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ASOAl.ON I.OIJGK, NO. M.
Knlchtaof t'llhla, meet every r'rl-
uy night at Imir-ir.ist uim, in uuu
illtnv' Hall .Ixo, II. UoMMAX,
At.KXANDKII LOIMJK. NO. 2JI.
Inili-neiiilrilt Order of U- el-
: i '..... utpri' 'liiurMiiir mum
''''Xfxfi ill lialf-pat arteii. In their hall on
I'olintiHcliil nunur, bctw 11 MXiiini hi scy m,.
nnio i:scami'Mi:nt, i. o. o. K.-miria
(Jiii odd-Kellow' Hull (iii the Ural unci third
'" ' '''' mrtn?l,4oS,inr;,"m.v;i;.''i'.
a ca i no I.OIK1K. no. an, a.k. a a, . m.
HuMii-iruhir rninniittilnitlona In Mo
XX'oni" llnll. comer Commercial iiycnui
' Anml Llxhtli tret, on Hie uiTonil mill
.mi tli Monday of tadi month.
Tin next term of tho I'arlsli School of
the Cliuro!i ol tlio lie lecmcr will bcln on
.MONDAY, Si:PIK.MIU:il mil, nnd cor.
tlnno in s-cclon sixteen weeks, t'mler the
ituc Mirx-rvblon and control n It w.ts
last titn, the School will lo conducted In
n similar tomocr. At tho hce,li;hlu'.; ol tlio
term ii clt will l3 firmed lor lite mnly
Application fur iidin'sslon must be m.nle
illtic r to .Mr. I'. A. Taylor, or tin- Itce'.or.
Tlio prlco of tuition will lie only elulit
ilollim for tlic term of .sixteen week, I'av-
Ant.K IN AtlVANCK.
Ciiaiii.ls A. (iit.iiKitT, Hector,
I'll.NI'.MKR nl l.oiil llrrlH-rt'n.
Ulnar HnlU or Kvcrjr lie rrllluii
To llif CHUrim or Cairo.
I would Inform my many frlt:iul. that 1
am tlll Id the miction tiu-lne, and ready
to attend to all atc.- that may offer. My
long cxpcllencn In this liulne ntedi no
eomment-l I no experiment on my part,
ami parties entrusting good to my cire
need not be afialu, a I am no 'riiltjT or
novice In tin bulnf.
Special attention ijlvcii to real estate nd
out-door nlc, a I liavu never mined mak
UiKaitlc. I). Hahtman, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth ftrcct and Commercial A v.
fjorX Itujf stock cnvelojie at Hit' lift.
1.1:1 IK offlce, 'J.I per M.
A cottage on Thirteenth tree!, between
W.'fhlnjrtin avenue and Walnut street.
0-1.1-tl. Apply to Hit. S.MM 11.
Tlircc Urtfc ami very dcirnblc family
room, trontlns on the Ohio, at the St.
Clurlc Hotel, can be had, with board, at
very reasonable ratei during the .Summer
month. Abundance or pure air and per
fect t entllatlon. 7-10-tf.
Jo mil! 'Irr.
I.andlorda ot hotel and boarding bou-o
wllllindltto their zilvaLtas'C to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, Iauiidre, No 12 Fourth
street, butwen WahtiiKtou and Commer
cial avenue. Hotrl and liordltiK-Uoiic
wj.hin;j,7r,ceutperdo.cn. foi plccowork
price are a follow : Slnn!o tlilrt and col
ar, 10c; par dozen Wc; sock- Th-, two col
lar, te; two liandkerchlels ocj veita !We;
ind a'l ecnllemcn car. Wc. per
dozen. Ladle' drc-e, ii to oOc;
virij iii ti 'JO:: drawer 10 to l.'c: two
i alr ho.-c let two collar .', to 10c. Kor la
die' plain clothe ?1 Ol per dorenj lor la
.Dry iinn rlnthn-. ?l 'i" per dozen; douc
dramptly, and promptlv delUered. 1'a
4 jo 10 I.oiilo HorlHTl'x) Tor 11 lAR
Kir.-t-cla5J room and board at tin- Ar
lington Hoti'e, at 2."i? per month.
Tuos. It. Kli.is, Proprietor.
'ollr of lteini(iil.
The well-known barber hop, corner
Ciuhtli nnd Commercial, presided ovjr by
Ihe popular artist. George Stclnuome, has
removed one door north on L'omnierc'ul, In
Jiii Orand Central Hotel. The new hor. I'
are nml roiiiiuidlnti', nnd those wishing
lor anything artl.-tle m the way of fashion.
tble hair cutting, mootli have, etc.. w ill
Jo will to call at the Uraud Central llarber
At the IU'i.i.r.rix bindery 18 number
bound In two volume.-, full gilt mor
rocco; co?t Sit ; for wile at $ ID.
ftSrXX Woo'd stock envelopes at the
IU'M.ktix olllcc. ?J 00 per M.
