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AJSCAr.OX I.ODUK, KO 31.
h'nluht of I'ythbia, motU every 'i.
ilny night At half-pant aevan, in Odd.
Ilftll ( K. SLACK.
AI.KXANDEU LOtXIK, NO. 221,
.rfMMftj, liKlviicndrut Order or Odd-Pel
fiV low, mucu every Tbursiliiy nltit
HW ut half-past set en, In their null on
Commercial avenue, between Mxlh awl Seventh
treeta Joil.i II tioasMAK, .N. 11,
CAIIIO K.NCAMI'MK.NT, I. O. O. K., Intel
In Odd-Fellows' Hall mi the lint anil thlid
I uuid In vtty month, at half-past seven
OK Alack, C. I'.
A CAIIIO I.OIMK. .NO.iW.A.F. K. M.
tvW IIdM resrnlar communication In Ma
TvjBdnlc Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' 'mul KIkIiMi Mrw-t, on tin- second uml
oiirili .Mntiduv of inch niuntli.
'itl l.oulx Hn.
Hi 1'rull Jura,
nt "5 cents per dozen ; all the latent -tylcs
In Jelly las. Scaling wax In largo nml
email quantities, nt Dan'l llartnian's,
corner Sixth street.
IMI.SENEU at Louis Herbert's.
The co-paiincrz-lilp heretofore oxM'nJf
tnulcr the name uml rtylo ol "Chaj. M.
Howe A Co.," U title day iIN-oIk-iI.
Cham. M. Mown,
T, V. WriNBKi..
Cairo, July let, is:;..
Having purch-ied tlio Interest ol S K,
Humble nml T. V. Wouscl In tlie Into linn
of Chs. 31. llowc.t Co., tlio biMno- of
aid linn will hen-alter be comJiictcd under
the name ami ttyle of "C. M. Howe ,fc
lira.," wio will nMimi) all tho liabilities of
the late tlrtn. CitA. M. Hour,
7-t-0t. FllA.NK Hoivk.
0 KIT. 1X0 EKa mo-t delirium hrv :
'age il Junker.
('-nttlno CtngreM .Sptlng water in bot
tles, kept on loo and ilil lor 10 cent per
j;l:is, 20 cents per bottle, and $2 per dozen,
at the following place : l'hll. .-'atlp's Con
fectionery ; Mcdatilcy's and ScliiihV Unit
tore--, and Loiil Herbert's KcMitur.nit.
The Saratoga Congress Spring Water U
put up and told lu bottles only, to Inmre lt
original strength and medicinal propeitie-i.
I.iimIi IK-rtx-rt liu I-IKSCNCIt.
Arlington Ico Cream Saloon, T. It. Ki
ll, proprietor, at tli; Atlitigton IIoiiii-, '
on Commnrclal avenue, liet'.veen
rd.xtli and Seventh, is now ojtcn.
The most delicious let Ctvani always on
hand, Families supplied with any quan
tity, and at reasonable prices'. (1-IS-tf.
taring reduction lu priei-. ol Feather
Du-tors, at Schuh's drugstore.
A cottage on 'nilrteenth street, Klwt en
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
0-in-tt. Apply to Dm Smith.
" iio nulls:? "Icr.
landlords ol botch and boarding houses
u 111 find It to tliclr idvai.tao to call upon
.Mr. Coleman, Iuunltcn", No 12 rotirth
street, between Washington and Commer
cial avenue?. Hotel and lioarHlng-bou'c
warning, 75centperlo.en. Fot piecework
price are a-follow.: Single hlrt nd col
lar, 10c; per dozen We; m U .V; two col
lar, f.c; two handkerchief', .'.c; vcts --'Oc;
and all Kentletncn wear, Me. per
dozen. Ladle-)' dre-i.e, '!' to Wc;
eklrn 10 to Wc; drawer 10 to Kc; two
I air hoe &c; two collars .') to 10c. Kor la
illf' plain clothe 81 00 per dozen; lor la
tllei line clothen, $1 ' per dozen; dotie
dramptly, and promptlv dellireil. l'a
Co li) I.oiiN llrrlx-rl'H lor I'If.Si:-
The cnt're oulllt ol the rnnd Central
Hotel, wilh a live yean.' lean-, and on reas
onable terms, l'or particular, apply to
77-0-22 tf. 'M. Wktei..
l'li-iiiF-'liiiiii I'.vt-r lino on lleror-.
JlasonV Sell'-Sealliif: Frtilt Jarsnt ?1 Wl
perdozen. Extra inhbcrs for Jlafou's
Fruit Jar, at Daniel HartmanV. corner
Sixth MrceL C-2.Vtf
A L-.inon nvortmcnt of Alpaca Coats
from SI 50 to $2 00, at Hartinan'i, cor
ner Sixth nml Commercial avenue.
