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AJSCAI.ON 1.0IKJK, NO SI.
Knljrbt of I'ytlilni. meets every Frl
0r night nt lmlr-ast seun, m Odl
Uwnrollor ( 'omnia tid-r.
I-- at liir-,ast Mst.0., I" 'l l.r li on
Commercial aTrnitr, iM-twce" nulii ntid fCH-utti
tied .Ioii UoiM4V, N. IJ,
"UlUO KNCAMl'MN'T, I. O, O. '., mnlfi
Win UiM-Ftllowa' iM nntne nratand tul
IMcmJuj In rmr montli, at lialf.piut tim
C K Slack, c. 1'.
ACAlHOLOIiaK. NO. 2J7.A.K. A A. M.
Hold rtfulnr riimmuiilmf Irmft l,i Ma.
7U mIo II all, corner CommrrcUt nwrjur
, r-'K"i nmi, on mr ni-ona aiw
BY OUK FKIEND AT THE COllNEK.
HuU, Cup, C'lulhliic, ilr
I. Wnldcr, at tin; corner of Olilo I.ew
ami .Sixth sUcet, known to omc as "our
fnend at tho corner." has
"ihughtcrcd'' hlghpiiee9lii Hats, Cap,
and ( lothlng. lie Is selling at great bar
fain", a fact that makes some dealers ieel
ai 11 they vv shot or struck by light
ul NIC- Call on hint, anil price lilt good",
.tor which he Uhs not owe a trickle.
I'lLNKSKItm l,oulv If-rberr-..
Wo will tike, at the St. (Juries Hotel,
during the summer months, 50 day boircr,
at til per month, andM) boarders with root,
pteasaut rooms on the upper lloor, at i.Vl
ptr montli. At this extremely low rate,
none hut promptly pa)rr, boarder will be
accepted. JKWETr Wn.cnx .V Co.,
! aTEwry leiHilloii
I'll II, II.SAIT'.S.
.tli-M ! -Sls-nl !
Having nought; out; the Interest of
Ko'hlor tiro, hi tin meat bulncii, I atn
prepared to luriiMi tho people of Cairo, a
Tf II at tcatuboat-, with thecboirc.lmcats
the market ailurds, and alt tboso wMilm- to
hare their meats delivered at their home,
ran he accommodated. ltopeclfnl!y,
0-I-tf. l'llll. llOWAllli.
Kxriir-ilonx, IMcuIra, l.'lc.
'I he good pas-enger steamer, llinnock
City, ein tie chartered lor excursion or
picnic at reoonablc rate. Apply to
C-!-lm Walkkii."; . Skims.
Urt ( lirr Ural.
lr. Selh Arnold's Cousli Killer the
Kreat eradlcator tor a I luri diseases a su
perior remedy to all other medicine yet
discovered, In everc cites. Jt l. a Mire,
'pilot, and perfectly Mfo remedy lor
coughi, colds, ore tbroit, whooping cough
jroup, and all dhfftKci of the Uiroat and
luu;. Itetall price, W and !0 ccntu and $1.
Any hottle tint due not give relief may be
returned, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. Hetu Arnold's DIarrbua Dul.im, 'J.-, and
COoentt. ltemamhcr It l vurrntcd. Ar
nold'. IIU Ioui llindrake Pllli, opcratlni;
wUbout khknen and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Sctb ArnoldN .Medical C'oruorathn,
Woontocket, It. I. yolJ by Paul (1. Sehuh,
drilfgltt, Cairo, lit. n.r.?ru.
1efXK Amber and White ray stock
envelop ntthuliULi.r.Tiv otllc', printvil,
$:i M) and S4 DO per M.
Uu Mm! ."ice lcr.
Landlord ot hotel and boarding hour
will tiuil it to their sdant.ti;p to call upon
lr. Coleman, Limulrc'ii, No 12 Fourth
itrcct, bctwcdD WuMilnlou and Commer
cial avcnuci. Hotel and liOirdlnq-hotiie
wathlns, Tscent'pcrdozcn. l'ui piecework
price are ai follow-, : Slnlo hlrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen SCc; ocki &c; two col
lar, tic; two handkerchief, Tic; vctti "Oc;
and all gentlemen' wear, 80o, per
dozen. I.adlen' drd-fo, "' to 60c;
klitilO to 20c; drawer 10 to Sc; two
pair hole Ac; two collar 0 to 10c. Kor l i
dlei' plain clothe $1 00 per dozen; for la
dlcD Cue clothei, St i'i per dozen; dntio
dromptly, and promptly delivered. 1'a
Xollrr of llttiiiutnl.
Tito wll-kr.ora barber chop, corner
ihghth and Cuinmercial, ptcfldcd ov.'r by
.he popular arti-t, Oeorfju Stelnhouii, ban
leinovcil ono door north on Commercial, iu
.he Grand Central Hotel. The new tio. U
arge and comnodtou, aud thoe wishing
lor anything it ti-tlo In the way of fuMilon.
ible hair cutting, smooth 'have, etc., will
Ho well to call at the Otand Central Harbor
I'nluu Halt fry.
