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ASLALON LODGE, NO. 61.
Knights of I'ythla-i, rnit every Ki I
dny night ut hulr-pust seven, in Odd-
Hull .(Mil. II GoSsHA.
ALEXANDER LODGE, NO, 1MI
sa- imli.i.ni rut On r til l'Hlr !
Mow, iiii-el. every 'Iburnlny night
'.t'uiiiinc-iclal avenue, bctwcui rtlxlli ntiI Pi-tcnth
Sired TJ KsiiTil, N. (1.
nt nn 1-niiKi pi'rn. in int-ir nun on
f "1AIRO ENCAMPMENT, t. O. O. I., tun la
Win Oild-tcllows' nail minie iirsiunn in n i
humbly in I'M ry luontlii at half-pnst much
Jnii II. OlIUIII.Y, C. I'.
t AIRO LODGE. SO.il7,A.K. A.M.
, llol'l -regular coiuiiiuiilcillotn In .Ma
mode Hall, corner Commercial avenue
imd Cluhtli Htri't . on I lie second and
k otir'h Monday orracli tiioiitlt
tlnac llntN nf l.tcrj' lli-H'rlliii
imiil u. salts.
Iellcioii"l'll.i:M:it..iit l.iniN Her.
J Ins I'm 1 1 Jiii-h.
at 75 ccnt pT (lo.on ; nil tin latest style"
In J-ll glas. Sealing wax In largo and
iiniill quantities, at Pan'l llnrliiinn's,
corner Sixth street.
I'H.si:ni:i: at Louis iiitIm-u-.
tlrl the lic-Ht.
Dr. Setli Arnold's Cough Killer tlic
i;reat eradlc-ttor lor all lung diseases a su
perior remedy to nil other medicine yet
discovered, In severe caK. It Is n dire,
ipiUk, ami perfectly Mfo remedy lor
cough;, colli, sore thrott, whooplngcough
:rotip,aml all dlea-o-i of the throat hiiiI
lungs, Uctnll price, 2."i nml M) cents and 1.
Any hottlo tint dout not give relief may he
returned, and tin- money will he refunded.
Dr. Si th Arnold's Diarrbua liaison S..iml
i Wtetit. Remember It l warranted. Ar-noM'-filMoiii
Mandrake Till, operating
without sickness anil p.iln. Compounded
hy Dr. Sclh Arnold's Medical Corporation,
Woonsockct, It. 1. Sold by Paul (i.Schuh,
druggist, Cairo, 111. M-.j-3m.
l?"XX Amber ami White rag -lock
envelope. altliclIti.Li.iix olllce, piintl ,
$:i Maud j-l 00 per .M.
(ictitiinc C ingre-s ."spring vvatcr in unt
il. d Vi.iit nn I.... m,. I Mnl.l inr 10 ..putt m,r
'.'0 ccnt por hottle, and i per dozen,
fcctloncrv : McGaulcy's and .-"chuh'.s Drug-
tntnrrt mi, I I. ,,it 1 1 .i il ... 11 ,. l!ft.t.i,ii-ritif .
, The Saratoga Congress Spring "Water Is
tut nn and sold In bottle- onlv. to Injure Its
ftriclnal trenirlli and miMlIcln.il nroi'i ttic-t.
A I'lni Iti slilriii'i' (or .Siilc Itt-n t.
Corner Hothrook aetnm and Twenty-
fourth ttrret. Large yard nnd garden (
lot,: tdentvof fruit and liriibbcrv: sooil
italiJe and cnrrlsKu houc. III -oil on
4J,lJj II I III,. Ill: 11.11191 ,:Jllt.llll VU
.rr.ni.in. ... ii. i mi. I. ii
SIJI mltintiou In jirlc'- o( 1'intln r
Dii-tcr-, at Sclmli tlru'ftoix'.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, lH-twceii
Washington avtiiue anil Walnut -trevt.
' W3-U.. Apply to I)k. Smiiii.
CH roomriroiitlnfii tho Ohio, at tho St.
Cliarle-jjtimel, ran bcllliU, wltli board, at
crv rea.TOiniie raie uimiis .-uiiihh.i
-iponlhtmnilancco' pure air and per-
ct tWfanifU.n. T-10-tf.
