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ASCAf.OH I.ODCIK, NO si.
Knights nf rylhlas, nuets every Prl.
ly night hi iiiiii-paal seven, in uuu
fellows' Hall. 0 K. Black,
Aii'v,u'm:t T.oiXJK. NO. imi.
liiiU'iH-lnlent Onlcr of (Md-Kil
I....- oinfV TliliriUlfiV tilislit
lit hfiir-i.iL-t in ini-ir mm on
1 'ititiin'wlitl nfmitm. I.ciwu n Mxlh mill Seventh
Mrfils.' Juii.vll Uommah, N. U.
1AIHO KNIjAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. K., im.M
Lvin Odd-Fellows' Hull on the llintahd tliltil
I in-winy In every month, ul half-past seven
C K ALACK, C I'
n I: Mim l.niHli:. NO 'n.A I'. A A.M.
IlriM rvirular communications hiMa
7VJ noiilc Hall, corner Commercial iiyennc
' and Highlit street, mi the si-conu una
ourtli Monday of inch muntli.
lanti HiiIIh or livery li'i'rlitliiii
lti'1l'iMi-riI.Si:.M:iliit Mini Iter.
Jlim I'm 1 1 Jitrn.
nt 7. i cuts per dozen ; nil the lateit dyle
In Jelly j;la. fialltiir wax In larjre ami
Miiitll quantities at Dan'l llartmaiiV,
comer Sixth Kticet.
I'lI.SF.NEIl at Lout Herbert'.?.
lilt till llf'Ml.
Dr. Sr.lli Arnold's Cough Killer the
great cradlcator lor nil lung illscacs a su
perior remedy to all other medicines yet
discovered, In severe rait". It It euro,
iUlck, and iicrfectly cafe remedy lor
coughs, cold, core throat, whooping cough
jronp, ami all diseases of the lliroit and
lung. Itctall price, 2.'i and fiO cent and $1.
Any bottle tint docs not give relief may he
returned, and the money will he refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold's Dlarrhua Italssm, 2.1 and
W cents, KememUT it Is warranted. Ar
nold'sllilllous Mandrake I'll!, operating
without slckne-s and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Seth Arnold' Medical Corporation,
Woonsockct, It. I. Hold by l'aul ..Schuh,
druggist, Cairo, III. M-l-SJi-Uni.
&o)-h'ITy.lS(.IKIti moit tldiciumhtf
rraye ut Jatcl.el'a.
Genuine C ingrc Spring water hi hot
tie, kept on lee and sold (or 10 cent per
alms, !i0 cents per bottle, and 2 per do.en,
at the following place-; Phil, Saup's Con
fectlonery ! Mctlaulcy's and Sehtlh' Drug
stores and Louis Herberts Restaurant.
The Saratoga Congres Spring Water U
put up and told In bottle only, to Injure It
original strength and medicinal propel ties.
i.ouis ii. rix ri into. imi.si:m:ii.
Arlington Ice Cream Saloon, '1'. 15. Ki
ll, proprietor, nt the Arlington llou-e,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh, U now opn.
The inoUdelieloiK Ice Cream always on
hand. Families Mipplicd with any quan
tity, and at reasonable prici'5. (HS-tf.
reduction in prici ol I'citlier
Hii'terr-, atSclinli's dru.-tore.
T Hen I,
A cotlujic on Thirteenth street, between
Wa-lilnvton avenue and Walnut Mrevt.
C-lU-tf. Apply lo On- -Smith.
Three Urge and very de-irahio family
room, fronting on the Ohio, at the t.
Charles Hotel, can he had, w 1th board, at
very rca'onabh' rate during the Minuner
monthii. Abundance o' pilre air and per
fect veiitllaton MO-tf.
; mil! f!c? Hvr.
Landlord ol hotels and boarding bouc
llllinditto their sdvantogc to call upon
.Mm. Coleman, I.aundrci,, No VI Fourth
utreet, betwevn Wai-hington and Commer
cial avenues. Hotel and boarding-houtc
wa-hlng.Taccnti-pcrdozcu. Foi jdece work
prices arc a follow tSlnslo blrt and eol
lir, 10c; per do.en SCc; tot ki &c; two col
lars ne; two handkerchiefs 6c; vct. UOc;
and nil gentlemen's wear, S)c. per
doen. I.ad!e' dresjes, 2.'i to Me;
hklrti 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to lfc; two
pair hoe Tic; two collar d to lOe. For ladle-'
nlaln clothe? $1 00 per dozen; for la-
,iIp ilnn clothes. 81 23 per dozen; done
dratnptly, and promptly delivered. 1'a
llo lo I.ohIi lli'rlii rl'H lor ril.Si:
I'lifiuici-'rliiin i:er llninia Urfin-o.
