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... AI.K.TANIIKIl t.OIIIIK. NO. 2M
JHh Iri'lriK-n ltnt Order of Odd-Ftl-sHfDP
low, inrcit every I lurnlay night
. -'jipji.,- m nau-imai leien, in men miiifm
BirrrM .follNJI ttviviAf ti. 11,
"1AIIIO KN'OAMI'MKNT, I. 0. ). F.. turvta
vin wuu-reiinw' linn "ii uiu nr.i nrm mini
I luwinj in rry mumii, at iihii-ui wini.
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IV CAIIlOf.OIMll:. Nil. V.V. . a. M
A Hold rvirulnr coliiliiuiiirntlnti In Mu
Bonle Hull, corner ouitui.rriid rnu:
and I. Willi Mrwl, on tlie second nnd
inirwi .ii'inuiiv oi eacn month .
Mr. P. I'ltxxiTaM linn Juid Kicclvcil unci
!in on vito at his nlos room it Inrao Mock
if KnijlMi all-, potter, Ilimnour brandy
mil vtIiic, niul llipior of all kind, which
lit' will diapoio of al reasonable prlrc.
rxeimloila, I'll'lilfi, i;t-.
The good p.n'rnger steamer, llimioi'k
City, cm bo chartered lor excursion or
plrnlcsat re aonahlc rale. Apply to
-i-ltii Vai.ki;k A N'Kti.if.
tlvt Hip fie!.
Dr. Selli Arnold' Ornish Kllt-r ttm
great cradlcator lor n'l Inn iHccasc n u
prrlor rcinody toull other mcdli-liic yet
dlncovcred, hi-tevvrd cac. HI a sure,
mlck, and perfectly nilii remedy lor
rough, rold, noro throat, whooping cough
:roup, mill all dhp.iM of tic tlnojt un J
lung. Itc'.nll price, mnl M cent und H.
Any bottle th.it doeuiot gl(! relief miy ho
returned, ntidlho money will he refunded.
Dr. Helh Arnold' IH.irrho.i ll.tlum ,'. and
5) cents. ItrincrnVrlt l warranted. Ar
nold' till loui Mindraku Plll, operating
without ali'kticn mid pain. Compounded
by Dr. Sctli Arnold's Medical Corporal! in,
Woonocket, )!. I. Sold by PaiiI (i.Selmh,
dniifxl.t, Cairo, III. r.V.2.'.-3ni.
I.ndlc,' ruriiNliltiit Mure.
A ladlrs'fiirnlhlug lorolia;lrcu optned
In the Theatre building, and Mocked with
ft full lite orcver) thing pertaining tihdlo'
war ready-mads drec, lioilcrwear,
etc. all of the Utett Mj lc, and n ill be sold
t lower IlKurcn tlun crur before oflcred In
Calto. Thoto jjoodi wcrt purchased In
Kev York, nre of the beit material, mi I
will be told wry reasonable. VIo JIIIH
uery Koodi of all ktnd. .10-4-CO-lni.
Having again ettablMied niyfelf In the
Lumber bif lncs, at the WkII A Kilt Mill,
I am prepared to cll lumber of all kind-,
latin and cMi;kIc at wltolenalo xnd retail,
and to offer ex.ra inditcenicntt nt all tlinn,
KUaranleelnK the lnwct poible prices
tllMm. J. S. MCdlHKV.
THu-IIunt' Whkoii I'ur Nntv.
A new nnion lor ate at a bargain. Ap
ply at the IIUM.KTIX coitutltiK-room- tf.
HUH In !! rirld.
Mr. I'hil il. Saup wliiken to uuiibiioco to
Ida Irlendi and tbo publics generally, that
ha hat lately tilled tip, lu excellent tlyle,
hla commodloui and comfortable ptrlora on
WaahltiKton avenue, near Eighth trett,for
the cntcrlalntnetit ol thotc ot our clllen
and the rot of mutiMnd who Indulge In
Ice era am, loda water, confectloneriei, Ac.,
and thathu ii prepsicU to tiinilah to rltl
zciin of Cairo, it home or at hl purlor,
anything In hi" line, l'lnl. Is well known
to ourcltlicni, and iii Ills mom are rry
pleaantly fitted up, and a ho can nlwa
be found ot hla post, diy or nl-li tf to look
after the wellarc of hl customer, we be
ptak for him that custom which Ir. enter
prhe werlti. Hl Ice cream and lemonade
are delicious, his toil.i water I not equalled
by any In the city, and a lar ai confection
rics are concerned, It enunot bo denied
tlmt hU ktock Is always thebet In the city.
Ksery Sewn Vt-iir.
phylolol(ts tiy, the human body o en
tirely changed and roncwed. Kvery mo
ment ol oar liven, cicry firt of our badle?