Is and hoarilhis
Mr. ( olcman, Uumlrfi-t, No 12 hourtli
street, hctwenn ujhlnston and Comincr-
.clal avenue?, , fToifl and hoardlng-housi)
-wahItiL',7¢pcrlo.en. Koi pletowork
. . ,
'iliTce-i are n toimw: Miie nun mu col
lar, 10c; per dozen SOe; o,ki .V; two
lar, ric; t handkcrehlcN, .V; vcm
uml allKdhtli-men'ri v.'ear, MJc.
o.en. XlA"iIIct' drc-i-ee. ii.
kirn lOTb-'ii!; drawers in
Avo colUri Ti to 10i:. For hi-
Hei' plalft-ciothen 61 0 per docn; lor la-
, die llneVillies, ci ... per uozenj
lli-rlM-rt'H lor I'll.si:,
s;' it Is I'scll'-IH
to attempt to eleano a -tro.im whllo tins
fiiuntatu Is Impure. IlyspepMa, conipliilnts
nf 11, n III..!- .in. I I. I.Ima. j ulUn. if Dm
rkln, scrolula, kead.ictui, mid all iII-oh'cs
Hrisliiiclrom Impure blood aro at oucu re
moved hy Dr. Walkers California lue-1
gar Hitters, tho great and Infallible purlller
of tho blood, anil renovator of the sy-itom,
It has never been known to fall, piovhled
the patlfnl had not delayed ll-l nif it until
tun vitality ol his system was too forgone.
I'licnpcc'Iliiiii liter Known llclorc.
.Mason's Si'lf-Seallng Fruit .larsnt $1 .0
per dozen. JCxtra rubbers for Ma-on's
Fruit .lav.-, at Daniel llnrtmauS. corner
Slxlh strccU O-'-'.'-ll
.Vol Ice ill' Itcniiit ill.
, Thu well-known Imrher shop, eorucr
llighth and Commercial, presided over hy
tho popular nrtli-t, Ocorgo Stelnhouiio, has
removed one door north on Commerchd, In
.lie Grand Central Hotel. The new shop Is
,aigo and commodious, and those wishing
for aiiyjlilng artlhtlo in the way ol fashion
shlti half cutting, smooth i-huse-, etc, will
Jo well to call at the litand Central llarhcr
At the IIi;i.i.i:tin bindery IS nunibcrB,
bound In two volumes, full gilt nioi-
rocco; coot SI I ; for side at 10.
BCjfX nag stock envelopes at the Ilui,
i.KitN olllce, $3 25 per M.
Wo will take, at thu Kt. Charles Hotel,
during the summer months, M day boarder,
at per month, and SO hoarders with cool,
pleasant rooms on tho upper floor, at !W
per month. At thU extremely low rato.
none hut promptly paying boarders will ho
accepted. JKwktt Wii.cox ,t Co.,
fiXX WoodHtocic envelopcrt at tho
Bulletin ofllcu, S3 00 yur M.
aTho finest artklo of Salad Oil at
MMIMV. .ll'I.V :10, 187
l.oinl U'pullifr llfiorl.
Caiho, li,L.,'July,.".i, IK75.
WlNII. I Vtl
I U III
lijilnfiill tan iww.
THOMAS JONIM, ScrKt.
H. H., U.S. A.
The Culm hne hall eluh tire making
arrangements to go to I'iuIiumIi.
lltiMness tnuiactloiii In I he I'ollii'
Courts of this city for the pan three or
lour day-i Inn been extrcinoly dull.
The rains of night before hut nml ei
tenlny iiiornlug were very heavy, and
will no doubt check the falling riven-.
1 1 ii in I.
.Mayor Winter Is expected home: this
moruhii?. Ilu ha been for four or llye
days past In the I'liture Great City.
Itrliliiu flu- Oriliiniliri'i.
The lion, .lohn .M. I.andcii, we are
told, Is hard at work revising the city or
dinance?, in accordance with the vole of
the city council at a recent meeting.
To Ui'tilliie Soon.
The Liberal I'ellglous A!ociat!ou will
oon n-Miiuu their plci'mit enter
talnmcnti at their hall, at tho corner
of Twelfth trcct and Washington ave
Mr. .lacob Suttar still contlnuci to Im
prove slowly from the wounds ucelvedat
the hands ot young Hulchiu-ou, and hi-phy-lcian,
I)r. I'arker. ! now confident
of 111 recovery.
It ii. reported that the watermelon
crop hi the vicinity ot Charleston, Mis
souri, Is larger I his .en'-on than it
ha- been for year.-, and Hint melon- in
lariri: qti.intllies ate Ixjlnir pIiIhik-iI from
that burg to the east.
The water-cart driver-) are complain
ing. They declare that unlo&s it .-oon lets
up niluinir. they will be comiicllod to
give u the hu.-Iiie-s of hauling water
and go at some other bit-duo- at which
they can make a living.
It Ii -aid that two ol the bloods ot
thi-i city, who are iudcutilled with the
.sporting fraternity, have matched a
brace ol blooded chicken! to light lor
twenty dollars a .-Idc. The battl- I- to
tiiku place on next Mojuiay.
to ii i or riiiiui.H
Mr. and Mr;. Hlattau return hcaitfclt
thanks to their friend- In Cairo for the
a-sl-tauce and sympathy extended them
(luring their late misfortune In the loss
and burial of their little sou, and to as
sure them thev will ever be remembered
A Itiu cr.
