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flttclr) .foll.1 II (liHSMAS, N 111,
1AIIIO KNCAMI'MKSI-, I O, O. t'., lutein
Vln Old l-cllovi' Hull iii the llr-l and llili.l
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Mulil li-Kiibr coinuiutilculloiirf In Ma
7tJK (tonic Hall, corner Commercial amine
' 'awl 1-Ulilli ittwt, on Hi nt'ond an.
ci lu .Monday of mcli Miuntli
Until lliil I h ofl'very lit si rlilloii
ieii mux-rn.M:.i:it-ii i.miu ii.
I'Iiiki I'riill Juts,
nt 7.1 cents per iIo7.cu ; rill the latest styles
in jelly flat. Senlint.' wnx In largo mid
small f (iiunt lti-". nt I'.in'l I l:trt 111:1110
corner Sixth street.
PJLSKNKI. nt Louis llirlioif-t.
lift Hit lli-il.
Dr. Sf tli Arnold's Cough Klller-tlii'
Teat cradletttor lor nil ItniK ilbc-ases a m
perior remedy to all other niPtllrliict jet
ll-covi-rcd, In i-overu ease. II In a Min
illl ami perfectly safe remedy tftr
( oti'lu, colli , or ll)iot, whooplngcougl
roup, ami all dlu-ae of the tliroat ami
King-. Ketail price, V anil Ml cents anil jl.
Any Ifottlt- tint 'docs nut she relief may be
retnrneil, and the money will be refiitnlcil.
Dr. .Si tli Arnold's Dl.irrtm-.i llnUtm i'mnil
.V) cents, licmemhcr It Is warranted. Ar
110MV llll Ions Maiidral.u PUN, operating
wl'hout lckru;s and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Setli Arnold'" Medical Corporal! in,
Woonockct, It. I. Sold by Paul (i.sclmli,
drultt, Cairo, Hi. .Yj..'j.1.am,
tkifh'IT.l.'OJ::i .. iV'ii'..Mi4rr
tmff nl JatthtVn,
(ienuinp C iD(src .Spring water 111 bot
tler, Wept on Ico and told lor 10 cent" per
I'laM, 'JO cent" por bottle, and per doen,
at the follow Iiik places . Phil. Saup's Con
fectionery ; McCtaulcy'v and Sehuh'i- Drtli;
tores, and l.'iul. Herberts Itoi-tauraut.
The Saratoga Censr- Sprint' Water Is
put up and (old In bottle only, to Insure Its
orlylral Mrcinctu and medicinal properties.
llf-rlierl Uhh I'l l.SD.V t:it.
Arlington Ice Crtani SibMinr. I!. i:i
11, proprietor, nt tin- Arlington foiie.
on C'oiniiieriliil nveiitu', iMt.vitu
.Sixth Mini Seventh, U now open.
The inoitilelleloiii ki- Civniu hvay on
Ji.iml. Kanilllv .Miiplieil with any rjii:iti
tlty, :inU at rwfionnble price.. (!-lP-tf.
lajrltli,' ix'iiiictloii in prlcj'i nl i-'ikiiiit
l)ustori, at .Schuh tlm-istori'.
A cottage on Thirteenth treet. between
Wndhliifrton aennc ami Walnut tn-et.
i;-l.'l.t(. Apply to Dit. Smith.
Tbrro Urge and cry denrable family
room, Iroutlng on the Ohio, at the St.
Charles Hotel, can be bud, with hotrd, at
veiy reaonablo ratei during the Mimmer
inonths. Abundaiice 0' pure ulr and per-
lect ventilation. T-IO-lf.
tin ut:i! her !Iit.