I U r('leH
to uttcmpt to cleanse a stream whllo the
fountain Is Impure. DyHpcpsIa, eomplalnts
of the liver and kidneys eruption of the
hid n. scrolula, keadachen, and idl dleascs
arMng Irom tmpuro blood, aro ut once re
moved by Dr. Walker'n caworma inc
gar Bitter?, the grrat nnd Infallible purltler
of the hlood, and renovator 01 me yBtem,
It has never been known to fall, provided
the natlent h id not delayed using It until
the viuuty ot his cystem wa loo far gone.
A silver plated No. II Wi'son Shuttle Sew.
lug Machine, hard (piano) linldi, valued at
885. Will bo mid at if iO discount, on good
term, and ordered direct from the factory
A No. il Wlln Shutile Sewing Machine
valued at e7.V Will bo Mild at SKi dUeotint
and ordered direct Ire 111 the Inctory.
A ?no Hcmlngton Sowing Machine
otf for cash. Sultahlo for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good tonus, a llowo
Sewing Msclilne. May he teen at tho Com
pany's office, corner Ninth ntrcet and Cora
"ricluresmio Amorlca" 48 numbers
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco
A stylu "K," "dough, Warren A Co.'s"
1'arior urgan, rigut from the factory nt De
trolt. I.lt price, 9:100. Will ho sold for
A new two-horse Gamble wagon
For any 01 tno anove articioi, apply at
I ' JtVcl fl
tlie'HUT.M!TINOillCe, E. A, IIUUNKTT.
TlintSDAY, Al'dUST 10, 1875.
I.ornl Wriilhrr Rrporl.
CaIIIO, iLLAllglMllH, Irfi.V
IIaii. J Tut.
i' ti.i , Ti
7 a m.
THOMAS .IONKS, HiTKt. 8. 8., V. 8. A.
M,(m ciivclniH'f, nil frrndoi nml priccfi,
f ti at rcnlvctl nt tlic Hri.i.KTl.V oli olllco.
tlic; Knights Tcinplnr oxrtiriton on tin'
ntcniner Kckurt to-nliilit. A lorloiM
time may lc c xpeidiil.
I'ollcc rlii les were nil indy devoid of
interct yesterday, notlilnj liclnr (loin;
In either of Hie court.
Wc iiiiilei -tamttliat more! gravel to be
ucd on the MrcetH of this city, will leave
I'adiicnli In n day or tto.
Circuit Clerk Yocnni U Mill confined to
hl bed, lint Is Improving Mowly. ami
will lw all right In .1 few day?.
hnocril III Ml ml.
Wv iiiiderstaml that Mr. Cnhl, tlio lu-
vi.i! Hour conimlou mcreliant, liai
changed Ids mind In regard to building
The Ktilglitft Templar moonllglit c.v-
curfslon, which take placo to-night, will
Iks a iiio-t enjoyable event, and none
Khoiild fall to attend.
.Mr.. I. 11. Wild, who for the paH two
weeks ha been verv 'Ick, Is now getting
better, and hopes to le able to nsume his
duties again In n few dav..
forkrt Hook .Miel.
Mrs. (Jhler, while at the depot of the
Illinois Central railroad company on
Tue-day, lo-t her jtocket book, contain
ing twenty-oiii! dollars and "omc cents.
Tho Illinois Central rallroail company
are now receiving the material and will
In a lew days have built In front of the
pa;enger depot of their road a new and
The excursion lo Juckfton.
Quite a nunibcr of our cltl7.ens, it U
said, will accompany the excursion to
Jackson, Tennessee, today, to attend the
celebration and picnic of the My-tic
l rew of that city.
The ix'iuains of Joseph K. Kendall,
who died on Tuesday morning, were
taken to Villa IMdgu for interment yes
terday urteniooii. Tim funeral was
Mayor Winter wanU another ordinance,
that will till the hill better than the pres
ent city laws, In regard to dogs. 'J he
dogs give Hi-Honor more trouble than
lVr-ons dc.!ring to purchase o; rent
projiorty in this city will llnd It to their
Iiitcrct to call upon Lynch fc llowley,
real estate agents. Olllco In county
clerk's ofllce, court lioiwe building.
The base nail players 01 coiumous,
Kentucky, having heard that the Cairo
ball players are easily "got away with,"
want to get up a game with them.
Whether they will succeed, wc are una
ble to say.
In the Item In yesterday Morning' l-
Hio of the Ufi.u:ri.v, headed "In Jail,"
we meant to say that there were now
confined In the calaboose, eight women
and three men, but through a slip of the
pen we omitted the number of women.
Improt Iuk l'r Hirer!.
For several davs a party of workmen
have been at work tilling up the ruts ami
holes on Washington avenue above
Twentv-eiglitli Mrect, and alter the dirt
now being put on the street has become
settled, a drive on this thoroughfare will
prove of much more pleasure than here
tofore during this season.
Wit lit lo be n Visitant.
Hearing that a vigilance committee Is
about to bo formed In Williamson county.
Jim Orange wants a position n.s leader of
thu band, and swears that It ha Is made
chief ho will kill every man in William
son county but what ho gets the right
man. Ho wants to do all the shooting
A rieuniit l'ltrtj'.
A largo number of the friends of Miss
Annie Alvortl were entertained by that
young lady at her home on Washington
avenue, last evening, each and every one
of w hom were made to leel perfectly at
homu by the hostess. A gay time gener
ally was experienced, and Miss Annie lias
thu congratulations ot all.