Jles-r. Howe and Cicrould took u sail
in their new sailing ve el, a day or two
ince. They went to Mound City, where
they had --evcr.il races with plca-ure par-
tics In boats ol the -ame description, all
of whom they compelled to take a "back
-eat" for speed, and returned to Cairo ju
ft Is reported that King, thu negro who
Is to he hung at Charleston, Missouri, (or
the murder of Sam CSraec, aNo a negro,
exproi-e- his willlii"iie! to shullle oil'
this mortal coil, but that hu would like
to have thu operation of having hi? neck
trctcheil, postponed until after watermel
on time. King, like all others of bis race,
Is exticniely loud of this luxury.
Yesterday morning, about ! o'clock",
two while men who-e names we couhl
not learn, and who seemed to bo entire
strangers in this city, got Into a quarrel
near the corner of Ninth and Walnut
trccts. They fought wickedly for sev
eral minutes, and would have done con
siderable damage to each other had It not
been lor the timely Interference ol a stal
wart darkey, who ciarated them.
If any of the people of this city have a
de-Ire to visit the en-stern cities of the
United State-, now 1 their opportunity.
The llaltlmore it Ohio railroad company
will sell through tickets from Cincinnati
to Washington tor $11 'J.'; to llaltlmore,
$11 2.1; Philadelphia, SKI; Xew York,
11; llo-toii, $20 7.".; Threu through
trains will start from Cincinnati dally
with Pullman ,ialaco ear.stoWa-htngton,
Philadelphia, llaltimoio and Xew York.
Mr. Charley Delay, with Parker A A.-
lc.y, has gone Into the auction business.
lie makes a first class auctioneer, and
will no doubl make a hit in his new role.
He will oiler on Saturday (to-morrow) af
ternoon and evening, a hirgu (stock of
'oods of every description, at the com-
mlkslon hoiisu of Parker & Axlcy. on
Commercial avenue, and thosu who may
tiebU'o to purcnase any arttuio troni a pa
per ol pins to a new suit of clothe
should give him a call.
To liu Kohl.
It Is said that Aymer's circus property
will be told lu Vluccnncs to-morrow, for
debt. Chief Williams has been accom
panying thu institution ever since it lull
this place, lu tho hope ot getting consid
erable money owed by lids company to
parties In this t lly.'aml wo presume, un
less there aro others who hold claims
against It contracted bcloro thosu in the
hands of tho chief, the Cairo people will
get their money within a short lime.
The Aymar circus troupe was a really
first chits one, and deserved u long and
prosperous llle, but misfortune has over
taken it, nud It will have lo go wlimr. tho
Hcigcant Hiram Sliangenbcig and
.Michael llylaud, of Company T, United
Stales Infantry, pasud through this city
yesterday en route for.Shrevcport, Louisi
ana, with .lohn Perceval In charge, who
deserted somewhere on the frontier, from
company II, 7th United Htates cav
alry. The prhoner was arretted In De
troit. Mlchltrnn, and Is b"Iug taken to
Shrcvcpoit for trial.
To Ice I'liiiiiimcrs.
The undersigned being convinced that
the present low price of Ice entails a los-j
upon the dealer-", hereby agree that on
and after .Sunday, August 1st, the price
ol Ice shall be as follow;: For TO pounds
and upwards at 7i per 100; Ies than
.10 pounds at any one lime, at the rate of
.?1 per 100 pounds.
lli'si:. Looms A Co.,
7-:i0 lf John SriiOAi.
A blithday parly was given .Mls
Tccnle Woodward nt her homo on Wed
ncfilay evening, by her brothers, I'obert
and Ilyle. About twelve couples of
her young friends were present, and
seemed to be In an cc-taey ol delight
during the entire evening. A string
band was there and discoursed music to
which the young gallants and their little
partners kept time with Hying feet until
eleven o'clock, when they sat down to a
splendid repa-t, to which each did full
Justice. Alter the Inner girl and boy had
been sathlled,ilanelng was again rc-uined.
The party was kept up until twelve
o'clock, when, after congratulating their
young hostcis, and wishing her a happy
llle In the year to come, thu young folks
took their departure, each going to his
and her re-pective homo to dream of the
merry time enjoyed by them.
We ye.-terday met Mr. Tony Xleder
wleeer, of St. Louis, who Is connected
with Joseph Schnaidur's Chateau Ave
nue I'.rewery, of 1st. Louis. Mr. Xled-erwlo-cr
informs us that he is lu Cairo
for the purpose of establishing hero an
agency for the company and that hu will
have on trip at the Planters' House this
evening a supply ol beer which he pro
nounces superior to all other lu every
re-pect. In addition to this and lu or
der to make the Introduction of the bev
erage In Cairo a notable event, Mr.
Ilucfner, proprietor ot the Planters',
will spread an evcclleut lunch and have
on hand a stria? band to add life
to the ocjaslou. Mr. Niedcrwi-cr
tells us that the firm for which he travels
Is one of the largest brewing establish
ments In this country; that the amount of
beer deposed ol by the linn of a .Sunday,
averages two hundred and llfty barrels.
