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a3( ai.on r.ODCu:, no. m
KhIkIiIs of I'yihlai, muti viry Kt I
iv nliht M lialf-pasl seven, III iM-
'flows" Hull .1 ' -';.
AI.UXANIM-'It I.OWIr", NO 221.
' i.i. m tinier of Oilil-t VI-
I . 1 ... .. rl l.ura.lnr nltllt
'mwt&' t bull put seven, III tli.lr hull iiii
i ..,11.111' K-ini inniiw, f.'V" 'j.'
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r- MltO hJtCAMI'MKST, I O O, F.. iiiijIb
I Vii,i.l.i-..ilnw' Hall cm the llrtt aud third
iTu-d,,) In . ury moi.tli, nl !uiir-iji't
Tl'KSHAY, .IIMiV 27, 1870.
r. ( AlllO I.OIMIIJ. .NO 'J37,A.K. A A. M.
i- Mold regular ruinmiiiiltatloiis in Ma
X!K sonic 11.111, eorucr Commercial nvmin
Xiind KlKtitli street, on Hi" frond und
alii Monday f inch month
7 n in.
I.ncnl Weather Itpport.
Caiiio, Ii.i. , .Inly if.
II tn. 'I'nc.
.10. Is.' .
Wl.Hl, I Vl.l. I WKATIItR
THOMAS JO.NI.M, S. TKt.S. S.,tf. H. A.
Hum lliill ofr.vory lrM-rlillmi
The board of county
are "till ill work.
.'ii.si;m:hui i.nul Her-
(lliism IVnll Juri.
nt 7r, cent per doon ; nil Hip latest styles
hi leilv j.'Iiik'. Scalim: wax In law
mull ipinntltlcs, nt Diiu'l llartniau
corner .Sixth street.
IMI.KKNKK at l.ouls Herbert'".
.Mr. K. A.ltitni' lt ami wilt- have. ic-
ii.Tiilm Irotii Charleston, Mi.,
uml .settled lovvn, we. hope, 1 UvuiiKootl told hlui nonic three week ii;
ami happy Hl'
The Calio la-! ball club will vi-it Pa-
tluculi lor tlic purpose oi pmyinjr. u re
turn 'Mtnc of ball with tin; lillcwlhls ol
Hint i.'ily, some tlino next week.
lift I he lit". I.
)r. Jiclh Arnold's CoiikIi ICHIor tin:
rndlcator lor nil limit llcascs a 6U-
lit-rlor remedy to all other medicines yet I voiir-elve-.
discovered, In severe case. ih -
ipilsfc, and perfectly sam tcmcdy lor
coughi, cold4, soru throit, vlionjilnKrouh
;roili.,amlaUdleaw;s of thr throat uml
Iimgc. 1Cotn.11 jirlco, 2." and M ccntnuml?!.
Any bottle tint doei nut k'c t"1'!'8' 'nl' ,JU
returned, amltlio money will he refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnolds Di.irrhaa ll.il-sni -Jjand
ccnt. 11 ember It I- warranted. Ar-
iioklVUIl.ioui .Mandraku Till', operating
without Mtkiien and Pln. Compoucdcd
by Dr. .-eth Arnold')- Medical torponithn,
Woon-ocket. It. I. old l.y rauHi.H. huh,
druggist, Cairo, 111. .V)-l-'J.'-,lni.
Chanry Sclioi'iiiui'yi'r lias till biamlol
beer, fiv'h nml i-'ool, ami to IIiomj who art
In iloubt as to which H tins bc-t Schllt.
Ilc-t or I'IIcciiit wo would iy, o
nrotiml ami try Chark-yV ami jmlv"' for
jrriil lli'ilin tloM.
I'ir-U-las' room ami board at the Ar
llnlou llou-f, at 2."i5 vr month.
Tin)-. II. Ki.i.h, 1'roprk'tor.
.Mr.O.ti. Ik-cw, iiif,'lnwi- of tl H. S.
Taylor," on thi; Cairo ,t St. I.oulr rail
road, proud of:i very m-at and .ub
tnntlal set ol :u-lilon for hi- fiijrlm',
lately pn'x-iitiHl to him by Col. Taylor,
oftli'ls i lty.
Snrlmr waler in hot-
tl. -, kept on lee aud .vjld lor 10 cent- per
j;lan, '-''J cents per bottle, and il per dotn,
ut tho following placos : l'hll. Snip' Con
Ici tlonery : Mc(iaulcy' uml .Schuh'n Diui;
tores and 1- "l Herherl' Itestaiirant.
The aratoi: Convrest Spring Water U
put up and old in hott!e only, to Insure It
original ircni;tu and meditinal pro ('itie.
I.iiiiIh IIi tIhtI Iiiih Ill.Si:M'.lt.
A riiir UroliliMiri. Tor Snlf ,,r ItfiH.
Corner Holhrook avenue and Twenty
fourth i-trutt. l.-irifu yard and garden '-"S
lotci; plenty of fruit anil hn.hljiry ; '.'ood
stuhlc.ind canl!,"c houe. MU 11 on
very e.uy tcmn. The hou-a contain ten
roolin. ' !. I'lllI.LlI'.-.
toying reduction hi price- ol lVath'T
l)U'te, at fichuhN dm;; .-ton-.
A rottago on Thirteenth tr.ct, lx'twi-u
Vahlnxton avenue and Walnut i-lreet.
r.13.11. Atiolvto Dit. .Smith.
Three lsn;c and very dciraMe family
room', liontlm; on tho Ohio, at tho st.
