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ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 K
' IH MUM the Short Monle
Bsthty Ml hort KohI
TO ST. X.OTJIS
HO CUANGK OK OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
""""""'poilon nd nil point! ot.
Mll..nkl Jsassrllle, Mtlon,
Ihu ! ! CBl dl"'cl rrU" 10
QutncT, , h,,k'
(lock I.Un.t, l !!.
OmhsaUII points northwest.
Drawing Room Sleeping U
p ChMki to all ImportiiEl .fllnts.
For ticket. ml infortnition, pply t 1 C. R.R
J.Pot Vt .fro" on lord In tmn.it slJncr be
uSiottamtai and Cairo. P
rilro I ticket oOe tliMUghout lnmitli.
t?! I'. JOHNSON. Orn'l rW AK'I. Chic0.
A. MlTC-utt. Gsn'l tfup'l. Chl,(0.
,. JOHNSON' Ag't, Cairo.
Iii4cnser train, on the Illinois Central
Un 'Xe tW From and after 2:1U
J io. to-day trains will run a follow :
Mall, txcert Sunday
...1:15 a. m.
rfM, daily except Snnday.. P. mL
SUNDAY KXCU 113 KIN'S.
r. . i ..... mii nvriir.
ilon train will he run each Sunday on tne ;
Vitrn unit V IicentlCI lanmiwi, mhik"
tit., a and Mound City. a lollo tv
Leave M'd City. AlTive at Cairo.
4:a0p.:n -. p.m.
Leave Cairo. Arrl o at MM City.
,1 a.m. a.m.
6 p.m. MO p.m.
Tare for the round trip, llfty cent.
Charles o. Wood, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
CAlltO. AH1CAN3AS AN'D TUX5 It. It.
On and alter Monday, June t. "IBT.'l, 'rains
will run lally, except Sunduy, between
Ureenlteld's landing and HltciUni,
lounty, Mlkboun. a follows:
Leave Orvcnticld's lOrffl a.m. and r30 p.m.
Arriie " QM " " MQ "
Charleston 1(M0 " " U:W "
" tJttfton T.10 p.m. IMS tf
CAIRO AND VINCK.NNES RAILROAD
Trains now leave Cairo and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound City.
-, &uiu. 7:lUa.m.
12 in. I:t5p.m.
o:lA n.m. fiMl)
Chas. O. Woop, (lcn'1 Ticket Ag't.
vAIllO AND VINCENNKS RAILROAD
On and after Monday, Kclinltry 3, 1S7:1,
rains on the C. and Y. railroad will run as
6::w a. in.
' Jlound City.
.-rue Viueennes .,
;:ir, p. lu. le.
6:W " ar.
, WJi it. in.
, 3.01 "
eare A'Incennes... 7:00 a.m.
" Mt. Carmel.. 8:22 '
" Carmi OM "
" Norn City.. 10:32
" Eldorado ...UM
" Mound City.. 4:S) p. in.
;:ryj a. m. le.
Connecting at Vlnccnnes with tlio Iiidl
aspollsaiid vlnucnnc,Uhlound Mlsrl-
.nd Evan.vllle and Crawfordsvillu railroads;
,t Mt. Carmel with tho Louisville and Now
-vlbiny airline; at Carmi wilh thu sjt. Louis
isd southeastern ; at N'orrUClty thu Spring
leld and Illinois Southeastern ; at I'Jdorado
a llli the Bhawueelown branch ot the lt.
Louis and Southuastero: ul Cairo with at
Mobile and Oblo railroad traufur boat, aim
steamers for Memphis, Red River, Ytcks
burg and New Orleans.
Cit as. O. Wooit, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
,)No. Lkk, JR., sup't.
LOCAL WEATHllH UKl'OKT.
U. S. Sio. Sku., unar.hVKit'a f ippicr, )
Caiuu, June VO, IbU, 10:11 p.m.)
Tlicrmometcr 75 degrees.
Wind, southwest, uloclty 2 miles per
Maximum tempcrattiro last 21 hours, at
4 p. tn., W degrees.
Minimum temperature, la.t 21 hour, at
r a. ra., 72 degrees.
Prevailing wind last 21 hours, mjuuiwcM.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
24 hours, 110.
Eowis Uahlan'i. Observer.
SHOO FLY I DON'T RODDER ME I
(let one of Statidlnger't tly exterminators,
l IlKEIlW AIIT, OlITII A CO.
Regular boarders at tho European bote),
lUrry Walker proprietor, recelxo board at
tho rate of &20 per month. MtMt
On Division street, between Twentieth
and Twenty-first street, a two-story house,
six rooms and nummer kitchen. Apply at
Central hotel, or to O, I. Lyon, uext door
to premise. IMO tt
Mrs. 11. I. Horn withe tn inform her
patrons and the ladle ol the city generally,
that she lu removed her dress-making
rooms, No. 134 to No, 1 0.f next door to thu
Atbciiciim, up stairs. (J-s-lm
Fine white; ulnglo and double A amber
single and double X Cuuary, best quality ol
luaulIU, blue letter, etc, etc. fj0,0U0 for
kale, printed at $3 &0 to 0 50 per thousand,
tit tho llULI.KTI.V OFl'lLK.
