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Knights of Pythias, muu trerr t-'rj-lav
night At liair.pa.tt seien, in Odd
Fellows' lfnll C K. Slack,
Clianrellor Commander.
JmMmk. Indeisindent Order of Odil'M
Sl.Df lows, im-ei ertry ibursday nhilil
"WM St bslr-psst seven. I" their hall on
Coinintrclul avenue, between "lath ami .Seventh
ilretts Jul it II Uumman, N, O,
CIA I Ho KNCAMI'-SIKNT, I O. O. r'., meeta
in Odil-llowV Mall nn the first ami third
Inesdul In eiej-y liionlli, at bulf-past Mm.
C Iv 8I.AI K, I'. I1,
CAIItO 1.0001.. NO.J7,A.K. A A. M.
Itw now resiilitr rsimrimniciitioii lu Ma-
some Hall, corner Lomimrrlul avenue
mi'l Klirhlfl htrrel. on Hip second ami
ninth ilouJsr otw.h rnuntti.
t'rcnh Nupply.
.Mr. I'. Fitzgerald haejut rnnelvcd and
has on hale at hli sales room, a largo stock
'if English ale, porter, Hennessy brandy
intl wine, and lienors of all kind,, which
iii- will illtpo'o nl' at reasonable prices.
Dr. Seth Arnold' Cough Killer tho
qreat eradlcitor lor n'J luni dlca-cs a su
perior remedy to nil other medicines ct
dl.coveted, In sovcro cases, II Is a sure,
iUlsk, and perfectly safe remedy Inr
toughs, eoldf, .oro thrust, wboiiplngi-ou;h
jroup, und all diseases of tin- thiuat and
lungs. It.-:ll price, f.'iaiiilcOcctiUundil.
Any bottle But does not give relict liny bo
returned, and the money Mill It refunded.
Mr. Sith Arnold's inrrli.i-.i llnNsin, 'jrmtjd
.7) cent. Keincniber It Is warranted. Ar
nold's llll lutM Mandrake Tills opi-niting
without slckncs and pain, Compourdcd
by Dr. Scth Arnold's Medical Corpora l im,
Wnonorket, It. 1. "old by I'aul ll..Yhnh,
ilruvlft, Cairo, III. .Vj-IC.Vlti.
l.iillrV tiiriiUliluir More.
A ladled1 furnishing store hab( en opt bed
in tho 'I'Ju Mti o building, and Mocked with
. full line nfevcrythlng pertaining to ladles'
mar ready-mads ilrr'es, underwear,
i t.-., all of thi) latt styles mid will be .old
at lower llgure than tier before, offered In
Cairo, Ther goods were, puiehsscd In
New York, ure of the bot material, and
ill lie sold Very ressunablc. Al-n Mil !
iitv goods ol all kinds. oG !.-Ini.
Krrr Here Yrnr.
physiologists say, the human body I en
tirely changed and renewed. Ewry mo
ment ot uor liver, crcry put of our bodies
1 wearing cut and I, being built up ancx
of freh msttcr. This work is accomplished
by the blood which goes through nvcry
part. Hut If the blood li2couie weak or
xllhted. and don uot porform itj nor I;
properly, tho system I actually pol-ouel
uy tnc worn-out nutter cioibi; th llil
organ loteaJ of lealic the bod). Kor
l)!pepOa, biliounei, kidney, Vln anil
liver trjnMci. Iicr, and all dU':tu arl
ing Irotu itlaled blood, l)i:. Walkkis'i)
("At.iroli.M a Visur, m lin rKKH arn a or
erel,jn remsdy. 5ll-d&wliv.
5itlc Lumber.
Having aaln cMahlirhcd inytclf in tho
Lumber bu lnomi, at th Wall .t I'M .Mill,
I am prepared to 'ell lumber of all l.lml,
ltth and aldLirlci at uho'.cale and retail,
und to oiler ex ra intlnceiurnt4 at nil time-,
KUiran eelu tbo liet poible price.
40i-r.-ll.Iiu. .). . .MfCiAIIEV.
Twu-llurar Viikoi Vr nnlr.
A new wa(,'on lor ale at a bargain. Ap
ply at the lit'Li.KTiN countlnK-rooiL. tf.
Nllll ill llic field.
Jlr. Mill It. .Saup wlfkes to announce to
hi. Irnd and tho public penerally, that
he bai lately Ulted up, In excellent style,
Ilia commodious nud comfortable p irlnr on
WaktilnKtou avenue, near Kluhth street, for
the i nttrtaluinent of lhno ot our cltleu
anJ the reitof mankind who Indulge In
Ice eriam, oda water, roufectlotierie, Ac.,
and ttiat lio l prejnred to tuinish to citi
zens of Cairo, it home or at liN parlor,
anythliiB in hl line. I'hil. ii well known
to our citizen, and as Id rooms are very
pleaantly fltled tip, and as lie can always
be fouud at hi post, day or night, to look
ftrthe wclfaro of his customers-, we be
pnk for film that custom which hit enter
prltc merits, ills Ice cream und lemonade
aro dellrloua, hU loJa water ii not equalled
by any In tho city, and a lar ai conlection
erle aro concerned, It cannot lio denied
that hit sto-k is always the best In the city.
