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AS0AI.ON I.UDUE. NO. 61,
Knight of I'ythlat. meet every t'rl
day night lit luilf-past ncven, in Oil J'
r clluws' null J.NO. 11 liottHMAn,
AJ.KXANDEH f.ODOE, NO. Ml.
i,i,.....,i,u,it Order of Odd-rcl-
...m.!! i.virv Thursday Iligllt
'jMSXft- n!iiulf-iteccn, In their ballon
between sixth ami Seventh
T J. ivtlitll, li
CAIUO ENOAM PMENT, I. O. O. P., meet
In Oilit-Kcllowa' Hull on the first und thirtl
Uiii"U) in every iiionin, ui iiuii-inuu acini.
.T.M) II. OlIXHLY, U. I'.
A CAIItOt.ODOE. NO.itn.A.F. A.A.M.
AW ilnlil n iriil.ir ririiimiu ration In Mil
TCJTftoiilc Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' nnd Eighth street, on the second ann
otirth .Monday ofeiicli inoniii.
The next term of tho 1'arlsli School of
the Church ol the lledcemer will begin on
MONDAY, KMIIKIt Oth, nml con-
Untie In c-lon mtcen weeks. I'nilertlio
kimo MipcrvMon and control as It w.i
I iint term, the .School will lie cotiil'Jeteil In
ntlnnlarra inner. Attho licglnrilm; ol the
term a clifs will he formed lor the study
of (I colony.
Application Tor admission imiHt lie made
either to Mm. I. A. Taylor, or thn Hector.
The prlco of tuition will lie only right
dollars lor the term of ixtrcn week, PAY-
A II LIS IN ADVANCE.
Chaiilks A. (Hl.nKliT, Hector.
PIl.Mt'.Xr.K nl I.ntlla llrrhrrl'i.
nitsr-llitll or Every lieaerlpllon
I'llll. II. SALT'S.
T the CllUrim nf 'nlro.
I Would Inform my many friend", that 1
am (till In the auction liuslneM, ami ready
to nttcml to all tale ttittt may offer. My
long cxperlenco in this btislnc. needs no
eommcnl I' Is no experiment cn my part,
and parties cntrntliiK kooJi to my care
need not ho afraid, at I am no 'Vpilb" or
novice In th bulue-.
Special attention Riven to real estate anil
out-door mlcs, ai f htvc never mlrvcil nuk
ing s sale. I) Haiitman, Auctioneer.
Comer Sixth Mrcct and Commercial Av.
iSSX Itiij; "texk L'livrlotx.' nt the Ili'L
i.Cii.N ulllco, $:i 2. tier M.
A cotta-ru on Thirteenth street. betwifn
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
ffVMt. Apply to I)n. .Smith.
Three hn; and very doirahlo family
room, IronUny on the Ohio, at the St.
C!nrlcs Motel, can he had, with board, at
very reasonable ratci during the Summer
month.. Abundance o pure air and per
fect ventilation. T-10-tf.
do nui!.t:c lrr.
Landlord ol hotel, and hoarding Uou-os
will Llndlt to their dantai;e to call upon
Mr. Coleinin, l.autidrcr, No '2 Kourth
street, between Wlilni;lon anil Commer
cial avenitrr. lintel and lioanlliiK-hou.e
wahln(r,"5centperdozcn. Foi piecework
prices are a lollow.: Simile rhlrt and eol
ar, 10c; per dozen .'c; ock fic; two col
lar, fc; twj hamlkerchlelK, fc; aU UOc;
and all gentlemen's wear, rdc. per
doen. Ladles' drecp, 25 to fiOc;
iklrts 10 to Wo; drawer 10 to 15c; two
pair Iip.o re; two collars 5 to 10c. Kor la
dles' plainclothes 51 00 per dozen; lor la
dies line clothes, I i' per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delUercd. I'a
(In In l.ouli llrrlHTl'M for l'll.Ni:-
rirt-cla5 room and board at thu Ar
lington Hoihe, at 2.",S per month.
'1'nos. II. V.ua, l'roprktor.
Mot Ire or Ileninvnl.
The well known barber ehop, comer
l.'iKhth and Commercial, presided ovjr by
:he popular artUt, (Seorgo Steinhotfe, has
removed one door north on I ommcrctal, In
.he Oiand Central Hotel. The new chop I
,argo ami coram Minus, and those wUhlng
lor anyihin;; artl-t!o m the way of fashion
able hair cutting, smooth "haves, etc.. will
Jo well to call at the (liand Central llarber
At the I)ui.i.KTiN bindery 18 numbers
bound in two volume., full gilt inor
rocco; cot SI I ; for sale nt f 10.