A calilnct organ, n good :; new, and ol
llit-clas wanulacture will be sold low nnd
on easy terms by applying U
Mn. M. J. Dewkv,
C'or. Washington Ave. and J'ouitcenth St.
Valuable rrnl estate con. I, tin- ot three
lot Iroiiting om Flftecuth street between
Walnut and Cedar; large Iraiue liou-e nearly
now.'two ttorles, three room on each lloor,
outhouse, etc, For further particular tu
quire at the, premises. Mun. C. Hkhtiian.
The place to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheaper than any other place In tlio city l
No. 2. Seventh street. Try It II. Ant..
New stock and new tylc ol wall piper
paint. oll, window gtos, etc., clc.fatlt. !'.
Mclg' new store, Washington avenue and
Hevontli street. Call and co tho latest
style In wall paper before purchasing rise
j Hack lor the Cairo, Arkansas nlul Tcxa
'railroad, Martin;,' Iroin White .V (irccr's
1 .tore, corner ol felxth street and Ohio Icveo,
I rtina follow:
I I .i at n A.m.
Arrive liuit at,
10 11. Ml.
John Mrvekh, Agent.
' John 0. Hclcnhurg has at his old stand a
' great variety ol the choicest brands of
' cigar. Lovers of the weed should try hli
clear Havana., whlrh are undotllitc ly the
' hetclgars In thli marict. No one who lias
i tried them ever call tor iinvthlnff ele, tor
! all good Judge ol clgura pronouneo them
I tho Miuon-purc Havana ol a mpcrlor qual
ity. Ten cents ft piece, or i' &rt per 100.
, Stand on Klghth strict, near Ohio loveo.
' A new hotel hai been opened In
hotio located on tho corner ol
street and Washington aeuue. It will he
known ni Ilrown's hotel, und proprictored
by Mr. llroun, whoo reputation n- a hotel
Ueipcr l well-known lu this city. Tho
house hu liecii thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and li In every way tlrt.cla-'.
The tables are at nil tunes furuMied with
the bct tho sca.ou afford", nnd tho charges
liberal, being only $1 U) per day. .Mr.
Hi own solicits nnd dcerve a hare of tho
public p.itronage. o-I Itt
A glance til the local column, of tho
'Sun' yettordny owning Informed u that
Davit had not hinted at his Methodist
brethren In vain. Ho compelled them to
giro Iii in a big adwrtitcmont. Davis it
at moneytnatt he Is devout. Ho
praises the Lord with his tongue, and lias
his hourt centered on his purse. Wo nsk
with him : '-Wliat is tho uso of being a
Jtotboditt if Ono can t mako a cent or two
out of the brethren ?" If I), kuupa on in
his religlo'incnoy-making way lie will own
a national banU b.foro bo dies.
' TliU Is to intorm thu people of Cairo that
1 Itcv. C. Dilerschner, pastor of the Gorman
' l.uthcrn church ol this city, has opened a
i school wherein both the (iermati and Kng
li.sh language will bo taught. Ir there are
tho-e among our American born citizens
1 whowMi to hae their children learn
read, write and speak tho German language,
they now have an opportunity to gratlty
that wish. Hov. Diierschncr Is. a thorough
(lerman and Ktigll'! i-cholar, and will spare
no effort to mako the tehool of which he I
principal a ucecs.
Ityorderotthe liOARHOr Diim:ctoiim.
u-i 1 III
' Tho ft,lu.v Ul""n ".vj : "It may do
:for wealtbv printers, like Kerry of tbe
' tA , .J, ..' . r.
DuQulon 'Tribune,' and llootb of tho Per-
rvvillu 'Union, to Indulge In tirade aealnal
tho pais systoin ; but Houton of tbo Jones
boro 'Gazette,' Knapp of tbo Tamaros
'Watchman,' Obcrly of tho Cairo Hullk-
tik, Moudy of bis own 'Democrat', our- j
self, and many others, will suffer, aiid wo
tbcreloro oppose, regretfully oppose, tbii
dastardly hclminq to deprive us of our free
rides. "We suffer much bv tho new postal
law, and with this to follow, who can tell
whoro wo may alight.
Wc are luformtd that nr. assault or
1 was mado upon Rev. Mr. Shores, Thuri
I day evening, by ono of Sleeper' ecclesi
' attical council, but tbo bravo bearing of
I tho old man Intimidated bis enemy. The
lamo angol who walked with tho three
children of Israol through tbo fiery fur
naco, and with Damul In thu den of lions
encompas Shores. Thev will surely pro
tect him from Sleeper. Tbo innocent
have a buckler through which thu
weapons of tin cannot pierce. Shorr. Is
innocent. Sleeper U sinful. Therefore,
bleepor cannot injure Shores.
A. lllack of the shoe store lias lii.t
received his second stock ol summer vboc
and slippers this season, and Is now opening
a line of goods whu-Ji for style and work
luuiishlp cannot bo excelled In tho southern
part of the state. As heretofore, be make.
