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8BORB1T SOCIETIES .
VSIALON l.ODUK, NO. M.
, Kiilahli oil I'y ll'da, meets every fil
day nifflit nt half-tiast -.pvcii, hi Odd
Kellowi' Hall. 0 K. Slack,
' uiui. AI.KXANDKIt I.OIKiK, NO. Ml.
..?mmits. Inilcucndrnt Order of Odd-l'cl
V9Bf l'wi mittf every Thursday hIkMI
tmm i iinii-jnmcfwii in weir iiau on
"oiiiinerclal iivcuue, lielwien nl.xlh nnil Seventh
.Iru'lu. JOHN II UOSMIAX, .n. u...
"tAHtO KNCAMPilKNT, I. O. O. t. Hint
liiiOdd-lcllotty Hull onllic llr-tawl lliln
I iicfil.ij lit every inonlh, nt half-past seven.
C K .slack, U. 1'.
A CAIIIO LOlHii:. NO.iJT.A.K. A A. M.
Hold n pillar commiinlaitloiis In Ma
7J sonic Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' 'nml Eighth strift, on the second and
nitrtli MondAY ofnicli mouth.
Bmi Ha I Ik or f Very nprrlilliii
PHIL II. SAWS.
nellciouK-llI.Mi;.i:it-iil I.iiuls Her
Hn I'rult Jnr
nt "ft cents per tlo.cn ; nil tin latest style
In jt'lly glass. Senllntr wax In largo and
sinnll ipiatitltics, nt Dan'l llartman's,
corner Sixth street,
PI L3 KXF.lt nt Louis JIui-IktI'-.
CJct tin llesl.
Dr. Selli Arnold's Couxh Killer tho
groat eradlcitor for u'l 1 1 1 n i dlcacs . su
perior rcmu J j to nil other medicines yet
discovered, In severe eves. Itl i tire,
ipilsk, and perfectly safe remedy for
roughs, cold', orc throst, whooping cough
jronp, nnd ull dlfcase of tin tliroal and
limy. Itctall price, and 50 cents ami jl.
Any bottle tint duc.4 not Kivc roller miy lo
returned, aodthc mono) will be refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold's Diarrlncu ll.ilsjiii '.'. and
M cents. Heinomber It Is warranted. Ar
nold's billions M j ml rake. Pills, operating
without sickness and pain. Coiiiotinilcd
by Dr. icth Arnold' Medical Curporatl in,
Woonsockct, it. I. old by Paul U.Scbuh,
dru(f?lt, Cairo, Hi. .Ti-l-2.VJrii.
.iSrh'ITZI.wr.ltn ,w dtii-;...,tbrr.
UcutilucC tngrc'n Spfi"? water in bot
tle', kept on ice and id for in cent- per
i;las, 'JO cents per bottle, and 2 per do.en,
at the following place : I'hll. Saup's Con
fectioner) ; Mctlutilcy' and hchuh's Dntt;
tores, and Louis Herbert's Itcjtauratit.
Tlie Saratoga Congress Spring Water I?
put up andaold in bottles only, loln-urelts
original ttrength and medicinal proprttlcs.
f.oulH ItrrlM-rt lm pilJs:.M'.lt.
I p Cream,
Arlington lei; Cream Saloon, T. IS. Ki
ll?, proprietor, nt tlio Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
.Stxtli anl Seventh, is now open.
The most delicious lev Crenin alwnyi-on
band. Fiimllic supplied with any quan
tity, and at reasonable price. ft-lS-tf.
JSfUlR reduction in prbs-s ol I'catlicr
Outcr, at tkrliuliV drughtoic.
A cottage on Tliirtcentli street, K'twion
Wnsliiiigt'jn avciutu and Walnut Hreet.
iMS-tt. Apply to Pit. Smith.
Three largo and very drirable family
loom", fronting on the Ohio, at the M.
Chirlcs Hotel, can be bad, ltli board, at
very reaomblc rates during the .suinmer
months Abundance o pure air and per
fect ventilation. MO-tf.
Jo line! lrr.
Landloni'ol hotels and boarding boue
vi ill find It to their sdvantsge to call upou
Mm. Coleman, Uundrc-, No 12 Fourth
tlrctt, betwetn Waohlngton and Commer
rial avouue. Hotel nml boardliig-hoil-o
wahlng,75eentperdoren. Koi piecework
prirex arc a-toilowrt Single -hlrt and col
lar, inc; per dozen coej oek ftc; two col
lar!, fc; two handkerchief', fie; vciiti i!(ic;
and all gcutlenicn's wear, fCc. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, "i'l to fiOc;
.klrt10 to 20o; drawnrs 10 to irc; two
pair IiP'c fie; two collars 5 to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothcH $1 00 per dozen; for la
dle line' clolhes, ifl 2"i per doen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. 1'a
tin tit lilils ll-rlirtn for IMI.Si:-
Only .10 Onl.
'i'lip Now City Directory will eo-t you
only ftO IvuU at Itobbln' Music Uajir,
"112 Connncrclal iivonne. Kvcry lainlly
should have one. 7-7-10t.
Xollcr of He iiioyiiI.