Majon's Sclf-SealliiL' Fruit .Inrs at $1 50
per dozen. Kxtni rubbers for Maon
Fruit .lars at Daniel Martiiinu'.-. corner
Sixth Mivct. C-2.-i-tf
The well-known barber t-liop, comer
lltglith and Commercial, presided ov;r by
ilie popular artM. Ucorgo Stcinlioiiie, has
removed one door north on Commercial, in
.he C rami Central Hotel. The new ho. H
argc and commodious and those wishing
lor anything iirtUtle in the way of Dshion
vMo hair cutting, smooth shaves etc., will
Jo well to call ut tliu Grand Central llarbcr
At tlio Hl'i.m:tin bindery IS numbers,
bound in two volumes, full Kilt nior-
roeeo; cot SI I ; for nalu at $10.
EQJ-N Mug stock envelopes at the Mvi.-
i.iniN olllce, ?:i 2.) per M.
tSTTht celebrated Sehlitz MILWAU
KEE JIEEIl at JatcktV.
Wo will take, at tho St. Charles Hotel
during tho summer months SO day boarder..
at 622 per month, andRO boarder with cool
nlcasant rooms on tho upper lloor, at &I!0
per month. At this extremely low rato,
none but promptly paying bowlers will bo
accepted. JKWttTT Wtl.COX VCo.,
tSy-XK Woodstock envelopes nt tlio
Hui.i.m i.N oftlcii. S:i 00 ior M.
II M tNl'ICHH
to attempt to cieano a stream while th
fountain I Impure. Dyspepsia, complaints
of the liver and kldnoy, eruptions of th
skin, seiolula, keadauhes, and all dleaos
arising ironi impure blood, uro ut once re
moved by Dr. Walkcr'a California Vlnc
gav Hitters, the great and infallible puriller
of the blood, nml renovator of tho . ystom.
It has novor boon known to fall, provided
the patient bad not dclayod Using it until
the vitality ol his system was loo far gone,
86TTlio finest article of Salad Oil nt
TliniSIMY, .lULV 22, 1875.
I.ornl Weiilhrr Itrporl.
Caiiio, III., July '21, Is
Timk. Il.oi. ITiik. Wish. Vki.. WrAiitmi
7n.Hi iW.li?' "J S.W.I 7 t.t. Italti.
II " vj.li-. 75 s W I C 'llueat.
a 1 m. ifi.toij 7i' H. I c "I hrcat .
l.iln nil I ,os inciici.
TIIUMAS JONKS, SiTKt.
S. S. .U.S.A.
I'lio Cortmim 1'estlvnl Tuesday even-
tiirnt tlm liougli and Heady building.
County Court for probate hii'incM,
nd'i- llro prcsldliif,', l In ses-Ion.
'1'ho City National Hank, for ten days,
will receivu nil pennies oll'crcd tlicni, at
small dUcount. 7-22-1 vv.
City .Marshal Wllliann is still absent.
lie Is however, expected liomu daily,
when tln-ru will be tpiito a Ktlr in Police
Oir fur ht. I.oiiU.
Ills Honor, Mayor Winter, left ye.-ter-
lay inoriiliion tlio Narrow Gauj;e for a
llyin trip to St. Louis on private busi
ness lie is expected home to-tnorrovv.
We notice In a inuiiibcr of yards in this
it) that the grapes are rotting on the
lues, caused, we presume, by the exces-
ive ralne which have vMtcd thN re-
In.lonesboro, at the residence of l)t:
. O. Holden, ou the 17tli iu.t., nt 11
'clock, by the 1'ev. Mr. lyes, of Anna,
Mr. H. A. Campbell, of Mls-ouri, and
.Mrs M. Celeste Cnlley.
Ntl'nillrr Jim I Nk .Mllll l1.
All p'Trons liaviiiir claims against the
teainerJim Fl-k will please lllc same
willi the ch-rk: of the boat by Saturday
next, .Inly 21. Fow i.r.ti, I,i:i: it Co.,
Lake Kdwards is again high enough
for tin; boys to enjoy them-cives in
riding In crazy dugouts and other water
emit, and although they are continually
getting "ducked," yet the water being
aniMiud not very deep, they rather en-
The weather having been uiipropitious
on TucMlay evening, the Deltas conclud-
tl to postpone the concert set for that
time. It may bu pos-lble that we will
have no more mulc for t.vo week, as
tlio leader of the band U absent from the
c:oiivocation of Cairo
Nil. 71. tvUl m, t.ulil til
onie Hall, lids (Thursday)
evening, .Inly 22, for work It. A. M. de-
,'recs. rroinpt7:30. Hy order ol .lolin
Antrim, K O. Hax.sv,
t'u 11 illy I'onillllsslnll. I-.
