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ASOAI.OJ i.Ol)QK, NO. SI.
Itnlirtita r.t I'vlllli. tnirl vti rv V'rl.
'J day MiiM at half-pott seven, in Odd.
fellOWl' ilalJ J.NU.1I UostMAN,
AI.KXANDKK I.OtMlK, NO. 254.
Ih'riMl-nt Order of Odd-rel-
low is, ineM every inurBuiiv uiui
' rw' Hi nuil-Jinsl scsen . in meir iiuii on
loiinnercinl at time, between main una Tcmu
CAIUO ENOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F.. inretl
in Odd-FcllowV Hall on the flrt anil third
llicadu) la evtrr muntli, at Imir-punl nescn.
Jno. II. OuaiiLr, 0. I.
OAlltO I.ODdi:. NO,XT7,A.F. A A. M
arTk Hold rrmilnr communication In Ma
Kaonla Hull, aimer Commercial avenue
; ' 'ami r.iKnui unit, on inc atconu una
unriii .noii'iav uiiT.ni innnin.
Tin) next term of tho 1'nrlih School of
the Church of tho Itclcomcr will beln on
MONDAY, SKlMKMIir.H bth, and con
tinue in session aiitccn week". Under the
aamo supervision ami control it was
last term, tho School will he conducted in
a similar mmnci-. Attlio hcidnulri!' oi the
terra a civs will bo formed for tho ludy
of (1 colony.
Application for udmlsIon must he Hindu
either to Mm. I'. A. Taylor, or this Hector.
Tho prlco ot tuition will bo only eight
dollar 'or tho term of sixteen week, pay-
AM. IN AIVACr..
CllAltLF.s A. Oii.nr.iti, Hector.
8-1 1-1 in
ril.HKXTKnt l.otila llerlirrO.
Taken up, by tho subscriber, on the
county road rom Cairo to Mound City, two
rouleHtrora Cairo, on the iioth d iy ot Au
KU-t, a youtij; ca t an i red cow ; blare face
under bit In right and hall idopu off tip of
lilt car. The owner can In o them by
calling atd pa) leg charges.
'.W-Ct Mlniiuk Kdwaiiiib.
time llnll ofi:er lfcrllllou
1'IIIL II. HALT'S.
To I lie 4'ltlrcna oT Cfslro.
I would Inlorm my mmy friend, thai I
am -till In the ntictlon Ini-lnt'--, nud ready
to attend to all rale- that may offer. My
lontf expeiienc"' ill this business u 01I1 no
comment-1 It no expi riincnt i.n my iart,
and parliet entri.hlliit; yooiU t my ore
need no' beatialn as I urn no ''jutb'' or
n Ue In tli lulne--.
picl I attenilon Klven to rualc-Ute nd
out-.. nor iale-, n I h tu never iiiUmm mak
ii:k.Ic. I) Hamt.mv.v, Aiictlcnie. r.
Corner sixth ftreel and Comiuurcijl A v.
nelli'ioii--l,IIAi:.M:u-iit ,uul Her.
A So. I ljnmlr.i .
It I-now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the 1 uridii-. .m . ll Koiutli -treet, be
tween U'ihlu,'tin.tC ui'ii-rcUlHveniic.-,
hooncoi t'io b -t co ducted hiliidry
tabl rhin tit- n the city, and l.ndlurdi ol
hotel- and bo.irdiu hou-e a ill timl It to
their sihnntai;e to call upon her
Her iricta arc a lollops: lintel and
boardlllft'-boil-c warhiiiK. T. eeutt per
dozen. Koi piece work prices are
a- rollout : Hntc lilrt and col
ur, 10c; p. r dozen S'c; ock- fie; two col
lars e; tw i haridkeruhlel-, !c; vett "Oc;
and nil gentlemen wear, SOc per
dozen. I.adlei-' dre'Cf, !! to Me;
skirt 10 tu 'J'K-; drawers 10 to ISc; two
j.alr lio Sc; two collars & to P'c. r"or la
die-' plain clothe $1 tl per dozen; for la
dies tine clothe!., $1 i. jier dnen; done
drxnptly, and protujtlr dclhered. 1'a
tronage solicited S-3Mm
Letter Until!. ,
Ten pound letter lu-aiU, l:irj,'t"izi',C'ar
lilu Jiaper, rated two cent higher tlmn
any oilier paper u-i.1 in Cairo for print
In letter liuad ordinary composition
only f-l fiO per tliottianU at the Hi'li.ktin
At tlte IJi'llkti.v bindery 13 numbers
bntinil in two volutnc-, lull k'i't "1,)r
rocco; cot S U ; for jialc nt $10.
