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ASGALON LODGE. NO. Bl.w
. Knlahbt of tfythlat, aaeeUeVery rtl
day Bl(ht M hilf-pMt seren, in Odd
rtiiows imi. c Ki tc,
ALKXANDKH I.OO0K, NO, J4.
ftfe'- iBilapial -' Unkr of OJd-Ktl-tlBfafafl
Iowa. nxcU t very ThurUy nliht
PPPrl M balf-paai MTtn, in their hall ou
Commercial avtnae, between Mlxth and flcTantb
ttretis, Jons H UutSMAN, N, (I.
-1AII10 tNCAMI'JIKNT, 1. 0. 0, K., IhmII
'lu Odd-fellows' Hall on the nrat ami tblrtl
nusuaf lu mry iiioulh, at hair-paal men
Slack, u. r
A CAMOI.ODUf.'.XO 337, A. K A A.M.
rff Uuld jMulat communication In Ma
.tuala mm, earner Coiiimtrclsl uvtunt
' v aad KltfUtli alrtHgo the Msiud ami
cnrUi Mand.iT irt moaMi.
Ksenralvna, HIi-mIc. K, ,
The good pas,euger steamer, bannock
City, van . b chartered lor excursloni or
plcnict a( reikoaabla rates. A))1 tu
U-Hu ' " WaI.KkAA Nkilis.
A lull aoriment ul Kly Nets, Horsey
Coven and BlaukcU. as wall as a lull supply
ol all ether good lu our hut), at 10fi Com
mercial avenue, next dour to Theatre.
13 0-1.2w. 1,. U. AKIN A Co.
Dr. Selh Arnold' Cough Kllter-tU
-a t J
yreat eradlcator lor ai In tig dleaaes-
ptrlor remedy to all other medicine
dlaeovered, In severe easel. It li a Hire,
quick, and perfectly tutu remedy lor
coughs, cold, tore thrott, whooping cough
:ruup, auu all dlseutet of tlie tliroat and
luuga lte!all ilea, ,85 ami AO cent aud si.
Any bottle that doe not gfte'raUtf may lie
returned, aiidltiu uionry mill be refunded.
lit. Selh Aruold'S Dial rltuia UattaDi, 25 and
Wce'utji. geiuenitier It hi VwrBUd. Ar
nold's BUdoui 'Minn'raki llji "operating
without sickness aud pain'.1 Compounded
by Dn,ttb Arnold' Medical 'Cgrporattin,
Wo6nockt;" Jt. I. Sdtyjraui U.Seblin,
druggist, Cairo, lu ' IH-'ii-.'Inl.
Having again sUMlsbeil inytvlf lu tua
Lumbar butliiess'at tbeWafA Kut Mill,
1 am pit parol to sell lumberer all kluds,
lath and ihloglct at wholesale and retail,
and to offer ox r inducement at nil tlia,
(Uaraoleelnj tbo lawett pooiW price. '
aOi-Vll-lu). . J. M (liliBV.
ami tat alt rtM. . ,
Sir. l'hll II. Halip wlobea td annouoee to
hi Ir.'eudt aud the public generally, that
he hat lately tilted up, In excellent ktyla,
bit commodious and comfortable pnlora on
Washington avenue, near Kl(hth atrect.for
the entertalniiient of IUom ol our lllxnt
aud lb rout of mankind who Indulge In
It s rraam, oda water, roufectlouerie, Ac.
aud tbat lc l prepared to IuiiiMi to citi
zen! of Cairo, it home or at hit (urbr,
auythiuK'InhUllne. l'hll. Ii well known
to our citizen, and aa hU room .ire very
pleasautly fitted up, and a be can alwayo
be found at bin put, da) or lilUt, to look
after fjie welfare of bit cut3mer , we be
pabfor bisk tlmt cuatoiu s hich hi enter
prUe kerlti. lilt r tream and lemonado
are dellcloua, hit aoda waterlx noleuaUed
by any in the city, and aa far at confection
erlea are concerned, it anniioL J,e dnnled
that bit ttock Is alnaya the beat In the city.
4-Vl 4-1 ru
Efrrjr Mcten Tr,
phyVlolOKittt aay, the human body l en
tlrelf changed aud renewed, Every mo
tneut of oar llrec. every part of our lodle
Uweaajng out and La being built up anew
of fretli matter. Tbii work ia accomplished
by the blood which goea throus'i every
par U Jiut it tUu. blood .becotiie weak or
vitiated, and doc not perform It work
propyl ly, tbotyftein 1 actually poltpnej
by the worn'-out matter clogi;fiig the vital
organ initead'of' leTiwc the body. For
dviDenIa. blllouime. kidney, 'klu and'
Ilrer trouble, lavim, and all lMwtei arl
lng iroraTftlateil blood, im. Wai.kki,'
CAUroit.NU V'NKQAK UlTfKs are a mit
rrelKii remedy, M4tlw-4w.