Krauk Kratky, of tho Union itakety,
Commercial avenue, between fourth and
Sixth btrceti, has rc-opened hit bakery, and
ii uowprepaicd to deliver lire J and Cake
jf the bi'it quality, anywhere In thu city or
aouutry, in tucb qtiantltlci hi IiN oiMoni
en may dcalr?. I'llopiw lll bo midc en
tirely with refcrjuco to tho promt hud
time's In olher word, choaper than tho
cheapett. Send In your orderii.
A silver plated No.O WINou Sbuttlo Sow
In; Machino, hard (piano) linlth, valued at
f S5. Will be mi hi at ?20 dl-count. on 'r'ood
terin-, and ordered direct from the factory,
A No.!) Wllwn Shuttle sowltn; Machine
valued at t'.'i. Will bu nold Bt e.l.' dlcuunt
and ordered direct I rem the tactory,
A OiKXltomlncton BcwlDg .Machine
oil" for cih. Suitable for tailor or hoot und
At a baij-aln, hiuI ou gnoil term, a Howe
.Suwln Machluc. May bo eeu at the Com
pany' oillce, comer Ninth itreet and Com
mercial. KOK SALK.
'l'lr.lUMtriuo America" 4S nttmicrit
bound tn 2 volume-, full gilt Moroccos
AftyU"r2," ''Cloush, Warnut A Co.'s"
I'ar'.or Organ, rlk'ht from tho factory at Dt
trolt. I.l.t price, 300. Will b lold for
"Xnew two-horno Gambia wagon.
S'fl,oruy of 'ue hove articles, apply t
tllf UUU.ETIN oOlcc. U, A. lll'UNETT.
SUNDAY, .IL'XK i, 1H75.
I.urnl Wrnthrr Report.
Caiiio, III., Jnuelii 173
Un. I Tiia. I Wtxii. I Vru I YVsATtim
MjSai I To " I U V. . T" I HvyKala
W.VfUi TO' iH. K, U 1UIU,
V.9vl ri' I X, 2 -lUmiily.
Italnfull 1.34 Inenri,
1 HUM Ah .lO.NKi, Sergt. S. H.,V. t). A.
Louis Ilrrbert Him VI LntrXT.H.
A it. II
'I'litrv will Ik' a nicvUtur of the Ancient
Order of Hibernian at their roonm Mon
day evening, 21t InM.,nt "i o'clock.
I). J. roi.r.v, Sccretiiry.
Wunre told hy Oillccr.Sheehaii that on
Friday cviilng, n unenk thief entered the
railroad housi, corner of KlL'hteenth
itrpctand Commercial avenue, ruitl lole
a watch bcloiixlnx to one of ilic hoarder'.
From thu Dufjuolii Tfibant'i icoort ol
the aeinl-anuual ineetlnjj of thciuedlral
men of Southern Illinois, held In that
city on l.it Wi-ilnesdny, we learn that the
next convention ol thesis L-entleuicn will
! held In Cairo next January.
It should not ho forcotten by the
mcmlK'n ol the Hou-'li and Heady Flrc
Company that there will ha a meetlii'' of
MM company, to Us held f.n .Monday
evenln'f, for thu purpose of ilccldln-;
wliellier or not they will attend tho ue
oration at Murihyfhoro on the nth of
Irllrlni-lIKHi:.M:ilnl I.miU rr.
l- Jlio lln.-t art lulu of Knlad OH at
Chief of Follco Willlam-i inlorniH iu
that the remain of Charles Kckbaum, tho
youtiK man who wasdrowned nearMnund
City, at thi loit of Cache Maud, l.nt Sat-
tiruny, win rccoverwl on Friday uvcnln?.
near Hulinunt, about twenty mile below
Tho who love to rest their ''az.; nnon
beautiful pieces of handiwork, should
drop Into Ilobln-.' M.ime Il.iwr, aud take
a look at thu bvnuttlul little Mlliiiv vend
to Im 'ecu theiv. UN u fine niece of
incchaul-in, aud llolhlenco1tlhl hullder
mmy hours of toll.
The colored Odd-Fellows of Cairo
Egypt Lodpu So. 1GC7, will leave on
board the ttcauicr Ilanuock (!ltv. ou
rueiday tnornlii!,', for Paducah, where
they will participate in a picnic to bo
given by the nc-mber-t ol the order of
On Thui 'day cvenlnir, between tho rcl-
lenceof Mr. lloraci) llannou, nn Ninth
irvi and trie St. Vtiailet Ifvicl, n p. .1.1
chain bracelet. The Under will be liber
ally rewarded by leaving the sime at .Mr.
Hannon'-i book store, on Commercial av
Will ao to lllrillbiro.
Forty inenilKTi of thu Delta City Fire
company will go to Murphboro on the
fifth of July to participate In the festiv
ities at that place on that day. .Mayor
H Inter ha? granted theiu prinUslon to
lake their npparatu-t, nod there h no
doubt they will present a line appearance
on the occailou.
After A Tiller.
Samuel Orr, a detective from May.svillo,
Kentucky, in company with .Mr. A. 1.
