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am ai.on i,oiui., No. si.
KiiIk.iMiiI I'jiMj-, law Unity VtU
unr omul ri iiiii-iiii-i (I'li-iii in -
At.t:Asii:it MJIMIK, NO, Wl.
IiiilFiamlrnt unt'r of IM.MH.
Slow", iiiwU etrry lliiirla) night
t hilf-imM neisli. In I heir Imll nn
l.'uMimm-UI miner, Urtvrrm Mtth and .Sr tnlh
tlrrrls Julia II i(iMiV, N. (I.
ClAlltO KNCAMMIKNT, I. O, O. u-H
In O.M-rVlli.wa' Hill on dm tlrot nitt tlilnl
I iiriiUr In every mouth, at lmir-wt acvrii
L K si.ai , (!. I'.
A I'AlltH UllMiK, NO iHT.A.K. A A. M.
lluld n-iilnr i'iiiiiiiiiiiiliM(lonn In Mn
Ur smile Hull, ruiiirr ('oiiiriii-rri.il utruuc
' mi. Klglillj i-tiwli oil llir anuml atid
i. mill Muii'lnr n each month.
.Mr. I. Fitzgerald buiju-t received and
'.ins on mIh at hi ales riMiin u Urge -look
if BiikIMi alc, poller, Hcniicj brandy
ml wine, and liquor of all kind, which
tir will dispone of at reasonable price.
M WIS. 78 Ohio Loveo, ha the latent
siyles In SIIIISTS "Tim Favorite,'' nml
several othi-r Myk' of tins b-t In the
country excellent In make ami siqierlor
In material. MAHX I the nnlyilcilcr In
tin fit y who ha- (In I.vle. and makes
hi- llgtirc conform to the lowe-t price
.Notice iif Itruiutiil.
The wellkrow n barber hp, corner
Kiylilli nml f'viiiincrt'iat, picfldi d ov.r
Mr. popular artl't, (ieortte Me Irihotite, has
removed one. ilour nortlion rntnnierc'ai, In
li draml Central Hole). Tin- now shop I
u''c ami couiiniilloii', anil lhoe vvihiiig
lor anything artMie in Ihi: way offi-biun-tble
hair culling, imiilh fli;m , 1 1-., will
lo well to rail at I In tiiatnl On Ira I llarhcr
,!np. 71 :M.i-tf.
iin Hint her Mer.
Landlord ot hotels and Imi.tmIIii-. 'iouc
wlll Uml It to their -ill aid ;.'e tocall upon
Mrs. jtemao, Muinlic, ,'i li Fourth
street, bctwevo Wthini:ton ami Couimer
rial UK-line. Hotel ami lioanlinhotire
vva-hhi;,',75ciutspcrdocn. Iir piece, wot L
priits are a follow: Mnle fliltt ami col
li r, 1 Do; per ilo.en .""; -oiks .V; two col-
lar, Re; two haiidkcrcbieK .V; nit.
and all gentlemen's wear, koc.
dorrii. l.i'liiV dre-'cf, 2i to
rkirtt I ) I ) 'J')c; drawori 10 to I.V;
I air ho'C 6c; two collar In 10c. Kor !
ilic' plain cl'.tlie ?l (O jier iloen; for la
il!c tlno clotlie, 5l 25 per iloxen; ilnne
Irainptly, ami prumptlr ilcniri"l. I'.i
.t lllliirr.i nniU.
Mr. Hull. In the Urest Mllllnci) Store
in the city oi Cairo with a lire .tuck of
.Millinery iooil of all the l.ite-t fahion
-iiij t)lei of l.vlliV, Mirr'aiiilChlliltrn'.
Ij.i . ami lidie' lionurl, tritnincu or un
trliuiiied, all of which have Ikiii carefully
-olecteil, an I liolljlit at the civ owrt
4 ih l'rlce at tlicfuiif illir. rnit market
M. Latii-, t'lilcipi, Cincinnati an l Nrw
York, ami which lie wilt offer for il at
1 3-t. Now Iii jour chanco to j;et your
Kali. ( all ami are her before )ou pur
i hac at other placet, (-lie ha a tine a
ortincnt of Laille-ZMW-e' anil Cliililreu'a
hoe. all tuiilc to order, th.it lie will oHer
lor al til y prr i cut clieap' r than can be
bought at an) other p'aco in t lie city of
Cairo ; alo, a ailvt) of other notion.
.Mil. .M. C. Hl'1.1,
Vahlrcton avenue, between Tenth and
tlewr'li ftreet. 4i-:!-K.lrn.
Take Nollrc lo ThU.
1 am prepared to tiirnlth to riitoiuei'
Hoot and Shoe, of a linv uiateria', a neat
In lit and cheap in price a can be procured
by permitting peculathc peroc. or men
not -lioetnikcr havlnx frleiid-iiorinakcr
II Itaa; in the Kat, to end for them. I ak
banker, public oil!ccri, ami other per?or.
to take notice ol tttli anioiiuceuirnt. f
make Hoot and hoc: In any njle and of
every ipiality, (live inn atrial.
Kemember the loeatiou of my hop
Twentieth "trret between I'oj ljrnlreet ami
a Illusion aenue, near the Court Iloil'c.
The lleurl In it Wonderful Pump,
the al en ol which open and hllt acent)
or e h'.y times per minute, If un alcoholic
tiimilutit b taken Into thu lilood the pump
wotkmtich fater, and thlaunnaluralpeed
wear out tlio vitil m ichluery. All tkc In
to.Nlcatlni; uo-trum ad ertbo l a "tonle,"
"renovator," "corrective," Ac . produce
thli dlatrous elicit, and benco all lutein
genu Clai-tiaii arc thankful that Kit.
