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AS0AI.ON J.ODGK, NO, 61.
Ithliitif" of ry'lilni,"yn.ts every Fri
day itfrlit At Imlf-pait seven, m Odd
IvllcmV Hall, C K. Hlack,
alkxandiih lodiii:, no, i.
Iiuti-miuli-nt Onlir of Md-Fel-
Rtuvt, iiim'U every Utiiriwlay nlulit
''TJtfSfcl nt lintr-trMKt k vcii. In tliclr lmll fill
(.oiium-rcla! nrmui-, between ftlxth nnd Scvrntli
CiAino i:n( ami'Mknt, i. o. o. r., nm-m
In Odd-Fellows' Hull imthu llrt ami thiol
I niKilfl In i-wy month, ut liir-nt men
C K SLACK, ;. r.
AIIIOI.OIHIi:. N0.2I7,A.F. A. M.
Iloldninilnr uniiiiminUntluiit In Ma-
BIIIIU IIH1I, t'MJIl I . .llllllll H.i.tl .uv
'ninl 1 : 1 lt 1 1 1 1 1 Must, (ill the n-cond nnd
i tirth Monday officii muiitli
FOURTH OF JULY AT HOME.
THE CAIRO ALEXANDKTl irUNTINO
WILL . IV I. V
llrmiil I'ntl lutlc Oll'lil-nlloll
Coming Anniversary of American Independ
ence AT Till.
llrnuilliil liiiiiuitiv liiim-, iipiiii.
The mo-t nxteii'lve preparation have
ln.cn matli' by the Cairo Alexander limit
In;; Club to make. thU tlay a inoinomhlo
and patriotic om1" in the hl-dory ot
The ground i have hocu cleared of tin-dcrhru-h,
platforms for .-poalier-i anil
teats lor tliu audience have hecti erected,
ti line dancing lloor laid on -teel prhi";i
provided, and two cornet hand Iroin
Chicago nml I'vansvillu and Prof. Kl-ctt-lwrg's
line Mring band have been em
jiioyi'd. Kcfii-hment tanN will 1
put up and ln for the little ime-s
carefully pri'parcd. 'VUU I- no money
miking buIni""i, but only provlth-d for
tbo cotiK-.tt and plea-ure of the public.
The boat will Wave at Capt. Ilalltdny'ii
Mharl.bo.it nlfollovv ; 0. 1 at 0 o'clock
a. in.; No. 'J at i o'clock a. in.-. Xo. : nt
11 o'clock a. tn.; So. I at 1 o'clock p. i.;
Xo. o at 1:.'W p. in. Xo.O at p. in.;
and No. 7 at 3:150 p. in.
Ticket? lor the round trip, 21 cent.''
I lilldrcti accompanied by their parent
BY OUU FRIEND AT THE CORNER.
Huts. 4'npi.. 4'lof III nr. .lr.
I. Wnlder, at the corner of Ohio I-cvro
nnd Sixth -treet, known to soine as "our
friend at the corner." ha
buxhtcntl" high prices In Hat-, Cap-,
mid Clothing. Ho Is Milling at great "ar
raln, a fact that makes tome .icalers let l
us II they were hot or struck by light
ning. Call on him. nd price hi-, goods
for which he doc- not owe n nickle.
III.SI:m:U nt I.oui Hrrliprrv.
We will t ike, at tin- St. (.Juries Hotel,
linrini; ttic-unimcrinontli,Mdiy bowler?,
iit $M por montli, and.' boarder- with cool,
plcavint rootn on the iif per floor, at 30
per month. Atthli oxt-etncly low rite,
nunc but promptly payloi; boirdofs will be
accepted. .Jewktt Wilcox & Co.,
Hiini- Hull- orilvery llp-crlplliMi
PIIII. II. SALTS.
r. iiiin-, ri ni(H,
The good pa'ciii'cr steamer, llannock
CHy, c-n bo chartered lor excursion- or
plcnirt at re I'onablc rates. Apply to
0-M tn W. l.K Kit Ar X i: t I.l-.
;-i iiic Hist.
Dr. s'elh Arnolds Cotisli Killer the
Uicii uraillcitor lor a'l Inns dhen'-ei-a su
perior remoily to all other medicines yet
discovered, In severe t:ac. Ills a Hire,
milsk, and perfectly afo remedy lor
cough?, cold, -ore throit, whooping cough
;roup, and all dUcai-ca of the throat and
lutiL'i. Itctull price, i' ami 50 cents and l.
Any bottle that doej not k'vc relief may bo
returned, andtbe money will bo refunded.
Dr. Stlii Arnold' Diurrbica llaldiiu J.'iainl
W cents. Kuinombcr It In warratilcd. Ar
nold'bllirioui lundrako rill-, operating
without tlckneti and pin. Compounded
by Dr. .Seth Arnolds .Medical Corporati n,
Woonfockct, It. I, Sold by Paul ti.Sehtili,
druKglM, Cairo, Hi. M-l-2.--3'ii.
do mil! Kcc Mer.
