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ASUU.OX I.UIlUI., NO, 51.
Knights of Pythias, metis overy,
fjJJ day nfkhl at hiilf-psst serwt, in Odd
W lVllows' Hall. (J K.
r t.'hsniwlur (imrouti'lrf.
AI.KXANDKR LODUB, XO. !H4.
Independent onler of Odd-Kel-lows,
inu every Ihtifdy nlKlit
it lmlr-iiiiai nettn. In I lie r null un
Cflimnercbil avenue, olvrren nlxtli ami btvcnth
(ttota II tiosSMAN, N. O.
C1AIUO K.N (JAM I'M KNT, I O. O. T,. meets
In odd-fellows' Hull on the first awl tblrd
I'u.t.lAt In attrr inuutli, at listf-nast seven.
C K Alack, C. I
A C.llltOl.OllUK. NO. U7, A. F. A A. M.
-TW' Hnld intular coiiiinunlrutlana lu Ma
sonic IUII, comer Cnuimuirlul avenue
' 'and Klghtii utitet, ou the second anil
vtittti Muhdsr of (Mil inonUi .
Mr. 1. Fltgerald hasjust recclvrd uiitl
!mi un sale at hit sales room u lar-o stock
if English ale, porter, Hennery brandy
iud wlon, mill liquor of all Mini, which
e will dispose of at reasonable prlcos.
Dr. Seth AriiuM'a Coiuli Killer the
groat rradlcator tor all lung diseases a su
perior remedy tit all other medicines yet
discovered, In sovero cstos. HI a uiu,
quick, ami perfectly tafe tcinody lor
rough', cold, sure thrust, whooping cough
jroup, and all dl'eatc of the throst anil
lungs . Ilclsll prlco, M and Ml cciiti and ?1.
Any bottle tint does not fclvo relief may ho
returned, kt.il thu money will he reriindcd.
Dr. Beth Arnold's Dlarrhna Dalstm Wand
W cents. Hemomher It In warranted. Ar
nnld'allil loin .Mandrake Villi, operating
without sickness and piin. Compounded
hy l)r, Ketb Arnold's Medical (,'orpurati hi,
tVnntnockrt, It. I. "Sold by Paul ti.Schub,
drtiiciit, Cairo. 111. .'.Vl-IS-Sni.
l.nrllrV rnritUlilwr More.
A ladlcs'fiirnlshlng store h;tcen opened
In Iho Theatre building, ntid .forked with
lull llneofcvertblng pertaining ladlc'
wear resily-rusdi drrMCs, underwear,
ate. all of the latest etylt. and will ho told
at lower figures than ever before oilercd In
Cairo. These goods were purchased Jn
New York, are of the beat material, and
will he lold very reasonable. Alto MIPI
ry goods of all kind". 3(f-4-TO-1ni.
Woller I. mutter.
Having again established myre'.f in the
Lumber bti'lncti, at tho Wall k Ent MM,
t am prepared to tell lumber of all klnd,
tb and fhlDglt at wholesale and retail,
and to oiler c.v ra inducements At all limes,
guarau'teln the loMct po-iblo prices
VU-VlMui. .1. McjUahev.
Tnii-Iliirif Wokoii t'nr Mnl.
A new waffon lor aln nt a bargain, Ap.
ly at the Hcllktim rouutlnK-ronm. tf.
mm in iho rteiii.
lr. l'hll II. S.iup whlio t'i anuoUDi'e to
lilt Ir.'tnd and tho public Renca'ly, that
) lu Ulrly lilted up, In cxe' lleut etyle,
hli cnmmod(ou and comforttble'p triors on
vTaahloKtou avenue, near KIkIiUi ntreet,for
Die entrrtalnment of thou ol our clt!zcn
aud the rent of mitnVind who tudulgo In
lee crkarn, oda water, confectloncriea, Ac.
and that ho prepared to lurnlili to citl
tni of Cairo, it home or at Id parlor,
anything to bin line, l'lul. Ii well known
to our cltlrrnn, and a hi) raonn are very
pleasantly fitted up, ami h ran nlwayn
lr found at hi po.t, lUy or nl;ht, to Icok
after tho welfare of bin cuitouurs we be
apeak for hlai that cuntnrn which ht enter
prlfe inerln. Hl ico cream and lemonade
arc dellcloui, hit toda wnlir In not equalled
by any In the city, and a lar ai conlecllon
erica aru concerned, it cannot be defied
that hit atovk i alwaya thu hctl In the city.
