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&lfikVi tiMi-iulnil i'i'lrcf O-H-Ki-I-tffijWJM
lows. iii.tI. .-'ry 1 hurii.Uy n light
'1fAvf al lMlf-Mliii In llitir hull on
Commercial inmr, Vttvif 11 "Mill and btwntli
IllnU .IOIIMll tisKAV, X. 0.
CIA I HO KXGAMI'MKNT, I O. U. K.,li.l
'in OiM-Kllow' lull nntliu flmtiuiil Ihlnl
I nrxl; In rvery month, t liilf.iia.it ivrn
(' K bl.A( C V.
a c-n:oi.oi)oi:. .so ih7, v.f. a a. m.
lluld rcgubir uiiiiiiiunlaitliin In Ma
sonic Hull, r.irncr L'ormncrrlnl aitnu'.'
' 'nnd Klghth street, 'in the srrutid and
onttb Monday vftucli month
BY OUK FK1ENIJ AT THE COKNKK.
Unit. )s, 1'lnllilnir. Ac
I. WallllT, lit till.' COrll'.T Ili'OllIu l.l.''C
and Sixth Mtwt, know n to oiw' tis our
I'neni at thu corner." ha
"Maiiyhtcivd" high prlco In Ilat, l'ap,
ami Clothing. lli I; telling at pieat Imr
paln, a fact lliut makes some dealers led
ns H they were hIioi or struck ly light
ning. Call nn liliu. and price UU inrnU,
for w hich he dots not owe :i nlckle.
I'll.NKMJIl nt l.uiilo lli rlivrl'x.
We wllltaVi-, at the ft. Clnile Uutvl,
during tiieilimmcr mouths .'OdayhotrtlcrK,
ut J K per tnonth, nml.'u hoarder W illi cool,
plcamnt rooms on the per lloor, at 30
pcrinsntli. At this extremely low rate,
none but promptly pajlitf bonnier will he
accepted. Jkwkit Wilcox St Co..
HitHv Hull ol'i:i-rj' l srrliliu
MpiiI ! Mini !
lining bought; out; the latereit of
Kochter llroi. in the meat buIncs, I am
prepared to luru'iti the people of Olro, ai
well an tearnboatis with the bnlcet meats
th tutrkct afford, and all tlioe within;? to
harn their meat dell ireil at their homes',
can bo accommodated, lte-pectfully,
C-10-tf. I'll it.. How.utn.
r.xrtlrsliins, I'lllllrs. i'.tv.
'I ho kooJ pas.eutr steamer, Hancock
Cil,can he chartered lor excursion or
picnic at rm-onaMc rates. Apply to
'J-2-lrn YVAi.KKn.t Nkilis.
:ct Hip li i.
Ir. i'eth Arnold'" Couh Killer the
fteiX cradleator lor nil lung dlcas a su
perior remedy to all other Medicines' yet
discovered, In ret ere ciM-'. Hl Hire,
ipilaV, and perfectly Kifo remedy lor
eolith", cold, Kire throat, w hooping eouh
jroup, and all dieae of the throat and
lung. Itetall (.rice, ! and W tent and ?l.
ADy hottle that doe not kI'o relief may he
returned, aodlbe money will he refunded.
lr. Seth Arnold' Diarrhiua Italjim, 'i"iaod
Wcent. ncraembcr it l warrnuled. Ar.
liold'n llll'loiH Mindrake I'I'.Ij, operating
wl'Jaoul ilckne and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Stn Arnold' Medical Oorporati "n.
Woonsocket. It. I. Soldbyl'aul (i.Schuh,
drugh'Ut, Cairo, III. uVMVSm.
t-XX Amber nnd White rnjr "took
i'iivilopeJattliclli't.LKTiN- cilllce, printed,
S3 Maud 1 00 prr M.
( nnil Mcc ler.
Landlord! ol hotel and hoarding houcs
Hillflndltto their idvanUge to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, Laundrc, No 12 Kourth
trctt, between Wellington and Commer
cial awnucf. Hotel aud hoirdlng-ljoufe
wahlng, 75 cents perdozen. Kol piecework
prices are ai (ollowt Slugle thlrt and col
lar, lOe; per dozen 60c; ock fie; two col
law, 6c; tw o Inuilkerchleli', &c; Ten '.'0c;
and all gentlemen's wear, Mc. per
dozen. I.adlci' drcssc. 23 to Wc;
fklrWlO to 20c; drawer 10 to l.'.c; two
palrhofe Cc; two collaniA to 10c. Kor U
die' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; lor la
die fino clotheB, jl 25 per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delUered. l'a
.Xollir or IteniiMiil.
