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' if' Kiilffl'" l'H'i", mntM-ti-ry I'll.
(.'' A ''' Kt t lnir-iit mihi, hi Odd-
'I'll " -i.uk,
titiiirriior niiuiiiioiif r.
Al.i:.A.ii;it i.oimii;, so t.
Vttik. Inlleiil Onliritr Odd-lel-'i.Vf
lutt meet tiery '1'1'HrK'Ui) nhhl .
MW1 ill h.tir Mt aett-n. III tlii-ir hull mi
oilmen till au-iwe, lielttn-ii fltli Mid Seventh
.I..n II Im-HH, N O. I
f unto i:smi'jikn r. i o. (i. i ., iiiwi
I. y,n O.i.l-Kell'iwj' ll.il! 011 Ih rt ntil third
aTli- l.n 1 llll'l lllonlll, lit Illlir.lMMt M-len
c a .i.ai k, c, r.
A 1 All!') I.OIHiB. NO i'lT. A.r. A J.M
Hold n Kiilnr fiimmuiiirnllun Hi Ha
i " '"! O..II, e..nier 1 omini-Hlnl amr
'Viiel l.ihili utrwl. on 0w w.iii.I and
t nu li M ,..'l.iy ..finch lii'intii.
Pnri'li School was "ptosd on Moo
March Is'. I tilt pupils w ilt bo lo
re. wl a'. t l !'. a Die condition.
punH-Vd. Tins tr-rOcs of Pro
. ,r Kilclt havo been scour--J lor Instnic
1, n in Hia riirmtn UiiKimzF. 1'orlUD sn
. t-.i . huge willba liuOt. I'U) ltwlitilii.it
1, t-.h (isrmnii only, nil tome lo the
in I oVoek p. in.
..11 intr . (uuiciit, llwtor.
Mr. 1'. 11tzgs-r-mlbiut reHred
, i:iletWwleWHrttt large stock
f 1. 1 .-ii-li nli. lorler, IlmnvM)' brandy
... 1 w in-. and liquor of all UiuK wliteh
.. c a .;-poeoflreaouibleriec-s.
I 'ij Seventy-Use dll:.rs per month.
i wanted eserywri-rc. Trrhei, la
n. , v.. nts, 'tc., file. No capital or out
sv itqiilrwt. Sr-nd -'9 Mill for roug on
o'lfl'. lo l. " U'ni.fiiVAX.
U In III riUtiou. I'llloil Coutilj . Ohio.
(i: mill Mrr Her.
I .n.llurdi nl holds Mill boarding ioiic
v 'lend it to llii-lr silvttJM Weill ion
Mr. 1 jk-man, No 2 1'ourth trn-t, be
i . yn Vfliliipel' hikI CoHimerelil
, niii .icrtln hrr trrnw for iloin liolcl
p i l biiarillDR lion W4liB liv lb rck.
Il r ulrIe-le prin- " are cxtn mcly
iv it. er iIoaii. 1'or piece ork rr w
nro s lollor: Hn'. flilrt an. I
n. li-.; p riJonS?i;i ok &-, two !
tc twj hamiknrelilelp, 8es viVi S-;
ami .1 1 jrentkmeuS wear, "5e. K-r
,.... I.dl-' itrife, t-) fV;
k it-1 1 to 50j; Urwer 10 to l&t-; two
, a.f li ! f; tw ellw6 to 10c. Tor
(.l .111 clothes 11 l r ilon; for la-rifn-
eloth''. f I ' tr l?-n: iloue
irjuipuv, anil itrowptlv Jlcrci. I'a
i.o-.J lnBle roowoti llw uprtrfloorat
- -alnt UJiatlM can HelaI, wTh ooanl.
t ry low rate of f3d iHir mouth
1 tj n: three (teat(rarn i nn be accoui'
i. Junl a Ith il) Uoarl. IIou".c on Wal
n.t. beten uji!htJJ Light li. Apply
t 1 s ttie. WH
(. I.utUf-r lomirof Kourt'tntli ami
. BMiitiK'nn aeime. will fnwtoi lierealter,
i or) .Uy to Wi itntrow s Ne. 1 luni-h, b-vn-.
11 Hip lmttr of Mi tuiil twelve oVlwk.
r uli Milwankoe Uer auilfmriit Hini
in Sit had at lii 1 ir at all tline.
,utlr; r Itcliiinnl.
s t.-ilit .V I'lrli-li Itavo t moved their
uiiiliil dyeliii anil ileanin eta!
11:. 11. i t Irum Hie lorm r of K ilitinml
1 i.i:t. r I il ti WanUliiRton Avenue.
.. ; . -ii Slmh and Tenth itrfe'a. Tonieet
i,v u aiit" or their m ny tuni mtri. thry
1 . o. lrrelandhao Jort recrlvnl from
1. r I .1 Uuk 1' 01 tko flne1 7 ,,t'Ii,
ir. no rea 'y to attend to liny order
,r, u-Hre; nHIMm.
Notleo of itwiitnnl.
1 , 0 well known barber thop, eoi nor
- . l.ili mlC tnmarvial, pre ldrd ov -r by
...i- i- .iiulartlt. (Irnrjc SU-Inbouie.bus
r- il one il 'or north on (.ownurt-'nl, In
.in 1. 1111.1 Central Itottl. The new b op I
, .. mi l wmmudloin, andthoc w.Uuik
,1 viyililngartUlicin Uic way offbl.m.
a i Ijr lr ctillliiK. inootli liave', rt .. win
1 . im II 1 m11 at the t?iar.d Ceuti:d Ilaiher
il) p. 3-3-f.