I'owers, aUo a eitl.em of Mayvllle,
parsed Ui rou i:h thU city yc-terd.iy inorn-
Iny. They were on their way to Cape
Girardeau, for the purpOM) of ecui'In a
thief who had tolen a mule from Mr.
Powers, a short time ago, and whom-
they expect to find at tho latter place.
tyCi'eindnc Coiwref water In bottles,
nt Schuh drug 'lore. 2,"i cent per hot-
Two lurnhhed room, with or without
board. Inquire nt Joi:rii Smith's fur
niture -tore, Commercial avenue.
Ono of the saddeit oceuteneeft that
ha lallen to our lot to chroniele.happened
yestenlay afternoon about four o'clock.
A little nevru year old daughter of ilr.
Thomas Foley, who ivtldv on Twen
tieth street, took a bucket and went to
tho eUtern to till It with water. While
atlcmptlug to draw the water, she lost
her balance, and fell Into the cistern, and
drowned before nsslstauoo could reach
That unlucky darkey, Ulack l'oolc, wa
released from tho city jail Friday tiller
noun, alter having served a term of lui-prIsouinentoftweutj-pevcHday.Though
the Jail Is not obnoxious to lllaok Poole,
having been an lumato of Its dungeons- so
olten, theeool, pleasant breezes of Friday
evening ltiiplred him with a Icellug of
playfuluess, and awakened In his bosom
a de.slro to have a good time.
He accordingly scraped together
tho sum of forty cent-., got drunk
a$ a lord, and laid down on thu lduwalk
to sleep It oil'. Hu was found by Olllcc.r
Schuster, while In this condition, who
picked him up und again put him where
tho dogs won't bite him, lu his old quar
ters lu tho lock-up.
We arc receiving ;tnd oiler at low
price, Falrbank & Co's and N. Shaef
fer Iletlneil l.nrd, In tlercef, barrcU,
halt barrels, kegs nud buckets, and
Woods, Vlcks & Co' Granulated and
standard "A" Sugar.
0-10-it SntATTos & Dtmi.
ft5"Gciiulno Congress Spring Water,
put up In bottles only, for ?alo atScltuli'
drug store at 53 50 per dozen,
There will be tho uiuaf service at
the McthodUt church, comer of Klghth
and walnut street?, this morning and
cvenlhg. The Hcv Mr. Wallar will con
duct tho service'.
Service a untal at the Church of
the Hedwmer, Hcv. Mr. Gilbert, rector,
on'.Fourtecnth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, this morn
ing aud uvcnlng. Tho subject of the ser
mon In tho evening will be, "Thu Teach
ings of Nature, respecting the Chu rch."
nig reduction in prices ol Feather
Duster, at Schuh'fi drugstore.
The ult ol Coyne m. Harlman,
brought to recover for bodily Injuries In
itiated by the latter upon the former
about one year ago, terminated In a verdict
ot not guilty lor the defendant. This was
the second trial with the same rcnult.
Ou yesterday the case of James
H, Clay V s. Wall and Cut wa tried by
tho court, and a Judgment given In
favor of the phdutin.
The trial or the Milt of Paiker A.
Parker w. Wall and F.nt was begun, but
a partouly ot the evidence heard up to
the hourot adjournment.
It I thought court may ndjouru for
the term ou next Saturday, although It
may continue until tho Saturday follow
ing. The KoiiuIin for Murptni'-ilHiro.
The Hough and Heady fire company
will hold a .spcci.il meeting on Monday
night to consider an Invitation to go to
Murphyboro, with npparatiw, on .Mon
day, ."'Hi of July. A lull attendance of
the company at tho meeting 13 desired.
Hy order of the company.
J. Gr.o. Sn.iNiiorsK,
Secretary pro teni.
Nuiall I'm In Alinn
The small pox, which has disappeared
from among the people of Cairo, has
found It.) way to Anna, and Is i-ald to bu
prevailing to an alarming extent lu that
village. It was carried to the city hy a
party ol movers, who camped lu the
woods Iwrdcriug the town, and who
went among the ultl.cus daily to buy
provision-. Mr. James J. Toler, the
City Marshal ol Anna, was lu Cairo on
Friday, for thu purpose of luring nurses
who understand taking care ol small pox
patient'', to go with him to Anna, and
take charge of those who needed atten
tion, and took with him three person
to till that ojpacity. S veral deaths have
occurred within the past week.
An i:i 'iliwint Ion.
Tho Mound City Journnl, iu one of its
huuiorouily clanderou- moods, ald that
"moru travelers m-tu to select Cairo for
the spot at which to rid thcuiclves of
the burdens of the world than any other.
There they either take the dark leap out
of life, or go to the penitentiary." Thu
Egyptim Prtn cays : "How is this any
wayV Can you explain, llro. Obcrly ?'
Of course. Cairo being a good place to
live iu, Is a good place to dio out of or
go from into the penitentiary.
The resident population neither
dlu nor go to thu penitentiary, and Cairo
would'not therefore ever be heard of either
III MCII orilOtlH-lfsrrt--i,. w -
Mimal traveler, who, lu an ecstacy of en
joyment at getting out of Paducah, com
mit suicide here, or, disgusted when he
learn-: that he Is in the State that con
tains Williamson county, goes to stealing
aud find lodgment lu the State prison.