It a speciality always to keep on band the
latest styles of ladle', ml.-cs' and children's
shoes and slippers of llrola-kl's renowned
custom work, Which ho sells at pi Ice rang
lug much lower than eastern work can be
purchased elewherc, as there I no Jobbeis
between him aud the manufacturers. J 1 1 -t
stock of genu' and youths' congress gaiters,
buckle shoe, Prince Albert, Edwards and
Alexh, an entirely new st)le, is very largo
and varied, and will suit tho most fastid
ious. Ho would particularly request the
gentlemen to Inspect his liuc of shoes be
fore they desire to purchase or havu madr
euewiicre. 0-17 Tit
Tbe scent Zt thu " slaughter
houses was wafted as far north
east yesterday as The Rui.etis
office. Hut wo don't tare. Wo used to bo
a butcbor and a Unntr, and can conse
quently stand any stink on tho eaith.
And beside the stink ttmt Issues from n
slaughter-house is honltby stink. When
tho plague was in Jerusalem a number of
j..r ngu ooiora me I'liriillan era
didn't the city council, Abraham AVood
baue being then mayor, ordor tlio butch
er to kill beeves in all tho principal
stroots, und lot them rot there? And
didn't this expedient drivo away tho
plaguo f Ono beef killed on Jericho nvo
nuo was particularly odorous, nnd it is re
n.i..i.i . j i ..
avuu uy us biencn llw lives of nt i
least live thousand citizens. With these
historical facts before their eyes, bowdaro
our city council complain at" the stink, of
thu slaughter-houses, or persecuto the
butcher by requiring them to bury tho of.
fal oftliecattlo kilted by them ' Thw '.Sun'
must help u out.
REAL ESTATE I oil a.I.E,
Two houses and three lots on the corner
of Souiuth und Walnut liect. Tho house
aru as good a now, baling been Ihoiouglily
repaired this last spring. Wl.l be sold at a
bnignlii. Enquire on the pieiubc, or at
12.1 Commercial u emie. 0-1 1.2
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington axcnues, has
just openod out u stock or new and fashion,
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty dltlcicntMylesor ,au ami, bonnet,
beside a large assortment ol ribbons, flow
ers and notion ol all sorts, all of w hich wll
be sold at the lowest price..
DR. AUSTIN'S GRI'.ETINO.
To my friend; and patron. I wish to say
kindly, but sadly good bye I lcve Pun.
day afternoon. A. M. At Ttv.
Twonty.flvo farm handi to dig and box
potatoes) prompt, cash pay anil good
ration or Loard. Apply at 0. (lreenloo
store, Oooio Island. For partlrular.. In
iluirontNow York store. O-l'J tf
As warm weather N njiiironchliig the
lowr.t ot Ico cream will be glad to Icaru that
Mccri. .saiip .t Clark'on have llttcd, up and
refurnl-hed, lu elegant .Myle, their Ire cream
parlur. Their mammoth wd.t fountain h:i
nl-o been nut In mimlm? order, and iiolblnc
is wantln;; about the etalilllunent to make
tho pleaoirc ami comfort of their patron
oin: iiUNDitKD mi:n wantkd.
One huiidreil men wanted to work on the
Ml"i-lppl Central railroad, seven inll
MiuteweM ot DrcMlcn, Tfiuics.cc, and
twcliu colored men for tcamMcra, by Slice
hau t Toler, eontraetorx. Oood wages
given and free tranpottatlon liirnUhcd,
Apjdy to M. Itt iiNit,
1'roprlctnr Moclntilcs boarding liiiilH,t
Cairo Illinois, C-I'J-II
This popular hotel has been retltted and
Z.1 . .. ,.: I
iuiliuiu rt-'jiiMiij, 'lilVl'l III nil!. 111. MIC
innnllln- i.nbll.. ,l nor..,,,. .U.lrin,. I
pleasant quarter by the week or mouth, will
always II ml them at the Commerclil hotel.
Itates of board have been rcdurtcd n Tot-
lows; Day board, $1 W per week; transit,
i 1 M per day: board and lodging, fi'om fr
In JT per week. Mils M. J. WlllTK,
Illinois Ckxiual HailuiiakC'o. I
AiiK.vrV jfkil'K,Caiiio, .luue IT, IsT.'i.
To persons wlhlng to attend tho Saunger- j
lest to bu held at Iilbllille, from .lllliu 'JO
2i, Inclusive, we will .-ell excursion tickets)
to Dubuque nnd return at $18 30. Sale or
tickets will commence Jnne H, and bo dU-'
continued dune 22. Tickets good to return i
until .Tunc 2H, liic.ln-lve. , j
lM7 4t. Jamks .Ioi;i.v, Agi'iil. 1
Suu copy. !
A GOOD IN VKSTM KNT.
A rnro chnnro Is ollVirod to some man
with money to invest in good paying
property in tho most desirable part of the
city. Two lots, 50 foot front on the ave
nue, house 3 stories. Two large storcj
can bo II It fed up on tho first lloor, thu up
per storlos nro well arranged for ollicoA or
dwolling". For further pnrtlcular en
quire, of John Q. Uaiimak A: Co.,
t'.-l-tf Real F.Uatu Agents, Cairo, Ills
(iua. Holm. Sixth street, near Oblo b-tee.,
la ju.t lata out a eon-uieraiiio Mini oi
money In repainting, papering, and in every
way repairing his barber shop, and his Is ,
now one of the nicest. If not the nicest ton
sorlal establishment In Cairo. Helm cm-
ploys none but tirst-clat workmen In his
shop, and wo venture to say tho two young
...... .. I. a I.. .1,1 tftM..tn.,u II. .T. ,.
mill ,YiJi IIU,, uniu ffiiua.iviui i;4iiiiui
no exceueu in tneir calling oy any outer i
barber or barber? in the city. Try them.