do lo I.nuU Herbert' lor l'II.Si:i
.1 l ine Mock.
Win. l'liler doirci to Inform hi? pat
ron and the pu lie generally, that he ha
now on hand a laro atoek ol Trench and
German all, Kip and M rocco, and is pre
pared to manufacture, lor -tore nud oilice
wear, tho linctt of Morocco or Call Skin
Hhoet or Hoot-; and for farmer, draymen
and out do T woht Renerally, hi French
Kip tandt above anything ever ottered In
till- market. UN l.nit arc of the latest
atyle and he can guarantee n. lit and satir
faction to all hi patron. 0 U-tt
Go to Charles Selioeiitneyer'.i for frosh
Bf$ Vivfh and cool I'lUcucr every day
at Charles Sclioeiitneyer's.
PI I.SKNKIt at LonN Ilciberl's.
tSTTPilsencr Uccr at (icor'o l.attner'H
faloon, on Commercial uveuue, beiween
Filth anil sixth streets.
A sliver plated No. 0 Wlon Shuttle Sew
iiiK Maehiiii), hard (pl'iuo) tinbh, valued nt
$tb. Will bo n Id at $'JU illbcount, on good
terms, and ordered dtrcuitrom Ihu factory.
FOU SA" K.
Colored and m itmted Mars of the city of
Caiio at ?2 CK) each, (halt piled.
A No. 0 WiUan Simula Sewlns Machine
valued ut ?T Will lie hold at lt discount
and ordered direct In ni the luctory.
A 890 ncmlngton Scwli B Machine.-$:?()
off for cash, butiabls for tailor or boot and
At a barcaln, ami on good form, a riowo
ewlnir V chine My bn oen ut tho Com
pany's ofllec, corner Niuth atrcet nud Com
'PIclureBouo AtnerlcV'-4S numScra
bound in 2 volume?, full ilt Morocco;
price, J4V. '
T I -V Ik ....
A ty oK," "CloiiBh, Warren Co.'s"
rnrior uruao, riKin irnni tho factory at I)
trolt. l.lt price, 6300. Will bo sold for
A nw two-horae Oambl wac;nu.
For any of the abora articles, apply at
tilt JitftkBTW affllt. 8. V If MITT,
KATKft OV AIVi:HIINI5(J.
CfrAll bllle furndrcrtlilnif, arc due mid pay
Iran-lent Bilvcrtlilnir will bclnurted ntths
mil tif 11 IO t,.r.i.ti.i.i. r..m .1.- .i . I-.... i....
...... ... t. v ,.. i,.,,,,.,,. tut IJiC MIDI Ilirilll'.U
. and So cents fur each ubseriient one. A liberal
discount will lit made on standing and display
1-ocM notice-, business or otherwise, will be
i hurled ten cent per line for the Ilrat and lite
cmte fur each additional lnertlon, (countln;?
fle linn and upward) a dlcount lll be made
after third Insertion.
Church, Society, Festival and ."upper notlrea
will only be Inserted an ndiertlscmenH
For Inserting Funeral notke l 0. Notice of
mietlnif of societies or ferret urderi SO cents for
No Kdtirlli'in'nt will be received at Une thou
SAT I'll DAY, sr:iTKMi:it 11, 1875.
I.firnl Wenllier Itrport.
C'AIIlO, ll.L., .Sept. l'J.le'S.
Tint. I II in. I Tin.