Tue welbknown. liarbcr thop, corner
I'.igbtli ami Cuiiuhcrrial, pre.ldcd ov:r by
:im popular artlMi George Stuiuhousc, bus
removed ono door north on Couuuerclal, In
.bo (irand Central Hotel. The now Miop Is
nr'c and commodious, and tliote wishing
lor anything artUtlc in tlio way of fashion
sblo hair cutting, -mouth riiavc', ute., will
.In well to call at the Grand Central Ilatber
At the iiL'i.MiTiN bindery If nuinbei,
bound in two volumes, lull 'llt nior
roeco; cot 51 1 ; for falo at $10.
JC55-X Jlaj; htock envelope- at tlio ltt'i.
uaix olllce, :i 25 per M.
VSf'Thc'ecUbmied 'Scith. M I l.W'A I'
ll ICR ltRRR nt JatehcVs.
Wo will take, at the Ht. Charles Hotel,
durln? tho summer month, SO day boarder-,
nt $22 per month, aud&O boarder with cool,
pleasant rooms on tho upper floor, at i'M
per month. At this extremely low rate,
uuiio but promptly paying boarders will bo
accepted. .Ikwkii Wilcox V Co.,
B$rXX Wood utock envelope-nt the
HttLLV.Tiv ollkv. S:l (X) per M.
It Is 1'neless
to attempt to cleauso a ctrcam whllo the
fountain lh impure. Dy-pcpsla, complaints
of the liver and kidney, eruptions of tho
skin, scrofula, keadaehes, and til diseases
arising irom impure blood, aro at oncu re
moved by Dr. WIkor'i California Vine
gar Hitter, tho great and Infallible purlller
of the blood, and renovator of tho eystom,
Hluis nover bcon known to fall, provided
the patient had not delnyod uing it until
the vitality ol his nystem was ton fur gone.
Hjp-Tho finest article of Salad Oil ut
TLTISDAV, JULV 20, 187ft.
I.ornl IVcnther Hcporl.
Caiiio, Iix.i July III, IsTA.
Tint:. IIaii. J The. Ww.V. Wr.Aniin
7n.m wi.iiii 1 "70" N.K ! a I.t. Italn.
II " :n.i'.'i, ;s M.K I 8 Clnmly.
ip in. r'.'.tll , Hi w.l I t'ulr,
llnliifall .'.si Indies.
THOMAS JUNKS, SitrI. S. 8., U. S. A.
Or. Wnrdner, wo arc pleaH'd to Inform
our reader, U Improving.
It is -aid that llarunni'.s Ureat ltoman
Hlpiiodronie and Clrcu, now exhibiting
In St. I.oul?, will vl-lt Cairo.
B.vilr. Henry Plnkcltho vvell-known .a-
ioon unoprietor 01 tins city, who lor
snine-iiiouiMs iiasi.nas .ijcen very hick,
died yesterday inorning at two o'clock.
In Toss ii.
Mr. William llodnet, one- of the own
ers of tht'fct. I.ouls TiiiHn, 1 j'topphiff at
thoSt. Clinrle-t Hotel. It Is -aid that Mr.
Hoduet U about to take unto himself one
of Cidm'x fair tlainels for n wife.
Prof, .loliu P. Ute'-ou, of thl, city,
ha received an appolntinent In the lTni
li d Slates navy. He will lcavu Cairo for
alejo, to-morrow, where he will enter
upon hi.- diitlc.
' -Mi''. Vhk'! and win, of Salt Lake City,
who for Hie past inontli have been in
this city vl-Itlng her patent-!. Mr. and
Mrs. Steele, will leave for home in
Salt Lake to-day. Mm Klla Steele, a
-iMtro: Mr. Pa'e, will accompany her.
The members of the Cairo Cil-Iiio me
equeMed to meet at their hall till after
noon at 2 o'clock, -harp, to attend the
funeral of their late brother, Henry
Diiikcl . lly order ol the nrc-ident.
Kr.i.Mioi.n V. Hr.i..siiii, Secretary.
run i' ml Notice.
Died, ye-t'-rilny. in tliis city, lleinv
Funeral will take place thl- afternoon,
at it o'clock, tharp.lrom his late rcMdcnte
on Commercial avenue, between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Friends invited.
To lie Itt'inowil.
It is reported about the -tree!-, that
Mayor Winter is about to remove two of
the member-- of tho police force, lately
noiniiiatid by litui and coniirmed liy the
city council. It I- -aid that he has be
come dN-atl-llcl with the actions of the
olllcer-, but what hi reuons lor rcmov
ln;them are we are unable to . nt
Oh ! Nay !
Ain't tha9 Flora del Kitina Clirar nice,
at Cowpertliwalt .t Phillips'?
Ai oIIiit i:.rurlnii.
From a reliable .-ourc', wc learn that
another excursion on the steamer Idle
wild is talked of. The steamer will -joa--far
down tho river a Jackson, taking on
parties from Columbus and Hickman,
and al-o u parly from (hi city. When
ever the favorite Idlewild ets up an af
fair of this kind, she can always count on
her friend in Cairo.