Davenport Rrothkiis' pritua! o
ancci, by the celebrated PnorT,. Hall,
whose meduisticpowors h.ivo overwhelmed
vast audiunces with astonishment and nuo!
Spirit hands appear in full viow of the
Spirits tio and untie ropes, and musical
instruments play ! ,
(Jo, and bo convinced thit Jpiriu onn do
more than man.
To-NtaitT, AT THE Am K.N KIM. lt
TO THE PATRONS OF THE 1
WHEEL till & WILSON SEW
Ths only authorized agent of this
maehino in Cairo U Robert J. Foster,
J whose oftlco is on thq corner of Sixth
street and Oommerrial avenue In Daniel
Hnrtmnn's store. J. C. Carson is not
authorized to adjust or repair my machine,
and parlies must not look to mo if their
machines nro injured by him.
St. Louis. Juno '20, lb'3. 0-21-lw.
SH ININU U I' ON TH E LEV EE. I
Tim front of tho First National bank j
building bus recently boon painted, and
nuw, Millor it Parker aro palming tho ml- j
Joining building with thn colobrated
Averiil Chemical pnint. 11. F. Moigs dou I
tho work, and N, E. We.y A; Co., geiior&l I
commission merchants, Sixth street, fur-'
nisb tho paint. They Imvo plenty more I
ol tbo sainu sort in convenient paekngos
and all color mixed ready for use. lt is
tbo most durable, brilliant and economical .
pnintin the world. Why don't you buy
some ' tf, "
Fl'RNHTIti: FOR SALE AND lKU SE
1 will sell at private sain the following de
scribed gooilH, to-wR: One seven octavo
piano (.lames Vou's in ike), 2 tine marble top
bureaus, 1 niarblu top wash stand, 2 line
bedsteads, t line wardrobe, 1 bathtub, 1 con
tinental sclf-leediiig beating stove, 1 cotton
m itres., i m:itrcsos, 1 marble top centre
table, :i heatliiL' Move", 41 yards of ltrusseU
carpet, 21 yards threo-pll carpet, 2d yards
two-pll carpet, fi coal oil lamps, 2 ca-tors.
I washtnbs, 1 settee, 1 easy-chalr, 2 sewing
machines (Wheeler .t Wilson make),
jards rag-carpet, mid boiso In rent to a
good tenant. ji, ,, K,,s
sEL'l'Ri: THE SHADOW. genco in a largu quantity 01 uin.
Have you visited Schlesli.ger's new pho-' If my ono wihe to see tho band or any
logruph gallery 011 Eighth street between 'i1'1 nu or ,,,u '"" Ml 11'"u',on no
Coiiiincrclal and Washington avenues y It 1 band tan bu seen to-night nt tho Atho
not, vou should do so, and give the pioprle- ! nomn. That is to say, wu have beuif told
ii.rniiopporiiinnv to try his si, in taking
of jou ii perfect likeness and a splendid
pUtiiio. Mr. Sehlesliigei's gallery L lilted
up in thu best style, with the Intention ol
doing nothing but perfect vvoik. Tho
ladles' drawing room Is beautifully fur
nished, and the operating room has a sky.
n. .1.. . . ... '
Usui iiusurpasseii uy nny in tho West, su;
Schksliigcr Slopes hi. many friends, who
have heretofore given tu him ti.r patron.
age, will eontliiue liiolr f iu)r. qu lm.m
and the public generally he cxteiid an In -
t llntlo., to visit bis room,, whether desiring
work done at present nrnot, satuiled that
the appearanco ol 111 gallery, thu many
ennvenlence be ha i.ro.-uied-lmieed, J,
tbe latest linprovemciit in his art-and the
.kill of an operator of great merit, lately of
London, Mr. Frank Locke Steele, will com-
mand their patronage when they shall need
work to be done,
An cecloaiastlcnt council convened to-day
with the First .Missionary Haptlst church,
In Its houso of worship, for tho purpo.o of
oxamlniii" .1, W. Moore, and, if he should
provo hiiasull rotnpotent, to send him
forth Into th gospel ministry.
Tbcrcl'oro tbo council found said candi
date competent, and h ias arcordlngl
ordained as ft Haptlst minister.
Juno tho 1 ".lb, ls'n.
Ki.dkii 111. ri.cn,
k yn aston 'iu tiTT: rno.NT.
Mr. .luinoi Kynaston, whoso reputation :i
butcher Ii par evcellent with the peojile
ol this city. I nlintit to open n new meat
shop near the corner of Commeiclal avenue
and Twentieth street, no.rt tlnor to Mr. l'at
Hurt' giocery store. It Ita wtdl iliown nnd
acknowledged fact that Mr. U'ynaton, dur
ing his long experience in the meat busi
ness lu this city, never ollcrcd to his custom
ers :inj thing but tho choicest of every Jlud
of meat. He Is a good Judge of cattle, and
buys nothing but tho joungest and IntteM,
and lis n roneiu'cnco has the b'et of beef.