Ef ry Heen Tran,
phyalologlnU iy, the human body U en
tirely changed and MncweJ. Kvery mo
mint ol our liver, every part of our bodies
la wearing out andl being built up anow
of frcnh matter. Thl work Ii accomplished
by the blood which goea through overy
part. Hut If the blood become weak or
vltlited, and doos not perform IW work
properly, the ayrtem i aetiully poisoned
by the worn-out matter clogging tho i Ital
orcani Instead of leavluz the body. Kor
dytpepola, bllmuauca, kidney, )kln and
llvor trouhlet, levers, and all dfaoanci aris
ing from vitiated blood, Dlt. Walker's
Oalifoh.ma Vineuaii HiTTBim are a ot
erelgu remedy. S-U-dAw-lw.
tlnn mill OrK"" TitnlUK.
Mr. )!. Kuhnc leklies tu to ray that ho U
ready to receive order for I'lano and Or
ran timing, und repairing mu!c.il lustra
ment. Order may bo loft at tho corner ol
Thirteenth and Walnut atrcets or P. O,
Hojc6t)0, and will roeelvo prompt altntlon,
tin nnd llpv.
Landlord ot hotels and boardiii); hniiscs
w 111 And it to their sdvaut.igo to call upon
Mrs. uuieman, j.iiiuircs, .in i. i-ourui
atreet. between Wathlngtun and Comuier-
etal avenue'. Hotel nnd hoardlng-houre
wa.khli)fr.7aconUncrdoicn. Pot piecework
prices aro a tollowi: Slnclo htrl and col
lar, 10c; par tlon 6P; aocki ftc, two col
lie; twj b3ndkerchlel, it.-, vcit UOc;
all gontlcmon'H wear, fiOc. per
doren. Ladies' drc'Cf, 2" to HOcj
.Vim in to Vie: drawer 10 to 15c: two
nalr lime fie.: two collars 5 to lCr. for la
dies' plain clothes ?t 00 ppr doren; for la-
dlea Ono clothes, ?1 2a per nozcn; uono
draraptly, and piomptlr nellvcrcd. i'a
I hereby notify all musician who shall
b employed by Mr. Kd. iitlK to uave
their mnnoy iccured In advnnro. I give
thla uotlce bcciuso I di not wl.li any mu
alclanto be beat out oi hU jvi't dues, as
I havo bcon. My tin and mynell have
played far him two wcoki and threo dayi
lie baa only paid rue a part of my dura, and
bn not paid my ion ono cent. I conUlcr
hint the leadurof the hand and responsible
to mo for my naonoy. I have played with
Mr, Elsenburg, who Is leader oi a band, and
he has klivays paid me and my nun
uroroptly. I pay my debts, tint tlku toini1
whu do not tnteud to. Prov, F, Uokuku
Iii acconlMio with tho reqitlrcnienU of
tt order of tho board of County CoinmU-
kloners, notlco Is hereby given that I will
redeem county orders and jury cettlll-
cates on presentation. Intercut win caoso
on the Gth day of Juoc, 1873.
Oaixo, Ii.t., May 27, 1870, M8-I0t
SUNDAY, JUNK 0, 1870.
I.omI Wmther Rtpnrl.
Ciiao,;iLL., June!, 1173.
Wl.tn. Vi I Wkirnak
llalnfall 2. VI IdcIim.
THOMAS .JO.NKS, Serict. S. S., I'. 3. A.
CliUf of 1'ollcu Willlnnn reporU tho
dog tjiiilncM t'Xtrcmt'ly dull ystcnlay.
i'U'viir U good, Solilltz Is good, but
Iiicvkut Is onu oftliu best beur kffji'r In
tlie country, and he kovps AMU.
The ko dcaltrs of thli city iiro about to
enter into u contest to decide who l able
to cell he nt thu lowct price!.
I'lic million the UlltioU Central rail
road, s hlch nrrlvca nt one o clock nnd
forty minute", did not ct here until liair-
pa't four yrt?rday nfiernooii. being
nearly three hours late.
A man to canvas for sale of Howo
(uwlng maoliinc.'i. Apply to H. I'. Itcn-
nctt, corner of Comiucrclal nvcuuc mid
Ninth Mm:!. C-l-ll.
The High School reception ou Friday
night win a very pleasant oflair. Hie
larenls of the pupil were, out in lore,
nnd Prof, and Mr. Alvord it'cdeveryex-
rtlon to make the eotnpany enjoy lt-
A liberal lew aril will be paid (or the
recovery of the body of .lohu II. Morse,
who 'ulclded, by throwing hlni'cll In,
the river from 1'hllllps' wharf-bout on
Friday, lib lnd. W. M. Wim.ih,
31. C.of P.
The ca'e of the City National Hank v.
Thomas Lewis In tlie Supremo Court,
was decided nt the present term against
cwh. There U n strange hUtory eon-
necti-il with this ca'e which we may puli
lls.li. In Town.
.Mr. W. Walker, who Ij connected with
the extensive clothing firm of A.
Samuels manufacturer ol and dealer in
men's, boy' and youths' clothing, cloth',
cassitnere. and tailor trimmings, nt -It!!