I wcarln? out ami U bclnsbullt up nnew
of freah matter. This work (a accomplished
by the blood which goei hrough every
part. Hut If the blood toccttcx weak or
vltlitcd, and docs not porfotu Its work
properly, the y item ii ucttnlly pohonel
by the worn-out nutter elogiflng the ilt.il
organs Instead of lciulnv' the body, for
dyrpopiln, blliousnej, kidney, rn ami
liver trouble", levers, antl all ill"3a-ea arm
ing from vitiated blood, DR. Walkbu'm
Camfounia Vixecaii IliTTEit arc a 'ot
trelgn remedy. .VI l-d.tw.4w.
IMiino mill OrKiiti 'l'lliiliia.
Mr. M. Kulino dc'res us to my that ho I
ready to reeehe orders for riatio and Or
gun tuning, and repairing musical iuMtu-
it.nM.a lll-.li... Itl.il' 1. Inlft .if (lift ..I
IllVtlh. S MW 111 n J IIV Ibll 1.1 IIIU Wl III! 't I
lliirtcentu ami uinut nircou, or r. ii.
Itov; 00(1, and will recelvo prompt attention,
nnti ficc "ler.
Landlords ot hotels und boarding hour en
islll Undlt to their idvnutagc to call upou
Mr?. Coleman, Laundre, No la Fourth
atrcct, botween Wiihhlngton and Commer
cial nvenue. Hotel und hoarding-house
wa'hlng, 73 cents por doen. Fot piecework
prices are a lollows; Single thltt and col
lar, 10o; per dozen file; ock St-; two col
lars, re; two haiidkerohlcla, 5cj rem !!0c;
aud all grtntlcmcn'n wear, 80c. per
doren. hadle' dri'ne, 25 to Mc,
iklrtsl') to 20e; drawora 10 to 13c; two
pair lioso 6c; two collars & lo 10c. For la
dles' plain clothoB ft 00 per dozen; lor In
dlea lino elothes, (1 'i' per dozen; done
drmptly, anil promptly delivered, l'n
Notice of Removal.
The wcll-kuown barber ahop, comer
liigUtli Hiid Commercial, prei-lded ov;r by
Iho popular artist, Ocorgo Stelnhonie, has
removed ono door north on Commercial, In
the Grand Central Uotel. The new chop U
.arge and commodious, and those wishing
for anytlilng artistic In the way of fashion
able hair mating, smooth hhnven, etc., will
lo well to call at the Utand Central Uarher
In nccorilnno with tlto requlrt'iiii'titi of
an order ot'tho board of County Commis
sioners, notice Is licraby glvon that I will
redeem county order mid Jttrj" ccrtlll
rate on presentixtlon. Interest will caoso
on thv OtU day of Juno, 187S.
III,, May 27, 1876, M8-10t
TCKSPAV, Jl'NK 8, 1875.
frfieal WiMtthftr Rriorl.
Ciluo,;ii.i,., JutieT, Is73.
TtMB. IIAH. Tll. Vl!ll. j Vf.f.. WaiTIILM
7nm. S'l.ll i't ' S. I lT FaTr
11 " sv.lto el' N W. I d FhIt,
Spin. 3'Moi Of ; X. W. I II Fair.
IIIOMAS JONK8, t-ergt. 8. .., U. H. A.
At the Hur.MtTiN bindery IS iiuinboi!",
botitid In two voluini'K, lull gilt inoi
iik.co; cot ill; for sale nt $10.
The Lecturi! of Dr. C.ublim t, of .Metrop
oll', nt l.llieriil llellloim hall Sunday
evening, win well ntteiided, mid It U nld
to have bwn mi iiblu discoiir-e.
The fulled I'rlentU of TriiiiicTitiicc
will hold their staled tiieelhitr this (Tiles
day) I'venhi, hi Odd-Fellows' Hall, at 8
o'eloek shaip. O. I.amk, W. I'.
NVo have not mentioned It below be-
1'iitisu It 1' a boy, but hU ikiiiio U .John
Hem v, and Mr. and Mr.'. .1. II. (ios'iunn
an; happy mid declare that he weighed
ten pound'-. I.onix lite and a bly fortune
Hour Till In Mlnil.
Dr. ileiincll'', during the present febool
vacation, will pay iartleular atb.'iitlou to
lllllng and treating children's teeth. Par
ents who.'i; children tnay hi; iiiU'ellng
with their teeth, ple.ic bear thUiu mind.
We had a call veMerdav from Ifoii. J.
U. WillUan.l (J. V. Corflw, Kfj., of 31c-
trono i. Tliev and about thlrtv other
MetronolltnuF. :iie In I lie rllr tti te;l!tr
In a ci'c of bacon stealing. McCartney
ol the .Metropolis Time, who dcFcrtcd
the Itr publlcaii party for Ilnpg, being a
gool pork lawyer, hut charge of thcc.itc
a;'altikt the; man who Mole the; bacon.
The celebrated O. Iv. SealliiL' W'ux. lor
f-eallng fruit cans bc-t in nc ; al-o
Paver's Improved axle crea-e. anil u l.irL'e
itotk of Geo. F. D.tvld-on A Co.' Mar
ham?; al-o Millet and lliiiig.irinn gra
feol on hand and for wlo by
CS-Iit. SrnnoN Ar Hutu.