This Is a sulliccnt guarantee that it must
be a delicious drink, and none who love
the beverage -houhl fall to be on hand
Who Mrs. J. M. C. Is wedon'tkuow
and we don't see the point of her Heau
tles of Moving, but there must hu some
thing in It.
Kc-v. Dr. Thayer's poem on the
Xlght-lllootiilug Cereus, published on
our -ccond page, will attract the atten
tion ot our citl.cns.
goodIt is excellent.
It Is better than
derstanil the -took propo-ltlon. We 'hall
endeavor to u-o our sledge hammer on it
head again to-morrow. After awhile wc
may beat oiuethlug Into It- pate. Pa
tience. Thu rain will never stop hilling
again. We have no doubt there will he
another deluge, and we are anxious to
have Underwood tell us about Xoah's
ark. From what he said while in Cairo,
we are led to believe that it wa a little
affair. If we could have him Inform us
how small It wa, we might get
ready a bigger one for the coming del
uge. We intend to be the Xoah of the
now ark, and want (o act intelligently.
Where i Underwood?
The following "poetical contribu
tion'' has been lying on our table for
some days. We have been studying It,
and have dually, we believe, extracted
from it all Its beauties. We glvelttoour
readers, to whom we aUo give pcrmis
.slon to guess at Its meaning. It Is so bad
it Is good :
Kt.r.u away, im:a.
You've bit me nil nluM, you little )ict,
Sucking my blood Iroiu body nml elicit,
Till no nun living could take any rest.
J'lce away, flea.
I line's a bis fat man across llieti'crt,
Who 1th three hopi,tlit-Miine you can giift;
His blood la gemd from Ids lnnd to bU feet.
KU-o aw ay , Ilea.
rii-icc him well with your aliarp little bill,
Ami III) blood will How like n crluumi rill,
And ynii on Ml uml diink your III)
Mt blood U gpuvi'iiml lu'r nf colon
Then, phnirv.Mr Flca.no more nic "I'nlhrt"
Try Ine fat slilcsoffilind Max Holler,
ricoaw.ij , Ilea.
Oil, I.orill nn pp.icel iindaki p, not iiulnk;
Hrlwii tliui to iU-ici-atIoii'n HiluU,
I'll arise ami take a ill Ink.
Hie, hurrah! Now I'm nil right!
llle, hurrah! Now you can bile i
llle, ImiTiihl A i.nn.t Ticiiir
Uitk away, ilea.
'i O'CLOCK, A. M.
'I lie I'lilmi Hciioolcnl AwHitciitlloii.
The union Honevolent Association wishes
to Inform tho public that it was nrgau'zcd
September 11th, lt74, and hega pardon for
coating out ut Rich a late date; hut ow
ing to the hard limes wo havo been de
layed. Wo aro now happy to announce,
that wo havo been successful mi far, aud
ready at any tlmo for tho ncceptaueu of
members or petitions for tho snmo. 'lima
of meeting, Friday before the second Sat
urday In cadi month. Hall on Fifth street,
between Commercial and Wahiii;ton avenue-.
H, Ttioni.K, President,
P. Aiiams, Vice-President,
L. W. llAKK.it, Sroretury,
More llcioin lor Item.
The lower story of the house occupied
by William Winter, tho artist, on Sixth
stifet. Fnqulie of Win. Winter or Dr.
Parker. SU. Julia Davih.
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THE WILLIAMSON VENDETTA.
ANOTHER VICTIM OF THE MOST BLOODY
I'lilil-llloiMlt-il Aiilnnlloii of ('mil.
Caiihoxium:, Ili... July -'J, 187o.
Lnnon llui.LGri.N: Another victim of
the Ilulllurr-Hitssell feud has been hur
ried Into eternity, and the scene of the
butchery has been transferred from the
bloody ileitis ol Williamson county to
the quiet and peaceful village of Carbon
dale. Last night, about 10 o'clock, Capt.
George W. Sl'ttey was shot aud Instantly
killed in the parlor of his dwelling, situ
ated on tho northeast corner of the pub
lic square, In this place. The circum
stances of tho murder 1 will try to detail
nfter a few explanatory line--.
You have heretofore published to your
readers that Capt. Slsncy was Indentlllcd
with the Uusscls lu Ibis wemlng war of
extermination. He had tumble with the
Hullhier.s several years ago, and In a light
struck oiiu of them with a spado, injur
ing him sevcrclj . The Hulllncrs rallied,
followed him home, where another fight
ensued, In which the latter was wounded
by a rllle bullet. In September or Octo
ber last an attempt was made on thu life
of Slsncy by men secreted In a cornfield
near his ham. It was early morn
ing, and Slsney was going to his
barti to attend to his horses.
ro men attempted to lire on him, but
ic caps on their guns wcru damp and
did not explode, ills life seemed pro vl
(bntially saved. I think it was on
Christmas eve la-t, that another attempt
was made, and was nearly succcsifiil,
Slsncy was entertaining young Mr.