W ai.kbhV Vkuktahi.k Vt neoau Hi 1 1 m
un inMsorani ami Aiicrattvc wiinnui n
tins 1 cvrrywlieio uiplantlns lhej
proprietary poison-. 4-1S iw
1 Whicui! I'or Male,
A new wagon lor ale at a barKaiu.
ply at the Hl'I.i.ktin roiintlngronm.
;el tin Itcsl.
Dr. Se'h Arnold' Cnuj-li Killer tliu
"real cfadk-Jtor lor a'l hui)? di-cnes a mi
pel lor remedy to all other medicines yd
ill'cove red, In ecro eves. Ills a urc,
quick, and perfectly mfe remedy lor
coiisjlis cold), sure tlnmt, wliouplnscou'h
roup, and all dUracs of tin; thnut aud
liiH,'. Iln'nil pili::, ''i and .'0 cent: and I.
Any hoi Ik thit duos not zw relief may be
returned, and tbe money will lie refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold' Diarrlm-.i ll.il-.niii, '.Tiand
."il cents. Ilcmenibcr It 1 wairanttd. Ar
nold'n liil lout Mamlrako I'ills, opcratlni;
without li-kne and pain. Compounded
by Dr. .Seth Arnold' Medical Corporal! hi,
Wonn.ockct, It. I. Sold by au (i.Schuh,
IrtilM, Cairo, III. jM-l.".-i0in.
Two sood i''ldenee.s on Twentieth street
neurtlic Couit House Alo the Court
Homo Hole', at low lent. Itiiiilre at II.
Mej cr'i Clir More. .Ucon Ki.kin,
A New Ntylis
II, llhok, boot and shoemaker, on Kltjlitli '
Urcil, between Wnahliiuroii ind Coiumer-,
eial avenue-, tiiiajuit received n new ntylc , Park, lor tin; henillt of thu SIskt s of l.o
ol lat, and is now prepared to mike a boot i retta, h.ivu ahoui. completed their ar
mat, furuej.tuei.saod comfort, camiot be langemcnts fur the evcurt ami are qultn
excelled. Hive him a call and examine m .,ii, Unit It will prove a vcrv ucccss
thisnewHyluoflast. BM-iMin. i fill uudertnkhig. The cntcrprl'-o. Is one
l.mlles' Kiiriilililiitf More.
A ladles' rurnkhlng store lnticcn opened
In tlio Theutro bullillnt', and stoeked with
a lull Ike of everything iiertnlninjt'.ladiea'
wrnr roady-mad') dresP, underwear,
elc- all ofthe laten style-, and will bn sold
at oer tlurcs than over before otlerod In
Culro. TIioko good! were purcliaied In
New York, aro of the belt material, mvJ
will be sold very reasoonblo. Also MII'l
ncry (,'ood ofall kind. u0-l39.lin.
SrXPAV, .M A l, 117.-..
Local Wratbcr Report.
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1 1IOMA3 .tONK-t, Sernl. i. S., I', S. A.
A ftom conk, The hel wajcek x'lV'',
Apply luiinciliali'ly at the Hrt.i.i.uv id'-
The )iol.ir ul" the (icrinan n hool of
IliU elly will hold u picnic on (he -even-teenth
day ol'lhN nionili.
Cii-lom iu.uk- ladies' nw childrcuV
shoe, nil ,'iiarntitee(l, lor ah; at the low
est pi lci--, at .1. Hurler i'o.':
W Mre Co ward.
Thi; I'.iduc-ih spellers ileelnre that nur
ipelleM an: afraid lo meet them. H'e
are eillicr cowanlly or hiy. and maybe
'I III H'oiuaii'-i I'liib.
The Woin.iu' ('lull anil Library !io
elation, held their rcMilar meelliijr at the
re-hleliee of .Mr. William i;ilbTl, i
S'vcnty-fivc wlieelbntrow-, lor .ile
cheap. A pply lo .lolui ( 'laney. corner ol"
Twcll'ih street and .Niumierelal avenue.
On next Tucilay evynlnir, the bulk's id
th? church ol' thy Keilccmer will xhe an
lo cream anil tntwln-rry li-tlval at
White and (iri-cr'-i old -latid. corner uf
Vth -dicel iinrl fllilo levee.
Summer llk ol the very ln-t qual
ify, prkv niuylii from Vi to !Hi cent
. ryaril. m.iy In- found at .1. Hurler
We urc told that nil 1'riday evulllll.
betwtrii laud o'clock, :i tlui;'rcy horu
ilfil at thr Cairo lio anil ll.i-ket ac
tory. wa run over and killed by :i train
in th" iiirn t Vliiei-iiiics railratl
Vankcu Kotiiuson'- (.treat .Modcni .how
ha met the f.de it o richly ik'ertil.
Tin; iii'tltutioii went when' the "wood
bine twineth" in other won!-. Ini-tMl,
at A'hley, a few days ao.
I'or llol irlnr.
A Lumber of the prouilnent ladies and
Seiitleuicll of thi- city, it I aiil, will
leae Cairo -hortly for Hot SpritiK-. Ar
kan-.is, where they will remain ihirinjr
the hi.a!nl term.
Small o In this city Is about on a
itaml still. There have Ix-cn no new
caes renirieil ince Thtirnlay, and hoie
an.-now cntertalnitl that, providing the
wiirin wcnlher foritiiiu.'. the di-en-c will
nipKlly die nut.
It I -aid that a skill' race In lieen ar-ran-ieil
to come oil' nejr tbe Kentucky
ahore, oppoIle Ihi city tonlay, between
foiiroi 'alro'- rower. The parlies who
will take part In the trial are pronounced
very v'iKmI o.irMucu. and an I'M-ilinir con-
lest I- Inokeil for.