The V. A-V. Konil.
The .Vuh says : "A Mick and the IJi'r.-
luii.v go for the Iteeelvcrs of the C&
V. H. It. Co.," and then says " Wo wait
to f ee wliat the Heoeivers will do about
It." Tho Sun knows what they will do
about It, and the Idle threat that the
track will bo taken up If people do not
stop complaining that It ought to bo put
into the condition provided
hi tho contract with the company.
will frighten nobody. There I- no
reason why the Hecclvers should permit
tho track to obstruct tho avenue, aud
even his highness, Judge Treat, has no
right to authorize the Hecelvers. lu the
face of an injunction of our circuit court,
to put down side tracks on Commercial
avenue. The Heeclyers are doing the
best they can tor tho lutere.ts they rc-
rescnt, but the city has certain rights
which Morgan and Wluslowand Wilson
have no right to trample upon even un
der the protection of Judge. Treat.
A Tiirklnh I'rlexl.
The people of thU city are somewhat
exercised to know who and w hat the
stranga ludivldutl who perambulated
about tho streets on Friday and Saturday,
dressed lu thu garb ot a friar, Is and
what he wants, lu reply to their Inqui
ries we will say, that he Is a Hulgarlan
missionary, iiamedA.X. F.xpcrldan, who
has traveled in nearly every country, In
cluding I'crsla.'Arabia, Itindoostan, Pal
estine, China, Japan, "Turkey, Kast
India and Mormondom. He Is a native
of Hulgaria, aud was forsome time a slave
of tho Turks ; he was ransomed with hi
family, by the Hussian government at a
cost ot tlilrty-llvo thousand dol
lars, and educated by thu same
at St. Peteriburg, Constantinople,
Oxford and Paris. Ho speaks fluently
thirteen languages. Iu ISM ho becamo
a priest In tho Greek Church, and iu 1SG3
wa employed by that church at a salary
of one hundred and fifty dollain per
month to make a tour of tho earth, by
which he will he enabled to write a his
tory of mankind. His appearance is
singular. His costume I of the
simplest character, consisting o'
a long black muslin dress, a red flannel
cap, fitting cloKcly upon tho crown of his
head, aud a pair of coarse leather shoes.
Ifo seems tho personification of stoical
self-denial and economy. Ho has visited
every city aud town ol any note lu
America, and Is now nbont to finish up
his travel In this country. It. I his In
tention to deliver a lecture In tho Liberal
Kcllgloui Hall this evening, which will,
no doubt, bo of unusual Interest and
liciieflt to all who hear it.
At the Uulletin bindery IS numbers,
bound In two volumes, full gilt mor
roceo; cost $11 ; for sale at S 10.
Narntoffit flprlnt l Cairo
llarclay Brother have the year round,
a usual, and especially diiflng the-heated
term, n lull supply of Kxjelslor Spring
ater on draught, lre.h Irom the spring
t Saratoga, NeWfYyrk, received direct
from the proprietors lu'siif tight reser
voir lined with pure blot-It tin, thu In
suring all tho freshness aid purity that
characterize thl delightful and heathful
Water when drank, it It flow from the
Barclay Brother, for six ycara past,
have drawn the"nxeeh.or" from these
reservoir at their counter, on the levee,
and Its virtues and beueCt a a medicin
al and pleasant bevera-'e arc too well
known to tho citizens of Cairo to call for
further favorably mention. Kjpt ou
Ice. For sale nlo ii bottle?. . They also
have In stock th Genuine Conorkss
Si'RtNO Watek, lo bottle .only, which,
when wanted, thy will supply at S3 25
per dozen. J
A very pleasant feature oftheoclal life
of the city, during! the past month, has
been the various ri-cptlon given under
dlllerctit auspice, lut all of them greatly
enjoyed by those vt io have participated.
Commencing with tho very pleasant one
held by Miss Thompion and her pupils
at the Thirteenth Street school house,
three week ago, followed by the delight
lul gathering ol the happy llttVi ones ui.
der the able charge of .Miss Hogers and
.Miss PhlllU, at tho residence of S. P.
Wheeler,. Kq., where the parents and
friend enjoyed the occasion a mush its
did the children; that of the gradmtlng
class and pupils ofthe high school, un
der the skillful and kindly
supervision of Mr. and Mrs Alvnrd,
finished up with pleasant; festivities the
working year iu tho public schools. The
reception the following week by the Wo
man's Club aud Library Association to
tho Taylor Literary Society, although a
quiet and unas-urnlng eiitertalumcnt,wns
ono of the most successful and eiijoyaMe
of the season. It was held lu the parltrs
and library of the president of tho Chb,
and thu members of both societies wire
out lu full force, tltc young gentlemen ai
the Literary Society showing their appre
ciation ofthe compliment tendered then,
by being on hand promptly with thdr
young lady friends, whose charming til-
leU and pleasant company added great.
to the enjoyment of tho "evening. Cake
and Ice cream were enjoydd, as a matter
of course, but still more was the "least of
rea'on" furnished in a short but beaut!
ful poem by .Mis, .Mary McKce, and an
Interesting and able essay, entitled "Live
for Something," very finely read
by Mrs. Dr. Smith, whoso
noble sentiments and beautiful thoughts,
elicited tho highest compliments from all
present. Soma beautiful music, both vo
cal and Instrumental, furnished hy the
youug people finished the exercises, nnd
terminated an evening long to be remem
bered by all who enjoyed it. Lat but
not least, came the reception given to the
pupils of the Parish school by the Kev.
and Mr. C. A. Gilbert, at the rectory,
on Seventh street, on Thursday evening.
