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ASCALOX l.ODUK, NO. St.
KtilKlitflof I'ythlia, mceti every YtU
ilnr nlKlit nt hJlf-pnst seven, 111 Odd
renown' Hull Jito. If Uosbiian,
,i.,r.A,.M)r.H IjUUUK, nu, -at,.
Inilctwiiilrnt (Inter of Odd-reW
mows, inecin every jnurwuiy i iih
nt Imir.tirtti i.pi'ti. In ihnlr iiall on
Commercial aunui-, betwrcti lxth nnd Seventh
Sllll'Id, i J . JlHII U
f"U"tO IINCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. t, meets
Win Udd-t'ellnw' Mull ontlic first mid third
I uesOnv In cry mould, ut lialf-iuil sewn.
Itio. II. OlUttlLV, C. I'.
A CAIItOLOIlOi:. NO. '237, A. K, A A. St.
mflVi Hold rt-ulnr communications In Sin
fJ sonic Hull, comer Commi-rclat avenue
' ' ninl l;lKlith utrcct, 011 the econd and
'mirth MhikIuv ofiw.b month.
I'll r Ml School.
The noxt term of tho Parish School of
tho Cliureli nt the He loonier will begin on
M(miay, 1 j:miii:i: mil, una inn.
tlnuc III sendon HMecn week". I'ndrr tlio
nimo hUt'cnlslon and control a It was
last term, tlio School will he coml'icti-d In
11 similar mmncr. At the bcglnnlm; ol tho
term a clts will ho fotincd lor the study
Apiillcitlon for iidmle loii must he made
either to Sir. 1. A. Taylor, or thn Hector.
Tho price of tuition will Im only elj(ht
ilolhtm (or tho term of -ixtccn week, I'.vv
Af.i.r. in aiiVaxok.
Ciiakm-.s A. (ln.isKin, Hector.
Plf.NKNKK lit l.oillo Herbert.
KATI.M or aiti:ii I ll.J.
tOAll lilllii forcdicrtltlni;, nrcdiicHnd pay
able t.V ADVANCE.
Transient advertising vrlll U- Inserted ut tlm
ruto ofl I Wl per square for the llret Insertion
and W tcnti for each ub-cuciit one. A liberal
discount will denude on standing mid dlduy
Iocl notices, biulue.s or otherwise, will he
charged ten cents per line for the first midlife
cents for each additional Insertion , (counting
live lines nnd upward) a dltcmiiit will lie made
nfli'r third Inn-rtlnn.
Church, Sochly, Feillvnl nnd npior nutlcM
will only hclniirtrd mwlvc ills' iwnts.
FnrlnM-itlng Kiiniml notice l 10. Notice of
liii-etlnif of societies or fcut orders ' cents fur
each liiM rtlon
.Vondurllsrtnctit will he recclnl at le llmu
ritiDAV, HKi'Ti:.Miir.i: in, isth.
7 11 in
I.iiciiI Weill her Heporl.
(vino. H.L., epl. ''.liO.
Vul. 1 WCATIIKII
Itui. I Tin. I Wish. J Vki..
nn.f.i 71, I s 1 1
THOMAS JONKH, Bern I. . S.
A cook man preferred.
Apply at tlu!
Taken up, hy tho subscriber, on the
county road rom Cairo to Mound CHy, two
mulei" Irom Cairo, 011 the .'Villi day ol Au
gut, 11 youu tall am red cow; hlac face
miller hit In right rail hall Mope oir tip of
lilt car. Tho owner can ha' c them by
calling and pa) Ing charge.'.
n-2;t Ml'.MtOK llDWAltll!".
KldurS. K. Mnbu'V (AdvuntNt,) will
liolil a protracted tnectlii; nt tlio Clui-s-tlan
chtircli, voiiimciicliii .Sunday, .Sept.
l-'tli, 1 S7w, nt 10::W) a. 111. The public are
Invited to attend. !M0-2t.
One or llic Wllllninon oiiiily
lillix ArrcHleil 111 inm uy.
JDuptity .Shcrlll' .lolin Cain, of this
city, and 1. F. I.owu, or Williamson
county, arrested In this city yesterday
nncrnoon, 11 man naintd Siain Music, who
Ih cald to be tlio tnan who murdered
William tfpence, In Craucllle, last July.
He Is al.o sunpccted of having engaged
in the assassination of Captain George
W. Shney, at larbondale. Since the
murder of Spciico at Cranevlllc, Mudu
has been staying al (irccntlfld's Land
ing, oppodle lliti city, In Missouri.
1 1 will pay all close, cash buyers
to examine the new Mock of O. Hay
thorn A t'o.
Our I'ciiilvntlnry liilornuuil.
Aday or two ago, wo published a
"tnlcmeiit by a Mr. Fodt,Jut out of the
penitentiary, In which he complained of
the maungemont of the .Toilet Institution.