(Jlnrles Hotel, tan ho hvl, with ho ird, at
very reasonable rate diirlns the Summer
n,.t,. Ahuudaneeo' nine air and pcr-
, t'cHllsiil l.i-Mk'lil.
A fusllvnl, to be 'Iven by the -cholar.s
ol tint KpNeopal Sunday School, will take
placeatthfllouhaml Ikitdy building
thl-eveiiinj:. TIiom; who vklt the all'alr
will 1ms I'uriii-hed with nil the luxuries of
the icaon, at Ihc lowi-t price-. A very
plefl-aiit time is anticipated.
A. .laekel, of the Thallan Saloon, has
jiifit received ii fresh (.upply of Culut-
baeher. Krlnner and Kltzcner beers
put up in bottle-, and for -ale at 'J."i eenu
... .... i
Iter liottie. i nee nramis are nit; mie-i
inanufaclured in (ierinaiiy,aud.irorow
lu' in favor with tho-u In Cairo who can
appreciate a :ood beverage.
Tin" rlrsl w I'luur.
'J'o Me.-si. C'uuninsliain & Stllwell Is
due the credit ol having receiwd tlic llrst
fchtpmcuiof new llourto thN market this
year. It wut hhlpped by .Mi-r. .John
son tt Sinip-on. of C-iledoniu, over the
C. iV V. road, and was received yester
day, In i;ood condition.
On mil! HVi- Ier.
Landlord ol hotels and boarding uou-e
will tindlt to their advantage to call upon
Mm. Colemm, Laumlrc-, No 12 Fourth
itroct, betweuu Wm-hlnjtton aud Couuuer
elal avenut!-. Hotel and ho.irdiiik'-hou-e
whliiK.75ccntsierdozen. To) piecework
urlcc are a lollow: ShiKle t-lilrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen hOc; ocKs s", to col
lars re; two handkerchiefs rc; cM- 20c;
and all gentlemen'!' wear, fOc. per
dozen. Ladle' drones 2-". to fiOc;
klrt 10 to 20c; drawor 10 to Ke; two
pair hoe Be; two collars U to 10c. For la
dies" plain elothcH ?t 00 ptr do7cn; lor la
illen tine clothen, $1 2: per dozen; dono
draiuptly, and promptlr delUcreJ. 1'a
ii to I.oiiU Horberf", for ril.HI
m: it .
II S I'SI'IC'HH
to attempt to cleanc a Mream while tilt
fountain I- Impure, py-pcp-la, complaint",
of tho liver and kidneys eruptions of tho
kln, serolula. headaches and all lle.ies
arl-IiiKlrom Impure blood, are nt once re
moved by I'r. Walker". Cnllfotn'.a Vine
gar Hitters the great and infallible puiitier
of tho blood, and renovator of the t.yteni.
It has nover been known to fall, piolded
tho patient had not delayed uMiij," It until
the vitality ol his system wa loo far i;one.
4'liciiif r Thim r.sei- liiiowii lied. re.
.Mason's Self-Sealing l'niit .larsat $1 .VI
per dozen. lixtra i libbers for Ma-on'.s
Fruit .Inr, at Daniel Hnrtimui's, corner
Sixth MrceL W."-tl
.Vol lee ol' ItenioMil.
The well-known havher chop, corner
KiKhth and Commercial, iiie-hlcd owr by
the popular nrtl-t, (leorgo Stelnhoiiso, ha
rcinoicd onu door north on Commercial, in
.ho (5 rami Centra! Hotel. Tho new shop Is
niL'n and eommodlou. and those wl-hilitf
for anvthlm: nrttMlc in thu way of f.ihton
tbln hair eiittlll!!. smooth i-haves etc., will
Jo well to call at the (Hand Central ll.uher
I'lelmcs(iie Aiiiei len,
At the Hi'i.i.iirix bluderyIS iiuiiiIilt.-,
bound In two volumes, full ftllt inor
rocco; cost ?l I ; for kiIu at $10.
jj3f-X Uag stock cnveloiies id Ihe Hi'i.-
j.KHX olllce, $11 2.'. perM.
Itfjync ITlebnitld SMilf . VII, ll'.l I
KKli Mil: II nl JeeckeVs.
We will take, nt the St. Charles Hotel
during tho summer month-, M day hoanlei
at $22 per mouth, amUO hoarders with cool
l.leasiut rooms on tho upper lloor, at fno
per month, At this extremely Pw rate
none hut promptly paying hoarders will ho
accepted. jkwktt Wilcox k Co.,
5rXX. Woodstock utivelopcs at tlio
Hm.t.V.TiN olllco, $3 00 per M.
Hag I'ickers are lx.coiiiing numerous
lu till- city. Wlille strolling through the
various street- yesterday, we counted no
k than K'vcn of the-f merchants."
When "interviewed" a; to the amount
they could earn in a day, they each re
plied that It was a 'bully paying buslne--,
If yon only knew how to run it-" What
they .meant by "run" the bu-lne-s we
an- unable to uiider-tatul.
I'or SI. Louis.
Mr.-. Field- and Ml-s May Harmon,
of till- city, left Cairo ye-terday on boanl
the steamer Vieksburg for St. l.ouls.
Ml-s F.inina Itiley took the .steamer
VIck'burg ye.-terday morning for St.
Louis where -he will spend a few weck
in l-lting frlemU, and then go to Alex
andria, Missouri, where .-he will remain
for 'Otne time. MUs Hlley expeeN to
be nb-eut from Cairo about three months
The same two women ol whom we
spoke last week, as having engaged In a
little law suit, were again up befote
.ludge llross ye-leulay morning, one
JMroh Mnimt., i Itidlrontl t.ntneir,
.siMtonu uy Jnn iinii'iiiini
Another lnrly nnl In Herloilsl.V
Wniimli'il-TlM- woiini.b- niiniernr
fuhPi Jooil Ills !.