Landlords ot botela and bo.irdlnj; hoii-t;-wlll
timllt to their sdvatiUu'c to call upon
Mr?. Coleman, Laundre-n, No 1'J Kouilb
ttreel, betwevn Wakblnu'ton aud Comraer
tlul nveniic. Hotel aud hoarillnlioutc
wasblnv, T.'ieent.'pcrdocn. K01 piecework
prices are a follnv: Single cblrt and col
lar, 10o: per iloi'cii 0e; ocV fc; two col
lars f'C; two liaiulkercbleln, 5c; Tct'i 'JOc;
and all Kentlemcn'a wear, tflc. jter
dozen. l.aillc" dreeH, ."i 10 Mic;
hklrtalO to 'JOc; drawnrit 10 to lac; two
pair here fioj two collar.-) ft to 10c. Kor la
illos' plainclothes it 00 per ilozeu; lor la
Vllcit liuu clothcH, $1 per doeuj done
ilouiptly, and promplU delhered. I'.i
tlo IOl l.iililt llerl.erl-- for I'll.Si:.
II Ih Cel)Hs
to altcuipt to clcan-e a Mream while the
tountaln K Impure. Dy.pepla, eomplatiit'
of the liver and Kidney.', eruption of the
skin, herulllla, headache , and b It dl-cu-cn
ariiu)j from Impuio blood, are at once re
moved by Dr. Wall.er'H Ciilllnnda Vine
gar Illtturx, tbo ).'ieat and Infallible putiller
of the blood, and renovator of the. .-yIom.
It has never been known to fall, provided
the patient bad not delayed ulii(- it unlil
the vitality ol bis hytfin wan too farfpnie.
'lieiiief Than liver linoviii llelure.
.MnvonV Self.Sealin Krult .larsal .fl .'.()
lienloyen. I'Alra ruliber.s for Maf-on'-i
Fruit .lar-i, at Daniel llitrtinan'''. corner
Wtli sUvoU ll-'-'.Vll
Nollee ol' Itemoviil.
The well-known barber shop, corner
I'igbth and Comuiereial, pre-ldrd ovjf by
the popular arti-t, (icor'e .Stelnhoiuo, has
removed one donr north 011 Commcre.'.al, in
.he (iraud (k'litral Hotel. The new shop Is
.argft and commodious, aud those wlxhing'
lor anyihlng artlstle lu tbo way of fahlon
vblo hair cutting, smooth -have, etc., will
.to well to call nt the tliand Central llaibcr
At the lli'i. 1,1:1 in bindery IS iiiuiilier.-',
bound In two volumes, lull kIU nior
iocto; coft 1 ; for sahs nt 10.
teir-X llaff stock cnvelopi!,"' at the Ht'i.
i.Kiixolllee, Sit 25 per M.
WSr The Ubmtcd SchUirIlL V
HKK JIHKIt nt JutcktV.
Wo will take, at the St. Charles Hotel,
durini,' thoMimmornionth!,SOily busrilcrv,
at W per month, and ISO boarder with cool,
pleasant rooms 011 tho upper lloor, at i'M
per month. At thU extremely low rate,
none but promptly paying bnardern will bo
uecoptcd. Jkwhtt Wii.cox .t Co.,
ffl"XX Womlntoe'- envelopes at tho
IIuixktin olHtv. S: 00 per 1.
jTlw llncst nrtlrin of Salmi Oil at
si NIAV, ill'l, '.'.", I87i1
I.0111I Heiiihei- Hijiiirl.
lAllio, 1 1.1. , July iM, s7.",.
7 11 111
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I IIO.MAH JONF.S, Si-rgt. S. S., I', fl. A.
I'toi: Alvolil returned I10111 lih Irlp ti
l.oulvllh' on yolonlay.
4'lintiKe of Time.
The l'.pre?s- train Hint has Ixi-n hviy-
Injc Cairo at 5i:30 p. in. will, on anil ullfr
to-day, litivcitt UilS p. 111.
('oltai' loruierly oeenpled hv .Mi
Knnibobl, on 1 Ifteoiith street, lielween
Oil.iraml Walnut. l'ii(ulrcol'A..laxkeJ,
I halia nloon, oppoltp Ilnlletln olllw.
Whlteainp A. .Sehustcr, pemlliiK the ae
lion ofthc Counell on their suspension.
liao acr'iteil leinjiorary poslliotis with
hb-iHian Voeiiin In the Ico biishie.