Notice of Itemoiitl.
The well-known barber fchop, corner
Dh'Uth and Cuintmrcial, prctldcd ov.-r by
Ihe popular artist, George Stelnhomo, has
removed one door north on Commercial, In
;he Grand Central Hotel. T ho nuw nhop U
argo and connnodlnui, and those wlhlng
for anything artistic in tlio way of fjidiion
able hair cutting, smooth shave, et--., will
Jo well to call at the Grand Central llarber
For Hula ov Rent.
Tlio house nml lot on the comer ol
ICIghth ami Walnut etreet.. For particu
lars apply to Mit. CniMixii.
CX Huff stock envelopes nt the Ut'i.
t.KUN olllee, $3 2.'i per 31.
J05r The eeUbratol Schlitz MIL U'.t L
KKB lir.ER nt JaecktV.
(Jo to Ilartiuau'fl lor llliie. Savy Finn
ut I Coals worth $0 sclllnpr for $2 50,
BY 0UE FRIEND AT THE C0EKEU.
HiiIn, dip-.; t'lolliiiiir, At,
1. Waldtr. ut the corner of Ohio I.uv
and Sixth .street, known to some us "out
friend at thu corner," has
'slaUL'h(ci-cd" hlirli nrlces in Huts. Canii,
and Clothing. Ilu Is celling nt great bar
gains, a fuct that makes some dealers lee
us If they were shot or fctruck by light
nlng. Call on htm, and nrleo his good"
for which he docs not owe a nlekle.
Wo will take, nt tho Ht. Charles Hotel,
during tho eumnicr monthn, 50 day hoarders,
at $J2 P month, und&o boarders with cool,
pleasant room-' on the upper floor, at 30
per month. AtthU extremely low rato,
none but promptly pnylnu boarders will be
accepted. .Ibut.tt Wilcox & Co.,
jpyxx Woodstock envelopes at the
ButiKtiH oftico, 9-3 00 icr 31.
Sl'XDAY, JL'f.V 11, 1875.
I.oeiil Writ t her Ilrort.
Caiho, li.t., July 10, In.'-.
II.mi. I The. I Wimi.
Vci I WtAiiiKn
W.Pli! 7- Is. W
M.vn, 75- ,.v, i:.
a.'Jil', 77' 1 . K
I 1 1. 1. It . In.
J MOMAS JO.NLS, fterKt. 8. S U. . A.
Jlrs. C. Pink, wo arc informed, hasfor
the past low days, been very slclc, hut U
now, wo tiro pleated to learn, rapidly
lluefner, proprietor of the Planters',
will give n big lunch thl morning nt 10
o'clock. Ilu wants all of his friend to
givw htm u call.
Iu(lgcllros was kept hard at work
during the entire forenoon yesterday. He
tried twenty civil suits before dinner and
a number o! police suits after dinner.
Two foloied men had a dl-putu lu the
upper end of town yctenlay, which ter
minated In one knocking thuotlnirilown.
Only tbl, and nothing more.
JolH- A H 11,1 ,
Chief of Police. Wllllami ha1-gone away
from the city on buInc"-, uml will not
return for four or live day. Olllcer I.a
Hue will look nfler the force until he return-.
The lec dealer of this city are doing a
big husluus". The weather for somo time
past having Ik-cm extremely warm, It
keejis llieinon the go nil the while to
supply their patron.
Tin; benefit given by Howell and
Aymer'x circus 'company on Friday
i-iiing, for Ihu benclit of St. 31ary'
jurk, wat wc arc sorry to -ay. very
Howell .V Aymar'.s eirciii comiiany
pulled up Etakc-s and left Cairo yesterday
morning, after n star lu our city of four
da-:. They exhibited lu Vienna jester-
terday aftcrnooii and evening.
At the rcsldenco ot It. .1. i undifl. Fri
day night, a twelve pound girl. The pa
rents arj ''as well as could be oxjiected."
31r. C. privately Informs ttwliat his big
brother, prolltlng by tlngood example
fibrillin, will "''i)Xm do likewise
A A n-gular roininnnlcatlon of Cairo
k$vv l.iwiir.. Vri --ir A I.' n,,,l A M
rill be held to-morrow (Jlonday)
evening at "J o'clock. Visiting brother-i
cordially invited to attend.
It. F. H1.AK1:, Sec'y.
rroni .Minimi 'liy.
Quite a number of people from the
neighboring village of Mound City came
down to Cain Friday night to see How
ell .& Aymar'.s excellent circus company
give their last performance. 1 hey were
very highly plea'cd, all agreeing that it
was the best perform-ince they have seen
An exchange from Vlncennes says that
the Jtcv. Dr. Thayer I getting to bo the
champion player of "lawn billiard-'." Ho
can go through two wicket', hit the pole
and go through the center before j'ou can
ay It. II thl-! be true, the reverend gen
tleman will soon be ready to play for
a golden cue and the championship of
llarlxi-iie nt II I till tit III,-.