Landlords ol hofeli and boarding uuu-en
wllltlndltto their cdvatdago to call tijion
.Mm. Coleman, l.aundrc.-?, Xo 'l 1'ourlh
street, botwetn Washington and Commer
cial avenues. Hotel and boardlug-hoiito
washing, 75ccntspcrdo,cn. I'oi piecework
lirlcet are a follow: Slnglo fcldit and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 60c; iock lie; two col
lat", r.ej two handkcrchlefc, Ccj vettn liOc;
and all gontlcmen's wear, 80u, per
doen. Ladles' dresseii, 25 to BOcj
tUUU 10 to 20o; drawer 10 to 15c; two
pair ofo liuj two collars 0 to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes $1 00 per do.eu; for la
dies lino clothes, 91 2Ti per dozen; done
dramptly, nnd promptly delivered. Pa
.Nollee of Iteiiiovul.
Tht well-known barber shop, corner
eighth md Cummercial, presldod ovar by
:ho populatnrtbt, Oeorgo Stcinuoiuo, lias
removed ono for north on Commercial, in
.ho (Irand CentriA Hotel. The new shop U
largo and commodious, nmi those wishing
lor anything artlitlo In tliu way of fashion
blo hair cutting, Binoolh slmven, etc., will
Jo well to call at the (Iraud Contnd Harbor
TIIL'IISDAV, JL'LV I, 1875.
I.nrnl H'pntlirr Itrporl.
Caii:o, III., .Iimii-i, K.i.
ll.u:. I Tin:. I Winii. I Vr.t
i a in
Cnlm 0 I I'nlr
I.. I '.' I Fill!'.
I;. I M.'linr
'IIIOJIAH .IONES, Scmt. H. si., V. . A.
Cajit. .lohn (j. .Mann, dlvl-loii fiiijier
Intendani oftho Ml-l-lppl "entnil rail
road, Is in tho city.
ieti iiini'ii.si:.M;it..iii i.uiiN iii i.
'1 he wild of Dr. I.each, honid'opatliNl,
will bo loiuid in another column, lie ha
loid much experience In the practice of
liU proles-Ion. and will pay especial nt
k'lillon to the trealinenl of surgical dl-
Pnmllle wnntiiig above win In;
piled liyli-avlng their order with
K. A. WiirxLotK & Co..
fWI-St Xo.77 Ohio Levee
I:tiIiiIiiii ofn I,iiuii.
A lamp in one of the rooms at the Ar
lington hotel exploded on Tuesday night,
but the Maine were extinguished before
they had gained much bond way, ir any
l.oiil- lliiliirl lilt - I'lI.Mt.Vi:!!.
'o met on the -trcct yitenlay Mr.
K. I'. formerly of Cairo, now of
Atlanta, (jcorgla. .Judging l'roni hi-look'
the South inn-t agrco with hhn we
never -aw him looking hcallhier or hap
pier. ISO KITXIXU lilt tiu, un-;),rr.
Ill lite C'io
Me.-ir-. II. H. Pay-son, the newly
elected pre-Ideiit of the Cairo tSt. Louis
narrow gauge railroad comjiany, and
.1. II. Illtikley, W. II. Mcl'itrlaud", K. T.
S-arles and C. A. Went, alo high
oIllciaN of the narrow gaugu road,
were In tlie city ye-itcrday. They left
for St. LoiiUou tho morning train.
tSyHIg reduction In price of Keatlu r
Otiiti r., at Schuh'jj drugstore.
(Jenuicc C ingri'S' Spiln? wter in bot
tle, kept on Ice and, s . -Id for 10 cents per
g!ai, 20ccnt pir bottle, and $2 per dotn,
atthe following places ; Phil. Saup's Con
fectionery ; Mciaulc'i and Schuh's Dnig-store-,
and Louis Herbert's Iteataurant.
The Saratogi Congrc-j Sprln; Water U
put np nd fold in bottles only, to Insure Its
original strcnjih ami medicinal propntici.
l.onU llorlierl'it fiir IMI.Si:-
A litiiil Art.
Ill yesterday morning's i-suc of the
HulUim wo stated that Sarah Charh.-f i
the woman who attempted to Like her
life by walking Into the Ohio river, had
been placed in the hand- ol an olllcer. who
would seo that iie was sent hack to her
home In Xow Albany, Indiana. Jlr
Jlnefiior, wife of the proprietor of the
Planteri' IIou-c, being made acojiaintcd
with the clrcum-tauLVioftlie iiuforltiuato
woman, made known to the ollleer her
willlngne-s to take enre of tier until n.-I
tnnce could be procured to help her In her
need, and f he wa taken to thej Planter
and given Into the hands of the good lady,
where she now He Ick. If any of the
good people of Cairo feel dl-porcd to be
stow charily upon a siulercr, they now
have the opportunity to do .-o upon one
sorely In need of their help.
t5T ;iVioi. CVl.MllACllKi: ,lr.-k.