Coy-XX Wood stock envelopes at the
llULunr.N olllce. S3 1)0 per M.
It la l'eleH
to attempt to cleanse a stream whl'o the
fountain Is Impure. Dyspepsia, eomplalnts
of tho liver and kidneys, eruptions of tho
nkln, Krolula, headache", and all diseases
urMngiroru Imptiro blood aro at once re
moved by Dr. Walker' California Vine
gar Bitters, tho great and Infallible purilier
ol the blood, ami renovator of tho system.
It has never been known to fall, provided
the patient had not delayed using It until
the vlta'ity ot his system was loo far gone.
7-1 l-d-v I w.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sew-
Ing Machine, hard (piano) tiulth, valued at
tS5. Will ho sold at $20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from tho factory
A No. I) Wllsan Shuttle Sowing Machine
valued at $"!. Will ho sold at 815 discount
and ordorcd direct Irr in the factory.
A S'JO Hcmlngton Sowirg Muchine-$.10
oil' for cash. Suitablo for tailor or hoot nnd
At a bargain, and on good terms, a IIowo
sowing MHChlno. May bo seen at the Com
pany's olllcc, corner Ninth street and Com
"i'lcturesouo America" 18 numbers
hound in a volume, full gilt Morocco j
A etylj "K," "Clough, Warren A Co.'h"
l'orlor Organ, rlKht from tho factory st De
troit. LUt prlco, Moo. win bo sold for
FOU s ALK.
A new two-horse Qainble w agon.
For ny of the above articles, apply nt
tlie I3ULLKTIN Olllcc, E. A, llUHNKTT.
KATKM Ot ADVKRriNIWU.
t3All 1)11 In for advertising, arc due nnd pay
able IN AIiVAIKK,
Transient advertising will be Inserted at the
lule of II on ptri)iinie for the first Insertion
and intents fur each sul,eiuetit oae. A liberal
discount will lie made on standing and dlipUy
Local notices, business or otlierwle, will l
charged leu rent per line for the flrit mid lite
centi for each additional Insertion, (counting
lire line and upirard)) dlcount will be made
after llilnl Insertion.
Church, Hoclety, Prdlvat and Supper notice
will only be incited u adrrrtlscmcntJ
Pur In-ertlng Puncral notice t (. Notice of
tn ttlng orsoclelles or secret orders M centi for
No adtrrtlnenirnt will r received at less than
FIUUAV, AtT.t7.ST20, 187.',.
I,rnl Wrnlhrr Krporl.
Caiho, l.L.,.UKHtK, Is73.
IIar. ITmx. Winu.
7 a m.
i N. VV.
TIIOMJH JONKS, Scrgt. 3. S., U. S. A.
W),000 envcloit'.s, all grade's and piircs,
Jiit receivcil at the Ui'llktin ot olllcc.
Thu polk-c force just at preent Is rather
slim, tliere beliij; but two nl'ht police
A full .'t't of upper teeth, which the
owner can have by calling at thU ofllcc
and paying charges.
Me.;rr'. .1. llurger & Co. are nelllng
light and dark kid glove? at .V) cts. Step
In and fee them.
The city throughout was unusually
quiet yesterday, nothing ol Imporlancc
The excursion to Jackson, Tennessee,
was not attended by as large a number
of Cairo people as was expected.
't he .elden-lrwln theatrical company,
we are told, will visit Cairo about the llf-
teentli of September, and remain one
In .w York.
Mr. Jacob llurger is now in New York,
where he Intends purchasing one of the
largest htoeks of dry goods that ever
came to this city.
To ! I'inlahrd.
It Is -aid that the telegraph poles and
wire of the Cairo A: .St. Louis narrow
augu nillro ui win bu llnlshed by the
llrst of September.
The brick building being erected by
Mrs. S. II. Ualllday, next to the Arab en-
iriuc house, on Commercial avenue, Is
now fait approaching completion.
The uc.t thing In the amusement line
on the topic1, is the excursion on the
learner Idlcwild, which takes place one
week from to-morrow nlirht.
I'he llrm of .1. llurger & Co., in order
to make loom for their large and full
stock, which is soon to arrive, aro selling
all brand-; ol prints at i cents.
The trains on the Cairo & Vincennes
railroad, w hich have been running Irregu
larly for tho past two weeks, will again
commence running on regular time this
Want It Flieil.
The people residing on Twenty-eighth
street aro complaining of the bad con
dition of that thoroughfare, and desire us
to call the attention of our city author!
ties to the fact.