Tin- o;.l tandon t nth Mrctt, Ixtwren
mm r. lal iivjnua and Ohio I.avee. Is nl
. . i.-inly to do any kind of woik in the
v' 11 UMim! liii ). nnklii, and n-pilrlogAVas-,!
Ilu,:jlr4and t)M. r.pceu attention
ki to liorij-Uoliij. a 1 make my own
fUout: I na make tlrtn h ay or light,
in 1 ,n yon dcli r. lor J on nil know that the
nu-111 ule fho are the he-t. Ca.l round-
.11-1 I mil mito t
I'lniui unil i)rK:i Tinilitjf.
Mr, M. Kuliue dtt'M-i 111 to ay th it he Is
r. ady to r. cuh c cifdjrs for l'l no 11 d Or
K..n t'miln?, and icp.ilrlng tniu'eul luntru
meuta. Order may be lull at the coriu-r ol
I iiirti-ciitli and Walnut 'r.its or 1'. O.
lin i.H'1. and will receive prompt n't nt on.
Whriiee This tii-rnt I'liiiiiiiotlon
lliiu-oiinlry throtwh, antong the AL-idi He
Hi'ti-1 monacri'? 'lTny i-t mil 'gbast at an
Innovat 011 on lliclr prlrlleso of making
ilriinknrda of tho sick. A moipi-'lt r lm
. .mil' into the Il-1 1 with whl.sh th'-y niitint
enntond. DR. J. Wai.khu'- Camimiisi v
VlNr.O.Ul llirlKKf, tllO lllllUfl'Oll CKl-llL-C
of the most i-(llc:u-Ioin vcolablo lonh-' ami
ultontlvc In Hi wjr'd, Ii ilrMn all the
sillbhom no-lnuiii of Kins Ale iiml t tho
wall. Tiioro In no dleao, Internal or ex
tern il, In whl'-h It W notbcni'lk-lally a Imin
Isicivd. il-17-d .V w.Iw.
TIik abovo saloon, comer of nighth street
and Commcrulal avcmio, li iKed 11.1 In
X ml t)le ally and enmloilabli'. Kvi-ry
Mind iy mnrnlni; yen will tlnd f-pread a No.
ll.u clianda fh'ncf Milwaukee Ingor
beer, whk-h eni't bo brat, and thrtu Ii not
any ilunijo. It.-hicd tie IUi-you wdl 1I11I
tuoh'ht kind of I.hjuon nr.d Cleats, mid
my dcilro s t givo every nna of my eusti
uierii who pationlzu me, hattff.ictlou.
CjII round ! I'iiiid. Ilornr.i.v.
rni'inei-N, .Vol Ire.
liny yum- Meld ami (lanlmi Sccilat New
YoiU Store. Tlnutliy and C'lovur Sued, On
ion Kolt, Karly H010 Seed l'otntnoj, Oats-,
Sweet Com, Hungarian Seed, Kus-eU I'o
tatoi'H, I'oaubytho (imil, lto.l Top, Out
and Stuol i'lows, IMow Harness &.; .full
linen and rrk-oii guarantoo I low.
U-a-10-lot. (Jims, 0. ITirn A- 'o.
d he iiillin.
u-i:i).vi;siiav, mau ii :ii. i7.-.
l'r City Clitk.
l:nii(K llru.t.Ti :-l'l-- unii.Miim1 mr
nimlnlMv l"m- M-til.vil'.ii ly lii- i.tllii- 01 l ii
t Ink, nl tl.ieiiiili.rihiii1i i i-lMii..ii
Bmionnre ineiw a
CBMdl.lme lor the
frtW i.ri.liy t leia, el llieen
fciiii.tr iiiiliitt'iiiitl 1 ffi-llnii
WM. riifcM ii wur.x
II)-III met uf many rllidni I uiiiin-.iiirr
mywlf Bin.ldU- lur lln nihil- l t rw-nrtr,
nl lh- fji'intil ell) iliiiliii ,
iln. I.iiiioli.-I'lttie u.inuiiii.i me hdii inndl
dale ftrie-efetlo ti thi oUtce of t Ity In-aiiin-r,
nl thrnii!n? minilHpl flei-llpy jf
We w iiuthnri.i-l to annnnnrfUAMISi W.
HKWAKTa'itrMilidal n.r He ""J.-o.-fl lit
TvIIht. bI ili.-en.uliif i-hwl. eleiili.iii
Ifer CJHy Attorscy.
I;i.it(.n In i,i,rri - I'Uiw nii'itnii iiii-fn b
iii.lliliir fw flu- i.llli-rnl 1 II.' AltoriH y, ul the
tli'llliiz lliitnli-liul flci-ll'in. "ml .il.li.-,
II UtMiiN II ..I, i K
W arc nulluM-Uxl mjii-.ui-i JOHN
Mill ft; at a rawtliln'e fit A Id' miuii of tlie
l.iniil WcMiliei- Itciiiirl.
Cn. I1.1. . Man-li -0 K.1.