Winn in f'liinr In ';iirn.
A letter Iroin the -ecretary of the
"JSo-olutc" ba,e ball club, of IvIUabeth
town, Kentucky, was handed u thU
lining, -aying that tho '-He-olutei"
were about to start on :i b.t-o lull lour,
ind would isit P.idueah, and if the ball
player of Cairo would pay (heir way
from P.idueah to Cairo and back to P.i
dueah a;;aln, they would come down and
play llicm u game. The Cairo lia-c ball
players, unfortunately, arc not wealthy.
ami will, wo suppose, thcreloiv have to
forego the pleasure of seeing tho "lte.so-
lutes," or entering into a contest w ith
thorn, which, no doubt, would terminate
In their utter annihilation.
Tlic t-u Circus I'oiiibliinlliiii
The following Is from tho regi-ter of
the St. Charlei Hotel and explain-. Ittcll:
S. S. 1 Oder, Manager I'-rope-Iu-SI.
Louis Combination ; .la-. .Morris, Hill
Sticker; Capt. W. L. Ilamblcton, Master
of HeiVejIiineuts ; James .loluiion, Super
intendent O.i-Work; C. W. Dunning,
Surgeon; Fred. Davis, Trea-urer and
General Manipulator; F. I), liexford,
Side Show Manager ; II. F. Mine. Ticket
ThU stupendous ''Honan.a'' will open
Its glittering generalities in the "D.dla
City" on the :12m! day of duly, 1370, nnd
will continue to instruct tho deiil.eus of
lower Fgyptlu natural history and gym
nastic evolutions Iroin day to day, while
tho culinary department of tho St.
Charles hotel can furnlh refreshment?.
It Is understood that tho nilleer.s con
nected with this marvelous organization
arc to bo the guests of tho venerable pro
prietor of this tavern. If you don't want
to come to the circus, bosure tocoinu anil
bring tho children to see tho menagerie.
All denominations nro admitted "freo
gratis for nothing!"
Arlington Ico Cream Saloon, T. 11. Fi
lls, proprietor, nt tho Arlington House,
on Commercial nvenue, between
Sixth and Seventh, Is now open.
The most delicious Ico Cream always on
linnd. Families Mippllcd with nny quan
tity, nml at roasonnble prices. U-18-tf.
PILSF.XF.lt at Louis Herbert's-.
Attempt to Burn the VUkluri Houjdi
Uli liin l Mrt'nrthy Arri-sloil f.n- lhi
OII.-iimc nml ll-ll to llnll In llie Mum
The nlann Of lire given Wednesday
morning, between t! ami II o'clock, wa
occaloned by the dl'rovrry of Urn In the
basement ol the Vlckburg Hou'e, on
The lire was llrt seen by three young
men, boarders at Iho, Vlcksburg, who
were returning home. Upon Investiga
tion It was found that the houc had
been llred In two place?, on the north side
mid front of the building, with pine and
cypres wood, raturated with carbon oil.
The young men had, It eem, a lew min
ute before, walked up Ohio Levee, nnd
when oppodtc the saloon of Michael Mc
Carthy, tho divorced lui'bandorthepro
pilctrcssot tho Vlcksburg Hoiio, raw
McCarthy come out of his houso with u
bundle under hl nnn, and tart up the
One of the parly, know ing tho Ill-feeling
that exists lietwcen McCarthy mid
his former wife, "iiiplcloncd that all was
not right, and the three determined to
watch his action-'. They walked out to
the llllnol- Central railroad track, think
In I hat McCarthy w ould thkld hlm-elf
If he delected their Intention, and allowed
him to get some dl-tnucc ahead of them,
when they started alter liliu.
'J'lmy saw nothing moroof him until
the corner of Twelfth street and the le
vee was reached, when they dl-eovcred
McCarthy Mantling on Twelfth, in the
shade of llitlen A Wll-ou'i commission
hou-e. They paid no attention to him,
nnd walked on up the levee, with the pre
tense that they had not seen hhn, to
Fourteenth street, and turned dow n to
Wlien lliey nirived at the corner, op
posite Fltgerald's saloon, on Commer
cial, they stopped and remained a few moment-,
and while Manding there, one of
tho party .saw thellames lining troin two
dlflerent partis of the house. They ran
down nnd put out tho lire, and while try
ing to extinguish the Hauic- were joined
by ollleer SchuMer.