The County Cominl'sloners met yes
terday for the ji urpo-e ol reviewing tlie
ses.-tnent lately returned by As-es;or
Cunningham, and al-o lor the purpocof
roiildering a plat or map of out-lot- tiled
by Col. S. Staats Tavlor, under the law.
Wan I ril -Sit initio n.
A man and wile desire a situation to
getlier, either in the city or country
l'iie man i a lirst cla-s hostler, and un
derstandsall kinds of farm work. His
wife understands all kinds of general
louse w ork. They have no family. En"
piire nt tin- Waverly Hoii'e.
liiere are several parties of amateur
llshermen anxiously waiting for tlie river
to fall, so that they can try their luck In
Cache, and alo in the Kentucky lakes
One nartv went to tlio lakes the other
dav, but "barring"' the mosquitoes, they
L'of 'tiarv' a bite, tho water being too
Mu. Knnoit: We desire to return
our sincere lliaiiKS to uie numerous
citizens of Cairo for the kind and gen
erous nsilsiance rendered us during- the
sickness, death and burial of our father,
Jacob l.i hiihig, and to assure them that
their many kindnesses will never be for
gotten. Jacoii Leunimi,
Slurli In tin' .Mini.
Vesterday afternoon, Mr. John lice
bakery wagon was stuck ill the mud, on
Twentieth street, near tlie court house
and when we left, there were some half a
dozen men mid boys up to their kucca In
mud trying to extricate tho wagon from
its perilous position, the horse, after
several eil'orts to pull through, having
broken the liarncs-) and being thereby
placed hors tin combat.
A Norronliii; I'tirt'iit.
Judge Alexander C. Hodges, of Unity
Is mourning the lo?s of his youngest son
Hubert L., aged lour years and ten
months A bright, Intelligent little lad
obedient and allectlonate, ho was the Idol
of his home and tho pet of tho neighbor
hood. The old gentleman, utterly bowe
1,0 " V V, T.;..1;: TJJ :
.1...... ...till ,ttA nniuiminM- tint ci'fil
52 ot his sorrow. The little fellow
.iwwinn.bn 15th Inst., ol a ,on,.,stivo
Nolice is ..oenunu the as.,-
, .r..: , : :
,..ui.,,Hi ... I
nun at my ouicu iiiiiu piiiiuiiiij uliiiii, ;
July 21th. All persons who may feel i
aggrieved at the assessment will have an i
opportunity to present their objections
liefore thu County Hoard, which Is now
In session. Hy order ol the Hoard of
Jacou G. Lynch,
7-22-:it County Clerk.
KCITOR' PePdtlt wo,
Hn. Kci ton ---Permit wo, through
your oolumiiB, to rtitru my licartfolt
thank" to tho tncmliers ol the Arab Flro
Coinpauy, the Cairo Casino, and the citi
zens of Cairo, for tho noble and gener
ous assistance they rendered mclu the bu
rial ol my lato husband, Henry Dlnkel,
and letJnc nssure them that I shall ever
remember them with a grateful heart.
Mns. Kmzaiiktii Dinkkl,
llntiinirr I'roni the IIIkIi Wnlor.
We took a look at the submerged corn
Ileitis outside or the leyec yesterday.
They prc-cHt a sorrowful spectacle.
Hundreds of acres were under fence and
cultivation, and the corn was tall and
promising. Now, only n few ridges re
main, and on them the water Is from one
to two feet deep. All the rest of the
com, together with the fences enclosing
It, has been hwept nwny, and a broad ex
panse of muddy water covers the Held
six to eight feet deep. The farmers were
trying yesterday to save some of their
rails witli skills, but were making little
Mn. Kditoii: I desire to call the at
tention of the city autliorlles through
your columns, to an evil which should be
remedied, f reler to the weeds In nn4
around the up-tovvn music stand square.
They are very thick and high, and cannot
be otherwise than unhealthy tothoeho
are present at the concerts. A great
many of the citizens labored hard to In
augurate tlie concerts and I think their
duties ended when they procured tlie
stand, gas fixtures, &c. It would bo
but very little trouble and take but very
little time for the chain-gang, under the
City Jailor, to cut them down, and I think
that It should be done at once.
Vesterday morning, a colored gentle
man was negotiating for the purchase of
a watermelon from one of our dealers,
who lately received a shipment from the
South. It being early In the season, as
the darkey said, "wateruillllons Is wa
termillions, I tell you," and the price
asked for the one which tlie darkey cov
eted wa- lltty rent's. He had just con
cluded to purcha-e when some one men
tioned tint Harnum's circus was coining.
Tlie darkey hesitated ; he scratched his
head awhile, and then said: "Well,
bo, I giics I don't want dat million,
"case 1 hain't got but dat one 50 cents,
and I'sc L'wine to save It for dat circus,
shuah I" I'eraon who know not how
dearly a darkey love watermelons, can
not understand the sacrillcc that ho made.