Foot, we aru Informed by Shcrlll Irvln,
U known as Old Foot, and hai been rec
ognized In years past as one of tlio ablest
ncak thieves in the country. He has
adorned tlie inside of .several penitentia
ries, nnd ought to Know how tho'c Insti
tution should he mati:i"vd. He was
sent up from Cairo tor stealing n trunk
out of the boarding liou'e of .lolin Sack'
be riser, and was arreted for the crime
only a few weeks after being discharged
from the Misaouri penitentiary.
I'rlmtc I.rsiiii In (Jcriiniii, Ar.
l'rof. .lo.tpli Frick will give private
lemons in (Jerinan, IJook-kcephig, Ac.,
on tin; most reasonable terms. I'artiet:
lars may be obtained by application to
the l'rofesor, at his residence, or
through the post-olllce. !t-7-3t
llnsc Hullo ori:i'r.v lleici IpUuii
IMIII. II.. SALT'S.
To till' ( Illen ill Cnlro.
1 would inform my many friend', thst I
am still in the auction hiltlne", and ready
to attend to all ale that may olfcr. Sly
lonj; cxpctlcni'o In thl Im-lncis needs no
comment Ik Is no e.pirliiiont in my jiart,
and parties entrutlng jsoodi to my ore
need not bo afraid, as I am no '.nulli' or
novice in thB hii-lncs.
Special atlenlloii ivcu to reul o-t itc and
iiui-door alc, a I hive never mls-ed mak
ing a sale. I). IIaktma.v, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth Mreet and Commercial A v.
A 'o. 1 l.nilllllr .
It U now conceded that Sirs. Coleman,
ihe liundre-s, N. 1 Fourth street, hc
tween Wishliu'tiu & CommercUl avenueii,
has one of the best conducted laundry ci"
tahllthmc'rits r.i the city, and landlords ol
hotel ami boarding 'loil-es mil tiiid It to
their sdvantsi,'c to call upon her.
Her price are as billows : Hotel and
boardliig-hoiuc wahlni?, 7."i ceuts per
do.cn. Foi piece work price are
as follow,: .Single fchltl and col-
ar, 10c; per docu sCe; oi:l:s &c; two col
lar', 5c; two handkerchlel-, fc; veHs 'Jdc;
and all gentlemen's wear, 60c. per
dozen. Ladles' ilrcsc, i' to MIc;
skirts 10 to 1!0 drAWera 10 to 15c; two
l.nlr hoi.0 tic: two collar" 5 t" lfc. For la-
dies' nhiln clothes fl 00 per dozen; lor l.v
Hps ilnis etothcs. at ii Her dozen; done
ilramptly, and promptly delivered. I'
tronaije i-ollclteil Mt-lm
Hit 10 Mulls llniierlN lor ril."Si:-
a Hue M(mk.
Wm. Llilers de-ires to inform hU par
rons and the nu He generally, that he lia-
ny on hind a laro stock ot Fri tie'J and
German ' al-, Kip and SI tocco, and i pre-
pared to tnanutacturo, lor tore and oirico
wear, the tliie-t of Slomrco or Csll Skin
hhocs or Ho ts; and lor firmars, draymen
and out do r wear ifenerally, his French
Kip.stmidi above anything ever olleicd lu
ml. market. Ills Lasts are ol the. latent
styles and he can guarantee a tit and atl
taction to all his patrons. U :l-tt
IPaySpcrlal bargains in i'.loaehed and
Hrown Cottons tills wick, at t). Hay
thorn A Co;
i"!n In Charles .Schociiint'ycr'.s for fri.'sli
-Mr. Dya T. I'arker and hi son
Tweed, left yestcrdey afternoon On the
Illinois Central railroad, the I'oriner go
ing to Ottawa to attend tlie lair of State
Hoard of Agriculture, of which Institu
tion he is general superintendent, while
Tweed goes to Champaign to attend the
university at that place.
EJTTIhcncr lieer at George La'.luer's
Saloon, on Coniinercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
Till' I'lilli iTl I.lisl Aliclit
The concerto! the i'lx'-byterian Sunday
school scholar, hi the church last even
ing was well attended. The concert was
very interesting and pleasing to all, and
proved very beneficial in a pecuniary
point of view to the library fund.
I11G INDl'CKMFNTS OFFKHKh
IN" C1C.AJLS AMI TOBACCO. AT
COWI'KltTlI WAIT A PHILLIPS'.
We have received another job lot of
lima. which we oiler to-day at lo than
half tilth' value. O. IIaytiioux & Co,
85y Frcsli and cool I'ilseucr every day
at diaries Sehoenineyer'.-.
I'lLSKKKIt at Louis Heiboi t's.
Kvcryhody to liiiow that ihc place to ejet
A smooth shave,
A food shampoo,
A fashlonablo hall-tilt,
Or anj thing lu that line,
Id at tho GitANP Cbviuai, Hauiii
slior, corner r.igiuu huh uuinuuitiui.