Mr. .John l Hely ha received lih
map of Alexander county, and U now
delivering It to uh-ctiberi-. The map
Is ii Fiilendld one perfect hi irenenil and
etall. It .'hotild b lu the hand of every
citizen of the county. Mr. Ikly may
well lc proud of liU work, and that ol
the map maker U an something to
The Delta City Cornet band will favor
thu public with an open air concert, the
first of thi'Hti'on, at thu stand on Market
Square, thl uvenlnjf. The following; 1
the programme: No. 1, Delta l.nllop;
J. Memorial March ; .'I. Dexter Quickstep;
I, Centennial Waltz ; 5, Grenada Qulck-
tt'p: 0, Silver ThrcaiU Among Die Cold ;
7, lilake March :S, Olive I'olkn; !, Ite
metnbraiicc (Julckrtcp ; 10, Farewell
The body ol the man More, who com-
mltte 1 titlclilc In thU city Iait Thursday,
by jumping Into the Ohio river off one of
the wharf-boats, was found at about un-rUoyo-terday
morning, a fewyard? Irom
where the deed was committed, by a Ibli-
rmati named doliu llarriion. An in-
quc.-t was held, and the remains given
Into the caro of Chief of Police Williams,
who had them embalmed and M'nt to
hlsbrothcr nt Cincinnati.
X'W Vcuelnlile Mnmt.
Frank (Uinchcr will till- morning open a
new vegetable stand on Eighth street back
ofChrlf. llnanyV store, where freh vege
tables and tlih w ill bo sold to customers at
lower prices than any pthcr place In Cairo.
Ills cgetableMirc rilscd In his owu gar
den, he calchoiUil own IMi, and can there
fore guarantee'hcin frekh; nud he can uf
ford to urdersoll all competitors (livchlm
a call. G,S-Ut.
'nril of Thniik.
The ladies of the 3Icthodiit church de
Ire to return their wannest thanks to
Mr. White for her generosity In grant
ing them the use of her htore room for
their trawbcrry festival ; al?o to Mr.
lllzer, for use of stove; to their friends
generally lor their kind favors lu flow
ers ; to Mrs. Lufkln and Dr. Casey in
particular for the beautiful ready-made
boqiiets so kindly sent to them ; to Mr.
Trigg for dishes and to the public, for
the generous patronage bestowed.
The Public Nrlionl Tenelicra.
The Summer term of the Cairo public
schools closed on Friday last, and they
will not be rc-opened until September.
Many of the teachers will, next week,
tako their departure front tills city lor
places where they will spend the weeks
of the vacation, visiting friends and rela
tives and taking pleasant recreation from
the labors of the past year.
Miss Thompson and Miss Kogers will
leave on Wednesday next for St. Louis,
Irom wlienco 311s Thompson goes to
Northern .Illinois and 31lunesota, and
Miss Kogers to New York and New Jer
sey. The Misses McUrldo go to Tlalavla and
Rochester, Now York.
3llss Houston will spend her vacation
lu Clmtauqua, New York.
Miss Ida Harrell will "do" Chicago for
a few weeks.
Miss Wnlbndge ditto, Hpnnglleld, ill.
Mr, Alvord, much to the regret of
both pupils und their patents, severed
her connection with the public schools of
Cairo at the closing ol the Spring term.
We believe the balance of the teachers
will spend their vacation In this city, In
the enjoyment of rest, If not of recrea
MSX Ray stock envelopes at the Out,
LUI.N office, $3 25 per M.
HY 0UH tftttKNU AT THS C0BNKH,
HhIm, 'U., Clotliliiif, At',
I. Wuhler, nt the corner of Ohio I.cvce
mid Sixth street, Rnnwnto some, us "our
friend nt the corner," has
"laughtercd" high price In Hals, Cup",
and Clothing. He Is felling at great bargain-',
n fact that makes some dealers teel
us If they were shot or struck by light
ning. Call on him, mid price his goods,
for which he does not owe u nlckln.
Arrentcil for Jf nrdee.
On .Saturday nlteruoou, Sheriff Irvin ar
rested lu this city, a man who is known
lo many of our citizens by thu name of
Dick Miirlln. .Martin has lived lu Cairo
for some time past, and earned n liveli
hood by worklnjr at the carpenter trade.
When sober, luiNsaid tobcii very quiet
nud peaceable man, but when under thu
liiHuenco of liquor, he Is JiHt the reverse.
While lua state of Intoxication, a few
weeks ago, he went into the tin and stove
depot of A. Daily, lu this city, and de
manded of thu shop boy some money,
saying that he wanM whisky. The boy
refused to give it to him, when Martin
drew a revolver from his pocket and shot
at him, for which ollcii! he was ar
rested and tried, hut was all owed, for some
tan sc. to go at liberty. At another time.
within a .short '.hue since this little epi
sode, while drunk, Martin made his
bmg.sto patties hi this city that he had
killed hU man In his time. This was re
ported toSlierlll Irvln, who immediately
went to working up Martin's former his
tory, and found that there was good rea
sons to believe that he was a murderer,
and that his name is not Martin, hut
l'ieliard Mai tin Shaeklcford. He arrested
lilm on a charge ol murdering thu mar
shal of Logan comity, Kentucky, by
'hooting him off of his hore. Sheriff
Irvhi left with the prisoner in charge, for
DecrvlHe, Kentucky, whore the deed was
done, Sunday afternoon.