Wl.vD. I 'f.U
7u tn ."M.W7 I
11 ' I 30. 1.il 7.
l tn. I J ',11 , G.V
THOMAS JONK-J, Seritt. h. S., U. H. A.
A cook iiiiiii preferred, -pply nt the
The Ltrantl Jury yesterday returned an
Indictment aalu-t Jatue.s K. Lane, lor
the killing of the nero Storluta lat
From Treasurer Hlake v learn that
Intere.st coupon's, to the amount of over
live thousand dollars, made a hole in the
city liuanec! yi-Merday.
Hon. John 11. Mulkey ha removed hh
olllee to Itls residence on Ninth .street,
between Wa-hinton avenue and Wulnut
Klder ."s. L. .Mabey 'AdveiitUt.) will
hold a protracted meeting at the Clirh
tian ehtireh, eoiiiiiienein fcunday. Sept.
12th, 1?75, at 10::Wu. in. The public are
invited to attend. 0-l(J-2t,
(III I lie Slel I, IH.
Mr. Frank 1'eckir has leeii conlined
to hi? room iince Friday with an attack
of Inllloua lever. ThN disease .-eiiis to
be Kettlii,' the upper hand ol a yriat
many juat now.
A youn'colored v'irl, to till the position
of "ivcoihI ,'irl" in a private family. En
fjuiro.it the residente of M. 1J. Uarrvll.
We an- iiilormed that the amount
netted by the scholar: of the rrebyte-
rlan sutiilay school, from the entertain
ment ;:iveii by iIk iu In tlieduircli Thurs
day eveuiuK, will reacli fifty dollars.
On Thursday afternoon, three car loid-.
of wheat pas-ed through this city over
the St. Louis. Iron Mountain fc Southern
railroad. Irotn Dallas. Tesa-', consigned
to piirtio.s in Kv.-ui-ville, Indiana.
IUG INDLCEM ENTS OFFEHEI)
I.N (.IOAIUS AND TOHACCO, AT
C OWI'EIMTIWAIT A: I'llII.I.II'S'.
The K'nluhts of i'ythias. we are told,
are looking forward to a prand event, to
be i;lvcn bv tin- order, in the shape ot a
moonlight excursion, some time wllh n
tiiu next two or three week?.
Once more tlio public pumps of tho city
are in (jood order, liavin' been repaired
by order of tho city council, I'or which
the mules, hor-os and cattle have cati'c
to feed "rateful to the worthy peutlcuicn
composing tho council.
11 o .. Knee Trnrk.
J'roui Mr. Ko-s, who U bullilin? a line
half-mile race track about three miles
from thi city, we learn that the courc
will he completed and ready for uo by
those uho may wish to enjoy a pleasant
ride, in about el'ht or ten days.
On Sunday afternoon at two o'clock,
the Deliatiee base, ball club ol" this city
will play a match ainc with the nine
bet hall players that can he picked out
of Mound City. The game will be played
on the Thirty-fourth street grounds, and
will no doubt bo a very interesting one.
Tho olliccrs elected by tho members ot
the Hibernian lire company, at their reg
ular monthly meeting held at the en
gine homo last Wedne-day night, nre to
he Inaugurated next Wednesday night,
when a lively time, we are Informed, h
It is whispered about town that vc aro
to have only three policemen hereslter.
Since the Uinieiilty between the mayor
and the policemen, tho city ha? been
very rjulet, and it seems to bo tho opin
ion ot sotno that tho less police consta
bles tlievo arc, tlio better the city fares.
Officer John Ghulucy yesterday morn
ing arrested a man named Patrick Moran,
for breaking In tlio windows of a houso
near the comer of Twelfth street and
Commercial avenue, and otherwise rais
ing n disturbance, and took him before
His Honor Judgu Bross, who lined hliu
ten dollars and costs.
To l.euvo Cnlrn,
Mr. James Gash, late of the firm of C.
II. Woodward, of this city, has purchased
a hardware and Iron establishment in Ihe.
town of Delllvan, this State, and will
hrrealter eonuttct business for himself.