Out Nile Hoc.
Mayor Winter has ordered tho scwcm
to bo opened this morning at 7 o'clock,
and Davis, of that bright shining orb on
the levee, will have to llnd sonio other
topic upon which to exhibit his brilliant
newspaper talent. It's a pity tho rain
water could not bo retained for Davis' es
pecial bcnctlL w
Tlio members of the society who will
play "Caste" at the Atlicneuni on tne
evening ot'tho twenty-scvcntli of this
month, meet every evening and retjearsc
for the ovent. Tlio entertainment prom
ises 10 uu u very pleasing one, uuu unu
too that will luterost the inumlo of thU
ntKr fit lurmv
Wit-J V " F
whoso taste and knowiedgu ol arranging
and conducting theatrical iwrforinancca
is excellent, will have the allulr under hi
Immediate charge, and wo feel assured
that "Casto" will be a success.
.Since the arrival of that nine pound
girl Ht the residence of Mr. l'hll 8aup,
that gentleman Huh iiccome extremely
high-toned, and the other day he packed
up, nniHvlfc, girl mid all left for Crlttcn
den Sprlngi, Ju.t to he hi the fuihlou.
TheClty Urn Works.
From nurfrlend, Mr. (Jerould.Mipcrln
tendant of the Cairo City Oas Company,
wc learu that the Institution has Just re
ceived two car load of retorts and wt
tlngs for leiiche., The work 011 the
licuchcs Is In lug done by Henry Stout, of
The dauingo to the Cairo A: Vinccnncs
railroad by the recent Hoods his been 00
far repaired that they expect to run their
regular pas-cnger and freight trains
through to Vlncennos without transfer
to-morrow, nnd on their
leaving Cairo at 4 a. in.
Wnntrtl lllm liokrit Aflrr.
Chief of I'olico Williams received a &7
trt-ilottx yesterday from the upper imrt of
town, .saying that a big black dog In
tested the neighborhood of the corner of
Twenty-seventh and J'op!ar streets and
It was the earnest desire that the canine
should lie got rid of ns room as possible.
The chief took hi little gun ami visited
the much aggrieved people, and now that
black dog is defunct.
llurgcrct Co. wMilng to close out their
stock of cummer goods, will .sell light and
dark kid gloved at 70 cents. All brand of
prints at 7 cents and tho entire stock of
.summer goods at prices below cost, In or
der to make room for the (all nnd winter
stock, now being purchased In New York
bv.Mr. Hurger. Mr. Henry Wise has
sole charge of the store during Mr. Ilur-
gcr's absence, and will not fall to make
It an object to all who may desire to buy
The Mayor Ordr.
Ill another place in thisUsue of the
Hi'i.i.KTi.v. will be found an order of
Mayor Winter, In regard to disinfecting
with lime, or by other means, the city, as
.soon as the sewers have been opeii a
sufficient length of time to allow the water
to run out. The order Is a very proper
one, and should be speedily complied with
by every citizen. If It is not adhered to,
the health ol the inhabitants will be more
or less Impaired, and idckness cannot help
Kcporlcrt JI order.
Mayor Winter Informed us yesterday
that a murder on the stcauier Alice
Itrowii had lx.cn reported to him, but
that nothing of the victim or the mur
derer could be learned, further than that
they were rousters on the boat, had got
Into a quarrel, in which one was badly
beaten, when a friend of the worsted
party drew a revolver and shot his
frieud'j antagonist, killing biui. The
murderer left the boat at one of the way
landings between thid city and Memphis',
mid has not been heard of since.
The nuestion, "Why should foreign In
surance companies not tie taxed," is
urratn belnif agitated lo Hits uttv. txir.
ing the reign ol Col. Wood, as mayor or 1
the city ot Cairo, and thus far in the ca-
recrot Mr. inter as mayor, this ipics
tlou has been fully discussed, but not
more than two of tlic companies have
toed the scratch. We should think His
Honor would become discouraged In his
ellorts to bring these Institutions to time,
but he declares tbat he will make them
comply with the law or "bust."
The Troth of Ncptrnibrr.
The Taylor Literary Society, at a meet
ing held on Tuesday evening, concluded
to give their entertainment nt the Athe-
nenm on the evening ol the tenth of Sep
tember. The members of the society arc
now bard at work preparing, and are of
the opinion that they can, by the time set
apart for the event to take place, give
their audience a very enjoyable perform
ance. The proceeds or the entertainment
will be used in renting and furnishing a
suitable room In which to hold their
Tho Boak Rti4 Beady Exruralon
That old-time and reliable organization,
the liough and Ready Fire company, pro
pose, and arc now making their arrange
ments for a mammoth excursion over the
Cairo and Vlnccnnes railroad, to Tunnel
Hill, to take place next Sunday, the 22nd
Instant. The committee to look after the
preliminaries have been appointed, and
are made up of live and ainusement-lovmg
gentlemen, who will not fall to make the
event one of the biggest things of the
season. A good time generally may be
anticipated, as there will be music, dams.
in? nnd delicious refreshments on the
A broad smile spread over tho public
face when tho Executive Committee ol
thu Citizens' Association reported a reso
lution referring the "rain water" ijues
tlon to a committee, nnd tho Sun Indig
nantly protests that the water Is "slpe"
not rain , but, in truth, tho use of the
words "rain water" Is Justilicd by the
facts. Nearly all the water now tlllbjf;
tho low places of the city Is rain water,
In July, time hundred and sixty-six mll-
lions of gallons ol rain Idl within the
levpes. more than ten million barrels,
This Is a little ocean. Tho statement
nrovestbat our water troubles are not so
inucli the result of "slpe" us rain.