Last Saturday nlglit, betwi en nine and
ten o'clock, John Sutlar, engineer of No.
Kl, on the Cairo and St. Louis narrow
Kntige rnllroad, was hot nml It Is sup
posed fatally wounded by a young man
named John Hulchlnsou, near the turn
tnblcoftlie narrow gaiiifo road In tliU
The particulars of the bloody tiagedy,
arc, as we gleaned them from parlies
most conversant with llm facts In the
ease, as followx :
For some time past, a Miter of Hutch-'
Inson has been receiving llm attention ol
another employe of the narrow gauge
company, lor whom her brother has u
great dIMIke. Young Hutchinson was
iiot at nil backward In making known to
the t.arty his 111 will toward him, nml
'o, we nre
Informed, that he would kill him if he
oversaw him In Id siter's company
It seems that Nellie. Hutchinson's Ms
tcrjia" been in thu habit of going to the
neighborhood of the turn-table, where
the deed was committed, to meet, her
friend, wlio-e name Is Miller, nml chat
with hhu, and on Saturday night, as Mie
had done before, Mm went to the try-tlng
place, nml It .so happened Suttar was
there engaged lu working on his engine.
He had completed his task nml sat down
on the railing to re-t, just as the girl
came up. and she, thinking It wa Mil
ler, sat down be-ide hhu and began talking.
They had not been together but a lew
moment', when her brother made his -pcarance,
and ald: "Is thac you, Nel
lie:'" The girl aii'wered, "yes.' and
John, thinking if, hi- M-ter had, that it
was Miller who was sitting be-lde her,
began ii-lng olleiflve and profane lan
guage to him, when Suttar, wholly Igno
rant of the Intention ol Hittchin-on,
made a movement as If to get up. Hutch
iifon immediately lal-cd an old-style
Colt's rcvolvet and tired, the ball strik
ing Suttar between the right breast-bone
and the collar bone, pas-ing entirely
through him and coining out ol hi
back. Suttar, notwithstanding his wound,
rushed at Hutchlif on, grappled witli him
and knocked hlui down, and 'ecured tho
revolver, when he became very weak
from the Io-.s of blood aud the pain of the
wound, and tell across the railing of the
track, where he was toiind.
Hutchinson lied, and has not, up totlils
time, been seen or heard of, though It is
supposed that lie is In the neighborhood
of Island No. 1, bclo.v this city.
Suttar, who lias a wife and child rcld
ing In Murphy-boro. and who were ex
acted to arrive in this city yesterday,
was Uiken to the Mechanics' Hotel, In the.
lower part of town, where he now lies in
a critical condition. He is spoken of by
his ac'iialutauces as a quiet, inollonslve
mail, wuoaliimoeii ...Joij (m own bus
iness, nml was devoted to his family. u
Is iibout twenty-even years ol age.
Hutchinson, hi would-be murderer, 1
a mere boy, being but eighteen yenrsoUl,
and I- well known tn this city.
-arana Central j-A C. a-vency, 8t,
I.oulst John J. Taylor, St LonU; O.
Hire and family, Hlokmnn, Ky. ; A. K.
Win rcii.l better, Illinois.
Planters: l.ouls Myers, ( npc Gi
rardeau; ( harles Moiitgoinery,lentucky ;
S. Helsser, Missouri ", O. It, Holdolger,
Virginia; Michael Hyland, Culled State3
Army; Henry James, Charleston ; Adam
Dehnonlco: H. C. Dcnkiif, Canton,
Mississippi; If. T. Powers, Clinton, Mis
Ms,lppl; Kdward Hlock, New Orleans;
John I!. IVhaw, Hickman, Kentucky;
C. 11. S. Jones, Chattanoogn; James I r
win, Canton, Mississippi; M. W. ltaee,
St. Charles : IL O. llreamen..Kvaiis-
villi; J. IL Newman, New York; MIs
Alma Leach, CniK Oirardeau; S. D.
Leach, Princeton, Kentucky; C. A.
Knott, New Orleaif ; W. IL Sullivan,
MIH-klmii; John Iliirnliehu uml latnlly,
.Millppl ; J. S. Nnn'on, St. l.oul; J
II. l!oe, Louisville; II. H. llrickstatr,
Memphis; IL I'. Swnrt.. Wif hlngtoii.D.f ";
Charles Kldeti, Ciiiciiinatl ; Julius Holm
Kvansvillc; W. A. Morgan, Ynzoo City,
James Orr and daughter, Columbus, Mis.
lslppl; A. K. Craeton. Coliiinbif, Mis
sissippi ; James Nevlll,New York; (i. II.
Francis, Chicago ; Charles Dretrlch, St
Louis. J. H. I'nhlhaif, New Orleans.
Hteainer Jim l'ik. Pnducnh.
" Ark. llclle, Kvnnsvllli.
" James Howard, St. LouU.
" Kddyvllle, Nashville.
" Urand Tower, Memphis.
" City Vlckbiirg, Vkkshnig
" Julia, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Knveii, St. Louis.
" Thos. W. Means, St. l.ouls
" A. J. Baker, Ohio river.
Petrel, Ohio river.
Propeller AIL Stevens, Oblou river.
Slennier Jim Flk. Padiicah.
Ark. Helle, Kvansvllie.
' Jnmes Howard, New Orleans
" Kddvillc, NashTlllc.
(.rand Tower. Memphis.
" City VIckMiurg, St. Louis.
" Julia, St. LouU.