Main street, ft. Louis, U In the city .solic
iting orders for his e.-tablisbiueut. He Is
n clever, courteous and businesslike gen
Uev. W. V. FarrU will preach nt
the I'rcbyterlau cliurcli this morning
and evening, ut the usual hours.
Kellglous servlcM this inoruiug and
veiling as luual at the church of the
Kedi-cmer, condiutcil by Ksutor Gil
Dr. (tchh.irt. oi Metropolis, w ill de
liver :i lecture at the Liberal HellgiotH
ball on Siind iv evening. June 0th. The
Doctor Uiiurely sclentlllc, and will not
fill to Interest nil who uny hear htm.
The TCIUlK-fiurtilo Controvert.
A dlflleulty occurred tsoinutltnu ago be
tween Kd. wittlc ami r'. uocuie, in
which Goeble received Mine Injuryut the
hands of WIttig. To be revenged, Goe
ble published a card, In which he charged
that WIttig owed him money, was un
trustworthy and so forth. WIttig denies
that he owes the rrofe;cr anything, nnd
now demands that Gocble shall mention
the amount due. We don't hclievo any
thing h due, and that Jtho Professor's
notion has been prompted by anger.
WIttig will vindicate himself, and has
o I ready commenced legal proceeding to
Uutlur.s in Judge Uros' police court
was lively yesterday, and Is summed up
as follow :
John Talbot was arrested by Ollleer
La Hue because he was drunk. When
chanted with the crime beloro Ills. Honor
he plead guilty, as any penitent being
should, and was lined two dollars and
costs. lie went to tho look-up, not be
cause he didn't have the money to pay
his ilno, but for the reason that he didn't
care about encoding his hard earned
wealth for the sakn of keeping out of jail
Andruvv Saunders w.w noxt. Ho had
been arrested lor tho same misdemeanor,
and was lined two dollars and costs. He,
like Talbot, having plead guilty to the
charge, was sent to jail for two day, be
cause he wouldn't; pay.
The next on tho docket was tho trial
of tour dark-skinned Individuals, named
Walter Mathews, who has Jiut been lot
out of tho county Jail; James Woods",
Henry Thompson and William Lane,
who were nrrestod by Ollleors Shehan
and Sinister, for stealing Si Mfroin a ne
gro named Anderson, and $2 00 from an
other negro named 1M Fr.ucr, In Ued-
tord's saloon, on Friday night. A no
was entered as to Mathews, and alter tho
evidence In thocaso was heard, Moods
aud Thompson were discharged, Lane
being held to ball in tho sum of $200, to
answer tho charge at tho next term ot the
James Wood and Henry Thompson
were then tried for vagrancy and attempt
ing to pick tho pockets of n negro named
Majo Tumor. They weru adjudged
guilty by His Honor, who made them
"feel like they were shot" h lilting
them llly dollars and costs each. They
will board at tho lock-up and work on tho
street for twenty-six days each.
F.llas Coleman w as next, having been
nrrested by Officer Sheehan for disturb
ing tho puaco by violent and offensive
conduct aud threatening language The
defendant was found guilty aud lined flvo
dollars and costs, which ho paid and went
Woarr or tir."
Tho sulcldo of John II. Morse, of Cin
cinnati, at thts city, iWhv the outside
guard ot Phillips' wharf-boat, will bosad
news to his mother and brothers residing
In Cincinnati. No one here, save the
two colored mc'ri who" saw him Jump
overboard, mfollccts to liavil seen him In
the city. Ho came to tho outside guard
of thu boat Just alter noon aud asked
these colored men ,to take hm across the
river. They had no skin nnd told him
they could npt.d(po. wile then very de
liberately .took off. hi coat and hat and
laid them ou the. coal box under the
steps, and 'saylnn "Well, good-bye,
George,ft' sprang lar out into the
streath'and- never rose Tugaln. The two
negroes were horrified and shouted for
help. Jirlnglng rjulte a number of people
to the spot. But (hey were of no help.
Poor Mowe was already drowned.
' Cblef'of police Copt. Hilly Williams,
took charge of his coat und hat. In the
ppectJjO)fjtlivrt;i)?i 'were found a letter
fireclfa to l'lorurC. Morse, No. 8 J Pearl
strecf.'tluelnuaU, of which the follow
ing Is a copy :
"Caiko, Ills., dune 11, 1875.
To the Family Molher nnd Urothers
You must, forgive me. I don't trv or
labor under nuv aberration of the iiilml.
I lust do It bociiusu I am tired orilfe.
ou can look for my body as I shall leave
n tag on my person. Ulve mo as cheap a
burial us you cm. .iiy love to an, ami
ak your forgivnc". From .vourMon.
und to my brothers.
John II. Mmtsi:,
AT? Hopkins .street, Cincinnati."