There was scarcely anything transpir
ing In police circles yesterday, Judge
Hross being busy at the Court House tlie
greater portion of tlie day; and aside
from a number of civil suits, Esquire
Hlrd had nothing before him. The
morals of the city are improving to such
mi extent that It is nlmost impossible to
pick upon any Items.
Since writing tlio above vve learn that
on yesterday morning a Mrs. Summers
swore out a warrrnt against Mrs. Cutha
rino Fisher, charging her with an assault
to commit murder. Tlie cac was post
poned until .Monday morning, when It
will be tried before Judge Itros.
Ve.-terday altcrnoon a jury was sum
moned before county Judge ltros to de
termine whether or not E. C. Hoppc
was inline, ills actions, as stated by tlio
witnesses examined, have been for some
time past very .singular and irrational.
l'he Jury, alter a due examination, re
turned a verdict that he was insane, and
in a dav or two he will be sent to tlie In
sane Asylum tit Anna. Mr. Hoppc 1 an
old citizen of Cairo, having been until
recently In the employ of Mr. Charle:
Gallagher in the capacity of miller. Jle
a man of family, nnd has quite a nice
home on tlie corner of Centre and Wal
At the conclusion of tlio above trial,
md by tlie same jury, thcqiiostion ol the
anlty or insanity of tlie wife of Mr.
lloppe was aUo tried, but It being late
we failed to get the result.of tlie trial, but
from part of tlie evldcnee.which we heard,
we judge that the same verdict was ren
tiered as In the above.
We think the suggestion of our cor
respondent "Gumbo"' is a very good
one, tor -we know by experience that tlie
weeds around the music stand square are
neither pleasant to the eye, nor fragrant
to the oliactorbs, and we doubt not, they
are unhealthy. We thcrclore say
"Down with them."
The propriety of calling a meeting of
tlie City Council to appoint a Mayor pro
tem, to act during tlie absence of Mayor
Winter, was suggested yesterday, but a
I lis I lonnr will be absent but a short time,
it was hardly thought necessary. With
tho chlet executive, city marshal and city
treasurer all absent, we would suggest
that the remaining city oillcluls take
short vacation anil see If the city cannot
run herself Into the ground.
The Heal l.state marker, we tire
nleased to say, has been quite active for
the past week. Heslde two or threo sale
of lands In the county, wo have to re
port a sale made by Lynch and llowiey
for account ot the City National Hank, of
Lots 1 &2, Hlock-17, lstadditlon, belli
on the comer ot 20 th and Poplar streets
Tho consideration was live hundred tlol
lars-a very fair price. We understand
. the purchaser proposes soon tocom
" bieuco the erection of a substantial bus!
ness house thereon. We also report tho
, sale ol lot I, Hlock2l, city, with Improve
. consideration being $3,000, cash, which
umler, ,l0 1)rC;ieut stagnation In tho lien
Estato business, Is, vve should say n re
markably gootl price.
Last Thursday evening, on Eighth
street, between lliuler's store mid circus
grounds, n lady's small amethyst breast
pin. The Under will bo rewardctl
leaving at nui.MSTiN olllce. 7-HMf.
Col. Oi BtaaU Tavlor left yettordfty
morning pn tho narrow gaugo for Ht,
J.ouh, wliero ho will remain until tlolnt
of the w eek.
Jas, llalstou and Jos. A. Clroimuer,
of Memphis, United States steamboat In
spectors for this District, are In the city
on business connected with their ofllccs.
They are stopping at the Planters'
Prof. Ed. Wlttlg, leadar of the Delta
City Cornet Hand, left per steamer City
of Chester, Tuesday night, for the South
on business. He will be gone about two
Wcek, during which time we will be de
prived of the excellent music discoursed
by the band, as the boys will hardly rhk
playing without their leader.
-Grand Central : F. W.
editor Stntinel, Ccntralla, 111.;
llutler, New Orleans; J. C. llaker and
Charles Leach, Pikes Peak ; C. W. L.
Marsh, Galesburg, 111.; John Smith,
Grayvlllc, 111.; W. . lJuck, St. Louis;
Jesse Hlrd, Charleston, Mo. ; Mrs. Good
low, Mound City.
-I'lanters'i-G. W. Chetty, Marlon,
III; W. W. Nabb, Wheeling, Wt Va.;
Clias. Doonlnger, Haltimorc; Geo.
Swlgart. llelleville; Gustav Sterling, St.
Louis; A. S. True, Jaekon, Tenn.;
Christian Mathos, Cincinnati; S. 1).
Mitchell, New Port, Ark.; It. Hafell,
Water Valley, Miss.; Jas. llalstou and
Jno. A. Gronauer, steamboat Inspectors,
St. Charles: Irvin Dugati, Str.