The Cairo Turner Society has made ar
rangements to ccicnrato me t ourtn ox f
July by a picnic on one of our railroads,
or some other soluble place. The pro
ceeds to be donated for the benellt of thu
German school, to relieve them of the
Indebtedness Incurred during the year
pat. Further particulars will be stated
In a few days. T,-g-2t
The Fourth of .Inly comes on Sun
day this year.
We are to have llalley it Co.'s big
show in Cairo some time during the
month of June.
Then; have been two rases ol suicide
In Cairo during the past live days. Hoth
The young men of Cairo don't seem
to care nbout taking much stock in base
ball this season.
A number of the business men were
slightly ''taken in" by a gentleman from
Clilctigo la't week.
A law suit between Ed. Wlttlg and
F. Gothic, two musicians of this city, Is
the next thing on thu programme.
Several of the teacher who taught
III the public srhoofs 1 tins rlty during
the past year, will leave to-day for tUuir
It Is said that Cairo will be well rep
resented nt 3Iurphysboro on the Fourth
of July. The 3Iurphysboro people should
feel highly complimented.
There was not much promenading
done by the young people ol Cairo Sun
day. Tim weather was unfavorable for
any such amusement.
Jailor 3lcCarthy Is getting the price
of board out of the prisoners conllued In
thu lock-up now-a-day.s. Ho utilizes
them in repairing tlte street!.
Jug llshlng In Cairo, as well as In
Riducali, promises to become quite a
popular icourcc of amusement. It Is
pronounced rare sport.
It Is said that Mr. Nelson, the owner
of the staunch little sailing vessel
"Union" will takeout an excursion party
to-morrow, provided the weather will
The business of thu Cairo & St. Louis
Narrow Gauge Itailroad is increasing
very rapidly, anil the road bids lair to
outdo more pretentious rivals.
It Is hoped by the city authorities
that they will be able to set at liberty tlio
inmates of the pest house, and close that
institution during the pre-ent week.
leu cream, Llmburgcr cheese, straw
berries and onions are pronounced a de
lightful repast by n young man ot" this
city, who tried them a few evenings ago.
A large number ot the citizens of
Cairo want a horc fair, but they lack tho
necessary wherewithal to secure the sue
Tho colored Odd Fellows of tills city
will tako an excursion trip to Paducahou
tho 2-'d Instant, and return on the 21th.
They will remain in that city over the
Prof. Alvord iias been retained by
thu board of education for another year,
ami It is said that it is probable that tho
most of his assistants for the past year,
will be engaged for tho next.
31r. Oberly has been Invited by tho
committee of arrangements who have
the .Murphysboro Fourth of July cele
bration In hand, to deliver Iho oration nt
that place on that day. He will comply
Willi tuclr request.
Tho public schools for tho spring term
of 1875, closed last Friday, and tho pu
plls will engage in pleasure seeking for
tho next three months to come, instead
ot worrying their brains over books,
Tho iieopiu ot Cairo will, before
many weeks have gone by, bu blessed
with good streets, mid Iho livery stablo
men will then, no doubt, reap n harvest.
Kverybody Is pining for n ride without
an unmerciful shaking up.
Ten cents: pays lor a dog catcher's
llscenso, mid thu business has become
qultu a paying one to many ot tho young
sters who run nbout doing nothing.
Twenty-live cents Is paid lor every dojr
caught by the licensed catcher, and they
rush them in lively,
Maria Heuo still linger within th
wall ol ttio tiutnbooH't niul Is said to l)C
grow Ititf In lleslt. Maria Is n dellcnto crcn
lure ns well ns n irivoloiis one, and will
ho doubt, when her eighteen days of Im
prisonment have pasjd, ho stronger In
body as well as hi mind.
The owners of unmuzzled dogs arc
arrested now-a-days and lined, If theynro
proven guilty of letting their canines run
ntlargc on the streets. The tax and muz
zle cost the least, and a load of powder
and shot less than the muzzle and tax,
and wo would advise our friends to resort
to the latter.
How sad. "The society ol Cairo Is
not of that rellned eharacler hi which his
fastidious wife has been accustomed to
mingle, and ." Wo have for
gotten '.he rest of the" sorrowful tale of
the unfortunate being, but that is what a
certain Individual, who lately returned to
Cairo with his bride, remarked a few
l'iNcner, Kehlil. and Ilest are having
a lively time hi Cairo. .Sonic think Ile.it
carries oil' thu horns, and others ad vocato
the right of I'lhcner, while .Sehlltz Is
pronounced equal if not better than
either Hest or I'llscncr by many. A casu
of each will fully satisfy the mind of the
Uui.t.F.riN as to which la the most deserv
The member of the Taylor Literary
Society am looking forward to a pleasant
time at the reception to lie given them
by the Woman's Club and Library Asso
ciation. They are all lu an unusually
good state of health, which fact wu beg
leave to Impress upon thu minds of the
ladles of the Woman's Club, that they
may lay in supplies accordingly.
