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t;.UHOl.OIMJi:. NO. W7, .K 1A.M.
, Hold reirular communications lu Ma
tunic Hull, collier Cnuiuiurlal aveuue
and Kiirhth hlri!. on the hrrnnil and
oil rib Jlondav- of earh luonlli
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THOMAS .IONKH, rr-t. f. M U. S. A.
BY OUH FH1K.ND AT THKCOHNEK.
I. Witldcr, :il thecorner ofOhlo l.cvie
mill Sixth strett, known to some as "our
liiend nt tin! corner.'' ha
"slaughtered" high pi lees In Hat, Caps,
niul Clothing. JI' l nllttijf at gioat bar
gain?, a fact tint make tonic dealers feel
j II thi'y were shot or struck hy light
ning. Call on lilm. and price hi goods,
lor which hi' does not owe it nlckle.
lII.Mr.Ni:K ill l.oiil. Ilerlirrf.
Wc will talc, nt tlio St. Clmlix Hotel,
during tlioiimmorinoiith,;V)iljy boirder,
at f K n' month, and!S0 hoarders with cool,
pleisnt rooms on the upper Hour, at ;PiO
per iiinuth. At this extremely low rate,
none hut promptly pavini; boarder will he
accepted. Jkwktt Wtf.cox .V 'o,,
LOOK 1IEKK !
Itu Hull ri:rr llrrritllou
Yesterday, II U Mild, wasthc hottest day
or thn .season, the thermometer standing
lOOdegrccs In the shade.
I i llerliirt lui PII.HKXttlt.
At lust, wenro told, the hoys have suc
ceeded In organizing n base hall chih.
Ticy will iluyu match game with ono
of thf neighboring towns on the I'ourth,
It Is -aid. f
dullor MtCurthy, with ti force of four
itjic-liwli'.il gentlemen, hotli whltf nnd
colored, put hi the pare lime of yester
day nt cleaning up nieveuth st not. In
the vicinity of the loek-up.
4'liniiSc of Time.
IJy ifferenco to time lahlc It will
U'cii that the express tmlii on the Illinois
Central railroad now arrives nt Cairo at
.'::W.. in. luMeail of 1 :'.!).
't he MrlliuilWI ;I'.cnnloii.
'I'Iii'IiiciiiIm.t.j or the McthodWt church
an; earue-tly requested to he prceut at
the church thli evenlntf, to make dual ar
rangements fur Hid excursion on the Kck
ert, on Saturday, duly :ird.
KrjrlitliriOH Cl'I.MHAVIIER at MfcK-
('Alio IiCllge No.U87-Jlllie!Jtlll, IVJS,
All ofllcern and memheri of Cairo
Lodge No, 2.'I7, with llalr families, anil nil
widows and orphnm of deceased .Maou,
nrc cordially Invited to attend and ar
tlclpati: in oh.'ervlng the Festival ot SI.
John the llaptlst on Thursday evening,
June iMth, In the Hall ol the Lodge,
which will he nppniprlatclydeoorated for
the occasion. Jas. S. Kr.Aimr.N, W. M.
III n HmlCoiiilllioii
We learn JromChlcl of Police. Wllllutm,
w ho, In compimy with Mr. John t.'lancy ,
the gentleman w ho w ill soontahe charge
orihe city Jail, vUlted the look-up ydter
day morning, that that Institution Is hi a
had condition. Chief William; aUo In
1'ornn u that he gave Mr. Clancy order
to at once commence the thorough over
hauling of the Jail, and put It In n good
condition as polhle.
Munll lo. nl A umi.
Chief of l'ollce William yesterday
morning rtvclved n let lor from Mr. .lame
J. Toler. eltv marhal of Anna. Alter
kindly thanking the authorities of thU
eltv for the afulManre they rendered him
hi procuring nurses to look to the welfare
of the .mall pox patients In that city, Mr.
Toler av that the dUeaw: Is ahatlng In
Anna, and that he cntertaliH hois that
the most critical moinents of lt. vl-H to
that village liave passed.
Justice Comings i now performing the
police duties of Judges IlrOsS and 15Ird,
the former In lng engaged wltli county
huslneia. and the latter Iwlng ah-cnt
from the cilv. Mr. Comings is not, how
ever, very greatly rushed with hu-Ines,
it the class ot people who are mot likely
to violate the laws of the city are hold
Ing up until the glorious fourth, when
they can have a "ood old-tltne-drunk
without helng molcVted.
Mvnl t JlfiU
UaIii houglit: out; th Interct of
Koehler llrs. In tho uioit liu-lno., 1 am
prepared to lnrii'-h the peojiio of Cairo, a
well as cteamuoal, with theclioli'e-tnicaW
tin; mirket afford!, and all thoc wl.liln to
have their inctn delivered at their hume,
can he accommodated, ltenpectfully,
tf-10-tf. I'llll.. llOW AllK.