Eckert; W. N. Ilryant, St. Louis; I". E.
Lewis, New Vork ; Jay Tuttle, L. W.
Luttlc and John Hunt, Mississippi ; P.
J. Murray, Memphis ; Oulic Niclielson,
Evansville; OttoMucck, New Orleans;
Geo. Zlmmcr,Tvxarkana;ll. W. Hrown,
lllchmond, Va.; Y. M. .tick, St. Louis ;
Jno. Itceder. Cincinnati ; A. M. Plnuey,
Chicago ;S. V. Ilall.T. Hall and F. Hall,
Dclmonico: F.M. Kcrby, Pulaski,
III ; L. 1. Hutchinson, West Prairie, Mo:
Jno. Sproat, City; H. P. Mering, N. O.
St. L. & C. I'.. I!; F. P. O'Hryan, Liver
pool, Eng; W. Spooner, Centralia; G. W,
Sewtil, llardwell, Ky; James Thomas,
Paducah; J. A. Kusscil ami L. J. How
ard, Louisville; Geo. Merryman, Lexing
ton, Ky; II. W. Hohlnson, C. & V. It. II:
J. W. Hiirton, ( V. It. 1!; Jno. Am
bler, So. Ex. Co; 0. Stack, N. 0. St. L.
& C. It. I!; W. P. Harrison, Hollvar,
Miss; W. F. Shuckcrs, Vienna, III; F. M.
llaker, St. LouN.
The young ladies of the church of the
Ittdeemer will give, on Tuesday evening
next, July 27th, a "Costume Festival," at
the Hough and lle.idy building. Among
otbercoitumes, will b3 (5eor,e and Martha
Washington (In elc.-ant dress), with tbelr
attendants, who will rcgato their guests
witli Jco Tea. Ice Cream, Lemonade and
all the delicadei of the season. Come
one, come all. 7-22-td
Steamer Jim Flsk. Paducah.
Capitol City, St. LouU.
" Belle Memphis, Memphis.
" Clias. Morgan, Cincinnati.
'ow-boat Haven, Pomcroy.
" Petrel, St. Louts.
" Gen. Anderson, St. Louis,
Steamer Jim Flsk. Paducah.
" Capitol City, Vleksburg.
" Belle of Memphis, St. Louis
" Clias. Morgan, New Orleans.
Tow-boat Haven, St. LouU.
" Petrel, Ohio Hivcr.
T.W. Means, St. Louis.
" Gen. Anderson, luhuah.
Jim FNk, Failucnh; Cons Millar,
Ste. Genevieve, Msmarck, from tlie
South ; .las. Ilownnl, Grand Lake ami
barges, .fno. Ilhotles, St. I.ouis.
1IOATS TO I.KAVK.
The Cons. Millar, Capt. I'eppcr, is
due to-tlay from Memphis lor Cincinnati,
ind w ill be on haml unless unavoltlahly
On Sattinlay next, about noon, the
.1. D. Farker, Capt. Hob Wi?e, will be
here on her way to Memphis, and will
expect a liberal share of patronage. She
Is quite a favorite alonjr the river.
Tlie Grand Lake Xo. 2 and barges
are at the wharf receiving for Xew Or
leans, to leave this evening. Tlie Grand
Lake made her last round trip from Cairo
to Xew Orleans and return In less than
10 days, and will be npt to repeat this
time on her present trip. Col. .1. S. ltear-
ilcn is her agent.
r.lVKIt AND WHAHIKlt.
Tho river last evening was -10 feet
11 2-5 Inches ou the gauge, havlnir risen
o 2-5 Inches during the previous twenty-
lour hours. Ueports from above show
the rivers all falling exeept at I'lttsburg,
where a slight rise has loinmeiiceil. Fif
teen million bushels of coal are ready to
The weather continues cloudy and
showery and business dull. Drill was
lloatlng out of both rivers yesterday.
The Charles Morgan had a big trip
of freight ami people tor tlie south.
Pilot Wash Tenley Is going Into the
grocery business m covlngton, Ken
Tlio picture Illustrating a "Colorado
Wedding." Is tho attraction hi tlie olllce
ot one of tho wharf-boats Just now.
The .las. I. Farker Is becoming a
favorite excursion boat at Memphis. It
Is said a party of W) couples are waiting
to mako a midnight excursion ou her
when she returns to .Memphis.
The Commercial says: "Knglueer
Thomas Cook has retired from the .las.