Mr. Gash is known In Cairo as a llvo bus
iness man, nnd ho will no doubt reap n
suitable reward from his labors in his
now Held. The family of Mr. Gahh, it Is
Mid, vdll remove to Delllvan within, a low
At a recent meeting of the Knights
Templar, It was decided by the order to
give a grand moonlight excursion, some
tlmo within the next two or three weeks,
on board tho steamer Eekert. The steam-
... I .... li..fn ..t .,r.iG,.lit lui, lj .I..II.. t
looked for, when she will nt once been
traced lor the event.
A new brass band has been organized
In Cairo. Among Its members are quite
u number of well-known young men of
the city, who arc noted lor their musical
ability, and we may look forward to hav
ing, within h short time, a baud equal to
that of Gllmore'a. From Mr. Charles
Delay, one of the lending spirits of the
hand, we learn that they have played but
one tune since their organization, nnd
that the train on the narrow gauge rail
road left two hours betore Its regular time
upon hearing them.
Prlvntn Nnle of llenl r.alnle.
I will sell my residence, conslMlng of a
convenient hotifB and two lots, with good
stiblc, wood'slied, all In good repair, lo
cated on Twentieth street, tnlwten Wal
nut and Wnslilnftou. Tit c perfect-terms
easy, and will bo made known upon appli
cation on the prctnlc. If not sold In thirty
days will be rented to a good tenant.
CAIfUO, I Li.., Sopt.7th, 1S)7.
O-vlrn Mil1, J.vmrs CiAsii.
Mr. S. Henry Smith, publisher of the
Ste. Genevieve Fair Play, was In tho city
yesterday, and gave us a pleafant call.
Mr. J. M. Lan-den wa called out of
the city day before yesterday by tele
graph to attend the bed-id'j of his father,
who is very sick.
Mr. Justice Cunningham, the promi
nent lawyer of our town, ha a large
amount ol business to attend to at the
present term. Although he has no suit."
against the city, he claims to be "chuck"
full of busine--. He has had execution
issued for the verdict he recovered
against the city at the last term of our
circuit court. The amount is one cent.
Our rtell Mini I'iKliienira nell.
The quinine bell rings regular! v every
two hours in Cairo. A gn at 'conven
ience to the citizens of that town, many
of whom have no clocks or twenty dol
lar cold pieces to take their medicine by.
The quinine bell story is a huge fabri
cation, but It would be better to have
that bell ring all the year, than to have
the funeral bell constantly telling of dls
l a-eand death s with great industry. It
doe-in radticih. When f.en Faxon has
nearly starved hlin-elf writing impotent
paragraphs for the .Vew. heearusan hon
est penny by bell tolling. Old Death
gathers them in at I'adiicnli. Let the bell
A .onil .Senium siaelilne
is .' household treasure that no family
can uflord to do without. If you want
the best, the WlNon .shuttle should
be your choice. It combines tin
most perfect manner, all tliu re
quisites ofdiirability, simplicity, iiw; of
operating and perfection of work, and is
sold nt utirs prlco than any other first-1
clas' machine. Maeliliies will be delivered
nt any railroad station In this county, ficc
of transportation cha-ges, it onlered
through the company's lirauch House at
G10 North Fourth street, St. Louis. Mo.
They send nn elegant catalogue and
chronio circular, free on application.
Tills Company want a few morn good
Moreor Hip relit.. limber Vt'rilillnir
Tlie I'aduciih .Vfios, of the Stli, saj-s:
"The congratulatory enteitalnment given
In honor of the bride of the evening at
the residence ot her father, Mr. S. Glau
ber, last night, surpassed in many re
spects the church ceremony of joining
the hands of the young couple together
lor llfc'.vjiilgrirnage. It wn less solemn
and Imposing, but more recherche and
entertaining. The many friends and
schoolmate; of the bride were gathered
around her for the bestowal of numerous
magulllcctit and beautltul presents, con
gratulations and wi.-hes for an unclouded
future. All were gay and happy and,
Indeed, the affair will be written in the
tablets of the circle of which tho happy
bride has been a member as an epoch not
soon to be forgotten. Thero will be a
a vacancy in the social set which It may
bu said, cannot readily bo filled, but In
view of the much promise of a more per
manent realization of that which con
stitutes true happiness, let us hope that
similar voids may soon occur in the same
circle, as wc believe they will,"
September Term. IHTa-I'lllli Dii.t
Hon. II, .1. linker, i'isllliir.