Kirur-alnu, I'lilllr.. IJIf.
The good p4.cn;er teamer, llinnerk
City, cn ho chartered iur cxciirflou or
picnics nt rej'Ooahle mt'-. Apply to
&Min WalkkuA Nkii.Ip.
lii-l the llr.l.
Dr. h'cth Arnold Coiish Killer the
rreat eradlentor lor a'l liuiif l!eae a su
perior remedy to nil other medicines yet
dixenvcred, hi sovcru cc. It U a Hire,
ijuljk, mid porfectly ftlo rcnirdy lor
coughf, colds, horu tliroit, whooping couah
;roup,aml all dlscj-cs of the thruil and
lunjrs. Itc'.all price, '!' and .'si ceiilsiind ?1.
Anyhottlo thatdoei not ge relief may be
returned, andtbc money will he refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold' Diarrhu-.t llalsam i.'i.-iml
MccuU. Ucmembcr It Is wurranled. Ar
ni.M' lllHom Maudrake IMIls, opcr.itltif
without tickoi'sii and piln. Ccmpoucded
hy Dr. Seth Arnold' Medical Corjiornll 10,
WoonorVrl. It. I. yold by Taul C.Jrchuh.
JrnirL'lit. Cairo. III. riVl-W-am.
gnfXX AinlKraud White nig ftock
envelopes at the lt't.i.i: rix otllce, printed,
5:. 00 and $1 ("0 ht M.
I.ttmllord ot hotels and hounlin hoiic
w III Ihid it to their sdvnutae to call upou
Mr. Coleman, Laundrcs, .So 12 Kourth
utreet, botwewn Wanhiuxton and Commer
cial avenue'. Hotel and hoardlngdioUfe
washing, 7.icontperdoen. I'oi piecework
price area follow :lngle lllrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen Cc; .ocks ui-, two col
tarn, be; two handkerchiefs, 5c; vcit' 20c;
ud all Kentlcinen wear, Mc. per
dozen, l.adlcii' dresscj, ii'i to Mc;
klrt h) to 2)c; drawer 10 to Kc; two
pair lioe fie; two collar ! to 10c. For la
dkV plain clothe $1 00 per dozen; for la-
Ilea fine clothec, $! 2' per dozen; done
drotnptly, and proniptlv dellered. l'a
.otlre of Itrllliivul.
'I be well-known barber thop, corner
eighth and Commercial, pretidod ov.-r by
'.he popular artM, George Steinhomo, has
removed ono door north on Commercial, in
,bc lirand Central Hotel. The new i-bop is
.nrge and commodious, and thoe wishing
lor anything artUtie In the way of f.ililoii
ble hair cutting, smooth haves, etc., will
lo well to call at the (Stand Contial llarber
Mr. Joe Hohurts, editor of the Sulhtm
lliiwifin, and Jacktou comity I'm, was
in tin city yc'terday. lie savs thln''i!
will he lively In Murphyiboro on the
tilth of July, and advises Cairo people to
J.icckel has received, direct from Kit
rope, Ciilmhacher, Kirtzlngerand Krlau-
ger hecrs lu bottlo. Tlicee arc the nio-t
i--lchratcd lecrs of IJavaria, and for con
valescing people are the limit ta'iigth
enlng of all drinks, as Uioy are aho the
inot phwaut for the strong and healthy.
! They are fold for 2.1 cents n bottle.
feS7rlg reduction In price? o( Keathcr
Du-ter'. at Scliuh's drngitore.
SS I ml
The .Vim -ay It has been .suggested,
that when Ohcrly staits to California
with a Keely motor, w ith a jug ot water
for fuel, he fdioiild iil-o take a jug of
wind. He might do this by taking Davis
with him; hut, then, Davis Is not a juj
or wind, lie is a loose wind, you know.
"And smells so':'" as Hamlet n.-ked.
"I'augh!" We are holding our no'.
The report iroitiii the rounds to the ef
fect that the young man arrested by
Chief Williams on Monday afternoon
while trying to cut an Italian on the
levee, is a counterfeiter, is faUe. Chief
Williams Informs us that the man, whose
name he could not remember, had pas-ed
a counterfeit five dollar note on one of
the levee saloon kecperc, hut lieyond till
he docs not think the fellow has commit
ted any crime of this kind, nnd redeemed
the counterfeit hill as soon as he was told
that it was not good.
Deputy Sherill' Shechali tell' us that
on Monday night, while hi the neighbor
hood of the nhodc of an old black woman
named Aunt Hell,' living on Thirteenth
street, between Washington and Com
merclal avenues, he was attracted to the
hou-e of Aunt Hell by a rumpus, which
was going on lu-lde, between two white
women and a couple of young men,
trangers iu the city. The whole party
was arrested, hut the men were told to
leave the place, whloh they promUed to
do. and the women were put in jail.