Several ol the young men of this city
were somewhat disappointed when they
woke up yciterday morning to Hint that
a storm at any moment might be looked
for. Thcv had been building on a hap
py time at the big barbecue at ltland-
ville yesterday, but when it began to rain,
all hope of attending it was given up.
Polio- Ncm .
The old negro woman familiarly
uowu as Old Aunt Bell, anil a friend of
her's named 3!clvinaTlioma,wero upbe-
lore .HHlge iirosS yesterday lortiisturumg
the peace, and were lined the dollatvs and
costs each. They paid and were dis
There was no business done lu Judge
llird's court yc-terday.
There will be service as usual ut the
Church of the liedceiner to-day. The
subject for thu sermon in the evening will
bo "A Good Conscience."
The fourth quarterly meeting of tho
31. F.. Church commenced last evening.
Services to-day at 11 n. 111. and S P. 31.,
conducted by Itev. It. It. Pierce, Presiding
Elder. Sacrament of thu Lord's Supper
at the eloH' of tho evening's service.
The new transfer steamer "Junius S
Morgan," ol tlio St. Louis, Iron .Moun
tain A Southern railroad company, made
her first trip yesterday morning, When
the boat arrived at thu wharf-boat oppo
site the company's ofllce, she was In
spected and her many qualities dUcusscd
by a large number of people, all of whom
agreed that she i? a flue steamer, and per
fectly adapted to tho business1 she is in.
Thu "bow ''thlnkhnr that .Mr. Howe
had not been duly complimented, again
called on him and his bride last Friday
evening, ami serenaded them with tin
cans, hore llddles and cow bell-. This
was tho second proof of their kind feel
ings toward tho newly wedded pair, and
thoy should, wo think, feel highly hon
ored, for theru aro but few people who
have received such marked attention from
this hand of musicians.
At llu Lowest Price.
Collins, Caskets and Metalllu Cases, in
Wilcox's block, at tho lowest prices-.
ArrivflU at the Omnd Central yes.
tcrdayt O, Fla, Canton. Ohio-, P, M,
Wo found the following registered at
the Planters' yesterday! M. .Mann,
Texas; Lee Klllott, Hallanl; O. J. Da
vis and wife, Missouri ; Junius Martin,
Jouesboro; II. Grace, Forman.
From the regl-tcr ofthe Dclmonico
wc took the following names yesterday:
O. 31. .Thompson, Carlton, .Mississippi;
James Posey, New Orleans; I,. II. Lom
bard, Dongoln; D. F. King, Arlington,
Kentucky; II. 1L Walker, New Orleans.
The St. Charles register furnished us
with the following list of arrivals yester
day: W.C. linker, St. Louis; A. Hlum,
St. I.oul; A. .Mack, .McComb City, .Mlv
slsdppi; John Smith, Memphis; James
Hndway and D. A. Haker, MU'-Nslppl;
S. J. Canmann and F. A. Wlppcnn, St.
Loul; Oliver Allen nml son, Joncboro:
A. .Mcndenhall, Baltimore ; A. F.grlch,
New Orleans; 3IUS Lnur.i C. Itedden,
A. S. Kedden. New Orleans ; S. S. Har
ris, Chicago; 31. 31ocw, Cincinnati; B.
F. Vautlj, 3Iurphyboro ; I'.. It. Hart
and wife, 3Iemphls ; James 3IorrU, Cape
Sew CiKnr Nlore.
Imported and ibmetli' "Igan, wholesale
and retail, next door to Tabcr llro",
Cowi'KUTHWAir .t l'liit.i.ti'.s.
Tluil llilitrnlril llnir
A night or two ago, those faithful
guardians of the city, Offleers Schtt'lcr
and Sargent, while strolling down Com
mercial avenue, after all good and Clni-tlau-lil.c
citizens had gone to the land of
dream-, met with a thrilling adventure .
Tho two men wcro walking lei surly
along the street, mid when opposite
Powers' livery st.-lble, stopped to lake, a
ret, everything In the neighborhood be
ing perfectly quiet. They had been
atandiug but a few moments, when they
heard a grunt, described by the ollkcr.s
as being "precisely like that of n wild
boar," anil upon turning around,
saw advancing toward them
from the middle ol the srect, an
mormons atinhnal "Just like a
hog.' The grunt and tin: apiearance of
the beast led the olliccr.s to believe that
it was really a wild boar, ami they jerked
their -billies" from their pockets ready
toglvehhn alight. Hy this time the
brute had got within a lew j'arda of them,
and thej began to think lie was about to
chew them up; they each drew back,
let lly their billies and took to their
heel. A few niiiiute alter, another
member of the force came along,
and tie- animal wa-i Mill in
the street. Upon going i-lo-er
to it, lie discovered that it was no more
nor less than the educated hog which had
Ik-csi leit with Perry Powers, the livery
man, in pawn, and which, bj-ome means
had got out ol the stable. The other
member of the police force explains that
one of the ollleers who were scared, had
been playing seven-tip with the hog,
while he was on exhibition, and the
hog, seeing him on the street, had
started up to him for a friendly game,
u ben the olllcer got wared and ran.