The well-known barber shop, corner
Eighth and Cummercial, presided ovsr ty
the popular artlt, (leorge Steinhouio, has
removed ono door north on Commercial, in
.he Grand Central Hotel. The new op is
arge aud commodious and tuofe wishing
Tor anything ariMIe in the way of fahlon
thle lmlr cutting, smooth 'hac', etc., will
lo well to cull at the (irand Central Harher
Frank Kratky, of tho Union liakery.
Commercial uveoue, between Fouith and)
Sixth streets, has re-opcncdhlshakf ry, and
la now prepared to deliver Urcad aud Cakes
of tho hcstiptallty, anywhere in tho city or
country, In tuch quantities a his custom
ers may dclre. Prices will bo ntado en
tirely with reference to the present hud
times ; in other words cheaper thau tho
ehvjpesl. Send In ytir orders
A llver pUted No. 0 WiUoti Shuttle Sew
ing Machino, hard (piano) tlnldi, valued at
tS5. Will he told at ?2fl discount, on good
ternn, and ordered direct from tho factory.
A No. 9 Wllsn Shuttle Pewlug Maehmo
valued at $75. .Will ho sold at if IS dlcount
and ordered dlreetlrrm tholastory.
KJM llouilngtoo Sowing Machlne-910
oQ' for cush. Sultablo for tailor or hoot and
At bargain, aud on goM terms Howo
Sowing Machine. May be seen at the Com
pany's olflco, comer Ninth street aud Com
mercial. FOR SALE.
PicUittiuo America" IS numbers
bonud in 2 volumes full gilt Morocco j
price, $10. , '
A styU "Ut" ''Clough, Warren & Co.'s"
Parlor Organ, rigut trom me iciorj
ttoit. u.t price,
Will be told for
A new two-horiM. Gamble wagon
For anv of tbeabOTi articles apply at
thO BVLLKTIX Oil) CO, E. A. UUHNETT,
TJM'ItHDA V, .II'VK ill, 187.-.
I.ociil Went her Rrport.
C'AIIlO.tlLI... JlllK-il, tM.
TiJiit. I IIa. I The I Wtso. Vki. I Whaii
7a in. I '.'i.'sli ! m,i I h I I lull.
11 " r.").!Ci7 1 ,1., I I I Knlr.
2 p lu. I W.'-tfJ IN' I .V Is ' fair.
THOMAS JONhS, Srgt. S. H V. H. A.
t.ouU llerlierl tins lII.Hi:.M'.lt,
A lilt "Tntrr" I'lilrli
Mr. A. 1). IVnton, living near Uoo-o
Nlaiid, It I said, has 70 acreu of potutoc
trrowlnt' llni'Iy. Twelve thoiiHiid Imi.1i
I Is tin' yield hi1 expects
brrMituMi, crj.MliAVltlUl ul J.vtk-
A -u llllllillliu.
M. ( '. Koch U now at work hulldlii u
now and "-ulistautlal twiMtory brick bull
illiifcS to be tissd for renting purposes, on
Commercial avenue, U'twifii Klflb and
I5i?IJI reduction In prlcos ol Feather
Du-ier, :it Schiili'. dniy store.
Voting Wallace Thayer, son of the
l!ev. It. It. Thayer, lonnerly of this city,
and w hoso home at prcciit Is In Vln
ceimes Indian, h In tit city tl'ltlng bis
llillriiMil'IIJtr.i:it-nt I.iiuIh Her.
Mr. II. T. Ocrould, .Superintendent of
thu Cairo City (las Works, lias gone Into
the budness of putting up and repairing
fin roofs, and any one who has work of
this ilieriptloii to be (lone, will do well to
give him a call.
rrj-The llnct article of Salad fill nt
The saloon lately owned nud conduct'
i-l by Mm. Nasano, at the corner of
Eighteenth street and Commerchil nvt
mie, urn cliangcil bands Mr. Charles
Lawrence, n former conductor on the
Illinois: Central railroad, having rented
a mo( tl'hr,ntber-
City Treasurer Illake tells u- that lie U
ready and at the rcrvice of any of our
citizi ns who may want awnings put up,
either on bti-ine.-- hou.-es or private resi
dences, as he now makes work of this
kind a .-peciallty. He is always to be
fotind at hi olllee.'on Commercial ave
nue. 2r-OenuIiie Congress water in bottles,
at tk-huh's drusr store. I'.'i ceni- iht bot
hpceitk-atlous and plan lor building
Turner Hall, corner Tenth and I'oplar
treyt, can be seen at K. & W. lltuler'-.