Plann anal ti
CM. Kuhno deilraa u to say that he it
ready V receive ordem for 1'iano at.d Or
in ttiutnK, and rcplrio imislnd lntru
menu. vrdcM may bo lelt at the coiner ol
rhlrtccut and Walnut atreeta, or 1. O.
Ilox MO, aad will receive prompt attcullou,
Uv KudMsc Her.
Landlord! of botela and boarding buuet
Mill dud it to their sdvantage to call upon
ilri. Coleman, luudrc.t, o I'i Kourlb
ttreet, between Washington and Commcr
ulal areuue. Hotel aud boardltig-houae
waahlng,7AceatRprdo(aa. Kol piecework"
prScea are as tollowt: Hlngle thlrt 'and col
lar, U)e; per doxeu SOc; aoek &o; two col
lar i, 6c; two bandkerchlett, 5c; vetto 510c;
and all gentlemen' 'wear, tele. per
dozen. Ladle' drcatet, ib to Mc;
aklrU 10 to ttOtu drawer 10 to 15c; two
pair bono Be; two collar D to 10c. For !
diet' plain clothe! 11-00 per-doreu; lor la-
diet Une clothe, fl 'ia per dozen; done
drauiptly, aud promptlv delivered. Pa
'Wot lee of lleiuoval.
The well-known barber abop, corner
b'tchth and Commercial, prenldcd ov;r by
'.be popular arlit, (leorge Steluhome, ha
removed one' doorVorth on Commercial, In
.he Orand Oentral Hotel. The new shop i
.urge and commodious, aud thoae wishing
for anvlhluir artlttlc In the way of fashiore
able hair cuttlmr. imootb nlmves, etc., will
io well to call at the Grand Central Iiarber
Krank KratkT. of the Union liakcry,
Commercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth trcet, hat re-opened Ul bakery, d
la now prepared to dUv lrcad and Cake?
or the bestuuamy, aBywhire'b tke city or
roiiBtrv. inaushaaaUtUaj; hla custom-
ari mav dealre: ' made en
tlrely with rererjBWwr'i prcaenrFarU
tlmea ; in other word, cheaper than tf
' AIM 9A.tr .
I' -BtMflaUeNi f Piwmrrahlp.
'TU pirtBeraklp Uerelofcro oxUtlug be
twaanlt. W,. JUUer aD,,T, rPatker, un
der tbo atsrla of MUlet . , Parker, Is
thl day dtwolved by inutil agie)Mnt
.. K, HtlUBBdnttUoiu kay ig .purenaaeu im
.InteWofRnr. Mllfer? fBe bulnet! will
be cMrjed oBUBder the.rtyleof Parker A
CunuUmbaiu'. All debt due too late Hm
will b paM t ParkVe A CttMlmtbam, arid
tbeywttiMrall'ebUof (ka Slate tfrai'tw
1). T. PaBKKK,
CAIRO, IU., JUUC t, 1879. 0-5.1W
FltlDXTt JUNK 11 1876.
. i 1
i.arat Waaiker Reatart.
Cawb , I Li.. , J uii iv , l7i.
Wuu. I Vat. I Wbatblk
1II0MAH J0NK8, Sarit. S. M.. U. S. A.
?!tiflbirl' and otlur ltixiititis ol'llili
ilfM rlillon !ih tx4Hinilii clu-aii In oilr
' "l'h;iUd.iy(liool ni'liolan of tlm Af
rican' Mi'IIkkIM RiIcopal cliiucli will
hM.l n plili In to. MitQ-'ii I'nrk kmiii . '
I'll.NF.MKR Ml Itula HerWrl'a.
'1'hc City Cottui'll rcfiiM-d to grant the
prayi-r of On- lliUitr ilfiilern to reduce
tliflr lloetiM to ow hundred dollar wr
, AiiiiiiiUt ot Hip youinf ladle and jfi'ii
i(t)iDfii'Ol'CaIrlook a lilcaHuVe trip to
tuctu! ' cht'U, yeittrilay, anil rftiniifd
lulo lit tin rvt'iilug.
Tin bill pouters won out lu font' '
tor tnonilu, puttlug up poster lor
Coojier, Hally A iowpany's. Ug tUow
whlclt will t xliiWt at'clkrt V-tl"-'
aT for Nt. Liiietev $
Mrj. '.iit. Itllcy and and. tier t-Nter,
Mty. Ma-mi, of Ali'.xamlrU. Missouri,
who lia liocu vMtlng In tbl city lor
Mine time, left yiMiTilay nOernoou for
St. I.iul. on the City of Vlcksburjf.