Hellri.n. lII,l'.v:ilt l.fiiil II ei.
Vt'ntil In (in.
We are told hy Chief of Police William-,
that a number of the. member of
the Hibernian I'ire company ol this eity
areagitatlug a movement to get the com
pany to go lo Murphyshoro on the llftli
of July. The company will, we, hear
hold a meeting to decide the matter some
time this week.
f-'JIio tlucst article of Salad
.Mr. Dan. Kcllv, the carpenter who was
so seriously Injured hy the falling of a
porch, on Commercial avenue, some lx
weeks ago, li. w e are glad to utatc, again
able, with the as-lstance of a pair of
crntche-, to walk about the yard. He
hopes, ere many days have passed, to he
able to he about and attend to his duties
The I'ev. N". Kxj,nilnu tin ure.it
Bulgarian prie-t, lias shaken the dust from
hi feet and left Cairo. He took
id departure from this city lat night for
St. Loul-, from whence, altera brief stay
In the ciu-u of the Christian church, he
will go to South America. We yesterday
published a notice handed us hy Mayor
Winter, saying that Kxperldon would de
liver a lecture In the l'resbyU'riau church
lat evening, hut, we presume, hxperi-
dou became discouraged nnd gave up all
hope of being of service to the sinners of
Cairo, anil retired without making an
other eil'ort for their welfare.
truijf nt Jatchel'a.
i mo iltlielmtshtf-
Frank Kratky, of Hie Union ilakery,
Coiuuier.ial aveuue, between Kouilh nnd
Sixth trect, ha re-opciiedhU bakery, nnd
U now prepared to deliver llread and Cakes
of the betiiiallty, any where lu thu city or
country, iu such, quautlUc as liU custom
r may desire, l'rlee will bo mado cn
lirely with refer.'nco to the iire-ent bird
time; tu other word, cheaper than the
eheapoet. Send In yur onluu.
W:!..'i 'Jo-tX 1
A silver plated No.H Wilson shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) tlnhh, valued at
f. Will bo sold at ?20 dl-couut, on good
terms, ami ordered direct from tho factory,
A Xo.U Wllsen Shuttlo .Sewiiig Machine
valued at ?75. Will he bold at ?tf ill.count
and ordered dlroct I rem tlic factory.
A j'l'fl Uemlogton Scwini,' luchlno-$"0
off for eah. SulUble for tailor or boot and
' At a barb'aln, and on good term, a Howo
Suwliu Machine. May bo seen at the Com.
pan) ' cilice, coiner Ninth street and Com
mercial. KOU SAI.K.
"Picturiiuo America" IS numbers
bound in"2 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
A atjis "i:," ''Clough, Warren v; Co.'s"
Pnrlor Orh'aUi right from the factory at De
troit. MM prlco, MOO. Will he fold for
A new two-liorsa Oamblo wagon.
For toy orthoahoxn urtlcleii, apply at
the UVI.LI7IN oflll'C. II. A, HUBHKTT.
A Jooil Time.
About twenty-four of the K'nlghtsTcm
nlar ot tills city, on Monday evening
l,it, after attending Hie regular meeting
of their lodge, repaired to the Dolmonlco
hotel, where tliey were served with del
leaelei of every dc-crlptlon In abundance.
Tho all'ilr, we are told, was called forth
from the fact that four new members
were Initiated into the order on that
Ot eruoi-Ucil lllniieir.
Capt. Poore, of the Delta City l'lrc
conipaiiy, while the company was te.-tlng
their engine near the round house, on
.Monday evening, ovcrwall.ed himself and
fell to tlie ground lu a sw oon. Ho was
picked up, and, after considerable labor,
brought to, hut ho Is still, we are told
somewhat weak ami nervous from the ef
fect ol the attack.
Mid. Wllllmu Wetiel.
On Sunday last, Loul. .wife ol William
Wefel, one of our most highly esteemed
itlens, died In child-birth.
Mm. Wetrel was n marked woman.
She had In her character more of the tie-
tneiits of true womanhood than many or
her ex. Xot masculine lu thought or
manner, an all'eetlonale wife and inot
tender mother, yet she was equal to all
tho emergencies of life, and 111 dilllciiltles
ofhuslnc" rne with the occasion, ills-
playing ns. much tnct and ability us is
verscen In man. without losing tne
peculiarities that make her cx attractive,
she walked abreast with thn world, and
won prostierlty for her family by being
indeed a helpmeet lo her husband In all
the relations ol life. I he allurements or
fashion and sooidy never won her
from domestic duty, and yet there
was never a nionj cheerful-hearted wo
man horn. She vt.is at once the support-
r and the encour2crofthoe about her.
