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Knhtlil od'ytlila-i, nii-elacmy Krl
lay nlirlit at lull-past aeten, in Odd'
K1ioy iiiiii o k. slack,
..jamn, AI.KVANHKK l.ODOl;, SO. K! !
.JK Independent Ord-'"' 0',',.'ll:
Jaft9aaP' lows, ims-t everr ,"'l";Jtt' 1 H"'
"JJI" at Imlf-puU ', ll" lr lull on
roiuineirUI .tnu,c, lietsv''" j H,x"1 inniin
ttrtMI. ,lqMH lifMiVAS, .V U ,
riAIHO rNC.lMCMl.VT I O. IU' .meets
Vln Odd-Mlo" "all willii1 dislnud tblnl
loesday In tHy mntith, al hntl.jsist m iiii.
l Mtiii, I.V C.
a c.wifoi.oiRji:. .so ir?,..i a a. m
II'il'l KKiilnr ritiiiiiUtilittlon In Mu
jtUK aonln Mull. inur Column did avenue
' 'ami Cight'i Mtts-1, on the second and
outtli Monday u ihtli month
BY OUR FRIEND AT THE CORNER.
If llta, 'lipv dollilug, r.
I. WnliltT, (it thoeorner of Ohio I.ovce
it M 1 .Sixth tiiil, known to -otno sis "our
Irienil at tho corner." lias
"lmiKlitercir' lilKlipil'In lints, Can-,
nml Clothing, lie Is m.'IIIii"; at rent bar
gain", a fuel that makes some dealers led
a It Ihcy were shot or truck by lljjlit
iilnj,'. ('all on lilin. anil price his uood,
lor which he docs not mm a nlcklc.
II.MKKi:!! nl I.oiiU llrrliTl'.
W'c will t ike, at the St. Chalks Hotel,
during the siiinincr months, .V) day boarder?,
al $2'2 pur ni'iiith, and&O hoarder with cool,
ik'nt rooms on the upper floor, at fc.TO
per month. At this extremely tow rate,
none hut promptly paying boarder1 will bo
aecoptvil. Jkivsit Wilcox .v, Co.,
Knur Ilnlla l t:i'ry ltrt'rllliili
yirnt I H.iil !
II nliiK' bought; "in; the Intere.l of
Korhler ltio. In t!ic incjt titi-Im 1 am
prepared to Itirnl-h the M-ople of Cairo, at
well a- steamboats, with therholcol meats
the market allord, ami all thoi wi-hlm.' to
hasf their meat' ilelltiTi-d at their home,
e.m !) accommodated. licpecliiill) ,
C-10-if. 1'inr.. llou Ai-.o.
Ilsi iirin. t'lriili. t.tv.
'IU" good painiyrr teamer, Cannock
Clt,ctu br ihnrtered lor ewuMon or
phnl at iMitiablc rat(-. Appb to
Mm Wil.Milt.V N MM.
tiri Ihr llfl.
Dr. sflh Ariiold' t'oich lillhr the
Sttit rra.llf.itor lor all hur dieuev a u
Prlor rrmi'dy toall other iih-iIIc1ii:h yet
discovered, In eierc ei. Ills a ure,
iiuh-l, and peifeitly ale renieily lor
iiii'h', eoldi, -ore throat, m hooping couh
jrotip,.iiid all dienH-r or the throat nml
lunx". lictail price, and U) cent- and tl.
Ant liottlo that iloe not i'hi' rellrl may be
returned, anil the money will be refunded.
Ur. seth Arnold's J)Iarrlov.-k ISal'am, '.Tiand
tvi cents, lieinemler It I warranted. Ar
uold'ollll'loiK Mandrnku 1Mb, optratloi;
tiltbout U'kni ami v' i.'omiKiundi d
l.y lr. 3eth Aiuotd's .Medical roiiorntltli,
Woon.oiUI, K. I. suMbyraiil (J.Sthuh,
JrilL'tM. Cairo. 111. TjV. M.
H3-S.X AinlK-rnml Whlto r,i;r toek
euwlops'sattheUri.t.uris- otlhe, prliittnl,
:i Maml$ I W r M.
tin mu! Kr !l-r.
I.andlordt ol hotels and boarding ioues
will llndlt to their advantage to call upon
Mri. Colemao, I.aundrenn, No 12 Kourth
treet, betwenn WeshlnRton and Commcr
tlal nvcniiei. Hotel and hoardlnj.houe
wathliiB.T.IcentKperdorcn. I'oi piecework
price arc as tollown : Single thlrt and col
lar, lflc; per iloen aOe; ocki fc; two col
lars fie; two handkerchlele, fc; vctts 20c;
and all Kentlemen'n wear, NDc. per
do.en. I.adle' dre.cn, i'i to Mc;
fUlrta 10 to 20c; drawer 10 to Kc; two
pair hoo fie; two collars 0 to 10e. Kor la
dkV plain clothe $1 oil per dozen; lor la
.lie fine clothes, SI V per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Vjl
Molleo of ItemiiSHl.