Tow-boat Haven, St. Louis
" Thos. Y. Jleaif, Ohio river,
" A. J. Haker, St. Louis.
' Petrel, St. Louis.
Propeller Alf. Stevens, St. Louis.
GREAT BARGAINS 1
GREAT BARGAINS I
Kn 1 am harrassod to death from ttntc-
mcnt Irom New York, 1 am compelled to
sell my cntlro .stock of Clothing at an Im
mense nai rtllce. 1KB A", il.DKli,
lCtl. Corner Sixth and Ohio l.evoo.
Cha. Stihoenmcver litis tknt No.
1 brer PI LSF.N'EIt always on hnnd,
The young ladles of the church of the
Itsdeemer will give, on 'rucd.iy evening
nest. July 27tli, a "Coilume rcstlval," nt
the Hough and Heady building. Among
other roUiimci, will ha licoro nnd Martha
Washington (In elegant dress), with their
attendants, who will re.jalo llicir guests
with leu Tea. Ice Cream, Lemonade, and
;lll tho dellcarlc of the t,ea8jli. COino
or. come all. --
DUB, MEAL, QBAIN KAY.
( CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
claiiuing that the other liadntteinpted, at
-nine time, to -hoot her. The ca'e lasted
for over two hour-, In hearing witnesses,
Ac. hut no evidence wa- brought up
that was sillllcleutlv strong to convict
the defendant, and -he was discharged
It would .-ecin that two suits In onu week
Miould satisfy tho ta-te, of these women,
but they seem to have cither n mania for
lawlng" or to satisfy uun. imtiiedi-
itelv alter Ihe defendant was discharged
she hud a warrant i-sucd for tho arrest ol
the nlalntlll on a trivial charge, and the
i.it will take place tills morning,
fltg-Tho finest article, of Salad Oil
IIi.nl nil tiellllllf AWI'J
viiiint. one weekairo.il negro nained
lbert Staines, wis arrested lor -teaiin,
i silver cornet horn from Paul .Sehuh. Ilu
was L'lven u tilal.but the evidence wa- not
ulllclent lo convict him, and he was Mi
halved. Yesterday morning Olllcer
ilailuev wif lufonned by a negro friend
i.rstMlnes that he (Stalne.-l had stolen tin
horn, and that he wanted lilin to take It
- he was going away, nnd niter he was
one turn In over to (i kidney, who would
return it lo its right owner. O kidney at
once set to work to arrest Staines, which
lie did, and took hlui before dudgu l.lnl
i,r. i...b b in to ba in tnu slim 01
llvo liumlred doling, to an
wcr thu cliargo at !.lho next
term of the circuit court. Alter tho
,., tenner had been convicted he started I
out with the olllcer for thejall, and when
lie got on tho pavement 1m determined to
maku his escape, llo accordingly started
on a dead run, and succeeded in getting
away, and hid in mi old shed on Poplar
street. About a hundred men, women ,
uml children were in search of the run-
awny, and finally found hhu. Ho wa-
taken to the county JallJ aud safety lodg- ,
ed there, and will no doubt pay for tho
lougherty of the Jonesboro Atlrtrtbrr,
again assaults the local reporter of this
paper, by saying that lie (the reporter)
denies having received thu money for a
dozen copies of the IMlttin containing
the account of the Hanners-Frlck wed
ding at tin St. Charles. Tills, on the
part ot Mr. Dougherty, is as cowardly
and bare-faced a lie as his assertion was
that thu account of the wedding was
head-lined "Oranger Blossoms." The
"Granger Mo om" He we attribute to
the utter ignorance of Dougherty. The
latter lie we attribute to ins internal
cowardice and his lack of honorable
principle, of which Ids whole lite, so far
is we can learn, has been totally void.
What was meant by the words "I his is
not true. In the item relermi to n
Dougherty, was, that we were not atrnld
of the "probable coneiuences," spoken
of bv ldin.
The money lor the papers, sixty cents,
was received by the reporter, and handed
to Mr. Oberiy, who, when Informed that
the l.-.-ue had all been dlspo-ed of, in
structed the reporter to hunt up the num
ber required and send them to Dougher
tv as soon a- possible, which he did.
Dougherty, in order to shield himscll,
continues in his endeavors to bringdown
upon thu shoulders of the reporter, who
has no ile-lt e to carry on this controversy,
the Ill-will and disrespect of all who were
connected with thu wedding party. We
make this assertion, not to sL-t ottrselt
right In thu eyes of Dougherty, but in
the opinion of thu public. Dougherty's
re-pect or disrespect has no preierence
in value to us
Tin Urenl i;-ltuM'-ln t'oiiibiiiulinn
Sam Fo-tcr, who Noueof thu purchas
ing agents of the great C-Kope-ln show,
now being organized tit St. Louis, lias for
.-everal day- pat been endeavoring to
negotiate with Perry Powers for Ids cel
ebrated educated hog. Powers seems
lo lie willing enough to sell thu hog, but
Sam declares that Perry hold- the
animal too high. Ho wanted at first,
$1,000 for hhu, but has come down to
eight liumlred. Foster says he will not
give over seven hundred, If Mr. Foster
succeeds in purchifing thu animal for
thu inenagarle, it will make thu second
invoice of curiosities shipped lo tho con-
' cern from Cairo, .nr. uean 01 tnu.-st.
Charles having forwarded to It somo
, ten days ago twenty-onu cats of various
' colors, ages aud sUes. Tho U-llope-ln
promises to bo a paying concern, when
put upon tho road.
ciiuiu lie committed by serving a term at : Thalia si
.Lillet. ' 7-2."-tf
Cottage formerly occupied by -Mrs,
lluiubold, 011 Fifteenth street, between
Cedaraud Walnut. KunulroofA. Jneckel,
aloon, oppoMte Bulletin olllco.