When iinihdlmens were obtruded Into
her path, she did; not complain, 'he re
moved them; whin clouds wen- above,
she spoke words of hojie and told of the
sunshine that was liehlinl and that would
llnally drive them away, lu dltres
she was cheerful, in proiorlty retiring.
At Mound City, Nik-re he wa. most
intimately known, her loss mourned
by everybody. There, during her long
residence, she was to many a stricken
household an angel of klndnes6. Where
distress was. there shone the sirlle of
tills kind woman and was heard her en
couraging voice. Where sickness was,
her kind baud ministered at the bcd-sldc.
Poverty blessed her also, and content
ment and wealth respected her for her
To herself her death was not unex
jiceteil. Sunday before lat, there was a
wedding at her house, and she .ald not
eomplainlngly, but in a tone that hit the
Impression she believed her own wori! :
'To-day you have a wedding hercy text
Sunday you will have a funeral." Aid,
before her death, with all thecalmnes-of
health and assured long-life, she gave di
rections respecting the dl-posure of lcr
remains and her hoii'sj and family, fchc
died without a reproach hi eye or itoii
lip, us she had lived, a dutiful wife, if
feetlonate mother nnd true woman.
I'pon her hU'bnud, who worshlpli'd
her, the event of her death has' fallen like
,t lightning stroke. Hlni-elf one ot the
mo-t tender-hearted and liest of men, he
was happily mated In this good woman ;
and now, almost Instantly, he Udeptivt;d
of her support and love kit alone In the
world, with a young daughter and ton.
At present, he Is prostrated upon a bed
of sickness anil anguMi. He lias iu hi
misery the sympathy of his many friend
who mourn with hhn over his great los
Hut not In such pro-.tratlou 1-. the memory
of such a woman mo.-t honored, but In
that earnest work, acting of body and
mind, which .so eminently dl-tiiiguMicd
her. She believed that life was real and
earnest, and those who would praise her
best, will thus regard life, and by active
work in Eocicty, help, as she did, to make
those about tier comiMiteaaii'i Uii)
the whole world I tetter and
The Delia City Plre company, upon
hearing that the Hough and Iteady com
pany had come to the conclusion to fore
go the pleasure of attending the Mur
physhyro celebration lu a body, and hav
Ing a desire to lie courteous nnd friendly
vvitli their brother lltemeii, forwarded
the following cordial Invitation to the of
ficers and members of the Houghs, which
was received yesterday morning ;
To llK! Ollirrr and Mrniln-r of the Itoiicli and
Oextm:vihx It it Is not your purpose
to attend the Murphyshoro I'ourth of
July celebration In a body, the "Delta
Cily" will gladly welcome any Individual
memlMirs oi your body that may desire to
go, Into our ranks and good fellowship,
and will place at their service, cap nnd
licit, and insure to tlieui all the civilities
that are extended to us as a company. It
may occur that contests may ni Neamong
the companies present that inayellect
the reputation ol'our'Calro Plre Depart
ment," As the Delta's will shaif In that
contest, we may need the help of all the
strong arms ami willing hearts that we
M. J. McO.vt l.i:v,
Secretary Delta City Plre 'ompuiiy.
( ' vino, June 21, ls7.'.
tfirThc (tUhraUd ScMit; M.WM'
KF.H nr.EIl nt JatrktVs.
I'n r Nil I e t'lienp.
The entire oiltllt ol tho lirand Central
Hotel, with a live yenri' loase, and on rea
onable terms. Vr particulars, apply to
7T-tt-22.tr. Wm. Wkt.ki..
A cottage on Thirteenth street. U-tw ecu
Washington avenue and Walnut -tre t.
t!-i:i-tl. Apply to Dn. Smith.
UrirX Hag stock enveloleT7it Hi-i..
i.k i in olllce, $:i 2."i per M.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
142 Commercial Ave.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stock of Ladies' and Gout's Furnishing Goods, Em
broideries and Parasols, will bo Sold at Cost. Must be sold
within the next sixty days. Nov is the timo to obtain bargains.
i nis is no Advertising
Dodge. Bring your money and get
Justice It. Cunningham, not .atlslled
with the paltry sum ot one cent allowed
him as damages In his suit agalnt tho
eltv. ha asked the court for a new trial.
-Thn suit of Christian Mens agalnn
John H. l!obert ba occupied the time ot
the Court since Monday afternoon.
Tlds action was instituted to re
cover damages for bodily Injuries
Indicted upon Mer, at the hands of
Iloberts, one year ago last December at
the farm ot the plaintiff In Dogtooth
Bend In tlii county. The dlilloulty grew
out of a dispute about ISoberts' horse.
The jury at adjournment had not re
turned Its verdict.