Thu school closed Its first term In a fiour-
1.(1111-; witnuMi, nmrtnn-t letieiir, -mm..
pupils enjoyed the reception heartily.
The handsome grounds of thu rectory
were beautifully Illuminated with Chinese
lanterns, the croquet ground In per
fect order, and the beautiful
and delicious refreshment, and kind
hospitality of the rector and his good
wife, all conspired to render It a happy
occasion for the children to look hack
upon. A pleasant feature of the even
ing was a happy surprise, enjoyed by nil,
when Miss Jenny Gash stepped forward,
and, with a neat little speech, presented
Mr. Gilbert with a beautiful case In a
silver standard, containing a lovely
boquet of fiowers as a token of the
alfectlou and appreciation of his pupils;
while MUs Luella Llnegar, immediately
after, did the same to Mr. Taylor, his
able and faithful as.sM.iut. To complete
the matter, little Mary Baker very pret
tily made her bow and address to Mr.
Gilbert, with a handsome remembrance
In tho shape of a pair of vases and per
fumery, jo Misses Nettle Schutterund
Jenny Gash much credit Is due for ar
ranging tho surprise so nicely. Sv
List of letters remaining uncalled for
In the Post Ofllce atCal-o, Illinois, Satur
day, June 19, 1873.
Anderson Louisa, Barnes Delilah,
Bray Mary, Corwiu Elizabeth,
Ilogan Carrie, Kxowltou Mary,
Ivors Elizabeth, Martin Caroline,
Porter A. F.., Purcell Ella,
Purcell Ifatie, Porter Matilda,
Koss Maud, Koopo Hchceca,
Banks D. P., Brook Simon,
Capel II. J., CotoM. A.,
Cornian W. F, Downs II. II.,
Day F. B., FrcamJ Andrew,
Fl-dicr J. O., Grclllu George,
Gilbert It. K., Ilarlson F. G.,
Hunter Jacob, Hawks J. C
Hays Mlcld. Hannah Hobt.,
llitcrman T. A,. Julian Lowis.
Jenkins Wm., Leo Win.,
McKay Angus, Mageu J. II.,
Masby Jell., Martin Lewis,
Norton John, O'lIanlouLiiko I..,
PartccC.IL, Frailer F.'W.,
Hadclieck Mr., Klchter Christ,
Hoper George, Heed E. .1.,
Heed J. I'm ItecorTony,
Stelu Conrad, Scully W. F.,
Thomas Jamus, Taylor' Yc Hamilton,
Talbot It (chard, Woodfork Mr,,
Waldo Giles D Williams John,
Wood John II.
Persons calling for tho above letter
will pleao say "Advertised."
Geo. W. McIvb.uo, P. 31.
Arlington Ice Cream Saloon, T. B. El
lis, proprietor, at tho Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh, Is now open.
The most delicious Ico Cream always on
hand. Families supplied with any quan
tity, and at reasonable prices. 0-18-tf.
Haul rroniU. J ,
.Mrs. H. Itosenstlne, of Aletnplils.vra
a'.the Planters' yesterday. . .
-L. S. Ilalrjs, of St. LiM-Asagucsl
at Hie Gramt" Central yesterday.
-H. W. TViicy, a resYdeTSr'or Louis
ville, Is stopjplng at the Grand Central,
E. D. Preston, of larHampolis, was
n gnest at the at. C'harlcs'Vesfcrihty. r
-Ii., Klllhik, Mayfeld, KentueTty,
waVr.!territ tSt.'-Sliarb;, yMter-
. -E. . Russcb,. wMwMIt from
lt. CWrtelw atUi(j StrCharles yester-
uay. j? - ; ; -
GOi-u Btniietf! r.fiSt? I.nnU. m.
Joyed rils" inols a(. Charles yes-
Joton Ilowurd, 6f XaslitHle, Teuncs
lee, reVtetl himself at the St, Charles yes
tenlay , t3 ., .
John Hr BU,'Ngshvltle,Teniicsee,
pealed forth, tones at the 8r.'Clrarlcs yes
terday, " r ' - r
8. Springer, 'of Galveston. Texas.
presscdnspthigmattreis at theSt. Charles
W. II. Jtogers arrived lu the; city aud
took up hi isbode at the St. Charles yea
terilay. T. Warreni'of New Orlan1; satisfied
tho wants of the inner mii?Kt the St.