The same may be :ild ofoiery kind of meat
sold by him. Uivc him atrial, nnd our word
lor It, you will always bo pleased, iJ-Im tl
I Tl I.' (!l lllll' I tlM.' IViillll l u'
" un following in from tho Ne Y
l',.l,i.. iVx ,.,!
Thu tltobo Life 1 doing a goo I, jf.,
nil cash bilsiuv, nddiug" over "'i'.-hn;i
million I'aeli tutvrding nr to ill re
tained accumulated iwiU,"for thu futilto
guiirautei' of nil tho policies itiund. Tho
sneers of thu Olobu Iihs alo boun n irk !.
Having sturtud in 1H0I, it now Ins t W.-
irJl.eOii ot iiisuranco in force, nn iikviiio
'of Sl.Sai.of-, nnd .f:J,8l0,e!)U ol neeumu
, latcd cash nesets, bi-slde thu div-
IdumU nnd lixsei paid l..cu
, tho organization of tho conipnny. Mr.
l'llny l-'rumnn, thu voternn 1 if o insur
nnco underwriter of America, stancd tlio
I (Hobo on tho ull-caili plun, nrxi still retnins
j the preiideiicy. It 1ms a boar J of director
eompofud of some of the most rospontlblu
anil sueeesiiul morchants of this city.
John V. White, whoe oflleo Is at the
ogrni'fof Kleveiith street nnd Commotcinl
avenue, is tbo general agent of this reliable
company. All losses within hu district
are promptly paid by him,
.ST. JOHN'i! DAY JMC.VIC.
Tl'KDAY, JUNK 1! I, 187:',.
Thoru will bt uiveti under iho niHjiioes
of tho Masonic fraternity, John s day,
. I line 2 1,
i n.vsr.Kr I'lcxu-,
At tbo romantic grounds near Tunnel
Hill on tbe Cairo and Vincenne railroad.
Ml4,ons, their friends and familios
,.,.. . n,rttnB, ,.,
person will bo permitted to attend unless
ho ha first procured a ticket from
a Mason. A'-poeial train will leave
.Seventh streot, stopping nt Twelfth, Four
teenth, Eighteenth, Twcnlialh nnd Thir-
- . . , , ,
ty - foiirth streets, at 8 o clock a. in.
will return, leaving Tuniioll Hill nt p.
tn. Tho Delta .Sil.ver Cornet band bas
been cngHgd. A baggage car in chnrgo
of competent steward will convey bas
... , ,. n, , . ..
kets. All articles should bo properly
marked with name in full. Fair for tbo
round trip, ono dollar. Ticket, ean bo.
had on application to tho undor.-igned
members of committee, viz:
J. O. SciiLK-isi.vnKn,
P. O. Sciit n,
E. C. Uhl,
It U Lot, It i hot, it I hot,U i hot !
Showers again ycaterday. Sboworo
every day now. Showers are tlio genornl
I Richie ba bcon rclnstatod in his former
position of conductor of tho neeommoda
Tbo .Masons' pic-nlo in tbo most romnn-
I tic hollow on thu lino of tho Cairo and
I Vinconncs rallr6nd on St. John's day
I next Tuesday.
Tho MacarthyH, favorite in Cairo, pro-
pose, liko bread cast upon tbe water to
; return to us after many day. Thoy will
I bo nt tho Atbenoum Monday and Tuesday
j River freights nro low. AVbon n shipper
. at bt. Louis ask for rates, tho agent' re.
I ply is : "Fill up your bill of lading at
i any price you please." Si. skva tbo Mom
Prof. Hall will givo mi exhibition of
spiritualistic power ut tbo Athcnoutn
to-night. 11a will do all tho tricki wo
think they am tricks of tho Davenport
brothers, and moro, too.
Our suggostion of .Mr. M. IJ. Harrell ns
associalu justice on the bench of tho county
court ba met with much favor.
Everybody ny, wltb Tllulll'LLETI.V.thut
ho will mako a aioit exculiunt officer.
Thu raid upon Ruv. Mr. Shores con
tiliuo. Even Harrell of tbo "Uazetto'
ha gonu back on tbo old geutlemun ; but
wo aro m true to him as tho micdlo is to tbo
mvsterlous attraction in tbo chamber of
Tim Hibernians are pitting things into
shapu for a splendid culebrt!ou of tho
Fourth of July. They nro going to liavo
all their arrangements completed for n
grand display of patriotism and indul-
to; but iplrtuallsiii, with nil deforuncu to
Denton and bis followers, 1 n humbug.
It 1 reported that a Cairo man stood at
1 tbu entrance to 0110 of tbo tunnel in Chi
cago, during tbu jubilee, nnd mado the
ijountryinon pay fifteen cent nplcco for
tlio nrlvlloiro of passim; through. How
I"1")' Oftotsu cent inon ba Cairo got.
Mound City Pntrlot.