comer ol Klghth .".trcct and Witsblngton
avenue, and bid will Ik received fur tho
same until Sunday, July 27th, at 10
o'clock a. m. Ity order of Committee on
building. Wt. IlfDKii,
Ir. A. 11. Kerry, of Pemiscot county,
ML--ourl, who was In our city yesterday
for the purpose of buying .supplies for
hl.s store, being an exten-Ive dealer in
dry goods, groceries, etc., informs us
that the cotton crop in bU county prom
ise; to be the largest ever known lu that
part of the Suite.
I.onlt ll.rl.irf for l'll.Si:-
The Iiouju lately damagetl by lire on
Klghth -trcet, near the Melhodht
church, owned by Mr5. Fields, is now un
dergoing repair and being enlarged.
The work Is under tho supervision of Mr.
II. I Livingston, who will no doubt Sit 1
his contract with neatness and dUpatch.
IMI.SCXKi: at Louis Herbert'
Iiepiity City Jullor.
Mr. John Clancey, who was nomina
ted by Mayor Winter and continued by
the City Council to till the otllce of city
Jailor for this year, has, we are Informed,
appointed ex-Jailor McCarthey as his
deputy city jailor, and It Is likely that that
gentleman will remain lu charge of the
city jail throughout tho year lu that ca
pacity. (Joint; n.
The work on the new and substantial
building being constructed by Mr. J. II.
rhlllips, nt the corner of Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, still con
tinue?, ami within a reasonable length of
time, wu expert to sec at that place a
'trueture that will compensate Mr. Phil
lips lor Ids enterprise, and one, also, that
will bo a credit to the city of Cairo.
Now lrl Well,
Mr. Adolph Swoboda, ono of our en
terprising and gentlemanly grocers who
has within his heart a kindly feeling to
ward both man and beast, has taken upon
hlm-elf, aud at ids own expense, tho
trouble of sinking a drive well, for tho
beuellt of tanners and country tonus.
The well Is to bo suventy-tlvo feet deep
and situated near nu store on Poplar
t'nlro I.oilno ,o.a.7 Juim lilth, IH7.1.
All olllcerd and members of Cairo
Lodge No. 237 ...with their families, and all
widows and orphans of deceased Masons,
are rordially Invited to attend and par
ticipate in ohiervlng Uih Festival ol St.
John the Daptixt on. Thursday evening,
June 21th, lu the Hall ol tho Lodge,
which will bo appropriately decorated for
the occasion.. Jam. S. Kerpes, W. M.
t&TGo io JaecM'i and try hli ERL.iK'
OEIi, a Mightill btcrrnpt.
In nr.fithcr rolnrut) ol thUKJUflof the
Pl'itiiTix will Ih found tho ndvcrtlo
incntof Mr. II, W, Hlvlli", proprlMor of
the hotel ut Ulxon Springs. These
springs are rlluated about half way Iki
tween Vienna and Oolconda, anil can bn
reached by linck, froinrlthrrplacis From
gentlemen of this city who have paid fre
quent visits to this place, we learn Hint it
Uu most delightful f-pot, situated In a
beautllul beach grove, with a romantic
stream of pure cool water coursing
through a range ol romantic and pletur
e'qnc rocks, and surrounded by beauti
ful scenery. The air is cool aud invigor
ating, even lu the most otiltry weather,
and i exceedingly healthful for Invalids.
There will be a special meeting ol! the
Alexander Hunting club, held at their
meeting room, this evening, for the pur
po.rt ol making nriangcmcntx lor their
picnic on the Fourth of duly. Kvery
member Is requested tn be pre-ent. By
order of the president.
I.. Oiilho.v, President.
Iiiii.v l'iifEHs, Secretary.
On Tuesday, a young man named
Charles I.you, of Smlthlaud, Kentucky,
came down on the Jim. Flk and took
paage on the City orciiesterfor Mem
phis While in the city, he visited for
mer acquaintance and they soon learned,
from his actions nud conversation that he
was crazy as n loon on the .subject of re
ligion, lie said he was called to Mem
phis on a ministerial mission, but dare not
explain It, and that he had not
tasted food mid had taken very little
water or drink of any kind lor several
days. His friends here tried to induce
him to take food, but they failed com
pletely. Feeling that he Miould bj taken
care of they tried to detain him here un
til his friends In .Sinltldand could be no
tified, but he broke away trom them anil
Is now on his way to Memphis.