Clnrlcs yesterday wi
H. .1. Louis, ol Cincinnati, was
among tho arrivals nr the St. CharUs
.1. L. Heed, a resident ofthe Utickeyc
State, was registered at the Dehnonlco
yestenlay. -. .''';
Ilermon JLInegar wa A 'delegatp at
thu Dehnonlco to represent Cape Girar
George Dougherty,; of Jonesboro,
came to Cairo yestenlay, and put
up at thu Dehnonlco.
.Mrs. M. J. Welsh and daughter, of
Cape Glranleati, were registered at the
-.Tallies Cavin, of Canton, 311 slslppl,
enjoyed tho hospitalities of the Delinon
F. K. Heed, of West Point, Ken
tucky, wa quartered at the Dehnonlco
C. W. Finn admired much1 tho man
ner in which llh were served at the Plan
Mr. Collin, ot Lonark, Texas, buried
himself In a feather bed at thu Planter'
W. P. Chiles andon, of BrUiisburg',
Kentucky, we'ro quartered at 'the F?lan
J. P. non-volt, of Marion, Georgia
smoked his pipe of clay at tho Planters'
yestenlay. ,, - . '. . i
J. I). Crawfonl, of Chicago, register
cd at the St. Charles and- perambulated
the streets ot Cairo yesterday.
Charles S. Dickenson, of St. Louis,
honored the St. Claries wild hi pres
The appetite of Capt. Crowell, ofthe
steamer Jim Fisk, was fully appeased at
the St. Charles yesterday.
P. P. Horner, . ol the ''Dark and
Bloody Ground, " was to be seen at the
Grand Central yestenlay.
Capt. William A. Kyser, an exten
sive tiller ot the soil, of Tennessee, so-
George b. McDonougli, a citizen of
Alton, Illinois, gave tho Dclmonlcn the
benefit of hi visit to Cairo yesterday.
John Oswcll, a gentleman from Fort
Wayne, Indiana, feltrefreshed after his
stay at the Planters' yesterday.
The Hon. George W. Wall, of Du
Quoin, well known to the citizen of
Cairo, wa in the city-yesterday.
.Mr. D. Axfell,'uperintendcnt ofthe
Cairo, ATkau as A 'Texas railroad com
pany, left yesterday for St. Louis.
Edwin H. Sublett, of St. Louis, lt-
lumltiatcd tho dluiug-room of the St.
Charles with hi smiling countenance
.Major Wood?, of Evansvllle, agent
ot the Cairo it Evausvlllu Packet -itn.
pany, cat himself unhungry at the St.
CarT Vulz. camu to Cairo Irom .Mai-
shall county, Kentucky, nnd added ten
years to hU life by eating his meals at
the Delmonlco yesterday.
John Clockel, tho, gentleman who
I . I ..... T, '' . . '
jryjineiurcu me rianjjriwn ooiuc pre
vious to Mr."ITuefner?irris tt the Plan
ters' yesterday,.', Mr.' Gockcl now resides
lu St. Louis.
J. Xeelcy, ol Chicago, though It Is
something unusual for a Chicago man,
knelt down and said his prayers iu room
number ten. of the St. Charles last
Samuel Orr, n Kentucky detective, in
search of a negro who hail stolen a piece
of rope with a mule at the end ot It,
wa registered nt tho Dehnonlco yester
day. The Itcv. A. X. Experidon, a great
Turkish priest, who oifly eat one meal
a day, and pays full fare," was kindly re
ceived at tho Grand Central yesterday.
W, J. Pease, of XewYorli, .was pre
sented to his namesakes, raised in thl
State, and demolished a number of them
in a hand to 'mouth conflict id tho St.
4 To, Heal,
,A-c6tago on. Thirteenth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut R,tvect.
Apply to Dn. Smith.,
s. ' l
BtiyX Hag stock envelopes at the Bin.
i.kun ollice, S'l 23 per 31.
flu tn I.ohIh Herbert' for Pll.fir
XKIC. v-XX Woodstock envelopes at the
BuiXKrix ofticv. S!l 00 per 31.
PILSENEU at. Loul Herbert'?.
a to tho treatment of all diseases, Irom tho
mll.lKir ailment to tho deadliest epidemic,
buttko fact that tbo Jaltfornla Vinegar
Hitters It nounuerluir maladies which liavo
defied the faculty, recders tbeso1 profess
ional dlfl'ereuces of Uttlo coiisoquenca,
While Uyirepsla, (lout, Rheumatism, Utl
nary CompUlBtVTalllloniie-s, NsrvoMt
DIssbllltlcs, and all disorders .not. organic,
are obliterated by thl nutcUUis .veUblo
tonlo and ltowtve', wh cwrfi, ,fe,, op-"'
lonsf fl-18-dw.lw. ,r
I J ,i
The Original Cheap Sle
142 Commroial Ave.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stock of Ladies' and
I JI f t M t ill I
oromenes ana r arasois, win do sold at cost. Must fee sold
within the next slxtv davs. Now Is the time to ohttln hipnainc
nils is no naverusing uoage.
9leanicr Jim Flak, Paducah.
" City Chester, MvinphU.
" Utah, St. Louis.
" Hello .Memphis, St. Louis.
" Idle wild, Evansvllle.
Tow-boat Tho. W. .Mean, Ohio river.
" liberty No. St. Louis.