"P. H. Keep It for a couple ofdays be
fore you show It, us I may Miow up.
In his pocket, also, wa.s an open note,
which read as follows :
"My name Is John H. Morse. I live nt
237 Hopkins street, below Itaymlller.
ANo have a brotherat Weatherby s store,
nt Fifth und Vine streets, and one at Hiif
tionV, l2 Pearl street.
John II. MonK.
I luve route clothes around on the
levee at Ilerbert'n saloon. Whoever gets
them can keep them, as they tire of little
ii he to me now. John II. Muiisk,
i':)7 Hopkins Mreet, Cincinnati."
dpt. Williams made inquiry at Her
bert's paloon, but no clothes had been
left there and no one recollects the young
man. He also wrote to Mr. Henry C.
Morse, enelolug the letter referred to
The colored men who saw the young
man, say that he was not under the Influ
ence of liquor, nor did he look a? though
he had been of dissipated habits, and the
cause of Ids desjwrate act is wrapped In
CSJ-X I lav ftoek envelopes at the IJtri.
uni.v olllce, S3 2.'i per M.
I will sell at public mIc at the auction
House ot I.. H. Myers, 1,000 cigars, 10
kegs of whisky, brandy, peach brandy,
cocktail bitters and one caddie tobacco.
Sain to commence Monday morning,
June 7th, at 10 o'clock.
A. H. Ikvin, Sheriff.
John T. Cox, of Little Hock, Arkan
sas, was at the Planters' yes'erday.
X. Nondcmorc, ol St. Look, was at
the Grand Central yesterday.
-Kd ward Hoffman, of St. Louis, was
at the Planters' yesterday.
S. F. Wyatt, of Kansas, was at the
W. L. Ward, of .Metropolis, was at
the Grand Central yesterday.
-Mrs. A. Parker, of Chicago, was
registered at tho Planters yesterday.
Kmll Gerlock, of Newark, icw
Jersey, was at the Planters yesterday.
T. S. Linn, otSpringvIUe, Ills., was
registered at the Planters' yesterday.
HenryS. Wallerge, or.Mcwlota, Illi
nois, was at the Grand Central yesterday.
-P. 11. Cutter, of New York, wis reg
istered at the St. Charles yesterday.
John W. Walker, of St. I.outi,
was registered at the St. Charles yester
day. George D. Richards, of Louisville,
Kentucky, was at the Grand Central yes
terday. Henry It. Woodson, ot Viucennes,
was registered at the St. Charles yester
T. J. Dreidon, of West Tennessee,
was nuartcred at tho Planters.' yester
C. W. Campbell, of Camargo, Illi
nois, was at the Grand Central yester
I). F. King, of Arlington, .Missouri,
was registered at the Planters' yester
Chas. E. Oral, the black walnut lum
ber dealer of Boston, has returned to the
W. P.. Bullet, a prominent citizen of
Paducah, was at tho St. Charles yester
F. M. Steluoldcr and lady, ot St,
Louis, wero registered yesterday at the
Henry W. Hand, a commission tner
chant of Cincinnati, was at tho St. Charles
Mr. M. Morton, of Greenville, Ken
tucky, was registered nt the Planters'
Manning Mayllcld, a prominent
banker of St. Louis, was quartered at the
St. Charles yesterday.
Mrs. M. TIckncr and daughters, of
St. Louis, arc tho guests of Mrs. Jewett
Wilcox, at tho St. Charles.
David Springer, an oxtenslvo planter
of Canton, Mississippi, was registered at
tho St. Charles yesterday.
Charles W. Rothchllds, an extensive
dealer In human hair, of Cincinnati, was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
John C. Kllllngsworth, connected
with tho dry goods firm' of Close & Cab-
bet, of St. Louis, was at the St, Clmtles
C. A. Deck, general superintendent
of tho Illinois Central Railroad Com
pany, whoso homo is in Centrtilla, was nt
the St. Charles yesterday.
Our young friend, Earnest I). Pet tit,
took passago on tho Idle wild last evening
for a short vlst to Paducah. Wo think his
Intentions are to visit two states Kou
tucky and Matrimony. Which one ho
will select wo cannot iy, but wish him
fa Iho Ulh fsjchooltirnduntlnit Class.
On Friday Afternoon, Jans 4th.
Youoh Udl and CientUmeu of the Class of '73 1
You havo finished the work nllottcd
you here, nnd soon will cross the divid
ing lino betwocn the theoretic nnd prac
tical. You are about to cross tho thresh
old of these academic halls, never to re
turn, ns students. The toll, the pleas
ures, the Joys nnd tho palm of school
life are behind, while the world, duty,
and reality arc all before you. My own ex
perience Is, In memory, fresh to-day, and
this enables me to enter Into your hopes,
to feel the swelling of your very hearts
with ambitious zeal, and to share your
fears. Coming from one who has occu
pied the place you do to-day, and gone
deep Into that which to you Is tho un
known, untried beyond, a few practical
suggestions will, I trust, be received by
yon In that spirit of kindness In which
they are spoken.