JUu. I fiut. J Wimb I Vw I W
wm I aT" I f 1 14 ! (li
3I."I I 71
au i "f
TttOlIV JiilIJi, rgi. r (l. A
A Iwy's -4ip, wJrfrh lire owneriiin Iibab
liyralthiR on Dr. Vowl, and provlnjt
We nn- ri'iiitti il t lntf tltnt iIk K-la-Wc
t lln- Itwdory. iuiikmiiki-iI I'.irThnr
ihiy cvi-niiijr, !m Im-i-ii v-tpimil olio
wi'k tn nf uiiiit ortln' iihi'ii-i- iroui the
'ly of the !ev. Mr. (HIIktI, Itn-lor.
Tin- IllR : 1 1 lit Bt MlltPb.
The i-llliijf muti-li to tic jflvi ii at tlif
Athnetiin on next Sloml.nj- i-ronlnjt uy
tin; Womaii'a Chili ami Library Aworla
thin, I-to If lield for tin1 iHirpom- of
mi'lny fundi tu Ik- ospfinhil In the ptir-i-Ibm
f tKmk' fur lh- HliTiiry. 'Flic
jtri'- to U- jj-lvcii i an t-k-gaitt ty of
Th" I'h- ami riR-try d Kuropo." by
IlMtry W. LonfrfeHiw, or a copy of Jir.
Ilrownfnjr'- rrjnink-tc works. In two vol
uint. Thew lKok (in- on cxhibltloti at
Itwkwdr, AdmUsfon to th- c1ling
nmteh. 2 d-ntB. t.lilldivii, 15 0 nl -.
The Aire of iilrov?rj
IV. W'luftr. Ill" artUt. I about to pro
cnt to Hh! eliiens of Cairo a new pic
ture, with nil the coloring of rcAl life.
Tim ineatt of working tlie"- eliarinlng
ami lifr-llkr- pl.Miint will nut lo witli-
ht jil from the pnblli'. Tin- m optr
an-H l a follow 1 : On the right linuil
l.le of tltc eainr-ra U nltcu-lied n mill
whieti eoiiUlus live prUmatlc colora hi a
pulverUed ntuti-. A the colon pns into
tin? camcraJlK-y nr nwivtl ly a fun
whei'l wind) keep tha atomx in
motion. The photographic pl.ito, while
wet, W ilteii plaeeil hi the caniern Ihe
sitter lielnjr In poillon. The linmlle of
the mill U fii'Ull; turned. 11i- cap ol
tiilx-1 nuioel, tin- imai'' ol tlie itteT
begin to form while iatlnK through
tin- eolored nlmoplivre, the purlu-U'4 of
luat laliluff where they properly U-lonjr.
When, Pn nto! you have n Ix-autiful pic
ture of yourwlf or friend.
Mr. W, h al.o makinif a iJeture ealleil
the nonpareil, n beautiful ktyle. Miltable
for locket mwl inlnlature i-aw-. r.aie
iii-sortnu-iit of the latter on Imml. fial
ery open dully.
The examination of the WjtH ki-IiooI
pupll. uniU-rtlie aiipervNion of I'rofeinor
ami Mm. U. (. Alvord, w hleli wan In pro-
irresB yetertl;iy and 1 he day f vlou, nt-tt-tctpd
tmny il otir eitim t the high
M-tionl biufiltnjr- The exereU'-a ure
sjKiljen of ty all u bavin? In -en very In.
u-nnlujr, ri-fl-jcttnj great credit ujhiii tlie
U-m-herc , ami proving very cli-nrly ilmt
they Imvo labored with might In their
end avorito bring the neholnrt 1 iitru-teil
to their i-are to the high position in eilu
callnii o mueh ilwired by our people
without Ineurrlng the evpeii'..- of eml
ing th-ui tn a londgn iehool. On to
morrow afurnoou, tin- i-la-i lauyht by
Mie 11. MeUrhle. II. Mi llride. I'lill
IH nnU Aubrey, will ! i-xninineil,
iiml, we trust, will prove fully s.ulMucln-i-y
to the pnrent.i of the pupil-. Thur
day. the Thirteenth tr. it gnuumnr
school, .mil tho pupiU taught by .Ml-wcs
Power. Iloiikton. ISoger and VtilbrIilro
will lm e.vninined. Tho examination of
the eoloreil tehoul Mill I'lmiiiii'iii-u tliir
moniiti?, iiiideonlliiue through the week.
On Friday ullit, llie seholnr ol the high
fchool, with Professor nml Mr. AIvoiil
n leader, will glvu an esliibitiun nt tiie
AtlieiiPttm. Tlie programuie willi-oiiilst
of vnrioits entertalnlnj; cfl'urU on tlie part
of tlie pupils, wlileli we are n-rtalu will
lie very Interesting to all.
On Monday night, between Imlf-paM
eleven and twelve o'eloek, the alann of
lire was given, orealoiioil ly tiie ilUcov
rry of binoku inuing from llieiloors and
wlmlnwo ol tlie reflilence of Mrs. llano
Taylor, on Washington nvenue. 'I'lio
(lUcnvory wa- inailo by two ilarkleH, who
cliam-eil lo bepawing that way, ami who
Immediately gave the alarm. A number
of gentlemen oftho neighborhood were
soon at the seem;, who at otu-e nd lo
wmk to coek tliofttartlng point of the lire,
when It wai found that jint under tlie
i-tiilieafe, leading to tho upper Mory of
the liiiilillng, mid under tho iliiilng room
llonr, a pareel of wood had been piled in
the shape id n triangle, Inning n email
sp'icebL'twei.'iicaclisllek.f-othat It would,
upmi being lighted, speedily Ignite and
eommuniyato llio Haines lo the lloorof
llio house. lulieof thu Iriaugle, there
U iupno-dd lo liave Iven plaeeil a bunch
of paper, or oilier eoiubuetlblo imittur,
wlileh had bi en ('t on llre.i'or tin- purpnc
'lb u-iilng down the Mrueltire; but for
tunately th". frh'l; wai ilNcovcri'il before
-ulllelciit flme had rlapvtlto aeeoinplish
the tlemuiiMi wink. The perpetrators
ofihij erlme me unkiiownf mid from
pieent iippcnrnnee are likely to remain
-o. What their Intentions were In en
ilenvorlnw to burn thu proierty of Mri.