The well-known barber hop, corner
IMghth and Commercial, prodded ovsr by
Iho popular artlt, George Stclnhouse, bus
removed one door north on Commercial, In
:hn (Hand Central Hotel. The new shop Is
.arte and commodious and those wbhln
lor anything artistic In the way of fashion
able hair cultlm.', smooth i-liave?, etc., wilt
Jo well to call at tho (Hand Central llarbcr
Krank Kratky, of the Union Itakcry,
f'nmniirclal avenue, botween Fourth and
rilxth streets, has re-opened hlsjiakery, and
It now prepared to deliver Dread and Cakes
of the lest quality, anywhere In tho city or
country, In sucn (mantities as mi ciiiioin
rd mavdeslre. Trices will be mado en
tlrely with referjneo to the present bird
times ; In other words ciieapur man tue
cheapest. Send in ur orucr.
4 Vi-b 80-tl.
A 'liver plated No. 0 Wilton Shuttle Sew
inn .Machine, hard (plauo) linlsh, valued at
;.-. Will be fold at e2u dl-count. on noil
terms, aniloidiTcd ilirectfrom the f.iclory.
A No. U WIImh Shuttle .Sewing .Mai blue
vsluyd at !f'&. Will be sold al fl."i ili.i nuut
at.d ordered direct frrm the factory.
A tM) Ki-iulOKliu HcwIbb Machine-f:iO
on' for caih. Mdtable lor tailor or bout and
At a bsi'sulu, aud on good terms , a Howe
Sewlnc Midline. May he en at tue i.om
pany's otllce, corner Nlulb treet nd Com
'I'lclureniuo America" 13 ntimbors
bonud tn i volumr, full silt Mornoco
Astl9"i:," "Clough, Watrcn ic Co.''
t'arlor Organ, rluht from tho factor) at Oi
troii, l.ht mice, f.'MO. Will bo sold tor
A now lvvi)-horiu QamL'lo Wa'Oii.
'or any oi iu0 above ttrtlgle, apply at
the JJULiEm .nice. H. A, Huiisktt
at he lulltin.
'ii:j:suay, junk 22, ws.
Local Weather Report.
( ilno.'.lli.., .'ur.e M, t7J.
7 a 111.
Hah. I Inc. I Wivn.
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IMInfill ,01 Indies.
IIIOMAS .IO.NK3, Sergt.S. S..U, 9. A.
l.nilN Herbert linn ll.ftKXKK.
4 on ill Court.
County court, with .tudj;u Itross irc
lillu, cointncnvcd yc'tcnlay inoriilinjf,
tarDdinout Cl'LMHA WWII at Jitch
rV. Very Nlrk
Mr. William Wct.ol, proprietor ol tho
(rami Central hotel, is very sick.
I'rof. ami .Mrs. Alvoril left Cairo for
.St. I.onls .Sunday afternoon. They will
return 'i'hmwl.iy or Friday.
SJiuir tn Phllndrlphln,
Mrs. Charles l.mie lett this city Sun-la-lor
riillailelphl.i, wheru her on lien
County Clerk Lynch, who has been In
St. Louis on biulnes for several ilays
past, returned to Calm yeU.-rday afttr
nooii. tk'ltl reduction In prices ol Feather
Dit'teis, at Schuh's drugstore.
'i ho police courts of tho rlty were dry
V'tenlay. .Inline, llross I holding
county roiirl itt the court liou'e, and
hide ntrsl has left town.
A light took place on Fourth Mreet,
ye-lenlay nncrnoon about II o'clock, be-
weeii two ne'ro men In which were used
iltol, hpades, a.c, etc. They were ar
reted by Shci ill Irvln Ix lorc any harm
wadont'. Wedld not learnt lie caiieot
llcllriiu-latri:M:K-nl f.ouU llrr.
p'Thc llnc-t artlele
of Salad Oil nt
S huh'e dnt"-loi-e.
llanil t'onrrrl To.iilKlit.
I'he Delia City Cornet hand will lavor
our rlllcus with another open air con-
ert to-night at the Murl.et .Square stand.
I'hey will ifndor 'omo of their choicest
pieces of inti-ic, which announcement
will nod.uht draw forth 11 large utid ap
hidt- lllrd, who will make the julncl-
m! oration before tho yranil IcmIc of eol-
r.l 31.. ... . - 11m. lt..l. Ul llllll.JI'. i
.Mattoon. trnlay, left on .Sunday for that
Itv. lb' w:i ni'eoinpanlcd bv Mr. Harry
' It ltl-lll.', -.4 (I... ..l.-
It 'n said that the K'uighl of 1'ythiasof
thl city, will give an excursion and pic
nic, on board the fteanierT. F. Eckert,
on the il it 1 1 of duly. The KnlyhK will
no doubt make a grand siteocs of the af
On Thursday cu'iilnjc. between the reii-
dence of Mr. Horace Huunon, on Ninth
irect aud the .St. Charles Hotel, a gold
::haln bracelet. The Under will be liber
ally rewarded by leaving the same at Mr.