US-tf . GKOmiE SlKtNllOf.sK.
r. lMltncr Hecr at George I.attner's
Saloon, on CotnmDroial avenue, hotween
Filth and Sixth streets.
I'lice, I'.llloll V i'o.
Wehavo this day at'ocia ed with us in
our business Sir. Hcnr Hlllott, recently ot
Flllott.v: Havihoin. and shall eontinuo lo
do a mineral r lour and Commission hul-
nevs, 1; c. l'.vci: : ( o.,
CAtitO, lu.., Sept. 1, 167&. !-ltl
lllllHl lllllH I HlllH t
Uo you want a good Imt, a cheap hut,
a light liat, a fasblouablu hat? Do you
want a handsome hat, a liicc-llttlng hat,
u cool hat, or a warm hat; a fur, silk
cloth, wool, cotton or straw hat'r Then
go to O. Haythom A Co's, 101 Commer
USri'llscnor Peer at George Lattner'a
Saloon, on Commercial uvemic, betvvflen
Fifth ami Sixth streets, li-S-tf
BOUlM IIUll NIlOPH.
O. Haytliorn & Co, have just received
two hundred cases boots and shoos, which
they oner at wholesale and retail at prb
ccb that defy competition,
Sr Pllscner Iker fresh and cool, tho
finest beer ever drank, nt Chan. Schoeiv
mcyer'B, corner Tenth street and Waslv
Another briek sidewalk Is in course of
construction runnlii'' from lii-'htli to
Ninth stuet-, on llie east side ol Wash
ington avenue. The plank walk at this
point has been in a ililaphhtct! condition
for months pa-t, and n new one will be
appreciated by the residents of the neigh
fctSfO. Haythoin A Co. -how WO
pieces new fall prints to-day,
A cw llrlse.
We are told that Mr. ltos, the coal
dealer ot I it city. U about to build a
driving Hack, about three iiillcs above
t iwn. near the Cairo poor farm, for the
lieuellt of thou who may want to enjoy a
oleasaut ride. The track will be a hall
mile round, and will bo kept in good con
d Hon at all time. As isooil ioad are
scarce hereabout. Mr. i!o will no doubt
realie a handsome Income from the en
siWest Brothers' celebrated shoes
can be had only of O. Haytliorn A Co.
'Hie Til lor Literary Murlely.
At the tegular weekly meeting of Die
Taylor Literary Society, held at their
rooms on Wednesday evening, me 101
lowing named gentlemen were elected as
honorary member of tlin society : Col
S. Sta.its Taylor, in honor ot whom tnc
ocletv was named; .lolin 11. Oberly.
Thomas W.Hallidav, A. II. Satlord, Itev.
Clias. O. Gilbert, Z. P. Mathu, K. Kors
mever. F. llros and W. H. Morrl
There were aUo two regular members
Henry J'. Wood and Charles Mason,
voted Into tho society.
Hi? I'il-ener Hcer at George Lattucr
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Mxth streets.
At the annual meeting ol the Hibernian
Fire Company, No. I, held lu their hall
Wednesday evening, September Pth, 1875,
tlio following gentlemen were elected as
olllcers of tho company for t lie ensuing
President Win. McIIalc.
Vice President 1. J. Thlstlcwood.
Secretary P. O'Loughlin.
Treasurer Albert Siisanka.
Foreman ofKnglne Phil Howard,
Assistant Foreman of Knginc IJaljih
Foreman of Hose .L .1. Anderon.
Asi'tatit Foreman of Ho'e .1. V
Hoard ot Iiiicctors Tlio'. ICeaue
lame llo-s, Patrick Maloney.
Dust Is below par, and tain Is anx
iously looked for.
Porttalts Glaccs. Wlut are Ihey'r
Ask William Winter.
rScenes ill and about Hie court houo
yeatertlay were very (inlet.
The state lair begins at Ottawa next
rucsday, the Lltlt insLi nnd eontJnues
The police courts wcru very dry yes
terday. Not a caso as H'Htl In cither of
-The grand Jury still continues at
wotk making trouble for unsuspecting
-Chief of Police Unsmail lias moved
from his late homo on Twelfth stri ct, to
A new and neat white lonco now en-
doses St. Patrick's church, corner of
Ninth street nnd Wn-litngtoii avenue.
The amount ol money now in the
general fund of the city. S.1.IS2.Hi, I said
to bo the largest sum the fund Inn ever
-The people or nt ica'st souie of them
residing on Twenty-eighth street now
boast that that tliotoiighfare l one of the
bet in the city.
-Nine hundred and llfly-'k dollars
and eighty cents vvn expended during
the month of August for street improve-1
A negro was buried alive near the
comer Sixth strent and Coniinercial ave
nue by a wagoii'load of corn-fodder yes
The county Jail received one more
occupant yeterday. A man named
Sam Music, charged with the murder of
William Spence at Cranevlllc in duly, be
ing the prisoner.