Mr. .Inn. T. lienulclias lieen conllneil
to his lioii-e by Meknes for two or thice
tlaj s past, (. ;it. iiea...l ( know that
not daiiu'eroiH, and ho oxpoets o bo
out lu ;i day or two.
I'iohi private IiitolllL'enic
that Chlel of Pollen
xpeetsto havo hN bu-ine.-
iners eiiciis niraii-'eil -ati-faetorllv hv
Momhy inornhiK, when ho will start
iininedlately lor home.
42 runt ii.
'In- eouneil 011 I'rhlay iii"ht t'avo pei-
inls-Ion to Malliilay Itrolhoi Mo lay down
anil oiH-i-ate a swileh to eoniieet with the
Cairo "-'levator Comnanv ImlhlhiL' In
whlcli they havo lately Martoil a stavo
:md barrel laetory.
The engineer ot the VJ, on the Narrow
iatif,'o, was shot by an unknown porfon
last night, about !) o'cloek. Tho hall en-
tertil hi- lell breast, anil rauio out be
hilltl. Wo coilhl learn 110 o.-irlleiilnr.-.
I'ho man wa.S -till alive at l:it aceonnu.
F10111 .tailor .MeC'arthv wo learn that
theio is not a .ii"lo prisoner In tho citv
jail, and that there has not been a eom-
mlttal since tho loth Inst. This speaks
well for tho morals of our city, although
.u.il. -aj. sin. n-Nil t intleh liionev In It
W.j ni.tleeil yesterday at tin: Illinois
Olltr.ll K. It. depot, u Utirmun irom New
Orleans, who hail In 0110 lariro cage not
lo.s than two hundred young mocking
bird-. Hois on his wav to InUiauanolU.
wheiv he states there I- always an excel
lent demand for them.
ibrco of painters from Chicago, un
der tho employ of the 1. tj. II. It. Co.,
aieat preiont engaged lu painting the
ireight depot of tho IIII110U Central ami
.Ml-Uspii Central railroads, and nho
tho Illinois Central wharf-boat anil tho
bed ii-wl lor the transfer ol
Iti:i:it at CharU-
Charles SWioentni-yor, of the Oermnnia
house, has just noeived a fre-h supply
ot this celebrated beer, anil will havo tho
same on tap daily. Having n neat, cool
and pleasant room, no bettor place than
his can be found in Cairo to enjoy this
'I'ho council, at a sjiecial meeting held
on Friday nigh, appointed Alderman
Hlttcnhotisc as, Mayor pro Ion, to act dur
ing tho nh-enco of Mayor Winter. The
.selection Is a good 0110, and wo arc conll
dent that tho allalr- ol the city will, tin
der Mayor Kllteuhoiiso, bo conducted ju-
illeiouly and wisely during t ho absence of
I'llllerlll .Vol let-.
1 lied, 011 Friday afternoon, Willie A.,
sou of W. A. and Abblo M. Sloo, aged
eighteen months. Funeral service, at
tlio resilience on Washington avenue,
near corner ot Seventh street, Sunday
morning at ! o'clock. Train will leave
fool of Sixth street for lteech lirove
Cemetery at 10 o'clock.
Cnpr. Win. Ilambleton, of .Mound
City, oho of Hit! principal stockholders,
and ring master, wo believe, of tliofiroat
1 '-rope-in .St. I.011U circus, wn hi the
city yesterday, on hti-lness connected
Willi that mammoth combination,
.1. 1,. Hinckley. Hsij., (ien'l Supt.
Cairo & St. l.ouis Narrow Gauge, was in
tho city yesterday, on business connected
with his road.
Tllosi. 4'iU s.
The .shipment of nine "genuine Brazil
ian cats," lately made by Jim Murrls and
Clerk Dean of tlm St. Charles, to .S. S.