1). Parker to engineer the United States
light-houfl steamer. Tlio chief engineer
ot the C. H. Church takes charge of the
The City ot Portsmouth hail a "fat
hand" to draw to on tho down trip on
Monday Capt. II. W. IMigan, dipt. Sam
Morgan and Lew Morris. Cunt. Dugim
bruise jpindlng tva wik In CUr
mont county. U I nttnoml he will re
turn In a few week to mako specthe at
tho Grange picnics. Mcreyl
A telegram to the Cincinnati Com
nierclal from St. Louis enys : "The Jno.
L. lthodcs left Cincinnati Tuesday even
lug with 575 tons and arrUed here Sat
urday evening, making the run In four
days and three hours. She made twelve
business landings, and layed at Louis
Vllle and Evansville thirteen hours."
This Is excellent time. Alex. Frazerand
Joseph Williams arc her idiots.
Duke Nicholson, of Evansville, was
In the city yesterday on business con
nected with the Evansville packets and
the Southeastern and C. it V. railroads.
He Is looking well, but w hen we met
him ho wn grumbling terribly about the
crop prospects and the price of calico In
Evansville. Ou Ids trip he has picked
up several curiosities, one of w hich Illus
trates vividly the true inwardness of the
late granger movement. At least, that
Is the way Duke explains It.
W'All DEl'Alinil-IT, ItlVXM ItKIIIIIT. (
STATIONS. LOW WATCH. -amis,
rr. ik. -r. ix.
Cnlr 40 It x r.
I'iltilmrf 4 s X .1
Cincinnati.... 2.1 1 x n
IxiuUvllle II ol
.Nu.Mille :.t 7 i In
at. i.uui ':j - 2
Ml-l--l'pl Valley Trnipnilatloii ompauy's
Grand Lake No. 2 and Barges.
S. A. Tom Mnitcr.
Is now at our wlarf nml will cli-ar for New
Orleans thUeventnir For fitl(flit rontrart np
ply to .1. HKAItDKN, AKint, No. Ohio
Lvvii: (up tl.ilr.)
The Prompt aiiU!ellalili' l'ackct,
JAS. D. PARKER.
. W. Wise
. M. Kcliot
. .Vlasti r.
Will leave Cairo Satunlnv noon for .Mcimihl
ami all wuy points. Kor frcii;lit or ikhnisi' ap-
uy on iioani or to iiuuiuay ,v I'liiuips' wnnri-
Tin' I.lcgatit raenprer Sj tinnier
James It. Pepiivr Master.
I.. II. Itcl.-ter Clerk.
Will leave Cairo THUItSDAY .MOUXI.NCJ,
.July !Wd, lor the above and all way points.
Kor freight or passage apply on boiinl or to
Halllday AI'lillUps' wliart-lxiata
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawnectown, Evans-
villo, Louiavillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled ld-wlievl steamer
II. G. Kowxeh Master.
r i. u. imomas Clerk.
V III lease V.vansvllllc for Cairo every MONDA Y
ivu'l IIIUU9UAI Ul I O'CIOCK II. III.
Ufives Cairo every '1 UUSltA V und F
u o cioci. p. in.
The ilcgant sldt-wlittl stranitT
Iluy UnwAiin Master.
Waltxii It. l'ES'.vixinos ClcrL,
WiniKiveKvansvlllu for Cairo every TUKS-
DAYaiidFltHJAVat 4 o'clock p. in.
Will leave Cairo every VVKU.N'KSUAViind SAT-
UltDAY atti o'clock p. m.
The elegant aide-wheel steumer
Leuvca Kvansvllle f.ir Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and SATUItADY at S p. m
Leaves Cairo every TIlUKsDAY and MJ.NDAY
at Up, in.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with llrst-chus steamers for ht. Louis, .Mem
phis and New Orleans, auit at Evansville with
theE..cC. K. It. lor all points North and Kuat.
and with tun Louisville .Mull Steamers for all
imliits on the Upper Ohio, Rlvlug throiiKhic
cclpts on freights and pasocngcra to all wints
t or nnintr iniormauon appiy 10
Hull. SII.Vl.lt, Viu
I. HAI.I.IDAYllltOS.. I .
.1. M. 1'HILl.ll'S, !.'"
Or to (i .1. UUAMMEIt.
Superintendent mid General Krcialit ARent,
jn-j-'jj-iy. j'.vanswtic imuana.
Correctist Dally by E. M. Stearna, commission
merciiant, secretary oi mu (.airo iioiuu oi
Klour, ucconling to grade $1 0037 00
Com, mixed, sacked "ifj-Ho
Com, white, sacked..
limn, per ton
Mud, steam dried
Ilutter, rhoici! Northern
Itutter, choice .Southern Ul.
Eggs, per dozen
Chickens, per dozen
Turkeys, per dozen
lNitiitoes, inr barrel
Cherries per crate
Strawhcri Its per crate ,
fit 3 M
THlrty-Third Annual Session
Begins sept. zutn.