1 bunion' hook store, on Commercial av
CiyCeiiuluc Congress water In bottles,
nt Schuh's drtiK tore. tW cvuts per bot
Two lurul-hed room?, with or without
hoard. Inquire at Joi:i'ii Smith's fur
niture -tore, Coinnicrcial avenue.
Our friend Jaeckel, of the Thallan sa
loon, seems determined that lovers of
Rood drinks shall have no cau'o to com
plain as long as he Is lit the Held. He
lias Jit't received direct from Germany
three brands of the most celebrated beer
In that country, namely : Culmbacher,
KltIngcr and Krlanjjcr. These brands
are put up in bottles, aud can be had at
Vt cents tier bottle.
The Hcv. A. X. Hxperldan, a Hulfrar-
tan rriest of the Greek Church, from
Turkey, In Kuropo, will deliver this
cvciilni;, coiutucuclug at half-pust seven
precisely, nt the rresbytcriatt church, a
historical lecture. Subject: "Descrip
tion ol Nature, and bis travels through
Siberia, India, China, .lapau, Africa,
Moruiondoiu, and other portions of the
jllobe," to which he Invites the public to
iltvud. Ladles an: especially Invited.
The CiliilitiiRliaill llorun t'nne.
The above ca'-e, before Judge llaker,
ye.-lrrday, attracted a lare mid Intel
llgeiit uudience. ThU was off.
ing to the fact that Mr.
Cunningham wa announced tn
plead his own cate. The be it lc'Ml
talent of the city was present, and
throughout Mr. Cunningham's mas
terly argument and eloquent Kpecch, lis
tened with unusual attention. No greater
compliment could have been paid to ge
nius (we cannot call It talent) limn this.
For nrgumcnt, satire, volume
of thought and research, Mr.
CutiiiluKham'.s speech could hardly be
equalled and certainly not excelled by
any lawyer In Southern Illinois. Not
withstanding hl earnest ellorts, the Jury
(evidently prejudiced) brought In a ver
dict ol one cent damage. It should havu
been at least $100, us tho damages were
placed nt ?ir0 for the Injury of a valuable
horse bolonglug to Mr. Cunningham. It
was quite a legal episode.
tin tu l.ouN llvrbwrl'ii for l'll.HK
Mr. IL M. Itobfrt and F. M. Ward,
nttMn, who lor the put two years Imvo
tnado their homes In Cairo, loft tills
morninif for Augusta, Georgin, where
hey expect, within a few month, to er-
On .Sunday nllernoou, between Cnpt.
llalllday's residence and the 1'ieabyte
rlnn ehurt h or at Sunday school, ft K. of
V. and f. O. O. F. waleh rharm coin
hlned, enjfruvod, ''llelmll. Lwlge No.
!." The finder will be IhVrally re
warded by returiilng aatno to this ollhe.
We noticed while walking on Center
street, yesterday morning, that about
twenty feet or more ol the sidewalk on
the south side ol that thoroughfare has
fallen down. The street Is one that Is
iopnddcrably traveled by the tip-town
people, and the walk should lie repaired
as soon as possible.
tig-do In JarcM'a anJ try hit ERLAX
Wv'A', H delightful btccragc.
The Hough and Heady Fire company
held a meeting at their engine house last
night, for the purpose of deciding
whether they will attend the Murpbys
boro llflh of July celebration. The re
sult of the decision will be published In
'I'he funeral of Mrs. Loul'a Wetzel,
wife of Mr. Win. Wetzel, proprietor of
the Grand Central hotel, took place yes
terday morning, anil was largely at
tended. The funeral of Mr. Klllot took place
from the Methodist church yesterday
morning, and was attended by a large
number of frlends'and acquaintances.
We learn that Mr. H. W. Clark, who
has been acting in the capacity of gen
eral ticket agent for the Cairo A. .St. Louis
narrow gauge railroad, has resigned that
l)Milon, and that Mr. J. A. Went, has
assumed the duties of that ofltce, In ad
dition to tho.-e of general freight agent,
which place he Ills tilled since the road
Large eongregatlon were In attend
aneo at all of the churches of this city on
Sunday evening. Tho congregation a1
the Church of the Hedeetucr, especially,
was very Urge, many people being
drawn hither to li-ten to the Hcv. Mr,
uuiK-rt a repetition ol the sermon on
"The Teachings of Nature Ue.-pcctlng
the Church." The sermon was one rare
ly equaled by even Mr. Gilbert himself,
and Is highly pralvd by tho-e who lis
tened to It.