A Prominent M ereliniit of Jnrksou,
Teniiewce. Kill Hliuaolf nl
tlm Nl t'linrlrn.
The Most Xyiterieni Caie ot Suicide on
Xii ItrHtiinx Whnleicr AnslziirU for
Laudanum and Chloroform the Means of
A Thoroughly Prrniedllnteil 'ne of
Mr. IL S. llrazleton, a prominent citi
zen and worthy merchant ot Jackson,
Tennes.ee, who ariived in this city on
Saturday night, committed suicide at the
St. Charles Hotel, by takhi? laudanum
and chloroform. He took the poison on
Saturday night, but did not die till yes
terday morning at three o'clock.
Thu whole ea'e Is shrouded in the
deepest mystery, and l certainly one ot
the mo-t strange and unaccountable mis
fortunes that lias ever been recorded.
The deceased was a man of about forty-
two years of age, sandy complexion,
whiskers and mustache and of a Hue per
3Irs. llrazelton, the wife of the unfortu
nate man, a lady of refinement and cul
ture, who was sent for on Sunday morn
ing, and arrived In Cairo Sunday night
atMialt-past ten o'clock, declares the act
of her husband an entirely unaccountable
one to her. '1 o the best of her knowledge
bis business affairs were in u most nour
ishing and encouraging: condition, and
nothing so lar as domestic nffalrs nre con
cerned, has ever tninlreil I lint would
iMviupt tne deceased to such a deed, their
married life having proven one of har
mony and quietude since their union.
This assertion Is fully reiterated by a
prominent gentleman of Jackson, who
accompanied the lady to this city, a trietul
ot the deceased, who Is fully as much at
a loss In defining thu cause of thu sui
The particulars of the Journey and
death of Mr. Hrazelton, who started from
his homu on Saturday morning for this
city, as gleaned from those conversant
with the wholu atlair, are as follows :
3Irs. Hrazelton states that her husband
told her that he Intended to comu to Cairo
to transact some business, a day or two
before he started, and that lie would be
absent for several days, and that when ho
left homo alio felt perfectly at ease, be
lieving that all was right.
Capt. Matt. Hooker, a passenger con
ductor on the MlssW-l'ipi Central rail
road, states that Mr. Hrazelton got on
board his train at Jack -on, and when ho
called on him for ids ticket the deceased
told him liu had neglected to buy one at
the station, and that he would pay him
the fare in money, which he did. .Mr.
Hooker noticed nothing unusual in the
maimer of tho deccaseil, and passed on
through tho ear collecting tickets.
When the train arrived at the Illinois
Central passenger depot in tills city, at
half-pa.-t ten o'clock, Saturday night,
Mr. Hooker got oil of ilio ear with the
deceased, who asked hint wliero ho stop
ped. Thu conductor replied, "at tho St.
Charles," nud recommended Hrazelton to
go there, which lie promised lo do, say
ing that ho would he in Cairo several
days, and left Hooker on the platform of
tho station house, going in tho direc
tion of the hotel.
Before going to tho hotel, howevcr,and
after ho had the conversation alluded to
abovo with tlto conductor, he met an nt
tachc of the railroad company, and in
quired of him where ho could tlnd a drug
store. The attache referred him to Bar
clay Brothers' establishment, and turn
ing around ho went to that place, where
ho procured ol ono of the clerks two
ounces of laudanum and an ounce and a
hall of chloroform, and went out. From
here, It is supposed ho went straight to
tho hotel, where lie registered his name
in a very linn and legible hand, and asked
for a room. The clerk assigned him
room No. 37, to which hu Immediately
repaired, and w as not again heard of that
night, and tun not maKo ms appearance
At about eleven o'clock Sunday morn
lug ono of the chambermaids went to
the door ot Hrazul ton's room, nud tried
to open It, to clean the apartment, but
found tho door fastened on tho Inside, and
heard tho deceased growing. Sho at
once reported tho fact to Mr. Dean, the
clerk, who lu company with Capt.
Booker, went to tho room, and finding
their etTortx to get In fruitless, they called
one of the negro servants who they put
over tlto tritnwm, nud by thli mcniu ef
fected an entrance!
When the door was opened, Urazcttdli
was found lying on the bed, with the cov
ers pulled closely over his head. They
were removed and ho was found to be In
sensible, witli n handkerchief, saturated
with chloroform, held tight against his
Upon going to the bureau, tho two men
discovered a small vial, about half full
of chloroform, nud a now nickel-plated
live-chamber revolver, heavily loaded,
which had never been discharged.
Dr. Parker was sent for and Immedi
ately went to the hotel and used every
possible clTort to bring tho deceased to
life, remaining with l-.lm until six o'clock,
but failed In his labor. At six o'clock
Ur. Smith was called In and the two phy
sicians held a consultation, after which
they again made fruitless attempts to
bring back Hie, working from that time
on until bet ween three and four o'clock
yesterday morning, when Hrazelton
It being known that tho deceased pur
chased two ounces ot laudanum, at the
same time that hu did tho chloroform, it
is generally supposed that he drank the
former on his way from the drug store to
the hotcl,;and disposed of thu bottle, ns
thu chloroform was tho only liquid found
about the room. Thu label usually put
upou the bottles containing poison and
old by druggists had been torn off, and
about half of thu contents of tho bottle
wcro gone when It was found.
