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AHCAI.ON J.ODUK, NO, SI,
KnlKhM of Pythias, meU evpry r'rj.
liny tila-hl tit half-past seven, in Odd-Ki-ilottY
Hall. U K. Slack,
Chancel lor Coiiiiiiuniler.
AI.K.YANllKIt I.OIHlK, SO. !fJI.
Indciiendciit Order uf Odd-Fi-I-
I . 11.
at iiulr.niut seven. In their null on
f.'oiiiiui-rclul uwiuit-, lia-twa-a-n hlxth unil riuvrnlli
ttiret. .?uiir II, Uossman, S 11. m
"lAllla. rSCAMI'MKST, I. O. O. P., iiiftIm
Jl Odd-fellows' Hall on the flrstaud llilril
liicwlur In every month, nt liair-piist set en.
(J K Slack, 0. V.
ft OAlltO I.OIKJK. NO. 17, A. K. A A. M.
Hold regular coiiiiiiiinli-iillons In Mil
aU sonic Hull, corner Cimm-rciul avenue
' uwl Klglilli street, nil the ats-owl and
oiirtli .Monday of each inunth.
Hull ri:vrry Itcurrliilloii
PHIL II. SAW'S.
PllJ(K.KK-iil l.niila Him-
Uln, fruit Jura,
tit 7B cents jwr do7.rn ; nil tin; latest st yh.-s
In Jelly gla'ft. Scaling wax In largo and
small quantities, ut Dan'l Hurlinan's,
cornrr Sixth street.
l'JLSKNKIt tit Lonl Herbert's.
WdrKlTTsUEHa moa delirioui bev
erage al Jatcktl'.
Genuine 0 ngre ?prlnjj water in bot
tler, kept on Ico nnd sold lor 10 cents jicr
glass, ISO rent per bottle, unit tfi per dozen,
at Hie following place : Phil. .S.iup's Con
fectionery ; McOutilcy's nml Schuh's Drug
stores, ami Louis Herbert' Restaurant.
Tho Saratoga Congress Spring Water U
put up ami sold In bottle only, to Insure It"
original strength mid medicinal properties.
l.ouli llrriirrl lm l'II.M:i:it.
Arlington Ice Cream Saloon,'!'. R. Ki
lls, proprietor, at the Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, lH.-t.vecn
Sixth and Seventh, Is now open.
Tins most delicious Ice Cream alway on
hand. FumlHc- supplied with any quan
tity, and at reasonable prices. U-18-tf.
jQrlllg reduction in prica-s ol Feather
Dusters, at Schuh's drugstoie.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, In-twcen
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
M'Mt. Apply to Hit. Smith.
Three Urge and ery alenrable family
room', lronllhg on the Ohio, at the St.
Charles Hotel, can be hail, with boaril, at
very reasonable rate during the sutnincr
months. Ahunalanccor pure air ami per
fect ventilation. 7-10-tf.
41 at am! ficr Ma-r.
Landlord ot hotels and hoarding boil-en
Mill Unilit to their cdvantage to call upon
.Mrs. Coleman, Laundress, No 12 Fourth
treet, betweun Washington anil Commer
cial aveuuei-. Hotel and boardlng-hoiue
washing, 7ccntsperdozcn. Foi piecework
price are as lollow: Single thlrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen Mc; lock Be; two col
lars f,c; two handkerchiefs, 5c; veitji i!0c;
and all Bcntlemen' wear, 60c. per
dozen. Ladlci-' druMci, "A' to oOc;
klrU 10 to 20c; drawer 10 to l.c; two
pair bono 6c; two collar 6 to 10c. For la-ille-'
plain clothes i 00 per dozen; lor la
dies tine clothei, )1 i'i per dozen; alone
alrsmptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
tlu a l.aul- llerlia-rl M fair
Only ,-ilt OnlM.
The Now City Directory will co-t you
only M ct-nts ut Hobblm' Miia-Ju llazar,
112 Commercial avenue. Kvery family
should have one. 7-7-lOt.
'lu-HrrTlmti V.vrr liiniwii lla-faira-.
.Mason's Si-lf-Seallnj,' Fruit .larsnt $1 .V)
jierdozeii. F.xtra rubbers for .Mnou's
Frnltdai, at Daniel llartinanV, corner
Sixth ftrea! f-2-Vtl
A Laimu; aortinent ol Alpaca Coat
from f I CO to $2 00, nt Ilartuian'", cor
ner Sixth and Commercial avenue.