A team of hor;s, belonging to a man
named Frank JoiiMih, mode things lively
In the upper part of town yesterday
morning. They got lrlghtened while
In the utighboihood of Ilalllday Broth
ers' mills, und started down Fourteenth
fihu.,1.1 lerriuu pace, never slacking
their siccd until they had reached W.i'h-
iiiKlou Hveiioe, where the colliding iiole
or the wagon broKe, leaving ttm hum
wheels and la'd lying In front of the
court hoii'e, with the front wheels Mill
hanging to the team. The hordes dashed
up Washington avenue, aslnrasTwcnty-
llrst street, where the front wheels were
wrenched irom the tongue and left be
hind. The team still kept on thelrcour.se,
pelting the double trees and tongue with
their heels, at every Jump, until theyU
reached their stable. Wo learn that the
legs of both the animals were badly
bruised aud cut up, and that it will be
.some days ere they will feel as much like
running away as they did yesterday. The
wagon is a total w reck.
F. H. lle.sslcln is a Detroit man, ami
stops at the St. Charles.
Senator Jcso Wore, of Joucsboro,
ntc at the St. Charles yesterday.
D. Ilrooks, of St. Louis, wa at the
John Ilurton comes from Alabama,
aud cats his meals at the Delmonlco.
Thomas Dyer, of Cascyvllle, lllluol",
was at the St. Charles yesterday.
J. Hall, of New Orleans, was regis
tered at the St. Charles yesterday .
G. K. Harris, of St. Louis, was quar
tered at the Planters' yesterday.
Mrs. Stuart, of Belleville, was at the
W. J. Handall, of Indiana, combed
his auburn hair at the St. Charles yester
day. S. II. Haynes, of St. Louis, sat In
his easy chair at the St. Charles yester
day. Thomas McGoiro registered at the
Planters' yesterday, lie came from St.
.Judge J. M. Bigger amlGeorgoC.
Street, of Paducah.wcre at the St. Charles
W. D. Bangs and wife, of St. Louis,
were quartered nt the St. Charles yester
Geo. o. Shows, ol Clnclnuatl, was
one of the arrivals at the St. Charles yes
Capt. Henry Lowery, of tho steamer
Leopard, was registered at tho St.Charles
Mrs. Bronklnger, of Philadelphia,
was registered at tho Planters' yester
day. Frank Marshall and lady, ol St.
Louis, were quartered at tho Planters'
Wm. M. JKitrtz romes to us from
Athens, Ohio, und puts up at the St.
New Orleans sends us Jones Cury,
who likes tho way they do things atjibe
The Krle, Pennsylvania, railroad
company was represented at tho St.
Charles yesterday in the person of W. G.
Sadwlch. Ho looks Just like other men.
And now wo have Joseph Itubln,
from tho great city of New York. -Jle
didn't eat trout from thn mountain
streams of Vermont, at tho Delmonlco
The Hcv. A N. J.'xpcrldon, "a great
priesloT Turkey," Ijis deliveted three
lectures to the eltlzcm ol Cairo since the
last issue of the lit i.i.i.it.v. The llrst
took place in Liberal Hellgloits Hall, on
Saturday evening, the second at the cor
ner of Seventh street and Commercial nv-
i-uno Sunday alternonn, and the third at
the mine place Snndiy evening. The ad-
drrf!e of this rather queer linlis Idual are,
wv piv-ume, hi Ihe great priest's mind,
Instructive nnd Interesting beyond de
scription, but to the inluils of his hearers,
not one of whom, In the estimation of
Lxperldou, It capable of appreciating tal
ent of a high order, they appear very dif
ferently. When he liegan speaking Sun
day niiflit a very good audience was nrc-
cut, but when e had arrived at a point
where lie was tooui to occoinc eloquent,
his audience hil dwindled down to about
three men audi two small boys, who were
attracted by tbJ grotesque appearance of
"his nibs," if re may be allowed the ex
pression, rathe: than his words.
ttcH'Tht cdbftUd Schlitx MILWAV
KEK HE Ell a.'. Jatckel',.
fur ale Cheap.
The entire outit ol the Grand Central
Hotel, with a live years' lease, and on rean
ouabla terms. For particular, apply to
74-22-ir. WM. Wbtbl.
A cottage on Thirteenth Mxect, between
Washington avenue and Walnut etreet.
G-13-tl. Apply to Dr. Smith.
X Hag tockcnveloics at the IIl l-
letin ofllcc, $3 39 per M.
f"GenitItie Congress Spring Water,
put up in bottles only, for sale atSchuh'g
drug More at 12 50 per dozen.
At the Hi'm.ktis binder' IH numbers,
bound in two volume?, full gilt mor
roeco; cost HI ; for sale at 10.
XX Wood stock envelopes U
Ht'i.i.F.Tis olllce. S3 00 per M.
1'ILSKNEIt at Louis Herbert'.
Arlington Ice Cream Saloon, T. B. El
proprietor, at the Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh, Is now open.
The most delleloiw Ice Cream always on
hand. Families supplied with any nian
tity, and at reasonable prices. t!-l-tf.