Olllcer John Shecliati, who took livk
Martin, ultas Iilchanl Martin Shacklefonl,'
toDeervllli', Kentucky, returned on Wed
ndiiay afternoon. He ays Martin In the
ritfht man, and that he left him in the
(harp! of the authorities at Ittwselvllle'
.V flrst-cla cook white woman pre
ferred to whom k(0(I wage-, will
lie paid. Kniiture at Hu.i.r.i in counting
ruoui. il 1-1 w.
Klrke! by at Male.
Yesterday ai'tcruoou, u little colored
boy, named Taylor, was severely Injured
by helnir kicked by a mule, while put
titiK the harness on the nnlinal. The boy
U a erlpile, having- broken one of hit
nrtiw, which w.-w never proMrly operated
upon .111(1 became crooked.
Mellale, who ban been Kerioiuly III for
aevcral week, U, we are glad to ciy.con-
valeeriit. Ho luvt scttletl down Into a
lever "inlnu bot," anil la tltthl),' up hi
bott-c at the corner ol Commercial ae-
n ue. and Third Mnvt Into a neat hotel and
Judgd Hlrd. Who will deliver the or.v
tiou at this colored Odd-Kellows' eelebrn
llou, to lie held iu ChUuijjo oon, I now
rnfagcd preparing lor that event. Judge
Bird Is prououuceil one of the best color
ed opeakcis lu Southern Illinois, and will.
no donbtj jrfyc bN bearern on that oeca-
Mftunn addre-i vortliy ol name.
On In I.oulu HerberCa for PII.NE
Atlentlon, Kula;klM ! PyttiUft.
Then- will be a regular con veu-
vatlou of AacaJan Idge No. ri,
KulghbVof Pythian, held at their
CasUo Hall thin (Friday) evening
nt 8 o'clock. A full attetiilauit' desired,
Hi matters of great moment will be pre
sented for. conMderaUoii. yi-ltlug
KnlgbU conllally invited to'attend.
U tlx K. Hawkins,
lu another place In this lue of the
iiui.i.KHN, svlll bo found the advertise
ment of Fred. S. Haas, the proprietor af
ol the Original Cheap Store, on Commer
cial a venue, between KIghth and Ninth
utivetfl, In which he offers to the eoph of
Cairo paying bargains. , Mr. Haas has on
hand alargeaudcouipk'te utookpf goods of
every description, which he U determined
to rell, aud those who desire anything In
his line can be fully Mtlsll'jd by giving
him a cull.
Two ol the llscensed dog catchen, yes
terday morning, bad a big talk over a
dog which both ol them claimed to have
caught. The two youngsters In ques
tion, are rival lassoes, and are both said
to bo experts ot unusual ability In the act
of catching dog.si Theyjboth worked for
fully un hour trying to get the loop over
the dog's bead, and tltially; tli; smaller
an .ton& successful., The other lad,ee-
lug le had been be,nt, threw his wire over
llie, unprotected iiiilmal'.s .heail also, and
started 'towiu'd tbp;und with hint. The
Riiu(1l,rr'oi)e, seeing his rival' , game,
wouiditt.iMOt Abat way, aud the)' came
iioarhiuiHg'tlie: bruto to pieces,, ,Tbey
llu'aayrieUlcd the afl'air by agreeing to go
"halyeM" hut neither gave up his hold
iipQietiddlji 'until tbeyjhad tho tweuty
tlvi 'eehW divided equally, when they
w-cntWclr wiy rejoicing,
4 ,n r
llllcioua-PllJKNI'.K-t I.ouia Her
P- 'i&X'hug stotVeiivelopet at the lku.-
i.ki in otllce, $3 r n r M,
A correipondent ol the Slate IitffisUr,
wrltingio Hint paper Irom Cairo, speaks
thus ol tho future prosiccU pf pur city :
-"Iltilftoliijletl! QID(il9'.Giiiro& St.
Louis railroad, tho successful operation
PfetfcfiKfWliQlWV.i Jaokson (threat.
'i'exas rallroBiW, bava j Ikought i renewed
tAllty ,tp Cfth-p, wl, glvei ,to those
lonf-wamng aoui wao nave
Invested money In1 realty here, In
creased hopes oi early remunerative re
turns. The Cairo property trustees,
llxa, Tua. I
w.w 7I J
iVJl ' i
gathering n share of the Incrcaied vital
lly, have widely advertised their unsold
real estate (oeiaprlslng many , tholiand
are4),'aadolRr)eclal inducements In
price and locality 10 nil who may desire
to embark In any oflhe "productive In
dustries called for uv inn uecesmnes oi
tbo lower Mlwlsnlppl Valley. The In
ducements held out to this elans are
strong, and high hopes me entertained
that the result will be ceeit In the sn edy
Investment of large fliium of money lu
Wky 4'aaey fame tol'alro.