Thetilal of Alex. Uoolli, the negro
who -bowed o much dislike for the cala
boose that he had to be beaten over tho
head with a club, hi order to make him
go in, nml who 1- to be tried on a charge
of re'l-tlng an olllcer, was po-tpoued for
the -econd time, yesterday, until eight
o'clock tlili morning.
linriiiiiiiineiil .Vol lee.
Tlie ollleci.- and member. of Cairo F.u
campment No. HI, I. O. 0. 1, are re
queilc'l to. attend the regular meeting of
the Lodge this (Tile-day) evening nt 8
o'clock sharp. Members of other K.i
campmcuts In good -tandingnreeordially
Invited to meet with u.
E. A. Hi'itxiiiT, Sciibo.
Co I o icil Ottl-IYIIn' I'lenle.
The colored Odd-Fellow. of this city
will give a ba-ket picnic at FortJellereon
to-day, provided the weather will per
mit. Itc-idc the members of the order,
of whom there arc twenty-one, a number
of invited guests will participate hi the
all'alr, who arc anticipating a very pleas
ant time. The picnic was to have taken
place about a week ago, hut. wa post
poned on account of bad weather.
A .Viirriiiv Knantw
I III Saturday evening, H. Igel, proprie
tor of thu Little ICeiituckian saloon, on
thu Levee, was at work llxlng tho awn
ing in Iront of Harelay Brothers' drug es
tablishment, on Washington avenue,
when lie lost Ids hold and fell to tho side
walk below. The fall was a very hard
one, and Mr. igel inav consider that he
wa very lucky in not being seriously in
jured. A. It wa-, ho was only bruised it
Smith, the man who was: on trial at
Charleston, Missouri, recently, charged
with having murdered his Illegitimate
child, and who narrowly escaped hang
ing the jury standing eleven to one, In la
YMF. of hanging him ha been relented
from the Mississippi county jail, on ten
thousand dollars bail, Mr. T. Illrd, u gen
tleman well known In this city, going on
ills bond for that amount.
New I)- t'lirnlHlieil,
The African Methodist Kpiseopal
church, at the corner of Klghtecutlt and
Walnut streets, has recently been fur
nished with a very neat and substantial
lot of pews. Tho pews are made ol
black walnut mid ash lumber, and were
manufactured by the Kxcclslor innnufac
titrlug company of Indianapolis, Indiana.
They cost tho meiubors of the congrega
tion five hundred and fprly-three dol
Mr. Phillips U having his now building
on the corner of Fourteenth street nnd
Washington avenue, which Is fast ap
proaching completion, thoroughly fitted
up with gas and water pipes. Make's
men are doing the business.
Vott nrc hereby notllled to meet at the
hall at 'i o'clock punctually hi uniform to
attend the Amend of our late brother,
Henry Oinkel. Hy order of the company,
T. .1. Kkiitii,
Secretary pro tern.
Hegular convocation of Cairo Chapter
No. 71, to bo held at the Masonic Hall,
Tuesday evening, .Inly 20th, at 7j.
C. IIaxsv, Sec.
On III i .Muscle.
A seedy-looklnit individual, full of ben
zlim mid fight, walked down the levee
yesterday afternoon hunting for some
body to "chaw up." Opposite dim Mai
lory's olllce he found what he was after,
and when we hint saw him he was lean
ing against a post considerably "shuck
up like," and feeling as though lightning
had -truck him or he had gone through
a threshing machine.
Mi-s Hubble Crowley, niece of .Judge
John Howley, of this city, has been re
cently promoted to the responsible posi
tion of llr.st assistant to the principal of
the llrt of the seven rooms in the L'a-t
St. Louis public school". Tlie young
lady, who Is now in tlie city on a visit to
relatives and friend, will return to East
St. Louis next September and auine
the duties of her po-llloti.
Oh ! Where
did you gel that Havana Cigar At Cow
perthwait.t Phillips' New Cigar Store,
next to Tuber llro.
Judge llross' police court was the
scene of unite an intcre-ting little suit
yesterday afternoon lielween two ladles
of this city. One sw ore that she had
been foully abit-ed by tlie other, while
the defendant woru very emphatically
thiitshe haddonu no such thing, aV did
her two children, a boy of twelve or
thirteen years of age. and a girl of six
teen. Altera number of witnesses on
both sides had been heard, Judge Hro-s
lined the defendant ten dollar- and co-ts,
which she thought was very unjust, of
cotir-e, but which she paid, and went her
way, a vvl-er, if not a better woman.
Kariirilon to NorTidli, Vh.
All excursion train, with refreshment
caratL-iched, will leave Mcmphh, on the
Memphis k Charle-ton railroad, on tlie
27th of this month, for Xorfolk.Vlrginia.
We hear that several ladles and gentle
men of this city will accompany the
Memphis party, making connection with
tlie excursion train at Grand Junction.
Tlio Tin) for ll." round trl from this
city has been placed at S2) SO, ami tim-o
who may wish to take a pleasure trip,
now have a speudld opportunity. Tick
ets can lie obtained of Mr. John II.