Taylor aluo teiuniii a iiiytery,
n nothing had been t-ikeii from the plai-e.
Il Is Ihonght by fome that the parties
whoever thry were, having aneyutobiiM-nes-',
had made an attempt to bring lurk
the old war time, by -":tthig on lire this
hoii-e in the lower part of town, and
draw the larger portion of the people l.i
II, o that I hey might haw an opportu
nity to rob vhiio dwelling or bildin-ss
house In another pint, without interrup
tion. Whether tills Mhe true i-iuif, It
inntiot In- poillvely stated, but If mi, It
will nut lie the lat attempt that will be
nnule, ami It would be well for our peo
ple to take warning by It, and leave no
eoinoiHllbii- matter wle-re it ran be
iiilly bronshl into play for Mirh a pur
pOfe. Uriii'i-iil Kriiix.
Tin- inartln mnde their ilit appear
ance, in this city ytnienlay morning.
The garden in the npj wr mrt ol the
dty are now lxdng Hit In condition for
N'eU Sunday, the l!ev. Dr. llcntlriek
of Pmlneah, will preach at the Pre'by
rhe "Tiij lor Literary Society" will
hold iln-lr regular v ekly meeting at the
cotindl elwinlwr thi evening.
Mound City will give another spell
ing match at Stoke-' hall to-morrow
night. A guy lime I- autielpated.
Tliepllpl.'sof tlie High School will
give nn exhibition nt the Atticm-uiu 1'rl
Liy nlglit. livery ciil"it hould attend.
The piiblle school e.vaiulnalion-, now
In prore. are very Intere-thig, and
draw tin- attention ol many of our jh-o-ple.
The election oxelteineiit i-till contin
ue to grow more Inlere'tinjr. and the
boy&are looking forward to n happy
Tiie mini on Twentieth street, near
the corner of Commercial avenue, i- vo
deep that It i' diflleiilt for two iior-es to
draw an empty wagon through it.
Where are the "-I'linieer-." .Vow I
tli lime for them to make xhvl tlie hearts
of the jonng ix-ople of thl-burg by giv
ing a Mileet party al the St. C'harle-.
A nunilK-r of I idle and gentlemen ot
this dly left by the two o'clock train yes
terday afternoon, lo attend the masquer
ade bull nt ( harle-ton la-t night.
llnwkins and A.xley, the two piomi
Hunt caiullilatos lordty clerk, are making
It lhely fur each other. It N, 'o far, said
to be alwui an even thing between them.
The boy"! and men who loaf about
the river eem to have a mania for tum
bling Into the water. Two went In on
Monday, and barely e-eajied being
The 'Woman' Club ami Library
Association's" cpdliiig match, to come
otVnext Monday night at the Athcneuin,
will lie the sidling mateli of tlie sea-on.
It will le good to Ih- there.
Mr. J.onergau. a eomini-Ion mer
chant of this dty, wai the llr'l pns-enger
over tint Cairo nnd St. I.ouN narrow
gauge railroad, from St. Louis to this
dty, from whom fare has been collected.
Mr. 15. V. Parker's new hou-e, on
Thirteenth street, between Washington
avenue nml Walnut strict, is rapidly
approaching completion, and will be a
very creditable addition to that neighbor
hood. We are informed that Mr'. W. P.
Wright will favor thu audience at the
upclllng match to be given at the Metho
dist church. ThuriHlttV evctiintr. w lilt a
-elect reading, which will, we fed cnnil
dent, bo creditable In the highc-t degree
to that lady.
Chief Mellalr iulorineil a young lady
of doubtful character, while in the court
room yesterday afternoon, that if she
didn't keep oil' the .street at night and be
have herself as every respectable lady
did. he would put her in the jug. That
would bo a joke on that irl, sure.
Mr. Comiir.'s ulll continues to lather
tho writer ol the report of the Presbyte
rian spelling match for not paying atten
tion, and thereby gllng a correct state
ment ol'howably he performed ills part.
Again we nure Mr. Comings that we
did not express our opinion in regard to
Id- pronunciation, but that of every lady
and gentleman with whom wi have
spoken to on the subject. Wo are lull v
aware that .Mr. Comings I' a very cor
rect man In everything, and wouklnot
oursclf, belli;: young and ignou(iit, at
tempt to take sides against blur In any
The police courlis are not overrun at
pre-cnt with bulue-i, though there
still enntluiU's to arrive some transgress
ors of tho laws of the city who need
tho attention ol the Judge. Slneo our
last report, which was published on Sun
day morning, of tic doings of these gen
tlemen, there have been but four eacs
tried, all before His Honor Judge Itros-.