Died, yesterday, aged 1 year and 10
davt, Hosk, Infant daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. J. M. McGnuley. The
funeral will take place to-day
from tho residence, on Division
street, at 10:1K) a. in. Tho remains will
bo buried at Villa Hidge. Train will
leave foot of Twentieth street, at 11 a. I
in, Pricmls and acquaintances ot the pa
rents respectfully Invited to utteud.
j5y Genuine Congress water lu bottles,
at Sc'iuili'ii drug store. 23 cent jier hot
tie. Xot (luliltf.
The Hough and Heady Pire company,
as was slated lu yesterday morning's ls
fuio of the UUM.KTIN, held a meeting on
Monday night for the express purposo
ofeomlngto a deUnlto conclusion lu re
gard to uttendlng tho celebration to bo
held at Murphyshoro on thu llith of July.
Tho deci-lon of tho company was con
trary to Hint expected by many ol our
citizen, it being decided, by a very small
malorllv of thu members present, that
Hiu company should not accept the Invi
tation of the Murpbystwro people.
Ooliiirto Miirili)'Ntiuro. ,
Wo learn from Mr. Harry Sehuli, sec
retary of the Delta City Cornet Hand,
that that organization, at a meeting hold
a few evenings ago, decided to accept the
Invitation of the Murphyshoro people to
participate. In tho celebration to bu held
in their city n the fifth of July, nnd that
they will go with the Delta Pire Com
pany, who have also concluded to par
take of the hospitalities of the Murphys
horo folks. Wo have no doubt but that
the members ot both organizations will
he fully compensated for their time and
The vicinity of the down-town concert
stand was a sceuo of much life and civ
Jovmcnt last night. The entire locality,
from Eighth to Tenth streets, on Wa-h
ingtoti avenue, Was thronged with men,
women and children, of all colors and
nationalities, who seemed to bo Inspired
with a feeling of happiness nnd good will,
by the beautiful strains of music ill-
eouiscd hy the Delta City Cornet baud
Tho occasion was somewhat varied from
other demonstrations of the kind, by Mr.
Phil Satin, who added much to tho occa
slon by a baloon ascension, which was
greeted with rounds of upplauso by the
youngsters, and very much enjoyed,
though lu a manner more iptlet, by. tho
On Sunday afternoon, between Capt.
IlallldayV residence and -tho Presbyte
rian church or at Sunday school, a K. of
P. and I. O. O. F. watch' charm com
bined, engraved, "'Mlelinlt Lodgo Xo.
20." Tho Under will bo liberally re
warded by returning same to this olllce.
Uo lu lyOiils llri-brrt'M far PII.NE.
John D. Ehert. ot'Slkeston, Missouri,
took his ease at tho Dclmonleo yester
day. W. J. Davi-, of Equality, Illinois,
was ono of tho gentlemen who honored
the Dehuonico yesterday.
Vlucennes sent to Cairo A. AI. Ilow
crs, who put up at the Delinouloo yester
day. The city ofl'acine, Wljcon-in, sends
us Mr. Spllman. He put up at the Dcl
monleo. Charles P. Johnson live. In Home,
X. Y., and was registered at the Del
And now comes C. A. alker, lrom
Chbago, and puts up at the St. Charles
-W, C. McDonald, J. M. Sunlock and
A. Prickitt, all from P.ulucah, sam
pled food at the St. Charles yesterday.
I.ouls Klein came from Cincinnati
and stopped at the St. Charles yesterday.
fieorge O. Shiver was comfortable at
the St. Charles yesterday. His home Is
C. Schwartz and K. W. Babbitt, are
cltlens ol Cincinnati, and stopped at the
St. Charles when hi Cairo.
-Edward P. Pilklu, of New York,
was quartered nt tho fct. Charles yester
St. i!ouls sends J. Hamlin to Cairo,
and ho put up at the St. Charles.
Win. H. Matthews, of New Orleans,
entrusted himself to the tender mercies of
the St. Charles, and w.i kindly treated
C. P. Walker of Potaskas, a place we
don't know where, was at the St. Charles
Horace Yost, ot Metropolis, was tho
last to make his appearance at tho St
George Ilronson, of Memphis, cast
hlmsclt upon tho mercies ol tho Plan
t.-rs' vestenlav. and Is lu a Cdr way to
Mrs. M. Hollman, of Cincinnati, was
at tho Planters' yesterday.
A. J. Pierce, of Texas, was at the
Win. Picnch, of Brownsville, was at
tho Planters' yesterday.
Bei'traiid, Missouri, was represented
at the (iraud Central yesterday hy B. II.
Mrs. Anderson, of Vienna, was
registered at the Grand Central yester
day. Harry Woods, ol Bullaio, New
York, w as quartered at the Planters' yes
CcijrUenulne Congress Spring Water,
put up lu bottles only, for sale atSchuh's
drujr store at $2 00 per dozen.
t the Bcf.i.r.Tix bindery 13 numbers,
bound lu two volumes, full gilt uior-
rocco; cut Si I ; for sale nt $11).
triJ-XX. Woodstock envelopes at the
Hcmxiix olllce. (X) per M.
tJ7i'Gu to Jatcktl'3 - try Ait Eltl.AS
(7 .'', ci drllgtitfal bwrnrjt.