Foster, manager of tho great IT-rop-ln
circus at St. l.uiiN, gave such mil
versal satisfaction that .Manager Foster
mado a special trip down hero to obtain
more. Ho will also, while here, negotl
ato for tlm piircliaso ot that educated hog
which is tinder the control of Ferry
The game ol huso ball between tho
Idlewihl club of I'niliicah and tho Cairo
hoys, came oil' yesterday, and resulted In
a victory for tho Idlewllds, they having
"Maxell" tho Cairo club badly. Tho
Cairo boys, i-lneo their victory at Mtir
physhoro, thought they could "get
away" with any club around here, hut
since their defeat'yestcnlay, wo presuuii)
they will keep a llttlu quint about base
ball for miiiic time tocoiue.
Chas. .Schoenmeyer has that No.
-I'lLSUNKIt-always 011 hand.
1Ib J 'I in Wish Vti..
w i ! ;i CuinT 11
W.0J4 n ); 4
iViiteiiky raoiiilup- a younif oalorcJ
man immcd Uavo Tyler, while a wiul.
Iiijj the lopo of Iho Uvee at 'J'welllli
Blrccl, seated on a load of coidwood
drawn by n sjian of horses, lost his bal
ance and loll directly under tho wagon,
in jikIi a po'itloii mat two of tho wheels
pasted over.hh legs, but Mrnnge to uay be
yond a few brui'os ho sustained no Feiiou
Injury. Ho wns taken up ami carried
homo mnla doctor called in, who pro
nounced the Injuries not nt all serious,
although it will bo a week or ten days
bcfoie ho can get out.
Two lair damn-Is of color, by the
names of Kmuia Allen and Harriet Ho
llow, got Into a fiui yesterday 011 ac
count of a gentleman ol color who had
been paying attention to both of thcni.
They bit, scratched, pulled hair, and
punched oarh other until separated by
the timely arilval of an olllcer, who took
them both before F.-ip lllrd, who, after
henrinjr tho evidence, assessed a lino ol
SB and costs iigaln-t Allen and dls
ehargvjl DelJow. Wo arrived nt the
conn room vvniio tbo trial was lu pro
gross, and the appearance of tho combat
ant- wa ludicrous in the extreme.
Their drees were torn, faces "bunged
up," hair all awry, and, taken altogether,
they pieenteil a sorry appearance.
Ill tliN city, on Friday afternoon nt II
o clock, of convulsion", lllle, son of
Mr. and Mrs. AI.. Sloo, aged 1!) months.
Little Willie was a most Interesting and
loyeahlu child, the prido and joy of his
parents, and hi death will leave a void
In their hearts, which will take long years
to llll. His death was very sudden, as ho
had only l.-en ailing since Tuesday morn
ing. Mr-. Sloo was absent at Hot
.Springs, and was untitled by flgraph of
her son's Illness on Friday, but was una
ble to roach hero before his death.
Wo sincerely sympathize with tho pa
rents, and trust that time, tho healer of
dl sorrows, will assuage their grief: es
pecially when they know that in that
bright world to which little Willie's soul
has winged it- Might, ho Is much better
oil than in this world of C-Ul. and trou
ble. Vri' C10 to ('ha-. .Schoenuievcr's
your ice-cold 1'II.SKNKIS. 7-2.lw.
I III- 4'airo A SI I. mils
It has lx.-n sug c-ted that a meeting
of the citizens bo called for tho purpose
ol discussing the matter of the surren
der of the stock owned by the city in the
Cairo .V St. I.oill- railroad cnmti.-tnv. In
- , ,t. ,
the contractors, the consideration there
for bchit: the location and maintenance
of said company's machine shop- in our
city. 'I'ho sti"-'ctioii I- a "ood one. anil
wo are in favor of it. for wo are e-iti-tkil
that fully iiine-toiitlu of our citizens are
In favor ot such a transfer, and by e-
pic-.liitf Hi. Ii- u I. lies at a llleetillL' of Ibis
kind. It would certainlyiiiduco tiic cn......