For Circulars Aildress
Dr. DoLaaklo Miller, Vila wnuuali Ave.
DY virtue of an execution to mu directed by
XJ thu clerk ol thu circuit court ut rnioi
county, In the Suite of Illinois, In favor of W 11
ii..,,. vIhI.iI mill ii'jiitnt William M
iir.,u-n. Ininleiwtwl with LnrL.cn llolell.
I have levied ujion the following do
iirlii.Hl iiroiici'tv. Ill the nullity ol' Alexander
and Stale ot Illinois, to-vvitl Tlie southwest
uuarterof the northwest nuartcrof sii'tlon six
(o) , In township sixteen (Uil south, ami In range
mu. (II wrat of the lliliil lirlnctnal meridian, in
the county nf Alexander and Statu of Illinois, as
:. . .. .1... .. .1... ant.t it. in..... i
IIIU IUJV IJ mi iiiv run, iintim iu. uiunii
whlrli 1 Hhull offer at tmbllo 6ule at the south
west door of the court lioiir-e In the city of Cairo
In the county of Alrxaudcr and State of Illinois
un tho lilth day of August, A, I). Ih7,'. at th
hour of U o'clock a, in,, for cash, to satisfy said
HhcrllTor Alexander County, Illinois.
Calio, Illinois, JulyZmd, isii. did.
in I i a ii
Try tho Cliutor Flno Cut wholoa'.o and
retail nt Cowperthwnlt .t Phillips', 120 com.
menial avenue, 7-20-lw
A l ino Rrl!enre for Nnle or Rent.
Corner Holbrook avenue and Twenty
fourth street. Large yard and garden (8
lots); plenty of fruit and shrubbery; good
stable and carrlago home. Will sell on
very cay terms. The home contains ten
ro(,m. '. It. PlMLLir.S
7-2 1-1 m
GREAT BARGAINS 1
GREAT BARGAIMS t
As 1 am harrasacd to death from state
ments from New York, 1 am compelled to
sell my entire stock of Clothing at an Im
mense sacrifice. Ikk Wii-DKit,
7-10-tf. Corner Sixth and Ohio Levco.
The t'liloii flrnpvolriit Annorintlon.
Thei'nlon Benevolent AMociatlon wishes
to Inform the public that it was organized
September lltb, ls74, nnd beg9 pardon for
co.Hing out at stirh a lato date ; but ow
ing to the hard times wo have been de
layed. Wc are now happy to nnnounco,
that wo havo been successful so far, and
ready at any time for the acceptance of
members or petitions for the -same. Time
of meeting, Friday before the second Sat
urday In each month. Hall on Filth street,
between Commercial and Washington av-
11. Tutini.x, President,
P. Adams, Vice-President.
L. W. Hakf.h, Scorctary.
Oh ! Wlipri'
did you get that Havana Clgar.v
pcrthwalt & Phillips' New Ch.
next to Tabcr Bros.
tQpXX Amber and Whltu rag stock
envelopes at the Bri.urriN olllce, printed,
SH 00 and $1 00 per M.
"Our Sntnoii" I.lliieli
Hereafter a No. 1 lunch will be spread
every morning, at "Our Saloon,'' on Klghth
street, opposite the Grand Central Hotel.
The very best of all kinds ol edibles to bo
found in tho market will be served tip
in tho most pal.ttublo m inner, with cool
Milwaukee beer always on band to "wash
down'' the same. Fred Ilolliclnz, the pro
prietor ot this popular reort, knows how
to make every one feel at home, and ho
extends a cordial Invitation to all bis
frlens to come around at 10. o'clock every
morning and get a good, "equarc meal.''
ttaFOo (o Jaccktl's and try his EltLAX
QfCJl, n delightful bcrcragc.
ThU pleasant Summer ltesort is now open
for vliltora. 'I he Springs are the Hnet
Chalybeate water, and rc situated in a
beautiful beech grove, near a romantic
stream with high rocky banks. The Springs
are half-way between Vienna mid Ool
conda. and cati be reached by hack from
cither ot those places. It. W. Bivtxs,
.Tune 22, 1677s. 0-21-2W.
At lllC I.OWOHt I'rlCI'N.
Collins, Caskets anil Metallic Cases, In
Wilcox's block, at the low est prices.
lII.St:.Nr.U nt I.iiuIm Hrrbcrfn.
Oh ! Nny t
Ain't tboso Flora del Fuma Cigars nice
at Cowperlliwait .t I'hillips'?
Ili'ilui'i-il IIiiIom to llol Njirliiir.
The St. l.euis, Iron 3fotintaIn .t South
ern It. It. Co., will sell round trip tick
ets between Cairo nn.l .Malvern, good for
slvty days, for tweuty-llvo dollars, to par
tics of three or more. Stage fare from
Malvern to the Springs, three dollars each
Way. J. C. ZiMMKit, Agent.