Two furnished room-, with or without
board. Inquire at Josnrii Smith's fur
niture 'tore, Commercial avenue.
as to the tieatment of all disease, lrom the
mlldcM ailment to the deadliest epldiiiilc,
buttUc fact that the ,..'iilltnrnl. Vinegar
Hitters is conquering maladies which h ive
dtlled tlia faculty, rei iler these profctf
lonal d'H'erenee of little consequence,
While Oypcp.-Ia, flout, Itlieiimatl.-iii. Uri
nary Complaint', HllllouMiuts, Nervous
Dlnabllltlc-, and alldl-ordcrs not organl
are obliterated by this m.itchles vegetable
tonic and alterative, who cares for op K
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men fruin this ef
feet of errors and abu.-u in early life
Manhood re-tored. Impediment) to mar
riage removed. 'cw methed of treatment.
New and remarkable rer.iedles. Hooks
and circulars sent free, In scaled envelope.
ddres, HOWAItl) ASSOCIA'l ION, 41!)
N. Mnth street, Philadelphia, Pa. au Insti
tution having a hlb reputation for honor
al le conduct and professional rkill.
5-1 l-tt A- w-Jhn.
Steamer Jim Kisk, Pailucah.
Johuh. Hhoads, Piit'suig.
C. B. Church, St. I.oui.
Tow-boat Put lire City. Xew Orleans.
Steamer Jim KMc, Pndueah.
C. B. Church, Cincinnati.
" John 1.. Hhoads, St. I.ouls.
barrels and .'t'J.-i hall barrels Hour, the bal
ance sundries. She had also 1 1,7."7 bush
els corn lu hulk.
We would call attention to the ad-verli-ciiieiitiirihokteamcrJ.
In another column. She will leave pr-'-tlvely
at the hour staled lor Cincinnati,
and ult way points, she Is a rattling good
boat, and deserves the patronage of the
traveling and shipping public.
The storm of evening before Iat
"hook things up at a fearful ratetaroitnd
Metropolis, and frightened the people ter
ribly. Its threateiilngs were, however,
worse than the reality, and very little
damage was sii-talncil. The .Eddyville
and Vint Shinkle were at the wharf at
the time, and thu wind shook them up so
that many per-ons ran a-hore lor safety.
The oillcer.s and crew of the John
ICyle are still In luck, we hear. In the
late Louisville lottery they drew a prize
which lu 'i dub of ten gave them $1,000
a piece. And now we are lufi;rmed that
.Mr. Illatitoti Duncan of Louisville, noti
fies them that they arc each entitled to
gl.oOO more upon the same ticket.
Mr. Sam 1 ostcr has purchased the
large band wairon which was hit hi the
hands of Mr. T. B. Ellis of thU city by
au impecunious circus company, and it
was to go to s-t. I.ouls hy the Belle Mem
phis last night. Messr-. Pooler, Hainble-
ton aiid.llniMoni-, wearotold, have late
ly emhRiked In an cntcrprl-o to be known
as the st. i.ouls ,v i-.uropean circus,
soon to be In working order, and hence
tho purcha-e of tho wagon. Thellr.-t
exhibition will lie given at St. Louis for
the benetlt of the grasshopper sutl'ercrs,
as that appears to liea drawing card in
the already great city.
Xew Orleans Time'. June 20: Hur
rah! for the Grand Lake Xo. 2 and the
barL'c line. The above named boat has
proven herself to be a lightning tow-boat
mid lis made the oulckest trill of tho sea-
miii by ull odd. hli! left St. l.ouUon
KW..JL. . ... J . '..., Hitlt1M1t'
Cairo on Tue-d.iy at C a. in., took on
board I'M tons ol freight and left Cairo at
1 p. m. the same day, ami arrived at Jvew
Orleans on Saturday, lOtli, at 2 p. in.,
only 5 days and 1 hour outfrom St. Loul-.
In the wav of dispatch that Is hard to
beat, mid shows that blood will tell. She
leaves on her return trip to-day, nt 12 m.,
mil will have In tow three freight barges
:ind one Ice barge.
The Great. Hepublie leaving l.it even
ing for St. Louis had a lair passenger
H-t. She had about 10l tons mi-cellane-ous
freight wii. n .-ho left the whart and
hail 100 barrels cement and ,"i0 boghead.
sugar to take on at the lower district.
-Billy Brown was not feelln" uulteas
well yesterday as it was hoped l.e would,
the extreme, heat Is severe on him : ho
will make the venture, to-day, probably
to take the railroad fur a cooler climate.
HO ! FOR THE WOODS !