The next big event on the tapis for
the colored people of this city is tho dedi
cation ol the African Mctlildist Kplscop-il
church, wliioh comc-Joir on the llllh of
Ninth street, between Washington
and Coirffnorclal avenue', is literally full
of drift wood gathered during the recent
high water, and parties owning it should
be made to rid the street of It immedi
ately, now that the'lpc water is gone.
The marriage of Mr. L'rnesl Petit
of this city and Mi-s Mary A. Glauber ot
Paducali, at the Catholic church In the
latter city Tuesday morning, i- said to
have been, by the Paducali papers, one
of tlio grandest cvcnU of the kind ever
witnessed in that city.
Till- is it new style of picture now
being produced bv Win. Winter, the
irti-t, of this city. These pictures ate
L'reatlng much Interest in all the prinel
pie Kasteru and Wetern cities, being
altogether new. They are unlike photo
graph, being raised and beautifully
enameled over the entire surface, soft In
tone, but distinct In the lights nml
shades. No one who ee' them
falls to admire them, or to
tilvu tlio artist au order. We have been
liown 11 number of pictures of well
known ladles and gentlemen of the city,
and have no hesitation in pronouncing
them perfectly splendid. Wo would
therefore advi-e all who take Interest in
such matters or desire pictures, to call
upon Sir. winler at tils gallery, anil ex
amine his work in this new branch ol tin
ijWe still have more ot tho-e i'J '0
hats, which we 'ell at Si 50.
O. Hayihokv A: Co.
I. K.VII.UOAU COMI'ANV)
to, III., Sept. 0. 1S75. J
Oi nci: or V
To persons wishing to attend the J 111-
nols State Fair to be held at Ottawa from
Lpt. lltth to Sept. LS. we will sell ex
cursion tickets to LaSallc and rutin n at
one and oiie-lll'lh fare. Sale of ticket
will commence September Lltli, and dis
continue 011 the 17th. Tickets good to
return until Sept. 21st inclusive.
!i.H)-'Jt. Jamks Jimxo.,
Sun Copy. Gen'l Agent.
I'l'ltiilc Null' of Itcnl KnIiiIc.
I will soil my residence, coiisi'tlng of a
convenient homo and two lots, with good
stable, wood-shed, all lu good repair, lo
cated on Twentieth street, hotwten Wal
nut and Washington. Tit e period terras
easy, and will lie niado Known upni appll.
atiou on tho p'crale, II not sold In thirty
dues vvlll bo rented to a good tenant.
Oaiiio, lu.., Sept. 7th, lb7B.
n.3-1 in Jilts. .Jamks iiAhti.
All flats IliiKC
Tlio new stylo of pictures, the Pot-
tralt-s G laces, are now all the rage.
Where Is the young man who has not
procured one t Let hltii lie dealt with
accordingly. Where Is the young lady
who has not one ol them . Let her re
form the omission al once. Where Is the
old gentleman without one of them f
Gather him in without delay. Where is
tlio old lady who has not thought of tlio
Glaci-sV Now then Is the accepted time;
let her delay no longer. Let all come,
and get glaces. Glaces from Winter's
gallery, are ns necessary to human telle-
Ity as air nnd sunshine.
afipNew goods opened every day at
O. Haytliorn & Co.'n
'I lie MHiir hikI Ihc .1arlml.
.vt the time of the removal of Mr. W.
M. William from the olllce of City
Marshal, we stated, in a brief paragraph,
that the reason given by the Mayor for
his action in the matter, was that his re
lations with the Chief were Inharmoni
ous and injurious to the interests! of the
city. In view of tho action of the
Council It may be well to give a more
detailed statement ot that event.
The first intimation Mr. Williams had
that the Mayor was after his head, was a
formal notice of removal, which was
accompanied by a formal letter in which
His Honor expressed for Mr. William
sentiments ot high regard and friend
liip,aud explaining the removal by say
ing, in substance, "we cannot agree.'
Marshal Williams visited the Mayor's
olllce after receiving notice of his decap
itation, and was again told by the May
or that they could not get on together
and it was best they should separate. The
Marshal told the Mayor that lie did not
question ids right to remove for cause,
and said : "I am fully satisfied we can
not agree.'" The Mayor then asked Slar
.hal Williams to resign, saying : "1 will
take back the notice of removal, and you
can put hi your resignation." Hut tho
Marshal said : "No ; I will not resign.
Let the matter take its course."
The Mayor did not tell the Marshal on
what particular points tho disagreement
stood, and the Marshal did not ask the
Mayor to do so ; but the Marshal did
"l would like to see votir administra
tion a success and would be pleased to
consult with you as to the new ap
pointees. I think olllcers appointed or
elected should administer the laws re
gardless ot friend or foe."