Health Olllcer Ilrown lias been tloinf
but little in the way of looking to the
good of the city's health for sonus weeks
past, owing to various obstacles, but will
again be vigilant in ills efforts to avoid
sickness In our eily. nowthatthu Miwers
l'er.-ous having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by calling on. I. S. Hawkins, Cross street
1 have a man and pump employed all the
tltnu for tho purpose. S-20-2w
.Mr. .J. M. Phillips' lino new brick, at
thu corner of Fourteenth street and
Washington avenue. Is now nearly com
plcted, and isn decided improvement to
thu neighborhood. Mr. Phillip? lias
moved his store into tho building.
The IinlKiitM Templar t.xciimlon.
The moonlight excursion under the
auspices ot tho Knights Templar of this
city, on the steamer Kckcrt last night,
was a complete success. A Ian o nuin
bcr of people participated in the event,
and all enjoyed themselves to their en
We aro told that at a recent meeting of
the Presbyterian Sunday-school, it was
decided that tho scholars of tho school
should glvo mi entertainment about tho
second week lu September, for the pur
pose of obtaining money to purchase a
Mr. J. A. Pncard, superintendent of
tho public schools of Chicago, wns at tho
SI. Charles yesterday.
Tho Paducah AVti, of the 17th,
said: "Mr CummlngH.ono of thu Cairo
Magistrates, has, been In tho city to-day
In attendance on the bunkrupt court.
Ho represents matters all quiet lia Cairo.'
Tills uicnns Coming of course.
Exit "Bala Watr."
His Honor. Mayor Winter, yesterday
morning superintended the opening of tho
sewer In person, and tho 'ralti water"
in ouf city, which has crc itcd so rnneh
talk, will soon be a thing of the past.
Messrs. Halllduy llros. arc busily en
gaged In repairing and arranging for
immediate use, tho old Cairo Kleva
torCo's building, which they propose to
change lutoii mammoth stave and bar
Wc understand that Messrs Hcilhron A
Well, who several years ago removed
from Cairo to Chicago, Intend returning
to this city soon to resume the dry goods
business, which they were formerly en
gaged lu hcrcj
Tho hotel business, notwithstanding
the dullness in nearly every other branch
ol bii'ltiess, is said to Ik; very good Just at
present. The number of arrivals at the
various hotels of tills city, ns published
lu the 11li.i.i:tis. would Indicate the
We would call the attention ol ourclty
authorities to the condition of the cross
ing on the cast side of Washington ave
nue, corner of Thirteenth street. It is In
a very unsafe condition, and wc would
not be surprised to hear of some one
breaking a limb, unless it is repaired
Chnrrh fonfrrenre and Nnndajr
The African Methodist EpNcopal
church conference will meet at Sparta on
the Sth of September. On the 12th day
ol September the Sunday school conven
tion of that denomination wilt meet at
the amc place. Mr. John Gladncy, of
this city, who is a member of the com
mittee, is making arrangements to attend
A High Tlrar.
The soiled doves of the lower part of
town had a nigh time on Wednesday
night. Contrary to the order of the
mayor, they got tight, ''flaunted like the
gilded butterfly," and aroused the neigh
borhood for squares around. They were
cut short, however, by the apjcaraiie of
the police on the scene, and a number of
them were arrested and lined, and the
balance, who had a share of the sport,
will be made to answer to thu charge of
disorderly conduct before Judge Mini
Mr. O. Haythorn, of the llrm ot Hay-
thorn & Co., is now in the hast laying in
a stock of goods. Mr. Haythorn's manv
years' experience in tho boot and shoe
and dry goods business in Cairo lias
made him thoroughly acquainted with
the wants of our people, and we can as
sure them that the immense stock of
Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, etc., that will
follow bis return will not only be the lar
gest but also the most complete ever
brought to this market ; Micrt-foru hold
your orders for fall and winter goods for
b few days, uml give yourselves the bene
fit of good bargains.
A liftd niapoaltlonrd Mule.
"A stubborn mule is the wust thing a
feller can fool with." That's what Josh
Hillings says, and his assertion is cou-
llrmed by John Heed, an tip-town negro
boy. John tried to ride a mule into the
water between Fourteenth aud Eight
eenth streets, yesterday, but the mule
didn't seem to care about going. The
negro struck him a stunning blow with a
large stick, and in he went not the mule
but the negro boy right over the ani
mal's head. He struck the bottom of the
pond so hard with his unprotected head,
that his neck came near being broken, aud
I'eed came to the conclusion that it was
no go, and gave the work up as a bad
The Mayor nnd the health Olllcer ad
monish the people to kill, by the use of
lime, the smells almost certain to result
from the disappearance ot the rain water
that has accumulated in the low places
of the city during the recent season of
high water in the rivers. We think there
is no reason to tear for the health of the
city none whatever. It Is now tho
healthiest place in the world, nnd the lit
tle floating islands ol vegetation, will run
out through the sewers leaving no disa
greeable stenches behind. Tho smells
will be of nard and cassia, which the
west winds, with musky wing, will 'bout
our shaded streets all fling as it were.