July 2(1, 1S7.1.
To-day has pa-ed without rain, tho
first for some time. The forenoon was
cloudy, the afternoon was clear and
the sun shone Inten-ely hot, but a line
breeze prevented the heat fronilecninlng
The river- are almost bank full larger
than ever before known at tills season of
the year. All the lowland corn fields
along the ippl are overilowed
The first shipment of new wheat Hour
was received to-day by Cunningham and
Stllwell. over the C. it V. II. 1!., live bar
rels made from new red wheat. The
Hour market is better. The feeling N
stronger, in some grades prices have ml
vanccd 25c on the barrel. Corn and oats
are steady ami firm, with demand in ex
cess of the supply, and prices regular.
Choice butter Is scarce and wanted at 20
to 2.V-. Poultry i- active and sells read
ily. Choice varieties of fruit find ready
-ale. Lemons are scarce and in active de
mand. Kggs are a little improved, but
buvers are slow, and not much can be
said for them. Kates are stead y and un
CttSrOur friends should bear lu mind
that the prices here given are Usually for
'ales from llrt bauds in round lots. lit
filling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
e.:irv to chanro an advance over these
Market better, linn and stocks gettin
low. Fresh receipts of medium grade
find ready sale at full urices. We note
sale or trr. i,rreN $r, 250 SO; .'100 bar
reU .VJ6" 7." ; 100 biirn.ls .-o SO ; 200 bar
n:H la 2.,; 200 barrels ir, a.-, . 100
barrels .. spring
The market rules without change.
Very little hay sell-, and the market 1
overstocked. Prices held about thu same
as last week. Sale- reported were 2 cars
choice timothy hay $20: 2 ears mi.cd
The market is steady ami nrin. rriee
nn without ehaiiL'e. All receipts ol
choice sound corn finds ready sale. Soft
relected N dull and unsaleable In this
market. We note sales of II ears mixed
In sacks delivered 777e; 1 ear No. 1
white mixed in sacks delivered S2e ; 2
ears No. 2 mixed in bulk on track 73c
1000 sacks white mixed delivered Sflo.
The supply Is limited and receipts
llL'ht. Prices rule steady and firm. Ik
celpts find ready sale at quotations. N
uotu sales of 2 cars hi sacks delivered Gllc;
1 car -acked and delivered C0c; 1 car
sacked and delivered 02c; 1 car sacked
and delivered :ic; 7 cars sacked and de
MICA I, .
The market rules quiet aud dull. Prices
nre unchanged since last week but trans
actions arc limited. Wu note sales 0.1
oO barrels steam dried, $:t r.O; 100 barrels
steam dried, it .",0.
Wo give the sainu quotation that has
ruled through out Ihe month and the
same remarks apply to the market
plenty, dull nnd not wanted : quoted
Choice iiothern is lu active request, but
none arrives cxeent n few small lots or
dered direct by grocers. Good sweet but
ter in new packages sell readily at 20
2:!e. A reasonable amount of extra choice
would bring higher prices. Sales wcro
200 pounds Southe.-n Illinois, Kic; 17.1
pounds Southern Illinois, (choice) 21(
22u: '.100 pound- Northern choice. 2:X!ii
2."e ; .'00 pounds Notthcrn, 2021e.
We note a little Improvement in eggs
willi an Increase In the demand lor froMi
rceelnt.s, but no prospect of better prices
than those quoted, as buyers tiro disposed
to handle them gingerly. Sales weru 00
dozen, 7(?-Sc, ; 10 cases. 7Se ; .' cases. Se,
Thu demand for choice hens continues
brisk. Kcceipts all taken on arrival. Thu
competition to-day was not so strong
among buyers, but we do not .joU tor
any change In market or prle. j. Sales
were 10 dozen young, $2 2r;2 50 ; 10
dozen choice hens, $:i7ol; 1". dozwn
young, $2 23 ; 10 dozen hens, iioi-
18 dozen hens, rjiii on; ia uw.
Jim F!-k. Padiicah; J. D. Parker.Cin
..b.imtl! Cliv of Chester. St. Louis; In
iliana, Cincinnati; Bee and barges, Bell
Memphis and Robert -Mltchcl, Irom tho
itivm: and wi:.niii:ii.
The river last evening was 10 feet I
1-3 inches on the gauge, having fallen 7
I-.". Inches during tho previous 21 hours,
or a total fall of 12 Inches. Thu swell
mt i.c ihe. Cumberland and Tenne.-co
livers has reached here but has
not stoppcU me tieeiiuu s
Thu slirnal olllce report shows the condi
tion of the rivers el-owiiere, as lollows :
ittsburg, 0 feet 7 Inches fell 2 feet 11 In
ches ; Cincinnati, 37 feet 7 Inches, fell II
inches ; Louisville, L lcet i inciie-, ro-e
Inches ; Nashville. 20 feet . inches, rose
feet 3 Inches ; St. Louis, 22 feet 5 Inches,
fell s Inches.
-The Alt Stephens had 200,000 feet ot
lumber for St. LouU.
The Alkansas Belle and Lddyvilie
brought out slim Hips.
The James D. Parker is tne paehei
for Memphis to-day.
The John A. Scudder took I2,wu
packages of freight Into New Orleans the
The A. J. Baker discharged pcrnaps
50 tons anil hail two barges oi iron,
ghf, itc, for St. Louis.