Nolle uf lla-moviil.
Tbe well-known barber alinp, comer
KiKhth and Commercial, proldcd ov;r ty
tliu popular artl-t, (icore Slclnlioino, has
rt-moved one door north on Commercial, lu
Jiu IJrand Ooutr.il Hotel. The new fehop U
urge anil coininndlou, anil llio.-r wUhlug
for any tiling artistic m tho way of fj-liion
tble hair ciittlni;, nuiootli .shavi-H, etc., will
In well to call at I In: (iraud Central Uarbcr
Fair Nnla or Ita-nl.
Tho lioiiv: and lot on the corner ot
Klghth and Walnut streets. Forparlieu
lars apply lo lus. Cumminiis.
JSSTX Hag stock envelopes at the Hut.
I.KHN olllco, $:i 2.'i per M.
t&rne crttbra7edSchiit'z MIL IIVI U
KRK ItKKll at Jatehl'.
(lo iu HartmanM'or 7c Sny 'Am
ur CVkis worth Si selling for j-2 W).
BY OUR FRIEND AT THE CORNER.
Hutu, i'ltits, ('1111111111;, iVe.
I. Wnldc-r, at thecorncr of Ohio I.evee
ami Sixth street, known to sonio as "our
friend at tho corner," has
slaughtered" high prices in Hats, Cap,
mid Clothing. He Is selling at great bar
gains, a fact that makes some dealers tcel
as If they wens shot or struck by light
ning. Call on him, and price his goods,
lor which he does not owo a nlckle.
We villi take, ut thu St. Charles Hotel,
during tho summer months, V0 day boarder,
at 22 pur month, and&0 boarders with cool,
pleasant rooms on tho upper floor, ut $30
pcrmoiuu. AttliU extremely low rate,
none but promptly paying boarders will bo
accoptod. jkwbtt Wilcox & Co.,
jtOr-XX Woodstock envelopes at tho
IIum.kti.n oftlce. $3 00 per M.
tlAvti fflfkf lllilir.
I liavo Just received n full iin0 0
boys' clotliing late3t styles which I
will sell for one-fourth of manufacturer's
prices. Come nml sve for yourselves, ut
WKDNKSIJAV, .1IJLV 11, 1870.
f.ornl Wrtilbrr Reiorl.
Cahio, III,, July I'.i, Is75.
Tina. Hak. Tiik. Wind. Vei I Wkatiiih
7a.fn. IPI.W7I T' !i W "T uTun In.
II ' ift.'wi , fj. W. h I 'llita-at.
2 pin. yJ.lfVl, 7-i' W IJ iTIin-at.
K ilnfnll .11 lurliti.
THOMAS JONKS, H. TKI. H. H., U. H. A.
The rain still eoutlnues tohaugon,nud
It is feared lhat the splendid corn crop
now coming on outside ol the MII?lpiil
levee will be destroyed unless the rain
A meeting of tho Stockholders of the
Alexander County Hank will Ik; held on
this (Wednesday) evening. All are re
quested to attend, as business of Import
ance will come up.
Theio will Ims a inei-ting of Cairo Kn
raiiiiment No. 111,1. O. O. P., this even
ing, at Odd Fellows' Hall, at 8 o'clock'
for iii't.-illnllim or olllcers.
K. A . Ili'iiNin-r, Scribe.
I'olla f I'nurl.
The police courts arc very fpilet, nml
Iherelore we are short of news of that
leerlption for our readers. Thonuh wo
lire of a peaceful and rpilet nature, yet
we inn-t confess that a light or two each
lay during the dull season would add
much to our happiness as a new-gath-
According to the report made to the
:lty council by the board of health, at
their l:i.t regular meeting, there have
Ik-cii, slnci! the brciiklnjr out of small
IKx, over thirty easei, tineen of whom
were taken care of at the hospital. Five
of these died at the hospital and ten were
discharged, having been cured.
A young man by the name ot Mars
Heir, nephew of Mr. W. F. Pitcher, ac
cidentally hot himself yesterday morn
ing with a small pistol, tho ball entering
the llcshy part of his leg. He was re
moved to the hospital where the ball was
extracted. He will be all right airaln lu
a lew da vs.
fi'entle Gerould, who has Ik.-ch abicnt
from Cairo for several days past, returned
je-ieniay. He reports building In St.