SAW M 3rd, 1875,
T. F. ECKERT,
For the Bonciltof tho
bist mm :mi
Tlie r.cnr-lon will cMetid t.) radiu-ali, Imt
I 'CaUII Till plcnln xiiiliuili will l wleelnl nbovii
I'uliHlonlt, wlirn- tlmie wlio dwlre a rnmp In thu
vvihhI. nriy enjoy ItiuiiMrWe until the leluru
of Hit- hunt I i' pnblle nru eanieslly InvileJ lu
'JjVSI'ATK ir Thonusl;. SulllraA, ileeniicd.
.11; 'the iMulrrii','niil Ii.irln2 Ixin aiqwiiuteU.
inlniliiMlr.it. .r of tln-obite of Ihmnas V. Millt
taii, late of llii- county of Alexander nnd Stale of
Illinois, itwi-.iil, lii-reliy plies nollcr that he
will npnr liefiire the county court of Alexau
ilvr county, at Ihevourt hoe In Cairo, at tho
Inly term, on the frromt Mori'lsy in .Inly next,
nt wlilrti time all (icr-ons luvlti? rlahiis ukuIikc
said otatuarc nolilk! nnd reiiurtrit to iittrniA
I'or the purporeot'liariui,- thu suiiiealju.slnl. .Ml
Versons Inoelilisl to said cute are rrHCtcil til
in.lKC lininmiiiu-pi iii'"iii in inu uuiwi-iiinvk.
lialil llil-isi nay or .nay, . i
M. .1. JlrUAl f.HV, Admlnl-lnitor.
the city ot
St Clair ami
Meeting of tho Stockholders
Cairo & St. Louin Railroad Company.
Orill.ll. notice h hereby Riven that there will
.1 he held a ini tin or the MorUioldtM ol the
Culm .V. SI 1iuln llauioail coiiijuiiiy,
Hallnn hotl.iuor sain eminy, in
Last St. JM. in llieeouuiy oi
Male or Illinois, on
.Mommy isie i-Mii mi m jum-. ..
at the liuurs of eleven o'clock a til-, for tho tior-
iio.eoruii'nauii mere eu'rnn vy mo wi
lioldera seven illnttors for Mihl eomuny lor tho
enMtlnK Jnr, and then and thf re tlTinwtinK
surh othir InitllieM uiiiiertidnlim to i-uld coiu
iiany as shall come liore M nieetliiK
A mil uttendanre or all tho atocLlioliIrri lu
al'V ciitmmny l tiijiw-MmI ami mnrll dwlrinl .
- iiii'rrSiin-Tmri nsr orjriij-, isr.t.
H. V. SMITIIKIh.
II . It. l'AYON,
;. .1. CA.VDA.
. S MIAItl.S.
a-.st i. it n c.
, llctnisltory ot I'iimIiIoii. 1'lensitr
Will J)i:i,Ai!i.Mi:iT, ltl i:n Ut uniT, (
I lines-.'. Ist'i i
srATlON'S. LOW WAIKH. -"""
rr. tx. it ! in.
liitsiiuiT: a a -., 'i
Cineliinatl 17 'l
IauUvIIIp ' s xl 5
ht. IaiiiIs :a -a- f
Arlington Ice Cream Saloon, T. B. Ki
lls, proprietor, at tho Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh, Is now open.
Tlio most delicious Ice Cream always on
hand. Families supplied with any (plan
tlty, and at reasonable prices. lM8-tf.
I'jLSKNEH at Louis Herbert's.
Jim Flsk, I'aducah ; Chu. .Morgan,
Ohio river; Thomion Dean, Ciieat He
publie, Capitol City, South ; Belle Shrcve
port, Ste. (.lencvlcve, St. Louis,
mvr.ii a.m wnA'riir.it.
Tho river at dark was 2:1 feet II Inches
on tho gauge, having rUen 12 inches
during the previous 21 hours. A tre
mendous ralu storm pas-ed over the Mis
sourlaud Mlssis.lppi river. Sunday night,
and an unprecedented swell Is reported
at St Louis. Tlie Ohio and tributaries
are also reported .swelling. The weather
was clear and very hot yc.terday. At II
o'clock lu the afternoon the mercury on
the whaiihoat Indicated 100 degrees lu
Tho Falls Pilot Is up the Ohio pick
ing up a tow for .Memphis.
Tlie Hobt. Mitchell left XeW Orleans
Monday for Cincinnati with a good trip
ot freight and people.
Capt. Hen F. F.gau has opened a
steamboat agency at Xashville, and Isne
entbithiL' for Lord I'.ilinciston'.s white
Capt. W. A. Lowth and daughter,
accompanied liyMi-s AlleoHalllday,vvere
pas-eugers by the I'M." I'or Metropolis
Col. Heardoii Miccecilcd iu giving tlie
Atlantic 102 ton on Mond.iy,wiilch tilled
uut her two barges, and sent her on her
way to Xew Orleans rejoicing.