To which last observation His Honor
assented, and said he would appoint olll
cers who would help him with tho peo
ple by making ids administration a suc
Tills was about all. There was no
charge made by the Mayor against
Marshal Williams, who stands to-day
clear of any suspicion of vvrong-dolng in
olllce. Mr. Williams evidently believed
that when the Mayor's reason for re
moving him got before the council, it
would fall without effect, and Unit that
body would reinstate lilui by a unani
mous vote, and Unit, this little storm hav
ing cleared the atmosphere, he and
Jack would go 011 In peace; but tlio short
cut process by which tho council arrived
at a conclusion 011 Wednesday night has
dashed the eup. If he sees proper to
pursue the matter, he must go up higher,
and get Into tlio courts.
A t'lili-it llrlili'croom ami a I'adiirah
llrlilf Iti'inirl iil llu' . rciiiiiiiv'l'lint
Mini.' Mr. fcrnlt 1. I'elll mill Sll
Mary (Haulier One I'leth.
The Paducali papers, of the 7th inst
contain full report ol the Petit-Glauber
marriage ceremony. Yesterday we gave
the Seta report, and below we copy that
ot the Herald:
VVKDIIIXIi AT Till: CVTIIOI.IC CIICllCII.
One of the grandest atlalrs that ever oc
curred in Paducali came oil yeterday
nioriilnir at tho Catholic church in tlii
city. It was the ori'iislon of the Joining
in the bonds of happy nml holy wedlock
of Mr. F-rnest It. Petit with Mi-'s Mary A.
(lanber, the beautiful anil accomplished
daughter of our worthy fcllow-citi.eu
Mr. S. Glauber. At an early
hour the large and capacious
church was Idled to oveillowlng by ilu
friends and vvcll-wMicr of the happy
pair who were anxious to see the. cere
mony that wa to link together two
young lives for better or for worse.
About hnlf-pat nine the bridal party en
tered the church, anil as they inarched up
the al-le, the organ pealed forth the Joy
ous strains ot Mendelsohn' sublime
Wedding March. The bridal party pre
sented a beautiful sight as they inarched
to the altar the faces of brideaud groom
lit up with the reflection of
supreme happiness that reigned
in their bosoms the brides
maids as pretty as pink', anil the gallant,
manly bearing of the groomsmen all de
served one ot the subllmcst productions
of one of the grandest masters of music
as a fitting accompaniment. When they
reached the altar they arranged them
selves hi proper order before the olllciat
Ing priest, the Key. Father Meagher who
then commenced the grand and iinpres'-
Elve marriage ceremony of the Catholic
church. The ceremony Is too familiar to
our readers to need repetition here, suf
fice It to say it lost none of its impressive
grandeur at the hand of Father Mea
gher. Alter the ceremony wai performed, high
mass was celebrated by Kev. .1. O. Fee
lull, assisted by L'ev. Father .McDonald.
Deacon, and Kev. Father Welch, sub
Deacon. We cannot clo-e this notlco
without bestowing a meed of pral'e upon
tho efforts of the choir on this occalon.
The inii-ie was sublime, and the solos of
Mrs. F.llen l'lournoy were exquisitely
and beautifully rendered.
Tito attendants were :
mrnrod nt the September Iwn of the Al
exander Circuit Court :
(30. The N. 0., St. L. A C. it. 11.
Co. for the u-o of Joseph It. Herd vs.
I. C. 1!. It. Co.. garnishee.
P37. The N. O., St. L. & C. Ii. )!. Co.
for the u;o ot Joseph IJ. Kced v. Joliu
038. The N. O., St. L. A C. K. K. Co.
for tho uso of Joseph B. Kced vs. 1!. F.
ObO. Isaac Waidcr vs. the N. O., St.
L. A C. K. K. Co., an attachment
1)90. Miller & Parker vs. the N. O., St.
L. A 0. K. K. Co., an attachment.
KM. Taber Kros. vs. A. Wiley Pool,
in asumplt claim.
W2. Marsha! Key et al. v. John Coi
ner ctal.. lu ejectment.
!:. William Grant A Co.v. Michael
Coyne, in replevin.
KM. Hollo Stltes vs. William Stitc, in
attachment ; claim ?:!00.
m:. Jesse Mellollle v. I'r.mci M.
Schuster ami City of Cairo, hi tre-pa.s;
iKHi. .Mary J. Hes.i-ll v. Sarah J. Uni
son, in ejectment.
0H7. Lucius Whlndleton vs. Kyan and
Lawrence, lu assumpsit claim,
00. City of Cairo v. Hubert Adam,
au appeal front J. .1. P.hd, J. P.
0!f.. City of Cairo v. Marlon Adams
in appeal from J. J. Hlrd, J. P.
low. American Clock company v1
llarriou Ibupt, assumpsit claim SWO,
100T. .Marv W. Mavo vs. S. Slants
Taylor and IMtviu Parson', Trustees
Cairo City Propel ty, ;issiiiiij 'it claim.