I.oills as brUW nml Im.l
At Decatur, he tells 114. evervtblnir l
lovely. The city U being fiirnlthcd with
new street lamp-;, and numeroii. now nml
elegant residences and business hou-e.s
nraj Hi coiir. ol . oiiHtriictlun.
Tlia Nlnufxhtrr Ilouneai.
Mayor Winter, at the last regularmeet-
lng of the city council, appointed n
committee to conler with the butchers of
Cairo, and make arrangements. If possi
ble, for the removal of the slaughter
houes from their present location to some
place where the obnoxious smell arising
from them will not be offensive to our
jieople. If an arrangement can Ik- made,
the hearts of many people residing In this
neighborhood w ill indeed feel grateful to
both thy butchers and the committee.
It may prove of Interest to tho'-o of
this city w ho contemplate a trip to Hot
Springs, Arkansas during the present
summer, to know that the St. I.ouK
Iron Mountain A; Southern railroad com
pany have decided to sell round trio
tickets from this city toMelvoum, a short
ilManee from the prings,forthccxcccd-ln-'ly
low price ol twentv-llve dollars.
Hot Springs Is said to be amu ot the most
delightful, as well as one of tho most
beneficial watering places in the I'liltcd
States, and none w ho w Mi to Rieiid n
lew week in pleasure need look beyond
IhU place for real enjoyment and pro'llt.
The lalleivllal Kxriinaloii.
We stilted in yesterday's s-ufi Hint an
excursion party had lieen made up to go
to CoIumbiM, Kentucky, on board the
splendid steamer Idlewlld. We have
since been Informed that the trip will he
extended, the boat going as far down the
river as Hickman. This will add much
to the pleasure ol tho trip, nml tho Idle-
wild will certainly have a number of
Cairo people to entertain on tho occa
sion. All the young folks of the city
have slgnilled their intention of going,
and they are looking forward to a glori
ous day's sport.
Tho boat will leave at about ii o'clock,
and return about 11. Fare for round
trip, including supper, $1. Tickets for
sale by Col. liearden and C. W. Bradley.
Tho following business was trans
acted in tills court yesterday :
In the estate of Abraham Williams,
deceased ; administrator'!- report approv
ed and ordered recorded.
Kstate of Tho-a. K. Sullivan, dcceapcd:
administrator's notlco for ndjiistinant of
claims at this .inly term approved and
Collins Hi-other vs. estate ot Thos.
K. Sullivan, deceased, assumpsit; de
mand $92 70; judgment for amount us
of seventh class claim.
James II. McLean vs. the same es.
tatc, assumpsit; demand, $71 8.1, Judg
ment tor the amount of demand as of sev
enth class claim,
Kstatu of Abraham Williams, de
ceased. Tho administrator Hied a just
and true account which was approved
and ordered recorded.
Last Thursday evening, on Klghth
street, between Iluder'8 store and circus
grounds, a lady's. small amethyst breast
pin. Tho Under will bo rewarded by
leaving at Hi'li.etin ofllce. 7-i:Mf.
A (nil lino of Pipe, nm, Sunk ,
7-lMw C0U','IMT"W"T Pi.il.ui.',
-Mnyor Winter will tnV n trip to
Charleston, MUoiirl, to-day,
Mr. C. II. Woodward left Cairo yes
terday tiller noon for Lockport, New
W. F. Pitcher, who hns been on quite
n lengthy trlptolrlendsand relations In
New .Jersey, returned home yesterday.
He reports the crops generally In the
Kastern States as the largest known lor
(Irtind Central : M. Mowers, Cincin
nati:; C. W. Ilelcher, Natchez, Missis
sippi ; John H. Jones, Virginia ; O. T.
Planters' House: M. Inge). Slkeston,
Missouri ; J. A. Itayall, Illinois; K. N.
ltaynll, IJoydsvllle, Arkansas r U. N.
Houghton, Poplar llluds; John Olm
steail anil wife, New Orleans; (icorgo
(Samper, New Orleans.
Delmonlco: lt.T. Powers. Canton,
Mississippi; J. H. Askew, Fort Jellersou,
Kentucky; A. L. Hooker, Jackson, Ten
nessee; J. J. Finney, Virginia; George
II. Bridges, Charleston, Missouri; J. H.
St. Charles; A. H. Jones, NahvUle;
Henry W. Hand. Cincinnati; M. A.