J. A. Jones, local agent ol tho Cairo
A Vlneeimes railroad and Star Union
Hue, after a .stay of year with us, pro
poses to change his base and engage hi
business lu tho State of Connecticut. Mr.
Charles Ashley Is to fiiecoed him, wo be
lieve, In the local agency of tho O. & V.
Tho Grand Lake Xo. 2 went Into
Xew Orleans with two barges containing
a cargo or 21,135 package's, consisting hi
part, of sacks oats, 3,020 sacks corn,
,W Hucksbran, 1,010 bales hay, 1,22$
For Pnduoah, Eynnsvillo, Louis
villo and Cincinnati.
'I he KleiMiil I'lUM-ager ."tinnier
J. D. PARKER,
It V. WiE - .MMtir.
I .VI.Kklsoi: Clerk.
I.ran on J-'lil DAY morning at 10 o'clock te-rl-ely.
for fivliht or asnpe apjily on boanl oral
either nliaif-lio.it. n-SI-Xt
Monday, July 5th.
Tho Wnirnlllooiit lixuuralon Stoamov
i.-oticks or iiit: l-uesd.
The itazarls edited with contrihiitlou
of tact and talent that wo seldom Ihid Inuuy
Journal; and the journal Itself Is the otgnn
oi mo grcai worm oi lasmon. itosmit nav-
The ll.i.ar conniicndsltselt toevcry lnem
ber of the household to tho children by
drotl and pretty pleiures, to the youug la
dles hy lis laplilou.platcs In endlets variety,
to the provident matron by Its patterns lor
the children's el itues, to paterfamilias by
Its ta.toful dclgns for embroidered sllppcra
and luxurious droning ftowus. Hut tho
reading matter of llm ttazar Uunlforu.ly' ol
great exeellenco. '1 lie paiitrUis aciiulred
a W lull rwijiuuril) Iiiriue uridine uujoj uicuk
it nflords. N. Y.Kvenlnjr l'Oft.
Jlnrper's Bazar, ono ycar....?t 00
J'our dollars includes prepayment ot U
S. potagu by tlio (iulillhers.
5liljiMltlor.H to ll.ir;ier's iiaalnf,
'NVccklv, and Bazar, to one address for una
ycir, $'10 00; or two of Harper's J'eriodl
cals, to one addms fjr ouu. year, $7 00;
An extra copy of either the Migszlne,
Weekly, or Bazar will on ruppllcd gratti
for every ehib of tlvo aulicribers at 1 00
each, In ono remittance) or, six; copies for
20 00 without extra copy ; postage lice,
Hack numbers can be supplied at any
Tho seven volumes of Harper' Bazar, for
tho years IMS. , 'TO, '7t, '72, '73, '71, ele
cuntly bound lu green moroeco cloth, wUl
tin sout by express, freight prepaid, lor
i?7 00 each,
537Xowfcpapcr aro not to copy this ad
vertisement without thu exprcs outcrn of
Harper A Brothers. ,
Addics llABlM':it& JiitOTJJXItS, N. Y.
. Ma,ti r
Will lake out a jmiml piculo parly
or.liilv. whleh will Iwso armnxwl as lo tirniln-
hIh In u .VIoonlhrht i:vcurlini III" eXi-ursiou
H iiuunei e.iri'3iy lor inu youuK yxiimeei
iiii?,'ii'. mil i irui ii iiiii-iw u in i", rr, iiiiui: iiiiv--.-
arj to m ike Hie invasion tnjoyublo will h nro
Pnrrei tiit D.illvbvK. M. Sliains, riiluuil&Iuii
luerruioiii evu'i.iry 111 inu viiiio noaei oi
Flour, nccoi'dlnir hi Krade
Colli, IIUM-II, WWU
uorii, wniie, uii.i i
Oku), mixed --..
Itniii, n.r ton
Meal, bIi'.iiu diletl ,
Itiltler, i holi-e Ninlllrll)
ltiitter,rliolee Southern III
Chickens, iMritor.en...... i
iirivi jo, IVI lUVll
rotatoes, i r barrel
t hfrrk'.s- , .,
Alluriiey at Itur.
OV'l'lC'B: Klr'hlli Strut, lwlwetn Comraer
elal mid Wasfelrujlou avrmiei.
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attoriuiy ar JLww,
Ot'KlCUi Ohio Ia-vw, over room formerl f
oeeunlut hy t'irt Katloiuil Uauk,
Attorney and CoanHflont
i v$7 no
Oll'IUKt Ohio Uti rnotnt 7 and 8
City .National Kant,- ,
William It Orwn. 1 "
JVIIllam Glliwft. CVino. IU4NOI3.
Milisd lnrU Glllwrt. )
, tCSSl fal attention Klvert 'tr; Admiralty ad