Hurt or nlafc-reo
K4 to the treatment of all dlvcicei, trial the
mildest ailment to the deadliest epHeinlc,
but the fact that the California Vinegar
Hitter, in conquering maladies which have
defied the faculty, rci ders these profess
ional dlflerenee of little consequence.
While Dyipepsta, Gout, Kbcumatltm, Uri
nary Complaints, Bllllousneis, Nervous
Disabilities and all disorders not organic,
arc obliterated by thla matchless ugctable
tonic and alterative, who cares for opln
0--., I...,., .IV.H...I li l..'l.'l), I
June 21, 175.
Despite the heavy raln that have fallen
latclv. the weather still eniittiniiwuni-tit
at tunes almost oppre"lve. A neary
rain commenced about four o'clock Sat
urday morning and continued almost In
cessantly till noon of that day, when It
ceased. To-day has been warm, with
every Indication of more nun to come.
The continued wot weather will interfere
somewhat with harvesting, by delaying
It In the sections where rain has fallen.
The market generally Is dull. The
llour market still continues dull, with
plenty on hand aud no demand. The
hay market is overstocked and dull.
There is a good demand for good sound
white corn, and but very little coming In.
The receipts of oats arc light, but there Is
plenty In store to meet all demands for
the present. The receipts of butter are
heavy, stocks largo and Is quoted at a re
duction In price. Eggs are quoted Urtu,
with a better feeling In the market.
Other articles quoted below.
iOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given nre usually for
sales from llrst hands In round lots. In
rtlllng orders aud for broken lots It Is nec
essary to chargo an advance over thcfe
Tho market is over-tocked and very
dull. Prices are undiangcd. however,
and holders are firm iithough Miles arc
light. There was sone Inquiry to-day
for low treble X, whlib. seemed to lie a
little scarce. We nob sales of 225 bar
rels $4 7GQ" 75; 300 larrels city $5 50(0)
8 ; 1(K barrels city ?5 50 50 ; 300 bar-
relsSd 25H 50; 100 barrels superfine
$4 5; 100 barrels $1 75(r1 75.
Thejmarkct is orcrMipplled aud dull,
no demand at all worth speaking of. A
few orders come In for strictly choice in
small lots, aud this is the extent of busi
ness. We note sales of 1 car choice tim
othy delivered 22 ; 1 car choice timothy
TIiqvc ts a good demand for sound
whltijcorn at 7Cc In bulk, aud none com
ing it. There Is no place to put soft or
rejected corn, as It Is not wanted at any
price, and we would advise correspond
ents not to send it to this; market.
Mlied corn Is a little quiet, aud lu fair
supply. Wo note sales of 1 car rejected
white In bulk on track 71c; 10 ears mixed
hi bulk on track 70c; 1 ear yellow lu
sacks delivered 7Ho ; 1 car white lu sacKs
delivered 82c 5 2 ear whlto in sacks deliv
ered 82o; 1 ear mixed in sacks.delivered
7Ce; 100 aeks mixed delivered 77o; 3
cars white lu hulk on track 7l75e;2
cars mixed lu bulk on track 7172c.
''!,.. k vers- little demand for oat lor
nnv wirnoso. Receipts are light but
there Is plenty In store to meet all de
mands. Quotations to-day tire niifJTi7o
sacked and delivered.
Dull, ulentv. prices tending downward
describe the couditlon of this branch of
the market. Country meaj Is Hard to
place, but there is a moderate- Inquiry for
choice f-Jty. Sales reported were WW bar
rels steam dried delivered $3 Cij 75 bar
rels frrh (a, 55 ; 100 barrels steam dried
sold early $3 75; 300 barrcN elly steam
dried $3 803 85.
The market Is overstocked, unchanged
and dull. We note sales of'J raw In packs
delivered, tlC; 3 ears In ack delivered
There Is a fair demand for choice but
ter at reduced prices. HecelpM are heavy
and stocks large. The hot weather Is n
little unfavorable for butler dealers Sales
were 12 packages choice Northern,, 18o;
20 packages old stock, 12c ; 20 bucket j
choice Northern, 20e; 10 package, choice
Southern Illinois 15c.
There Is a better feeling In the egg
market, and prices arc firmer. Hecclpts
have all been taken on arrival. We note
sales of 10 cases ll12c; 100 dozen,
11c; 200 dozen, 12Jc; 300:docn, U12c.
All offerings on Saturday were taken
at $33 50 for old mixed and hens, aud
$1 C02 50 tor young Chickens. The de
mand Is steady, and very few In market
to-day. We note sales of 10 coops, $3 25
3 50; 3 coops young, $1 50 2 23; 3 coops
old hens, $3 25; 2 coops hens $3 50; 2
coops mixed, $.13 26.