Illndinan at hi residence. The two
men wcru engaged In a game of domi
noes when thu a-.aln llrcd on them
through thu window. Illndinan was
severely wounded, and Slsney almoU la
tally. Slsney partially recovered, but
lost the u-e of one ant. He listened to
the advice of his friends,
put a tenant on Ids farm and re
moved to Carbondale. Hero hu
opened a grocery and provision store at
iluclllii" combhiiilT lti had been In liu-
sines lor several montlis, did a fair trade,
and -coined to feel entirely safe. Ills age
was forty-live years. I le was the captain
ol Company G.,Mst Illinois Infantry,
and wounded at the f.iuioiis charge of
McCleniaud'a corps on the work of
Last evening was tUrk and wet. Capt
Disney wa not fceline; well. He
closed his. store early and retired to bed.
Thu train on the 1. C. H. P.., due here at
';" p. in. was dclayei) until about. On
this train (Mine a Mr. Utterly Stanley, a
resident of the soiilli-ea-tern p-irt of
Williamson county, ."some years ago a
brother of Mr. Stanlcv was killed at the
polls on election ihy lu Williamson
county. Tint gentleman of whom I now
speak Is the .'uliiilnl-trntor on his
brothers estate, tilth dipt.
Ststiey a- ono of his bonds
men, lie came upon the train, but
on arriving found Sisiicy's store closed,
lb' talked with it number ol parties, ex
plained bis business and ascertained that
Sl-ney lived In the building adjoining Hi
-tore. He proceeded thither and called
sl-nev nil. wiiiic tne two men were
talking, a charge of buck-hot wa- ilretl
and Sisuey was killed instantly.
I have been to cousld. rable pains to trace
up (hu connection Mr. Stanley had wilh
thu murder. At Hist a strong feel
ing was agalst him, but at this writ
ing he Is generally believed to be inno
cent of any complicity. lie and Sisney
have been friends for twenty years, The
iini.le of the gun was not more than
ten or twelve feet Iroiu the victim when
the shot was fired. The a-sassln did his
work completely, and up to this time no
clue la had to the perpetrator. Our town
Is paraly.ed. That a cold-blooded,
premeditated murder should be
perpetrated In our midst at o early an
hour hi the evening, and that tho mur
derer should escnpe,ls attonUhlng. How
ever, all that could or can be has been or
Is now being done. As I write thu coro
ner's liifjucst is being held, but I presume
nothing more than I have recited will be
dl-clo?od. Should anvthlng be developed
I will Inform you. H.
llcnmles nf I'liiinge.
.Mil. Km i on: Wo have concluded (
take moving as a steady diet, for when
once beguiled into tho silken meshes of
the artful destroyer, there appears an ir
resistible l-elnatIon, ono In which resist
ance seems a forcgonu conclusion.
Oh, horrors ! What, move airaln ? Yes ;
and there Is a ilgnltllcancu lu thu very
word that sets one's hair on cud. Why ?
I've scarcely drawn an old-fashioned
long breath, slnco thu last quarter's
change one that has not savored of colt
webs and carpet dust, nor conceived
a single Idea not connected in soiuo way
...1.1. .....I, il... II .,lll.., 1.. .1 ...,..!.,..
W illi ' Unas in?, mini in iiiiui cuiei ni,
or window drapery; and now this tem
per-stretching programme, at tho close of
the present quarter (which will occur in
a few days), will bo reacted by tho C
family as a Star Troupe, uml tho per
forming of each member will ho -such as
to reflect great credit upon themselves,
and also render Hie namuof the company
Their overtures will bo the samo a
played by revolutionized Now Yorkers,
on the tlrnt of May.
Thu troupe will migrate trout the land
ol ,'slpo water and civil rights to u mora
sequestered spot, wiiertt the salubrity or
thu climate and favorable fcurroimdlngs
will render their entertainments more ef
fective. Hoping thoy will .succeed, wo
will leavu them for tho present.
Cahiu, July iHlh, 187.1.
First-class room and board at the
llngton House, at 25$ per mouth.
Tiios. 11. Ellis, Proprietor.
Chas. Schoeumeyer has that No,
1 bcer-PII.SENEK-alwiiys on hand.
Wlnil llicy font I he I'cotilo-Nlnlo
men! r Kxtrnii lu Di-titll.
The following Is a statement ot the ex
penditures of the Hoard of Education for
the piihll- schools of District Xo. 1.
Township 17, during the vcar ending
.1 title 30, 187".:
For teachers' salaries SI.I.IKM 71
clerk s salary.,
(las for high school
iiuckct-i, brooms, soap, (lust
ers, brushes 'tc
Illiickhoard and slating
1 1 10
Schedule, crayons, Ink, etc....