Six million bu-hels ol coal are on tne
u-nv out from Pittsburg lor i mcmnaii,
Lniilsvllleaud New Orlcan
Capt. Pcgraui is delighted with the
new condensers which were placed on thu
.lames Howard at St. Louis. lie nutlet
nln; n onvlll'' of 25 Or I!0 PtT CCIlt. Ill fllel
bv their use.
TheT. F. Kckert had her picture
taken vesterday. Quite n delegation ol
vniniL' ladies were on board
"time, which gave the boat
pearance. She looked as
lttiao., CTIiMHAClir.il nl Jatck-
Tin I'iiIimi ll.'iicsi.lriit Axii.clulloii.
The union Itonevolcnt Aoclstlon wishes
to Inform the public that it was orgsn'zed
September Ilth, 1671, and begs pardon for
co.nlng out at Mich a lite date ', but oW'
Ing to the hard llme wo hive been tie
laved. Wo aro now happy to announce
that wo havo been succesful sj far, and
ready at any time for the acccrtiticc ol
members or petitions for the same. Time
of meeting, Frld ly before the, fecoud 'Sat
urday lu cash month. Hall on 1- lltli street
hetweeu Commercial and WahliiKton av
enues. 11. Ti'i.oi.k, President,
P. Adams, VIcc-l'rcsMent. '
L. W. IIakkii, s'eoret.iry.
Al",ro,f J J,,,y Mfr w.nti:.:. Mr.
Att.t! Wm. FiiE.tcil Ajlky, City Clerk.
jji-iSy (io to Chas. Sclinciuueyer's
vour Ice-cold PILSKNKK. 7-2:h1w.
Oil ! Where
did you get that Havana ClgarV At Cow
perthwait .V. l'lillllp-' New ( l'ar Store,
next to Taber llro.
IXit'Go to Jdrektl's ami try hit '.'y.l.V
(':;, H de light fit l bevrnge.
III.SI;m:H Ml l.onl. Ilerlierl'.
Orillnnnrc So. lot.
I.rvvlnit nn.l n...,j,lnirliif.i rbr Hip fiscal lear,
rmllnic April :t), !:
ii ii oruainm uy tne city council or mo ruv oi
Skctiov I that the turn nr r.irtv-dic tlioii-
sand lolhra (l'.,ii) li hetcl.y levltsl uinlas
fur (iinmrnli UUiim.ii. uimn thf iimI and
pernonal tin.perty within ihe city of Lulro, iub-Jt-ct
to taxatlnn, as the faim It nrtPtml fur State
ami county piirpiwus ior hip currrni ymr .
sr. i nc city rietK ot s.iinciiyoi uuro M
hereby tllroclcl to lib with the county cluV of
Alexander county, Illinois n ccrlllltsl ropy ol"
this onlinnnre nn r neiore nie scemm inrenay
In Aujjitst, A I). ls.'.
Sec a WhcneUT tlio county rterk of oahl ,
Alcxandrr couniy Ins extruded the tax, alne
l,.ilnt r.ir Ilu. rltvnr Culm, lllion tlio rnlintv
rollector'K l)ok i'nr Iherunent Je:ir, ltthall be
the duty nrihe roinpin.iier (orricrt) tuinrerinui
the exnrt amount of tax, so extended, ami
rlmriri Ihe mini upon bis bonks lo said collec
tor, nml to credit the said collector Willi the sum
fimums lie shall from time to time pay to the
Ulty 1 rvnurer oniuvountnf nildtaxj I'rnvlded,
the comptroller (or clerk) shall not credit the
mid collector with nnyalnitementsor forfeitures
ofsald lax until the nmne hae lieen e.xamlneit
mi. I allowed by the city council, but it 'hull lie
the.lutv of the comptroller (or rlerk) to olitnln
frnm tlio Said colltTtnra statement of any nhule
mnnit nml forfeiture and ureeetit the .inie for
approval tn the rit) Council
.4.w I. II -.hull helheilulv of thee tv lrraurer
whcneier tho entity collcrtnr .-li.ill from time lo
time n.i v titer to said Ireintirer any city taxes
alioM' levleil, tn apportion and apply the same
tn the H!ewl litti ls ol the CU V 111 proportion to
their irpi-tl amounts, ns follnwst
To the penenil Intere.t fund ,"'0 I'l
'lo the Kox Howard. I.'o. interest fliii'l H.slo io
To tlie lmml nslrini.tlon fund :S"0
'lo the bind for paying out.-l.iuil!ng In-
trrcst-licarlnjr. warnuits s,ns) eo
To the Knurl mail Hind (ITee lrl) i 0
To the ifenwd hind H.'b' on
frit tux., Ac
cover iibaleinunls, for-
a lively np
r..LiiriiIn' from a picnic excursion
i,il,.ntii frnm S hrcvt'iiort. iiateti
Inly aa, iys Unit no attempt nan jei
been made to raise the 1 . .1. lielian.
The river at Shrevcport was then 11 feet
Cinches and -tatlonary, with .10 luchesat
Grand Wore. At Marcy's Cut-oil the
Col. A. P. Ixouns had been detained .10
hours, aud was not over yet, and the
river xvnt VrtWuis O uec per day. Bed
river Is evidently getting down . Unrd-
The Cincinnati F.nqulrer of the 2:ird,
says : "Mr. T. L. Conant, river editor
of F.vansville Courier, left on the Botona
last evening, for Huntington, where he
will take tlie Chesapeake & Ohio Rail
road for White Sulphur Springs, a very
pleasant allalr occurred Tuesday after
noon nt tlte close of "Change, which is
worthy of particular mention. Thu af
fair alluded to was the pre-eiitatiou of a
lnagnlllcent gold-headed cane io -sir.