The ghoit ha been caught and will bo
1 displayed to-night nt the Atboncum, Hoi
K ,)(,0lllUr MMt lml beyonJ M doubt is
,i,tu,iUl,0 vfor iuuofurod hlra at
! 1 "mu,u,,t" , , iT.li""
6ret oxpomoofiplrll power, but bo ngn
! Kr(,,t "'Odium ho Miccoedod. Yo have
i 1101 lt',,' ! pbotograpti, but liVo boon
ftvtured that bo boar talking rosem-
blhnce to one of the member of'tbs) city
.llNH 21, 1873
A Cinclnnnti directory man w in tbe
city yestdrdny. He bad 1il arrived fr.-m
Paducali, where, bo informed it', tx
dentin front chol?ra lmd occurred on
Thnnday nlgbt. Tho citizen' are much
frightened. Many fatnlllo aro leaving
nnd business lias beiin aJniol entirely dls
continued, Old John Robiiisjn, who Is ugrulV old
boy tho noisy boss of tbii bolt cir
cus In tbo world a rlrciif, tbo employes
of Wblsh nro all C'luUttsn gciitlonien,
who eschew tbo aluit of tlio ring on
never drinkOld John
nforeiald will bo in Cairo soon. l'"ar oil'
hl coming blnes.
That man in Cairo who, tbo other morn
ing, bade- bit family an nllectionnto adieu, 1
announcing it hi, Intention to commit
suicido and Mnrtcd off with n biblu nnd a
botllo of whiskey, ls been heard from.
Uu drew comfort from ono lourco or tlio
other nnd ropent-d hi determination. 1
Mound City Patriot.
limy reok to heaven tho nest holu in
tho rear of tbo Dolmonico holft), nnd tho
other dcatb-hole neur Mayor Wood mill,
uciween uuio loveo nnd Conimereial nve
nuo The (Mlnoy 'Herald local calls to
our attention as applicable to extraordin
ary stinks, nml conseqently npplicnblo ...
thoso boh", tbo beautiful lir.us of the
'-Co sou what I have sawn ;
t!o fool wlmt 1 h-v felt ;
f lo out at oarly disvn
And smell wlmt hnva smult '
Wo shall puhtish'oti Sunday morning
tlio prscyi'dlngs of the eolorml cccclosia.
ticnl I council of thn colored llaptlit
eburoli of Caldwull S: Co., vsbiqb luu beon
in session suvernl days, and yerturdny
cooked Mr. Shore's goosn by finding bim
guilty of curtain charges. Tho trial wn
Eke tho handle of n Jug nil on one side
Shore refused tu defend himself before
nigger;, as bo culls tbom, who will ussoci
nto with u vvbi to mnn liko Sleeper; but
the proceeding of the trial wore raV- and
wo will print a report of them.
Two ladies of tbo dotnl ruundo l.io
Robinson and Sarah Nnmolcss, jii't nr
rlvod from Memphis indulged In a very
exponivo buggy rido Thursday evening
They hired a borso nnd buggy, nnd us
thov rodo they drank. A lljey drunk
thoy boenmo drunk. Tho livery man
meeting thorn tried to got tbo r.oiuon ou'i
but thoy railed a good row, n thundering ,
rumpus, nnd finally shouting liko tbc-Jov-,
lis fell out of tho buggy, exposing to the
public their gaiter. Aftur much trouble '
thoy woro arrested, and yesterday wcra J
fined fCo and costs by tho taudcr-beartid (
Ilroif. Tho unfortunato girl., sober and
infornnlly angry, paid tbo money and
wont on their wicked Wivy no better.
A prominent lawyer of this city bad nn
exciting chaso yesterday morning. He
desired to go to -Mound City; and being n
gentleman who run things close and Is .
nlwnys on timo to tbo second, bo thought
ho would make arrnngcrnonts to reach tbo
depot of the Cairo nnd Vinccnnoi rnilrond
company ono half second precisely bo fore ,
tli" train started. In tomo Inoxpllchblu j
manner bis walcu, which never btfare
wont back on him, lost about one secOTd,
aud its owner gut to tlio dupot a half sec
ond too Into. Tho train had started. Tho
lawyer roacbed out hi hand to grasp tbo
platform of Jio last coach of tbo long
train, nnd fell short about n half inch.
Having great confidence in his heels, our
lawyorly friend took after thu train with .
nil speed, and then occirrod nrncoas cx'dt- ,
ingns tillpin' celobrntod runtwny mutch. ,
Thatplatform,wallkogrnco and tbe Irish- ,
man's. Hue. Whenever tho lawyer thought
hu had it he was mistaken. When Twen
tieth street had been reached Lawyer '
Ulnnk got short of wind nnd gave up the
contest of speed. Tho locomotivo wni too
much for bim. Ho passed by Thk Ilt L-
I.etin olllce on hi return.eurslng all rail- ;
rond corporations, and dumandod of us, ns
hi representative in tho law-making body
of the state, tho enactment of n tntut
that will prevont the monopolists from
perpetrating ucb outrages upon travolors.
HOT WJ'JATIIUK ISUJ.M-i
J KG KEEP COOl.
Refrigerators at from $18 to
$o0. Ice chests at 11,
$15, $17, $20, etc. Ucor cool
ers at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ice cream free.- j
ers, wire cloth for window
screens, bath anil foot tubs,
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
the bushel, barrel, etc., at
JsF.F.UWART, OlITII & Co's.,
KJO Commercial Ave.
Plill'R CUKI-.r.NT Oi kick,
Thursday Kvo, Juno 10, 1B73.