Proni mi exch.in'i' we learn that tlie
hole for tin- Cairo A' St. I.ouis narrow
V;auvc railroad telegraph line, have been
tlu;, as far outh from St. I.nui- a .Mur
phy.boro, that tli.; company have enou'rh
wire to complete the line to .lone-lmro,
anil that It will he eMeiiiksl tn Cairo with
all poslble hate.
rr fori Jfllrnon.
The .Mi'-es Steel and Alvnrd, aii-om-pauletl
by .Mei.r. Charley Norton. Harry
Hughes ami -ever.il other ,'ciitleiucii. left
yetenlay morning on bo.inl the ferry
boat "Throe Male-" for Port .lellcr-on.
where they e.pccti-d to -pcnd theil.iy in
the wood-i. A very pleasant time wa
anticipated by the ecur-loul-t-.
Yc-icnl.iy luornlu.iboiit eilit o'clock,
a lillk' nc'ro liny, while playing on
I'u plat trcot, near th" cit-tom hou-e.
with acnmpaulon. ran Inward hi- plaj -mate
who-e back wa- turned, with a
rharp -lick In hi hand, when the boy
suddenly turned round, lln; -tick entering
hi- kit eye. and almo-t gouging II from
'J'he M'aoti for picnic and oiitdunr
pleasure ha arrived, uml Hie people of
Cairo arc taking advantage of it. We
learn that during the coming week im
less than four ilcmou-ti-atloii of ihl- de
scription will lake place, the iwcurfluii
lt who will take part lu them being
young ladle. and gentk"iion of varlon
age and colors
Narrow (Jang Paper Kuail.
The r.uluoali .V'w remark : "The
Hon. W. .1. Sylies, of Tennessee, together
wltli a parly ofSoitl hern railroad men, 1
lu Cairo agitating the building ol a sy-,
tcm orSouthcru Narrow (iauy railroads
having their termini nt Calm. Thu
Kgyptlaiis are luterc.-ted, and llir toad
will be built on paper.
The ler uf I.oielln.
The ladle In charge of llio plenle to be
given on next Tiie-day, in St. .Mary's
that -houlil be liberally patrnnl.cd by our
cili.cn, mid none should fall in lend a
Tlio housekeepers' department at .J.
Burger & Co'is will delight Iho numerous
lady customers of that firm. The table
llneiiii, towellngs, napkins, "heelings,
plllowcaso inin-liiiK, etc, ete., arc of nil
kinds ami qualities uml the price? within
the reach of everybody.
Yi'tciilayat In o'clock u. in,, It'll li',
daughici' ol I 'mill and Mmy Coli'tnaii.
nged Jl month-. I'uucral notice in an
The trial of William (luplon. which
was to haw taken place nt the iieeiit
selon of the .lolmioii counly cltx-ult
court, as may be -is'ii by referring to the
roiiimunicalloti In this i'ii.' ol the lln.
i.f.iix, liom Vienna, ha been it
pomsl until .Tuly or Align!, whciiJndie
llaker has lgnitlei his Intention ol hold
lug a KK'lal leim of courf, for lln pur-po-a-
of giving (inptMii atrial.
.1. I'urger it Co. have the moM lieail
tllhl asortment of embrolderli". and la
res In the city of Cairo, retailed at whoh
Cainipllineulary lu Chief H llllam.
The. Paducah AVim, of the r.th lut.,
ay: "Capt, Wm. M. V.'llllnin ha
bi-eii appointed Chief of tii" Police In
Calm. A braver, better, or moie deter
mlneil man ha never occupied any posi
tion lu Hi" elly of Cairo. H" knows
what hi dutk" are. and he has the linn
nras to perlonn them. We don't know
anything about the other appointee, but
If thev arc all a good a thi one. Cairo
will Ui bles-cd."
J'axs. .Min rmbrellas and Paranl, hi
great variety and lttom price, nt
Stuart V lihol-on .
The coiiunitlee on luvitblion, appointed
by I he gentlemen who propo.c giving u
banquet lo Mr. Matt. Fulton mid lit wor
thy lady, at the St. Cliaile- Hotel oil
Turilay exeiilng, ycterd.iy inoriilug
-cut out over I luce hundred Imitation- to
us.'iitlciiicu alone. A -plemlid band of
mii-e will be in attendance audili-coiir-e
mii-le for the dancer, and a very enjoy
able time I looked for. Mr. I'lilton and
hi bride will no doubt be greetiil bv u i
largea'-'iublagc of Iriend-on thi- occa
sion. 'J'he llnc-t -clcctlmi ol tlre good of
the very l.itet style and all the new falc
ric sold al prices which defy coniret.
tlou, at. I. Ilurger t Co'.-.
The funcnil of the child of Oenni.s
Coleman will leave the bou-e on Divi
ion street at one o'clock to-day. Sc
clal train will leave foot of Kighth tret
for Villa Itldge at '. neloek. The friend
of thu fauillv are invited.
Single button kid gh.ve. good qual
ity, .Vj cent.-, double button kid glove.,
tijcrior quality, 7." cent. Call and cr
them at .1. llurgcr A Co'-.
We have noticed in many of our ex
eh iugei, that the resident of the many
t wns ami cities of Southern lllinol. are
miking their arrangement- to pay tri
butes of repect to the braves who laid
down their live for the right- of their
country, hi the late rebellion, and would
-uggest to the citlcn of Cairo that they
also show their gratitude lu a manner lie
coming tbe reputation they have -o
Justly earned by them on occaIon of a
similar character. To show their appre
ciation fur the noble work done by the
hoiiered dead, by irewlug their graves
with llowrr. I as little a- they can do
ami none hould refu-e to pay thi re--et.