Dr. Casey, of .Mound Jity. has been
plkntltig lobac.-o' on Ids lartn ; but tbo
cilCwonnx are too much lor liim. He
ha;p)autcd three times till year, and has
been compelled to witness his labor! lost
because of the ludtittrious habits of the
cut worm. The other day he xaid to
"Those cut worin have cut my tobac
"Why don't yon get rid of them r"
"How the devil cull I do sot They
stick closer than a brother, mid cut to
bacco like a rn.or."
"Straugbu, the tobAeoo warehouse
man of Cairo," said Hambleton, "can
tell you bnw to got rid of the pests f vott
will nxk hlra."
Then Cawy reiiueatcsl Johnson to see
Straugbu and get the Information for
him, but Johnson said ;
'I can't. It' a tobacco grower's se
cret, and they tell each olher only, (let
Into the buggy utid go down with us and
ak .Stniughn youwlf."
Casey hates the cut worm, mid he con
cluded to flee to Strauglui for ivllef. He
got Into the buggy and arrived In Cairo.
They found Stnitiglm, mid Johnson
w hiked at him. Said Ca-y :
"Straugbu, the cut worms have been
ruining my tobacco. I have come to
Cairo to get yon to tell me bow to get rid
of the M-,U. Johnson tells me yon know
"I do," .said Straugliti ; "come here."
Then Strnuglm took Casey aside, and
whispered into lilt ear loud enough to be
beard by ull the "Iwy.s'' gathered
"Klrt, cat-h the worms ; then take a
club and kill them. Thl U Mire."
Then Hambleton laughed, Johnson
laitghel,Duniiiiig laughed, and all the by
standers laughed ; and Casey said, vexed
''Vott think you're d l Miinrt, don't
Hambleton wn not Injured much, and
Johnson will recovr from his wounds In
a week or two.
Catey returned to Mound City a wiser
man about certain tilings, but the cut
worm 'till ravages lu bis tobacco plant.
V. M. Hobertsou, of Chicago, was
at tlie IX'lmonlco yesterday.
A. Miller, ol New Orleans, was nt
the Delmonlco yesterday.
J.- It. Dare, of 4.;Mego, moiiihsI nt
the (J rand Central jenterday.
.lames II. Uayis, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
was at tlie Planters' yesterday.
CJeorge Q. Crewell,ol Masacbusetti-,
was at the St. Charles yesterday.
George K. Al.le, of New Vork, was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
C. A. Btisli.ol Foremau,'llllnols,was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
J. T. Winn, of Kvansville, was at the
St. Charles yesterday.
Marshall Keys, of Council Blults,
was at the St. Charles yesterday.
B. Harris, of Morley, Missouri, was
at the St. Charles, yesterday.
R. H. Wead, ot Lansing, Michigan,
was at the IX'lmonlco yesterday.
O. C. Bestz.ol New Orleans, was at
the Delmonlco yesterday.
Fred. Krott, of St. Louis, was regis
tered at tho Planters' yesterday.
A. Dewey, of Benton, Illinois, was
quartered nt the St. Charles yesterday.
Copt. P. It. Dolman, of Hickman,
was at the St. Charles yep tenia v.
A. C. Dlball, of Washington, Ohio,
was at the St. Charles yesterday.
II. G. Houck, ot Uloomlleld, Mis
souri, was at Hie St. Charlesycsterday.
H. Murray, of New Orleans, was reg
istered at the Grand Central yesterday.
J. B. niufon, of Charleston, was reg
istered at the Grand Central yesterday.
Mr. Saup, formerly of the Buuxtin,
Is now foreman ol the IVklu Jttpublican
11. N. Games aud wife, of Poplar
Blutts, was registered ut the DeJmonlco
A. P. Bryon, of Jackson, Tennessee,
was registered at the Delmonlco yester
day. D. I). Morgan, ot Jackson, Tennnes
see, was registered at the Delmonlco yes
terday. J. A. Mmllb, of Danville-, Illinois,
was registered at tlie St Charles yester
day. Joint Bennett, of Livingston county;
Illinois, was registered at the Grand Cen
H. Hoti'mtu and lady, of Chicago,
were registered ut the Planters' yester
day. P. H. Huntington, ot Greenville, Illi
nois, was ivglslerod at. the St. Charles
T. B,(llore, of Casey vllle, Kentucky.
was registered at the St. Charles yester
G. S. Williams, of St. Louis, nud John
u. Pall, of Chicago, were nt the St
J.B. T,enUoke, qft)i Uerpmnln Life
Insurance company, ot New York, was
t(rlatnrnil .it t... Ill ..
ouugu r. uross hiui r.,.i. u.ODorly
have been Invited to address Uic, Odd Fel
lows, of Slikvynelt4vy oit'he 3d of July,
and will probably, aoeept, the Invitation.