1IK). Sullivan A Ilrother v. Freder
ick Ulcn, assumpsit claim.
1003. Illinois Central railroad com
pany vs. Aa C. Athertou and William
M. Athertou, assumpsit; claim $000.
1001. Illinois Central railroad com
pany v. .Samuel M. P. McClurc. a-'tiiiip-sit
1005. Walter Dixon A Co. vs. Adolph
Swoboda, assnmp-it claim.
100d, Frauds D. Athertou v. Jesse
1007. T. It. Scarbrough v. J. i. liar-
uard, appeal from J. P.
100?. Gillett MeColloch A Co. v..
dolph Swoboda, appeal from J. P.
1000. It. Me.Maunus v. Cairo A Yin-
cennes railroad company, appearance.
1010. Krasmus Wallace vs. Cairo iiox
and H.isket company, appeal from J. IP.
1011. Houorah Hurk vs. J no. l oggel
is garnl'hee for Harry L.Perry. Ap
101'J. Honorah Hurk v.. C. ,Vsl,L
it. K. Co. Garnishee for Harry L.
10KI. Margrct Wellman vs. C. A'St,
L. K. K. Co. Garnishee tor J110. Cur-
1011. The city of Cairo vs. C. N
1015. City of Cairo v. Saflord. Mor
ris A Candce. Assumpsit.
1010. Continental Insurance Co., of
N. Y. vs. Otis P. Lyon and John Hy-
1017. 11. McMann vs. Win. Martin
Adair A (,'0. Appeal.
1018. Joseph Smith v. l'rednllne
Heslile the above there are eighteen
new cases 011 the chancery docket, of
which four are for divorce.
Ail.) oil I'll el .Vlci'lltii;
S. Petit and Miss Mollle
Glauber and Miss Liz.Io
J. Grief and Ml-s Lite
Mr. Stockllctli entered Into a recog
nizance for the appearance of Peter Wai
dcr when required by the court. Wai
dcr made an asault upon Michael Green
with a dray-pin, not long slneu and Is In
dicted for an aaull to do bodily injury.
The court granted a dlvoru in tho caso
of Stouer vs. Stoncr alter hearing the
proofs. Cause habitual drunkenness.
Tho Grand Jury returned four more
indictments iutocoui t agalust the follow
ing persons: Frank McFarlin, larceny ;
Clem Young, larceny; Hubert Hale, lar
ceny ; John Hale, larceny.
Judgment was given lor the plaintiff
in tho case ot the American Clock com
pany vs. Harrison Houpt, for SHol 0.1.
In the case of Walter Dixon A Co. vs.
A. Swoboda, tliu plaintiff got Judgment
tor $11(1 05.
Clem Young plead not guilty to an in
dictment returned against him for larceny.
Tho following law cases worn com-
v. vuiD, in., sept, stn.itii.i. 1
Present His Honor Mayor Winter and
Aldermen lialllday, Lancaster, NelH,
Parker, Pa tier, Kittenlioiisc, S.iup, ThK
tic wood, Wright and Yoeum 10.
The mavor appointed Alderman Kit-
Alderman lialllday then moved that
the council resolve Itself into a committee
of tlio whole. Carried.
The committee rose, reported progress
and asked leave to sit again.
Alderman lialllday moved to adjourn
until Friday night, and that the clerk be
Instructed to i'sue subpoenas for wit
Alderman Puller moved to adjourn ten
The vote being taken resulted as fol
Ayes Lancaster, NellN, Patier, I'ar
ker and Saup 5.
Nays lialllday, Kittenlioiisc, ThMle
wood, Wright and Yoeum 5.
The mayor voted aye and the motion
Alderman Wright moved to postpone
the Investigation indefinitely.
Carried by the following vote :
Ayes Lancaster, Nclli', Fatler, I'ar
ker, Saup and Wright 0.
Nays lialllday, Klttcnhuu-e, Thistle
wood, Yoeum I.
Alderman lialllday moved In adjourn.
The ayes and nays being taken, resulted
as follow :
Ayes lialllday, Parker, Wright and
Nays-Lancaster, Nell!', Patier, Kit-
tollhouse, Saup and Thlstlcwood 0.
Alderman Nellls moved that tho action
of tho .Mavor lu removing the officers be
not approved. Yole beiugtaken resulted
as follows :
Ayes lialllday. Klttenhotise, Thlstlc
wood, Wright and Yoeum 5.
Nays Lancaster, Ncllis, Parker, Pa
tier and Saup-fi,
On motion of Alderman Nellls Council
W.m. Fnn.M'ii Axr.uv,
C-Atno, Im,., .Skithmiikii 0, 1S75. 1
TlltlfPAY KVKXIXO, J
The hot weather continues without
any signs ol abatement. For nearly two
weeks the mercury has ranged between
a.j ami lw tnc longest spell of ex
tremely hot weather we have had this
Summer. Them wero fair iiroiniscs 01
rain all this afternoon. The clouds were
heavy at the elosu ol the day, and wo are
still hopeful or rulii to-night or to-mor-low.