Vornl mill Iimlriiincntnl .stiili-.
Mrs. Monsarrat w ill rc-siuuu teacliiug
on the 20th Inst. All dolrltig a classical
education In piano music will commence
as early us po-slble. Vocal instruction,
according to tho ohl Italian master-,
thoroughly taught; also, harmony and
thorough I Hi". UhiNsoin iIIegglo.
I'lHimiinil orvHu Tiiulntj.
Jlr. M. Kuhno dedrei ti to nay that he is
ready to receivo order for I'l-ino nud Or.
an tuulnir, ami repairing muilc.it lustnr
mcnts. Order may bo lolt at the corner ot
Thirteenth and Waltmt strcctn, or 1'. U
Itoi 01, and will receive- prompt attention.
UonuilKcr !tcr.
Landlords ot hotels and boarding houes
will llndlt ! their ailvutitago tocall upon
Jlrs. Colemau, Laundren1. No 12 Kourllt
utreet, between Vhlnstou and Comracr
clal nvviiues. Hotel and Iioardltig-houie
w:i.hli!t,7.'icetitsperdoen. I'ot plceework
nrlces aro r tollows : ShiKlo shltt and col
Inr, 10c; per do.cn SCc; sock Sc; two
lars, lie; two handkerchiefs, .V-; rets
and all gentlemen'- wear, eVie.
dorin. Ladies' drcso, to
skirts PI to 20e; drawnrs 111 to I5c;
t.alr Iipkc Cc: two collar ft to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes t (JO psr docn; lor In
dlna thitf elothte. 1 2A por dozen; doue
drompily, and piouipllv dcllveird
trnnnse Holieltcd.
A rani.
1 hereby notify alt musician who iduitl
be employed by Mr, Kd. Wlttlg, to have
their money secured In advance. 1 glvn
tills notice bcciuiHu 1 ib uot with nny nm
jiclan to bo beat out ol his Just dues, as
I lnvo been. .My sin and mysoll havo
plavod for him two weeks and three days
He has only paid tno a p.irt f my dues, and
lini nut paid my suu ouo cent. I coti'iucr
him tho lcaderof tho band nud respontlblo
to me for ray toonoy. I have played w ith
Mr. Elsenburg, who Is leader ot a band, and
he bis hIa-ut tiald me and my ion
promptly, I pay my debt, not like rome,
wbo do not Intend to. l'fior. vioebil
SA'J UItDAY, JUNK .", 1870.
Lnrnl VTiather Report.
Caibo,'.I!.l., June 4, Ii75
Time. IIaii. Tut.
7b tn. 30.1S1 70"
11 " JO.OVi H
pm. SO.O") XT
Wl.xu. Vl I WtATnaa
K. I.
1 Fair.
1 Knlr.
THOMAS .lONKS, HerKt. fi. ti.,V. S. A.
Wtint It to be nonr T
U'lmt Is to be done In reguril to the Ini
provetnciit of St. Mnry'8 I'nrk, Hnownfc
Itntlrix the niliulol llin iwoplc.
.ludu linker, after the conclusion of
thetrlnlof tlit; Hnv. .fiicob llwdley, yen
tcrilny morning, adjourned tho Circuit
Court tuilll I) (clock Monday morning.
ftiirX Hay clock envelopes at the llt'i.
i.m iv olllce, $3 2.1 per M.
Tlir Itcrejilliitl l.lot lUeillnu.
Tho leeeptlon Iveti ly llie niplls of
tho lilh school. In the IiIkIi school liulld
lug, l.ist cvciiiii, wu-iu very pleimnt nf
f;ilr. mid wiw i'iiJoNi!il lay every one
IVn lit eil.
A man lo tiiuva-s for .site of llnuo
otvln iimelilncs. Apply to I). K. lien
nett,i'ornijroi' Couiineruinl iiveuue :iimI
.Vintlt Arc u B-l-lt.
Kililbllloti nml I'lrnlr.
Pioli-sor Apiel, ol llieOeriivui-Aiiicr-Icin
school, on rourleenlli street, will.
In a day or two, Im-uo Invitations to aniiin
ler of the people of thh city, for an exhi
bition and picnic to be given by his pu
pil1, at the m:1iooIIiou;. on the :WUIi il:y
of till' muntli.
I lolling 1'nrl.v
A niiiiili.-i-nl the lover-i ol out door
sport, ol this city, propo.'o taking a day's
fun at the lake in Kentucky. Nel'on'a
(launch little sail boat lias been secured
tocomey the party acroi- the river.
They will start bright and early (his
morning, and return to the i lly to-night.