, ThLargri'lideiithtirtastlc, Mr. J. IV
'iWbarff, cdjr anpro'pWeWoif two pa-
persfbot week ly, -4aviHg-f turn c,d from
Waited Cairo to ruvlvo bis, moral natum
ana draw inspiration, from t)it Bui.i.ktin
ftVXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopeBattbo Buixrtik oOlce, printed,
$3 00 and IN 00 per M.
'. , . t . l . l , ' ' ; . . '
CaiMo, III., Thuhsiiay Kvwino.I
June 10, 1S75.
The weather has settled to a Summer
temperature again. To-day has lieon
clear and hot. A tine brtw in usual
from the southwest has pretented the
day Irom being very uncunfortable.
Some fears have been entertained that
tlie rains ol the hut few days would In
jure the wheat tbat Is now ready to cul
In Southern Illinois, hut n damage lias
been done as yet.
The market Is pervaded by a general feel,
lug of dullness that reaches to ull depart
ments with the exception ol white com
aud corn meal. Flour Is very heavy mid
dull, scarcely any thing doing and the mar
ket overstocked lu all grade. Hay U lu
some little demand for choice to Jill or
der, but a few cars' would 'lock Hie mar
ket'. Mixed com Is plenty and quiet at
76c lu sack". White Is scarce and want
ed and holders were asking an advance
to-day. Butter Is overstocked and dull :
prices must decline. Kggs arc dull and
unsettled ; prices falling. Poultry has
nil been taken up to this time on specula
tion, but there Is no local demand.
HajrOur friends should bear lu mind
that the prices here given tire uiuHy for
talcs from llrrt hands lu round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge nn advance over tbesf
't he market Is dull and dniKulug. The
demand is very small and prices arc un
settled. Sales are conllned to a mall or
der trade. Keeelntsaie larud and the
market overstocked. Sales were 100 bar
n-Is, SI fiO&i 50; 100 barrels, C y.
0 CO ; 300 barrels city, $5 XYigt ; !20l) bar
reis. jj ot,o ni.
Small ntelnts, with n moderate de
maud for choice to illl orders, keep the
market stiff. The supply Is very small,
An occasional car of choice timothy tlnds
nady sale at $22. Wu note sales of 1 car
choice timothy delivered, $22; 1 eaicholce
timothy delivered. $22 ; 1 car prime tlm
ttihy delivered, 21.
There is a steady demand for white
and light supply. The demand for mixed
to Illl orders Is only moderate. Thete Is
no shipping demand at all. We note wiles
of 2 cars mixed hi Kicks delivered. 7(ie; 2
cars white mixed iu sacks delivered, 7.Sc;
1 car mixed m kicks delivered, 70c; 1 car
white lu sacks delivered, SOc; C cars
mixed lu sacks delivered, 77c; 3 cars
white In sacks delivered, SOc; 1 car choice
white, Sic; 2 cars mixed iu bulk on truck,
Stocks are light and demand good.
Choice country steam dried meal finds
ready sale at $3 75(u;i 85. t'lty meal is
quoted rlOc higher. The market rules
steady and llrm. Sales were 100 barrels
$3 75; 100 barrels country steam dried
delivered $3 85; 300 barrels city steam
dried delivered $3 Rr3)3 0.
The supply offering Is small ailil de
mand light. Prices rule us at last quota
tions. Transactions are conllned to the
order trade. We note sales ol r ears in
sack delivered CSc; 2 cars In -acks de
The market Is overstocked ami very
dull. Prices have declined steadily tor
several weeks. We note sales to-day of
2 cars in sack delivered, $lt; 1 car in
bulk on track, $12.
Tlie market is heavy and dull and
sales slow. There is no butter iu mar
ket that would command 25 cents to-day.
Kecelptsare large and the market is over
stocked; this and the warm weather will
send prices still lower. S.des were 3 tubs
choice Northern, 23c; 3 packages choice
Iowa butter, 23c ; 2 packages Southern
Illinois, 20c; 12 packages choice North
ern, 22c ; 12 packages choice Southern
Illinois, IHc ; 10 packages e'lolce South
ern Illinois, 20.' ; 500 pound choice
The market Is overstocked and dull.