The affair has created much talk about
the city. Dr. Smith, who was with tlto
deceased from six o'clock Sunday night
until lie died, declares that he could not
have prescribed n system by which a man
could more effectually take his own life
than that adopted by Bruzlcton.niid that,
hi his opinion, the deed was coolly plan
ned and premeditated, and that he came
to this city for the purpose of carrying
out his plan.
The sorrow exhibited by the poor
grief-stricken wifu Is indeed heartrend
ing to witness, notwithstanding the un
ceasing efforts to pacify and the kindness
bestowed upon her by 3Irs. Wilcox and
other ladles ol the St. Charles. The re
mains weru embalmed and sent by ex
press yesterday to Jackson, where they
will be Interred.
Miss Emma Uchlett, of Columbus,
Ohio, was registered at tho Planters yes
Frank Hoffman, F. T. Vogel and J.
31. Walker, all of St. Louis, were at the
Charles (Juesnel, clerk of the steamer
Julia, was at thu St. Charles yesterday.
A. U. Green, 31. !., ol Ulllu, was at
the Delmonico ycstereUy.
A. C. Bartleson, ol Villa Itldge, was
at the Grand Central yesterday.
Robert MeGowen and James A. Hos-
kins, of Holly Springs, Mississippi, were
at the St. Charles yesterday.
E. E. Coffee, of Indiana, w as lit the
II. Hajorand lady, of Cincinnati,
were registered at the Planters yesterday.
Mrs. Brown and sister, ot Ullln.weri!
at tlie Delmonico yesterday.
Louis 3Icyer, of Cape Girardeau, was
Charles Mat lies, of Indianapolis, was
at tlie Planters yesterday,
John A. Breckinridge, a stock dealer
ot Boonvllle, Indiana, wtis at the Del
31. H. Cross, ot New York city, was
at tho St. Charles yesterday.
John Davis, of Clinton, Kentucky,
came to Cairo, registered at the Del
moiilco, bought Barclay Brothers' soda
water fountain and went home happy.
A. 11. Harris, of Louisville, Kcii'
lucky, was at tlie St. Charles yesterday,
K. Smith and lady, of Kankakee,
Illinois, were at thu Delmonico yester
day. A. W. Butts, of New York, was at
the St. Charles yesterday.
J. C. Marshall, of Padncah, was at the
II. G. Hasten nndS. II. Buck, both of
New Orleans, were registered nt the St
Julu Duglas, pilot of tho steamer
Great Republic, who catnufromSt. Louis
to Inspect the river, was at thoSt. Charles
Jacob Coleman, of Padncah, was at
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween It. W. Miller and I. T. Parker, un
dor tho ;tvle of Miller Jt Parker, la
this day dissolved by mutual agreement,
It, 11, Cuonltigham havltg purthaaed the
interest ol II. V. Mlllor. The business will
bo curried on uiidor thu style of Parkor ft
Cunningham. All debts due tho Into tlrm
will be paid to Parker .t Cunningham, and
they will pay all debts ol tho Into urm to
tblidvtc. K. W. Mim.kh.
I). T. PaKKER,
A lull assortment of Fly Nets, Horse
Covers and blankets, as well as a lull supply
ol all othor goods In our line, nt 105 Com
mercial avenue, next door to Theatre.
t;i -l-2w. L. I), akin & Co.
All person wltlilu the corporate limits ol
tho city ot Cairo are hereby requeited and
notldud to cloaajo their promises Inside of
live days from this date. A failure on the
part of any occupant or owner of any house
or lot to obey this notice, will be arrested
and lined under tho ordliianco of the cily.
Porsoni can deposit the rubbish In a pile on
tho streets dailuz the term of this order
(being tlve days,) whou it will he removed
by the city authorities.
Further, on and after the Dili of June, nil
persons are notified uot to leavo swill or
slops remaining upou their prembei, but
deposit the same every morning in a box,
keg or barrel In Iront of his or her house,
whouce It wl be removed every morning
(Sunday excepted) by the city garbage cart
Mayor City ol Cairo.
OiIRO, June Mb, 1873. 6-d-0t.
J9XX Amber and White rag stock
envelope at tho BuLLEm offlc, printed,
S3 DO and 94 00 per M.
VXUIO, If,!.., MtlXIUY Evii.VIMfli 1
Juno 7, 1870.
Alter three days of cloudy Weather,
with heavy rahls, not confined, however,
to this section ol the country, to-day has
been clear, cool, pleasant and Invigor
ating. Tho only damage dono by tho
heavy storms has been the delay to farm
ers lu getting through with their work
and a tendency lo destroy the ripening
strawberries. The , slreets have been
muddy niul disagreeable, but a lino
breeze is drying them up rapidly. Tho
rains of Friday and Saturday retarded
business, and makes the volume of trans
actions lu our reports smaller than they
would otherwise have been.