YViiililiixtiiii Awnuc.
Now that the workmen lnne com
menced worh'on Washington avenue,
renovating the street, the people ot Cairo
will soon have an opportunity to judge
for thent'elve as to the quality of the la
bor which, in the opinion of the IJi i.i.k
ti.w is very good.
4mmI t:irN.
Tim prle for good conduct in Mis Ait
brey'i, room, wa-, lor sometime In doubt.
Mnud I.oillu and Gi'rtrudc Olicrly had
each an iqual number of merit cards.
Therefore, the two little girls had to draw
lots, and Gertrude, a" luckier not a let
ter girl than Maud, got the prize ; hut
ns they wcru both eipwl, and both deserv
ing, Miss Aubrey gavetoirA u prize.
tXX Wood stock euveloiK'-i at the
IK-LLKriN- olllce. $:i 00 per M.
The I'olorc.l Udil IVIIou.
The colored Odd Fellow, 61 thU city
are making aiT.mgenieuti lor nn excur
sion to Pnducnh. They will leave Cairo
on the evening of the twenty-second, and
will remain in I'aducah over the twenty
third, and participate In the installation
of oHIecrs of the I'.idueali Lodge. The
member. Of the order of this citj, who
number belwiru tlllcen and twenty, are
looking forward to a very pltaant time.
Two Irishmen, who had taken too
much tangle-foot, had a pitched battle at
tho corner of Eleventh street and Wash
ington avenue, yesterday, und kept it up
until Walnut was reached, when they
came to the conclusion that they were
both too drunk to attempt to fettle the
matter then, and fixed it so that they
ould come to an understanding when
thoeilVets of the whisky had died out.
Den it l'Arcei.
Health Oftker Hrown tells us that he
ye-terday morning paid a vMt to the
Mississippi lovee, and found deposited
there no less than eleven dead cows which
had been skinned anil thown there. He
savs that the stencil arl-lng from them
was fearful, and that any person
who Is gulltv of committing nuisances
ol till, kind in that neighborhood alter
IhU ditto, will bo taken up and lined .
The trial ot that persecuted and much
iibusetl being, the Kuv. Jacob IJradley,
who wa.s charged with taking trom the
Held of another person corn to tho value
of tweiity-llvo eonts, came to an end yes
terday morning. Tho Jury, wc nre In
formed, returned a verdict ol guilty, and
the reverend gentleman was sentenced to
ccrvc a term of imprisonment in the
county jail. Ills counael asked tor a new
I'nliicky Hoars.
The idlu boys oi this city, both black
and white, nre now amusing Uiouiselves
at catching dogs, and delivering them to
tho keper of tho dog pound, on Ohio
Levee. Chief of I'ollco Williams pays
twenty-live cents for each and every ca
nine, bo he bull, hound, spaniel or poodle,
that Is brought to the pen, that has not
got tho proper marks upon hhn, and tho
hoys are having plenty of fun, and nt this
same time get well paid for It.
Just Olio Word.
Wo wish to inaku uu explanation. As
a toko iinon our friend, Stocklleth, Mr.
Ilueliier, of tho PJantcrs' House, put Ills
name upon the register as of Now York.
Our reporter happened In and copied the
name and published It ; but the fact Is,
no Stocklleth, either of New York or of
Cairo, registered nt the Planters'. Tho
matter was ouo of HuefiierV jokes, nud
the young man who reports for us one
of the young men who unfortunately
have not learned tho ways of tho world
copied the register. He had, of course,
no Intention to do Mr. Stockfleth any
wrong, and regrets that his credulity led
hlra into the mistake ho made.
THI XIOX 10X001.
EKrelav of thr OrAitnatlnv t'lnaa
The room ot the High School was
crowded yeiterday by lnJles and jpintlc
incn to witness the exorcises of I he Omd
Hating Class of 1875. In No. 5 : Win. 11.
Smith, son ot Dr. W. It. .Smith; Jessie F.
nud Agnes J. l'hlllls. daughters of Mr.
John II. l'hlllls; Miss Mollle Itlley,
daughter of Capt. Itlley, and John
II. Wood, son of i;x-Mnyor
John Wood. The class was small, and
the exercises short, but tho Interest of
the friends of the pupils crowded tbo
house with n very attentive and apprecia
tive nudlcncc.
In the order of the exercises music and
prayer flrxt, and then an original oration
on "I.lfo" by William Itowan. Smith ex
cellently well written and made with great
elf.po.ess!onand skill. It was a composi
tion and performance that reflected grrnt
credit on the young orator.
Miss Jessie Kreemont l'hlllls read nn
essay "Half a Tact ; the Hest a Dream,"
which vn evecllent In matter, and was
finely read.
Ml'ss Millie IMltlt Wloy'i essay, "The
Present Age," was read well, and lis
tened to with lunch Interest by the audi
ence. It was a very meritorious conipo.