Albert Steins was arraigned upon
the charge, of larceny, and plead not
Frank McFarllu, Indicted for steal
ing a watch and a revolver (rum Georgo
Dellaun, was also arraigned and plead
not guilty. He was Indicted at the May
term of the Circuit Court, hut, thellndiet
lueiit being quashed, he was re-arrested
and has been In the county jail since that
time awaiting tho action of the irrand
The grand jury reported In the
morning, returning four Indictments.
They tiro at present working up some
cases concerning tho "elided butterflies'
of our burg, and are determined to tinge
their wings If possible.
Day before yesterday, thoy returned
onn bill with tho indorsement, "not a
true bill." Somo persons had been try
ing to get W. D. Johnson and F. O.
Johnson indicted for larceny, but tho
evidence not being sufficient tho bill was
returned as above.
Tho fironooii was taken up by argu
ment In the case of .Mary N. Mayo vs.
Taylor & .'arsons, Trustees Cairo Clly
Property. This is a suit wherein tho
damages are laid nt $20,000, and the case
will be closely contested.
In tho ca-o of City of Cairo vs. C. N.
Hughes, default was taken, and order
gy topmast proof of dmug,
A mnn mnicir'Jot.epli Henderson was
tip bef'oru Judge 11 ft! ye-terduy for be
ing drunk. Ho stated that he had come
to Cairo on hoard n steamboat, In com
pany with u man he hint fallen In with
on the way from Cincinnati, and who he
hud reason lo believe hud robbed him of
a valhe and all the money he had. He
said ho had relatives living nt Cape Glrnr
dean, and that he was on his way to that
place when he was made drunk by his
companion. Judge, IJIrd lined him one
dollar and costs, but gave hliu ustay of
execution, In order to allow him an op
portunity to recover his money and va
lise. St. 'linrlesi 1'erniniiN.
J. K. Atwood and George Earl", New
Vork; Win. Wiggins, Itelinont, Mis
souri ; S. D. lledell, New Vork; Georgo
Come, Cincinnati, Ohio; James Gow
den, Memphis, T'eim. ; Win. Spanldlng,
Memphis, Tenn. ; Henry .Sehtistal, Cin
cinnati, Ohio ; Aust. l'latt, St. Louis,
Missouri ; J. II. Weker, Mis-ottrl ; W. 1'.
Sloan, Golconda ; Fred I'len. Goleond.i ;
Frank L. liiinle and wile, Dlooinlngtoti;
D. O. Thompson, Golconda; (', F. .Mey
ers, New Voik ; A. II. Seymore, Jersey
City ; Mrs. S. De Gralh, Jersey City; G.
1. Vorhess, Elvira ; John V. Woodward,
New Vork ; I. II. Cotter, New Vork; M.
E. Fox, Cincinnati, Ohio; W. L. Ilerlin
ger, Chicago; 'J'. ,McGee, Dallas,
tir I'll- ncrl'ccrBnl cool, the
finest beer ever draukPlrlia-. Sehoen
mover's, corner Tenth street and Wa-h-lugton
The African Methodist Episcopal
Church Is being newly painted.
The police courts were quiet yester.
day nothing done In either ol them.
A good theatrical performance would
be much relished by the people of this
city at tills time.
The billon- fever is in every part ol
the city, and men with the chills and fe
ver are thick a- ilies.
The crew of the Cairo Uoatltig Asso
ciation will look very neat In their new
stilts, now being made by Smith A
Two moonlight exctir-Ions one to be
given by the Knights of Pythias and the
other by the K wights Templar are now
on the tapL. The Steamer Eckert will
carry the excursionists.