Printing reports, notices, id-
pnabet", ecrtuieales ami pro
grammes ui :io
rooterape, hinges, locks and
Oil cloth, carpet and towels...
iicDimiiug dictionaries ,
Kcpalilng stoves mid pipes
llopalrlng cistern, pumps and
Janitor's extra wages during
Course of lectures
Plastering and repairing rooms
ficneral repairs on school
KLr.VKNTII DTItl'.KT hCIIOOI..
2 IS W
Flue and plastering..
Stove plate and plastering
Krick lor vault
Cement and lime
Lumber lor privyand fence
Nails and hinges
Digging holes for fence and re
Telegraph material, putttngup
Lot 20 rear ot colored school
Kent of room on Eighteenth
st. and Washington avenue...
Sidewalk tax on Eleventh
Interest on borrowed inoncv...
j F. Koiisjir.Yrn.Sec'y
Caiiio, July2Sth. 1S75.
'Tut IIMlAY Kvkni.no. )
July 29, ls-75.
Altera lew days of clear weather, a
heavy rain set In last night that lasted
nearly all of to-day, and this evening the
clouds are dark and lowering, with every
indication of more rain to-night. The
rainfall has been heavy and general. The
Cumberland and other tributaries to tho
Ohio are ovcrilowiug their banks, ajul
field- of grain aru floating away. Thu
outlook tor farmers is very bad, and as a
consequence must bo bad for all chts-es.
Thu new crop is moving btil little as yet.
A few cars of new wheat have been receiv
ed, but in aNlamp and damaged condition.
Oats have not started yet, and there Is
very little ol the old crop coming Into
the market. Corn Is very scarce, but the
itcuiaml lias fallen oft ami only consists
ofj. small order trade, as there is no
margin for speculations. Flour is firm
and scarce, but with a light demand that
create-- no excitement. Poultry, eggs,
and butter are firm and steady
Til KM AUK ET.
CSfOur friends should bear n mind
tllat the prices here given are Usually for
sales from first hands In rwnil lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
The market is comparatively bare, anil
prices are steady and firm at the advance
noted lu our last Issue. Thu demand is
not active but tho scarcity of stocks
Ives prices an upward tendency. We
notyj -ales ol 500 barrels $5 25(JO 75; 100
barrels XXXX $G 25; COO barrels city
$5 50(50 CO ; 150 barrels $5 250 75 ; 200
barrels SlfoG 50; 300 barrels on orders
$1 75 "5.
11 At .
The market continues dull with lull
stocks and a light order demand. We
note sales of 2 cars choice mixed deliv
ered $15 ; 2 cars choice old timothy deliv
Kccclnts aru light and stocks small.
but the cmand Is entirely lor filling or.
dors. There Is no shipping demand at
all. Wo note sales of 2 cars mixed in
sacks delivered, 75o; 2 cars white in
sacks delivered, Sle; 1 car white In hulk
on track, 75.
Thu market is quiet with only a limited
supply and very light demand. Nu
note sales of 1 car mixed In sacks deliv
ered, 05c : 1 car mixed In sacks delivered,
Thu market is well supplied and dull
at $3 50 for choice steam dried, free on
board. Clly meal sells rapidly at lOu
to 10 cents above quotations on country
nical. We note tale of 100 barrels
country steam dried 3 n0; I.kj natron
country kiln dried $3 50
There is sonic improvement in the or
der demand; prices aro quoted firm at
S1510; wo havo no sales to report.
There Is but a light supply of any kind
in market. Iteceipts aro too small to
meet the demand, which Is purely local.
Very few orders come in. Choice North
ern butter would find ready suit) at 23o
mil cholcu Southern Illinois nt 20c. bales
were COO pounds cholcu Xortheru 21
22c; 100 pounds cholcu Southern Illinois
20c; 300 pounds cholcu Southern Illinois
20c; 300 pounds Northern 2223c; I tubs
cholcu butter 23c; 100 pounds cholcu
Northern 22c; 500 pounds cholcu Southern
Illinois 20c; 300 pounds cholcu Northern
Thu market Is Inclined to bu u little
slow but arrivals are few and sell readily
when freah ut 8o. Wo note sales of WO
dozen 8c; 1C0 dozen 8c; 200 dozen So;
400 dozen Sc.
There is a steady demand for hens at
$3 TO, and young chlckcna tlnd a ready
market at S22 50. All ollerings are
tnken. We note sales of 8 coops hem,
S3 TO;0 coops young, $2 CO; 5 coops
young, $1752C0; 10 dozen hens,
$3 TO; 10 dozen young, $2 25,
There is a good demand for lemons nt
full price. Tomatoes arc scarce nml In
good demand. Thu market U well sup
plied with peaches and apples, and prices
are weakening. Sales were 10 crates Con
cord grapes $3 00 ; 25 boxes tomatoes
35IOe; 10 boxes peaches 75QI 00; 20
boxes tomatoes ?I5iO ; 15 boxes lemons
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.-
Corrc-ctisl Dally liyH.M Stennn, roiMiiliftlnn
iin-rriuiiii, ffi-crrwry ol tin- uuro Hoard ol
Hour, according lo Knwk-.,
Com, MiUhI, narked .k..