Try Uioio Flora del Kumar Cigar, No,
120 Comma -clil avenue..
CowrKnniWAtT A Phillips.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
In the Pot Olllee at Cairo, Illinois. Satur
day, July 10, 1S75.
Bates Bell, Bergln Mollie,
Coleman Mr. P., Caj-son Mary A.
Dougherty Mary, Fuller ilariah,
James Kachel, Jones Amanda,
3Iasse Lizzie, 3Iorris Lucj-,
Powar 3Irs. L.S.. Smith Lueliida,
Smith Ann F.llza, Shelby Georglana,
Taylor Amelia, Thompson 3Iartha,
Williams 31rs. C, Williams Maty P.,
Webklngs Eliza, Welcome Nancy,
Brown J. E
Brown Win. II.
Ctirtl D. W
Erdman I lev. P.,
Evans J. It.
Foster F. O.
Lynch Win. T.
JlcCormick P. 31,
Nelson T. J.
Perry Lowls P.,
lloss J. L
Shrodo A. F.,
Smith John 31.,
Skipworth J. IL.
Anderson J. II.
llnrke ,Ta. II.
Clark C. IL,
Colly E. T.,
Erwlit J. T.,
Griggs N. 3L,
Long Chas. F.,
31urphy John W
Spencer E. T.,
Scott T. F.,
for tho above letters
will please -ay
Gr.o. V. 3IcKi:aio, P. 31.
1,000 yards grenadines in all colors,
worth 50 cents a j ard, which I will sell
for 10 cents a yard. I). H .hitman.
ON WITH THE DANCE.
(.'in nil Hull.
The Delta City .String Baud will give a
grand ball and dance- at Scheel's Hall on
Tuesday evening, July lUtli. 'I hoy aro
determined to make it "The Dance of tho
Season," and will sparo 110 palnfe to make
It enjoyablo to all. Tlio price of admis
sion has been placed at the low price of
Only -io Cent.
Tlio Xew City Directory nilluo-t you
only f0 cents nt Bobbins' Muslo Bazar,
112 Commercial avenue. Kvery family
should have one. 7-7-10t.
GENT'S FUltNISHlNG GOODS ot
all descriptions tho most complete as
sortment over brought to Cairo at eot
for tho liext ten days. Drawer, Under
skirts, whlto nnd colored Shirts, Half
no In price I defy competition.
fltnetftl f lm.
Tim portly Max Uolter, of. piano
tuning fame, also affects chess. He
keeps cool Ht tho gamo In this hot weath
er; btitlhcn.MaxIsa vtonderful man In
more ways than one.
Itcv. J. Hunsaker, who hasiireaehcd
frequently before our Baptist hrcthcni
and It well known In this city, has been
passing through a series of Job-llkc af
flictions nt home in Anna. He and his
futility have had the small-pox in Its
most vlrulent.form. The Jonesboro (7a
zttte't Anna local, says they stiflercd
greatly before they could get assistance.
Our foreign-born citizens will be pleas
ed to learn, If they do not know already,
that postal cards can now be sent to Great
Britain and liuintid, and to all European
countries except France, by afllxhig a one
cent stamp to the cards lu use In the
United States. The registration fee to
those foreign countries to which letters
can now be registered U the same
as to points In the United States, viz.,
ten cents lu addition to thu postage.
They are, those cigars of Cowpcr
thwalt & Phillips', old dellclousncss ltclf.
Wc must really be permitted to say, In
connection with the-'e cigars, old dell
cloune, because they arc about the
best lor the price that ever mortal lips
elocil upon, or through which smoke
was breathed Into delighted mouth.
These gentlemen havo opened out at 126
Commercial avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth streets, and keep on hand the very
best brands of cigars and tobaccos lu the
market. They must be tried to bo ap
preciated. Give them a call.
Confound it'. We patt-e, lacking
words to express our indignation 1 We
Intended to pay the great and good Davis
a compliment yc'tcrday morning by call
ing liim "Fuss and Feathers of the Even
ing .V'oi," but the intelligent coinpo-itor
made us call him "F. and F. of the even
ing," without the .SV. This did D.
great Injustice. He is not only of the
cvenhig,but aloof the morning, noon and
night. When the Intelligent comp. made
us say that 1). might preach his lir.st ser
mon on Sunday every week, he dhl that
which made us raise our voice lu wrath ;
and when he nudu in say Uhl was indig
nant about empty an-, when wc had
written Culil, he made us swear.