"Why don't II irnuni come to CaifrT:''
Is what agitati s the minds nf our people,
lie will exhibit his mammoth show at
Carmi. on thel7th and will. It Is thought,
draw the biggest crowd of people to that
city ever congregated there before.
The boating association is beginning
to "feel Its oats." The members do noth
ing but crow about that slx-oared shell
and their blue flannel breeches. They
think they are good for about forty
strokes to the minute, with a month or so
Gentle Gerould, who i now -ojourn-lo;r
at JCasson. .Minnesota, went out
liiiitiiigprnlriucl.iukeii. tho other day.
He had Col. Hearden's crack shot-gun
with trim, and swore before ho Marled
that be could exterminate the species in
twelve hours. The first chicken he shot
at, however, he iniul uml now the
only thing that Gerould lus to remind
him of Ids hunt is a skinned nose, lu
pin too much powder mid -hot in Ui
gun. and when it went off it came near
kicking" Ids head off.
:Hy Jlnrsliul's) Notice,
Notice is hereby' given tli.it stock pro
hibited by the ordinances Iroin running
at large within the city limits, inut be
put up at once. The .subsidence of the
waters that lately incommoded ci!izeii
living in certain localities, removes all
c.cue for longer di-regard of the stock
ordinance, ami failure to comply with
this notice will be followed by a rigid
enforcement of the ordinance., in such
caces made and provided.
Notice is also hereby given, that all ob
struction ot the streets of the city must
bo promptly removed by the citizens who
have created the same. On some streets
piles of fire wood were made during the
prevalance of water in the low places of
the city, and are still maintained. These
must be removed without delay. All
parties falli.ig to observe and act upon
this notice will be proceeded against un
der the ordinance.
Hy order of the Mayor.
C.viito, III, September 10, 1S7.".
John H. Gossm.v.v,
Acting City Mar-hal.
Illinois Clntkai. Uailiioah Comimnv )
Oirici: of GuxmtAi. AiiKxr,
O.wuo, III.. Sept. l. 1S75.J
To pei-oiis wishing to attend the Illi
nois State Fair to be held at Ottawa from
St.pt. 13th to Sept. IS. wo will sell ex
elusion tickets to LaSalle and return at
one and one-llllh fare. Sale of tickets
will commence Scpt-mber lath, and dis
continue on the 17th. Tickets good to
return until Sept. 21st lneluMve.
0-10-21. Jamus Johnson,
KJTri'fcncr lleer at Georgo banner's
Saloon, mi Cou-imrclal avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street-.
J, nob Here!
Call a; tlio E.vc 1-inrSalo n, on Commer
cial avenue, between Filtli and Sixth
street. lor I'llsem r Uccr, SwiUer cheese,
Holland Herring, e.
0 S-St Ukohok iATr.s'Kn, l'rop'r.
Wood uml conl,
Wood, $1 per cord 50 cents oil" for
cash. Big Muddy coal by the car load $3
per ton. All goods delivered,
C. W. Viii:i',lf.ic & Co.
Officii and Y.utn. Tenth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
Everybody tn knov, that the place to got
A Sllionlh slime,
A go d sh.iin oo,
A lasliionablti hair-cut,
Ornnyth ngbittiat line,
la nt tho Uiusn CK.srn.iL UAitnr.it
uoi', coiner Eighth uml Commercial.
0 6-tf J. GKOItOK Stkinhoush.
I.omJ Utiriiori liM PII.EJK1U
Samuel Music's Confes
sion. Was Present when Sis
ney and Spence
Marshall Grain the Hired
Forty Armed Citizens
John Bulliner and Doc
(SrtcUl l)lintrli In Culro lliillrlln.