There Is little change to note hi tlie
market. Stocks of flour are increasing,
owing to small demands and large re
ceipts, but holders are firm ami prices
unchanged. Corn Is steady and firm;
the light receipts prevent any accumula
tion ot stocks. Wheat Is in demand and
scarce. Oats nro plenty and quiet. Very
little hay comes in and prices are llrm.
3Ieal Is active and scarce; none offering
except nt the mills to-day. Bran Is dull
nnd declining, flutter, eggs and chickens
are in fair supply and moderate demand.
Potatoes nnd onions are very dull.
teJirOur friends should bear In ml ml
that tlie pjiccs here given are usually for
sales from first hands hi rouifl lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary to cliarge no advance over these
Receipts have been moderately largo
and demand very small. There Is very
little shipping demand nearly all sales
reported were mado In lllling orders.
Holders nre firm and prices steady and
unchanged. Sales .were 100 barrels, $C
0 75; 100 barrels, K'J M ; 100 barrels
City, $.1 50S ; 100 barrels, $.- 2oG 73;
300 barrels, $5 50G 75; 110 barrels,
$3 507;100 barrels supcrllne, $1 75;
200 barrels, $57.
The supply and receipts are very light.
The demand is small but is lu excess
of stocks of choice and prices arc stiff.
We note sales of 2 cars choice timothy
delivered, 122 ; 2 ears eliolcu mixed de-1
livcrcd, S21 ; 1 car choice timothy deliv
The market for white rules steady and
firm. Receipts nre nil taken for tho mills
and to till orders. There Is no shipping
demand. Mixed Is in lair supply and
steady. Sales were 1 car mixed lu sacks
delivered, 7Cu; 12 cars mixed in sacks
delivered, 7Cc ; 2 cars mixed in sacks de
livered, 70c; 0 cars mixed lu sacks deliv
ered, 77e ; A cars white in sacks delivered,
60e;l car rejected In bulk white deliv
ered, 71c; 2 cars whlto on orders at
The market is steady and llrm, nud de
mand moderate at GG07c. The supply
offering Is very small. Sales were -I cars
lu sacks delivered. CG(au8: ; 2 cars in sacks
delivered, COe ; I car In sacks delivered,
TImw U h ttooil order demand amino
meal in market except artfm viir nuns,
an.) none coming lu. rices are steady
and firm. Sales were it) barrels city de
livered $3 85 ; 200 b rrels steam dried de.
livered $11 SO ; 400 barrels city steam
dried $3 S03 S5.
The market is oversupplied nnd dull,
and prices arc weak and declining. There
is no demand to-day at any price. Sales
were 1 car delivered $10 ; 2 cars delivered
Tho market Is well supplied and the
demand steady lor choice sweet butter.
A large part of present receipts has not
been freed from buttermilk ami conse
quently arrives In a soured and unmar
ketable condition. Wu note sales of 3
tubs choice Northern 25c ; -I packages
Southern Illinois 20c; 20 buckets choice
Southern Illinois 20c; 20 buckets choice
Southern Illinois 19c; 20 buckets soured
butter 15c; 500 barrels choice 2225c.
The market has been steady nud llrm,
has better supplied sineo our last issue.
Offerings were nil taken, hewevcr, on Sat
urday and there Is no surplus, (onlay ; 13
Uo are thu ruling figures. Wo note
sales ol 450 dozen 1 lo ; 10 cases 13e ; 500
dozen 13c; DOO dozen 1,1 4c.
The market Is overstocked and no buy
ers to-day. Quotations are about the
same, perhaps a trlllo shaded since last
week. We noto sales ol 3 coops hens
$3 75; 10 coops hens $3 75; 25 dozen
$3 o03 75 ; 5 coops mixed $3 2(J3 75.
Strawberries are more plentiful and sell
ing at $3 OOga 50 per crate to-day.
Cherlcs found ready sale $3 50(5 1 00. We
note sales of 25 cases strawberries $3(3)4 ;
2 cases cherries $1; 25 crates strawber
ries $3 50 I 00.
Tlie market Is fully supplied with both
old and new and tlm demand limited.
Old peach blows are quoted $1 per bushel
and new potatoes, $3 50 I per barrel.
Tim market is over-stocked and dull.
Wu note sales of 10 barrels choice new,
$3 C03 75 ; 10 barrels cholco now, $3 50.
Nothing doing outside ol'Jobblng ami
retail lots. There are no consignments
in the market to-day. Wo noto sales of
2000 pounds shoulders loose, 10jl0e ;
1000 pounds clear sides loose, 14fl4Jo;
1500 pounds sugar cured canvassed hams,
A man to canvass for sale of Howe
sewing machines. Apply to I). F. Ben
nett, corner of Commercial aveuue and
Ninth street. 0--4t.
BmmIUIU or Every lMelatUi
PHIL II, lAUP'A
Slenmer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Idlowlld, Evansvlllc.