Mr. 1). T. I.lncgar, returned from n
visit to Chicago yesterday.
Miss Calllu Wright, of Memphis, is
lu tho city visiting her sister, Mrs. W. P.
Miss Callie Coons took her departure
on the I. C. R. It. train yesterday Biter-
noon for her new home near Dongola.
Mr. J. Burger left ou the afternoon
train yesterday for Now York, where he
intends purchasing uls fall siock 01 tiry
Miss K. N. Htanton, who for aome
lima past has been visiting ut the resi
lience of her aunt, Mrs. Louis Jorgetiscu,
lu this city, lelt on the I.C. It. II. train
yesterday afternoon for her home at Blue
Knrth City, Minnesota.
Mr. J. H. Kulhcrford, of Newcastle,
Kuglaud; .1. Kay, of Manchester, Eng
land ; John Thomas, of l.tt-d, Kuglaud ;
and Joseph Nelne, of London, Kuglaud,
who arc prominent members of the Mis
alsstppl Valley Society, were In the city
yesterday. They were on their way from
Memphis where they have been for
several days to Chleago, where they go
for the purpose or making arrangements
for the opening up of a direct grain trade
between Chicago, St. Louis and Liver
pool, England, ns soon ns the South I'nss
bus been made navigable. The party
dined nt the St. Charles, and left for
Chicago In the afternoon.
IX THE M00XLI0HT.
UrnJ MMllBt r.srurmlou ill the
Rtesairr Kearri, 1 narrmr Aimpifrw
r the I4itlgh Trmplnr.
She Is here that excellent excursion
steamer, T. r. r.cKert ami tlic grand
moonlight excursion, so much talked
of by nllfor the past two weeks, will take
The meinlier.s of Cairo Commander',
Knights Templar, will deck her with the
color that so beautifully decorated the
steamer Thompson Dean, on their mem
orable voyage to New Orleans, and every
preliminary that will add one jot to the
comtort and pleasure of those who at
tend the excursion will tie made.
A 11 excellent string band has Ik.cu se
cured, which will furnlh splendid mude
There will be refreshments in abun
dance on board the boat, which will be
nt the ready command of all who may
A very select party Is exacted to be
the guests of the Knights, and tbcv as
sure all who may honor them with their
presence the most pleasing and enjoy
able event that hns taken place during
Tickets lor the excursion can be ob
tained for one dollar each for gentlemen
and llfty cents each for ladles, at the St.
Charles Hotel, Antrim's clothing .store,
Ilobblns' Muiic Ilazar and of the coin
tnlttec of arrangements.
Let none fall to attend the excursion,
and enjoy them-clves.
Holjr'a lt,ee Nlnntlalhe Tef.
The following letter from John 1'.
Hely, the gentleman who superintended
the construction of the north and front
levees, expresses the deep Interest be
feels, not only for our city, bur. for his
reputation as an engineer :
Caiiio, 1 1.1.., Aug. I',', 1 875.
Joel C. Muricnii K'. :
Mv Dkah Stu : With deep regret I
have Just learned of ihe ovcrilowot your
city. Without particulars, I attribute It
to the impcrli-ct construction of the south
levee. It is a heavy responsibilty for
some parties to bear. 1 feel contident
that it is no part ot my construction that
has proven a trap for your citizens. Of
course 1 shall feel the greatest anxiety
till I learn the particulars. If my work-
proved reliable, please clear me of dis
credit hi your account of the disaster. If
not, I will have to bear the discredit and
disgrace incidental. In sympathy with
j" nu vour-cltieiis, 1 am most aux-
lou.Mj-, ;vurs, truly, etc.,
roiiv P. IIki.v
Tlic above Indicate thu feeling of Mr.
m t,lu success of that part of the
kveu bulu "n'ler UU tupcrvhlou. Wc
are prepared to say tlmvu has stood the
test 01 extreme uigii water, am js .iru
nounccu a success, as well a .
neer. The truth 1, Hely proved a tni
Irlend to Shawneetown In the building of
the north and front levees. He was com
petent, and he will be so considered bv
Delmonico: Jos. 1. llobarts, Mm
physboro; O. C. Bety, New Orleans; II
r.Moring, Canton, Mis'.; T. S. Whit
more, Paducah ; CJeo. Thomson, Canton,
Miss. ; I-ewis W. Davis. ltiiellvllle. Ar
Grand Central: W. II. I'ankey,
Harrlsburg, Illinois; C. H. Brown, Pa
ducah; A.Tankersly, Mt. Carmel, III
Louis Koerner, St. Louis; P. Q. It. Ma-
sey, Clnclunati; A. Jackson Smith, Phil
adelphla; George Wright, Columbus,
Ohio; II. S. Swesy, Cleveland, Ohio.