Business in the police courts of Cairo
lias again dwindled down to almost noth
ing, and Judge Bird, who is attending to
the greater part of the work, during the
time county court is in session, iluils
plenty of time to rest. There were four
oflenders before His Honor yesterday :
The llrst was a colored man named John
Thomas, who was up for assaulting
and striking a colored damsel named
Magge Chambers. Thu cvldenco war
ranted His Honor in making John pay
for the pugilistic Am he indulged in at
Maggie's expense, and the prisoner was
lined ten dollars and costs. Ho couldn't
pay, and went to the calaboose where ho
will sojourn lor six days, nt the expenso
of the city.
Ida Winsor, Minnie G lover and I.illle
Glover, three inmates of one of the dis
reputable houses of this city, while in a
high state ot good humor on Wednesday
night, indulged too freely in intoxicating
drinks and become tight. They were
not, however, too full for utterance, for
it is said they were quite profuse with
their words, and made a big noise. They
were arrested by Officers Woolen and
Schuster, who took them before Judge
Bird yesterday morning for trial, They
were lined live dollars and costs, which
they paid, and were allowed to go their
way, but not until they had listened to a
few words of advice from Ills Honor
"tore Boom fur Kent.
Tho lower story of the house occupied
by William Winter, thu artist, on Sixth
otroct. Enquire of Wan Winter or Dr.
Parker. Mini, Jcma Davis.
Wonlda't fltral n Med Jllekel."
She was an Innocent looking girl,
darker than cream color somewhat but
not as black as soot. Afiershe had work
ed about n day, a number of nickels were
missing out ol n drawer, then some frac
tional currency, and then a whole pocket
book with all that was hi It.
Wu remarked to her, with a heavy
Irown upon our benevolent features:
"Here, now, 1 want that pocket book,
" 'ForeGod, 1 don't know nothln' 'bout
your money. 1 never seed no money in
this house. What bus'ness I got vlsltln'
people's pockets. Don't you b'leve me?"
"No, r don't. A girl who will steal
will not hesitate to He. Of course you'll
lie about it."
"But 1 don't lie. I don't tell no
stories to nobody. If you were to send
a p'llceman after mu this minute, I'd re
plete the same story to him I'm repletlu'
to you. I never 'stracted one red nickel
out ol this houe. It 1 was to be hung,
and prodticiii' a nickel would save my
life, 1 couldn't produce one red nickel. I
didn't leave my last place for stealln',
'fore God, I didn't. I left It Vauso I
would go out every night to church and
fcstlbals. For Instance. If I'd go out to
night to a ffstlbal, all the same I'd wnnt
to go out to-morrow night. But I'sc
Tears rolled down her innocent cheeks,
and she walked out sorrowfully with our
pocket book In her pocket, stiah ! But
we couldn't follow the matter up. Her
Innocence tilumphed over our love of jus
tice, and now she Is robbing our neigh
bor, which h at least some consolation.
The following letter was received at
this olllce yesterday, in regard to the
game of ball between Paducah and Cen
tralla clubs. It will be seen from thu let
ter that the Paducahltes have had their
Ire arou-ed just a little by the Item
published In the Bi'llktin a low days
ago, and as the secretary of thcCentralia
club, who Is now In this city, Informed
us yesterday that he had been authorized
and had challenged the Idlewllds to play
for from one hundred and fifty to five
hundred dollars it is very likely the mat
ter will be definitely settled within a day
or two. Wc herewith append the letter :
P-idumii, Kv., August 10th, 1S75.
Ennoit Bi'llktin : I notice In your
Sunday's paper an article headed a
Side," stating that the idlcwild basu ball
club ot this city had been challenged to
play lor that amount by thu Ceutrall.t
club, the iraiuc to be played in Cairo. Wc
have not received any challenge from
Centralla, but If that burir so desires It. I
think we can "cover their pile" for that
amount. It must be understood, how
ever, that we are not iirofesslonals and
do not propose to play any but amateurs
moeo mat ueiong to tne ccnirauaciuu.
In other words, they will not bu allowed
to send to St. Louis nnd Chicago for
players. lours, Arc,
C. II. HO.VNIN,
Ut Baseman Idlewilds
OFENIWO OF THE BEWEBB.
Mayor's Order Take Xotlrr.