The demand has fallen off and prices
closed weak and unsettled to-day; 12e Is
quoted outside llgures. Sides were 400
dozen, 1212Jc; 300 dozen, 12c; NX)
Speculators up to this time have taken
all that are otlered, keeping the market
clear and prices llrm. When these buyers
leave tho market, prices must go down,
as there Is very little local demand. We
note sales oi 3 coops hen?, $3 75; 1 coop
spring chickens, $3; 2 coops bens $3 7D;
10 coops bens, $3 75; i3 dozen mixed and
hens, S3 253 75.
The fruit business Is at present con
fined almost entirely to strawberries. A
few lemons come In nud sell readily tit
$5 50, Tlierc are no oranges In market.
Strawberries found ready sale to-day at
$3 75. We note sales ol 20 crates straw
berries, $3-' 50 ; 111 crates strawberries,
$3 75 ; 20 crates Strawberries, $3 253 75 ;
10 boxes lemons, $5 50.
The market is full of old and new po
tatoes for which there Is no demand. All
are quoted diu QUI potatoes nt.$l per,
bushel and new Tit $-1 30 per barrel. , j
F1U) VISIONS. Si i
Nothing doing outside qf the jobbing
aild relHIl iraiie. .iu vwiisiniiii-iiis ncro
received. We note sales lu lots from
store of MOM f l.ar sides, llVHc; 1000
lbs shoulders, 101 e.
Correcte-l y K. M. Steam. comudMlOU
aaerrlit'di booreuuty or me iniro, uoaru oi
Klour, according to ifwle...
Corn, wired, aadud
tSS white, aoked.i.i-.-...
Mran, rr toB-..'.
Meal, atmui dried -
1'otatoet, ir barrel
Ool)i pir barrel
.. 0X37 w
...i Hi It
......13 bojS oi)
IiBHla K rrt lull riMIKNEK.
Sleanier .llm Flsk, Pnducab.
" rherokee, Clnclmiatl.
" (ity Vlcksburg, Vlclisburif.
" Maty Houston, New Otleaus.
" '(Irand Tower, St. Lqujs.
Tow-boat J. N. Krllngg,'Now Orleans.
" Ib e aud barge.s, St. Louis.
Steamer'Jlui Fisk, Paducab.
" Cherokee, New Orleans .
l; City Vlcksburg; St. Louis.
" 'Mary Houston, Cincinnati.
" , Grand.Tower, Meinph'ls.
Tow'-boat J. N. Kellogg, St. l.oni.
" Bee mid barges, St. LoiiN.
JamesFi.sk, I'ndiicali; Liberty No, 4
and barges, John A. Sciidder, Mluucola,
from tho South; Indiana, Arlington and
Thompson Dean, from the Ohio; Great
Republic, Ste. Genevieve, (Jen. Ander
oii, from St. 'Louis.
ItlVKK AMI WKATIIK.lt.
The river last evening was 21 ieit
7 4-5 inches ou the gauge, having rlen 5
inches during the previous 24 hours.
The rivers are reported rising nt Pitts
burg, Cincinnati and Nashville, but fell :i
little at Louisville and St. Louis.
Weather clear and growing hot.
The Allegheny nud Mouongabela
tire lioth rising at the head waters.
The Kddyvlllo has bud her mie re
paired mid If nil' up the Cumberland. In
search of more snag?.
The Cbas. Morgan took S.KII pack
age Into New Orleans, having dUehargiyd
500 tons at way points.
-There is a swell iu lied river. Fine
rain- fell over the region around Shreve
port, and crops an; very promMtig.
The hulls being built at Paducab lor
the machinery of the Lookout nud Burks.-,
vllle. will both be launched ou Saturday.
The steamer Andy Johnson broke
her starboard shaft nud ran through; her
self, knocking out both cylinder heads, at
Hannibal, the other day.
At Pittsburg they are talking of get
ting up a company under the State laws
for building a couple of light draft side
wheel boats for tlx: Pittsburg and Cincin
The James Howard's cargo to New
Orleans eonsistel of 22,WKJ packages,
which Included 5,000 sacks corn. 8.300
barrels Hour, 2,GU(I sacks oats and 0-V)
bales hay. She was to leave New Or
leas last Wednesday evening.
The body of a woman Is reported to
have been found iu the river several miles
below this city, Wednesday afternoon.
From u ring and other jewelry, It Is
thought to Ih! the body of a woman ot
the town, named Molllc Wood, w ho has
been missing lor several days.
Capt. Frank Stein, formerly of the
Charles Hod man n, has taken charge of
the. otllco of the ludlatin, Mr. .M. Crox
all luvlug retired. It Is Mr. Croxall's
Inicittfvii iu jju Iiiiu mjtlic Uiiinr?i n-liwn-,
He has tried to quit the river several
tline.i before, but has not succeeded so
W'AK Uai'AHTUKNT, ltl EK lUl-OHT, (
'June lu, IS7.V j
STAIlOMn. LOW WATCH. l"!,u"-
rr. IN. rr. in.
ritulmri; 4 t a
Cincinnati Vi ; A xl 11
LouUvitU a II I
HI. LsiuU 19 10 - '.'
nr ThU In Mind.