Judgo llird bring allowed to re;t without
Tlie tii-et personage who was unfortu
nate enough to be taken Into the pres
ence ot .Judge Hross, was one Wesley
O'Neal, a gentleman accused by Olllecr
La Hue with cruelly to animals. The
charge preferred against lilm was that,
while driving on the streets ot Cairo, ho
observed a cow lying on tho opposite side
of ihe street, entirely out of hK way, but
throujjh pure meanness, pulled his team
directly toward the brute, and ran over
her. Tin1 heavy wagon pacing over her,
used the cow up pretty badly, ami Mr.
Carl, who Is the owner, sought redress
by law. O'.N'ell Is a cripple, having
only one arm, which was lucky for lilm,
just at this time, for tho Judge, after
hearing the evidence In tho case, Informed
lilm that he w ould assess him but ten dol
lars and cost, whereas,, l! ho had been tha
posscsor of two arms, he would not lmvo
let lilm off for less than fifty dollar and
trimming'. Tliodcfcndmit had no money
and was sent to the cooler for seven days,
where he will pay his board by working
on the Mreets.
Thru came the turn of a gentleman;
calling himself J. V. Huberts, who, from
some cause unknown to the writer, wns
led to the ery bad falling of ulng abu
sive and offensive language to a fellow
mortal, for which he was arrested by
Officers Woolen and llrowu. These gen
lleinen gave II as their opinion that Hub
erts' words, as heard by them. were calcu
lated to provoke a row, and upon this
evidence the Judge placed upon the head
of the defendant n flue of five dollars and
costs, and he was sent to Jail in default
of payment. He will labor on the streets.
Two blushing ilum-el-, giving their
names as K'atc Helm and Lou lio-c, vc:e
next to confront the Judge, having been
taken Into custody Jiy Olllccrs Wooteu
and Ilrown, for tie: l tuple, rea-on that
they had amused themsclws tor u few
minutes by endeavoring to "put n brad
on" each other. Several witnesses were
heard in tlie trial, whose evidence was
such that It g.iw Ills Honor good cau'c
to nejs each of tlie wayard creatures
thu sum of ten dollars and co-t, each.
The limes being rather.hard, neither of
them had the necessary wherewith to
buy themselves free, and they were or
dered to the city Jail for the short -pare
ol seventeen days, each.
Tin; fourth nml l.it trial wa that or
a colored gentleman named Harvey
Wheeler, who was caught up for being
guilty of indulging in obscene and offen
sive language, by Ofllrrrs Woolen and
Ilrown. I'rom ll vldeuce given III the
ease, Ilurvey was adjudged guilty of tho
mlsdciut!aiiir preferred against him, and
was therefore requested to contribute the
11111 of ten dollar- and co-ts to the city,
but having no money lo throw away, he
preferred going to jail audio labor on the
tree's fur eight days.
A MINISTER'S WEDDING.
Mnrrlniri ol llie ttev. .1, II. Cleat rr lo
.Mis .Mnrj Hilt. In Hruolil. ll.
We take the following account of the
uurriage of the llev. J. 11. L'ieater, for
merly a law student of this city, and well
known to many of our rlticn-, which
took place in ilrookhu a short time ago,
from the Brooklyn Kan''
The First llapll-t church. In Xa:.m
street, near Fulton, wa a flood of light
last ctenlng. which seemed to indicate
tlie occurrence of anetcntof more than
extraordinary Interest. The throng ol
elegantly dressed ladles and gentlemen
who were seen to enter uetweeii tlie
hours of seven and eight o'clock, said
plainer than words that no customary
prayer or business meeting w-as to take
place: the carriages which frequently
stopped at the doors of the edifice
and disposed of their contents
served to carry out this iiiipreion
among theeurioiis ones who blockaded the
idewalk. Tho occasion lor this display
was the fact that the Hey. Jos. Bradford
Cleaver, pastor of the Lincoln pkro
Baptit Church, was to be, married to
Mi- Mary Brebe Bliss, of Sixth avenue.
The eye of any practiced observer would,
on passing the church, have divined the
nature of the gathering, as there was, as
there always l on such an occa-ion. a
large number of ladies, w ho, not having
been bk-f-ed with a card ot Invitation,
were content to satisfy their Inherent
lomiliitr and interest In inch an event with
the crumbs of Information which fell from
the lips ol their more fortunate sisters,
who are generally full oftalk, sweet noth-
lugs, noneiiso and comments aflcr wit
nessing a marriage eenmony.
The Interior ot tlie churcll was crowd
ed with tlie friends ami relatives ot the
"Interested parties." Although but a
limltt d number of Invitations were I-sued,
each Invited friend brought a friend, the
consequence lieiug n gathering of an un
calculated number, nud sitting was thus
put at a high premium. Me.-rs. L 11.
Norton. B. ( 'leinploton, J. O. Atwood
and I'.. Krollpfcltler. Sr., acted as ushers,
and performed their duties in a highly
-atlsfactory manner. Prof. Alexander
Messenger pre-lded at tlie organ, ami per
formed tarlous musical selections pre
vious to me arrival oi tne urinal party.