The public nro hereby notified that this
morning the public scwors will bu opened
for the purpose of conveying the rain and
sine water Into the river, 'i'he length of
time the sainulmbetiu on people's prem
ises, will ot necessity, cuUc considerable
stench when removed unduu. broiling sun
comes in contact with the rcttisu lea' on
the ground. It is therefore necessary tor
the public health aud welfare, that some
steps should bu taken to prevent disease
arising therefrom therefore, I, Henry
Winter, Mayor of the City of Cairo, do
request aud order all good citl.ens,
as soon as tho sine water Is olT their
premises, to forthwith lime or disinfect
by some means their premises. All pub
lic places will receive thu attention of the
city authorities. By thl means the air
will become pure and prevent disease.
All persons disobeying this order will
be held accountable under the ordinances
of the city. All police constables will
govern themselves accordingly.
Henry Vv inter, Mayor.
Khella or the Ocrnn.
Twenty-ilve barrels sea shells, suitable
for gardens, bordering, Ac, for sale by
S-15-.'lt. Twelfth and Levee.
Lonla Herbert baa PIIJSEXKK.
SfDeliclous Pllsener Beer at Scliocn-
Now is your time to secure Uarjuns at
e-7-3t O. llAYTIIOHN Co'H.
A cottaRC, No. 3J Tenth street, between
Wlilngton and Walnut. Apply to Chas.
.at I.oula Her-
IflrXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Bulletin olllce, printed,
S3 50 and SI 00 per M.
P1LSKNEU nt Louis Herbert's.
Wood and Coal.
Wood, $1 per cord-50 cents oil" for
cash. Big Muddy coal by the ear load 3
per ton. All goods delivered.
C. n . Wiieei.eu it Co.
Omen ami Vaiih. Tenth street, be
tween Commercial ami Washington ave
jr All the go-PllseuciBecr. Schoen-
Ten pound letter heads, largo sUe, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other papr used In Cairo for print
ing letter heads-ordinary composition
only $4 50 per thousand at thu Bulletin
Ticket lor tho Grand Open-AIr Con
cert to bo given by the Delta City Cornet
Band, on thu evening ot August 'J.'ith,
can bo had of Paul G. Scliuh, J. Burger,
Phil Saup, and Butler Bros. Tickets,
only 35 cents. 8-17-td
fair Go to Schoemueyer's aud try his
Pllsener Been MW
Mtlll They Com.
Cowperthwalt & Phillips have just re
ceived a fresh lot of La llosa Do Santiago
Cigars. Try them. 8-11-lw,
Caiiio, III., TiitmstuY Kvkxi.vo, )
Al'oukt Id, 1B7".
The weather is clear, dry, and almost
unseasonably cool. The rivers nre stilt
declining. Thu sewers wero opened this
morning, uiid n few days will tlnd thu
city entirely freed from Its accumulation
of rain and slpe water, and n few barrels
of lime Judiciously distributed, will keep
Cairo ns It Is and has been Ihe healthiest
city on the two rivers.
Business Is very quiet and shows any
thing clc but a healthy, lively condition,
There Is very little activity In any of thn
leading !!nu. Flour is in better Mipply
and iunctive. Prices are weak on new,
but sound, old stocks nre llrinly held. In
hay, there Is a small local demand lor
choice, and none ollerlng ; n few ears
would llnd ready sale. Tnc demand for
corn Is light but lu excess of receipt", aud
prices nre linn and unchanged. New
oatsare generally damp and hard to coll.
Old oats are firm nt previous quotation.
Corn meal l.s plenty nnd dull. Butter
and eirirs nru scarce and In demand.
Young chickens are slow, but old hens
are In good demand. Clear s!dc nre llrm
aud In good demand at good price.
Hams are plenty and quiet. Freights aro
scarce and tonage plenty.
9Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices hero given nro usually for
sales from llrst hands In round lot", in
tilling orders and for broken lots it is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
The market U better supplied and drag
ging, although stocks are still very small.
Prices aru weaker on new llour but
holders of old are firm. Wc note sales of
200 barrels on orders $."i 007 7.1; 100 bar
rels $.-i 00(2,7 'J5; l-r. barrels city SO 000
S :0 ; 100 barrels 50 000.7 00: 100 bar
rels $0 O0fJ7 00.
Transactions sru conilucd to the few
bales sold Irom store, owhi'; to scarcity
of supplies of choice, of which there Is
none in market. A luw oar would llnd
ready sale for filling order. We hayi.
no sales to report.
Thu market is bare of choice. The de
mand Is limited to the lllllng nf orders
and local demand for milling purposes.
Prices aru unchanged and llrm. Sales
were 1 car white mixed lu sacks deliver
ed 80c; 1 car mixed in sacks delivered
70c ; 1 car mixed in bulk on track 70c.