Caiio.ni)ai.k, Sept. 10 Samuel Mtute,
the Williamson county man arrested In
Cairo, Thursday, by John Cain, passed
through hero this morning and was taken
to Marion. During tho passage on the
train he was bountifully
sUTLILI) Willi WHISK V,
and nt Marlon ho was kindly received,'
and treated to more whisky. l!y this
time he was in a frame ol initid to reveal
all he knew. Parlies were selected to
talk wirit HIM,
and performed their jiart so well that
Music made what is believed to be a full
and candid confession, lie lias been
connected ivltli the Uulliner gang some
eighteen mouths, or more, and claim
that he lired none of
THK 1MTAL HI10T.S,
but was present when Slsney and Spence
were assassinated. The murderer, of
both men is .Marshall Grain, living near
Cr.ihisville. When Mulo made hi- con
fe-slon, the sheriff of Williamson county
and armed them to the teeth. Thev im
mediately started to arre-t the various
parties named by Mu-lc. At Crainville,
Jep, Sain and 1)111 Crahl were arrested.
At Cartervllle. John llullluer and Doc.
MeCaity were captured. At least twenty
men are now In
l CltsCir Or .MAKsIIALL CltAl.V,
and It is thought he will be taken before
morning. Allen Haker Is anothi r of tho
gang. He Is supposed to be at Dtnmoin.
Olllcer Low and others went up on the
U p. in. train to arrest him. Music say
Grain was hired by the J'lilllncr- to
and that the price paid for the deed was
I feel s.itislled that Music lias told a
pretty straight story. lie has given Hie
names of every one engaged on the Uul
liner side. 1 regard the
Vn.MIBTrA AT AM V.XH.
for the Hnssell side will doubtless ike
I will write you more and full particu
lars to-morrow. II.
Steamer Jim FUk, Padueah.
" Julia, Vieksburg.
Tow-boat Gov. Allen, Pittsburg'.
Steamer Jim Fik, Padueah.
" Silvyrthnru, Evansvllle.
Tow-boat Gov. Allen, Padueah.
" Grand Lake No. '2, N. 0.
Sung-boal S. II. Long.
HIVKlt AND WKATHUll.
The river last evening was 10 feet
11 2.r inches on the gauge, having risen
Hl-.lolnu Inch during tho previous "Jl
The weather is quite cool, and a
strong north wind made hats anil tilings
dance yesterday. A sprinkle of rain fell
nud settled the dust. Tho ehaiu.ro U
very agreeable, but Is so marked that
quinine will no doubt bo In greater de
mand than ever.
Uiisluess Is still Improving.
The Ark. Hello Is the Evatisvillo
packet tills evening.
Tho Eekert was biilkheadiitg the lit
tle .Tint Heeso when the Julia came by.
The Grand Lake added largely here
and cleared for New Orleans' with two
barges last evening.
The Jim Fisk arrives and departs
early for Padueah, sltieo Jlio Evaiisvllle
packets conui through.
Tho Sllverthorne brought 100 sacks
wheat, 70 barrels pork, 057 sacks corn
and 50 tons sundries. She reports 3 feet
at Cumberland Island.
The Governor Allen yesterday vc
shipped 1000 kegs nails, 50 bbls rement
and forty tons Iron, etc., tor tho South,
anil had n fair trip for St. Louis.
WAP. Dei'AltlMKNT ItlVll ItKI'OHT, (
!-cni. l, 3l3.
LOW WATEH.' '-"A:'u,-
it, in. rr. i is.
"TT T n
0 - -i
It 0 11 II
I 15 U XI '.'
60,000 envelopes, nil grades and prices,
JusUiolTtd at tho nmro-f )ob 0019
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farm, unit ;t,O0O acres of
unimproved nnd in Alexander join ty.
"VVUcr's Mock" mid ' Winter's K iw.'
A ljrs'o number ot desirable Itaaidciiccs,
iii.t eviellctit va.ntit hols, sultablo Tor
bu Ir.ess lmu.es nd re-ldmicts.
Iloit-e on Nlncteiuth jtreet, lor iJO, with
ptlvllece of leiif.
Winter's lllork Sultablo for Motet, 0 Al
ecs or Daslncss rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered I, 7, 8 and I), In
Wlntci's How, ft rooms each, for $10 per
No. It), (5'riier; 912 .V) 7 rooms.
Tint desl able double Cottigo on corner
of Till tecnth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Eleventh -tr.cts,
mlt itile for Dwelling and ltu-lnes.