Dr. Jeuuelle, during the present school
vacation, will pay particular attention to
tilling aud treating tidldren's teeth. Par
ents whose children may be suU'eriug
with their teeth, please bear this in mind.
A uiiiti to canvass lor
sale of Howe
.scwhigmarhin.es, Apply to l).F. Iten
eU7 corner of Commercial tivenuo and
Ninth stn-et. C-t-4t.
MaaaBalU vrEvorjr arrltlon
111 ii. ii. sAuru
At the Uullktin' binder' UfmunU-rs,
bound lu two volumes, full gilt inor
rocco; cot $-11 ; for sale at $10.
Situation lu a grocery store, feed ttom
or saloon. Can loan the proprietor
$1,01)0 or $1,500, If well secured. Kn
qulro at 01 Ohio Leveo or tit this nlllec.
Wll.t, be rrn-Unl at my olHci- until Tuesitij,
.hint! '!.M, IN7S, tor lilt the IlilliU-r 111.
city limy ir-iulie iluriiiK tlie iirvoeiil Osi-ul yimr.
I.mulNrto lie gmal while or unrrouL, fue fioni
sap or bud knots, unit to lie ol aiieliilliiieiiiiliiiiH
notexrHllng-l wt In ItnKtti and to bo ilellv-eii-d
in Knell iUantllli'.-i ami ill mu-li IUiii'Suh Hit
i.MiiitiilllM nn rilfcftii niiiv lUnvt.
1 'ITie i-ltv rreserve tho riuht to njs-t uny nnil
'all Mil WM fKANCII A.VI.KV.
1 City Clerk.
UUIO, JUUUU, JBi.l, , . ,
A 'Jt .
Meeting of the Stockholders
'Oairb StfLo'iaBUnatl Company.
,lDOlflilC liotic'a ta liiinfcy ttiHhkiit there will
J. hlwhtldallnHdiKttir thf stoASiililirsorthe
Culro A Kt Lonlt.Jtallrond. fiorapuiiy, t lb
atallonbouof,iialil ooiuMiuy,iu, Ihc city ol
Km( Hi. fHii. la ta eouuty af. hi. Clair and
8tnt or Illinois, on
Mouilay tlie itb Iy ur June, A. D.
: ; i . t ' $Bf , 1
at the hour ofelcvtu o'clock a. in., for tbo pitr
um of Uuu aliu .there; tlcctlnK.by said utock-
LTiUar diui dlmclur fur salu roinnoiiv lor the
eiunlns- ear, unci Iheii uml there transacting;
such oilier bulnet aiierlabilaK to Mtlitiootn
luny us klmll come beior uhl nnsthifr.
'M fhll-attendance nfall Uw iloekhulilm In
:kktit colUIMUy 1 rMMtfertanil mneh detlml .
Dalrd, till 0th ility of May, 1873.
. J.W.H.VVIN, "
-m. 'in-' mwmiiC' LKW1S,
W, S, WKAItLa,
V. . CANDA. ,
y. JB. ABiaott,
Stotkhoiaera 0, A SI, L. , It. Co
i 4imJH-4tlUt '-1 f .j-.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
SELLING OFF AT COST!
flie Entire Stock of Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Em
broiderlers and Parasols, will be Sold at Cost. Must be sold
within the next sixty days. Now is the time to obtain bargains.
This is no Advertising Dodge. Bring your money and get
Plf-SKN'KU at Louis llerbcil's.
Owners of drays, water earls, wagons
or other vehicles, subject to license, will
please call tit once on the city dork nud
procure numbers to correspond with their
license, and those not having llcen-s.' to
1 1 roe 1 1 re (lu-ui Immediately.
(i-l-fit. W. M. Williams, ('. M.
Go to Wilcox's for strawberries.
BY OUB VRIKND AT THE C0BNEK.
Ilnlw. 'iit. Clotlilnir, Ac.
I. Wiilder. at the comer of Ohio Levee
aud Sixth street, known to some as "our
friend at the corner." has
slaughtered'' high prices hi Hats, Cups,
and Clothing. He Is -.elllug at great bar
gains, a fact that make some dealers tccl
as If they were shot or htrnck by light
ning. Call on him, and price Ids goods,
for which he does not owe a nleUle.
We will take, at Ihu St. Chariot Hotel,
durlut; tho summer months, 50 day bojmler,
nt Si2 per mouth, andftO boarders with cool,
pleasint rooms on the upper lloor, at i.Kl
per month. AttuU extremely low rate,
iiono but promptly paying boarders will bo
accepted. JKWKTT WILCOX it Co.,
rw Vea;etnbp Nlnml.