There is no shipping dcinaLd, and only
a limited demand for No. 2 to fill orders.
Old is scarce and steady at 0.ie. llecclpts
ot new are generally damp aud unsaleable.
Wc note sales of 125 sacks new delivered
37010c ; 50 sacks new, wet, delivered
20o ; 1 car old in sacks delivered 3c,
The market is well supplied, aud coun
try meal Is dull aud hard to sell. City
meal lluds a good market for all that is
ottered. Sales were 100 barrels steam
dried S3 50; -50 barrels city -team dried
$ II 05.
There Is very little in market. Tho
demand although not large Is In excess
of supplies. The mills quote .?1J!20
sacked and delivered.
The demand for choice continues steady
and lu excess of the siinnlv. Itinlnis
have been smaw, a .tmUa ,f ,,n i.-tmu
nre light. Sales were: '.OOUis cnoK
Southern Illinois, .Oo; 200 lbs choice
Northern, 2;ic;100 lbs choice Southern
Illinois, 2022o; -I pkgs. choice, -':)c;
100 lbs choice Northern, 22 'AV.
llecclpts of fresh find ready sale atl2c
aud nre too small to supply the local de
mand. We note sales of 100 do, at 12Je;
100 doz. nt 12jc ; 200 doz. at 12Jc ; 1 Box
Wo note sales of .100 lbs N. Y. Factory
Young chickens aro plenty and dull
except for choice large selected. Old
hens find ready salu on arrival. Wo
note sales of 5 coops old hens $:i 50 ; 5
coops young S2 25; 20 dozen young $2
2 50; 2 coops choice young $2 50.
Choice peaches and grapes llnd a ready
market. Apples arc almost unsaleable,
will not pay freight and charges on ship
ments. Sales were 20 barrels apples
Sll 25; 25 boxes tomatoes 20!i0c; 00
boxes peaches 15C0c; 1 1 boxc- choice
Thu market is baru of clear sides and
shoulders, and there Is an active Inquiry
at fair prices. Plain hams are overstock
ed and a little dull.
Aro selling from wagons at 75 lu U0u
per bushel ; fram 'tore lu small barrels
at ?2 00 per barrel. Thu demand is very
A l ine Kealtleut-e for NtUo or llent.
Corner Holbrook avenue and Twenty
fourth street. Largo yard and garden (K
lot); plenty of fruit and shmbbury; ood
htabluaud carriage home. Will sell on
very cay terms. The hoitm contains ten
rooms. J. H. Phillips.
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo to taille i& 7 Hours,
Laava Cairo, -Arrive
4:00 a. m.
11:00 a. in.
PafMngen. for Kuvill leaving Cairo via
t'Htro fc Vlnroiinen itallroadut u, in.,
make closu connections ut Cannl, and mien
Evaimville at 11 o'clock the iiirnc morning.
TEN HOBir.B aOOAKK than hy unynther
route. M. II. r.OUlMMOII,
JAH. MAIXORY, , lien. Passenger Agt
l'aminger Agent, Cairo.
Steamer Jim Fl.k, Paducnli.
'no. h. Klioads, St. Louis.
" City of VIeksburg, Vicksburg
ft .'no.'.U. Maude, St. Louis.
" T. F. Eekert, Thebes.
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Tow-boat A. J. Baker, Thebe.
" AJax, New Orleans
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
'! John L. Bhoads, litUburg.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
" John II. Maude, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
ItlVEIl AMI WL'ATIIEIl.
The fiver last evening was 37 left h
inches on thegauge, haying fallen 20 Inch
esdurlng thcpruvlous2l hours. The sew
ers were opened yesterday morning, and,
already the sipe water in some places
lmws a decline.
The Jno. II. Maude was deeply laden
The Ark Is bringing out a tow of
coal for the AJax.
The steamer Mary Boyd broke a
wrlt and threw her pitman, pl'ton rod
nnd T hend overboard In the iuot ap
A tier of 200 barrels of salt broke a
hole through the floor of llalll
day's warehouse ye(cniay, and fell Into
Ihe mud below.
Thu Inspectors of Nahllle have
been ordered to maku an Invctlgitlon
Into thu cause of the explosion of the
boilers of thu Hugh Martin.
Wu understand that the dltllcultlc
connected with thu railroad tran-ler J.
S. Morgan nre about to ha sullied, and
wc may see her out of Umbo to-day.
The Paducah News says the steamer
Jim risk has been newly painted, and
"looks a handsome as Joslu Manslleld
lu whlto silk, low neck, short sleeves,
Uesh colored stockings, golden slippers
nnd pinned back tight.'"