Jones, at the Illinois Central paesenger
In tlie base ball item published in tlie
Rfi.i.KTix of Sunday morning, which
was taken from tlie Paditcah Herald, it
was stated that tlie Idlewild club of that
city had challenged a Cairo club, and
that the game would be played in till
city on Saturday next. Since the publi
cation ot the item, we learn that no chal
lenge has been accepted by any club of
Cairo, ns tlie gentleman who received
tlie Idlewlld's challenge, not being a
member of the lately organized club,
wrote to the. secretary of the Paducah
club that he had no authority to make a
match, as he was not a member of the
organization. A game with the cham
pion Paducahltcs would, however, please
the Cairo boys very much, and all the
Idlewllds have to jdo is to challenge
them, and we will vouch for it that their
banter will lie accepted. Tlie Paducah
men, being very confident of success,
mid anxious to get a chance at the Cairo-
lte. want to play threo games tor a
solid silver ball, which will be given to
the winners of two games tlie llr.st to lie
played In this city, tlie next in Paducah,
and the third, the deciding game, to take
place on neutral grounds.
-Planters' :-C. J. Manlu, Mt. Ver
non. Illinois-, James G. Shree, Sikcston ;
A. H. Morris, Oolcond.i : -Mrs. Howcn,
Tennessee: E. O. Chase. Milwaukee : J.
It. Davis, Pallas, Texas; M. Johnson. St.
Louis; W. McN'abb and family. Wheel.
Pelmonlco: I5.T. Powers, Canton,
MIsS.; II. C. Plukhis, Canton, Mis.-. ; (i.
,T. Finney, Virginia ; H. Pcarso, Jackson,
Tcnn. ; John llannakan, Now Orleans ;
Ceo. F. Sampson, Canton, Miss.; F.
Freshen. Ullin, Illinois; W. S. Gauntp-
ton, Mt. Vernon, llllnol ; Henry Mow-
St. Charles: Henry Uuuncll, Padu
cah; Joseph W. Thompson, radiieah;
J. II. Fowler, Paducah ; S. Humphreys,
Evansvllle; Q. Melch, N'evv Orleans; E.
II. Massey, Owcnsboro, Ky. ; 11. L.
Heine, Philadelphia 5 L. M. Flournoy,
Paducah; E.G. Ityniati Nashville; 0.
C. Jones, Fulton Ivy. ; George II. Wal
ker, Memphis; William Hodnct, St.
Try the Cluster l!lne Cut wholcsalo and
retail at Cowperlhwait & Phllllp',12(l com
innrclttl avenue. 7-20-lw
"Our Nnloon" I.uiicli
Hereafter a No. 1 lunch will be sprout)
uvery morning, at "Our Saloon," on Eighth
street, oppo-lto tho Urand 'Joutral Hotel.
Tlie very best of all kladi ol odlblos to bo
found in tho market will bo lervcd tip
in the most palatable in inner, with cool
Milwaukee bocr always on hand to "wash
down" thu mmo. Fred Holhelnf, the pro
prietor ot thu popular resort, knows how
to make ovcry ono feel at homo, and he
extends a cordial Invitation to all his
frteii to come around at 10 o'clock every
mornluif nnd got a irood, "uun meal."
"Hill Jones," correspondent of the
Golcondn Jltrald, says Hear Hough,
like Cairo, Is famott, and Illicit with
Spiritualists, and Free Thinkers and
The Charleston (Mo.) Omritr says :
"Miss Cora Strattou, or Cairo, U in the
city visiting n large circle ot friends."
The Kiinc paper also says: "James Hil
ton, the popular young conductor,
on the Cairo division of the St. L., I. M.
S. Hy., has gone to New Vork to see
City Treasurer Make, Salamanca,
New Vork, -ends us the following, un
der date of July 10th: "Are you still
hunting lor Items? If so, nk Howe,
I'ecker, Gerould & Co., about their sail
Wednesday evening." We don't know
what Mr. JHake means, and therefore per
mit him to ask Hie question himself.
Speaking of tlie strawberry-mark re
conciliation between we'iins and Ills
Honor, the Mayor, the Jonesboro O'a
says: "Wish we had been there.
We would have given 10 in a game of Pe
dro to have seen the meeting of the long
lost friends. John will not say wolf to
lack, and peace will reign In Cairo."
Helena, Arkansas, has ordered a
steam lire engine. Tlie Arabs ot thWelly
have one they ought to sell cheap for
cash. It has ceased to be even ornamen
tal, lint probably Mayor Winter would
not like to have his namesake go into tho
lawless Suite of Arkansas, lie Is a peace
loving man, and tlie engine named after
him Is the quietest machine hi the world.
William .-tern lias sued Mound City
for $3,000, for allowing his cellar to bo
flooded by water several times. Then we
ought to sue ( alto for $10,000. Not sat-l-Iled
with the wider that poured iutoour
cellar from the slope of tlie street, the
city authorities made a guttir along
half a square and opened a hole so that
thu Hood could get under our houe with
neatness and dispatch.