SxB'DcUciou) CULMHACllKU m .i.,u.
l or Null-.
A silver plated No. t Wilson Shuttle Sew-
ing Machine, hard (piano) tlnlsh, valued at
$33. Will be sold at if 20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory.
A No. 0 Wllsan Shuttle Sowing .Machine
valued at $76. Will be sold at V dlicouut
and ordered direct frr.m the factory.
A i'M Kemlngton Sewing .Machlnc-$30
ou for ea-li. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and ou good terms, a Howe
Sowing Machine May bo seen at the Com
pany's olllce, corner Ninth street and Com
mercial. FOlt SAI.K.
' Picturesque America" IS numbcro
bound in 2 volume, full gilt Morocco ;
price, S 10.
A btylo "K," "dough, Warren & Co.'s"
Parlor Organ, right from the factory at De
troit. 1.1st prlee, $300. Will be fold for
A now two-horsu Gambia wagon.
For any of tho above urtlclcs, apply at
the IIui.i.ktin olllce. ''. A. Hmt.vKrr.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tho ef
fecta of errors and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar-
I ago removed. New method ol treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks
and circulars sent treo, in scaled envelopes.
Address, HOWA11D ASSOCIATION, 411)
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an insti
tution having a high roputatlon for honor-
ul.lo conduct und professional skill.
5-ll-d & w-;im.
Wiircliotitiv liilli'il lliiil,Hiiuiulih Co,
milK house M 10 by 45 feet, two storliil. anil
.L located ou the most dealrable point of thu
mui'incs in mu wuiro ,v i. i.ouisrnuroaii. ami
well locatisi lur easily lianuiluK grain ami Hour,
This Is the bejt linliitt'or wheat on the lino ot
this roii'I. Over liny thousand utuhels or wlieat
wereshlpmil laoiu this station to M. Louis am
Cairo last season. Uootl reasons tor selling,
For teruiauil nartlculni-A cmiuh-ti of
..... I .x. ......
Or A. 9. Zeire. Itt llud, Illinois.
i ji. j.ij.- r.u.v.. ,
P urmiosats will lie received at mi' of-
lice until Tuesilav. July lh. ls7J, loruie
delivering of one thoutand cubic j iinlsuierayel
on the sUt-ts or Cairo, lillnol., ut uch nlaces as
the stiisit coinndtteoniay di'slKiuite. either rrom
the gravel bank at Metropolis or the batik above
raducah. 'I he city council ivserves thu right to
reject any and all olds.
WM. fltENCH AM.E , City Cleik
R. Si MYTH & CX
WholenaU ni nUU Mi(ra j,
iForeign a &4 'Domeitio
WINES OF AM. KIND,
No. 60 Ohio Lev'ee,
MESSRS, SMYTH It CO. have comtani'ly
" law stock or the best gooils in the mar-
,Sl'.h iWfc'?''?1-11 Mention to I lie Tb)aal
ranch of the business.
IOE! i0E!! ioE!!!
Wholesal ami lictall Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakoo, 111.
CAIRO OFFICE t
AtHuUn St WlUon's, Corner Twelfth at
and Ohio Loveo.
will run nn Ire
wncon IhrntiRhntit the
purr liU ice in nny
irt or the city at the loivcst market price, and
wilt aNo mnifsli my IricniU ontilde the city with
iy the cnVcor car load, packtit In sawdust
ulumcnt to any dULtnce.
Ooruor 3 is la. tlx IStx-oet,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATllU.iTV watch lept nWt and day for
tnilns and stcambouU.
The lien of nrrommodatlona
irm'Bts at Two 1 lollum ver iluy .
in Fresh Meats
Between Washington vad Commercial
Avenaei, adjolninu Hanny's.
KKKl'S for sale the best lleef, I'erk, Mutton
Veal, I.nnb, Sausage, Ac. and is pre
pared to serve ruiullles In an ucceutable manner
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry nnd nousobold Uso,
M.V.NCKACl titi:i) at Tim
Anetican Wnmrn Vorb. H.?a:k, t J.
Our Wiu-b blue Is the best In the world. It
Iocs not streak, contalus nnthtm; Injurious to
health or tahric, ami Ii nocd liy all the larxe
I ,,.iilrti.A mi iii'.'nllti I nl ilM il.,4llt .ffwtnliil
t-iv'v4. sujivrlor for wlillewashlnff. I'ut
nil hi imcKUKM cimaenlent lor lamily use. I'rice
10 cents each
For sale by grocers everywhere. Alwaysnsk
for tho American VV'a.-U lilac, If you want tho
cheapot and best.
AMERICAN ULTRAMARINE WORKS
Oftlcc, 7i William Strett, New Vork.
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