FOr Nnle or Rent.
The house and lot on the corner ol
Klghth aud Walnut Urcets. For particu
lars apply to Miss. Coimixos
The HlniiKhtrr or the IK.
The slaughter of unprotected and
friendless canines still progresses with
unrelenting and mercileis effect In this
city. Seventeen of tho unfortunate
brutes, In which number might liavc
been lounj a rcprcj-entativo of almost
every 'pecies of the animal, were sent to
their la.-t homes by the exterminators
ye.-tcrday morning, by receiving a load
ol cold lead in their careas.-cs A fit r the
dogs aie shot, the person who kills them,
in order that he uny receive ths compen
sation due htm lor his " labor, takes the
scalp of each dog, carries It to Chief Wil
liams, report" where each carcass may
be found, so that the dog-man hired to
carry them away may Ibid them, re
ceives Ids pay aud starts out again on his
mission of death. It Is said that tho dog
slayers are enabled to make a very re
qectable living by their labor.
Jg;trc:clved by the New York Store,
2.'i gros of assorted Glass Fruit .1 ars, which
wedUallolferatOOccnU per dozen. Thli
makei glais Jars lowrr than tin can. Lib
eral di-coimt to the trade.
Chaklks ), I'.vTir.K A- Co.
A Villi tn tin. tiut Works.
A party of ladlca and gentlemen of this
city, who arc, it is said, equally as fond
ol g-a.lng on a neat piece of machinery as
they arc of feasting their eyes upon a
stylish bonnet or fine fitting pair of
trowsers, atjthc solicitation of Mr. II. T.
Gerould, the superentciulcnt, visited the
Cairo .city Gas Works yesterday after
noon. They i-pent an hour or more in
inspecting the new and perfect ma
chinery lately Introduced into tiie works
by the proprietors, and were very com
plimentary lu their remarks to Mr. Ger
ould for the neat and cleanly appear
ance the works present throughout. The
machinery in every department of this
institution is of tho llne.-t aud latest con
struction, and Mr. Gerould has reason to
feel proud of It. He takes much pleasure
in explaining to all who honor him with
a visit, the various superior qualities
possessed by each particular piece.
War nn Ow ner ul' Itillliiril Tnblen.
The pollco otllcers of tills city are mak
ing war on the owners of billiard tables.
It is claimed by the otllcers that t-cveral
of the saloou keepers have billiard tables
in their saloons upon which they pay no
license, and upon which they allow the
game to be played the same as upon
those that do pay license, and the author
ities are making an effort to bring Hie
owners ol such tables to time and make
them hand over tho requMto amount of
license. In one eae, thai 1 Mrs. Xa
sano, Judge Uross assessed a line of $3
and costs, but In the cases'of several other
saloon keepers, who aro accused of the
same offence, there sucmed to be some
slight hitch, and they were postponed
until this morning at eight o'clock. A
number of witnesses have been sum
moned by both the defendants and
plalutifls to testify in thu cases, and thu
trials will doubtless he made very inter
The Delink Int ItHtloii.
Tho Hough & Heady Fire company of
this city, having refused to honor the in
vltatton of the pcoplo of Murphysboro
with their prescuco at their celc
bratlou on tho 5th of July, the
Delta City company, who have deter
mined to bo participants In that grand
event, have kindly Invited such members
of the Hough & Heady company, who
have a desire to bo present at tho celebra
tion, to don tho cap and belt of the Del
tas' organization, nud attend the demon
stration as members of MiV company.
This, we consider, on the part of the
Delta's, a very kind and brotherly act.
The Delta's ro,a.s U generally conceded,
the rising company ol our city. It Is
composed of a large number of tho most
enterprising and lively men ol Cairo, who
aro always ready aud willing to enter
Into any demonstration that will liavd a
tendency to make tlio organization one
id which tho yoitnsr Aral ablediodlwl, &
woll m Hip older and more sedfttn poitlon
of our community, takinu interest.
Tho Hough, having lully established
their reputation iw u company of extra
ordinary merit, and being composed of
such nun as .fudge Mros, who have
paed their days of athletic sports and
who are now on their course down the
other side of life, have given way to their
younger and amusement-loving ai well
as hard working brothers, and tender
them, now that the time has come, the
laurels which they have worn so nobly
slnco their organization.