Cons. Millar, of the Commercial, as n to
ken of the gratitude of Mr. T. L. Conant
for valuable and kindly as-lstance ren
dered hhu by -Mr. -Millar some eighteen
years since, when engaged In steainboat
Ing to this port."
Wa1I l)Kl.MtT.MEST, ItlVKI' IlKVOIIT, (
.Inly 3i. Iti.v S
Last Thur-day evening, on Llghtli
street, between Butler's store and circus
grounds, n lady's, -mall amethyst breast
pin. Tlie tinder will be rewarded by
leaving at Bri.t.r.ti.v olllce. 7-1'J-lf.
Oil t Nil' I
Ain't those Flora del Fituia Cigars nice,
at Cowpcrtliwalt ,c Phllllps'l'
P LSI;m;k lli;i;i: at cimnes
ESj-XN Amber and White rag stoek
envelopes attheBru.r.i is olllce. printed,
I TiO and S I W per M.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Hannv relief for young men fruin thu cf
c...i uf errors ami aou-es in cany iie.
Manhood restored. Impediment to mar
rlai.'o removed. New method ol treatment
iv nml riiiitarkable remedies, hooks
mid clreuUri, sent tree, In scaled envalopes
A.1.lrl.a. IIOWAItl) ASSOCIATION, 110
N. Mnth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an lntt
tution having a high reputation for honor
al le conduct and professional skill.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.
1'rovldeil, 'lliat any portion of thcumif
tjj.isio iibnt e Intended tn enter ubalenicnt, lor
lelttire,Ae.,lt' coltevted, sliall U placol In Ihe
1 1 IIKNUV WINTi:i!. Mujor
AitksT Wm. 1'ient.h Axlcy, t.lty Clerk.
Notice to Contractori.
Si: A I.Kl) pro)K)uls w ill lie received at Hie f
lie-of the (lovenior, in SnrlnKfleld, until
lioonor.Miyti't lsth, IST.x, tit which tlini they
will lcnviied, In tlie prttencu of the lilililcrn,
for Ihe erection and completion of the
.f the Illinois Southern llo.plhd for Ilu Insane,
ut Anna. L'nlitn isnnily. Illliinls
All Mils shall show tne eslliniiitii coi oi nir
imilerhiln to bu funilhd and ot'the work to b
done of each description In rtetull us In the si-
ciue.suoui nun cacti proposal mu,i uib.uji.
lunlwl uy rt tioim oi one inoii-uiui ,iui..i-, ijjii
!1 by at least three sureties. I'lin successbil bid
der shall lie lTHiiirnl lu gwru uonu io uie i w
ulu of tlie Slab! In the mini of two hundred thou-
KUin .toiinri ior me i.niiiiui k.-iijiiuii...j ... ...
contnict. The Ixmril n-erve the rifM to reject
tiny and all lit'ls, It Ucctneil tortile interval ui
Mateto do mi.
Plans ami speelllcallont will i.c on cxiiumion
til ttii oftler nl rthe commissioners, In Anna, on
ornller.Iuly2'., lsT-v, where a copy of the law
can he si en. lropoid must be cnclo-ed In
sealed enelow's endnr-iil : "Proposals for Ihe
enrllon oriheMiulh VVIn," and addirsscil to
the " llmnl of Coininlsionei s for the erection or
the Southern IllltioU Insane Asvbiin, rate r.ov
ernnr llevrriilKe, -pi ingtleld. Illlno j."
It. 1151 IKtil'.sa,
K.M MAI. ONE,
.Inly is, 1ST5. Coratnlsilonert.
Paducak, Shawnootown, Evans
villo, LouiBvillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
81. 1 -iUln
The mil hailed lilc-r.liccl steamer
Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Ask for Pond's
Take no other.
II, (! t'owuKit I
Kn. 1!. Thomas Uettt.
111 leave Kvaiisvlllle for Cairo e cry MOSIUY
nnd Til L'ltSDA Y at 4 o'clock p. in.
I.eiHesCalioeveryTCKsll.Vi and rlllDAl.at
I. O ClOCfc p. Ill
'1 he t-lepmt slde-whixl stcatner
lies HowAiin .
WALTKlt II. rr.NNlNUTON
Will lea. i KMinsville for Culm every H'h
lAYmiil rillUAl in i o en ck j . in
Will leave Citii-oocry WKUNKsKAY and ..
l.liUAl tut. o-riock p, in.
1 lie elcjMlit lile-wheel ntrallirr
leaves KviuisvlUe for Cairo every l-.DM.S-
OAYuniAil!ii.xii '",'P-. '" , ...,,.
Iamivw Cairo every lllCltsDAY and .CMAV
utii 1. lit
Kacli bout makes close. cautiectloiiH nt Calm
Willi llrst-chui. itcatuers lor M. I.oillj. Mi ni
phis and New Orleans, nnd ut l.vansv llle w Ith
he I'. ,VC. 1!. It for ull points .North and hast.
L..7i VJ.ii. ,i... Ij.ulsvllh Mull .!tcniucis lor nil
itlw, for I will mwik of excellent thlius
Salo of Ckcico
Ill, tmilcrslKiicl will tM
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
-tin lite ptviubes, on
Wednesday, August 25th, 1875
The fnllnwhiR real r.tale to-vv it
,, I , Vol. the Upper Ohio, BlvluK thruuirt' iT
'elpts on ItvlKhts undpae-niReiuto all polm
trliiiitary , . .
Kor furllier Infiiriiuitlnn apply to
3lLVi:tt, I'aSieliK'er Ai-etit.
HAU.1I)AY IIUO.S., jAKtl(.