MWs Agnes Josephine l'hlllls mad an
essay on "The Law of Nature," inter
esting in Its nutter anil hi sryleexiidlent.
ft was read finely.
lolin Jlcnrv wood - oration was on
Memorials;" and wa- leally a produc
tlou ol which he may Ik proud. It was
declaimed with great spirit, nud was np
predated by hi- li-tciilng friends and ae
At tho conclusion of the literary exer
cises, Mr. George Fisher, who had exam
ined the class pronounced It prollelent
In all the studies of the .-chool ; and each
of lbs members worth v of the honor about
to lie conferred upon him or her.
Then ."Samuel P. Wheeler, Ksip, in a
very appropriate address, awarded the
diploma. Mr. Wheeler held clo'ely the,
attention of Ids hearer.s. We will pub
lish u address at length to-morrow.
Mr. William 11. Mortis was then Intro
duced nud spoke for probably twenty
minutes, eloquently and forcibly in eu
logy of our common bchool system. His
address va received with marked nun
fcstatlons of approval.
Alter the audience had lNtencd to a
brief sioecli made by Mr. Oberly. and a
most cxi'tilslto song by.Mrs. John M.
Laiwdcn, there was a surprise. Master
Geo. Clark appeared upon the platform,
holding in bis h.iud :i beautiful silver
(lower va-e and said :
Mrs. Alvord Kind ami Kstcemed
Teacher: To me iias been accorded the
honor of presenting this gilt to you. as a
token of the resiiect and gratitude which
most undoubtedly we the scholars of the
"High School," owe yon.
Vou who always guarded us with n ma
ternal care. You who alivnv manifested
that friend-hip with which" it N neces
sary for a teacher to gain the esteem and
respect of her pupils, now leases those
whom .-lie taught to climb the steep lad
der of knowledge full of sorrow and re
gret. Hut ere you leave in we have resolved
to present you with this gift.
And may the scholastic years of Tt-B
ever remain fresh In meium-itD' ;iu..i
Mrs. Alvord, surprised, received the
gift, and alter uu attempt to formally re
turn thanks, made the best siieeeh po?s!.
b'.eby saying: "I thank yon, pupil, and
must let my embarrassment nud silence
tell you how grateful 1 am."
Then there was the benediction by lies'.
Mr. Wallar nud the audience dispersed.
A Cruel Wrelrli.
A little colored girl was passing by one
of the slaughter houses on the Missis
sippi levee, yesterday morning, when
Jack Hamilton, a colored man, said to
her: "Come here." "I wont," she re
plied, when Jach ordered his dog to bite
her. The girl ran, nud tho dog coming
up with a little colored lad, named Dan.
lluekner, about ten years old, began to
eat him. Before he had finished his
meal, but not before lie had lacerated the
limbs anil body ot the boy in u shocking
manner, the bruto was driven oft. Ham
ilton was arrested and taken before Esi.
Itlrd, and lined $3 and costs. This Hue
was Imposed for permitting hl.s dog to
run without a muzzle, but other "law
doings" await him.
Null-Idc lj Itrou iiIiik.
Yesterday, about 12 o'clock, it man
named James II. Mor-e, Jumped from
Phillips' wharf-boat Into the Ohio river
and was drowned. From papers left by
him, it Is rendered very certain that he
committed suicide. One letter,
was nddrcssed to "Whoever
Shall Find This." in which
he gave his name, nud said he had two
brothers, otic living hi Cincinnati and
tho other near that city. He requested
that a letter enclosed, and directed to hU
brother, at Cincinnati, should not be in
terfercd with but be forwarded to its
address. In a pass book was a lot of tin
Important papers und some railroad
passes, several poems clipped from news
papers, ono of which was called "Flat
Broke." Before he committed the act, ho
took oil ids coat ami hut, which hu throw
down on the boat. The poem "Flat
Broke" suggests the cause of the act.
The ride l tlm C.rrnt Writ.
The Wilson Shuttle Sewing Machine i
extremely simple In its construction,
elaborately finished in its design and or
namenting, combining great capacity and
adaptation to every variety of family
sewing and manufacturing. It embrace
all tho Important und essential elements
embodied In sewing machines patented
within tho past twenty-llvj yeai, to
gether with tho late Important improve
ments and patents nt eminent mechanical
experts and Inventors in the employ of
tlm Wilson Company. Tho West has
reason to bo proud of the Wilson ma
chine. Machines will bo delivered at any
railroad station In the country, free of
transportation charges, If ordered
through tho Company's Brunch House,
nt No. 010 N. Fourth street, St. Louis, Mo,
They scud an elegant cataloguo and
chromo circular free on application. This
Company wants a few tnoro agents.