Neck lit", of the IH'We-t -tylen, liaild-
oine make-, and the llnet usnrtiucnt of
collar ami cull, to be found In the city
are for .tlc by .1. llurgcr A Co., at popu
.1. I. Meyer, a merchant of New
York city, wa at the M. Charle- yeter
day. II. F. Potter, editor and proprietor
of the Mound City Jo'o-nnl. wa- lu town
Mr. Samuel Cordon, a prominent
gentleman of Chicago, wa at the M.
(.'baric hotel ye-tenlay.
Mis Annie Klllott, who ha? t'orlhe
p.it ten day Ix.ru visiting friend- and
relation at .loncbnro, returned to her
home in thi city a day or two ago.
William Hiirell, general agent I'or
the ltcmliigton sewing machine compa
ny, Is at the .M. Charle hotel, lie will
remain hi Cairo for -evcr.il day.
Major William -ykes wa at th.' Si
Charlo hotel on Friday night, lie iva
on hi way from M. Lout to hi- homo in
Mciuphi-, Tcnne He Icfi for Hie
utter plac at iluvc o'elo-k ye-terdiy
Mr. A. Stewart, a prominent miller
of (irayvllle, lllluoi-. in company with
hi-wife, are at the St. Charle. Thev
are on their way to Hot Spilng-. Arkan
a, where they propose -pending the
Sir u:r A- ('Jiioi.min aieoM'cung.icclti
bargains in lllcaeh and lirowii Cotton,
to which they Invltothealtcnlloii of t vcrv
buyer of dry good who de-Ires to ave
Thu people of Muiphy.sboio were antic
Ipatlng a very lively time lu their city
yesterday, as well as a huge lot of -port.
Mr. Albright, we learn, sometime ago
nudi! a race with a gentleman living lu
the upier portion of thu State, to be run
on yesterday, ut Miirphyboro, on Mr.
lout Logan s race track, between a llnu
blooded hor.-e owned by Mr. Albright
and a hor.o owned by tlio northern man,
whose mime we could not learn. There
will ako be another race, to tako place,
hut between vvIiom) racer we could not
hear. Tho race betweeu the hoise owned
by Mr. Albright and tho other gentle
man, Is for tllly dollars In iiionev, ,md
horo against a hore. The othet ineu U
tor six hundred dollars, three, hundred
dollars having been placed in the hand
of thu stake-holder, by each of thu owners
ofthe horses. A lively uml fast race, ami
one also that will, hi thu language of tho
noted Kciituckrturliiwii, Old dohu Har
per, he run from "ecml to eeud," is antic
lpateil, ami a great deal ol money, it u
expected, will clmnge hands. F.nch man
Iscoulldcnt of the ability of his horse,
nnd It U hurd to tell w liieli will go under
the string Hrsl.
I'Mfeoi'.lohn P. linrS'ow, who Ire- J
tilled lo a large audience at Liberal lie
ligiou hall last SuutlaV night, has again
been prevailed lipoll todcllwr uiiolher
addre al the auio piace thi evening,
when he will lake for III subject, "Agon.
clcs Working lo Produce Human Pro
gress." The public an' respectfully in.
Sri'vitT & Oiiol-ion' will 'how an ele
gant new line of prints hi plaid and plain
elk-ct on M unlay morning.
It is -aid that a number ofthe pleasure
seekers of this i lly w ill take a tilp to
.Mound City tiwlay nn board the little -all
vesel "Wave,1" provided the weather
will jieriiill. The "Wave" was diablnl
a week or so ago by being run into by n
uteamer, and ha-" been lying at the wharf
oppolte eighth street lor rctiair. which
are about completed. She will be han
dled by men who understand the art of
running uch a craft to ptrfeclion, and a
very p!eaant time Is lookisl for bv thoe
who Intend making the trip.
Ladle-' and children' white ult,
braided and embroidered ; linen ults of
all color, can be found in the elly only
at .1. Uiirger it Co'-. Children's suits
from iVl cent toJ."; Ladle' ults from
. IVriieloilo line.
Yelcrdai afleinooii. a little buy
named Peter Hoover, re-ldiug with his
parent, on Ohio levee, went into the
hoti-e of a neighbor. When he had got
ju-t ln-ldc of the door, a dog owned by
the Inmily jumped upon him. -Inking hi
brill into the little IcIIowV iio-eand tear
ing the member cnthely from hi face.
l'iie- iKilro roli.ti eii.
Fred Tekbliiiu, at hi- cigar and tobJ?e i
ttore on l.ljlitli -treet. ha Jut received a
large and vorupLte ai-ortmcnt of pipes, tc.
and a la 170 'lock ofthe bet br-indof uno
king and chew In',-tobacco. F. T.". tanib
ard ck'arnlnsv- on hand. Hive I1I111 a 1- ill.
Two yotuigcolon.sl hoy, while playing
eroquut in the upper part of town ye-tcr-day
afternoon, got into a di-putc a- to
whether one ofthe twain had or had not
-cut his ball through an arch, when one
called the other a liar. Tho boy who
wa tint iine-remonlou-ly insulted, ;el.
i;d one of thu ball.- and oroquettcd the of
fender oil tli head, knocking him down.
I. Kurgei' it Co. have the largot
lock ol para-ol-, umbrcll.is and sun um
brellas in Cairo. ( hildreii'jpariols at re
markably low price. The-e articles arc
going oil" rapidly, and Udlc- should call
bcfoiT the li't ofthe st'K'k I? gone.