4 Hon Accord, Tennessee river.
Steamer Jim Pik, Paducah.
" City Chester, St. Louis.
" L'tah, PltUburg.
Tow-boat Liberty Xo. -1, Ohio river.
" Thomas W. .Means, St. Louis.
" Bon Accord, St. Louis.
Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle: Belle
Slm-veport. City of VlcksbuFg, St. Louis;
ilary, Houston, J. J).J'arker, Cincinnati.
"U ST 1 hiVkii Ish .svKATiii:it.
-The river last evening was 20 feet
4 f-r Indies on thi),augi, haling risen
i B Inclies'ilurlnthe pn.j-l&il 21 hours.
I'lioTlvers are reported dwelling rapidly
at all points abovc.froiu tlie cU'ccts of tho
rains of the past two days. Three and a
half Inches of rain fell at St. Louis yes
terday morning, causing the river to
bounce up the bank. A terrific rain
storm, accompanied by heavy thunder,
visited this city early yesterday morn
ing,.but lasted only a short Uine.
The Liberty X& I took three barges
ot ore and two empty bai-ges uu thuOhlo,
The Great ilcpubllc and Thompson
Dean are also eojnlng with excellent up-
stn-ain cargoes. '
Captain Woodburn'a new boat, now
building nt Pittsburg, I to bo called the
The Clty ot Augusta was takeu out
oii the-'dockft. yeaterday t St. Louis for
Tho Idlewild brought about 200 tons
freight aud a large nnd very happy ex
cursion part yesterday.
The Cherokee Is coming from Xew
Orleans with 000 tons of freight, includ
ing 200 tons gunboat Iron, and 7,000 lire
Excursions lor the benefit ol tho
grasshopper sufferers were given by the
Juo. A. Scudder and City Of Alton at St.
The Republican of yesterday says:
'Capt It. W. Dugaueoiildu't stay away,'
aud has returned from rural Cairo to
mlngleycs to mlngleyes to biggie."
Mr. Ilyde, river editor ot tho Hc-
VubJlon,lhortlug people to patronize
trie excursions lortuenenent ofthe gras
hopper sullercrs, says: "Don't forget
the hopper sufferers. It Is seldom we
find charity and amusement so happily
mixed as will be seen by those who 'go
"mltder mposlc" to-morrow, Clurtty
Is twice blessed ll bleseth him who
goes on the Scudder. also him who socs
on thd Alton. t.at it oi-irters turn out
thick a grasshoppers String music
will be ou board tho Alton and bcudder
to-morrow, nud as dance music 1 to be
played it will bo safe to say that all tb
hoppers are not lu Cass county."
cnrr-iNO!. - r r
The Vlck'burg Herald of the 15th
The chances are that there will be plen
ty or,toniiapu und a lively competition
hi the Yazoo and Tallahatchie rivers
trade the coining season. Capt. Parlsot
will nave lour nno steamers in iiiu iraue,
lneluilhiL' thu bran new nacket Tallahat
chie, Just completed nt Louisville, and we
understand there will bo an opposition
line, composed of tlireo steamers, tho.
Kniiiia, Vleksburg and Capt. Denny'
new' lioat mow in course of construction
Tho Evausvlllu Courlursays: "From
Mr. Bewlcy, clerk ofthe Bowling Green,
wo learned that the barge lost by tho
Houston Combs struck a suag three
miles below Rochester, and sank lu23
loot of wiitor. The cargo will bu a total
loos, and nerhans the harce. which was a
Xo.J pine coal, barge about a year old,
and vaiuett at l-r-'uu, on wiiieu mere was
no Insurnpeo.T Captain Hnbln-ou will
... ..!.. nt. ..Il'.ir. ir..t tm li.lirlif .ilT linr
deck, If possible, when (ho barge may
rlso and eventually bo saved. After
striking thu snag It was about twenty
The Cincinnati Commercial ot Friday
Wo aru pleased to learn that our old
trloud, Captain J. S. Xenl, has been nr
pointcu to supcriutenu tho uuiuiiivr
llm ni.iv Ins-inn nsvlntn nr ItnliiwiailoliS..
work iinon.whlch luvs. lust eomiiicnccd.
Capt. Xeal having eohiineiKvd lllo as an i
engineer ou tuo rive', w" iwms
and coiiiniaudlioino,ot tho finest steam
ers lutliu-Vew uncaua iraue. uw iasi
being the famous low pressure ltlehmonil,
and filmstlf and brother under1 tho firm
of J. S. und R. E. Neal for n number of
years oxteusiveiy engaged in sieamuoaw
aud machinery bulldlug at Madison, In-1
tlhiiu, where they had tho largest engine
shop nnd foundry In tho state, gives him
nn cxperlouco as, varied and valuable as
one could desire. Wo doubt not his ap
pointment and its results will be satis
factory to lJds and. tbo pubjlo geu-
Cl-cw Orleans Times! Noting the
OUT OF BUSINESS
Gent's Furnishing. Goo-tV Em-
- - 1
bring your money and
clearance or a vessel from Xew York
with G31D bales of cotton, a correspond
ent contends that w ith one exception this
h me largest wuicu ever jcit America.