"Citliea" After fe
Editor Bulikiin Dtnr Sir, I notice
In the Sui of the 3rd, nn article head
ed "The Itnllroad Ordlniince,"and would
like to inquire on what grounds the Sun
basen Its opinion, that this ordinance
ought not to be adopted." I think the
railroads have been allowed great privi
leges In being permitted to inn their
tracks through the city ; and have the
citizens no rights which those corpora
tions should respect hi return for the
privilege? Is the safety or cumfbit o! the
citizens who havo occasion to use the
thoroughfares through which these roads
run, on horse or on foot, of no moment?
We have, I think, allowed these railroads
the right ot way through
our streets on certain conditions
conditions looking to the safety and com
fort of the citizens. Have these condi
tions been fulfilled on tho part of the
railroads? I believe not. Look at the
condition of tho etrects Commercial
uvcnuo and Levee to-day. The rails nn
both are several Inches alxive the grade
of the streets, and It Is Impossible for
teams to cro? except nt certain points.
.Should this be so? It eenis to
mc that It Is not only proK-r and right,
that the city, having the kwit, should
compel these railroads to tlx their tracks
In such a manner that the-e streets will
Imi as paswiblo as any other In the city
l. the .S'kii subsidized In the interests of
the railroads, that it forgets the Interests
of tho city and opposes an ordinance that
should'havo been passed by the council
and cnl'iieed long ago?
Your.-, truly,
Hull of Honor.
The following' is the roll of honor ot
the scholars In Miss Aubrey's room, of
tho Thirteenth street school, tor the l.it
week of the Spring term :
Gussle Taylor.
Addle Antrim.
Mary Battgh.
Maud I.oillu,
Gertrude OIcrly,
Majcnta nicher-ou,
Louis Ayer.-.
Minnie ltudolT.
Ito-a Halm,
Maggie Boyle,
Harry Kinsley,
Belle ('roflln,
Katie Bigg-,
Mantle Parker.
Annie WINou.
Itlnnie Pace.
Yiola Antrim.
Itobert Staplcton,
Willie Perry,
Gertrude Abel.
Olo Boswell,
Net tic Cherry.
Amanda Fields,
Ida Armstrong.
The i'lly Cnunrll IVIItlonrd
duel- the Niiiiie.
lit Kr.
The following petition was presented
to tlie City Council at Its last meeting, and
referred to the committee on finance.
Tii the Hon. Muybruivl City Council of llieclty
Gi:xti.k.mk.: The under.-Igued, your
petitioners, respectfully represent to your
honorable body that they feel that the
sum two hundred dollars per annum, as
charged under the present city ordi
nances for a license for a liquor saloon, Is
mi enormous and outrageous tax, and ask
that your honorable body reduce the
same to the original amount ot one hun
dred dollars per annum, or seventy-live
dollars for six months or fractional part
thereof, iK-Uevlng that the buiuu would lie
a full. Just, nnd proper tax or charge
therefor, nnd your petitioners, as in duly
boiinil. w 11 ever nr.iv. vc . .e
M. Stocklleth.
Win. Klnge,
Henry Brelhan.
Dan. Hartmaii,
C. I). Arter,
I.ouU Blatteau.
Paul G. Schuh,
S. S. Foster,
Edmund Hitcfuer,
Leo Kleb,
Henry EichholV,
II. WaliLsclunldt,
Jewctt Wilcox&Co, John Howley,
Isaac Waldcr,
T. Korsiueyer,
Win. Alba,
L. II. Meyers.
T. Klein,
Peter Nell.
T. J. Klrth.
John Clancy,
M. W. Parker,
It. Smith & Co..
A. Swoboda,
Michael Mahouny,
C. W. Henderson.
Win. Ludwlg,
Cha. Weber,
John Smith,
M. A. Walder,
F. Teichinan,
John Gate.,
John P. Hely,
A. J. Carle,
C. Orth,
P. Fitzgerald.
John MeNuIty.
G. W. Ilenrlcks,
John Major,
James Carroll,
Harman Able,
F. Bross,
Charles Baker,
Louis Herbert,
Uliialdo Blouchl
W. French Axley,
Gus Helm,
J. II. Beecher.
J, Burger,
J. Morclock,
Thomas Wil-on,
Win. White,
N. L. Wlekwlre,
Win. Wetzel,
Phillip Helm,
Fcuchter & Schwaultr..
Fred. Baiir, of Padifah, was at
Planters' yesterday.
-F. O. Moore, ot Chicago, was at the
Planters.' yesterday.
-J. T. Kelrt, of .Metropolis, was at tnc
Delmonico yesterday.
-W. II. Peters, of Metropolis, was reg
istered at the Dchuoulco yesterday.
Jeff. Thomas, 0 New York, was at
tho Grand Central yeiterday.
J. C. Fleming, ol Cincinnati, was at
the St. Charles yesterday.
II. S. Friiuil, of Vlticenncs, Indiana,
was at the Grand Central yesterday.
W. F. Itccsc, of Louisville, Ken
tucky, was at tho St. Charles yesterday.
Win. I. Porter, of New Grand
Chain, was registered at tho Grant! Cen
tral yesterday.