The young man w ho had first noticed
McCarthy romc out of the IioUtO, ex
plained to the olllcer that he believed he
wa the party who had done the deed,
and they skirted in pursuit of and came
up with him on the corner of Twelfth
ami Commercial. When he was arreted
on the leyei.', after the fire was di-covered
and put out, he had no bundle with him,
and it is the general belief that tho pack
which he carried when he left his house,
contained the pine and cypres- wood with
which the lire had Iseen kindled.
lie asked them where the tire was, as
if in Ignorance of It whereabout-. The
olllcer was requested by the young man
to search McCarthy after he had Iwen ar
rested, which he did, and relieved lilm of
a pair ot bra?- knuckles and a "billy."
He was taken to the lock-up for the night
and arraigned before .fudge Hlrdye-ter-day
afternoon for carrying conceakd
w eapous.llncd live dollar- and discharged
Sherltr Irvln, however, worked the
matter up, and after taking fomc of the
wood that had been u-etl as kindling to
set lire to the house, and comparing It
with kindling found in McCarthy's hou-e
on the levee, he came to the eonclu-kn
iimt AinCni.,. u-i the man who had at
tempted to burn the vlcksburg Hotel,
and arrested and had hhn tried before
Judge Itro-, when evidence to the ellect
of tho story told above, was elicited from
Hie evidence for the defense, wa-
almo-t a- bad against McCarthy as that
advanced by the prosecution, and he was
held to trial In the .sum of two thousand
dollars to answer the charge at the next
term of the circuit court. Ho wai con
fined in the county ail In default r bail.
The .i-ii Coiiililiinllou.
According to announcement, the meet
ing ol the new "L'-rope-ln and St. Louis
circus company" took place at the St.
Charles hotel Monday evening, and a
boanl of directors clio-cnaud a campaign
planned lor the -eason.
On motion of Ilamblcton, that the
proprieties had best bo observed, the
board adjourned to the bar and entered
prote-t agaln-t accepting the 'TIco"
theories, when the member.- again got
their leg-under the mahogany and called
lames Morris to the chair, being obvi-
ou-ly the best man to III! It.
lame.- Johnson was unauiuioulv
elected secretary, which he modestly de
clined, as entailing additional labor and
mental cll'ort, but it wa- considered in-
dlspcn-ible that his talent loroiieoinpa -
r great truthfulness and entertaining
facts within brief space, should be -e-cured,
which was doiie upon tho com
pany agreeing that no tin horns should
be employed in any part of the show.
S. S. Foster, having invested heavily,
desired the llrt grab, and upon his
proml-e to keep cool, tho keys of tho
safe were given him, (without bonds) to
gether whh tho perquisite- pertaining to
the ollleoot treasurer.
W. L. Ilamblcton was declared, n'ra
voet, manager of the trained animals and
master of rcfrc-hments to the untrained.
HI- recent tendencies towards Tieo theo
ries have dl-appcarcd, and no apprehen
sions need be felt but that ho will ob-ervo
the sjiirit as well as the letter of tho law
of hospitality as construed In the com
munity. H. W. Dugan, as gymnast, acrobat and
comic singer will draw. His services
have been secured only by the great
est persuasion and pecuniary considera
tions, Walt. MeKee, as chief blower and
bugler. Is the leading freaturctu tliu mu
sical Hue. On extra occasions hu will
laugh for the beuellt of children. Sensi
tive people need have no lear. Ho swal
lows nothing larger that sheets ol bis
cuit. Tho "Kekert" has joined tho enter
prise, It Is said Invidiously, to pump It
dry and make It a wreck, but tills Is nu
invention of rival companies.
The dredge of Davis has been posl
tively engaged and will "scoop" right
and left nnd to any required depth In be
half of this company, regardless alike of
cct, sex, fto or "prcviou?
Dr. Dunning follows as medical direc
tor with a corps of able, assistants. All
ldc-pllltlng will be repaired by lilm
for eVni'ideratlou. This company will
not be responsible for dam
ages front excess of laughter.
It being Impossible to prevent sale wag
ons ami lde shows from following Mich
a circus as thl, we hereby give notice
that Kexford's Ice tickets will not bo re
ceived at the door ol this tent.
Ilamblcton here made n dry remark
and the board adjourned to prey upon
the public, after llrst passing resolution
of thanks to the proprietor of the St.
Charles for the free use his parlor
"and trimmings," also to the able and
dignified "Deaii''ot the caravan-ary for
his unremitting attention.
Mt-iinitiunt -lrrks nml .tlcrt liiinU
It seems that some of the merchants ol
this city feel sorely aggrieved nt the way
steamboat clerks between this city and
Xew Orleans "do" them. We are told
that a few days ago, the market here be-
c.tine almost bare of bananas, and one of
our merchant?, who deals largely In this
fruit, -cut mi ord'.r to Xew Orleans for a
large number of bunches but before he
had received lil goods, a steamboat ar
rived lu Cairo with banana- sulllcient to
supply the wants of the lovers of the
luxury lu Cairo, and completely mining
the -ale ol tho-e ordered by the mer
chant. Inquiry was ma.de as to who had
received the bananas, and It was a-sccr-tallied
that the clerk of the boat had
brought them to our wliarl and "old them,
the same us a licensed comiuls-Iou mer
chant, to retail dealers here. Xot only
once has the game been played upon the
unsuspecting merchant-, of Cairo, they
say, but their peace of mind is frequently
disturbed by the trick.