Ue says lu 1800 the Ocean .Monarch left
here with 70O0 bales.
. Captain James U. Eadi, lu u noto to
the Xew Orleans Picayune, says:
I desire to correct a iratcmcht made In
your local columns to tho effect that
work on the Jetties at the South Pas
will not be commenced until September.
Colonel Andrews left last night with tho
tugboat Ruth Klma for the month of the
South Pa, with a fleet ot barges, pile
drivers, a large raft of piles, plauks, port
able' cabins, aud a number ol" mechanic
and laborers, Intending to commence tho
work at once. The first pile will no
doubt be driven on .Monday In tho con
struction of a wharf at the land's
end. ou the east side of the pass. Cabins
will Iki immediately nut un on shore for
accommodation of tho requisite force of
men, and ways will be lata on which to
construct and launch the willow mat
tresses required In building the jetties, lu
addition to the propeller Ruth Elma,
Colonel Andrews has nurchased.tho now-
crlul sfernwhecl towboat Grafton and
barge Deerlodge, which boat and barge
left fit. Louis for this city ou tho 8th lust.,
tho barge loaded with coal aud several
portable engines, pile-drivers, Ac, all In
tended for the work. Ho has purchased
several thousand cubic yards of stone,
and several thousand news of willow
swamp lands about the head of the passes
and in the jump liavo been en
tered by 31r. G. W. R. Baylcy for Jamcf
Andrews & Co., o as to secure willows
for tho jetties. In conclusion, I dcslro
oncu for all, to assure the people ot Xew
Orleans that they need fear no delay in
thu progress of this work. Its rapid
prosecution Is not dependent, upon the
lhianclal aid of her citizens ; and no mat
ter what reports they may hear to the
contrary, thu work on the jetties will be
commenced as soon as the wharf and ac
commodations for men arc completed,
and at least one mile of the cast line of
the Jetty work will bo built before tho
miilillaornextuctoocr. ine iirsc pno
will lie driven In the lino of tho Jetties
within the next two weeks. Arrange
ments will bo made during tho summer
by which a much larger force ot men
and machinery will be put on tho work
War Du-AltTM-urr, luvax tutruur, I
iiineiy, ip.d. ,
1 STATION. iLbmm A0.
TT. IK. tft. IM.
Pltmlmrjr. li j Ir
Cincinnati lo j
Louitvilla 0 0 0 0
SI. Louis U s x 7
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Obstacles to Marriage.
Hanpy rclleffor young men fr-ra tbs ef.
foots or errors and abuses lu early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
rlago removed. New method ot trttmnt.
New und remarkable remedies. Books
and clrculsrs sent free, In scaled envelopes.
Address, HOWAUD ASSOCIATION, 419
N. Math street, 1'hlladelpbla, r. an insti
tution having a high reputation for ionor-
ul lu conduct nod proleftlon.il skill.
Monday, July 5th.
- The g c it JCxoiutlea. StMiuar
T. F. BCKBHT.
. Captain .
Will take out a trrand uleuli bartv nn lhSth
nfJlllv. which will lie .a irnuiiml bm Id trrinln-
ate iu a Muunllnlit KJtcuntiou. '11m aacunlon
U lUanuul cx)ireuly lor Um yoamw ycuplaof
Iheelty, arot (rood mnlc anil eTerrtnlna" nrci-
ury io iu:iae me oocasiou tiyoyauic win ue iiro
Mooting of the Stockholders
Cairo St. I.oulaTU llroad Oemyanr.
1DUI1MO notice Is herebr Elven that there will
. be livltl a mcvtliiK of thu stockholder ofthe
Uilru ( lj)UI luurowi -.ompany, ai inn
Mutton house of said company, lu the city ot
Knar. St. Ijiuls. In the couuty or ft. Clair and
Stale of Illinois, on
jiumiAy ine aim "
at the hours of elerrn o'clock a.m., for lha pnr
iHweoflhenand there rlwilnx hy ald stock
holdera seven dlrjvW" ror aald coiupauy lor lh?
ensiUn-t year, a-' " Jd thrre traniactlujr
such othrr tulneas apiiertalnlng to said com
iuuv as ull come baior saM meallnr.
a "ii atiemtaucror an lue atocanoiiirra in
Mnl oomiatoy is miiusjiu aud jaucn uitsimi
Datm, mis win nay oisaay,
r U.J.CAN1IA., .
V. K. CANUA,
w k. AirriiCR,
Stockbotdefs O. X St.h, K. H.j Co
-TTH.I, l reerlvisl at ray oSa tmtU Tuesday,
V V iiune ii. ior ail in iiunucr m.
.).. M..u .iu.i.... .k. i c . i. ....... . vr.
Luutkor to Us koxhI wailaur bs-(ijssJ rte from
aan or urn mow ibuw w in i . ani'-
n..rr.llnviMfW la twuitk- at In dsllr
rnnta: Mil IT-Of SWBH niSWISiau
red lu such yuaulitla-aaM -AMsm tk -
! couTlttM ua Mrnau aasjr diaee.--.
COUUltM ua suvau ilisi n. .
falro, Jua 9, 1575
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