If you have been Indulging In visions
and fancies, It Is high tlnio to dispel
them. You are just entering upon an
Important contest. ThN great battle
Held Is stretched out liefon- you, nnd
fairly bristles with glittering bayonets.
lr you would win you must tight; nnd
here let mo say, you bad better die than
not to conquer. An early grave is better
far than a long life oi Ignominious- failure.
In this contest you will meet the tried
veteran, the mighty army In brigades
and divisions, those whom study and
preparation have made strong nnd pow
erful ; and you must strike heavy blows,
tor such you will receive. I Hak
not upon Information but lrom
actual experience, when I tell you the
contest is hot and terrible Indeed. I do
not wUh to alarm you, or throw across
your pathway a spectre or u shadow. I
wish to write upon your hearts nnd minds
the great cardinal truth that not one of
tho human family lives bv chance that
life Is real and earnest that the world I
not your debtor.
"In the sweat of thy face shall thou eat
bread, till thou return unto the ground.'
If you havo not already learned tholes.
son, 1 beg you to do so before you go
hence that there Is dignity and nobility In
labor. Your advantages only aliord you
opportunity. What point you will reach.
what height gain, depends upon your
selves. Everything of value is the repre
sentative of labor. Therefore mental or
physical labor Is your true destiny, unless
you would be jostled along with
the pauper throng in society
who-e lives arc blanks, and In whose
death there Is nolo-s. Are you ashamed
to toil? Arc you "ashamed of the tokens
and titles of honest labor, and envious of
the flaunting robes of Imbecile idleness
nnd vanity? It Is treason to nature
It is Impiety to heaven It is
breaking heaven's great ordinance.
Toil, I repeat toll either of the
brain, of the heart or of the hand Is the
only true manhood and womanhood, the
only true nobility.
Society la not n Uttlu nt fault for many
false notions and teachings In this re
spect. Within I'"'"' '"" ""'
rpsurnue ttieories, vain notions ami
Mrnicious Idea". Ignorant of the true
standard of manhood and womanhood,
tided with f.d-e pride, usually uneduca
ted, they teach that labor Is debasing, that
those who do labor owe an apology
to their fellow-men for so doing. The?e
arc the vultures of society. Should such
teachers of false doctrine seek to sow
ueh foul seed In your hearts, I beg you
will defend your manhood and woman
hood against all such attacks. It Is a
good thing to remember, that the man
or woman who does not esteem Jyott more
highly for your honest toil and labor, is
not worthy the name of friend.
I say, then, meet duty sternly, ileal
with it honestly, nnd whatsoever your
handsilnd to do, do it with your might.
Tho feudal ystem left ti heritage, under
which serfs labored, and gentlemen spent
their lives In lighting and feasting, but,
thanks to Christianity, thanks to the
common school, this opprobrium ol toil
U done away.
There Is one other proposition. M bile
you live, you must live by ngui or iy
fraud. Tliero Is no Intermediate ground.
If you add something to the world's
store-house; If you enrich her treasures,
you live by right. If you continually
take, aud return nothlnfr, you llvo by
fraud. You will, at llmcf, be weary.
Tlie pathway, winding up to tho portals
or knowledjjo nnd fame, will be steep
and rugged. You may toll on for years,
and-fall to catch a pllmp;cof her clois
tered goddess but still persevere.
'Faint sot, hsait of nun I thiuih yf ar wane tlow
There have teen thole, that from the deepest caret
,nd cell of nifjht and fsstneisti below
Thettormy dulling of the ocunwavet,
Ilown, farther down than cold net nu, nare
A quenchlsit hops, and .tlch'd ilteir lime ana
On the bright day, like wakenert frsm the ersvet I
Wo shall watch you with tender
anxiety. For you wo hope everything.
Your years spent here will bo n goitien
chain of memories to you. Keep It
bright. Iteeiir to them often. Your
teachers thoso who have led you along
to this time, have a claim upon your
nobler, better natures. I charge you, by
the purest affection you nave, that you
disappoint us not.
These certlilcatcs ornonor are awnrticu
you by the Doard of hUuentloii. 1011
havo won them by completing mo course
of study prescribed, and by having ex
hlblted upon examination a high degree
of proficiency therein. Hccelvo theni as u
certllleateofyour graduation here, and
as your passport Into that great work
shop, where society, the church and the
State demand your services.