What hints the inerihants, Is, if we
are not mistaken, the fact that thee
clerks, who pay no license, which they
(the merchants) arc compelled to pay or
shut tit -hop, should bcillowcd to trans
act bn-liies- the same a-licensed dealers.
The steamboat clerks pay no freight on
the goods they bring to this city, and pay
no rent for storage forth sameafterthey
arrive here, and this coupled with the
license fee, which our mc-rcliaut pays and
which the clerk 5 not bothered with, en
ables the clerk to sell Ids good at a much
lower rate than the merchant, ami he
finds ready sale lor Ids good-.
Xot only do they carry on their trade
by dealing lu bananas, bit bring lemon-,
oranges, cocoanuts, pottoes and every
other article of this description to our
wharf, and dispose of t'lem. One party,
we are told.soldalotof lanana-and three
barrels of potatoe- to cue of our retail
dealers, within a very fav days and the
merchants want to ktmv if something
can't be done to put a qnietu- to their op-
G. W. Ilcarden, of Missouri, was at
the Planter.-' yesterday.
W. Martin and 'm. Perry, of St.
Louis, wtTC at the Planers' yesterday.
D. C. Heebe, of St. Louis, was regis
tered nt the St. Charles yesterday.
William Haines, of Chicago, was reg
Utered at the Planters' yesterday.
Thomas Danlee, of St. Louis was at
the Planter-' vesterd.-iv.
F At itui.er, ot M. Loui, was nt the
II. It. Deas, of Xew Orleans, was
quartered at thest. Charles yc-terday.
William Ilann, of Chicago, was "reg
Istercd at the Dclmoulco ye-ter.lav.
C. F. .Meyer, of Xew VorkCitv. was
quartered at the St. Charles yesterday.
X. v. Hichmoiid, of Jackson, Ten
nessee, was regi-tercd at the Dclmoulco
A. Ifamsey, of llarrhburg, was
registered at the i irand Central vo-ter-
M. Stodart, of lluuiniersvllle. Mi..
sourl, wa- registered at the Orand Cen
J. Fairbanks, or Dayton. Ohio, was
registered at the tJrand Central yester
day. L. IIn--iugtou and wile, of Mollln,
Ml-ouri. weie a'l the Planter-' yc-terday.
Chas. Ites-inger, of Charle-tou, Mis
souri, wa- registered at the Planter.-' yes
terday. It. It. Waller, of llou-ton, Texas,
was regi-tercd at tho Delnioulco yester
Geo. W. Scltoon, of Xew Orleans,
wa- regi-tered at the Deluiouieo yester
day. J. T. Wagner mid 11. O. lSrowu. of
St. Loin-, were legi-tercd at the St.
Capt. John 0. Maun, of Jackson,
Tennessee, wa- at the St. Charles yes
terday. Geo. D. I.oi-kwood, ol Dyersburg,
Tennessee, was registered nt tho Del
Kobert Auder.-on, cfCarlyle, Illinois,
was regl-leml at tliu St Charley yc-terday.
W. A. Wade, a new-naper editor of
Milan, Teiiue-ee, w.i at'jtlie St. Chales
I-Mwlii Corlls. the tobacconist ot
Metropolis, was registered at the St.
Sid Humphreys, clerk oftliu steamer
Idlewlld, was at the St. Chiu les yester
day. -C. II. Davis, C. S. Ljou and F. O.
Super, all ofSiiilthland, Kentucky, were
quartered at the Planters' yesterday.
II. It. Payson, J.S. Hinckley, K. S.
Searles, W. H. MeFarland, and C. A.
Wentz, of St. Louis, wcim at the St.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, between
Washington avenue nnd Walnut street.
fi-HI-tl. Apply to Hit. Smith.
For Male I'lipiip.
Tho entire outtlt of, tho (Innd Central
Hotel, w Ith a tlvo yearn' lease, and on reas
onable termj. For particular., opply to
77-0-22 tr. '.Vm. Wktkl.
CXX Woodstock envelopes at tho
IU'i.li:tix olllce, S3 (K per M.
(Jrticral f Iriiii,
The itrret laboron nro ngniti at
Apples in' plentlfulsiippliefl are mak
ing their appearance In Hie market ol
The German school picnic- Is looked
lorward lo with anxiety bj the children
of that chooli
ZtSf&(l io .facckrl'i nnd tiy hi HULAS'-
t''.f, u tltlxfjhtjid htttrugt.
Tim Knights (r Pythias will haven
glorious time at their excursion on the
The ainiuiis-Ion linn of Chas SI..