Li another place in tins N-ue ofthe
llt.'i.t.hif.v, may be found the notice of
t.'hlel of Police. William. In regard to dog
running at large without thoproiier lag,
after the first ilav of June. It Is the inten
tion of Capt. Williams to have all such
canine- hot, nnd the piople ot this city
who have property ot Oil kind, ttial they
would sec enjoy life, -honld at once call
at the city clerlV olllce and piy tho fax
Then- will Ik' ervle- a usual at th"
C liurch ofthe Iksleeiner. Ib-v. Charle A.
Cilllcrt otllciatlng. at lit:") a. m. and 7:30
p. 111. to-ilay.
There will In the tt-ual iv!ee at
he Methodist church. Rev. Mr. Wallar.
pator. at the nsml hour lo-ilay.
The l!ev. Mr. Matlhew,of Olney.
lllinol. will conduct the semes at the
uual hour, at the Pii'-diyterl.ui elm tch
Profe-nr John P. Grog'on, an able
and experienced goiilleuian, will deli vera
lecture at Liberal 1'ellglous hall, corner
of Twcll'ih -trcctand Wasblugtoii avenue,
this evening. The public atv cordially
Ciii.i.vii-, Tic-.; Collcrclte. nihhnii-,
llosleiy, ilove-, Ac., at prices that can
not tie under-old by any hou-e lu the
Iraile at Stuart A tihol-on'.
Iliiefner'ti Nurretl I'oiieerl.
Thu lover- of good muk' are Invited
to be pre-eut till evening at the regular
?acn'd concert at thu Planter-' llou-e.
I-ciiburg's string hand will If on hand,
which Is a guarantee that the music will
be Hue. iehllt,'- Milwaukee k-cr will be
011 tap. ami the lover of that excellent
beverage an: Invlleiljlo bo prc-i ul and en
joy it. Ilucl'uer's coiiceri- have grown
to be one of the lli-tlllllion ol llicclty,
and each one ha- Im-cii heller than tlio
We call attention 10 ilie large mid
hauil-oiuo stock of gent' furnishing
good-ju-t brought to Ihl- elly by .1.
llurgcr ,t Co. Tiicc ginnl- have all
been -elected with givat van- and utv of
thu latcl and mo( di-liiibln -lylv, and
Mild at bottom pi hi . licutlcmcn are
reqiic-led lo call and v for theni-clvc.
The Tinners have po-tponed their pic
tile lo Sunday. .Ma 'SM, on aceount of
Iheiveent bad wvathcr, ami tho conse
quent dainpnis In the wood. The pic
nic will be held near Fort .Iclforson, at
thu tool of the beautiful and romantic
hills of ICciitucky. A good time Is an
ticipated. Further particular will be
given lu due time. Hy order of the com
mllteu of arrangement.-.
M run "erry IVatital,
The ladle ol thu l.pUoopal church
will give a grand Hipper uml strawberry
festival at the "tore loriucrly occupied hy
Me..r. White and Oner, on Ohio levee,
corner of SMh street, on Tuesday even
The Hue -upper, which will be served
throughout Iho uitlre evening, will ho.
ready at Mx' o'clock. All are cordially
Invited to taku supper at tho fe-tlval In
stead of at their homes 011 that evening.
White uood, tho haudnmct lino
ever brought to this city, Including
Piques, Nnn-ooKe, nwks niusllu, tarlet
ans, ete., all elllng nt prices lower than
Iho lowest, for ilo nt J. Hurger it Co's.
Ladles will savo money by examining
thefo gooiU before purclm-big elsewhere.
According lit 'uiilraei.
The sw Is Inloruud that when the
I nick ofthe O. A Sf. Louis railroad had
Ikui laid Irotn a jMilnt opolte St. Louis
to Cairo, and ear hnd U-en tun Ihcreoti
from Cairo to that point, the contract of
theeoinpaliywlthtbHcllyh.nl lceli fill
lilkd. To a point opposite St. Lnul.
was to St. Louis In thu meaning of the
ordinance. ThU Is o clear, argument
Is lint neccary. IT l.'S Sun wishes lo
try the question, It can do so. The edi
tor being a tax-payer may go Into the
-out Is ami have this quellon decided.
l.at Ft May evening, a young man by
the name ol'SylveMcr, employed ul llin
Anna in-aiie nv linn, came to Cairo 011
bii-lnc, and while here. Iieeame inloxl
catcd. lu his wanderings about town, he
finally eauio to the stum, depot, when' he
got Into a Iki.x ear and went to leep.
When Sylvetcr uitercd the ear, he ays
ho had seventeen dollar in his pocket,
which wa- taken from his pocket w Idle
a-let'p. as well a- hi bat. coal, vet and
boot, which wereal'O taken from hi
person and eouil-c.ited. llllccr Shechan
wa tuformi'd ofthe outrage and I now
looking for hi- men, and will, if they are
to Im.' found, bring them to Judgment, as
he doe, alt ro2iie of the kind, when
once he make lipid- mind to pmilOi
such an oU'cnilci'.
Sir.uii A i'iiiiii.ux are uttering the
greatet bargains in Ore-- -(Jooil ever
otl'ered lu thi market, Thev earne-ily
olleit an liiK.'cliou.
The HI lie. Nuyilay Melutiil Citiiaeuliiili.
The eventccntli AiiliijI Convrnthm of
the Ma'o Sunday g.-lenl Aaocla'lon ol llli
nol will l3 held in thcCilv of Alton,! lie.'
day, Wednesday an I Thurtdiy, May "JMh,
VHh ami 'J7lb, J7.', I'lmmruelng Tue.-d ly,
at 10 a. id.