Thomas J. Ullu, of Ash Hill, . Mis
souri, was registered at the Delmonico
Joseph Pry, of Memphis, Tennessee,
was regl-tered at the Grand Central yes
II. Daniels, a plnntei of Beauregard,
Mississippi, was at the St. Charles yes
terday, Edmund Brown and Thomas Glen
nan, of SI. LodU, were at tlm Planter.'.'
Col. W. D. Giver, oi Siuithlaiid,
Kentucky, who Is on a trip to California,
was at tlie St. Charles yesterday.
W. Debalt and O. E. Bennet, com
mercial gentlemen of St. Louis, were at
the St. Charles yesterday.
W. II. Frost, of New York, who is
on a pleasure trip through tlm West,
was registered at the St. Charles yester
day. Miss E. A. Hatcher, n daughter ol
tho.lI011.Hobt. A. Hatcher, 11 Missouri
congressman, who was on her way homo
from Ohio, where ahe hai been attend
ing school, was at the Plsnters' yester
day. Edward Pope, William McLean und
E. O. Morse, commercial travelers lor
St. Louis house-, were nt the St. Charles
Captain Peter Conrod, owner ol the
General Anderson, Bon Accord and
other towboats, of St. Loul, was at the
SI. Charles yesterday.
Captam George IE. Cannon, a well
known steamboat man, and Judge P. P.
Bailey, of Jackson, Mississippi, were at
the St. Charles yesterday.
Capt. P. S. Dusoiichct, n brother of
Capt. Ousouchct, of the steamer Itobt.
Mitchell, whose homo Is In New Orleans,
was at the St, Charles yesterday.
I. Farnbakcr, of the linn of I. Farn
baker & Son, clothiers ol this city, re
turned to Cairo a few days ago from
New York, where ho has liecn for sev
eral months past.
Port MM.
Steamer Jim FNk, I'aducah.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Itobt. Mitchell, New Orleans.
City Alton, St. Louis.
Tow boat Liberty No. 4, St. I.ouU.
Greyhound, Ohio.
Alex Swift, St. LouN.
Steamer Jim l-'lsk, Paducali.
Ornud Tower, Meiiiphi-.
liobt. Mitchell. Cincinnati.
City Alton, New Orleans.
Tow boat Liberty No. L Ohio river.
" Greyhound, South.
" Alex Swill, Ohio rive-.
Jim Fisk, Paducah; Vint fchinkle. City
of Chester, Thos. Shlrlock, Ste. Gen
evieve, from the South; Arlington nnd
Mium-ola, Irom Cincinnati; Belle Mem
phis, Hover, Faiinle Tntuin, Irom St.
mvKi! .ink wi:.n 111:11.
The river last wvenlng was 17 feet
I 4-."i Inches on the gauge, having fallen
1 1-j inches. The Ohio is rising at
Loul.-vUle. but Is stationary at Cincinnati
and falling elsewhere.
A heavy storm passed to the North
last evening and a wing of It pa.-ieil over
the city, raised the dust fearfully torn
while, hut a pleasant shower following
cooled the air and was very refreshing.
-The Glencoe hit New Orleans 011
Wednesday evening, bound fur St. Lou!-,
with a fair shirt of freight and people.
The City ot Alton cleared with her
guards touching the water, loaded
nicely, and having freight for all points
-The steamship Western Empire has
been aground 011 the bar in Pas-a-i'Ou-
tre for several days, detaining several
vessels Inward and outward bound.
The transfer steamer, J. S. Morgan,
built by the Howards for the C. & V.iind
C, A. rullroad, ut tin place, was
launched on Thursday evening.
The Thompson Oean left New Or
1..-. vrttnt-"Mj' crcnliuf r
cabin and 40 deck passengers and 11 fair
trip of freight for the Ohio river.
The tow-boat Bee, now due from
New Orleans, will on atrivalntSt. Louis,
lay up for u trip to have Capt. Farriss'
patent water lire liners placed In her fur
naces. The Grand Lake No. 2 will come
out In her place.
The Alex. Swllt had three barges
containing IS 10 tons iron ore for the
Ohio. One barge Is drawing five and a
half feet and the other two live feet, and
unless she meets a rise she will have to
lighten up to get to Louisville.
A beautiful model of a ''Newport"
sailing boat, made by Capt. Davis, of tho
dreijge-boat, was presented by the build
er to Major E. W. llalllday, evening
before last. The Newport boat Is pecu
liar lor the amount of canvass it carries,
the case with which it is managed by
even an unpracticed hand, ami the fact
that from Its peculiar shape it can hardly
be upset.
gillie I. Itf.1 (
low watkii,
10 I
l-l I
Id 11
HI. IaiuU
at 1
I'or Mnlc.
A stiver plated No. 1) Wllsou (shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (pluiio) tlnlsh, valued at
35. Will bo told at fJO discount, on food
terms, and ordered dlrectfrom the factory.