Corn, white, sacked Z..
nmn, per ton
Mrut, atcnin driest ,...
lliitlcr, choice Northrrn
Ilutti-r, choice Southern III,..,
Chlckcna, rrdotcn ,
Turkevn. tier ilnrrn
Apple, choice, rbarifl.,
1'iilittova, i-i rbiirni ,.
UOI3U-I, ir uurrei
I'o r I Mu.
Sle.nner Jim Fl-k.'adiicah.
" Hobert Mitchell, New Orlcan.
Capitol City, VIckbiirg.
Hickory, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim FL-k. Paducah.
Kobcrt Mitchell, Cincinnati.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
' Hickory, Tennessee river.
uivr.it AND WKATHMkT
The river last evening was 10 feet
aud 3-5 of an Inch on the guagc, having
ti-cn 1 3-5 Inches during the previous 21
hours. The great rain that tell here yes
terday and night before last was but a
part ot a greater rain storm that passed
over St. Louis. It is probable that a
short rise will take place in the Missouri
and .Mississippi in consequence.
I he signal office report gives the
stage of the river elsewhere.
Tho Jim Flsk brought out an cxcelj
lent trip yesterday.
Capt. It. W. Ditgau arrived from St.
The pictures ot tho T. F. Kckert,
taken last Monday, are very line.
The Kobt. Mltchcl passed up on one
wiiecl with a good trip of people and 000
tons of lrelght.
Thu Charles .Morgan, Captain Stein,
took 11.50S packages of liicgiit Into New
Orleans on the 2Cth hist.
Therdiave been numerous accidents
to the coal llcets that left. Pittsburg on
the late rise. Thu amount of coal started
out was lO.OOO.noo i.ii.iii.is, uml m the
rise promised to ho of short duration,
thu llcets wcru compelled to hurry for
ward witli all p-sslblu dispatch. Acci
dents wcru therefore unavoidable. A
portion of tho lo-i-es are as follows: At
Marietta on tho 27th thel. II. Illgley ran
Into a barge left by tho Tigress fastened
to twriillngs -recently placed In the
tWvt Uicre. smoMihig up and Muklug
seven coal boats; at MldiMeporl tics Con I
City had two barges in a sinking condi
tion as she passed. The Mary Ann lost
a fuel boat on the Parkersbiirg bridge.
Wau Dei-aiitmkxt, Itivce itKriiiir, (
STT10NS. LOW WATCH.
ft. in. rr. ut.
Cairo 10 o x I
l'ittiburg 7 H v.: 7
Cincinnati H xl
Ixiiilsvlile Ilk It x s
Nashville r. II -I s
M. Loillrf l i- -
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Bhawnootown, EvanB
villo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
Ttie unrlvalltd ilde-frbiel ataatner
It. G. KnwLKK M'lftl.
Ku. It. 'Iiiomas Chrk.
ill lcue r.vunsvillle for Cairn every MONDAY
iindTIUIUSDAY ut I o'clock p. ill
Leaves Cairo every TLKSDAY and ViMDAY ,al
ii o'clock i. m
The elegant side-wheel tunei
IlLN IIiiWAli Master
WALTEll li. I'KXMINOTO.N Clerk.
Will leuve Kvansv llle for Cairo every TUBS
DAY and FRIDAY at -1 o'clock p. in. ,
Will leiiue Calmevcry WKDNKaDAYand.f.VT
CIIDAYiitUo'cloclt p. m
The liegiint aidc-whtel aleiuuei
Mat. Wiluan Clerk.
Leaves Uviinsvllle for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and sATUItADY ut i p.m.
Leaven Cairo uvery THURSDAY and SUNDAY
Kach boat makca close connccllou at Cairo
with llrst-iiusa atcarocrs l'nr bt Louis. .Mem-
illlaonu -sev uneuna, nnu ai r.Yunstiiic nuii
ho U. X C. It. R for all imlnta North and Kust,
uml with tho Louisville .Mail Steamers tor all
point on tho Upicr Ohio, giving tlirougb n
celiila onfieighls and paistngei to all polnla
I or Hirinrv inioriiuiiioii 'pij vj
SOL, hILVEIt, Vastengcr Agent,
J. M. 1'HILl.irs, j-S"''
Orlu O J UUVMMKlt,
Sinivrintemli'iil uml General Freight Agent,
lo-a-'.-O-ly. tvaavillo Indiana.