Hleruth, Cape Girardeau ; T. M. Wen-
coat, New Orleans; 11. It. Williams, New-
York; Calvin Baker, nrecnlleld, Indiana;
J. M. Booker, Jackson, Tennessee ; John
W. .Sullivan, Vlnecnue; Geo. Mont
gomery, Cincinnati; Geo. T. Smith, A.
W. Gibbons, W. II. Chamberlain, St.
Louis; K. Coryell, James Gratt, Chi
cago. Oi-iia-ral Itrm.
Ktght thousand dollars will be taken
from the city pocket book to pay princi
pal and interest on Interest-bearing scrip
The proposition to compel citizens to
labor on the street or pay an exemption
fee wont work. I he council has no au
thority that we know ot to pass such an
That Levee gravel road l a pest, but
$J,500 will be taken out of the treasury
lor the purpose of paying sum? borrowed
for graveling it. How much would be
tbe coJt of ungravellug It'r
The manuscript of the Comptroller's
report, as furnished to the printer, con
tained some mistakes, or else we are mis
taken. Hut we never did understand fig
ures, and maybe we and not the report
Mr. C. II. Phillips, Chief Clerk Gen
eral Freight Ofllce, Cairo & Vlnccnnes
railroad, and by the way an exceedingly
clever gentlemen, has Ix-cn put Into tem
porary charge of Cairo Station, Mr. Geo,
It. Spauldlng having resigned.
Mrs. Gev. Beveridge appeals to the
women of Illinois on behalf of the Cen
tennial blow-out at Philadelphia. The
Mrs. Gov. says Illinois exacts every wo
man to do her duty lu this matter. Well,
what will our Woman's Club do about It?
The olllcers orel,.. ,-Uy will this vear
drnw out of the treasury $7,."iiX),00. vo
will find a man that will run the whole
thing at half the price, and do it well.
Mr. Ju-ttcc Cunningham will do It for
$.'1,200,00, and throw in the carrying of
small-pox patients to the pe?t house.
Nine thousand eight hundred and
forty dollars will pay the interest on the
Fox. Howard fc Co. bonds, and nine
thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars
Interest on sundry bonds of the city.
Seven hundred and fifty dollars will pay
bonds of the city due and becoming due,
before April 30, 1570.
"Let us arise and give thanks," says
the St. Louis It'puhUean ; "the city coun
cil has adjourned till cool weather." Let
us go into sack cloth and put nshc upon
our heads ! There are Indications that
our city council will oon go into perpet
ual session, and not adjourn even for
meals, beer or sleep.
In his communication resigning as
ea-liler of the Alexander County Hank,
Mr. Lewis stated that he retired to give
the institution an opportunity to procure
the services of some other person at a
smaller salary than he could afford to
work for to permit it to obtain a'eheaper
man. Who his successor will lyf- bus not
yet been determined.
Our remarks about tlMJdryl'ng-up
labors of the sun, made yesterday, were
premature. The rain did not stop falling
at our suggestion, a mark of disrespect
that even Potter would not bo guilty of.
On several occasions when wo requested
film to quit falling, he did so, and dried
up as we said tliu streets, ol the city were
Judge F. Bross having retired from
the business of building a railroad, has
gone Into the business of presiding over
a bank. We hope he may llnd the bank
business more profitable and pleasant
than railroading. He Is one of your hon
est, driving and he must permit us'to say
"whole hog or nothlncr men" who de
serve success lu alt their bMiiiAs enter
Several of tlte sidewalks recom
mended by the Street Committee are not
needed. We can get along w ithout them;
mid, since times arc hard and taxes al
ready very cumbersome, wouldn't It bo
well in thu council to not order the walks
built at this time r Money Is scarce. You
might as well try to squeeze blood out of
a turnip as many dollars out of anybody
In these dull times of business stagna
tion. The .Vim says, with confidence, that
the city and the county have the legal
right to give tlje Narrow Gauge, stock to
the company to secure the location of
workshops nt Cairo. We know that
neither the city nor county has any right
to do any such thing. But the devil
might le whipped around the stump. If
the shops are located here the stock
might bo sold, to the men who do the lo
cating, nt a very reasonable figure.