We have no changes of nny import
ance lo note in tlio condition of tho gen
There is very litllu ntiiinnlion displnycd
in anything outside of com nnd corn
meal. Tbeio staple: continuo scarco and In
'actlvo request, at nu ndvance over pricos
of last week.
Flour, wheat, oats nnd hay may bo nil
classed as dull, with little or no movement
to speuk of in either.
Tho weather continue hot and rainy.
Well grounded fear aro entertained that
tlio wet season may greatly
Ii.Juro tbu crop of wheat, which l now
ready for )iarveling, should lt continuo n
great wfrilo longor.
Small frutu, oivpg to tlio unfavorable
ksenson, nro verv scarce. Tbo strawberry
crop espncially Is a failure. Raspborrios
are coming in freely, nnd bid fnir to Vo an
avorage crop. Freight nro quoted tin
changed, JkaJ-Conespondents bould bear In
mind tbnt our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first bnnds, unless oth
erwise etated, and tbnt in filling mall or
tlora higher price must be paid.fi?S
FLOUR-Notbing at all doing. Stocks
are lar(r,e and accumulating. Ordors come
in slowljaend prices r weak and decile-
ine. Saloi were Id) bmVvnrloni grado t
loJO and 100 bbU good XXX 7 2.
HAY Thoro Is no . demand for liny nt
any prion. I'risoi aro nominally $U to
17 scconllng to grn lo, wltb no trnns a itlons
WlIKAT-TIm mill nro woll supplied
and thero Is no shipping lUmat.d. Wo
n to saloi ofl car .Mixliicrraninii $1 HO.
CORN Wbitu corn h In nctivn de
inaiid nt file del, ami 43c in bulk. I!:,
culpt. nf nil kind are light nnd order are
bard to llll. Most 0r tho corn sold here nt
prctunt Is intonded for tbo Interior of the
South. Prices nro firm ns quoted. Salus
embraeo ;t ear mixed in sacks ihd 18c;
1200 sacks white del 6lr; it cur v.hlto In
sacks del oli-, 2 car mixed do l!)o und !!
cars white in bulk un trn.k 4!a.
OATS Very -dull, no demand at nil.
Wo nolo sale, since our last review of H
enrs snekod'an 1 del nt "Sis.
I1RAN Plenty und dull. 1 . ar sold at
f.l2;lel, which is about thu mntket pries.
CORN M UAL-Stock nr.. light nl
itrlfiiti irir ni un nitrnnrn. Itt(t!n1si fiill
short of the demand. Thoro whs consid-
urablu enquiry tc-dy on 'Chungo' for
choice brands and none offering. Sales
were 270 bids' etoam dried del $2 M.
ECUS Markt bare to-day vsitbnn no
li vo onqulry for fresh. A00 dozen sold nt
12 Jo and lOcaMs shipper's count, lrli re-
ceipts suld nt Wjyl-JJe per dozen. (
UrTTI'.R-l'ienty rl-illas 1 uriiilmnged, ,
10 pael.agnt g"d, sold at lre-,nnd 2(1
pnik-Mgfcs (ilmirii (Qlie. 1
Cll ICR ENS Not enough cuine lu to
moot tho demund, r.iciipu lind tstndy salo
nt quotation., n few exlrn olsoiea bull Ald
ni high n ft ywtordny. ('Hoke lmns may
bo q l'jted ! 0,", !u, nnd ebvlu mixed
nt t l 0"(7i :t 80.
l'OTATOES-Very fow of ulthur old
or now in thn market. There i at pres
ent qtiltn nn artive demand for goialieoJ
potatoes, but it will soon bo over.
PROVISIONS Unchanged. Tbo
ktooks on tho market are fnir nnd thu de
mand limited and entirely loci I. Sales
woro 4,000 pds, clunr sides in luts t'l-o
1,010 shoulders, bacon, 7 Jc on order, und
100 plain sugar cured bam on order l!lo
RASl'HERRIES-Fiiid ready snles on
arrival at 20!5c wholesale. We nolo
sales of 20 ernles at 2oV.
DRIED FRUIT Apple ar.) dull nt
1(3 !lv, and penebns arc slow salo nt 6c.
1IROOMS Good country nmdo houso
brooms nro selling nt I i 'i'l 60 por
dozen. We note tales of IS duztui at ll.oto
II AMS Sjjtr ourot ennvnsed ara
quoted ul 1 !01'r. I'lniu country ctir.d
cboico nru qilolod nt I'-'c.
LA RD Utitincd is quotud in tierces nt
SJc nnd in kes n'. .tlgJlOff.
"rRKAKF.VST JJACON -Quoted at
SUGAR. Cclffo A quote.) at 13c;
U(3;1IJp for crilbd, pov.de red nnd grnn
uluted. TEAS. Imperial, 76(j)1 Ufi; Otinpow
dor, 73t 25; Oolong black, 7AV,1
Young lfyson, ?l(yl 10.
CHEESE. Oood detr.nnd ; New York
frvj-lory V H Z(!u.
bYRUl'.S Tlio dumnnil l fir fr
choice nt l!0to$l V- gal, and Now Or
enn ut 7WTrS!0c.
I'LA-TERINO HAIR 35c y bushel.
LIME. In lotil 'J5 to 1 60'ti'bbl.
CEMENT, At whole. ale i2f;'J 60 f
COAL OIL. 'J'Jc.