" Arkansas Ik-lie, Evansvlllc.
" Belie 3Iemphis, St. Louis.
" ' Bismarck, New Orleans.
" Mlnneola, Cincinnati.
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Hickory, St. Louis.
" Fannie Tatum, St. Louis.
" Susie. Silver, St. I,otd.
' City ol Helena, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Thomas Shlrlock.Ncw Orleaiw.
" Thompson Dean, New Orleain.
" .Ste. Genevieve. Vlnksbura.
Towbont Etna, St. Louis.
Future City, St. Louie.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Padncah.
" Idlcwild, Evansvlllc
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
" Belle Memphis, Memphis.
" Bismarck, St. Louis,
" Mlnneola, Sfemphls.
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Hickory, Mound City.
" Helena, VIcksburg. '
" Fannie Tatum, Pittsburg.
" Susie Silver, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, SI. Louis.
" Thos.Shlrlock,St. Louis.
" Thompson Dean', Evansvlllc.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Lonls.
Tow-ltoat Etna, Pittsburg.
" Future City, Xew Orleans.
Jim Flsk, Paducah; City of Chester,
St. Lolfis; Cons. 3lillar, Cherokee, Cin
cinnati; Mary Houston, John A. Soud
der, New Orlsans.
niVI'K AND WEATIIKR.
The river last evening was IS feet 10 'i-5
Indies on the gauge, having risen 10 2-5
inches during the previous 48 hours.
-The weather has been remarkably
cold since Sunday morning, but was
clear nnd growing warm again last even
ing. The late storms have been pretty
general, and must cause a rise in tho
rivers above, though from present Infor
mation it will not be of any magnitude.
Tlie Arkansas Belle brought a fair
-Capt. Dugau and the Eekert may
possibly be hero in about ten days.
Tlie -Mary Houston took 8,574 pack
ages of Ircight and 125 head of stork into
New Orleans on her present trip.
-The Idlcwild Saturday evening hail
a good trip of freight and a big excur
sion trip of people. Her officers, espe
cially her clerks, weru happy.
A small hurricane, last Friday night,
passed over Cumberland Island, making
a patli in the timber, but fortunately
missing houses so far as heard from.
The new transfer boat, being built
by the Hownrds for this port, will bo
completed on the 20th, and arrive on tho
27th lust. Shu la a duplicate of the II.
The Thompson Dean rcshlpped all
her Cincinnati frleght on the J. D. Par
ker, but will go to Evansvlllc with her
people nnd If ho doea not meet a swell,
will start back Immediately.
The Xew Orleans Times of Saturday
"One thing wo entirely neglected to
state In reference to our interview with
Billy Brown on Thursday, and that was
Captain Abo Hutchinson has directed
him to call Into consultation four or
more of tho best oculists orthocity to see
If Ids (Brown) right eye cannot be saved.
Hu cannot comprehend that 3Ir. Brown
should be so indicted, nnd is determined
to use all available means to have his
eyesight restored to him If possible."
Win DirAitTMiNT, Kivaa ItxroiT, I
June7, l5. (
RTATiOKS. LOW WATER. A0e.
IT. !!. FT. IK.
I'ltUlmrff 3 t t
Cincinnati in 4 xl 0
Louisville an i
Mt. Louis .0 2 A
PILSENEJt at Louis Herbert's.
Open every day of tho week.
Owners of drays, water carts, wacron
or other vehicles, subject to license, will
please call at once on tlio city clerk and
procure numbers to corresDond with their
license, and those uot having license to
procure tnem immediately.
o-i-et. iv. si. wili.ia.ws, o. M.
Go to Wilcox's for strawberries.
We will take, at Iho St. clinics Hotel.
during the summer months, 60 day boarder,
at til Dor mouth, and 50 hoarders with cool.
pleasant room on the upper floor, at 930
per inoiiiu. ai mis extremely low rate.
none but promptly paying boarders will be
accepted. Jkwstt Wilcox Co.,
81-4-28 dm. Proprietors.
The Old Killakle.
I hereby announce to the public that t
am better prepared than over to accommo
date my patron, at the Central Hotel, ou
Sixth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues. I have taken a part
ner In tbo hotel biirlneis, lire. Appleman,
who has had cin.lderaMa experience la
that lln, and will not fall to mako gueita
foal at home. Die table will always be
upplfed with the best the nnrket afford,
terved up la the moit palatable manuer,
Board and lojglui,- per week, 94 DO ; iIobI'
roeali, Utn, to be had at all hour. I b
alto la counectlen with my hotel, a t
class barba.- ebop, end am prepared tr
customers a good ituV4, hair-cut, ab '
log, etc. 1 will run three chairs, r 4
employed ton.orUI aitlata who vier,M
their bu.lnau. Shivlng, lo'cr"' .bt''
poolug, 0 cent ; and b dr cut'f ' Ml''
Give mu a call. Pmo ' U0MI-
,i , ii'Fi-fiwMejei
ALL dead oareaaaM. TSJSHLHJSll
aawt to ttrowajhjSijw:
Hw roe pli. U mm TJ!rZi!Zlii.