The demand for choice tniwberrle Is
in excess of receipts; the few that roine
in to-day were held at $5 cr crate. We
note soles of 5 crates strawberries $-1 ; 10
crates strawberries $3l; 2 crates choice
The market is quiet and steady und
prices arc quoted a shade lower. Trans
actions are confined to the jobbing and
retail trade. Sales were 1000 pounds
clear sides, 13jc ; 1000 pounds fhouldcrs,
lOe; 500 pounds canvassed hams 15c.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Ark. Belle. Evansvllle.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" Ste. Genevieve, VIcksburg.
" Tallahatchie, Cincinnati.
" Mary Hoiuton, Cincinnati.
" Orand Tower, Memphis.
" City ofVlck.burg, Vicksbur
" .las. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
Vint Shlnkle, Memphis.
" Julia, St. Lotus.
" Jennie D,0-ceola.
Tow-boat Leopard, St. Lotil.
" (ioy. Allen, St. Lotn.
" Atlantic, St. Louis.
" Painter No. 2, South.
" Chas. Brown, St. Louis
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
Belle Memphis, Memphis
Ste. tiencvleve, St. I.ouU.
.siary llouston, New Orleans.
Grand Tower, St. LouU.
City VIcksburg, St. Louis
,l..Piii-U. Jl-..t i
" Jennie 1), St. Louis.
" Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati.
Tov-lK).it Leopanl, St. Loul.
' Oov. Allen, Ironton.
" Atlantic, New Orleans
Painter No. 2, South.
" Chas. Brown, St. Lou!-.
IIO.il a nt.'i:.
.Tim Fhk, Paducah ; Cba'. Morgan,
Minneola, Cincinnati; City Chester,
Belle Shreveport, St. Louis.
It1VF.lt .1NU WIMTIIKIt.
The river atdark was 22 feet 3 Inches
on the gauge, having risen 1 foot 113-3
Inches during the previous -18 hours.
The rivers elsewhere last evening; are
reported ns follows: St. Louis,
twenty-three Jfect, rose two feet
0 Inches ; Pittsburg, 3 feet 5 Inch, ro-e 3
Inches; Cincinnati, 13 feet 0 Inches, rose
2 feet 2 Inches ; Louisville, 5 feet 2 Inches,
flic weather was elo-e and hot last
evenlug aud another storm was looked
for before morning.
itkmh or c'.iiino.
The Leopard took a tow of coal to
The Gov. Allen hail two barges iron
ore for tho Ohio.
The Grand Tower and City of VIcks
burg had moderate up-stream trips.
The Ste. Genevieve brought 50 bales
eottouJor tho East aud 201 barrels new
potatoes aud apples for Chicago.
The Arkansas Belle brought 031 bales
llour, 100 sacks bran, 80 bundles spokes
ami a fair trip of people. Capt. W. A.
Lowtlt was among her passengers, and Is
visiting friends lu this city. Tho Hello
brought the remains of Mr. 55. Elliott,
who died at Chrlttcndcn Springs. Ills
remains were taken to his old home lu
Kentucky, yesterday, for Interment.
Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert of this city de
parted for a short stay at Chrltteiiden
Springs fier Arkansas Belle yesterday.
Captains R. W. and Irvln Ditgan are
in Cincinnati on a Hying visit. Tho Eck
ert leaves St. Louis tor this city to-mor
Mr. S. M. Etter, stato snpereutendent
of public instructions, and Prof. Alvord
took passage on the Graud Tower for St.
LouU Sunday night.
The Mary Houston had a splendid
trip and flllod out here, adding 300 liar
rels grits, 85 coops poultry aud 23 tons.
She had to refuse frelght;atShawucetown
and elsewhere, nssho was already, draw
ing nil the water.
The James D. Parker lound 8 feet wa
ter lu the lower Dido, and came out draw
lug every Inch of It. She had u lino trip.
Among other Items she put oil' 11 yawls
hero for tho of use thejgovcrument light
Wo hope that tho picnic excursion,
advertised to-day by the Methodists, to
take place on Saturday, July 3, will bo
largely attended. It will lw a splendid
affair, ns thoEckertls tho llncst excursion
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Sloro
142 Commercial Av.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
The Entire Stook of Ladios' and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Em
broideries 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
loat afloat. They will ntmotince further
particulars on Friday next.
Will lIBPAHTMKXT. UlVKF ItrCuMt, I
STATIONS. ism WA.Tkll.1 l""".
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I'lteiitiric -.. .1 e xi
Cincinnati 13 n -l -j
IulevUlc 5 J ii! o
St. Loiiln '.'3 O xl i
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men fruin thn ef
fecta of errors aud abusea lu early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method ol treatment.
New and rcmarkahli) remedies. Hooks
aud circular.- cnt tree, lu scaled envelope.
Addrei, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 41!)
N.Mnth vtrect, Philadelphia, l'a.-un Insti
tution having a high reputation for honor-
alle conduct and professional skill.
5-1 l-d A w-3m.