Planters: C. Perkins. Vienna, Ills
M. W. Wilhelnis, II. W Watson, Shreve-
port, La.; ltoberl Castles, St. Louis ; T. S.
lllshop. Paducah ; Joseph Myers, Kvans-
ville; W.J. Ward, Cincinnati; K. Con-
ners, Charleston, Mo.; Joseph V011 Kuz
ferstcher, Berlin. Vrussla; Audrew
Kolbel, Memphis; W.S. Kmory, New-
Madrid; John Williams, Frankfort, Ky;
J .11. Sewcll, Ky.; K. W. I.oekhart, Ky.;
J. S. Wllloughby, Mo.; K. R. Packer, St.
St. Charles : A. Comstock, .Toilet ;
Geo. II. Green, New York; J. Catzen
burger, Cincinnati; Chas. 11. Saugor,
Mississippi; J. M. Dobson, azoo City;
Mrs. S. Thompson and son, Mississippi ;
J. M. Wilson and wife, Lake City.Mlnne-
sota; MlssMttio Talbot, Kvansvllle; K.
W. Wilson, Chicago; Irwin Dugnn,
steamer Kckert ; A. D. Nelmauu, Chlca
20 : S. S. Carroll, New York ; J. S. Hln
kly, St. Louis
0PKHIMO OT Tax IXWEB8.
Mnyor'a Urder-TNkr -'oliee.
The public me hereby notllled that this
morning the publlo sewers will bo opened
for the purpose of conveying the rain and
slpe water Into the river. The length of
t mo the same uas uceu nu people's preiu
ises, will ol necessity, cause consiucrauiu
stench when removed and the boiling sun
come in contact wuii tin; retuse. left ou
tho ground. It Is therefore necci'sary for
the publlo health auu wcllare, that koiiiu
steps should he taken to prevent disease
arising Uicrcrrom-iiiereforc, I, Henry
Winter, Mayor of tne city of Cairo, do
request and onicr-au good eltucus,
as soon ns the sipe water Is oil their
premises, to forthwith lime or disinfect
bv some means tnvir premises. All puu
He places will a-celvo tho attention of the
city authorities, lly this ineuns tho air
will become pure and prevent disease.
All penons disobeying this order will
be held accountable under thu ordinance
ot the city. All police constables will
govern themselves accordingly.
Hbsiiv W'intkii, Mayor.
9AI1 tfie go PlUenurUeer. Schoen
ineyer hn Its
.II111 Flsk, Paducah.
City of Alton, New Orleans.
" Cons. Millar, Cineinuatl.
" Belle MemphU, Memphis.
" Julia. St. Louis.
Cha. Morgan, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat. Thos. W. Means, St. LouW.
" Kcnrle, St. I.011N.
" Lioness, St. Louis.
" Coal City, New Orleans.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" City Alton, St. Louis.
" Con. Millar, Memphis.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" Julia, Vlcksburg.
" Chas. .Morgan, New Orleans.
Tow-boat Thos. W. Mean', (ronton.
" Fearless, St. LonU.
Lioness, St. Louis.
" Coal City. Ohio.
ItlVKII AM WKATIIKIt.
The river last evening was :i!i feet
ft 3-5 Inches on the gauge, having fallen
111 1-5 Inches during the previous lit
hours. At the present rate ol decline
the river should lie lower lhan Ihe ipe
water this morning. out all shout at
The weather seems to bo clearing
again and Is growing ijulto warm.
The Thomas W. Means hud a tow
ore for I ronton.
The Fearless nnd Lioness are out
ter more coke, Ac.
The Paradise coal mines have opened
again with colored miners.
The J. I). Parker will be here this
morning en route to Cincinnati
Charlie Quesnel, clerk on the Julia,
Is sulleriug from an attaek of chills and
The Kckert was still workh;r nt the
A. J. Baker when the Julia came by, but
she was not yet alloat.
Into commission, which figures iticluded
her stores for six months.
Two barges of coal that were left at
Hose Clare by the N. J. Blgley are high
and dry, and the sides have fallen out.
The Coin Millar had a good trip lor
Memphis, including one Item ol II.HK)
buckets, of lard which shy picked up at
Pilot Mike Kelly, who cut Pilot Sul
livan some time ago, was up for trial the
other day, but was discharged, as Sullivan
did not appear against him.
Two colored roustabouts on the City
of Alton quarreled about a bat jut be
low Baton Ilouge, and one shot the
other, whose namu was Lew Itoliiii.-on,
through the abdomen, killlnghlmalmost
Instantly. The inurdcier escaped at
West Baton llougc.
Captain Ike Walikr, who has re
turned from Shreveport, says that the
Behan will be raised as soon as the liver
falls sufficiently. A bulkhead was built
on deck 25 feet high by 120 feet long, hop
ing to get above tlic rising water, but it
was too fast for the workmen and they
will have to wait its pleasure. IKo I
captivated with Shrevepoit and that
country, and speaks about it In loud
A letter to the New Orleans Times
from Kadsport say : "The work of pile-
driving continues steadily, and the east
row now extend fully 10,000 teel out,
nml willow innllri. ..... ........ .....i.