"One of the Party," writing to the
Jonesboro (hzttte about tlie wedding ex
cursion of ills estimable friend, tlie
County Clerk, Mr. W. S. Hanners, re
turns thank" to the Uuli.ktix, and says :
"Evcrv one wa pleased Willi the hospi
tality received at the hands of friends In
Cairo.", Voiuig Gcorgu Dougherty ought
to get this card writer to spell "Orange
Thu Diirant (Miss.) Adwrtii',- says:
"Wc are gratiiled at Uniting in the Ca'lro
daily llutl-ti,i the subjoined notice of a
poem which appeared in tlie Adretfiwot
last week- irom the pen of the son of the
editor or till- paper. We have refrained
from saying a great deal about his
writings heretofore because of the rela
tionship cxI-tliiL- between us. but we feel
a pardonable pride in what he writes and
the favorable things said of him bv other
In reference to the defeat of the huso
ball players of Mumluboro bv the Cairo
club, on the 5th hist,, tlie Jackson county
Era says : "It might have been different
had not four of the III if At milling iitiin
been no,,,,, ,lrIll , Jlmi (Jm.
... -aiiMUMi witn ,,, ,.,.guh am, nt no
".-....vuay win vuit Cairo, .li-Urmlneil
to bring back what your boys borrowed,
only borrowed, trom us." jjrjj- U0W11
your Slaeduu's of tlie bat, una d d be
tlie club that llrt cries: 'Hold!
enough !" We understand this to be a
quotation front Shakenear; and. if it
sounds harsh in nuy person's ear, tlie
playwright and not we ought to be
blamed. Hut, bring on your batter-.
Caiiio, III., Monday Evn.vi.vi:, l
July Id. 1S73. f
Tlie extraordinary high temperature ot
the atmosphere, which prevailed last
week, culminated last night in a heavy
rain storm that lasted all night. Tlie
sky was overcast with heavy clouds all
day, and another heavy storm of rain,
thunder and lightning closed tlie day.
The weather was much cooler after the
storm of last night, the iiitircury scarcely
reaching thu nineties during the hottest
part of the day; and we believe, during
the hottest part of Ja-t week, in the shade
away front the rays of the sun, either di
rect or reflected, the marks on tlie ther
mometer did not reach 100, while
in St. Louis it went up to 101, showing
that Cairo i not tho liotte-t place in the
Taking cvcrythinir into consideration.
and the state of the markets around us,
we wiiiik. our market shows a rather
healthy condition. Exerythlng Is firm,
with few exceptions, and alihoii'di the
volume oftraiisactlonsi small, it will
compare very favorably with other -ea-sons.
They new crops will begin to move
-oou, and wo then look for a general re
vival an roimu. The Ohio Is lar-'u and
still rising, and will probably reach forty
aar-Our friends should bear In mind
that the prices hero given aru u-ually for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It Is nee-
essary to charge an advance over the.-e
Choice grades aro becoming a little
sciirce, but low and medium grades are
overstocked. The market Is dragglngall
round. We nolo sales or 200 barrels on
orders, $t 50g, 7ft ; 100 barrels round lot,
$1 85 ; :t00 barrels, 5.1 ftOO ftO; 50 bar
rels XXXX, ?l) -'5; 50 barrels XXX,
$5 "ft; 100 barrels City, $ft fto7;t-00
barrels,?! 50QC 50; 200 barrels XXX
Spring, SI "ft.
Tlio dullness that has characterized
this braueh of the market still prevails,
and there are no signs of rallying soon.
There Is no demand at any price. Wu
note sales of 1 car mixed delivered, $ Ift ;
l car mixed delivered, $10.
Choice corn Is in steady ami active de
mand. Hcceipts are all taken. There are
largo quantities of soft and rejected corn
on tlm market for which there Is no de
mand. Sales were 2 cars No. 2 whito
In bulk on track 7lo ; 2 cars No. 2 mixed
hi bulk on track 70c; 1 car No. 2 vvhlto
hi sacks delivered 80o; 2 cars white In
bulk on track ,7Cc: 2 cars mixed In bulk
on track 72c.
u.The market is bare. Receipts are In
Mitllclcnt touiccttlic moderate demand.
We note sales of 2 cars In acks delivered
The market is overstocked with conn
try meal and;no demand. There were
nearly n thousand barrels on track this
morning and prices nrc decllnlm. Tho
demand for city meal Is fair, 1520u
above quotations on country. Sales were
100 brrrels country steam dried delivered
$11 75 ; IWO barrels country kiln dried on
track ?:i 50.
The market Is Hat, no demand and none
sclllngexccpt in small order lots at tho
The market Is bare ol choice butter.
naiiu comes In and there Is an active In
quiry at an advance. Tlie heavy stock
of old butter cannot be worked "oil", and
Is becoming un-aleable. We note sales
of 200 pounds Southern Illinois 15c; ;W0
pounds Southern Illinois lftu : 1 nackiiL'cs
choice Southern Illinois 20u; 12 buckets
choice Southern Illinois lS20c; I
buckets choice Southern Illinois lStfJOo.
Tlio market Is overstocked and dull;
none wanted to-day at anv mice. Tin.
stock on hand is damaged by the heat.
v e note sales of 200 do. Ja-: 200 do.
10c; ft cases 10c.
Voting chickens nrc plenty and slow
" tie. There is si stcadv demand fur l,l
lens and receipts are all taken onnnivnl.