Kadi count j In the Mate, except t'ook, is
entitled to tin delegates Tbe number Irom
Cook county Is not limited. Tlis iiro
grallline will be publllicd touli, and for
w arJcd to the eiunty Secretaries. The ar-ran-emeiils
for tho convention give prom
ise of a motf prali able and pleasant ebn.
Count Secritatics are requested to have
thi uot'cc publMicd lu the cotlity pipers.
I!. F. .Iacoii,
Chairman nf the l.x'ieiitlvc Committee.
About lour o'clock, yc-tcrday atter
110011, Mr. dacob Lynch and .Mr. lJ.ni
Kelly, a well-known carpenter of tid
dly, mounted a porch on the -econd
.story ofthe Commercial Hotel, on Com
mercial avenue, between Fifth and Sixth
street.-, to examine the structure, pre
paratory to beginning repairs upon it.
The porch having Woine dceayod, gavu
way. precipitating the two gentlemen to
the sidewalk below. Mr. Kelly .striking
the plank upon hi -Ide, breaking Ids
left leg below the knee, and al-o break
ing Id kit thigh. The injuries rccived
by Counly Clerk Lynch were nothing
more than a few cr.Hcheupoii the face.
Kollv'n vvoiind were attendeit to by a
phy-lelnis unit be was -cut to hi home.
where he will no doubt b? con lined for
many day to come.
Wlill" Mr. J. Jf. Ciuiiliir. Mv. finod
yearand Mrs. (iriltlu, tluee well-known
ladle- of tld city, were driving up Wa-h-lngtnii
avenue iH'hind the pony ow ned by
Mr. Ooodyear, yesterday attcrnoon,
about half pat thtve o'clock, the anhial
Ix'came frightened when oppolte th
Hri.i.KTix' otllce and tarled lo run. Mr.
Ooodyear, who was holding the rein,
made every eirort to control the beast,
but wa unable lo do s-o. and he turned,
throwing the ladle into the -ttvet. lu
falling from the eat ot the wagon. Mr.
Uoodye.'ir lieeaine cntaughd hi the line-,
and was dragged a dktance of not Ie
than .seventy-ilvu feet ; the line. gave
way and the hor-e da-hed down Wash
ington avenue at a frantic paw. Tho ladle-
were carried Into Mr. (ioodycar- re
Idence, when It wa- a-ccrtMned that Mrs.
(Joodycar'- It-it arm had been broken,
and her f ice badly cut up. The other
ladle- were pretty badly scratched up
about tie- face, but had 110 bones broken.
'1 In police com Is -till remain exovd
lllgly quid. There were lour ca-c ye.
tenlay, three of which were bclon;
.ludgc llro-. and the remaining one in
fore Judge '.lllrd, as follow-: The tlr-t
b'.foiv llro-. wa- that of Annie Sniilh
and l.ucrctla (il;i--gow, who were nrrc-t-ed
by ollhvr Wldtctunp and Schuster for
loitering about the streets wlnn all good
and peaceable folk were at homo hi their
little beds, riiev were al-o condemned
by Ilie oillcer a- lewd wouuu, and Ill
Honor, upon thi charge, louiid the un
fortunates guilty and lined thciu ten dollar.-
and cost each, and -cut them to the
city Jail for fourteen d.i ..
Then eainc Lucy IMuanl- and .Mary
Hunter. Tlieo l.idic- were taken In
charge by Oillcer- Schudor and Whlt
eamp for dkliirblug the peace ami u-lug
ollen-lve ami obscene humu-igc, forwhlch
otl'cll-e the duilge placed a till" of live
dollar.- and Ihu Usual co-l upon each,
and sent them totlus city Jail frl. djvs,
bcciiu-e they couldn't pay.
The third ea-e was that of iwo gen
tlemcii, named Theodore Kettle and
huuus.lonc-, who fell Into Iho hands of
Olllecrs Woolen and xirgeut, Friday
night, 'Ihu charge preferred against
llii!in,vvas that ol'ill.-turbiug tlie peace hy
vtolentaud disorderly conduct, calcula
ted to provoke a breach of thcelty's quie
tude. The Judgu listened attentively to thu
evidence! of tho wltne.-c, and then made
tho heart of Kettle Jump lulu hi throat
by placing a line of twruty-tlve dollars
am) coU over Id head, ami discharging
his comrade, Jones. Keltic took- up his
abode at tho city Jail, where lo will
board and labor on the -livels for ilftec 11
days, simply because hu had 110 monoy.
Thu case that required the attention
of Judge Hint, was that of Thomas Oili
sou, who Hud been arrested I'orilNordorly
conduct. He was lined live dollars and
thu usual trimming, and .went lo thu
city Jail for live days, brcau-e ho had 110
Al'KOItA BUCK Bi:i:il at Loul
K0M VIENNA, 1LMN0U,
Tlie (Inpluli Trial I'ott iioiirit.- n.
Int Mi riled Ity III t'liiinnel.-A ipr.
dill Sclou ol t'onrl lit he t'lilli'd III
July or iikiisI in Try hi I'u.,',
ViKN.X'v, II I.., May . Is7.1.