It Is this, no doubt, that )a Inspired
the Deltas with a desire to show their ap
preciation of the noble) work done by the
Hough In days gone by, when Ihey
were gay and .festive, and prompted
them to extend cordial an invitation to
the youniccr anil fun-loving portion of
the Houghs' members for there are still
a few young ami sprightly men hi their
ranks w ho have by the refusal of the
company to takqpart lu the celebration,
been e.-topped from exhibiting their
prowess as tlrcmtn. Hut thl obstacle,
by the kindness of the Deltas, has, wc
are glad to say, been overcome, nnd the
younger members of the Houghs will en
joy the good lime that awaits them at
Murphysboro, without disturbing the
equanimity ofthe old nnd sedate mcmliers
of their company.
A. V. Uarteson, of Villa RMgr, was
at the Grand Central yesterday.
II. S. Hltchle, of St. Louts, was at
the St. Charles yesterday.
Louis Klein, a gentleman from Cin
cinnati, was at the St. Charles yesterday.
J A. Coffee, of Ilaliard. took his tea
at the Grand Central yesterday.
Mr. Purkin3, of Chicago, was regis
tered at the St. Charles yesterday.
J. D. Morgan, of Jackson, Tennessee,
was registered at thu Delmonlco yester
day. A. P. O'llrlcu was at the Dcluu tiico
yesterday. He halls from Jackson, f en
ncssee. Mrs. l.eltuer and Mr. Shebbe, both
of Thebes, wcreat the Delmonlco yester
day. Jesse llrytell, of Memphis, ate well
ol the things set before him at the Del
Wm. Fraud, of Ilrowusville, Tennes
see, slept in a trundle bed at the.Platiter.s'
John I-amb, of Iirowiisvllle, Ten
nessee, slaughtered a calf at the Planters'
KniII Gerlock, of Newark, New Jer
sey, rested his weary limbs at the Plan
M. Kessiier and lady, of Kimball,
Tennessee, were regl-tered at the Plan
James Pictce, of Montlcello, Illinois,
stabbed himself with a biscuit at the St.
M. W. Donnelly, of Michigan City,
Mississippi, took his hash at the St.
E. L. Holllns, of Canton, Ml-slssippl,
lolletl Into a fenthec lxilat tlio !eliiionlcv
Cico. . Corll, the tobaaeco man of
Metropolis, carved his strawberry short
cake at the St. Charles yesterday.
r. !. Iiouton, editor of the Jones-
boro Gazette, took his meals at the Grand
F. P. Howe,of Kin Monday, Illinois,
raised a rumpus among the eatables at
the St. Cliarles yesserday.
The name of August Neiieuhahu, of
St. Louis, astonished the frequenters of
tho Planters' yesterday.
E. Gardner, of Jackson, Tennessee,
partook of the good things set betorc
him at the Grand Central yesterday.
O. P. Miller, of New Orleans, ground
the food well that went into his capacious
stomach at the Delmonlco yesterday.
Win. French, of Ilrowusville, Ten
nessee, satisttcu tne desires ot ins appe
tite at thu St. Charles yesterday.
G. W. uewcll, of Ilertrand, Missouri,
did justice to the line dinner that was
set liefore him at the Delmonlco vester
day. John Cheek proved himself an ex
ceedingly mild gentleman at the Grand
Central yesterday.- lie lives in Villa
P. J. Green, a mat lrom MaysvHlc,
Kentucky, ripened strawberries at the
St. Charles In a very .-.iort space of time
John II. Sontag, t dealer In ciittlcry
at Kvansville, slaughtered veal In a
scientific nnuner.at t!ic St. Charles yes
terday. A. B. Knott, ol ilouticello, Illinois,
tied up within his stomach a goodly sup
ply of victuals at the St. Charles yester
day. Mr. Patterson, of Decatur, Illinois,
was lu town ycrtcrday looking for the
niau who struck him. He put up at the
Judro William J. Allen, of Carbon
dale, otitenced and imprisoned in a lock
up, tha. he carries with him, a number of
codllsli balls at tho St. Charles yesterday.
lliiiryll. Barrow, a United States
navyilicntenanr, wheeled off supplies suf
ficient to last him till he had finished his
Jourrey, from the St. Charles yesterday.
W. B. Anderson, K. L, Audvri-on,
James W. Thompson, Henry Burnett
and John V. Gold, all good feeders, put
up at the St. Charles yesterday.
Arlington Ice Cream Saloon, T. B. Ki
lls proprietor, at tho Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh, is now open.
Tho most delicious Ico Cream always on
haml. Families supplied with any quan-
' tlty, and at reasonable prices. 0-lS-tf.
I Plctitreaqtift Anicrlrn.
At the Bullet i? bindery 18 numbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco', cost StUforfralc atSlO.