A No. 0 Wilson Miuttle Sowing Machine
valued at J7.. Will be sold at t?lPi diicouiit
and ordered direct from the lactnry.
A (S00 Itemlngton Sewing Machine-? J0
off for cash. Suitable fur tailor or boot and
shoo tminulucturcr.
At a bargain, aud on good terms, a Howe
So tviuj Machine. May be seen at tho Com
pany's olllce, corner Ninth street and Com
A now two-horso Uamble wai;ou.
For anv of the above articles, apply at
the HiM.lxriN olllce. E. A. Biiiinkit.
Owners of drays, water carls, wagons
or other vehicles, subject to llcen-e, will
tileaso call at oneo on the city clerk and
procure numbers to correspond with their
license, and those, not having license to
nrocuro them Immediately.
R-I-Ot, W. M. Williams, C. M.
dwTXX Amber aud White rag stock
envelopes at tlioBtrLLKTix olllce, printed,
S'J 00 and SI 00 per M.
ALL dead carcasses rumored .from the city,
. must I thrown tn the Mississippi rlu-r at
the rock pile, between 'I wenty-elgMU and Thirty,
fourlti atreewdn nccordanre with Ordluance No.
, Secllon S. ' W. HIIOWN, ilfalthOfflcer.
Nick Nurae.
Mrs. Honnard offer her sorvlnes as a lick
nurse. She Is experienced In all kinds of
nursing. Public patronage respectlully so
licited. Leave orders on Cedar ilreot, be
tween Twenty.! bird and Twenty-Fourth
streets, In the Porter House, or P. O. Box
2st. 6-R-Im.
Plpen Clnr Tobneco .
Fred Tclchtmn, at his cigar and tobarcs
tore on KUIilh street, has Just received a
Urge and complete assortment of pipes, etc.
and n largo stuck of the bent branrisol mo-
kltig and ctiowlng tobacco. F. T.'s stand
ard clar always nn hand, (live hlra a cill.
PILSENKIt at Louis Herbert's.
To Kent.
rent In Wilcox's lllock.
1 too ins
Notlrrlo Fruit Nultpor
ne 1, 1S7S. J
Caii:u, I !.'.., June
Commencing tomorrow June 2d nnd
continuing until further notice, the fruit
express train will leave Cairo at 0:30 a.m.
Lis. Joii.vh)N', General Agent.
Wlutrr'n Unllrry.
Open every day of the week.
One thousand bu-hcls of choice .Michi
gan pencil blow potatoes, (or sale nt
PuiKKii. Axi.r.v.t Wan'.
llore ClolhiiiK.
A full airorlmeiit of My -Net", Hor-u
divers and lllanketr, as well tie a lull supply
ol all other goods In our hue, at 10.", Com
lucrcia! avenue, next door to Theatre.
ia li-i.iw. L. I). AKIN .V Co.
r.i-tirslnii, I'lrulri, l:ic.
"1 lie good lu-.cnjjcr steamer, Bannock
City, e 111 be chartered fur excursion or
picnics at reasonable rate-. Apply to
(l-Mm Wji.keh.v- Nk I. Is.
Ill accordanu with the requirements' of
in order of the board of County Commit
"loners, notice 1? hereby given that I will
redeem county orders and jury certlll-e.ite-
on presentation. Intere-t will caesc
on the nib day of June, IST.'i.
Cll.ix. Cl'NNtMlllAM,
County Treasurer.
i.Mito. Im... May 2", ISio,
I.uurli I I.uueli t
l'he bilges, lunch ever set In Cairo, will
be spread every morning at the Planters'
House. Wiener beer Is the groat attrac
tion. It pays to visit the Plsnters' House
and try a drink of tbl', the llncstbecr ever
offered in this city. 4IO-5-t:i-:iv.
Go to Wilcox's for strawberries.
Nullrr or Re-iunvnl.
The well-known barber hop, comer
Kiglith and Cjinmercinl, presided ovjr by
'.he popular artist, George Steliihotise, has
removed one door north nn Commercial, In
.he Grand Central Hotel. The new chop Is
argo and commodious, nnd those wishing
for anything artistic in tho wuy of fashion-
s'jle hair cutting, smooth Mtaves, etc., will
lo well to call at the Gtand Central Barber
t'aop. 71-3-13-tf.
lleUured ltlltc.
We will take, at the St. Charles Hotel
dm in too summer month,, M day boarders
at per mouth, oniiso i.n-.i,.rj tvlilici.
pleasint rooms on the upper floor, at $.10
per month. At this extremely low rate,
none but promptly paying boarders will be
accepted. Jkwbtt Wilcox&Co.,
M-l-Sd-lm. I'roprleto .
t'tiiitiKC ofTluic.