(.'orrrctel Dally by K. M Stearns, romnillnn
inrtvnani, Mcrviary vi me mv noiiru ui
Flour. Rroonlllif to L-rmlf
..tl CV3.7 to
id a fo
". :i K
Cum, IliUni, .-ni ki-l-
Com, villus "HCkel
limn, jT ton
Mini, i-linni dried
Hotter, choice Northern
Mutter. choice Southern III....
Clilckena, ier dozen
ur&eys , ht uozeu
rotator, tier barrel
Onbns ir burrel -
itrawlwlis ir crate
Monday, July 5th.
The MuKiilucent Exouralon Steamnr
T- F. ECKERT,
K. V. DitiAX Master
Will tale nut a cmnd nlcnlc uulv mi thi'Tiili
ol'. I ill , which uill ! io Hrrilinl as In trrmlu
ule In n .Moonlight Kvcurslon '1 he lAcunton
I pluniitd i'.iri'ily lur the jounj; .coiK'oi'
the city, ami ro.hI music nn.l crvrytlihiK luci -
kary to nmke the occailon enjoyable 111 In pro-
IUIH1 -,i in
HO ! FOR THE WOODS !
SAW M 3rd, 197S,
T. P. ECKERT,
For tho Bonoflt of tho
mm mm mi
The Kicunduu will extend to radncali, but
lieauttnil iilculo icrounita will be t!ivtcd aboe
Calnlonla, where Uioie who desire a romp In the
woods may enloy thenuelTe until the return
of the boat . '1 he public are earnestly Invited to
IJtSTATlJ of TboouuK. Siillltan, dei'cuted.
Pi The unitenlimerl liaTiinr been amiolnted
adinlnlatratorortheektateof i'liomiw K. Milll-
van, late or ine county oi Alexander unu niaie ui
Ullnoln, dei-un!, hereby glvea notice lhat he
will ap)nr before the county couftnf Aleaaii-
tr .-.itintv. ut ihft imurl liniualn Calm, at the
July term, ou tliui.i-coinlMon.Uy In July next,
ut which time all pertona tuivlui; cluliiii utalnst
aahl extate aru nouueii ami requeieii in nucnn
IhepunioMjornat ine ine ..uneinijiinieii. .u
peraons Imleiiteii to aaiu ettate uie reiuciiii 10
make lminiHllatv payment to tho uoderalgneU.
Iiateit this .'Utnay oi nay, a. u inia,
M. J. McOAUbllY, Administrator.
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo & St. Louia Railroad Company.
PtlllLIC notice la hereby Klveu thai there will
be held u nieetiuic or the Mocklioldeia of Hie
Cairo t St- Inila Katlroail Company, ut the
nation home of eald company, In the ity ol
Kant SI. LouU. in the cuuuty nl- ht. Clair and
State of Illinois on . . . ...
Hunilny the) alli Itiiyof June, A. I.
ut the hoiira of eleven o'clock a. ui., lur the pnr
poeof thtnand Uieru electing by aid to-i-holilera
aeven dlrectoia tor aald company lor the
i nuin(t year, and then and theru tranai'tliiK
audi other buslneai apperulnlnK to wild com-
lainy a khan come neiore sain rneeuue
A lull attendance or all Ihe MockhoKlcr lu
ealdcompuuy U requested and mucli dealred.
lia ei, hi ."in nay orjiay, i s i .
' 11. WY8MITHF.US,
.1 W. SAVIN,
II. It. PAYKOV,
!. .1. cawDA,
V V. nKAKI.,
W. It AltTllUII,
f)to.-nolder O. A St- b. It. 11 Co
ykOTEOT YOUR BUILDIHQSt
Lauirloy'a Patent UUUPsint.
Ion SnimiLi:. Ti.s. Iiiom axdUiiaxl Iloorj.
This Is Flreuud Water-Proof 1-ulnt, ea-lH-clally
deidgneil lor 8hlnle iwof.. An old
roof.SIate-ralnteil, will outlaat a new oneun
oalnlnl, aud a new roof Will but tuns: time us
ouk SUte-Pulnted. Aa amatUr o economy a
rooTneeda paint morethau auy other pint ol a
bulletins, l'rlce, o ceutaper ga'ton. Mend lor
uumnblet . Agenta wanted.
W1XI Q. JACTWOK.Hon'l Anl,
SlZ5wlt HtVahlnvtton St.. Cfilcas-o.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
PAdunnta. Shawnootown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
lhcumivalltd aide-wheel steamer
I). O. Kowt.tR
Ku. It. TiioMas
111 lire KvninvlllWort'ulroevfry MONDAT
and TIltntSDAV nt t o'rlnrk i. tn.
Irtiw Cairo eury TUKiDAY and titlllAV.at
0 o'clock p. m.
1 he i ll sunt slde-wlicel stranif r
Wlllliavi-Kvninvllle for Cairo every TUHU
DAY and FltlDAVat 4 i'clock p. in.
W II 1 Imve Ci ro every W K O.N KS DA V and SAT
L'KDA V ut n o'clock p. m.