Uii'lncss Is without change for the
better, and very little for the worse since
our Monday'. report. Corn Is dull, and
price dropped several cents this morn
ing. There I ome. inuiilry for choice
Northern oat nt 15' in sack, but South
ern Illinois will not 'ell al any price. The
bottom ha dropped out of the meal
market. Mran is dull at $15 in sack and
delivered. Flour shows some improve
ment lu low grades, but as a rule U heavy
and dull all round. Hay I not wanted
at all -not a carload wa sold tills week.
Hntler and eggs are dull, owing to the
hot weather. Poultry 1 looking up a
. THK MAKIvF.T.
Ci&yOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from first hand' In round lot, in
tilling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over thce
Low grade a re In a Utile better de
mand but a n rule the market Is dull and
overstocked. Prices are .steady at last
week's quotation. Sales were 200 bar
rel on orders ?5 50(7 50; 100 barrels
$1 75Q5 00; 100 barrel $-1 5(K;7 50;
100 barrels $ I 50&7 00: 100 barrel city
SO 50g7 75; '.'OO barrels .?." S5&7 00.
Quotations are nominially $I5(18
but there has not been a ear load sold
this week. There Is no demand at all for
Wc note a dull ami declining ma kc".
Stock are not large but are lu excess ol
the demand. Prices dropped several ci nts
to-day. Sales were '-' cars No. 2 white
bulk on track, (0 07c; 1 car 2 mixed
hi hull; on track, Ole; 100 sack white
delivered, 75c ; 2 cirs white No. 2, lu bulk
on track, 07 (?e.
l'hcre Is 110 demand at nil lor South
ern Illinois oats. Choice Northern 'ells
slow at -Lie sacked and delivered. The
nmketis well supplied with all kinds;
100 sacks delivered, -15c; t ears choice
Northern in sack, delivered, -15c.
Wc note sales of 1 car in sack', deliv
The bottom lias dropped out of the
meal market. Ollcrlngs of choice conn
try steam-dried meal to-day at SU.OO was
not taken. We note sales of 100 barrel
steam-dried on onlers at ?:1.25.
Plenty and very dull. We note sales
of 100 sacks delivered at 10.00; 1 car
In sacks delivered at $15.00; 2 cars hi
sacks delivered at S1G.00; 1 car lu sack
delivered at $15.00; 1 car In sacks de
livered at $15.50.
The weather has been too hot lor the
butter market. KeceipN are nearly all
damaged before they can be dlspoed of.
The supply Is light but tho demand also
will be light uiitlll cooler weather sets in.
Sales were 200 pounds Northern 20c ; 100
pounds Northern 15c, W) pounds cook-
lug butter l!c ; '2vo pounds choice NnuV
ern 2Jc ; 0 tubs Not them 222:ie ; ti tubs
Keceipt are light but are ample for
tho demand until the weather cool. Sales
were 100 do.en damaged He ; 200 doicn
lreh 12c; 200 dozen old stock KVSdle;
100 dozen fresh 121c.
'Tills branch of the market oeim to be
looking up a little. Not many come in
and there are very few offering. We
note sales of 2 coops hens $3 ; 2 coops
young SI 5(X2,2 50 ; it coops young $2(2)
Yery little doing hi Irult. 'The only
sales we have to report are 20 baskets
grapes 0 to 7 cents per pound ; 125 boxes
, "kiii. ami tno rwUt, arebrhia
uicir snare or it.
-The Idlevvlldls,,loEvMsvllI )auk
this evening. '
-The two boat AJax has laid up hero.
Her crew arc nearly all sick with mal
The lower deck ol the Mary Hell
stands even with the roof of tho Jim
Ki.sk. Her hull stands It reel sbov
dipt. Jack Grammar Is making ar
rangement to put stem-wheelers In tl
place of (he Iillewild and Arkansas Kelt
during the low vvaterseason.
Wah flei'AiUMl.NT IHVlte Krroitr,! "
. 1I. V, I7.V S
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farm ami 3,000 acres of
unimproved 1 ami, in Alexander :oil-ty.
'Winter's Hlock" and ' Winter's Hj,y."
A luyc Dumber of desirable Itf sltlencen,
iml e 'client vacant Lots, suitable tor
hu li.cs hmi'cs and residence.
Houe on .Nineteenth street, for.V), with
tiitvih'se of lease.
Winter's HlocV iultabl.i for Hotel
ces or Huslncss room, cheap.
Tenements numbered I, 7, 8 and ti, hi
Winter's How, 5 room each, for s'.0 jet
No. 10, (ii rucr) Hi 507 ronms.