We note sales of :J0 dozen vouiil- .'-W' 50:
0 coops old hens l 10;t 7ft 10 dozen
young ?a 25(2,2 50; ft coops old hens
.i i.: .i coops young 2 50.
All kind- of .-mall fruit- except
blackberries liud ready sale. We note
Sale of 1ft boxes leimm illl .f. .-.
boxes peaches 75o; IS crates blackber
ries $2; 00; .'iOtlurd bushel boxes ap
ples .2.-5toe ; 50 third hu-hel boxc to
Tlie market rules steady and unchain?-
cd. There Is a. surplu, of plain ham- in
the market. Clear sides and shoulder
:ii u scarce. Wc note sales of lOOfi pounds
plain hams 12c.
Steamer Jim Fi-k. Paducjih.
" Kddyvllle, Xaliville.
" Arkansiis llelle, Kvan-vllle.
Capitol City, Vicksburg.
City of Vicksburg, St. I.oul-.
" Grand Tower. Memphl.
" .Mhmcolii, Memphis
Steamer Jim Fik. Paduc-ah.
" Kddyvllle, Xiliiv111c
" Arkansas llelle, Evansvllle.
" Capitol City, St. I.oul--.
" City of Vicksburg. Vicksburg
" ;rand Tower, .Memihl.
Jim Kl-k, Paducah ; Clias. Morgan,
Cincinnati ; Tho. Means, Ironton , City
or Chester, J no. L. lihode, St. Louis.
IlIVKIl A Nil WliATIIKII.
Tlie river last evening was .'10 feet 0
inches on the gauge, having risen 20 2-5
Inches during tlie previous -IS hours. The
ri.-e cannot continue much longer unless
thu rains of yesterday were general and
exceedingly heavy. Tlio planters below
can stand two or three feet more water
without being very badly hurt, but the
overllow ha begun at the lowest places
Tlie ruin ot yesterday morning was
very heavy. Another heavy shower ac
companied by crashing lightning passed
to the north of thu city in the alteriioou.
dipt. Tom l.yinau am! Capt. Tom
Lee, of Paducah were in the city ve-ter-day.
-Capt. W. 1J. Miller, of the Thomii
.ou Dean, starts for homo this morning
via Louisville and Cincinnati.
The steamer Cons. Millar, Capt. .las.
11. Pepper, will bo the packet from Cin
cinnati on Wednesday without fail.
Capt. George Miltenbcrgcr, clerk of
thu Thompson Dean, left for his houiu In
St. Louis by tiie iilternoiin train yester
The Arkansas Hello brought out 700
sacks of corn, 50 dry barrels and ft tons
grocetlcs. Shu will lay up for repairs
next week and the Pat Cleburne will take
The Charles Morgan, All". Stein. Mus
ter, will bo at our wharf this evening to
receive freight and people for all points
south. Shippers and thu traveling public
should bear this in mind.
Tho Lddyville, yesterday, rcshipitcd
&S ton- pig Iron, 2120 bundles pipe items,
and .some other freight fur the Ohio
river, on the Minueola 'at Mound City
and brought a light trip to tills port.
Capt. Hilly Crowi is no longer mast
er of tlie Jim l'i-k. Capt. Crowi lias
been -o long and so favorably known
that his portly pre-cuce will Im -A-nslbly
missed on the favorite Paducah packet.
Capt. Dick Kvarts has taken command
of the Flsk tor the present.
Thu tow-boat Grand Lake No. 2,
Capt. S. A. Toms, ipado the round trip
from Cairo to New Oilcans, arriving hero
hist Saturday morning. in something lc.-s
than ten days. Shu took down 2,200 tons
and brought up II barges containing 100
tons. This is very fast tlmu indeed. The
Grand Laku will be out from St. l.ouU
again 011 Wednesday evening and lay
over until the next evening to receive
freight from the south.
Wis were informed yesterday that
Capt. Tom ltyinan proposes during tho
coming season to restore tlio Cairo and
Naslivlllu trade to at least part ot its old
activity. Ho will have three boats in thu
trade, and thinks (hat they will bring nut
fully two-thirds of nil the upper Cumber.
land tobacco for reshlpment from this
port. Two of tho boats will be the Ed-
dyvlllo nml Shipper's Own, but tho third
has not yet been determined upon.
St. t.fmta ril.iin-r.,...iNM..n. u.
, j, vwiuifir-t:iiiuLiui, icii ir.
. i .,,ll;r'.r ""'d I'Ooml & Co., has
been In the city fr CVeral days, trying
to save the front i .i...! I..' i.
til,.,, " , ""V. "I 1IIUII I TO IIUIISC
Vt bether he succeed, it. h... .. .i.
B filch ,,,C r Cat U-UfP-I sl"ow Is a
Thu bet tug that was ever on tho Mis
sissippi river made her debut V "t ,? .v
and that same Is thu entirely l ewjo 'n!
P. Kelser, built tor the Lewis Coal Co,, .
pany by the Carondelet Marlins Hallway
and Dock Company. Shu Is SO tect lonir.
lu feet beam. Ill feet hold? tu-n i.nti..'