The Ouptnn inurdcr trial was up hi the
Circuit Court again thi morning, when
counsel for the ileleiio-.lohu P.. McCart
ney and II. It. Hardy tiled two ntllda-
vlt. one sworn to by theinselvo and the
otlnr by the prisoner, aklug 11 contlnn
ami' of the ease to the next term of the
court. That ol the lawyer sets forth
that they have not had lime to look into
the ca-e, but from what thev have been
able to learn, there Is evidence, which, If
they are given lime lo get It lu protx r
hapo to go lo the Jury, will do much to
mitigate the iuniluuent of the prisoner,
and probably In- the mean ol hi acquit
tal. At the close of the allldavll.thccouu
e -ay, that with the Utile time they
have hail to prepare for Ilie defen-e in
this case, they fed that they cannot do
thepri-oiierjustlce; that the case 1 one
of unusual Impnrtamv. and one in which
the public are taking great lutere-l : Hint
unable a they are to go Into the ea-e
f till v prepared, they say to the court that
If III determined togo 011 with It at this
time, they deIre to bee.vu.ed from con
ducting the delen-e. not that thev ik'sire
to evade the labor that will nccearlly
devolve ; upon them u-, ;defendaut,
but b.'i'.ille ibey feel liny cannot
do Ilie prisoner Ilia) jii-lh-c which hi
tiiipton -wear-1 li.it he had euiplowd
Judge Millkey to conduct hi-ie'el.e in
thi c.i-e; that Hie Judge lnul peut
much time hi getting 111. iho evidence
and preparing for the trial, which he
t iupton) dc-Ired to have come oil at till
term of the court ; but Ihal, wick before
la-l. Judge Mulkey. who was then In at
tendance at the Mas-ae coiiuiv clicuit
court, w.Mtakeu -erlou-ly III. and It was
found iicccs.,try to -end him to Id- home
In Cairo, where he Inn been ever
"Inw contliRsl to hi- room, and
coni;queully lliiabk- lo Us pre-unt at this
term of the court. Further, that thcie
has lately come to hi- knowhdgi; tact
which are of great imporlauee to I il 111 ,
ami without winch he will bo unable to
have a fair and full hearing w hen HU
ea-eroine up lor trial, (iupton ay
thoe facts iiiv known to but one pcr-on,
a negro named Spencer, who Is now a
porter ;ou an upper Cumberland river
steamboat, and that he has not had time
togct Spencer here at this term of court.
He further say., that he I not willing to
,'0 to trial now, because the couii'cl a
signed him by the court arc not well
enough acquainted with thu fact-of his
c.ise.aud could not under thu circuiu-tatice
do him the Ju-tl w which his e.i-e de
When the allld.ivit-h id b-cii nude.
Judge liaker look all the paper. in the
ca-e. and announced thai he would an
noiinco his deei-loii a to whether be
would grant the continuance ofthe ea-e
At the re-aemblhig of court tld al
teruoon.Judge Itaker reviewed the alll
davit1-nt oine length, and nimniinecd
fiat thoe.i-o would raiul continued until
ome lime In July or August, when bo
would call a -pecitd temi ofthe court lor
the si--cinl purpose oi trying thi eae.
To-morrow I will cnd you copies of iho
atlidavit on which the continuance wa
I.it of letter remaining uncalled for
In th" P.it Olllce at Cairo, lllinol. .Satur
day. May S, 1S7.".
Aiidcr-ou M. II.
linker P. J.,
"laydnu C. .1..
Fryer L. '.
Hart wick- Fred.
Met .rcim John,
Smith (i. P.,
S'-ott Ja-. II..
Wll-ou J. I!..
Ca-e J. T..
Barry Bobt. It.,
leimlng l. J..
I.mliiin P. P..
Mahaney A. P,.
Put cell C, ( '..
Wallace J. II..
ailing fur the above Idler.
W1.0. tV. Mi'K 1: M, P. ,M.
I lie ld IC'liiilile.
I hereby aniiouucu to the public that I
am better prepared thai evrrlo ae.oinmn
datu my patron-at llu C ntril Hotel, on
."ilxth etruet. betweel Coiiutieivl il and
Walilii!,'tou avcnui. I have taken a p irt
nerin the hotel hiithios, Ml. Appkui'in,
who has hud cjn-ideri'il'i experience in
that line, and will not fad ti nuke quests
feel at hmie. The tibh' will alway. lie
u p. led wlih tlio bct tlie i'i irkv't ailord-,
i-crvfil up hi the umt paUlaiilc maimer.
Iljarl 11111I lodging per week, ft M t klulo
meal, to be had at all hour, I have
a'n In coiinectlou with my bote', a tlrst
diss buibn - thop, ami am prepared to glvo
1 uouier a ood .hav , lialr cut, slumpjo
ing, etc. I will run three chair., ami have
employed ton-orlil artl-t wiio under, land
their business, S'uvhig, H cent; aliain
poolug, 'JO ceiil ; nml hslr cutting, .1 rent,
(ilva me a call. I'uor. F. Hontii'.i .
I or Hale.
Ons open nnd oin top hugj', vvlih hur
ue. ; 0110 seven octal e pi 1110, nearly new ;
ouo Kalrbaok Jilc, ilshow ease, "1 joutiter
and khelviu,', one Hall's Don lie Comlika
tlon mfe, with burslir b ix, I will otter ut
auctlin, commencing thta Sat unlay
night, May est It. nud continue du
ring the noit week, rv.ry ulght,
the entire stock of lo:t', .Shoe, Dry
flood, Notion', etc. now hi my store.
.i8-7t. 1.0IH II. Mvtns,
Steiuier Janir Flk, Paducah.
" 1 ity of Chester, .Memphl.
" Andy Baum, Memphis.
" C It. Church, Novvprlean
Tow-bont Future Cltv, New Orlean.
" (.rand Lake, New Orient".
Steamer Jamc FUk. Paihnnh.
City of Chester, M. Louis.
" Andy liaimi, Memphl.
C. it. Church, CliHluiiatl.
" .Miuneola. Memphl.
Tow-boat Future City. St. Lout.
" (irand Lake, LnnUvllle.