" IIVVII PllllIV I
nlnnir tin. ntli.i fnlK- l.TiOO fi'pl nml urn
being sunk at tlic rate of 250 feet per day.
From Monday next (lat Monday) the
sinking ol the mattresses will he Increased
to 400 feet per day. Whore the mat
tresses have been sunk the water has
deepened nearly double on the channel
side, and tilled up proportionately
on the outside. This was the object
sought, and its accomplishment has been
the source of much gratifae.tlou to Mr.
Corthall, the engineer and the superin
tendent In charge of the w orks. He says
just give him a chance and before the
rlrst of October, 10 feet of water w ill bin-ported
on the bar. "The recent
heavy rise In tho river has not in the
least Interfered with the work, and
will not, should It rise three or tour leet
more. It is too far advanced to be dis
turbed, and nothing short of a general
Hood w ould daunt the men who have It
W'All l)Kl'.MITltNT, ItlVK" ItUllHT, (
Alliflist IK. 1S75. 1
tiTATIOXft. tOW WATtll.
rr. in. 2
rittsbuiK i 1 '
Cincinnati H '' I "
Uml.vUte T -' -
Nushvlllu " ."' l 1
St. Ix)Ul M 11 -
Wood mill CohI,
Wood, $1 per eord 00 cent oil" for
cash. Hlg Muddy coal by tho car loan
per Ion. All goods delivered.
C. W. WllKIM.KK iV CO.
OnicK am) Yaiii. Tenth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues. $-10-1 m.
Ten pound letter heads, large sie, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper used lu Cairo for print
ing letter heads-ordinary composition
only $1 M icr thousand at the Uru.KriN
Ticket lor thu Grand Open-Air Con
cert lo bo given by the Delta City Cornet
Hand, on the evening or August 25th,
t-au lw had of Paul G. tfchuli, ,T. llurgcr,
Phil Saup, aud Under Ilros. Tickets,
only 25 cents. SMd
Ortllniilire So. 110.
S OltDINANCi: to nniciul t'eclloit !S of Onll
duZpM 'hi ' cllv council of the city of
Srlllovl That Srctlim liumlicre.1 -ij (tweu-ty-vlKht
ol onlluaucn iiumbercl 1 1 (uuniw) bo
ainendctl o n to tead a follow , t ir. :
.Site. M. Allllmt part of the city embraced
wltliln the following block. vU; llloeka one,
aUtecii, twenty, twenty-on. twenty-two,
twenty-three, twenty-four. tweniy-lUe, twea-ty-alx
anil twunly-tcteii, In thei-Ityor lairo.
ahall hereafter ciiiiiihi ami K- known n Hit
.rollinltanfjaldclfy. Aimrovnl Autfiiat I"1"-
A, , r HKNKY WINTKIt. Mayor
Attwt-Wm. J-'ivnili Axlfy, Cllv Clerk.
GRAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION
On Steamer Eckert,
Tltiirstilny Rtrnliiv, Any. Ililh.
Given under the auspices ol
CAIRO O0MMAKDKRY, KO. 13, K. T.
The Kckert will leave the wharf-boat
foot of Sixth street, at 7:W p. ui. sharp)
An excellent string band has been en
gaged for the invasion.
I'etreshments will be seneil on board
to all wliodeslrethem.
A eoulial tuvilntlou I extended to all.
Ticketsone dollar for gentlemen and
llfty eent fur ladles can he procured nt
the St. Charles Hotel, John Antrim's)
Baaror ol the tollow-
C. W.Dl NM.Nfl.
J i:vkit Wii.ro,
J. S. liKAltllKX,
I. A. Pmim.is,
Tuos. G. Wiiiti'.oi k,
Committee ot Arrangements.
Hew Orleans, Si. Louis ifegafc, ft,
Ami all InlirmeilUtc l'nlnl, will tun 011
Thursday, August 19th, 1875.
I.pitvinir Cnlro HIT O'clock , in,
Itiliirnlnc the nmc lay, with ample ticcoumio
il'itlmi furiill who ilr-lir U ntli-ii'l the llriuiil
I'liiiii- nml until- or tlic J. I. It or
.mjmIi- It ret or.l.trkou.
13"I"hic for the round trip, only ."
.1. .MillS" tl .MSK, Th lil AKint.
Rough & Ready
111. Mi M and Stri;g Bind
Wi 1 Give an Excursion to
Cairo & Vincennes R R.
Sunday, August 22nd, 1875.
IautIiik Cairo SumUy mornhiK ts:-w o'clock.
JloumlClly ats:M, Aiuencu ut u:-iV Culeilonlit
ut-Jil New Uranil Chain tit '.M, Kt-rrit Mill at
!i lj. II.-U.ivhi ui iii.Vi. Vormmiut lllm". Ili-nilir
at 10:0., Vinmniil lo is, urrlvliiK iiti'uiiiirl Hill
ut 10 a in , iiihI letiiru to Cuirii tlic tniiie
,-M'niiii.'. ... . in
A kmI lime muy lieantliipalnl, k IIicic w ill
Imi iiiiisle, il.im-iiijf nml n-luwliim-nia nil inc
roiiml. ft li-xHvi,il llmt nil "Ill ).irllciilc.
u uu evciiraioii in i me i'ik-ii 011111 i
The llnii-li X Itenly Kire Coiiiuiy will go hi
lull mill. 11111, ...