11 feet by IIS Inches diameter, with 5
ones ; two eyimucrs i IX2U inches, and
cost $20,000. She was built lorn b.ul.
ness luir, but ifnny pigeon tries to pas
her, wo think Urn tail-feathers will lly.
('pt. John S. Long has charge of her,
and Will Vore I her tnmir. nml llm
Dully her sclentlllu engineer. She made
several trips through the harbor yestcr-i!-Vi'
i "vr "wmri ru highly pleased
i mi ner.
VVAIt DtrAlltJIESr, lltVKI' IlKI-OHT, f
July la. ls7S.
sr.nos low u-ATun. sIIanok.
T. IX. IT j IX.
Culm ti s v i ii
j:jV""i 1 - J
LbiclniiNtl o j ii
Loiilarlllc I.' I
.Vitslivllle ) 7 I 1
St. I.oiiU o o I 6
I'nr .Vimv OH run.
Hi Kli'Xsnl HUnimr
Hurry W. AMi,....
Will If.ue lid port ILK-HAY KVF..V
M.N'ti, July 'Will, lor New Orlcnn-, itlvlns
HiroiiRli rmspts t nil points in Texa, Yiy the
.MiirKiin Line hteamers mt Itallrumls.
For liciclit or pnsjaRi- niiiily on hosnl i,rto
lllll.l.iy I'ldlllps' MliarY-Uints.
llif Kli'ant I'a-nuRer "Icnniir
lumi', II. Piikt .Vlu-li-r.
L. II. liebtir - Clerk
Will liuve Calm WED.VKSDA Y .MOit.VINU,
July -.'1st, for the above and nil way point.
Knr nriirlil or iLissniru iipplj on Imnpl or to
IfallMay .Vl'lilllljn' lnn.i.iti' T-.'O-'.'I
La-t Thur-day evening, on F.igluh
street, between Under'. store and circus
grounds, a lady's -ntiill amethyst breast
pin. The linder will be rewarded by
leavim: at Huli.uti.v olllce. 7-lil-tf.
The t'lilmi Iteiirsolrnt Aftiot-ltitiuu.
Thut'nion ltenovolcut Association wishes
to Inform the public that it wui oranUcd
September lltli, 1874, and begs pardon for
co.lu out at such a late date : lint ow
ln to the hard times wo have lieeu dc
laycil. We are now happy to announce.
that wo have been suecesaful no far, and
ready at any time for tho aecepUnco of
members or petitions for the saute. Time
of meeting, Frid ly before the second Sat
unlay in ta-li month. Hall on Filth .-Ireot,
between C'onuuerefal and Wa-ilifngton av
enues. It. TL'dOLK, Prc.-ldent,
P. Aha.ms, Vfce-PrtIifent.
I.. W. Hakeii, Searelary.
7-1 7-1 111.
tlSTOo to Jueckel'n and try hU ICIIliAN
GRIt, a delightful bercrngc.
" . 111 in. r.
Parties bullilln can buy IiuUiUok
rial at the lt-x Factory, at the fnllowin;
Scanning tnJ Jols, 24 feet
nnd under, $ lit 50 per M
Common boards, green, ti! 50 "
Common board, dry, 17 51 '
Common tloorlng, uiatehcd
and dressed, 20 On "
Clear poplar lloorinc, mateh-
ed and dressed, 25 00 "
Clear ah flooring, matched
and dressed, ::o 00 "
Cypress lath. 2 ift "
GREAT BARGAINS !
GREAT BARGAINS !
.vs 1 am liarrarsed to death from state
ments from New York, t atn compelled to
sell my entire stock of Clothing at an Im
mense saerillee. IKK WiLDEli,
l'l-tt. Corner Sixth and Ohio Levoo.
SKirXX Amber and While rag stock
envelopes at tlio Hri.i.iiii.v olllce, printed,
$:t 50 and.! 00 per M.
This pleasant Summer ltesort is now open
for visitors. The Springs are the rinost
Chalybeate water, and are situated In a
beautiful beech v'fnvc, near i romantic
ftroatn with high rocky banks. The Springs
arc half-way bcttrcen Vienna .ind flol-
ennda, and can bo reached by haek from
olthcrof those place. J(. W. Uiv.sv,
.linn -2, 187. li-il-Uw.
At the I.iie.l t'rlees.
Collins, Ca-kets and Metallic Ca-e
Wilcox's block, at the lowest prices..
lII.SK.Klt lit l.ouli lli-rliert'i.
ttediieeil Itiiten til lint Kiiliius.
The St. I.oul, Iron Moiiutain .t South
ern It. It. Co., will sell round trip tick
ets between Cairo an. I Malvern, goud for
sixty days, for twenty-live dollar', to ri
tics of thren or more. Stujio faro from
Malvern to the Springs, three dollirs each
Way. J. O. ZlMMKlt, Agent.
t'lienper limn Kvrr Knuuii llelore.
Mason's Self-Sealing Fruit Jars at ?l 50
per dozen. Kxtra rubbers for Mason's
Fruit Jars, at Daniel Ilnrtman's, corner
Sixth street; 0-2ft-tf
Sift" Delicious CVhMJIAOIlEltHt JhcI-
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men fr.iu tbn cf
focu of erroii and abusot In early .'He.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
rlago rcmovod. Now method ol treatment.