The Sun wants to hear frouf.thc 11 cl
lutix on this question: Arc wc in favor
of giving to tlie Cairo A St. Louis rail
road e jtnpauy the sto;k of the city and
county in tint road to get Urn machine
shops': If we can get the shops located
lure by giving tit: "to -, and It wc can
give the stock leg.illy, we are in favor of
giving it. Wo would rather have the shop
a great deal than tlu stock, but we
do not believe tint either the city or
county lias any legtl right to pay money
or stock or any thing eUc to any com
pany or person to encourage any enter
prise however much It might contribute
to the prosperity of either the city or
county, or both. But in this opinion wc
may bo mi-taken. If we are if wc can
legally give the stoi'k for the shops we
arc of the opinion It -hnild be given. We
are, In that event. In favor of giving It.
Tfjocjty should nut a little .1 "rent
deal of work an U'u-iiiiiivriii
from tliu Trustees' btlildlilK t. y,tst tho
court house. In tnndily weath-ir there 1 s
no worse piec. of streit In the city than
near the courthouse. It .Mayor Winter's
administration will repair It, wo as-.ure
His Honor that no one shall say he did
the work for Halliday or Taylor.
Other people travel that street.
Wo do, tor Instance, and what can
the Winter administration have against
uJ Mr. Walters lives near the bad
place, and surely he Is not one of the mo
nopolists who did not believe a change in
the city government necessary. Our
friend Harrell lives close to there, too,
and daily sees the struggle of horses and
buggies with those notable mud holes.
Many trood citizens would be plean-d to
have that part of the avenue of the Fa
ther of his country repaired.
Choice lira mis
of Fine ( ut and Smoking Tobacco at
COWI'ERTBWAIT A l'lULLUV.
CJi-iiiiiI Lunch nt llnMui-r-
lmj .-AII Invited
Tho better the day the better thedced, is
tlicoldadage; the better theday the better
the eating, Is the new adago established
byIIuefner,whospreads ueli magnificent
To-day, ho will verify Ids new adago by
dishing thu best lunch ever dished in
Cairo, except in Huefner's own house.
At ten o'clock this morning, precisely,
the covers will bo taken from
Turtle oup, the best in the world;
Trout, most delicious;
California Salmon, not excelled;
Spring Chickens, that in death tire
happy, being cooked with such cnu-uiii-mate
Hoast Beef, that would make the
mouth ofthe most particular and com
petent beefeater of old England, water.
ltoasl.Turkcy roa.-tcd.lu a manner so
(skillful that tlio turkey gobbled with
pride whlluln the pan, and complimented
Clmrlio PUllerllng on lilseulsino ability.
Mutton, that bleated Its delight when
the butcher told it before ho usod his
knife, that It would bo -erved at Huef
ner's hi a Sunday lunch.
Veal, that might bo served before a
king and please him more than four and
twenty blackbirds baked In a pie.
Potatoes and Chicken Salad.
Sardines', and everything .-ea-ouablo in
And, lu addition, beer that Gainbrluiis
might drink with picture, andwell, ev
erything that is good to take. But, of
course, tho beer, and so forth, Is a week
day drink. Not to It Is attention called.
It Is to tho lunch that a general Invita
tion Is extended.
11 pew, Ku-.
A lull line of Pipes and Sm'UIng Articles
at Cowi'KimiwAir & Phillips'.
At the Bui.Lurix bindery W immhcrs,
bound lu two volumes, full gilt mor
rotco; cot $-1 1 ; for talo at S10.
Sr(7o io JatfkeV$ nml fiy AN EIlhAN.
GEIl, a delightful beverage.
lint nml flower.
200 Ladles' Hats, latest slyle, all
ready trimmed; also a largo assortment of
Artlllelal Flowers for trimming fiats,
which I will sell nt one-half the whole
sale price. The nbovc aro Just from New
Vork and are desirable patterns mid
styles. D. Hakt.man.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men frvm the r-f
fecti of error and abusoa In eatly life.
31anhood restored. Impediments to mar
rlaeo removed. Now method of treatment,
New nnJ renmrkalllo remedies. Hooka
nnd circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes
Addict, IIOWAItt) ASSOCIATION, 4111
N. Mnth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Insti-
ttttlon having a high reputation for honor-
nl lc conduct and pretentions! skill.
5-1 l-il A w-3in.
Attention, llnv llalliaU.
Balls and bats at cost the larget as
sortment ever brought to Cairo, which I
will sell for the next thirty cloys at cot.