On and after Mond iy .May .11t, athrnugh
passenger train on this road will Icuie from
the corner of Commercial aveuuo and Sec
ond street, (uenr the St. Charles Hotel,) at
10:15 a. in , stopping nt the platlonn oi the
Freight House, foot of Fourth strct, to
take on passengers, and wliero tickets lor
St. I.ouls and all Intermediate points can be
obialued. John Foot, tir,
."iSO-dhv. A'.'ent.
Old I'ench lllowv.
It.. I. Cuudltthas just received from Itoch
ester, New York, 600 bushels choice large
peach blow potatoes, selected for seed and
for family use, which he oilers for sale at
his grocery, north side of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial i-ml Washington ave
nues. B-'JT-tiN
Tlm Old Hellnble.
I hereby announce to the public that I
am belter prepared tuaa ever to accommo
date my patronn at the Central Hotel, on
Sixth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues. I have taken a purt
ncrin tho hotel business, Mrs. Applenun,
who has had canslderablj expcrlcucn in
that line, and will not fall tj make (,'iicsts
feel at home. Tiio table will always be
supplied with tbo best tbo mirkut atlords,
served up in the most p.datahle manner.
Hoard and lodging per week, 4 M ; single
meals, 2,'n!, to ho bad Ht all hours. I huvc
aho luconuectiou with my hotel, a rirst
class barbo; shop, and am prepared to give
customer a good slnv, lialr-cut, shampoo.
lug, etc. t will run three chairs, and have
employed tousorlal aitl-ls who iiiidcr-taud
their liusluoss, Sluilng, to eonts; sliuin.
poolug, "U cents ; and h dr cutting, W cents.
Give inu a call. 1'itOK. P. Uokiiki..
. Muse Mnllai of Kyrry llcNerlptloii
I'liiuu linker.,'.
Krauk Kratky, of the Union Bakery,
Commeivlal avenue, betwecu Fourth ami
Sixth ktrcots, has re-opened his bakery, and
is now prepared to deliver Bread and Cakes
of the host quality, anywhere lu the city or
country, in Mich quantities as bis custom
ers may desire, l'rlcs will be made en
tirely with I'cfer.'nce to the present hud
times; In other words, cheaper than the
cheapest. Send la your orders,
lUKi ttO-ll.
Ob8taclosto Marriage.
Happy relief for young men h.in tbo ef.
leets of error) and abuses in early 'Iff.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage rcinovod. New method ol treatment.
New aud reuiarkuhlo remedies. Books
and circulars sent Ireo, In sealed envelopes,
N. Mntb street, Philadelphia, Pa. inlnsti
tut Ion having a high reputation for honor
al le conduct and piotesslonal skill.
Corrected pTjt- M. Stores, oomml(ou
merchant, Secretary of the Cairo Hoard ot
Flour, aeordIns to grade...,
Com, mixed, sacked
Corn, white, sacked.......
Oat, mixed. , ........
Ilran, per ton
Meal, steam dried........
Jtuttcr, tholr Northern....-.,
llutter.cholee Southern 111,..
-K(r. tTilo.en ...... .
ti ooa: ao
... ftl'C
1 wvat co
11 IV
IHi 0l
tn (si
Chickens, per dozen
Turkeya, r dozen
l otatoea, ; barret
Onions, iper barrel
I'lrpUnt ....
Apni-u-loz ..v..
StrawleirlSr crate .
a, o. xnnui,
lulletis Baildin, Corner Twelfth Street
and Waahlacten Avaaoa,
Olxof THInoli.
tCoantT and Kallroad Work a apeclaltr.
Soaled Proposals
WIt.t.tx received at my office until Tuesday,
.Iutm sih, IS7C, foe removing alt slops mJ
garbage from the dllTereni residences and hotel,, icr
the months of June, July, Aegutt, September ar il
October The removal, to Le. made tlx times p. r
wek during the Tint tbr mentioned moMl, Kn
times per week during ftepteriibcr and Jwice fr
week during October the place of deposit not ex
ceeding one mile from city limits.
VM. ritl'.NUI A.M.KY, City fletk.
.luneCd, is; 5.
Meeting of the Stockholders
or inr.
Cairo & St. Loula Railroad Company.
I3inil.il. notice Is hereby gitcn that there wilt
.1. Ik: held u mccthiK or the stocMiolilera of the
Cairo A bt IjiiiIs Knlltoud (,'ompuny, at the
slitlloii house of said roinpany, In the city nl
y:st M. Louis. In Iheeountrof .St. Clair and
Muli- nf Illinois, on
.SI outlay llic 3Hlli liny of Jane, A. II.
at the hours ofelet en o'clock a. m., furthcpni'
pose of then mid there elrctinR-liy said sbx-k-liohlers
svtrn ilin'Ctnrs for said cminany lor tin.-cu-uliiK
jear, and then aud there transaetintc
such other business uppeiUlnlnK to -aid com
puny ns slutll come bemir said meeting
A full ullcndnucc of nil the stockluiMers In
snM cuinpany Is requested and much desired
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