J. A. Kellogg ami bai'ge, Belle shu vt -port,
I'd y of Vtekburg! from St. Louis;
Arkan-a Belle. Pvansvlllc. Cherokee.
( iuclnnatl: Wild Din k and barge. Pill
burg: Sain .1. Hale, Vevny, Cons Mill r.
I'.IVKIt I.Allli:i: AMI HI'slX'K.st.
The liver la-t evening was .hi feet H
Inches on the gauge, having fallen 10 i-.i
Indie during the prevloil'.'! hour. 'J'he
river are reported declining rapidly at nil
Then; was a strong south wind all
day yc-tcrday and heavy clouds at lime-,
but with the exceptions of a few
light -pi Inkle hi Hie morn
ing and a ,-howcr In the evening,
no rain fell. The ullry condition oflhe
atmosphere would in to indicate tlie
approach of roof-lifting tornado and
iH.'ihap a water pout or two, but they
may not arrive.
lluine continue- dull here. The
anie complaint conic- from ever poi-i
on the river, and there 1 but little pro
wct of any Improvement -0011.
The Hubert. Mitchell and 'ity of Al
ton left New Orlean- last Tlmr-day even
ing. The Potomac broke her t.n ho.nl
shaft near PorUmoiith. on lat Tuesday.
She Is repairing at Cincinnati.
The new -haft for the tug Cache ar
rived yesterday, and the Cache I read
for hu-liie again.
('apt. Cutting, of . Mctropo!!, ha the
frame of the new Belli) Lee alt -et up and
I- putting hi job through with a will.
Onlier!at trip .s-oiilh, the Orand
Lake No. U It.-l two boats of coal and
her lucl bu.tt on a uag at Brandywiiie
The traii-fcr, ,Mc.Coinb, came over
la-t evening with u detachment of the 'Jd
L. S. cavalry en route to tlio gold Held
ofthe Black Hill.
Captain Warden encountered alieavv
Know at Dubuque on Sunday : left, tbe
avanuah at Burlington on Thur-1l.1v.
getting a big trip. So .ays the Democrat.
Tho Belk of Shrevepirt Is the llrt
Licit nt the new combination to lcau?l.
l.oui-. She 1 tin here ihl morning
for New ( irlean.
Capt. Ben F. Kgau. ol Na-hvllle, I
to take charge of the river department, of
the Kvnil'Vlllc Courier for a tew week-, i l
the ab-ence of its regular editor, who I
We Were mi-taken abu:n the da 1.11
which tlie Idlewild leave thi city, slu
leaves 011 Saturday-. iutead ot Sunday .
a- reported, and tho-e (Wring to make
excursion trip upon tier -honld make 11
The lo-e by lb" accident to the .I110.
Dippold' tow at O-ccola, were a fol
low: Two boats belonging to Capt.
W. II. Brown; two boat belonging to
J. II. Itlglev ; one boat, two barge Mo
let long, and a small barge belonging to
John Dippold, all lo tiled with coal.
Maj. Matt. Wal-h, of the Illinois Cen
tral road, who. with Major Morril, ot the
Calm A Vliieeune-, ha charge of Hie
Irau-porlallou department on Decoration
day. Informs u that tho bu-lnc of hi
1 omuilttee Is well undir way. and :i
special rale will lx' secured 011 all the
lines leading lo this city and the ceme
tery . Tho Cairo A Viiiecnnos road,
which Iat year had a greater
demand made upon It than wa expected,
will this year have car- enough at hand
to aceiiiuuiodato all who may wi-h to
-co tlie new monument ot repcct to tin
memory of the dead. Mr. Wal-h ha ic
ceived and answered -everal hundred letter-,
inoro or lo--, 011 lie' qite-lloii of
trau-portatlou, but comes up to the work
fn-h and smiling every morning, and
-eeui- rather lo enjoy It.
.cn York Nliile
Just in. ami for alo by the Now York
.V.i.re.XiO bii'lui nt choice New YorkMitu
Peach Blow I'et itoo, fur iced and lal lo
11, r. 5-ii-'i'..
Chlciis of Cairo, take notiie. Tlie
celebrated Buck Sait-agu will be on sale
on Saturday and Sunday morning at
Keohler' old -tand on F.lglilh street.
Call -non. koi:iu.i.i:.
llnu! llulLDi ! Ildim ! !
1)11 ami alter June 1st, I"., till ihu'i
uiuL' at l:ll''e. on Which tiX h:H liiit
psldwlllbediiposedof. (Mat tho
ClsrK'a olllee and pay tax.
ft..td. W'H. M. WlI.I.I.VM-s.
Mr. Hunnardcileri her srvinea as a!ck
nurc. site I- uxpeiicneeii In all kind 01
iiunlitg. Public patior.ai,'e rcspcctlully n
llclleil. Leave order on 1 Vdar street, be-tiveenTwiity-'lhlrd
trceW, lu tha Porter House. .Vs'-lui.
The dwo.llMf house, ell ?cenlh near
Walnut, now occupied by Capt. J. A.
Jones, is lor lent. The limtw has n'ue
rooms and ha-tfinrnf, good cistoni and out
house, all In gooJ uiiler. A dedl'dib resi
dence. Apply at tlio loitortlco t
f' S-tf. Ojux W.MrK vn .
Oinci: or Cviuo it St. I.in:ii I. ui.mni'.
C.vimi, it.i.iN(is, May (!, Is73.
A inccllug of tho Dln'ctn'rs of this
company will bo Held on Tucday '"'t,
the 11th hut., at 10 o'clock, a. in., at tin?
jfallon-houso on tho dcxt grouniH of
tho compnuv, lu Past St. Louis, Illinois.
Wetil ,S, Sri.irsT.svi.oii, Prest.