XXX Wood stock envelope at tho
Bi'LI.ktin otllce, $3 00 per M.
Two furnished rooms, with or without
board. Inquire at Josewi Smith's fur
nlturo store, Comincrglnl avenue.
(mpln ra furthar. V, R, f). la
l.MTon BtLLKm ;-It li a fact that
tho city of Cairo subscribed ono hundred
thotuand dollars to the Cairo & Vin
cetuies railroad and paid over tho same
when certain conditions, contracted be
tween the above named parties, were
compiled with. No citizen ol Cairo mur
mured all were satisfied, and consid
ered the act w lie and judicious, and to
the best Interest of our city. In addition
to the above named subscription, our
county subscribed and paid to the Cairo
& Vlncennes railroad company one hun
dred thousand dollar., and all was well.
We have fulfilled our obligations with the
railroad company strictly, In aeconlaneo
with our agreement. Now let us see
how thu railroad company has treated us
for our favors. In 1S09 tho Cnlro & Vln
cciiuos railroad company petitioned our
city council for the right of way over
Commercial avenue. Our council granted
aid jictltloii, at the same time creating
an ordinance stipulating the contract and
binding both parties to the agreement
tn this contract. The railroad company
agreed to always keep the crossing In
good repair and the track' surfaced so as
to allow n dray or wagon to cross con
veniently at any given point. Have they
done It? No. What U tho condition of
the Cairo & Vlncennes railroad to-day?
There is not a boy ol ten years old lu Cairo
to-day but N ready to answer, and the an
swer !: "A dog-goned nuisance." I think
I have gone far enoimh. All we want,
aud all we ask Is, treat us as we hae
treated you ; fulfil your promNo with us
as we have done with you, and your hum
ble servant will set his pen aside.
A Mk k.
TI.N p!eaant Summer lteort is now open
for visitors. 'I he Springs arc the tinett
Ctnlybcate water, and arc tltuatcd lu a
beautiful becth grove, near a romantic
ttrcam with high rocky hanks. TheSprlngi
aro half-way between Vlenua nut Ool
conda, and can be reached by hack from
either ol tlioso places. It. W. Bivisp,
June 22, 1S7&. -7l-2w.
tni-The celebrated Sehlitz MIL W'A ('
KEK JIEElt ai JaeckcV.
Tor Nnle Cheap.
Tlio entire outfit of the Urand Central
Hotel, with a live years' lease, and on reas
onable terms. For particulars, apply to
7T-J-22-tr. Wm. WlCTZBL.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, betw. ecu
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
C-13-tt. Apply to Dit. Smith.
tayX Hag idock envelopes at the Bn.
LKii.v otllce, $3 per M.
iQyGcnuine Congress Spring Water,
put up in bottles only, for sale atSchuh's
drug store at $2 00 icr dozen.
as to the treatment of all di-eases, trom the
mildest ailment to the deadliest epidemic.
buttUo fact that the Calltornia Vinegar
lonal d'tferences of little consequence,
While Dyspepsia, Gout, ltlicuiiutlMii, UrI
nary Compliints UlIliou'ncM-, Nervous
Disabilities, and all disorders not organic,
aro obliterated by this matchles- vegetable
tonic and alterative, who cares for opln-Ion-
Obstacles to Marriage.
Hippy relief for young men frjm tbo cf
fects of crrori and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method of treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Books
and elrculirs scot lrce, In scaled cnvolopes.
Address, HOWAUD ASSOCIATION, 410
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an lnti-
tutlon having a high reputation for honor
a) le conduct and protetslonal t kill,
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Hello Memphis, Memphis.
' City Chester, St. Louis.
Chas. Morgan, Cincinnati.
" Belle Shrcveport, St. Louis.
" Alice, St. Louis.
" Sto. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Propeller Alf. Stevens, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Falls Pilot, Kvansville.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
Belle Mcmpnls, St. Louis.
City Chester, Memphis.
" Chas. Morgan, New Orleans.
Belle Shrevcport, Now Orleans.
Ste. Genevieve, Now Orleans,
Propeller Alf. Stevens, Obion river.
Tow-boat Falls Pilot, New Orleans.
Jim Fi-k, Paducah ; Mlnneola, Cin
cinnati ; Susie Silver, Cherokee, South ;
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
KIVElt AX1 WEATHER.
The river last evening was 21 feet 10
Inches on the gauge, having risen 20
Inches during tlio previous 2 1 hours. The
river is stationery at Pittsburg, but
rising at Kvansville and at Xashville. A
heavy ndn fell at Kvansville night before
last." A decline Is reported ntSt. Louis,
although the Missouri is rUIng above.