New and reiuarkuble remedies. Hooka
and circular sent free, In sealed envelope;.
Address, UOWAItU ASSOCIATION, 419
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Insti
tution having a high reputation for honor
a) le conduct and prolestlonal skill.
A llvcrpmeiiNOi0 w,
Injf Machine, hud (piano) Bn..
fL. Vr,,l '' .mMm 120 ""ounr, j.t
terms, and or,lcredtfrom tho ,.0.y.
, N,0' n Wllwn Shuttle 8.wlnB Machtno
valued at 7S. Will be sold t I5 dl.cotttit
and ordered direct frf.m the factory.
A $fl0 Itemlngton Scwleg Machine-:10
off for cash. SulUbla for
At a bargain, and on good termn, a Howo
Soviin,. Mschlno. May be seen at the Company-
omcc, corner Ninth street and Com
mercial. VOIl 8AI.E.
"I'leturdsquc Amctlea' is numborn
bound in 2 volume, mu Knt Morocco ;
A stj 1 1 E," "dough, Warren & Co.V
Parlor Organ, right from tho factory at De
troit. I.ltt price, S300. Will be sold for
A now two-horse Gamble wagon.
For any ot the above articles, apply at
the lltM.I.V.TINOllIcc. E. ,. Ill'ISNKTT.
Curreclcil Dally I17 K. M Sleani. cominlslon
iiipri'li.mt, sei-ri'tary of tin; Cairo llwinl ot
Klonr. iieronlfnir tn irnilc
Corn, inlxiil, .ai-Unl
v-rn, wniie, ;icke.l
Ilran, )nr ton
Meal, steam ilrlnl
HutliT, elioiiT .Nortlierii
Ilutler,cliolrv Soutln-ni 111
(.liicki'iH, jivriloin ,..
Tiirkeyd, ihtiIozoii .
roltoe, ikt lutrul
Onions. lwrUiml - ...
Slmwlierrlcs iht crate
WiirrlKiitse InHeil lliiil.Rniiilolnh Co.,
rpili; housr U luliy l. n't, two storied, ami
J. loejleil 1111 die lil-t itcslrable point otitic
lite truck of the Cairo Jt M. Loins railroad ant
ui ll loentnl fore;i!llv hiui'lllnir lt.iui anil Hour.
'Mils Is tlie lwst point for wheat on the linrol
thUrunit. Ucr llltr thou-iiml bushel of wheat
urrontifjintil fiiom ihi station to St Louis aii't
iiini iui raion i.oimi iva-oiid lor selling'
Tor terms uiel lurtlculur I'liouirc of
CommUilou Merchant, Cairo.
Or A S .eve. lldl llml, IllluoU
Notice to Contractori.
SI". A I.K) oroiwisaU 111 be reeelvot Ht the of
Itceoftlic liuvcrnor, In ftiirliiKftelil, until
lioon of.Viifru-t ,187.1, at wnlcli time they
will be oM'neil, in (lie ini'-ence of the UiiUlers,
for the em-llun anil completion of the
of the Illinois Southern llmplU for thelnsane,
HtAiina, L'nlon counly. IlllnoU.
All bills shall show the estimated cost of the
nuteriitls to l furnlliwl nud nf Uie work to lie
ilone of e:H-lnlv.-criilion in uVtait us In the sp
elllt'.itlim; ami each iiroposnl must beaccr.m
ninleil by n bonil of one thouanil ilollarx, sin
til by ut Iiat thrisj sureties. The successful but
tier bliiill tie reiulreil to -lies bond to thu l'eo
pie of the slale In the sum nf two hundred thou
nnnil dollars for the faithful ierfornuncu of the
contmi-t. The Ixiiinl if -enesthc rlitht toitjitt
any ami ull bids, If itecinnl for the Interest ot tht
Stiiteto 1I0 so.
Plans nml specllli-allons will m on exhibition
nt theolUceol'thc coliimlsiionerH, in Anna, on
oruftcr.Illlvij, l73, where o rupv of llm law
ran Ihj tttvn. rrotio-al mist lie enclosed in
lrJ mrrliijie emlorreil : "l'roioHal4 fur the
erection of tho South Wlnjf," end addressed to
the"Hoanl of riiniinluners for the erection of
the Southern Illinois lunne Asylum, cure (iov
eruor lleverldije, SiirlnRlleld. Illinois."
.Inly , IS7.1. t'ommlssloHirs.
eAd Fropoialf .
SKA l.r.ll iiroph-ats wlU U- ri-celveil ut my of
tlee until lucvlay, duly m, ls7S, lor the
ileliTcrliiK of line, thousand cubic yanlsof Krarel
on tlntifls of Cairo, Illinois, ut Mich place us
the alrnet euninillti'eiiiiy ilvalKiiate, either from
Ihc L'l-avel bank ut Metropolis or the bnnkaloe
I'lidm-ali 'I he city council resen es the riant to
reject anv- and all bid.
, ,W.M. I'llli.NCH A.VLKY, City Clerk
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