Of cour-e speculation was rife a to tuc
appearance of the couple, the discussion
settling naturally upon the bride; but all
runior.s were made to vanish when, nt
S o'clock, the organ commenced Mendt-1-ssolm's
"Wedding March." The doors
leading to tho central aisle were throw u
open, and a flutter of excitement and n
murmur uf admiration ran through the
gathering as tho bride and groom en
tered. The mother of the bride leaning
on the arm of the latter, headed the pro
cession. The groom is a tall, well
formed, dark coiuplexloued man of thirty
years. He was in full dress. Tho bride
was supported by her father, Mr. F.lljah
Bliss. Mm i a petite blonde, pretty, but
very timid. She was dres-ed in a light
brown silk traveling suit, anil carried a
bouquet of sweet smelling llower. Mr.
F. L. Blis. and Miss Xellle Well- acted
respectively as groomsman and brides
maid. The proee.-sion inarched -lowlv to the
altar to the iiiiislo of thu "Wedding
March," where they were met by the
Dev. Drs. Thomas ami O.illahcr, who
performed the ceremony. At Its conclu
sion the Hev. Or. Callaher delivered a
fervent prayer, Invoking the illvlue blc
nig upon iiio-u WHO liailjilsl oeen juineii
lii wedlock. -Mr. and Mr. Cleaver then
received tlie warm congratulation.-) of a
ho-t of friends, after which they pro
ceeded to the residence of the bride's
parents, Xo. Hi Sixth avenue, where an
elegant reception was tendered to their
near friend-and relative.
I hut a just received the largest assart
mcnt of (Jueenswaro and Glassware, of the
best quality, whlrh, luting bought for rash
direct rroa'i the Importer, and Manufacturers-,
I am enabled to sell at prlcis whleli
doly competition, viz :
White Oranito Breaklast Plates Wc per set.
Whito Granlto Cups aud Sail-
eirs, without handles, UOcpersct.
White Granite Cups and Fan-
cers, with handle-, "Ac per set.
Large Glass Goblets, AOc pereet.
Large GIjss Tablo Tumltis, JlOcpersot.
1 Invito everybody to rail and oxiimlno my
stock of (Jue n and Glassware and com.
1 Int o alo Just ircolvod a Im-gn Invoice ol
Tablo and Pocket cutlery, Silver Plated nml
DrittnnlaTablc and Tea Spoons and Soup
Ladles. l,N HaIitman,
tf, Cur. Sixth A Com, Av.
A l'oslllvo Cure For ltliciininllnii
for salo t tho drug stoic ol M. J. McUauley,
between Btjlitoeuth nnd Nineteenth streets
on Commercial avenue. .1 18
nonius ! ltooniH !
Four room for rent two furnished,
nnd two unfurnished over Hobblns' lim
bic store, on Commercial uremic. Kn
qttlro of T'tber Bros., 129 Commercial
11 venue. U-21-flt.
Joo Koceker Is now hi full control of
the Washington bakery, and having learn
ed tho wants of tlio public, Is prepared to
upply on call all demands for I'rench loaf,
lloftou, Ilrown and Graham bread, nnd
curyllilng clae ordinarily found In a llrst
classbaktry. lie maltiulm a fail stock of
confcctionorlcs, and can, as well aa any
other dealer in the city, fill all orders In
that lino, Cakes baked, frosted or orna
mented on short notlrc. sjpccla lattcntioii
given to tlio orders of wedding or plcnlr
Illnit-liliiir unit Trlinuilitir.
Mrs. Sam, Williamson wl-hcs toaiiliounre
to the public and her old patrons til 1 1 slu
ts prepared to bleach, press and shape lints
In the i cry latest style, al tho low pilec of
".'i cent each. Her personal attention will
be gncn to trimming hats and bonnets.
Price 'iA to AO rents Kesldenec on Wash
ington avenue, between Kigbth and Ninth
ftreets. Any young l.uly desiring to learn
the biilnc" nay apply to mo.
3- S-Ot. Mitti. Sam WlM.ltu.soX.
Sp'eiidid line of Spring Print-, now open.
Also full line of Lubes' and (ient's hoes,
at Ih'tcru prlii-s, both tit wholesale nnd
rot ill at Nkw YollK SioitK.
rilCENIX HAIR DUESSINO SALOON.
1 1 1 1 oli Oiilrnl llnllronil.
lioot) run i nt. i mi
llnllronil I'iisi lo lilrnuo mill Iteliirii.
Tliehotdrrnl till- pa.s is etititlel to one
lift-class piis-age. to Chicago and return on
horseback or on foot, providing ho gets his
hair cut by K. Thcobold Llghtti street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ate
nues. Ticket offlto nt 1". Tlieobold' barber
hop, Calto, Illlnol-. IS-rtiMI.
At I'lieup it Hie ('lienpcst.
At the Now Harness and Saddle Shop
No, mi Commercial Atomic, (old Auction
Home) j oil can buy all you want, from a
Fine Ilurne-s down to a lumo strap, a
cheap a nt any other polni. No uc now ol
golnr to St. I.oul- or any other phce for
good In our linr. Oil nnd see u.
lO-Vtt-Uw. 1.. D. A MN Si Co.
Allentloli. Mrrclnlllls of Dip Sill'.
roiinillliK I'oiinlr.t .
1 hate a full stork and can always il 1 or
ders on (,iiieeiisA,ire and (Sh'sworc at St.
Louis prices. The following Is a II. t of w hat
I have on hand at present :
Lamp Chimneys, of all kind-, by the II ir
rcl, box or dozen.
Cilis- Lamps ol nil il.'cs and kinds.
100 dlllrrcnt styles and kin-Is of Ibr
Lamp llnniers of all dcscrlp'.ou-.