I). 11 AUTMA.V.
CCLMIIACHEIi at Jneek
rf'.. ltortor IHsHcrei-
as to tlio ttcatinvutof nil dlsea.c!, from the
million ailment to the deadliest epidemic,
but the fact that tlie Vulltornla Vinegar
flitters Is conquering maladies which h ivo
dcilcd tho faculty, rcidcri these profcts
lonal difference of little consequence
While- Dyfpep-ila, (lout, Itheum.itlsiii, Uri
nary Complilnt, flilllotiMicss, Nervous
Disabilities, and all ill. orders not organic,
arc obliterated by this matchless Vegetable
tanic uml alterative, who cart for opin
I.liicn unit Nlrau llutt
Largo assortment of boy-!1 and
ineiii' linen and .straw hats at one-half
the original cost. Xow Is the time to
buy bargain at Ilarttuaif corner Sixth
and Commercial avenue.
ljy'l'hc liue-t article of
talad (Ml nt
V.rt (he lletl.
Dr. Scth Arnold's Coush Killer the
L-rcat cradlcator lor all lung diseases .1 tu
perior remedy to all other mcdli-lues jot
illfcovercd, in lovero ca.se-1. Itl a ftire,
iiilck, and perfectly tafe remedy for
coutffj, eohh, orc throit, whooping cough
:roiip, and all diseases of the throit and
hurl', ltutall t ries, 'JO and M ceiitK.imlr'l.
Any bottle that doci not c,lve relief may be
tcturncd, and the money will be rclmidcd.
Dr. Stth Arnold's Dlarrhuia Kulsm. 'JSand
W cents, ltemcmbcr It Is warranted. Ar
nold's till loin Mandrake Pills, operating
without sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Scth Arnold's Medical Corporathn,
WoonsocUct, 11. 1. Sold by Paul O. Schuh,
dru'Ut, Cairo, Hi. jjVt-25-3m.
just received a full Hue ot
clothing latest styles which I
will sell for one-fourth of manufacturer'
prices. Come and sec for yottr'elvn, at
Three Urge and very dcsirablo family
room', fronting on the Ohio, at the St.
Charles Hotel, can be had, with board, at
very rcafonablo rati duriiiK the .Summer
month. Abundance of pure air and per-fei-l
l or Mule.
A silver pUted No. 9 Wtlf on Shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsh, valued at
$53. Will be sold at i0 dUcount, on good
term, and ordered direct from the factorv.
A No. t) Wilsun Shuttle Sewing Machine
valued at s'.'i. Will he sold at Sir discount
and ordered direct frr.m the factory.
A 600 ftemlngtou Sewing Machine-S'lO
oif for ca-h. .Suitable Tor tailor or boot mid
At a bargain, and on good terms, a Howo
So whii; Machine. May be seen at tbo Com
pany's olllee, corner Ninth street and Com
"Picturesque America" IS numbers
bound m 2 volume, full gilt Morocco ;
A styb "E," -'Clough, Warren ,t Co.'s''
Parlor Or;:ao, right from the factory at De-
troll. Ll-l price. 'W0. Will bo fold for
A new two-hoho Clainblis wagon.
For any of the abovo nrtieles, apply at
the Bui.i.KTiN olllee. E. A. IIi'iinktt.
Tlili pleasant .Summer Hcsort it now open
for visitors, 'llio Springs are the llncst
Chalybeate wutcr, and are fltuatcd In a
beautiful bench yrnvc, near a romantic
tream with high rocky banks. The. Springs
aro half-way between Vienna ind (!ol-
conda, and can be reached by hack from
either ot thoe plncc-. It. . Hivins
Iiinc 2:, IST.'J. U-8f-3W.
IM I.NI'.N f.ll nt l.ontd lli-rhcrl'o.
LOOK HEBE I
lliit IIiiIIn nri:vrry lcscrltliii
PHIL II. SALT S,
A large assortment of ladles' suit-late-t
style, which I will fell cheap.
Corivelcd Dally by K. M
mi-reliant, .-.century nt
tlio Cairo llo.ml ol
Klimr, itfcurdiiig to grade
Oirri, mlvcil, rai-kiil
t'orii, whlto, mckiil
linm. iti-r tun
l ft57 00
.Moal, bteam drliil
IlutU-r, choice .Nortlii'in
Hutler,chiili' Smitlicrn 111,...
Turkeys, pur down.
l'otutiiiK, n r barn-1
Oni jim, iiwUirni -
t'limli-H xr crate
Strawlrrlt lr cmlo
.. .t M
s 1 no
ChmfiTfu kwi, ''" -'
uk..,1il. rM Uii.iMiavwwircfni.nl
OlU.w iil.l rtwtfc ft JTi''Ki
lurrnnCo.lljtrWJMr."' VS. R
AT AUCTION !