Two huii-cs on Commercial, below Sixth
slleet, stiluble (or lltisliiess iluti-es and
Two mall Houes west or Twenty-second
-trcct, near I'loc, f4 rach per month.
Dwelling huiie on Twelfth, near Wul
nut, 0 room, for ?12 per month.
liu-inssi house on l.eveo, near Eighth
street, for ?.0 per month.
yon lease, oi: pale.
A number of Lot on f.oice, abOTo
Twelfth lret, outside fire limit. Also
a lare number of other Lots in different
bauds in tracts to suit, near Cairo,
i37-l'il!cncr liter at Oeorse Littner'a
isiloon. on Commercial avenue, between
riftliand ?ltli streets
Ion ilouii IlKiirc!. nt J. It.
. 11111. 1 I- A ss m
M'lish I .( . I .
Heady printed package's of wash ll-t
enough in each book to lat two years,
for 50 cents cadi at the Uui.t.r.riN Olllee
for the ne.vt two days.
it is i it roc i
Lime at lowest prices at Jno. It. Phillls
I, line, I. Inn.
100 barrels of lime, be-t quality, for -ale
at low-down figures at Jno. It. Phillls &
tsjTXX Amber and White rag stock
envi-Iopesatthe IlL'Li.r.n.v olllee. ptintod,,
?:t nOatid s-1 00 jier M.
Rr7rN Hag .-tuck envelopes at the Ut:i.
t.r.tiN olllee, 25 per M.
Co XX Woodstock envelopes at the
Hi'Li.i:n.v olllee. j.'l Oil per .M.
For three days, Hun, at low prices, in
barrels, by Jno. H. Phillls A Son.
'STI'il-i ru-r Uccr at George Lattucr's
ta'oop, on i. ouiQicrclal avenue, between
Filth and SUth street. ll-S-tf
Obstacles to Marriage
Happy veilct f5r youn men from tlio el
tuct ot Knora ami Mm-ea In early lltu.
Manhood tcstorcd. InipedlmuntH to Mar
riage removed New method of treat
m nt. s'ew ami reinarknblo remedies
l'. ioks anil Circul..rj sent free, In scaled eie
vclnpe. Addre Howard Association.
411) X. Ninth at., Vhllaile'lila, I'n. -an In tl
union haviiijii hiti reputa on fir honor
ahloeondilut and professional skill.
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Corrected Dully by I'.. -M Sttiirna, I'uinnilsslon
mvrclmnt, -.ixiebiry of the I nlro Ib.nnl ol
Flour, Kreonlliiif to irrwW $C 00
Corn, mixed, suekitl 73c
Corn, white, nacLeil S'.'c
Dntti, niixi-l e.lc
llron, 'it ton till "'
Mi-.il, steam drii-1 ,1
llntter, choice urthvrn -ic
llutter,clioii'L Miuthern 111 lie
Kk's, inriliizen , l'e
Ctiiekens, per dozen - el S(3 ii
'lurkeyo, it dozen S7i;i 10 ()
Apples, (holes', per barrel ti M
Apples, common, per biiricl 91 "
1'oUiluis, j isT barrel SI M
Dillon- nerlmrrel ... J.I 00
XORTHSIDE OF EIGHTH STltEE'J
Ootween Waohinirton and Commercial
1 ho umlenilxned h i the plc.isnre of annnune
!o lln'i'illzi'TiM oil nlro and the siirroiimliuz
country that ho Iiuh established a
fur tile file of Joseph f chnaidcr'a celebrated
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER,
and on thnrieit notice bur will be dcllrertd
cold itud ready lor tap .
tony .Nlnnr.rtwiF.5En. .aent.
Dunot under l'lantu' Home.
Healer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahinirtor iad Comwwolivl
Avenues, adjolnrjJK Hinuy'i,
rrri'i'S Cnr mla the beat Btef. Terk. Mutton
iS. Veal, Lamb, Satuaja, Ac,, anil It are
lirl to but rnilllsM hi nn, acoviiUbla maonw
noticks or Tin rmi
..lap'lon to popular Aeslres ua Sei u i, !
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