Frank Ouncbcr will tlds morning open a
new vegetable stand on Elfhth trcet back
of Chrl. Hanny's store, whrre lresh vege
tables and tlth will be sold to customers at
lower prices tbun any other place In Cairo.
Ul vecetttblci arc rdscd In Ul own gar
den.hu vatvlies bis own Uh, and can there-
foro guarantee them frtub; aad ho can at
lord to umlreJI all competitors'. Ulvehlni
a call. US-t.
All pomous within the corporate limits ol
Ihc city of Cairo are hereby requesteil aad
notltled to oleattse their premises insido of
Hve days from this date. .V failure on tlia
part of any occupant or owner of any house
or lot to obey this notice, will be arrested
and lined uuiler tlia ordinances of the city.
Persons can deposit tho rublil-Ulii ii pile on
the streets duiluj the term of this order
(bciug live duys,) wheu it will bo removed
by the city authorities.
Further, ou and after tho fltli of duuo, all
persons arc notlllsd uot to Icate swill or
ilops reuiulmng upou tUclr preiul-ei, but
deposit tb satno every morning m a box,
keg or barrel iu front ofhls or hur house,
whence it will be removed every morning
(Sunday excepted) by the city garbage cart
IIenuy Win inn,
Mayor (ity ol Cairo.
Cairo, June Mi, I8T:. d 0-M.
iXX WooiUtock envelopes at the
lln.i.KiTN otllce. $:t IH) per M.
A sill er plated No. 9 Wibou Shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) tlnlth, valueil at
t&. Will he old t if'io discount, ou good
terms, and ordered direct from tlie factory.
A No. II Wllien Shuttle; Sowing Machine
valued at $7.V Will be sold at l." discount
uud ordered direct frcm the luetory.
A $00 Itcmlngton Bowing Machine-90
oil' for cush. Stiltalilo for tailor or boot and
' r'OK SALI".
At a bargain, and on good term, a Howe
.Sewing Machine. May be seen ut the Com
pony's oilicc, corner ,Nlutn street aud Com
"licturesiiio America" IS numbeis
bound in - volumes, full ttllt Morocco ;
A Btyls "K," ''Clotigh, Warren X Cu.V
Parlor Organ, right from Ihu factory at Or
trolt. I.Ut price, 300. Will be sold for
A new two-horse Gamble w agon
For any of the nbqvc, articles, apply at
tlie Uullktin oillce. K. A. HiiKNurr.
The oelcbraied t). K.'.Bcaliug Wax, for
.waling fruit ean best In use; also
Faver's Improved axltigivae, anil a large
stock pf tleo. F. DaviiUmi A Co.'s shir
barn's.: tilso Millet Uud irilugarliin grass
Hi-e'd' on i dalill and for sale by
OS-iU. Sr u. r kin A Until.
'Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief foryoting neu' fr m the ef
fecta of error and abuses lu early life.
Manhood restored., ;Ii8pediuieiiti to mar.
rlage remova).' Naw MMtkod di trcatmttit.
Naw .aad remarkabl remedies. Uooka
tutloi hayktf a hlfk wputtOiaai for Jlono
at M cMunet uu sroietaioBai sain,
and circulars sent Iree, In sealed ouVfllopa.
"A romnlete I'letortal lllatorr ut
'rtru-n "Tli brat, rhmawtt, nn
moat aurctaaful family Pitper
in t unlti " '
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Weekly is read at lenst by half it million
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prcsncs decided views on political uud so
vlul problems. bouNvllle Cotirlerilourual.
Its articles aro models of lilgb-toncd dis
cus don, nnd Its pictorial illustrations are
often corroborative argument of no small
force, N. Y. Examiner ami Chronicle.
It)- papers Upon existent questions aud its
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Address UAlU'EltA HllOTUEUS. N. Y.
Thn udiertUer, a retired physician, hav
ing providentially discovered, while a Med
ical Missionary in Houthcrft Alia, a very
simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy and
permanent euro of Coimuuptloii, Athuia,
Bronchitis, Cuturrb, and all throat and luug
affections, also a positive and radical spa
cllle. lor Nervous Debility, Premature De
cay, and ull Nervous Complaints, feels It hU
duty to tuako It known to hit suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this 'motive, he will
cheerfully send (Iree of charge) io ull who
desire it, the receipt for preparluV, uud lull
direction for hiieiussfully uiug, this provi
dentially desired remedy. Those who with
to avail themselves of tho benefits ol this
discovery without cost, cm do so by return
mall, by addretslng-
DH. Oii.uii.ks V. Maksiull,
Ul Niagara Street.
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