Howe A Company, of this city, has been
The fare lor tho round 4rlp to Mur
physboro on the Huh or July from Cairo i
on the Illinois Central railroad, will be
two dollars nnd eighty cents.
Cairo came very near being th" scene
oftwoilrcs on Tueday night, though
fortunately both were extlngul-hed be
fore li'Mch damage had been done.
The Comet lla-e (tail club, who will
try their strength with the Mmphv-boro
nine on the llfth, will have a practice
game at the locu-t grove this afternoon.
- And now It Is said that the strip ot
ground owned by the lllluol- Central
railroad company lying betwe. i Ohio le
vee and Coimnen.-lr'. avenii", Is to be
Since Chief of Police Williams ad
ministered such fatherly ndUeo to the
petty gamblers of Cairo io se'. other
and more remunerative lleiiU of labor,
that fraternity lias been rcduei two In
It Is thought that (provided ibefire
on the inherent railroads running out of
tliis city can be agreed tqion by the Delia i
lire, company and I lie railroad ollleial-)
there will be from four to live hundred
copc go from Cairo toSIurphv-boro on
rrTho lne-t article of Salad Oil at
Illinois Ci:ntii.vl I.mi.1!iai f ',
fli-ire. in- linvriiu. i:i-vt
C.vimi, Ill July 1, 1S75. J
Kxcur-Ion tickets for the lib of July
will be fold from Cairo to any -lation on
the line and return, at one and one-lllth
fare for the round trip. Hale of excur
sion ticket-' will commence on Friday,
Tuly 2d. ami discontinue on the depar
ture of tho evening tral.i on the 5th.
Tickets good to return until July nth. In
clii'lvc. J.vMr.- Jonsso.v,
7-l-:it. (icueral Agent.
The co-partncrldp heretofore cxlstlaf;
umler the mine and i-tyle of "C!i:u. M.
Howe A; Co.,'' l this day dl-.-olvcil.
Chas. Jt. Mown,
S. K. Hl'.miilk,
T. V. lVi:sn.,
Cvino, July lt, 13".
lUvlng purchased the lntcMut ol S. I'.
Humble and T. V. Wensel In the late it tin
of Ch, JI. Howe .V Co , the budncM of
said firm will herca'tor be conducted under
the name and Hyle of "C. M. Uowe A
Hro.," wio will aurae all tho llabllltlc- of
the late firm Chas. M. Mown,
7-1-fit. Kiia.nk Howe.
A'on York Store.
"ill eii cia-s fruit jsradtirinsr tlie ,-ea-on
lower than any other home lu the eltv, and
deliver tliem at your retldeuee. A till
count will hlwari jc nmic toilie trade.
ClIAItLKs O. P.VTIEK .V CO.
SleamerJini PIsk, Padiicah.
" 'J'. F. Kekert, St. I.oui--.
City of Ciie-tcr, St. i.oui-.
" Arlington. Clneinnatl.
" Ilelleof Memphis .Meuiphi-.
" City of Helena, St. I.oui-.
row-boat I. M. Norton, I.oui-vlllc.
" Chas. nrown,St. I.oui-.
Falls Pilot, South.
Crand Lata No. 2, N. O.
(!en. Anderiou, St. I.oui-.
'teamer Jim VUU, Paducah.
City of Chester, Menijihi-.
" Arlington, Memphis.
" llelle ol Mcinjilii-, St. Loui.-.
City of Helena, Vlcktburg.
l'ow-boat K. M. Norton, Memphis.
Clias. Urown, Memphis.
Falls Pilot, Ohio river.
" Orand Lake No. 2, St. I.oui-.
' Ocn'I Anderson. Padueah.
Jim Kiik, Padueah ; Shanne'i, Ohio
river; Commonwealth, Gr.iudJTower, St.
Louis ;Ste. Genevieve fiom tlietonili.
The lino pa';enger steamer Con
Millar, Capt. Jas. II. Pepper, Is the
jiacketfor Cincinnati, leaving here on
Friday morning, July 2d, at io o'clock.
roil NKW OIII.IIANS,
The great Thompson Dean, Capt.
W. 11. Millar, will bo here Saturday
morning to receive Irclght ami passen
gers mr any and all polntsSoulh. Pns-en-gor.s
and shippers sliould maku a note
and be on hand, as her stay here will
IlIVKIl AM) WKATItr.lt.
The river last evening was 2S feet 10
1-5 Inches on tho gauge, having rUen (1
3-5 Inches during the previous 2 1 hours.
A decline Is reported at nearly all points
The weather has been ilelightlul for
two days past.
Heavy drift passed out of tho Ohio
Tho Charles Itrown went lo .Mem
phis for empty barges.
The load of taabark which the Hick
ory carried past hero ye-derday, ineas
ured 21S cords.