The Falls Pilot turned bultom up
ward nt Cottonwood bar, live miles above
raduean yesterday, i no crew all swam
n'hore. Shu was going from Paducah to
Henderson, without a low, and, without
any warning turned up-lde down. She
Is a folal loss.
The T. F. Eekcrl cainu Into port at
one o'clock yesterday with the A. J.
Baker in tow.havlng succeeded In'gcttlng
her alloat after shoveling overboard lour
or live hundred tons of mud. She will be
repaired either at the Cairo dock
or at Mound City. The Eekert had close
work getting ready to meet her engage
incut with thu Knights Templar last
evening, and alter getting the Baker in
shape so that it would be sale to lean
her, thu crew felt more like going to bed
than on a moonlight excursion.
"Vaii Depaiitmkst, lilVCf UEI'OIIT, I
August U. if'i. S
.rATIO.Vj. LOW WATKH.
t. im. rr. . is.
Cairo iT -2 1
1'ittslmrK 4 -
Cinciiiimti 11 a n
Louisville s in .. 1
.VukivIN.- 7 u .v .1
til. Louis 1.1 10 I
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
and all way landings.
The unrlvallnt slile-niieel simmer
I). (1. FowLKn Matter.
Kd, It. Thomas Clerk,
111 leave KTanmillle for Cairo every MONDAY
andTHUltSll.VY ut t o'clock p. In.
Leaves Cairo every TUESDAY und FltlDAY.nl
t) o'clock p, m.
The elegant side-wheel ateaincr
Hem Uowahd Muster.
WALTKII II, 1'EN.NlNUTO.f Clerk.
Will leave Kraiisvllle for Cairo every TUKS-
DAY and Fill AYnt 4 o'clock p. 111.
Will leave Cuirnevery WKDNKSDAY and SAT
UllDAYatO o'clock p.m.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
John fiorr Mutter
Mat. Williams Clerk.
Leave Evntuvlllc for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and SATUItAIlY nt 0 p. m.
U-aves Cairo every IHUKSDAY and SUNDAY
at II p III.
Kuril boat niuVf 3 close connections at Cairo
Willi llist-chus steamers for M. Louis, Mem
pliisnnd.Vew Orleuns, und nt KmiusvIIIc with
the k. .v c. u. It lor nllpolnls.soitliuuil r.nst.
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers for all
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through le-
cclpts on freight und passengers to nil jhWiik
J 'or flu Hit r Information apply to
.SOL. SILVKK, Vassenger Agent.
J.M I'llII.Lll'S. JARlnl"-
li. .1. (illAJl.Ml.li,
Superintendent nnd Hvneral Freight Agent,
l.VailB MIL' IU11U1UI,
I. WOOD, Madison, did,
WHOLE8ALE AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Cloae.
Corner lOta St. and Commercial Av
. C1IB0. IUINOIl
0. 0. PATIER ft CO.
WN CH HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Colun
FOH 8 ALK.
Several good Farms ami 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands In Alexander oui ty.
"Winter's Block" and "Wlntt' Uw."
A lar,'e number ol desirable Hetldencei,
aud excellent vacant Lots, iitltable for
bu li,cs liim-es and rcsldanccs.
House on Nineteenth street, for 0, with
privilege of Icaso.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel, OfH.
ces or HuMncss room cheap.
Tcnomenu numbered -I, 7, S and P, In
Winter's How, r rooms each, for $10 ftr
No. 10, (corner) 12 59-7 rooms.
Tnat d'sl-nlile double Cottage ou corner
ol Thl tcvntli and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth anil Kicventh itrcetn,
unliable for Dwelling and Business.
Two hou-cs on Commercial, below Sixth
itrcet, suitable for Business Houses and
Two imall IIoues west of Twenty-second
street, near Pine, ft each per month.
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 room, for S?U per month.
Business housj ou Levee, near Eighth
street, lor 20 per month.
FOB LEASE, OR SALE.
A number of Lots ou Levet, nbov
Twelfth street, outside fire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots In different
i Lsnd, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Rough 8c Ready
Ihe Bella Cornet and Siring Bud
Will Givo an Excursion to
Cairo & Vincennes R R.
Sunday, August 22nd, 1875.
Leaving Cairo .Suutlay morning at8:30 o'cIckV.
Mmiiul City at tf: ., .Mm-rlci at Wi. Catntonia
iit'Jtl" New (Srantl Chain at KAI, Kern Mill at
U.li. rlknapat:.v I'unnanut hw, llrnlcr
nt 10:111s. Vienna at lu;IS, arriving atTunnel Hill
tit IU.I a in , ami ntiirn to Cairo the umo
A roikI time may he anticipate!, aa there wilt
be muili', ihiiicing- and rcl'rmhnirnta on th
KrnutxN ft Uexpei'titl that nil will participate,
as tills cscurskm will he the "blgK"t thing" of
The llouirli A Hearty Fire Coruiuny will go In
full uniform. . .