Ort,, ti. J. (illAMMKIt,
Suiieritilciident and Cenerul r'lelaht ABent.
W-j-lM-ly. Kvansvllie Indiana.
I ii I r I es to Man or 1 Inn 1 1 ,
i 1'ulli, llraUis.
Slrnlnx, spwlns, Contil
I hions, Ulslocallont.
I'riielnreM. Luts, Ijvcera-
tnl or luclied ound
llleeillUK l.iiiiB, ur
Saw Hleeti.nuil iiieni-
InK Uutns or Teeth
IMIet lllcislini; Piles.
llllnil Piles, ilutalllhle )
niltdn, Swelled Ka:e
tle swelling orSoreiie.
Slilliie., or soreness,
Siure Til roll I or Oulnsy,
More or Inllamol Eytt or
ISO re Nlpplex, Inlliitncd
irnliilul or too rrollitr
jillk I.tir, Ovarian DU
i nuo and Tumnrs
orrttdCnV I Gravel and mrtiiJitury.
nClYlC.UT ,;i Iiihiiikh and Kxcoria
' I lion of Infutits, or
..,,11 I Adults
Viirlrnoi Volii. Kn-
lanml or liilhuiicd V elm
iVUrnt. Old .sores, Inter-
7iinii. irjirhtiucles. Tu-
TTT... Ill III'
J .., in fjicnc ol YollliK
lllllin " , r,..ril. ,,C
-. .."'"I ' ' i .1 ,1,. ,
nam . ? ic.xii t. . V,:.,.. V.V Al..v,imlur
Mil' 111 Alirttl I rUUil'i "ih' ,
It Ir 1 1. and all uiriiln-t .lolm 11 llmwn. I
one viral of the
lllld 111 lllUr
i.f the soutfivve?t .liiarler.il . ,Vi' L
Thti City National Ihink, for ten ihiys,
will receives all pennies ollercil thein, at
a email discount. 7-22-1 w.
Try the Cluster Finn Cut wiiolesi'.o und
roUlUt Cowpcrtliwalt ,vi l'hllllpii'.lUll com
murclitl nvenue. 7-20-lw
young, ?22 '-
Choice of all varieties lliuN a ready
market at fair prices. Union. urn scaren
ami wanted. We nolo sales of 10 hoxc
lemons, $0010; "'0 boxes peaches, .ruT')
60c ", 10 boxes peaw, $1 00 ; 13 barrel.? up
pics, 2 2.'.: 21 apples
. .. , i.i i,, i.i..v Vn. -.'V. citv ot
C. ir. , Oii'li.e o mi. sldeofElhtl. s.lvet l.ctvym.
' Cui-lno" pidonli,
I- , ''lo' " ,1 ,'loutli-cast coinei'
I'nhiakl Co.. lib,
raKinNrviibiiiiis.,,!.. !.. .
11 " AL80,
If Vouti'n'iplates living Ihe city.
TEAMB-Oiie-liair cash. ''l''VliV1
l.v mnrtL'ttau. titles lirrlCCl
1 For mrther ItimrniHtloir ' posters, or ai
ply to O. Thviipp or lu
JOHN Q. HARMAN b CO
J EoRl EaUte AROnts.
""" ."' ...... 1 J....i...,it
Vi'Ktots m. l,l..l.e(l)t..llve(.'.),.l.olhl...
Zl ic . 1 1.Vk " inlHu.l one (I), lol -numhe: -
HiinlK-ril lour (l). l.'ts . mini-
eilisitr i.. I,,. UJ TU III
niM'vrn io. '""",r.. : ,, ....:. ,. .,.i
tour to. "" V i; V.i m.ilven
J?'.'. Z IV AiVu'bcnVl six mnAxi Vo v of
J illy, and all lu thu county ot -'''"'.V.i rif!!JlI
Mat- "f Illinois, nt the pnUH-rty of tl I . '
,e "o iivVe,, Xoof the emu. hou.e In Uic city
ocrs.lr.,. Iii Ihrciiunly or.lc.xanueriiia."--"
" .. .. .. . ......I. .t ,- .,r aoitiihi. -x. ii
it. Ill , l
Cairo. Illinois, July Mnd. islf
of Calri), III Iheci.unty of Alexander n ml b I
Illinois, on the fourteenth d.iv - of My ; 1. -ls7V,
ut Ihe hour ..I' eleven o clock. . . i)
ndlst'y Mild executions. Al.l'.N. II I"
MieillfofAlexuiidef County, lllln
I dlu Culls,
llVlttn or Whitlow, r'rott
I edJ.imus or 1'iirts.
,xfos.iilt Ullcs. I meet
1 thiKt, Chapped Han.U.
dMI S i:XTII.t4!T Is for sale bj-all Tl'
illxsH rnirillaud n-comnu;ndeilby
id! liriiirKbisVl'liyslcliins. and tsfcrjf
lin.l v vi ho hut .r UMsi it.
iuiiililit contalnlnit lll.tory and Usm m -At
lixx mi application, If not loundntyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Vevv York nml London.
.... it., i .i f u Mmi.
torreccit iMuyuyr.. ,..ml
merchant, Bivreiurj u -
.'c3 dTcvin. or .LS5tl
ouby indliwretloiis or
ha tlie liiKivuicnis
IIIIrON A CO.,
Ktour, nrconllnrf to tfrwli'"
Coru, wlille. sucked..
Mull.. Ill Xl
Ilran, pr to";".":
Mull, ileum dried . .
llulter, choice Northern
liullcriciioice Southern HI
Kkki per dozen
Chicken, jverdoren -
Turkey,., r doien
Apples, inoice, per mnti
t'uuiouii Jivr iKirrvi