OF A VICTIM.
l'uhltsheil us a warning aud lor the benefit of
Young Men and otfiera wno saner irom ervou
u.-bilitT. 1jo ot Manhood, ate., Qivlng bla
Rule of Self-cure, after undemoing much aul-
ltrlug ami expense, ann luauea ire on reeelT
lug a post-paid direotecl envelope, Addt-MaNA-
TltAXKt, MAITAIK, l'l U, BOX IB, WrOOI
iy-n. ts. i. I-7-I
A full lino of Itnportei, ytti tBil
COWI-MRTHWAIT Jt I'lllLLIFS.
Go to Chas. Schocnmeycr's
your Ico-cohl riLSENEH. 7-25-lw.
No MUlitke Abont II.
If you wlah agood cigar go to Cowper
tliwnlt .V Phllllpi', 120 Commercial avenue,
lIIJiK5IRR nt Louie llerbrrfe.
GREAT BARGAINS 1
GREAT BARGAINS t
A 1 am harrasscd to death from atate
mcntalrom New York, 1 am compelled to
cell my cntlro stock of Clothing at an Ira-
mcnie saeritlce. Ikb Vnntn.
Urtf. Comer Sixth and Ohio Levee.
Last Thursday evening, on F.lghth
street, between Huder's store and circus
ground-, a lady's small amethyst breast
pin. The finder will lie rewarded by
leaving at Hullutin olllce. 7-13-tf.
13 EE 11 at Clmrlci
A silver plated No. 0 Wllion Shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) flnlih, valued at
)85. Will be iold at $20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from tho factory.
A No.t) U'iJeen isJitittle Sowing Machine
valued at $75. Will ho sold at 15 dlicount
and ordered direct (rem the factory.
A $'.M) Kcmlngton Sewitig Machine 30
oil' for cash. Suitable for tailor or hoot and
At a bargain, and onood tormi, a Howe
Sewing Machine. May-be seen at tbu Com
pany's otllcc, corner Ninth street and Com
mercial. Ftftt SALE.
'Plcturesipio America" 18
bound ui 2 volumes, full gilt
Ahtjl9"L" "Clough,, Warren i Co. V
Parlor Organ, right from tho factory at De
troit. I.ltt price, $300. Wil be fold for
A new two-hor-c liamblo wagon.
t or any of the above articles, apply at
thu liUI.LKTIN olUce. V., A. llUUNBTT.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men ft.m the cf
loots of error and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method otrcatuunt.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks
and circulars sent Irce, In aealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 411
'. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Instt
tutlon having a high reputation for honor
al le conduct and proteealonal skill.
.VI l-d .few-Hill.
Notice to Con tract on.
SKAI.ED proposals will be received at the of
dec of flic Oiivernor. In Springfield, until
noon of A n pint Iclh. IsiJ, at wnlrh Unit? ttiey
n lii lu. ml, lu me preM-nce ol Hie hiilileu,
lor the crc-ctlon anil coiiijilt'tlun of the
No ii Hi Wlnir
of the IllluoN Southern Ilnpiial for the Insane,
ut Anna, Union count y. Illlnoia. .
All bids shall allow the ratimatt-d coat of the
materials tn be lurnl"liml anil of the work to be
clone of cachilecrition in iKtail aa In the upe
cillcatlniii uml each proposal munt beaccmn
(uinlctl by n bond uf one thousand dollars, sign
isl by ut least three sureties. Thu successful bid
der shall 1! required to give a bond to the lVo-
uileorilie stale in tucsuin or two nunurea tnou
iml dollars for Ihr fiiltlitlit performance of the
I contniet. The himnt rm-rt ra the right to reject
any unit nil bids, If ilrc-ineil for the Interest ot the
Plans av swrtftwitloin will he on exhibition
at the olllce 01 the conimU-aonc-isJ, in Anna, on
orafter.IulyA l;75, where a copy of the law
can be seen. Proposal muube enclosed In
sealed envelopes endon-cd : I'minstl for the
election of the South Wing," and uildrestc-d to
the "Hoard of Cuninilaalouera for the erection of
the Southern IllinoU In.-anc Asylum, care (hit-
enmr iierenuge, springiiciii. imnois."
It. H. S l UltfiKSS,
Inly IS, 13.
C. N. HUGHES,
Over MaUitui Uhl'f .
Flnt-Clasa Corapanlea xrpn
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO XEVEE,
City National Bask Ballditif, np-atair.
The Oldaat EiUbliahed Axaacy la SouU
orn Illlnole, repreaaatlnv OTr
265 OOO OOO.-
BOX and BASKET GO
All klmlt bard and loft,)
FLOOBINO, SIDINO, LATH, fto
Joraer Thirty-Tourth Street and
K. L. Iledatroin.
A, C. iletker. A. J. lloole.
E. L. HEDSTBOM Co.,
Miners ft Shippera of
SVi Seaeea ttttat, RcdMo .
Alco Agent for JleMbargOMl Co.