The Jas. D. Parker, R. W. Wise,
master, L. M. Klisoe, clerk, Is tlio relia
ble packet to-morrow (Friday) morning
at 10 o'clock, lor Cincinnati and all way
points. Paisengers and shippers should
make, a note.
Capt. W. P. Halllday and daughter
departed by rail last evening for a short
vli.it to Chicago.
Tlio Charles Morgau came out of
tho Ohio with an excellent trip, and
added probably 200 tons here.
Inspccter Rallstou ot Memphis, is In
the city, and yesterday Inspected tho tug
Montatik, ferry-boat Three-States and the
S. H. Selmes.
Tho government llshthouso boat,
Alice, Capt. Crapster, left St. I.oms nt 0
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
NO HUMBUG- -
The Original Cheap Store
142 Commercial Ave.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
The Entiro Stock of Ladies' 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
rl l-i in
o'clock yesterday morning and arrived
here at (J o'clock in the evening, mak
ing the run in 13 hours. She took on the
sklfl brought down lv the James D.
Parker and started back to look ntter tho
lights between this port and Si. Louis.
The steamer R. W. Sklllinger, which
was struck by lightning and burned
while laying up above the wharf at Cin
cinnati on .Monday evening, was the prop
erty of Captain Thornton Russell, and
was valued at $15,000; Insured for $10,
000 lu the Kureka company, of Cincin
nati, the Pcabody, of Pittsburg, and
other companies. Slio was, about four
years old, and was employed lu the
Kanawha river trade. Captain Rus
sell purchased her eighteen mouths ago.
Her hull was built at Marysvllle, her
cabin added at Wheeling, and she was
afterwards lengthened at Madison. It Is
po?iblc that the hull Is saved, but this is
doubtful. She had liven lying at I.ithcr-
bury'.'' Landing for about a week. The
Kra No. 0 is John Robinson's old circus
boat. We understand tli.it he sold her
Monday. She lay just below the Skll
linger and was badly scratched, but the
energy of the llremeu aved her from de
Cincinnati Commercial : The Frank
Wlllardlett for Pittsburg at daylight
Sunday morning, under charter of 'Lieu
tenant Rockwell, of the Government
Lighthouse Hoard. She goes to Pitts
burg direct, and after Inspecting the va
rious lights put up. and consulting the
Coal Exchange and river men nt that
point, will maku such changes in the lo
cation of the lights on iter down trip as
may be deemed necessary Lew.
Ktirkc, formerly second engineer on the
St. James, and Jimmy Patterson, for
merly second clerk on the Ho-tona and
St. James, havu gone to South
America to enter the employ of
a railroad company Capt. Hoyd, of
Little Hock, has contracted with the St.
Louis Marine Wars to build a towboat
She is to be 10." feet long, 30 feettloor, 31
leet beam, and 3 feet hold, and to draw
lJ)Jii"hi L'"'' l' .. I rSleaw. Mnxo v win
iiiniiMi ner liiaeiiiuery, ami Jir. ueorge
Manlon the Iron work, chains, anchors,
etc., uic ooai ui oo ucuvcrcii in mm in
sixty days 1 he city ol ew Orleans
has been enjoined from leasing its
wharves to private parties, on the ground
that all the waters leading to thu gulf
shall bo common highways, freo to the
public forever, according "to the acts of
ee.-slou of the Mississippi Vallev from
France to America, and ot the admittance
ship .Memphis, on the bar
at Pass n l'Outrc, mouth of
tho Mississippi, three days since,
has as part of her cargo 1000 tons ot iron
cotton ties for Xew Orleans from Liver
pool Harry W. Stein, the clerk of
the Charles Morgan, was the recipient of
a handsome gold-headed cane from liN
friends of Louisville.- The wife of
Captain J. Sharp McDonald, a former
well known coal operator, died at the
residence ol her husband, in Scwickley,
on Saturday. The deceased was tho
daughter of Captain John Dlppold
Work Is being pushed lorward on Captain
John Woodburiio's new boat It Is re
ported that Captain George D. Moore Is
prospecting for a new boat at Pittsburg.
Tho Fearless' barges, which were
badly damaged by lire when the Mollle
Kbert and Juniata were burned, will bo
ent trt thu ship yard fur royulrs.