The billiard table ordinance provides
that no person, without first paying to
the city twcnty-flvu dollars, shall keep In
any saloon, restaurant, eating house, ho
tel or other place of public resort, n bil
liard table. Indeed I Where did tho
council obtain thu authority to say to
Wilcox or Wetzell : "You must pay $25
to the city before you may put up bll-
lltr.'Hnblft In your parlor to b iumI,
without filmrgo. by your lilorids mid
guests?" We don't believe tit Mud ol
mi ordinance will stand lire.
Three thousand six hundred dollars
for gas In the street lamps ! This makes
us think of oil. Oil Is ugood thing;
but oil wouldn't do. Gas only Is practi
cable, but wouldn't it Im well to dlsiicnsc
with some of the lamps ? There arc not a
few lamps that we might iret along with
out. Wo know the city has a contract
with the citizens who erected lamps to
pay for lighting them, hut dispense with
them aiiihowand let the citizen who
wishes suo for damages. Gas Is too ex
IM'iislvo a luxury to be burned where
light Is not needed.
Our City Council has respectfully
petitioned Judge Treat to not jiermlt his
railroad men to disregard the ordinances
or the city! When did Judge Treat be
come tho legMatlyc body of the City of
Cairo? Who gave hhn J the authority to
put a railroad Into any man's hands, nml
say, Do as you please with thl, paying no
attention to city ordinances, orders ol
State courts or State law s ? A City Coun
cil petitioning a United States' court,
with bated breath and whispering hum
bleness, to not permit Its ordinances to
be trampled upon by a railroad Is u spec
tacle we contemplate with Indignation.
The ordlnaiiceeutltled "an ordinance
to regulate the construction and w. of
nil I road tracks within the coporntc limits
of the city," will soon be lu
force. Will It be enforced?
Heretofore the railroad ordi
nances have been a'dead letter ; but this
one is not to he, so we are Informed. It
was enacted to be enforced, and will be.
Mayor Winter will sec to this; and If lu
doing Ids duty he Is called to Sprlngllcld
Into the awful presence of Judge Treat
our people will probably back him with
the purse of the city. There nrc one
thousand dollars in the 'contingent
fund to be used for tills purpose. So, let
tho work of compelling obedience to the
ordinance go on.
ltecves, by his clever singing of
"Old Black Joe," made the song popular
In Cairo. After his happy lilt with it nt
the Atheneuin everybody began to sing
it young and old of both sexes. The
boys and girls, on the streets, sang
"soil and low," as they passed
to and Irom school, "Old Black
Joe;" maidens howled it at pianos,
and young gentlemen, with voices as
comely as the "beautiful -now," shrieked
it iuto maidenly car. It went on until
Mr. Potter, of the Mound City Journal,
in an elaborate article, attempted to prove
that we had perverted the public mind
of Cairo; hail wooed it from love of all
that was white into affection for "Old
uiacK joc ' anu oilier niggers. lie ar
gues from tills that we are not a Demo
crat, and that nothing could be more evi
dent than that Halllii.iy and the City
aiionai naiiK are uing us. ow, we
protest this is all wrong. Peeves Is to
blame, not we ; and, in fact, .we would as
Soon read an editorial excursion letter.
nottiniikWHiaasol beer with the Great
Caucasian oi .nounu CHvrt.flIscft ffame
ua tncss wiui iierucrt, or sleep win, Da
vis, as bear Dial sung. Wc iniij I., ,
has been charged, a nigger Democrat.
but we are ready to stand up with any
uourijou in bouuiern Illinois and dp.
nounce "Old Black Joe" from morn to
noon, from noon to dewy eve a Sum
mer's day, and a Winter's day, too, and
also all night.
Parties building can buy building mate
rial at the lx Factory, at the following
Scantling and Joist, 24 fect
and under, ' i;i .'iO per M
Common boards, green, i: 60 "
Common boards, dry, " IT JO "
Common flooring, matched
Clear poplar flooring, match-
cd and drcised,
Clear ash flooring, matched
II ! I'aeli-aiM
to attempt to cleanse a stream while the
fountain is impure. Dyspepsia, complaints
or tho liver and kidneys, ainiptlong of tho
skin, scrofula, headaches, und all dl-cascs
arising from Impure blood, aro nt onco re
moved by Dr. Walker's California Vine
gar Bitters, the great and infallible purllicr
of the blood, hik! renovator of tbe system,
It has never been known to fall, provided
the patient had not delayed using It until
the vitality ot his system was loo far gone.