Kurclrom Cairo ami MounUUty, i w lor
round trip. . , ,
run; lruin America, vmi-uonia, jr"' .ii;u.
Kerr Mill ami lltlWnnp 7" cent for round trip.
n t ormim, isenner anil itnnawcuun
for round trip.
COMMITTEE ON TnASSPOKTATIOS.
Fred. Itross, II. Meyers, Cbarlfs Patenter, P.
COMMlTTEi: OX ItKI RKSH.ME.NT3.
Hriiry" lllfilmn, P. Ilofliclns.
COMMITTEE O.N MUSIC.
Ilarr -Scliuli, Wm. Luitwfjr.
COMMITTEE OS PANCI-NO AND MUSIC.
,lolm Kothlcr, W.T. llcerworth.
'.3-TicVeU for sale at Paul Sichuli'a drug
Mure, II Meyer's cigar store aud Under Bros'.
Jewelry ttore, -l-tt.
"I S hereby given that default having been mode
A. rr iuoiu than sixty days In the, payment of
vmtuiiu ol me umouui secureti io w pain uy a
eert..ln morlgnKe eevuted by James M lleverly
to 111 lain C. Wetmor and rretlerlck Town
lend, administrators, Ac. ofKlltm Townscnrl,
dmiiseil, dated .luly 4th, 1WI and recorded ra
the recorder's olllce In uud for Alexituder eoua
I J", in the state uf Illinois, in luok Ioa a
:7, Ac , und in thesltice ol the register of deeds
lu the city of Cairo, in said county und Shite, la
liook E of deeds, on uge Ac. We, the un
dersigned, suld mortgagees, will ou Satiinlav,
the eleventh day of September next, A 1), 17,
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of Unit day, under
and by virtue of the power of sale contained in
snld mortgage sell, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the orllce bulidlng of
the trustees of the Cairo City l'roisirtyat the cor
ner nf WNSiilugton avenue ami Klghleenth street.
In suid city nf Cairo, In Alexander county and
Male of Illinois, all Ihe right, title and inteiast
of said .fames M. Ileveily, or hi assigns, la
aud to lots numbered I J (thirteen) and 11 four
teen,) In Mock numbered .'."J (iwenty-nlue) In
said city ofCuiro, according to tho recomwt plat
Ihereol, with the uppiirlenancea. to sutlsfy the
purposes and condition of said Mortgage
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, August ICth, IaT5.
WILLIAM C WKT.MOUK,
MRS. I. J. SPEARS,
Weit aide Commercial Avenue, batweep
Klshth and Ninth atreeta,
iv..vt i1n.,s ,n .1 Itnever'ri drv irnods store.)
A full line of thelatistand most faihlouable
HATS AND BONNETS
Ribbons Lnccs and Trimmings,
from the cheapen to the moil costly. Lad lea
will llnd any nnd everything- tn her store for a
complete street, ball or party ouint.
Price to compete with any in Ihe Weal,
J3-.lo agent for the Home Mewing Muchlna.
A BOOK F0RTHE MILLION
WIMaiWi IX ssiaal li llM.wla m
li.il tlMsmtM I lbs mIsm sf rnrcS-ssasa, liamilsa
il neaf lulta. ts.
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tun, lik lasmu aattsflaas. aa aisiiln nlaaati
Isbnasiln lor Um was tn awki nsfiliM aur
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if ktr.salaMUnatrslMsIf maatkHa,
Sinn npstsUra U nsM wIas, aaa sassM k li taaasl-
tu 4r ef trsey suls u4 hauls lamaaisi tts mMm
tats). II mliTTTTUl H nalsl lkiia
ui intra law U tail kaswtsi, aa4 aat laatls at
Hinn lit. hmu' DHyutvj , . MaMk Ms
Bt Usui, Ms.
Nttlct it ! 'Mlctasj tM Ualartaaiat. "
Uhn spslrlst ts uis asavUas aaalsvka aanrassl at
rubllo vspsrt. sr wim aill'll. fsraas Or.
katu' or. m auusr aksl rat SJaMka fcn) Sas-
Vi. talis aaaapaia a I las H asass at taaaati
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LAKE FOREST ACADEMY.
A College rreTMmlary nm AeajUnsI
Fulleoulinwa with eorp of six axptrleaMd
teachers Vour mala Krailuatas of KuU"?!'
lee. Uoartl aud 'lulUon, WO
rill Term begin Saul. 9. for eoUI""