New Orleans Times, 21 : The ele
gant Robert Mitchell, Capt. Lew Kates,
Clerk A. M. Du Sonchett, Is to the front
with a line freight trip. She had a total
cargo of 15,007 packages ol WesUirn
produce Hilly Hrown, clerk of tho
burned John Kyle, left last evening by
tho Mobile train for his homo at Wheel
ing, West Va.
St. Louis Times, 23: The city of New
Orleans owes the steamer James Howard
$2117 for wharfage unlawfully collected
from her during the nigger Radical rule.
The Cltv of Alton has a similar claim for
$1100. When the money will be returned
to these boats, however, no one kuowcth.
Captain A. J. Carter, of the John A.
Scudder, was presented yesterday with
an elegant set ot shirt studs by his old
friend and admirer. Mr. Mack Kretsch
mar, of Greenville, Miss. The gallant
Captain is a great favorlto with the pub
lic. Not long since he was the recipient
of a valuable gold-headed cane
by a number of ladles who
were pas-engers on his boat
The James Howard's new patent eondeii
sers were taken aboard yesterday. They
arelmmeii-e affairs Capt. Frank Hicks
is In Metropolis looking alter his new
cotton boat, while his partner, Capt. Alf.
Urlssoni, is "covortin"' around among
the planters and making extensive
engagements for the new season.
Wan Uxi-aiitsikst, Kivkh itici'OUT,
Juue'23. 157J. I
low WArxn, c"-"""-
IT. IN. IT. XX.
1 11 Xi J
7 10 xl
a 'I op
For Paduoah, JansTillo. Louis
villo od Cincinnati.
flrf Kleeant Passenger Stunner
J. D. PARKER,
It. W, Wlic
I.. M. K1X40C i
lum on I'UIDAV morning at 10 o'clock pre
cisely. For freight or pave apply un board or at
elthir wbarf.boat. 6-a-.
I tfitn, IU rrW Urt. MWW sntu.
iwut CsUitu ui iwr. Ts ' I
HO! FOR THE WOODS!
SAW, m 3rd, 1675.
T. P. ECKERT,
For the Benefit of the
nisi in kb.
The Excurilon will evtrad In Pidiinh. liut
brautlrul picnic ymundi will Us Mlectcd bop
Calr!oiil4,wtni ihmwlii) deal re romp tn ttir
wimmIi, mar enjoy themMlru until tbe return
of the boot . 1 he public are earnestly InTlttd to
Monday, July 5th.
Tha Magnificent Exeuraloa Itsuur
T. F. SCZSRT.
Will take out a irrand picnic party on the 5th
nf Jul)-, which will U- o arrangt! aa t termin
ate In a .MooiiIIkM Excursion. The excursion
U planned expressly tax the younc .people of
the city, and good music and everything neces
sary to make the occasion enjoyable will be pro-
Corrected Dally by E. M. Stearns, commission
merchant, becreUry of the Cairo Board ot
Flour, according to gmlt (4 0O37 60
Com, mixed, sacked- ... 77c
Corn, white, sacked - .,, &&2c
Oats, mlxul ...........,......., wsSc
llrun, ir ttm..... ... $16 oa
Meal, steam drieil $3 7S
llutter, choice Northern friie
Iluttcr,choire Southern 111 30e
Ekes, per dozen HKc
Chickens, per dozen as uo
Turkeys, per dozen.-.. aid Ou
Potatoes, r barrel . t3 so
Onlvns, per barrel . Ii 60
Strawberries per crate S 75
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo & St. T-onlaRailroxl Company.
PUtlMC notice Is hereby glrra that there wilt
be ticlil u meeting of the stockholders of the
Cairo ft St Iula llallroail Company, at the
station home of said company, In the city ol
Kat .St. Ixjuii. In the county of St, Clair ami
State of Illinois, on
.Holiday Ibe itSlli Day of June, A. D.
at the hours of eleveu o'clock a. ra., for tha pur
l)of tlien and there electing by said stock
holders seven directors for said company lor the
ensuing year, and then and there transacting
such other business appertaining to said com-
linn v s Rhall come ueuirc said meeting.
A full attendance of all the stockholder In
Md cnmv&nr ) r4iMsdatHl much desired.
Iilr tulsSOthiUy ofMay, IIIJ.
II. W. AM1TIICKS,
J. J. CAUDA,
W. K. ARTHUR,
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rue children's clithei, to paterfamilias by
Its tasteful delgn for embroidered slipper
and luxurious dre.slnc gowns. But the
rcadlog matter of the bazar Is uniformly ot
great exccllonoe. The paper bis acquired
a wide popularity for the fireside enjoyment
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