Kure I'nim t'ulin nml Minimi City, $1 00 tr
roimil trip ,
I'are rrmii .iiii-rlui, Culi-clnnlii, (ituml ( limit.
Kerr Mill nml Uelkuap 7 cents I'm- r.iiiiul trip.
Kmc IViiiii Kninmii, lli-niler nml Vieiinn ' rent
I'nr inuml trii.
t'OMMiriKU "S Til N-roitr.si ION".
M"Miwirrl1f.,ll,M,P5,,U,CUaUM l rui'h,,r' V'
COMMITYKK O.N ltl'.fUi:SIIMi:SIi. '
lli-iny Itieilimi, V llolliflns.
rnuMiriKK ov .mi'sio.
Ilurv Kclitili, Win. Liulwii;.
COMMIITKK ON DAXLINd AMI MI'MC.
.Inlin Km-liliT, W.T. llfrnrtli.
U'Tlckctl for ule at 1'aul ScliuU's ilnns
tiirr, II Me) et'Hrigur store anil llmli-r Urn'.
NhellM or Hi e Oeenn.
'J'wenty-llve barrels sea shells, suitable
lor gardens, bordering, Ac., for sale by
S-15-:tt. Twellthand Levee.
I.ouU llerherl Iiiim l'lI.SKM'.lt.
Delicious Pilscncr Heer at Schoen
Now Is your time to secure burgiln nt
8-7-3t ' O, IIavthoiin A Co'rt.
A cottage, No. !li Tenth ttreet, between
Washington mid Walnut. Apply to Chas.
I.a ne. e-T-t:
.l'II.Si:xr.lt-Ml I.iiiiIh Her-
ftaY-XX Amber aud White rag stock
cnvelopesatthcllcLi.r.Tix oltlci-, printed,
$:i 50 nnd S 00 per M.
l'I.SH.VKIt at Louis ili-iherl'.s.
More llooiii lor llenl.
The lower story of the hotte occupied
by William Winter, the artist, on Sixth
street. Kmiulre of Win. Winter or Dr.
Parker. Mus..M'ma Davis.
.1 I'll"' Itculiteiict! I' Nitlf tir Hciil.
Coiner llolbrook atetiuc and Twenty
fouith tltect. Large yard ami garden (ti
lots); plenty of fruit ami shrubbery ; good
stable and carriage houte. Will ell on
very cay tenn. The hoiuo contalin ten
rooms. -I. II. Phillips.
ftajrlio to Sehoenmeyer's and try hl-
Pil.-cncr llcer. S-lMw
Cow iictthwalt & Phillip havo Jirst re
ceived n Iresh lot of l.a ltifeu De Santiago
Cigars. Tiythoui. Ml-lw.
.,...l,.l ltjtli- l.v 1! M Slnirm. culninltlloU
merihant. &i.rel.uy of Ihe Caiio lloail ot
flour, uccovdluK lo grade
Com, mUwl, mu-kwl
Com, white, aackeil
Oat, mlxeil --
llran, it ton........
Mini, ateani drleil
Ilttttt-r, choiou Northern...-
Iluttericholco Houllicrn 111.,
Kgga, per down
Chicken , ier doieii
Turkey, per dozen..
Apple, choke, per bairth...
Apple, common, per barrel
I'otatoea, jar barrel
Onion, pei barrel ,
Jti Vi 110
tl 50&3 CO
. 7310 00
.. 1 CO
WTN0H fc HOWL.
Real Estate CoIuil.
Several good Knrin mt a.ojn acre of
unimproved Lands In Alexander -out ty.
"Winter's Block" and W Intel's Itaw."
A large number ol desirable lUildeticei,
uil excellent vacant Lots, MiltaMe Tor
hii Ire's hoiites and relilnce.
House on Nineteenth street, tor with
privilege of lease.
Whiter' llloek 'tillable for Hotel, QUI
ecs or lliiklnt roonit cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 1 aud U, lu
Wlntet'jltow, r toowi e-.eh, for SjIO er
No. 111. ,. rncr) li V)-7 tinms.
Tontd l able douhu (.ultimo on corr.or
ot Thl tcinlhaml Wndilngiou.
Klne two htory bslck on I'ommcrrlul av
enue, between Tenth .tnd K cventli lr et,
ultatlt- for Uweliln; nnd lluMncs.
Two huii.es on Coinmerctiil, below Sixth
stieet, suitable for lluli.e Hotins and
Two , mall Houses west of Twenty-se c
ond i-treet, near line, (i etch per month.
Dwi'lllu bcuto on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, u room, tor 12 tcr r.ionlli.
Huln hous on I.cmc, m-nr Kllith
treet, lor i0 per monih.
KOIt LKASK, O. PAI.K.
A number of I.oIk on l.oveu,
Twelfth tret, outside lire limits
a large number of oilier I ol In ill detent
iLamW, lu trftet to Mil', iu ar Cairo.