B&'A Sewing Machine is an absolute
necessity In every family. In making a
selection do not fall to examine the Wil
son Shuttle. This machine Is meeting
with unprecedented success, being sold at
a less price than any other first-class ma
chine, and at the same time combining to
a greater degree all the essentials ol a
family machine. Machines will be deliv
ered at any Itallroad Station lu this coun
ty, free ot transportation charges, If or
dered through tho Company's Hrancli
House at 010, N. Fourth street, SU Louis,
Mo. They send an elegant catalogue ami
chromo circular, Irce on apppiicatlon.
This Company want a few more good
Try thoso Flow del Fiimar Cigars, No.
120 Commo.-ctal avenue.
COWl'KUTHWAi r t I'lllM.II-S.
1,000 yards grenadines In all colors,
worth 50 cents a ard, which 1 will sell
for 10 cents a yard. I. Haiit.man.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS ot
all descriptions tho most complete as
sortmcnt over brought to Cairo at cost
for the next ten days. Drawers, Under
skirts, white and colored Shirts, Half
Hose In price I defy competition.
Al the Iiowvat Prices).
Collins, Caskets and Metallic Cases, In
Wilcox's block, at tho lowest prices.
of Flnu Cut and Smoking Tobacco at
COWI'KRTHWAIT at PlULLIPft',
I'll.NKNEH nl Iouli Herbert'.
tSTOo to JaecMi and try hit Eltf,A .V
QKH, a delightful beverage.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tbe cf
fects of errors and abuses In early lire.
Manhood rctorcd. Impediments to mar
riage rculovcd. Nca- mothod ol treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks
and circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes
Address, HOWAItl) ASSOCIATION, -HIi
N.Mnth street, Philadelphia, L'a.-aii lntl
tutlon having a high reputation for honor
al Ic conduct and prolculoual skill,
fi-l l-d .t w-ilm.
A large assortment of ladles' suits,
latest style, which I will sell cheap.
Dr. Srth Arnold's Couidi Kilter the
great ctadlcutor for all lung discuses a su
perlor remedy to all other medicines yet
discovered, In severe cases. It Is a sure,
iiilck, and perfectly safe remedy for
coughs, colds, sore throat, whooping cough
:roup, and all diseases of the throat and
lungs. Hutull prlco, 2." and M cents und 1
Any bottle that docs not give relief may be
returned, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold's Dlarrhu a BnUim,'j:nd
N) cents. Kemcmber It Is warranted. Ar
nold' UH'-lotts Mandrake I'HN, operating
without sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Seth Arnold's Mcdlcnl Corporation,
Wonnsocket, It. I. Sold by Paul U.Scliuh,
druggist, Cairo, III. o.'W-S.'i-.'bii.
This pleasant Summer lteorl is now open
for vliltors. '1 lie Springs arc the Hneit
Chalybeate water, and arc situated In n
beautiful beech crovc, near a romantic
stream with high rocky banks. The Springs
arc half-way between Vicuna ind Gol-
conda, and can be reached by hack from
either ol thoe place. It. W. Ilivixs,
June 22, IHVi. i.-JI-2w.
A sliver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sew-
Ing Machine, hard (piano) tlnlth, valued at
S:. Will be sold at $20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory.
A No. 0 Wilssn Shuttle Sewing Machine
valued at ?7o. Will be sold at $1.' discount
and ordered direct (rem the factory.
A $00 Itcmlngton Sewing Machine ?".0
oil for ca-h. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good terms, a Howe
Sewing Machine. May be seen at the Com
pany's office, corner Ninth street and Com
mercial. FOB SALE.
'Picturesque America" 18
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt
A style "H," "dough, Warren & Co.V
Parlor Organ, right from the factory at De
trolt. LUt price, $300. Will be sold for
A new two-lioiDo Gamble wagon.
t or any or tho above articles, apply at
tho Hl'u.ktin oftlce. E. A. HuiiNKrr.
At the IIl'i.lktin bindery IS numbers,
bound In two volumes, full "Ut mor
roceo; cost $U; for sale at $10.
jprayA.. Amucr ami nitcmg owv
envelopes at the Bum.ktix olllce, printed,
$:i m and $-1 00 per M.
I.lua-ii mill Nlraiv IIiiIm.
Large assortment of hoys' and
mens' linen and straw hats at one-half
the original cost. Now Is the time to
buy bargains at Hartinan's, corner Sixth
and Commercial avenue.