Lamp-wtck, Beer niits, (ih's Reflect )i-',
Coal Oil Chandeliers-, C.ikr Stand', Ola's
Fruit Stands, and in fact every thing In the
i rockery and (Uswarc line.
1 will guaranteo to dtipllc.it any bill
purchased in St. Louis uud give cipiilly
us good an assortment, as my stock i com
plete in all kinds of ljueen and Glassware.
I abo have put up In ca-U for the retail
trade, Uoeklngham and Yellow- ware, which
I will noil at AA per c;ut oil the regular list
Also a lull line of Table nnd Pocket tut
Jery, Plated, llrlttanla, Tablo and Tea
Spoons, and Soup Ladles Come ami see
fory.iiirsclvcs. D. II hitman,
3.'J-tf. Cor. Sixth ,v Com. A v.
Srluir Millinery Ouoil.
The Missus McCarthy wi-h to call the at
tentlon of the ladle-of Cilro an I tk-mlty
to tnelr large 9tock of spring ml.llcc-y
goods, lust brought t) till- msrkct frjia
l'blhik-lphla. 1 he stock comprlact all tho
latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,
lttbbons and Trimmings of all kinds, a large
variety ol ladles' undrrweiir, hosiery, bcll,
buckles, collars, culls, elc. elr. These
goods are ottered nt the lowest prlris, llio
Mlsei McOrtliy will be found at Mr-,
Mvandet'sold eland on Couunerclil avt nue,
betwern Klghtlt and Ninth 'reet U-.'!-lw.
I have Just recit ed a eoinpletc as-orl-inent
of (ila-s shades of all -Ics and
shapes, suitable for clocks, wax ilower-,
etc.. also Mo-s and Chenille, and jdi1
nic nml ladle-' Traveling Bakets the
largest stock ever brought to Cairo.
Corner Sixth and Commercial.
Vt i. lite. I.
AsltiiitloniuaDnigisloro; ten year's
uxperlrnce ; ttoroughly cjiiiprtcnt, and
ctntAecusrge II required. Tho best ref
erences, Ac. Address Thro. Smith, Ftuh
and Lexln-'tou streets, Ualtliuore. I'-JO-flt.
To lie .Sold for iinrur.
I will -ell on tlioSlth day ol April
oniuy wharfdioat, the follow lug :
,1 Trunk' and a lot of Plunder.
The same has remained over 0110 year un
called fur, and will br -old (or charges.
Si-S-20-lm. J.M. Piiii.i.irs.
Store lor Itciil.
On Commercial avenue, near Twenti
eth street, suitable for tailor or barber
shop, Inquire al the saloon corner
Twentieth nnd Commercial.
;i--J7-lt. Joiiv (nit.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
I loppy llrller for Ymiiiir Men from th
effects of Errors mid Almn-s In uirl y life. Man
hood restored- Impnllmrnls I" MuirluKC rc
niotisl. New mi-ihotl ol tn-almont New and
riiuarknbli-nnifitlcs. Iloolsand rlu-nliirs srnt
I'm-, la scaled i-utflonK. AiMim, ll(IWAItl)
ASSOCIATION, ll'JN N'lmli stlxtt, riilladil
phlu, I'a , an Institution Imtingii lillui'intu
tlon for li'iiioniblc condiu-i mid pinfesjlnnid
Corm-teil Dally by E- M Stcanis, i-ominisslon
merchant, secretary (if llm liiiio Unmet nl
Flour, acvonllw, to snide (sjr, eC
Corn, miaul, ai-kisl .so
Corn, while, nicked , MSne
OhU. IllWtsl CiiOsU
limn, err ton ,.. (,jJH
Mi-.il, steaiil ilrlcd fi TO
lluttrr, clioli-e Northern roll, )jicke.l mite
lliilt.T.cliiik'e sjoutlii'iii 111. nnektd . l'-Oc
y.ss, l'tr iloien d' "c
Cfilcknis, iwrdown , J IWI 0
l"urkey, perdotcii -m. (1.11 w
ApplM, cliolc, per bairtl J lO'iS W
Annies, common, ik-v barrel w.s C'
I'ouuom. iter lurn-l '-J? ou
Onbns. ii-i l.iiiH'l 1 , 1 " -'
Steamer James Flk, Paducah.
" Leopard and tow, St. Louis
" .las. II. Mlgley and tow, X.
" Mlnneolii, Memphis.
" John W. (Jarreltand tow. N.o
" Cli.n. Morgan, Cincinnati.
Hickory, St. Louis.
steamer James Flk, Paihic.ih.
' Leopard mid tow, Wheeling.
Jas. II. lllgley and tow, Pitts
" John W. Onrrett and low, St. L.
' Cha. Morgan. New Orleans.
' Ashland, Cincinnati.
Hickory, Mound City.
uivkii, nrsi.vnss ash vk vtur.it.
The river lias declined 7 Inches since
last report, and continues to recede at
point- above. The Mississippi Is still
rMng -lowly at St. Lout-, a- also the
Bulnes fair, lioat- enme out from
St. Louis only half laden, although there
Is uowpli-nt of water for thnu to cairy
full loads. This condition of affairs will
not laM very long, however, and we look
fora resumption of -hlpnienl-witlilii fwo
Clear, warm and pliii'aut.
'flic punctual Charles .Morgnu wa
nt the wharf the gniiter part of yeter-
lay adding to her cargo. Harry Slclu.
her hc.id eleik, N sniveling with rheunia-rl-iu
at Cineiuiiati, and Ciipt. Al Is at Die
heail In the ollk-e.