JS ln-irby kImmi tlml lUrmilt liatln brn mnile
. fir uiorv tli.tn sixty ilij In tiiv intnt of
a Hirtioii of the iiinouiit n-ninl tu bu .iiiit liy a
1'i-rt.ilii umrtKiiKc i'i-ctltiil by Jnliir M I'hi-i y
to William . Wftmou- nml linleiick Town
(I'm), mlinliii'trnlors, .tn. ufKlihit Tiitvii-ml,
ili-rt-.iiil, ilntnl .Inly ltd. Iil ami nvortliil In
tin- rrronler'a ulller. In 11ml for Alrxnnili-r i-imu-ty.
In tin- Mali- of Illlnol, In liuok Iun r)!r
ws;, He , nml 111 tlic o llki' ul the rrjjlster ofilwl
In tlic i ity of Ciitro, tu miI'1 foiinty ami Mmc, In
iKiok K of ileeil", nil Ke tJ. Ac, W'e, the mi-ili'lrlm-il,
hM liioltt,':un-, Mill on buttiril.it,
tin- t-letrnth ilny iiffreitt-iiibri-nett,A II, l"7A.
nt 10 ii'rlucU In tlic fun-noon nt' Unit ility. umh-r
anil by virtue of the nmrr nf .ilc cninuliif. In
snlil lnorti-'Bi:i'. vll, nt pulillc miriiiin, to tlir
biKlRMt blilili-r, for null, nt the orili-i- tniililliift of
lhi-tiiii-lwof Ihe Cnlro City rmirtyut the ear
hit of W'iihliitnti in rnne ami Klslitrtiilli strut.
In said city ofl-'alro, In Alexamfrr rmmly and
Staff iT llfittfilst, oil thr rlirlil, lllle nml lnli-r-l
nr wild .iimra M llrtrily, or III uiilii. In
and to lot itiimlHjtsl la (thirti-i-n) nml II fmn
Ifcii,) In Mock nitiiiben-il (iwinty-nlm-) In
f.-iM rile on.'nln,, iiivonllns lo tlic reeoninl plat
thrivor,'v.'Jlli lite aiiiiirlrniiw. t atlfy thr
pnrpn-i'S nuil romllllon nf h. Mortgage
liiti.-d, 1 nlro, llllncil. August n-th. 1TA.
WILLIAM l WKlMHltK,
KlILUKltK K TOWSSKNII.
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo to taille -in 7 Hours,
Cairo A Vinonns
Leave Cairo, -Arrive
4:00 a. m.
- 11:00 a.m.
1'iiffruiri i. for Knvilli; Itatlng Cairo tia
Cairo .1-Vlitreiiiit-H JUllrcuvl at In. in.,
make elose eniiiiivtlon nt Carnil, ami reach
L'winsvlllc at llo'rlm-k the nine morning.
Ti:. IIUI.'IIN MH.i:k IIiuii by uny other
route. M. II. liOOllKk'lt.
JAS. JIAI.l.OltV, lien. rasniKirAt.
I'na'i nger Agenl, ("aim.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Fnducuh, 8havinoeton. Evans
villo, LouiaviUo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The iinriralltU alde-whivl atramtr
I). U. Kowlkii m .Mmtrr.
Kii. H. Thomas Clrrk.
Hill leave Kranrlllle for Cairo every MONDAY
niulTHUltSDA V at! o'clock p. m.
Iurea Cairo every TCKSDAV and FlUnAY.al
11 o'clock p. in.
The t-lrjrntit alde-whrrl (tiaincr
IIks IIoh'aiui - Matter.
WaltkuII. 1'enninutox Clerk.
Will leave Kvatiavllle for Cairo erery XUKS)-
HAY ami KHll'AY at 4 o'clock p. m.
Will lenve Cuiro every WKUNESDAY and SAT
UUU AY at B o'clock p. ni.
The elegant sldc-whif 1 atcanirr
Jonx tiorr ....Mii-lcr
Mat. William Clerk.
iA-ntr Kviinivllle for Cairo errry WKU.VKS-
DAY amlaATUItAllYalSp.nl ...
LeuveaCaliiicicryTHL'!ilA'V and SUMIAT
al Dp. in.
Kuch lionl nu.tr elotc i-oiinct-tlona at Cairo
Willi nrl-ln ti-ttiner for ft. LoilU, Mem
oh H mill .Vim- Orlean. and ill Kvansvllle wllb
the K. A C. It. It lor all imlnli. North and Eut.
and Willi Ihe Louisville Slall Meamer for all
points on the Upper unto, umnit through re
ceipt mi I'relKht and pinn'iiKir to all poluta
r or niiinrr iiiiuriiiuiiou upni) iu
.SOL. ftll.Vhll, Vatsei
IIAI.LIDAY llllOS., I A ,.
,1, M. l'HILl.ll'H, 'JAt
Or to II J.liltAMMER,
-wiHirinn-nileiit ami tivneral I'rclsht Agent,
liKVju.ly. Kvaalll InHlaua.
The Gamble Wagon
mnR U CnULfMT WAMV MtM
K-jrOTAOrTOET, OHIO LMWMM
j-Vyj-'f " MtiwitBiitJW 11.1