Tuat iIpsI able doublo t'otts(,'e on corner
ol 'I'hl teelith and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Kleventh street,
Miltabie for Dwclifn.' and litislnc.
Two hou'c 011 Commercial, below Sixth
'.rect, suitable tor Uuslncs Houses an4
TivoiinallHou.es west of Twenty-seiw
ond .frcel, near Pine, 1 each per month.
Ihvcilln,,' Mouse on Twelfth, near Wai.
nut, i! room', for i?12 per mouth.
llii'Ine-s house on Levee, near Kljrlitll
treef, for ? 10 per month,
FOU 1.KASK, Oil SALE.
A number of Lots on Levee, ahol
fwcirth street, outside lira limits. Alto
:i large number of other Lots In llllcrcr.l
Laud, in Iract to ml', near Cairo.
Go and see the llroadvvay hat at O.
Haytliorn v Co's.; price $1.50. Can't b.
bought el'owhere for less than S3.50.
0:ill a. the Kxcel'Ior Salom, on Commer
cial avenue, between Filth and Slxtli
ktrecf, for 1'INener Hecr, Switzor chcee,
Holland Herrinjr, Ac.
9 S-5t fiuoitOK Lattnkii, Prop'r.
esSjpPeople should remember that O.
Hayth iru & Co. offer tho largest, cheap
est and bet stock ot shoes in Cairo,
l('llciiiii-fII.SK.M'.ltnl l.oiii Her-herl'-.
M'oi il nml font,
, Wood, $1 per cord 50 cents off for
cvh. r Muddy coal by the car load $.1
per ton. AU K'-ods delivered.
C W. Wiium.uii & Co.
Omen .vxii Yakh. Tenth street, !h
tweeit Commercial and Wahlngtoii ave
I.oni Herbert Iiiin PIIAKXEH.
Mine. S. A.&F. Johnson
Wl-li to Inform the LmlU'i Unit they hale cnllvil
heic Willi nil
Elegant Assortment cf Human Hair.
Will renew ami work over all old hulr In the
iievrt'st nnd niixt r.tsliloiiHliletle. l-mllca ine
Invited t cull early, as our atny U liuiin-d, unit
At tho Very Lowoat Prices.
Iliivhu? recently arrlvtsl from London mid
1'nrU, vve can coutldcntly ulve uu tliu latest
Htylc s In every v urlciy ofhuir dresslnif
Store on Kltrhth Street, Near the Bunk.
fslcamcr Jim Fisk, Paducali.
" Arkansas Hclle, Kvausvillc.
duo. L. lihnde, Pittsburg.
" Cons. Millar, Cincinnati.
tit. (icuevleve, Yieksburg.
" (j'rand Tower, St. Louis.
i'ow-lioat Ajax, New Orleans.
K. .M.Norton, Ohio Itlver.
rjtiagboat S. II. Long, South.
Lighthouse .Steamer Alice, Lou.
Steamer dim Flsk, Paducali.
" Arkansas Hello, Kvausvillc.
duo. L. Hhodcs, St Loul.
Cons. Millar, Memphis.
" SI. Cencvleve, St. Luls.
(irand 'Tower, Memphis.
" Shannon, XowOrlcan..
Tew-boat Grand Lake No.2, N. O.
" 1C. M. Norton, St. Louis.
Llght-hoii'o boat Alice, St. Louis.
ItlVmt ANll WUATUKH.
Tliu river last evening was 10 feet
10 f-5 Incites on the gauge, having fallen
11 Inches during the previous 21 hours.
Tho Ohio Is Improving by cutting out,
but there Is not over IJ feet to Kvans
vllle; S feet Is reported at Osceola and 7
feet to St. Louis.
The weather actually underwent a
change yesterday, and the sun, that has
glared down on us with melting tender
ness, was hid by a cloudy sky. At the
close of the day then) was a pretty fair
promise ot au approaching rain storm.
Huslness is Increasing lu river
circles. The lower Ohio is full of
For three days, lime at low prices, in
barrels, by Jno. IJ. Phlllis it Son.
A lino Horse, Jiuggy and Harness, all
in good order. Will trade for good city
property. Call at Alexander County
O. Hayfhorn it Co. have just re
ceived two hundred cases boots nnd shoes,
which they offer nt w holesale and retail
at prices that defy competition.
Obstaoles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from fho ef
fect of I.'riors and Abu-cs In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediment to Mar
rlage removed New method of trcat
m ut. New and remurkable remedies.
Hooks and Circular sent free, In sealed cn
v dopes. Address Howard Association.
HD N. -Ninth Ht., Phllailcltila, Pa.-au in-tl-tiillou
having a high reputaion fir honor
able conduct and professional skill.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEBCIAL
Manufactures hU own Bora. Shoe and
oon Anure Oood Work.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STHEE'l
BttWNB Washington and Oomaisreial
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