Capt. Ilamblcton, of Mound City,
was lu tho city yesterday nnd is enthusi
astic on the subject of tho new circus;
Tho General Anderfou gave her
barges of gravel to the Hon Accord nt
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED BRICK
Business Houm and Rssidsnos
And tho two lots upon which it is situated
FOR WAT mm t ,
'I llUl rtl-ll lllli-lllil llrilk t foillp III Hip rnfiii-rr.fi I.. I -r. ...l-.i. i.i.
imilsnloon n.wimm-.tnllnin ,. nni an.t
-.', l.lork I-., upon wlilch it H Im-alcl, Ix-.soM ,,t
Niilnrilny, July :ut. ts-r.i,
forraih in Imml. 1 line will lc sold IicsMm tlic hvl pslato, a m,,Vnf irrocorlen.'lnplii.lliiif -
At the nwnrrUili-lsrmlnf-llo sol. i icrybwly wlioinay .IfdrpRrrat t,arKaln should tlrtul.
ft sale w III U- ponitc and without n-vtv ItlN.VI.IMVllIANUKI
Cairo, .lime -!0, ls7'' ' ' c-30-trl.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
142 Commercial Ave.
SELLING- OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire 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
Crand Tower, and came back for a barge
The tug, .-). C. Clubb, was totally
de-roj-ed by lire at St. Louis on Tues
day morning, .she was comparatively
new. and belonged lo the Wiggins Kerry
Uapt. l'red. Davis ii talking or ad-
vertl'lng hi dredge boat for picnic pur-
po-.'. He ?ay stiu ciiii pick np more to
her inches In a given length of tluv than
anv other boat on the river.
Xew Orteaiii Times, June 2-1 : Ilu-i-ne-.s
was on a 'tatid yesterday on
the levees. Nothing adolng of any note,
in fact every thing was fiulet and -ta-
Shrcvetiort Tiinc, June 21: The
Viillcd Slates steamer Sterling. Capt.
Tennyson, arrived here ye.-teruay from
i.auo lu-teneau. wnere lle nan iieen to
rclea-e the W. J. Itehan with nltro glyc
erine and the Mromr arm ot the United
States navy. Or, as Capt. WUkerson tel
egraphed, "to blow out stumps with light
mng. We learn from Caiit. Tennyson
that tlie Ilehan got .alloat on Monday
niglit'ls and once more licrecll. Captain
Tenny-on applied nltro glycerine to tliir
teen stuiniis and tbev had lo get uu and
get out of tlie way to let the
pool line steamer W. J. l!e!iaum,
pass out scot free. A stiiup
known a- tho I.ottawauua .-tumii
ineasured ten feet and sl.v Inches lu di
ameter. It took thirteen pounds of
nltro-'dvcerine to s;nd this heavenward.
out ot Oio wav. It left a hole
deep enough to "drown a lull grown I
man. Another stump took twelve
i .... .i.,. .t....ot..t. . r. '
liiniiiii? vi i... fii;iii3ii aiiui lu
inovo it out of the way. C.ijnain Ten
nyson used ovcnty-IIvo pounds of
the nltro'glyccrlne In opening the way
lor the Ilehan to get out money well
VV'ak Ilii'AiirMiT. Iitvi.ii UKiTjirr,
('lie Olifeet or Hie McIImmII-I recur
Ill -olii-itltii' tho patronage of the public
to the picnic excursion on tho Kckcrt on
alurd.iy, July 3rd, tho management deem
It proper to state tbat the cuterprlso has
been undartakf u out ol necessity, for the
pu-po-eof ral-ing lunds to meet arrear
ages lu tlie calary of cur pastor, Ucv. J. L.
Wallar, which h.ivo occurred lu ejuse-
pi'uee of tlic cxpcu-Cd vhlch the uoogrc
ation Incurred while niakliigtlicnccetsaty
repairs ot tho pat year. The pubtie hvo
idways ro'potnled genorouy to thuilar
calls upon their pitronige, and while being
ruteful fur p ist I'avori, the comuilttce,
feeling the i t noiiaiu-e ol tho matter, ur
gently invito a largo at'cmlunce on tho prct
ent occasion. Tho prico charged for tho
round trip to P.uluoih Is tuly about out
fourth packet farj, ami taking t o enjoy
ment and plcamro uilordcd Into considera
tion, it is sal i.to say every one patronizing
the excureloii will recall o the lull worth of
the money InvcMcd.
P. . H.vlti I, VY,
I. '. O. Pack,
II. A. Tiiom.-,
KxyThe celebrated iSehlUi
IxlU: JIKKIl ut Jueckcru,
Tor Memphis, Vioksburg andNow
The l.'-je, r.li'i'iuit and Vast lixnir-lmi sti-aim-r
VV. It. 11 UU r Master
(ii-orife .tllli'iilieiifir tli-rk
Will Icavc-thU port on SATUItllAY niornlus,
.lulysnl, for New Orleans.
For fii'Iulu or paiwisc npply on lionril or at
either wharf-ho.il. T-l-.1t.