, A ELIGIBLY SITUATED BBIOX
BuaintMsHouM and Rwid.no.
And tho two lots upon which It Is situated
'lliat tMll tnUhrit Itriclc HoiiM-aUhc comer of I'nnl.. .,i .l .
ami .nlrton uwommiHlatlons on nrst noorV.nd firnllr il?i,wtnt "h '". with atort-toon,
m, hlMlc I", upon ivhlch It I, IcAtl, tVi& tlTtltTtn Xl 21
for rath In Imii'l There wilt In" sold Wnlilss tho rmW.t.t. .i.b
rl.-ty ofnrlli-le ..r.laily usi and a lot ori-arlnr, II. '"itinii Ki,?h.5r?r,'r f,,:incIu'"n'r 11 v
As tie-ottiirrU tldi-rmlnMl to soil, rvfrylio.lv whoniiTilf.tr... , . ..
The wile will Iwpo'lllvi- and without rcwrvr. ' "fln-ttent lrjcalu ihoulil t.i.
Cairo,. filucUO ls7i. HINALOO UtANCKI,
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
SELLING 0P7 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 tho next sixty days. Now is the time to obtain bargains.
This is no Advertising Dodge. Bring your money and get
Steamer Jim Fi-k, Paducah.
" City of Chester, McmphI.
Bello of Memphis, St. l.oui.
" Hello of Shreveport, X. O.
Tow-boat E. M. Norton, St. f.oiil.
" Painter No. 2, Mcmpht.
Steamer .Mm FNk, Paducah.
City of Clie-ter, St. I.ouls.
" Idlewild, Evausvllle.
" Belle of Memphis, Memphis.
" Belle of Shreveport, St. Louis,
Tow-boat E. M. Norton, Middleport.
" Painter So. 2, MentphN.
Arkansas Belle, Evausvllle; J. D.
Parker, (to-morrow) Future City and
barges, Grand Tower, South; ltolert
Mitchell, (to-morrow) Cincinnati; John
A. Scuddcr, City of Helena, St. Louis.
FOIt NEW CHILEANS.
The steamer Ilobt. Mltchel, dipt.
Lew Kates, will leave this port for New
Orleans Monday evening. Sho Is large,
roomy, elegant and one of our nio"t pop
ular packet h.
RIVKIl AND WKATIIKIt.
Tho river last evening was :il feet
9 IW inches on the gauge, having
v Indies during the prev
ious 21 hours.
The weather was cloudy with some
rain yesterday, and a promise of more
during last night. The Mississippi back
of tills city wa- rising an inch nil hour
ye'terilay and some eornllelds are par
tially Inundated. A rise of two feet
more would do great damage. But we
havo reason to hope that It will not reach
that heighr, as the bulk of the swell out
of the .Missouri has passed St. I.ouls
and tlio rivers .ire all falling above. The
Ohio i falling tit Pittsburg and below
Cincinnati and tho Cumberland at Nash
Tlio Commonwealth took 9,270 pack
ages of freight Into New Orleans on her
Mr. Marlon Wright, manager of the
Paradise Coal mine, was In the city yes
terday. The Idlewild proposesj.to make a
moonlight excursion to Hickman, Ken
tucky, next Saturday evening for the ex
press benellt of Cairo people, and she
will, ol-cout-ec, be largely patronUed.
Col. Ueardon and Sol. Silver aro making
The contract ofthe ferry-boat Three
States with the Cairo, Arkansas & Texas
road, to transfer freight and passengers,
ceased night beforo last, and yesterday
tlio new transfer boat Junius S. Morgan
took her place. It will bo ""' ""' "c"
Ion. an-. iiiv transferred.
We regret to learn that Pilot Mlku
Kcllv of this city, a most estimable
young man, has got Into serious trouble,
ami wo hope that his action may prove to
have been made In .self-defense. If the
Injured man dies It will be only another
life i-acrillced 011 tho altar ol whisky.
Mike, who I pilot of tho Nail City,
and another pilot named John Sullivan,
of tlio steamer Barnard, had some word
on the streets in Cincinnati, last Thurs
day, as to the handling ot their respect
ive boats during which Sullivan caught
hold of Kelly w ith tho intention of doing
lil id harm. Kelly drew a knlfo ami cut
Sullivan t-cvcral times, Indicting, it Is
feared, diiigerons wounds. Kelly wuh
arrested and lodged In jail on the charge
of malicious cutting. He claims that lie
did the cutting In sel(-defcne.