And ns yon are tried In tho crucible of
the wolrd, may you bo rellne,U, like unto
pure gold, so that you may lead noble,
usofttl lives; and nt their cloo may you
each stand complete In the lovo of lllin
who will guide und sustain you In all
BSrXX Amber and White rug stock
envelopes at tho BuM.iitiN olllee, printed,
S3 60 and $4 00 per M.
avcHrtlons, Monies, r.to,
The good pavengn- stcuioor, ilinnoolc
City, can hi chattered for excursions or
picnics at reasonable rates, Apply to
C-2-lm WaLKCU Si Nkixih.
Tho partnership heretofore oxlstlng be
tween It. W. Miller and U. T. Parker, un
der the ;style of Mlllor k Parker, is
this day dissolved by mutitsl agreement,
11. It. Cunningham kavli.g purthaned the
Interest of It. W. Miller. The business will
ho carried on under the style of Parker &
Cunningham. All debts due tho late firm
will be paid to Parker A Cunningham, and
they will pay all dohls of the late firm to
thlsdtte. lt.1V. MlM.RH.
I). T. Parkck,
All persons within the corporate limits ot
tbo city of Cairo aro hereby requested and
notified to cleanse their promises ismldo of
live days from this date. A failure on the
part of any occupant or owner of any huuso
or lot to obey this notice, will bo arretted
end fined under tin ordinances of tho city.
Persons can deposit the rubbish In a pile ou
the streets during the term of this order
(being live day,) when It will bo removed
by tho city authorities
Further, on and after the Ulh of June, all
person ore notlllid not to laavc swill or
slops remaining upon their premlsoj, but
deposit the same every morning in n box,
kegorbarrl in front of his or her house,
whence It will bo removed every morning
("iliiday excepted) by the city garbage cart
Mayor City of Cairo.
Caiko, June th, 1STJ. O-ft-St.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
In the Post Olllee nt Cairo. Illinois. Satur
day, June r. 1873.
llryant Catherine, Barton Clara,
George. I ulla,
Howard Miss l',
McEbeiiny Mahala, Martin Sallie,
Itobhison Mary. Push Minerva,
Shatter Praiicl", Tlntbcrlaki! .Salllc,
Thornburg Louisa, Fray nor Mrs.
Wcllman Margaret, Wright P. C.,
Vouhlll .Mrs. W.
Andrews J. O.,
Adams J. C,
Fry J. W. C,
Hostetter, G. W
Harrison J. M.,
Korhley, C. A.
Phillips J. P.,
Sliuttz J. G.,
Smith E. C,
Talbot K. E,
Hevcrly C. S..
Ilradford J. J.,
Fox Geo. W
Godd;n A. It.
O'llrlcn W. J.,
Scott E. II.,
Williams Anderson, Wilson F. C,
Walsh Pat., Wilson Win.
Persons calling' for tho nbovo letters
will please say "Advertised."
Oko. W. McKkaio, P. M.
.Steamer Capitol City, St. Louis.
" City Chester, Memphis.
" Vint Shlukle, Memphis.
Tow-boat Kovcr, St. Louis.
Steamer Capitol City, Vleksburg.
" City Chester, St. Louis.
Vint Shlnkle. Cincinnati.
I'ow-boat Liberty, No. 4. South.
" Hover, Louisville.
Arkuias Belle, Evansville ; Thompson
Dean, Hen and barges, Jus. I). Parker,
Julta, Grand Tower, Stc. Genevieve, (to
morrow) flu m the South ; Susie Silver,
Future City, City of Helena, from St.
niVCK AND WIIATItnt.
Tho river last evening was 17 feet 0
Inches on tho gauge, having risen 1 1-5
Inches during tho previous 21 hours. No
rUo of any weight is reported anywhere,
although tho stormy weather has been
-Very heavy rains fell yei-tcrday morn
ing and last evening, and the prospect
last evening was good for n heavy storm
l.istnl"dit. According to the theory of
Professcr Tlcc, tho present weather will
last 8 or 10 days longer, and then In a
few days will commence the atmospheric
disturbances that will ho caused by the
equinox of Venus, which occurs on tho
iotli of this mouth.
WAItllEl-AIITUKKT, ItlVKII ItKI'OKT, (
STATIONS. LOW srATKII. C"A
rr, in. ft. in.
I'ittbbuor a n -
Cincliimitl 3 -l J
UuUvlll fit" - I
St. bonis IT S 0
A lull nmorlmcot of fly Nets, llorno
Covers uud liUnkcts, as well ns n lull supply
I.. m.M It. i ., 1IIPL Jrvi.-
01 311 UlllUI pOOUS IU UlU Ullk'l II. .Vl Will
inercUl avenue, nest door to Theatre.
i3'U-l-'.!w. L. 1). Akin & Co.
4QrXX Wood stock envelopes at tho
Uulletin onice. $3 00 per M,
ALL dead corcMtes removed from ths city,
mutt bs thrown In thu allsstsslppl rltsr at
the rock uUt, txtwirsn Twenty -sLghth and 1 hlrty.
rourth suts,ln accortanos with Orilmanc No.