For Pnduoah, Evansvillo, Louia
villo and Ciuolnnatt.
The KleRiilit I'lWsi-nger Slrainer
.lamoi II. Pemier ,
Jj. II. IteUler
Will leave without f dl on FltlDA V,
ut in o'clock a m.
For fri'ittht nr luiMajr apply on ,'0',Jl!!.n,
. lllier vi nurl-lHiyi, u-wr-..
r m' y r? , fcr W c u ' w 1 ,u -l
jstMn u VhS 'ufthZt lifi'liV. m ' ' '
Cln'iipor Tlimt i:er Kiiomi Itefun-.
Ma'on'-' Self-Scaling Fruit Jars at ,?l Wl
per dozen. Kxtra lubbers for Mason's
Fruit Jar-, nt Daniel Harttnau's, corner
Sixth -treet. (MW-tl
For fSnto or lien I.
The hoiiie and lot on the comer ot
Kighth and Walnut s.treet.s. For particu
lars apply to Mil-. Cr.MMtsos.
CayX P.ag fctock envelopes at the Uri.
LKits olllce, $:i 2."i per M.
q.eo. h "leach, m. n,
Dr Ia-h lias hail a larse cricn(-r In the
imirtlreof Mi-lirtiip and Surt'cr. Kectal t
1 It'iitinn liaM to the lluimroiutliia treatment of
Miririral ilray-.n, nail iIUrasi-4 ot women ami
!T3On;ii : Corner Comni cl.d Avenue nml
L'niterthcan'pices of "
Ma Kail of Fjihiu,
Monday, July 5th.
Tho Magnificent Excursion Steamer
T. F. EGXSSRT,
, Will lake out aaniuil
picnic party on thvStli
or.ltily, which will lv o urmnci-l us to tcrniln
ute in a MoonllKht bxcimion 'I lie excursion
1 Ii ilnumil t-Niin-uty lor the jounir (leoplc ol
eic i-lly, unit (food inu-ilc unit eer)'thlnt;iivceit
' miry mate the oi-i-niion cnloyalilt- will be jiro
j V lled IS-O-til.
( HO ! FOR THE WOODS!
SATURDAY, JUL? I'd, 1875,
T. F. EOKERT,
For the Bcuofitoftho
'J he l.-vciu-i-liiii will eMcnil l- rmlm-'i. but
l.eaiitmil pk-iilo ifiiiiiinli wllj I- Moe
Culeilonl i. Hi."- wno ocslro n romp in th
womti, may eujny thcmsilTW until the return
ol'llm boat. 'I In- ipuhllcore earnestly invlteil to
Notice in Bankruptcy.
United Stale of America, (
Mjulhern District oriillnols. "
WIIKIti:., on the. 241 lUyof May, A. I).
17., Iho "I'liiUrwrlleni VVrcckliiifOiiu
liaiiy' Illejl olllielln the Dlslrlet Court or the
United slates for tho -outhern l)ltrlctor IIII
1111U, iiR-alnH the "Fuel lurge of the f trainer
Keyilniitf" pinylug that the, name may be con-ili-iniHil
for mi-ons and r.iuae lu said lllitl men
tioned. And vvhcias, by virtue of procea in
due form of law, to mo illrecttit, returnable on
the tint Mouduy lu-lulynext, I have Kited upon
and taken Iho nalit "Fuel barue of .teumer Key
atone." uml hae the same In my eiutoily.
Notice U hereby jtlxeu, Hut a District Cmitt of
the United Main will be held at the Unite.!
Mates Court Itooui, In the city of hiiriiigiMil.au
the Hrt Monday In July neM.for the trial ol IH
Mild invmUes. uml theownerurowiien, i"u
lierwus w ho have or claim any Interest tlierelii.
lira hereby elicit to Im and npiieur nt the and
place uforviald, to .how emu, lf"y t J Iwj".
why a decree (iould not be rendereil lu ncconl
iiuro with Iho iiniyer of mid libel.
Mirlinrtleld, llli. June W. ;. . ,
EDVVAltD IS. ItOK, L. 8. Mrhal.
" UNITED STATES lUKIXAl'l IAI.
BV flrlue oi writ of sale Issued nut of the
DlMrkl Court of the Unlleil MUten.for the
isiullieni Idstrlct of Illinois, In Admlmlty, U
l,l on tie 20th day of June. A. I). Wi, will to
!;,i.i .i i.ulilh- tale, to the highest end belt bid
der, lorcaoli, ut ( aim, In taM District, on tbe
Hth lUy of July A D. ISii. it 10 o'clock, m..
the followhi described proiwrly, to-wlli JTurt
bout of Steamer Keyttonei ine w
condemued end ordered by.tto
he wim harlbf been
rtht court to Mtoiii.
KUWAHDIt. HOK. U.a. JUWAIU
Sprhmtleld, llllnol,.iuneWtli, l7