The elegant alde-wlwl a learner
Iaiup Krannllle for Culroeserr WKINIIS
DAY and SA I UltADY all p. m
Uavin Cairo every lllL'ltsDAY anil bt'ND.VT
Bl li l. III.
Kach boat makes close counecllona at Cairo
itli llratt-lua utivimem fur at. linls, Meni
ibl und New Oilruns, utut at Kvansvllle w Ith
the K. A C. II. It lor ull point! North aud Eait.
nml vrlth the Ixiulavllle .Mall Steamers for all
points on the Upper Ohio, glviug through re
ceipts onfalKlita anil pasii(?ers to all iolat
lor iiirmer ininrniaiion nppiy i"
Htll,. SILVKIt, I'-usenRer Asent.
.i. m. riui.i.ii's. jAge"w-
Drto li J. liKAMMKIt.
Sltiierlutenilent and General Krelcht Agent,
n . I LVnHaviltA InJIunn.
no Frrn tun Inlie llieac Itinera ace irl.
Intr tn ilircctloiii, nn.l remain lour iimrell. iio
l icil their bones arc not ilesiroie.t bviiuiunt,
ulso or other laaani, and tltal urgdin nailW
iictuiul pclnl of repair.
Ii,pi ialnarliiillaelitllea.laftie, rail
lu the ,liuulilors Cousin, 1lel.tiics.sof the Cluat,
luzzluens. Sour Kriiciutlona of the Stomach, U'
liisteltithe Month. Ililious Attacks I'alpltutloa
I tho lleatt. Iiiilainiiiatloti o( the l.unk'v Paluta
tho teelou of the Kliluejs, ami a hun.lre.l oine
painful atniptonia, arc the oiNprlnci of Oj'iep
la. ouo bottle Mill roe a octter xuaiuuici o)
Its menu than a lengthy nilvrrtHrnirr.t.
I'oi- frmald l'uinitniiil. Ill jr. il'2 oroM,
tnarrleil orittiKte. at the ilan of wnneinlie l, et
thu turn ut life, tlieco Tonic Hitter illr play ro ib
rl.lo.l au Innucnic thai Implement la soon IMF
I'ar InHittnuinlarr and rbrauic Ulinai.
intuitu, una tinut, nilluus. Ilemlttcut anil li.tar
riiitteiic tv-rrr. rn-enf.en nftho fllnoit, Liver Kt4
neja nml Itla.l.lor, tlicaa lllllera hate no rqji u
f nclt )easei are caused by Vltlateit l!lool.
Tlir? arc n uenlle Pnrgnllrr o srell n
Tviilr, posM'wIiii; the merit of actlnj; ai
ItoHerfiil uiteiit In relit'Wnx i'oimeiilcn or In.
e.immatlon of the Ut er ami VJ.ccr.il Organs, umI
In Ililious pise.ises.
For Nbin Diarnar. FlrilptlODS, Tetter. Flir
I', lie tun, liloleiicssputs Mmnles. l'Mtu!, Holla,
'arhiinclcs Illnft-norms, Scahl-lleail, Sore Ktea,
l.rrstpelas. Itch. Scurfs, Dlvoloratlons of Hie .skia,
Humor and Utjeaaea ol th Skin of w ltate er n;iret
ur nature, are literally ilinr up an.l carrle.l out oi
lh ayatem In a tlioic lliuo by tho use of tl.iaa
Ultteia. . ,
jralrfiil Taaaaanda proclaim isrii
lirrriu the met wundcrful Invlzuraut that era.
lUktalneil the BlnVInu nyntem.
ft. II. I?IrUcVAI.I & CO.
Jnik'trlm and lien. Agta., San l-'rutici-ico, Ca!., A
'or. ot WaahltiKlnn and Charlton Sta., N. Y.
SOLO 11V ALL UKU'GOISTS A DIULEltS-
The Largest and Boat FurmlahoU
House in tho World.
ISO Rooms with board, 3.00 par, day.
ibo " a.eo "
160 " " $4.00 "
lOO " " $4.80 "
100 " " 8.00 "
CfCoat of Uulldlaf, ,0O1,COO Ituullurt,
C. FOOTE'S CIGARS.
All mad by hand, the belt in
the laud. Consumers will Jin
them with Dealers and droi-claM
tore. The geuuluo liavo the tuoaaa
Ubal. Best bnuidf are riordelleory
clay, large and small aliet "llo-a"
Flor IM avmar (extra larn)l riot
Del Flounder (ditto) I Ttvs Identical Cigar Viv
toriai llkh and Itare Concha.
Weatern Factory, 6S 67 Bouth Water
U Foot or II C. . on the la-
GILBERT HUBBARD t CO.,.
Ship G handlers and Sail lUkara,
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
STEELit IRON WIRE ROTO,
TENTS AMD OOTXJU(
SOU to 90S South Watttt OtUOAOO.