B.bectlona. W . BKOM'N, HwlWOfllcsr.
Mr J. Honnard offers her services as stick
nurse. She Is experienced In all kinds of
nursing. Public patronage rctpcctlully so
licited. Leave orders on Cedar street, be
tween Twenty-Third and Twenty-Fourth
streets, In tho Porter House, or P. O. llux
'231. 5-8-1 m.
I'lpc S'lgnrw Tolmceo.
Fred Tclchuinn, at bis cigar and toba:c3
store on Eighth street, has Just received a
targe and complete assortment of pipe, etc.
and n largo stuck of the best brnntlsof Mno
klng aud chewin? tobacco. F. T.'a stand
ard cigar always ou hand, (live him n call,
PILSENER at Louis Herbert's.
. Winter's Unllory.
Open every day of tho week.
Owners of drays, water carts, wagons
or other vehicles, subject to license, will
please call at once on Iho city clerk and
procure numbers to correspond with their
license, nnd tho-o not having license to
procure them immediately.
0-1-Ct. W. M. Wiluoh, C. M.
t or Nnlv.
A silver plated No. O Wilson Shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) finish, valued at
Will bo told nt 020 discount, un good
term, and ordered direct from tho factory.
A No.! Wilson Shuttle Sewing .Machine
valued at $;:. Will be sold at ?!.' dUcount
nnd ordered direct frr m the factory.
A !)0 Itctnlngton Bowleg Machine-?30
off for cash. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good terms, a IIowc
Sewing Machine. Miy bo seen at the Com
pany's otllcc, corner Ninth street and Com
A now two-hor.-c Gamble wagon.
licturfpie America" IS
bound 111 ! volumes, full gilt
For any of tho above articles, apply at
thu P.cu.rti.n olllee. E. A. ItunNBir.
I.iinrli ! I.imcli !
The hlj.'gCH. Iiincn ever rot in Cairo, will
be tpic.nl uvery morning at tho Planters'
House. WIcucr beer Is tho rcat attrac
tion. It pay to visit llio Planters' IIjuso
and try a drink of tbi, the llncstbecr ever
olfercd In this city. II0-5-13-.1W.
Go to Wilcox's for strnwherric".
Notice of lleiiuisul.
The well-known barber shop, corner
Eighth nnd Commercial, presided ovir by
Iho popular artl't, George Steinhoiiso, hns
removed one door north on Commercial, In
.he Grand Central Hotel. Tho new shop la
are;u and commodious, ntid ttioso wishing
for anything artistic in tho way of fashion
sAilo hair civtting, smooth shaves, etc., will
lo well to cull at tho Giiuid Central Uarbcr
tro will take, at the St.. Charles Hotel.
durlnK tho xiiuiiuTtnontli, outlay uo triers,
nt $-'-' per month, nndfiO boarders Willi coot,
pleasant rooms on tho upper floor, at $.10
per mouth. At this extremely low nte,
110110 but promptly pajins boarders will be
accepted. Jr.wttTT Wilcox .t Co.,
CAIEO AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
On nnd after Motul ly May 31st, n through
passenger train on this" road will leave from
the comer of Commercial avenue and Sec
ond street, (near the St. Charles Hotel,) at
10:15 a. m , Hopping at tho platform oi tho
Freight House, foot of Fourth utrcct, to
tnke ou passengers, antl wiiero tickets lor
St. I.ouls and all Intermediate points can be
obtaiued. John Foooitr,
Old IVnrh Jllosvit.
It. J. CuudltlliASjuit received from Koch-
ester, Now York, WO bushels choice 1 irgo
peach blow potatoes, selected for seed and
for family Use, which he oilers for sale ut
his grocery, north side of l'lghth street, be
tween Commercial i.nd Wa-hliitflon ave
Tim Old Itelliiblo.
I hereby announce to the public that I
am better prepared lhaa ever to accommo
date my patrons at tho Central Hotel, ou
Sixth ttrcct, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, I have taken a part
ner In thu hotel business, Mr. Appleman,
who has had oonsldcrAhlo experience In
that line, and will not fall to mnko guetds
feel at homo. The tablo will always no
supplied with the best the muket aDords,
turved up lu tho most palatable manner.
Hoard ami lodging per week, 1 BO ; ulnglo
meals, 2.V, to bo b.td nt all hours. I havo
a'o In connection with my hold, a tlrt
class harbor shop, and am prepared to give
customers a good shuve, hair-cut, shampoo
ing, etc. I will run three chairs, and havo
employed totuotld attlnU who understand
their utidness. Suiting, 10 couts; sham
pooing, 29 couts ', nnd Irdr cutting, M cents,
(llvo mo a call. PilOK. I'. OoKllKf..