BajrThe llne.-t article of Salad Oil at
w t'iKfir Nlar.
Imported nd domestic Cigars, wholesale
ami retail, next door to 'Ibcr Bro.
Cowi'MTHWAlT A; 1'llll.I.II'S.
Allnitioii, llAne llnllliulM.
Balls and bats at co-it the laim-st as
sortment ever brought to Cairo, which I
will sell for the next thirty days at cost.
BiS'Delteioits CULWIACIIF.R at Jack
et's. IIhIh mill riouci-N.
200 Ladles1 Hats, latest style, all
ready trimmed; also a large assortment of
Artlllcial Flowers for trimming hats,
which I will sell at one-hall the whole
Nile price. The above are Ju.-t from New
York and are desirable patterns and
styles. D. Hautmax.
r.m,,.ul 1I..IK' In- V.. M
mi-ruiuM, Mfivuiry in uw -mrt.
Klour, uccnnlhiK to Kru'W'..
Corn, inlii-l, sai-ktil
Corn, whlta:, wicki.il
...i v:i" m
inim, in-r ion.......
Mt-ul, sleam ilria-il- - ,
lluttt-r, choice Nortlu-rn
llutt-r,clioi-c Southern HI.
rolulots, ih.t uiirrci
Unlgna, per Utm-1 ,
Cherries ir crate
Strawberries lT crute
8TATE8 XABSHAL'S BALE.
By virtue of a writ of n.ilc Isiic4 out (it the
lll.trU-t Court of (he Unlteit MuU.-s.loi- the
southern Dl.lrlctof Illinois, in AilnUroliy. ilu
leil on the -Mil ituy of June, A . ll. 1S73, will Iw
obi ut nubile le, to the liitr u-.t tu., iM o n
ilt-r.rorrusli.atta.ro. In anl District, on the
Ulli day of July A t. Is7i. l 1" o'clock i
..... .-..llitvln ilpA.-rilMHl umltfrtY. to-Wltl
bout if Steainur Kevstoue; ilie toe having been
i-iiudt-iuueil ana oMerwi or me cutui iu uv "-i
KllWAlttlU. 1IOK, U.S Marshal.
SiirliutWM, Illinois, June Ujth, U75
OF A VICTIM.
fubllihasl as a warnlnjc and Tor the benellt o
VoiinK Men and oilier who stUTer frotn Nsnoij
IMillltr, I.o of Manhood. lc, Olvlnf bin
Hula of Hclf-t-urK, after uwjenroiu much uf-
lerlng ami cxiwnse, ami inaiieu ires on iwii
llif R IKUI-lMMll llllTfWii rusnuiwi. Atmra
IliANIKl'MAYKAIlt, p. oJiox m,
J( N. Y
1 I'orl Mit.
Rtonmcr Jim Flsk, Padiicnh.
" Thos. Hhtrlock, New Orleans.
" Itobt. Mitchell, Cincinnati.
" City ol Chest. r,-st. I.onl.
Tow-boat Ktna, St. LonU.
" Falls Pilot, Memphl.
' Greyhound, ShotwelU.
Steamer Jim Flk Padueah.
" Thru. Shlrlock, Cincinnati.
" Itobt. Mitchell, New Orleans.
" City Chester, Memphis'.
Tow-boat Etna, Ohio river.
" Falls Pilot, Louisville.
" Greyhound, Shotwells.
' ('has. Brown, Louisville.
Jim Flsk. Padueah; Mlnneola, Cln
einnatl; John A. Scudder, Julia and Bee
and barges, St. .Louis,
ItlVKH AM) WnATIIHIt.
I he river last evening was III feel
7-1-5 Inches on the gauge, having rien fl
Inches during the previous 21 hours.
Another heavy rain fell yesterday morn
ing, and the weather was cloudy during
the day, but with some signs of clearing
oil In the evening.
The Mississippi Is falling nt St. Louis,
hut the Ohio, Kentucky, JCnnawh.i, Cum
heiiand and Tennessee rivers are rising.
A rUn of '.l ft-a-t nt (.'Incliiunll niut -t fct:t
at Nashville was reported for the 2 1 hours
ending 3 o'clock p.m., yesterday.
Thirly-ilght tow-boats are lying at
Pittsburg, waiting for a coal boat rise.
During the season Jttt closed the
steamer Natchez carried S 1,017 bales cot
ton Into New Orleans.