Evausvllle Courier, JulylO : Captain
Becse Dugiin, AdvertMng Agent, and
Captain Fred Davis, Treasurer, of the
great Cairo Combination Circus, before
tneir departure eunesuay, uraci
their posters and handbills of tho Owner
. . m a i am
company, lor which conipumciH y
under obligations; they having fid fed
to find the printing office of M. Lot U
1 .!.,.- ..i ,.nnn.,tn tn rt til) UM5
exteii.lvo posters and prlntliu- that their
great and startling
establishment on thu
to a dlsagree-
originated with Walt,
Cairo correspondent of
Commercial, but owlntr
incut in reirard to the disadvantages ari
ing from Halt's propon-Ity forlndulglug
in that howl of liis'11, they shut liim out
ot the ring, in cousl-queuce, on the
Fourth of .(illy excursion from Cairo on
the T. F. Eckert, last week, Walt wanted
lo eon vJneo his friends that he was up lit
the show busitiee a la Itanium, lb; pro
cured one of Captain Dugan'a white bau
tums, and palnteu and be
decked the same hi mich a man
ner as the "chick" did not
even known itself, and placed the same in
a mocking bird cage, and on the trip, a
side show was opened up, with Walt at
the door, and Ins stentorian lungs pro
claiming the rare qualities ot the "Brazil
ian mocking bird," with this way ladies
and gentlemen, etc. Captain Reese lu or
der to get even for Walt's jokes played
upon him heretofore, passed Into a lady
friend's hands a counterfeit fifty cent pos
tal currency, and desired her to take in
the show, so to the proprietor hhe went,
and paing over the said currency,
received In change forty cents
In good money. For houtis
there was no other patronage
bestowed upon Walt's aviary establish
ment, and he closed it in disgust. In
turning over Ids little spons to the treas
urer of the Sunday school excursion ho
found he had been sold and was out forty
cents lu good funds. He straightway
went for Captain Dugau, and in aofo voce
said: "'ow Beese, T tlldn't llifuk you
would serve 1110 that way, especially
when you knew this excursion and its
perquisites were for the church," and add
ing, that he believed himself, as a
showman, a failure. At least this is
tho way wo were told. Walt tried to
take the innocent ones In on this occa
W Alt Dll-AllTMKNT, lUVCX ttKrOUT, I
July 10, Wii.
New Orleans ,
FOR MEMPHIS, VICKflBURO AND
'I hr L-jrxL- 1'iiM and Elegant Slcarun-
Will leave fur the uliovc points on MONDAY
LVKNINU, July l.'th.
Fur freight or nasnKo apply on Iraapl or ut
llallhlay A. Phillips tharf-Wi.
For Paducah, Evansville, Louis
villo and Cincinnati.
The Klrgnnt raewnyrr Steamer
J. D. PARKER,
It V. Wise
I.. !. Ki.LSot.
Will leave fur flic almve anil all,-: wa on
MONDAY. .MU-. J. ' 'lc V l".
I'nr frrlaht or xiRAtiiiie ainiW
on tioaul or at
llallhlay A l'hllllin' wharf-boats
CJKALliD nropojaU will b rerclTeitat my of
O lice until TUMdajr, July iWlh, lS, fur the
(lellveriiiK of one thorn-ami cubic yardanfitraTel
mi tlicbtet'U of Cairo, llliuola, at audi Vilacea aa
Hie stn-et cuiuinltteviiuy designate, elthar rrom
the itravtl bank at Metropolis or the bank above
l-mliK-.ili . The city council reserves the right lu
trject anv nud all litda. . . ,
VM. KIIU.NCH AXI.EY, City Clerk
UNITES 8TATES MIWHAL'B UALS.
BYlrtucofawrltof tale Iimiol out ol Ihe
HUtrlet Court of the Culled State, fori tic
Southern HUtrlctof Illinois, in Admiralty. 'I-U-.I
on Hie -Mm day of June, A.I). I. w' '1,1
sold ut iitiblle eale, to the hlrhet an r t.t wa
der, tonsil, at Uiro, In M IlUrM, "
litliilaynfJulyA U.1R5 "0o?lt '2A
the followluir dei-crlhed protrtr..?t?.'.':fJ'i
Imal of .steamer Keytone, the "W1
comlenine.1 and onlerwl br efte yurt toUM
KUWAHH -.,'',i,;,Tn '
KiirlnuarM, llllnol. Juiw-StU, 1875
PROTECT rOVK BUULSHTM I
leafier 'a PtUat SUUVslmt.
K0Hf,ll-,(;M,TlS, OH Al(HUTII. Roor.
ThN H a Fir and Water-Vi-Mf Falut, f
w-cUily doilgned tor Shingle roof. An old
roof. sfate-l'alBteU, will outlaH a oseua
iuilnte.1, and new roof will laat Ikn UiMaat
ionB81te-l,ulntet. A a matter otmommr a
roornccOaualut more than any othar FjMS sci
building. Vrlc, w centa per trH. SMdror
WithnWjJftoox, c.n'i Ami