(JUNNIEri. Ki-sowod 5J bushels 18c;
3 bushol aoc. .
IIURLAl'S. 'JJ buibol cftrn, 0J or.
15je; do II) or. 10c; 4 bmbtils 0t Uoc; 4
bushel Jlc; C bushels 2'.'c.
iiEESWAX. V lb 30c.
SOAl'. Schactler' Oormnn mottled
7$o; Champaign soap, 7Jks.
TALLOW, V lb c.
COFFEE Scarce nnd firm, Java soil
ing nt llOvi-'-Ci Lngiinyrn ZXjI'm; Rio
prune to cboicu 21(?.!oc.
11 ROOMS. Dull; common houso soil
at ?1 00; cboico nnd extra choice J3
a 75 ; neambont tt G0Q 00.
FREK5HT Cotton, coirorossod U
York, ban; to nor t. un
to uw loru 1 1; 10 no-
, l0" ,:,,.ct K..w Orlo-n, kii.1 Vlck
. . i'.'()tHl0. Hppfof, etc, I'.Oc; porl
i; pound freights loo cv.-t; hiy
i por ton; wiiisKey 91 -iu " uui.
I fl-M MKMPIIIK Flour, otp '
TO M KM PH IS Flour, etc 26c per bbl;
pound freights 12n per cwt; bay tt por
ton; wbiskuy 80o per bbl; pork C0o per
OA 110 AND 1'ADUfAlI
MAIL sill AT.
Till. silfn'lll "t'Slner
Dick Fowi.ek, Captnin
Leaves (.alio DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
1 p.m I'm frdghtopas-niri; apply on boat oi
J As. il-VLLOHY, Ag't.
C 0 P P E 1 A S .
15 RO.MO CHLORALUM.
r. A R Ii 0 L A T 10 O V L
p k u :m a n g a
OLIC A 0 1 1)
C II Ii O II I I) E
2TO J? SVXiH! LOW I'EXCSES
-ai . -
COHNF.U WASHlNfiTOX A VKXTK AND KIlHITII STltKKT.
3STO. 74; OHIO
" aii .sKMtt.vijr,
a t ii i: n v. r .M .
KOR TWO iNuTilTrf (),IY
luiiiln. mi l 'liifs.lay. Jinic'i: 2
The t.real Poulberii Vatolitt s
HARRY M) I.OTTIL' MAC!lTJl
Admi'-loii . .
I loots otieii nt
. "i i .
l'erlormalico to ooin
inencneo at 8 o'clock.
IXsTft'euts oun be secured at D. llartliiMi s
D-21 St Jame-s Hcmp.i, Agonl
Im)I i;th up Ji lv.
PA HADE AND WCXIC
Hibernian Fire Company
Xr. I Ol' 'AIItO. I M.N
Cordially Invites the public getierallv to 11
tbs.m in celebrating that glorious diy A
grand time I evpected and all iieccsfat.
arrangcnietits, looking to the comfort nnd
enjoyment ol the participants, have b 111
perfcettd. The cc'.ebratlon of the day wl I
commence with it
Headed by tlio
DELTA CITY CORNET l!NH
In which tli whole fire ilewrtin nt b
been Invited to participate. Atlur tin- pa
r.-i'le tlio-e do-lroiis of attendlug the ikIi
whieli will beheld In thu
Opposite the Htv, will lind the new
till and cfiniiii'idious forrboal
At the lauding pr. p treil tntnkothem across
Parents can take their children and ( I
perfectly .ale 111 dolnRso, as tbe high rattl.
Kiiards of tlio new jerry makes It simp j
imp issibio tor uu accident tn happen, 1 lu
boat Is new, sate and rcliablo.
A PISE DANCING FLOOR
Forty feet in width by liny in length wid I -laid
011 the ground, "no snwdiM," so thai
tboe desttlng lo ttip the "light fanta.t
can lo ro to tlu-lr lieiirts r.-it.-,it
I'rof. Klsf libers' eelebrated string bnd
will furnish tbe music for the occasion.
N'eccs'nrv rufre.hmeuts will bo on the
; LTuiimls in abundance. Come everybodv
I and ndov the liolbl.iy hi good old plcnli
stjic. 'I lie .ii
.lav's festivities will end with a
sriIUBliS II ALL AND (iAHJ-l
1 Faro, round trip 011 boat ,
, t'hlldleu with pircllts free.
Admission to ban, gentlemen, eacu
T. M. I.OVKTT, 1
Hkniiv Stout, Committtr
fi-2Utd W. II 8 riiM.lt, J
' SOUTHERN HOTEL
xo. si omo i.Kvr.t:,
I las been re-opened, refurnished and rcno
vatcd.nnd Is now in excellent condition for
thu. entertainment of tbe public. It la In
every vvuy a first-clae hotel.
Day board..." -. $ 4 N)
.Hoard nnd lodging, rroiu , 5 to 7 00
Transient, per day IW
MAIN CIIO.S1. NTnEl.T,
flood stabling connected with tbo boiirc,
md sample loom for commercial trawler.
Free omnibus to and from all trains.
r, o md. J. M. DAM RON. Proprietor
' ws. ft-
n a t e o f r o t ash,
p O W D E R
M E ,
E R E D
C II A 11 C O A L .