The Cumberland river is being
stocked with 72,000 young shad by the
United States Fish Commissioner.
Capt. H. W. Dngau and Fred Davie,
who have been off on a trip to Cincinnati
and elsewhere are expected back In a day
The Itobt. Mltehel arrived yesterday
with a big cargo from tho Ohio, and made
light additions here. She lias 1500 tons
of frcijrht. It is probable she will lay up
lor an overhauling on her return.
The Greyhound came out for an
empty barge and returned last evening.
In about a week from to-day the Grey
hound will assist at the launch of the new
Belle Lee at Metropolis, and In It weeks
will tow her to St. Louis to be com
pleted. Charlie Howe yesterday received an
ins'olce of materials for the construction
of a side show, with w hich he proposes
to accompany the new U-Hope-ln Com
binatiou. His curiosities have already
begun to arrive. Among them is a young
aligator, a piece of the Cardiff Giant and
a South American horned frog.
lu another place will be found the
card ot the Idlewlld, stating that on next
Saturday evening a moonlight excursion
will be given to Columbus and return
The excursion Is planned especially for
the people of this city, and will lie very
enjoyable. Everybody and their sweet,
hearts should go. The Irp will occupy
Just 7 hours In the cool of tho evening,
and will Include a grand supper, one ot
tho good things for which the Idlewlld l
New Orleans Times, July U: The
Hue steamer Thompson Dean, Capt. W.
II. Miller, left last cveninir for St. Louis.
.She had u ear'0 of 400 ton assorted mer
chandise, the principal partot w hich was
for the bends. Shu also had her cabin
full of passengers. On the completion of
Her trip at t. i.ouis. sue win proceed to
Mount! City, Illinois-, where she
will luidertro extensive ami thor
ough repairs, to make her a perfect
cotton tarrying boat. Capt. .Miller in
formed this reporter lhat ho had closed
with Hambleton. of the above city, to do
.. . i , .t.... tt ...tn t...
an mo worK, ami nun it. w in un uunu in
time for her to commence her trips from
MemnhU to this city nbotint the 10th of
.September. The Commonwealth luavlnjr
lost cvsnit) for St. Louis, had 750 tons
assorted freight, and her cabin lull of pas
sengers. Cincinnati Commercial duly 12: An
ofi'er'was made to thu Thomas Shlrlock
to carry tho mail from New Orleans to
Vickshurjr on her list trio, but declined.
The old company which find tho contract
for $:I0,(KX) refuse to cjury It under $!.,-
000, and so tho matter rests. Captain
(Jlles M. Mallctt died at Osyka. Missis
sippi, on thu illst of last month, aged
scventv-one years. Captain Mallet occu
pied a prominent position on our liver iu
the aule-bellum day s iu the Rayon Sara
packet trado and commanded dur
ing ids time tliu tollowlng
Iioats, viz: Rainbow, Caddo No.
1, Latonla, K. D. White. It. M. Jones,
JoliuSwasey, HooIcr State, and other
boats. Capt. David Campbell, 1'resl
dent of tho Carondclet Marine Ways, has
returned te St. LonU, after visiting Cin
cinnati in search of ship carpenters, to
work on thu new hull for the Gr.'at J.
pnbllc. W'All IIKl-AlirMKXr, ItlVKH UCl-OIIT, I
lulylM. Iris. S
STATIONS. tOw'wArEH. C"AM0!'
kt. in . rr. in.
Cairo. .H 6 '
l'lttsbuw il I '
Cincinnati IS si 1
lAiulsvllle .. D S x i
Nashville Is :i At 1
St. I.oills... 'ili II j
CJEAI.KD iiroiiosals will lie recelw-d ut my of
O lice until Tuesday, July -.oh, 176, lnrlhtj
.iilrvHnir irnnu lliousand cuulo vanls of snivel
on the steels of Cairn, Illinois, nt such placa-s us
the street coimnlUMMiiay ucsiijnaie, eiinrr irom
ihi, irrai-vl lutiik ut Mi'li'oiiiills or Hie bunk ulmve
I'uiluculi The city council re-erTi-s the right to
lejert uuv aii'l all inns.
' WM. HtK.NCH AXI.KV, City Cleik
Ccutrally Uuted, EltguUy tuikM,
Tbe Oo-uaeroiiJ Hotel of titt Oky.
Grand and Select
Saturday Evening, July 17, 1875.
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