The Flsk came In light. Capt. W.
L. Sullivan I' in command, Cant. Crawl
being .-lightly under the weather. I
-The Ashland pas-cd up yesterday af
ternoon w lib bid bals-s of cotton for the
Two lug-, Ihe Waverly niidTeinpest,
produce boat lowers, pit ed iijieiu ly yes
terday moruiiig III tow of ihe J. Oar
rctt. -Bill ll'imptou, the negro who lmt at
Ihe inali! of the Legal Tender nt Miiiiphi
everal days ago, was eommllted hide.
fault of $ ,m bail.
Mo-t of the boat- from M. Loui- de
pend upon Cairo to till out their cargo.;.
although there I.- plenty of water for
them to bring out full loads. The fact Is,
full loads cannot be obtained there
while so many boats arc running.
The Arkansas Belle u tlio nvaiuville
packet this c anlng.
-Tho Carrie V. Kountz and Aliunde
are duo to-day from St. Loul- for Xew
Tho mammoth tow boat. Ajas, will
be down to-morrow with u low of coal
lor St. Louis. ,
The Hickory had a .llm trip fur the
U AH lILI'AUl.MK.ST, lilt H lil lMHI, (
March a ,
I.0W WAT LII.
nl. l.ouln ..
WM. T. BEERWART,
Tin, Shoot-Iron, & Coppor Ware
QUTTEIIING ANp. ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PltOMrTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STJaEET,
Bet. Commurciul and Waabiueton Avea.
Special Assessment Notice.
IJl'lll.ll MH'K.i; It lien-liy uivi-n that lie
X. Circuit and 1 onnty 1 niiru or Alexander
County, lint irniteii-l Judgment fur n spcrl-l
aseisinent upon propeity luniiltti-il lit the fol
kinliig linpiiiiriniiit, vli lirnrcliug Ohio
I.ei en street 11 0111 rouillitn rouileeiilli jli.t,
bi will mure fully appear from lliecrrlilln c.tjn
of tlie JmlffmeiitK on II In In Ihuelllie of Ihe (Tsrk
of the! lis of lalnu that a warrant foi tliorul-lei-iton
nl -urli iiseciucnts Ii In the IniiuU of the
mulerslifiinl. All 1 crsniis InU-iestfil uru bertby
notilUil tu call and pnyilit oinuuuts iiisriful. t
the mtlivtur' oftlee.No. I.Si.rominen-l-1 uvu.iis.
wllliiu thtrlj iliij-i froiii Hie date linn-nf.
lutfd tins Mill day of Mnreh. A D. I-T.
it. p. m.AKi;.
rilv Trns ind i:.-oltleo i olleetiu
District Election Notice.
ATOlTCi; l. Iicjs.Iiv ult i-ti. that 011 sntiivtl-e.
the. llilid liny of April, l-'. ., an tlcdlun
will li held ul tlio M-liool luii-c mi Cluti'Mh
strut, in M-nooi uisirlct .to one, township
eu'iiiivu, rnnue one, roinily uf Alixunilirmul
slate of Illlnol, for lliu purlins,- .,f . In llus two
mcinliers of llm lioanl nf erlii-at on lor 1 he li-nii
ot (line year for said district T lis ioll u III he
open ut nlue o'rlooW, n, 111 , and ifnl al four
o'eloek, 11. m , nf tho s unuiUj'
Dated this ild day of.Mauli, ISTt
llyontrrof IIOAKD (IP EDI I VM11X.
EGGS' FOR HATCHING'
I'roinlhe ibllnwing i.iristiis of rnm lliuo
A I J I'cr llixcii.
Hark nnd Mjrht 'llrnhmnM Dutl" nnd I'mluil.e
t'oriiiusi 111 uv 11 nml While l.i'Khnrns llou'tiD'l.
nnd silver Grey Doiklugi
1 WHiiaut one-lmll of raeh iloii-n VtX to
I! itch, lrilieyd') not t will replutcili'm "1
.sMik.l Allium f'rir i-lrenh.i.
Address, ' l-A.W I Y.S'DK.
Mailuiiro, s51.nK .vimiy, Olifo,
H-3 11 wCt
Leading Journal of Southern
Will tkU'ltuMl j opiiosu the policies til thu
lErpiibllciu iiirty, and refu-c to be tram
melled .. (In dictation of any clique in the
Drum 'rifle nrg.inlatloa.
ft bcllrtes thai die Uepublicau patty nn
fiiillllei! It.- mlssior, and that the Demo
cratic parly as now organized ilioulu tc re
stored lo rower
It htllcves-the Kadlcal tyranny that has
fcr several yen oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people c! wis
Southern states permitted tn contro tlie.r
own nll'alrs. . . . , f,(
It bcllc,vc.i that railroad corporations
should be prohibited by legislative erart-
mtnts from extorting and unjustly dsscrun
Inatlng in their business transactions with
the public. ,
It recognizes the equality ol all men be
foro the law.
It advocates free commerce tarltl ,o.
It adtoeate resumption of speile -.ny-mont,
and honest piynicnt of the sii',.c
It advorates cconomyinftheidmiiiislia-
tlon ol public nll'alrs.
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Thu Bulltln will publish uil the loca. new
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Visitor aud FanillyTn'panlou.
Cannot fall to ico tho uurivalcd Induce
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