LOOK HERE I
Uhh ItiilU urilvery llchcrilitioii
PHIL II. SSAUP'S.
Frank Kratky, of tho t,'ulon llaker,
Guiunicridal itvouuc, between Fourth and
Sixth strouts, bus re-oponcdhlsbakory, und
Is now prepared to deliver lire id and Cakes
of tho best quality, auywberu lu the city or
country, In such quuulltlos as bis custom
ers may desire. Prices Will bo undo en-
tirely with rcfersuco to tho prcsont hud
times; In other words, cheaper than tho
cheapest. Send In your orders.
Obstacles to Marriage.
jlnppy relief for young men fr in the ef
fects of errors and abuses lu early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method ot treatment.
New und remarkable remedies. PaoUs
and circulars sent Ireo, In sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWAIIU ASSOCIATION, 410
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, P. anlnsth
tutlon having a high reputation for honor'
l ie conduct nod nrotQsslonsl skill.
Corrected Dally by R. M. susurns, ceramlsslou
mercli&nt, Secretary af Uis (.alio Heard ot
Flour, according to grade. .. on37 CO
Corn, mixed, arkod. lVj,7)a
Com, white, sacked &MS20
(lata, mixed... . r'.Sc
Hrnn, ir Ion. thin)
Meal, stenm dried SI 01
lltittcr, choice Northern tithe
llutlcr, choice Southern 111,. &c
Kites, tier dozen...... 1.1a
Chickens, per doren OO&IUJ
Turkeys, .er ilium I 'J UO
1'otntoM, ir hamd Q:im
Onl ns, icr barrel ............, S3)ta W
1'leplant - )Wc
Astisragus dot -.... .1 "So
Strvlrrlts per crate . s) 00
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulletln Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and WajshlUKton Avenue,
rJ-'.'ouiUT and Itallroad Work a apfelalty.
WIf.bbe received at my office until Tuesday,
.lunexth, IS75, for removing nit slops and
Cirljaje from the illfferenl residences and hotels, for
the month, of June, July, Auguit, September and
OctoUr Ihe rtmoyl tn be mailt tlx timet per
week dutlni the finl thie mtnt'o-id inonthi, thita
timet per week during September anil twic9 per
week during October the place of deposit not el-
cecums one mue irom ciif iimtri .
'Ihn city council reiervet Ihe rlcht Icrciettinr
and .11 bid,.
M M. KIlKNCll A.XLKT, Cily Oerk.
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo ti St. Louis Railroad Company.
IDUIir.ll. notice It hcrrhy given that there wilt
X In' hi-M n inetlliiK uf the stockbuldtrs of the
1,'nlrn ,t 1st aius lialltoad omiiiy, at th
flaliiin huiircof nntd coinimny, lu the city ot
Matt M. I.iiiiin. in the ruunlr of est. Clair nnd
jiuiuiiiy iiiu niii iritr 01 jnnr A, u,
at the hours of eleven o'clock a. m., for the pnr-
,ir nf then nti'l there FlectiiiK liy ail utoCK
loldrrs kcten dlrectiirsursnldeomiMnr lor thf
ruruliiU jtar, and then ami thetc iruii'actlni:
Mtcn oilier uumiims np)ieTutiniiiK taut ruiu
pnuy ns flmll come liciure said mcetluK.
. 11111 uuciliiaiii 11 111 nil UK' Miicibiiuiiicin 111
satilcuiiilMtiy in uitittvland much ileslrol
l'ltrni. mis uiiiuiir m .nay, it-i.
II Y SM111IKU,
.1. W. SAVIN.
t;. j, caxiia,
K. K. CAMI.V,
W. It. AltTlll'R,
SlorkhoMers C. Ast. I.. II It. Co.
VTOTICi: Is herehr fiken that
Willi the rninirt
lilt the rtiiiilrt'incnts of Section ., of art
urtcitlilliil "An Act I11 declare aul coiutltlit
tlientale ol Illinois solo tnixlre or mat jiortion
nrthcitntetax lesltil, assejiseil and cotlccteil
I'urlhi'jirir 1S73, lnr.xcesof ail-SO thereot and
to tiruvidr exclusive remedies for the complete
iTHiiulinK of the same to the tux-ayeni of Ihe
.Slate who have (wild iiucli exce, and for the
in-ulectioti of the ux-liayerientltleil thereto, anil
ufciitinth's unit ult oiucers or pt-rsuiis connected
Willi lhci'i)lli-ctli)ii,cutodyoriiiymeiit thei-eof,"
1 will refund to such jierson or corporation thu
mount by hlmur it juid In execs of twenty
nine thirty-sixths ofsucli State tax, of 1RT3, up
on IIIC MlPCIliailoH Ul lllBiir iv w mrtiw iui
sniil year, covermi: the .amy .
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