11 to do something definite ill the premi
es. The stock owned by the citv U but
"a drop In tbo bucket," niul even If vc
kept It, we could never have any weight
lu any of the councils of tlie company,
and as It will be worthless lor years, wc
do not sec what the citv would -j-aln by
Jlu i-iie I til ii 1 11 .
It will bo seen, by a notice published
cl-ewlicre In this issue of the Hi'i.i.ktin.
that Mr. 1'. A. Uurnett. of this establish
ment, business manager, itc., was mar
ried at bt. f.ouls, on .Monday, .July .1th.
to Miss Maria I. Lemon. This fact was
unknown to us until last Friday, ami wo
now take tlie llrst opportunity available
to congratulate ourself and patrons on
the happening of this auspicious event.
We shall now oral least when tho ex
piration of tho honey moon has left him
ina frame of mind, fitted for serious
thought -bo enabled, probably, to induce
lii in lo come down from tho high moun
tain of (iusli and cast a prosalc-glance oc
casionally at stationery, types and ac
count books. Tho volume of lovo songs
that has engrossed his attention so close
ly may now bo replaced by Songs of La
bor. Wo hope those of Tribulation may
never havo any slgnlllcanec lo him.
We aio about to make a few remarks
In which will occur tho word "Louis."
Tlds must bo pronounced in the French
nianner I.-o-u-i-o or else llio beauty of
our .sentlmciil will ho lost. So hero
liurnett wont oil' to St. Louis,
And didn't jet on a big spree ;
Not to drink hut to. sue, ho
Went off to St. Louis
To tho future groat city went ho.
Strong drinks with our Kdward were
And ho took to himself Lemon-aid.
Lord, but wo are glad he Is married !
He was a trial to us. Hut now that Is
passed. After the honeymoon ho will
settle lo business, mid no longer wax his
Our Hurnett took the day on which
our National Indepenilanee was cele
brated, to surrender lils own. Foorfellovv,
wo commiserate him.
The Lonion-aid our Mr. Biirno't took
on tiin.itii, wo nope, may never sour on
him. 1'arilon the pun. We couldn't
We congratulate .Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
Uurnett. May they both live a thousand
years, happy in each others society, and
prosperous hi all the allalr.s ot life
A Uiipllnt Mectlnif-lloiiH) in Calr
Ioiin 11. Obuhlv, Ksij Dear Sir:
I The ideaot 11 Baptist meeting-house, lu
; this city, is not new to you. Kcpoatedly
i has It boon before yourself" and others.
1 llow many times tho question has been
agitated : how many hopes Imvo been
horn only to be disappointed, Is not now
material, nor should such facts have any
bearing upon the present consideration
of tho subject.
I suppose It Is well understood (If not
It should lie) that never, till now, has the
denomination, through lis Statu organi
zation" Tho Uaptlst fJonend Assocla
Hon of Illinois" come upon the field,
with money In hand to aid such an enter-
prise. U has heforo tendered Its moral
support, and It would havo rejoiced In
the complete nucc'i ot'tiuv proper rij'oit
In thU direction hut It !'ni not regmded
IliPlf responsible fot any failure?, nor
ihoiihl It bo so-regarded.
The General Association Is now ready
to lend Its counsels, and, to some extent,
use Its means in general lo co-opei-ntu
with the denomination and its friends
hero, to secure this end, It Is not forget
ful ol r uber gratefully remembers the
expressed Interest felt by many of your
Pitlemlu this behalf. It will still be
lad and thankful to see the denomina
tion hero receiving their sympathy and
Two plans have been piopined. First,
to erect a house upon tho foundation
standing on Seventeenth street, between
ashlngton avenue and Walnut street,
or In fonie bettor location. Second, to
purchase tlie hoii'e now owned by the
Christian church. If tho latter Is adopt
ed that house will soon bo owned and oc
cupied by the Baptist church, If thofor-
iner,measures will bo taken to secure tho
erection of a house at an early day.
If a new house Is built every cltlcn,
dcsltlng the improvement of tlie city,
will be Interested. F.very 0110 will wish
to seen house meeting the demands 1
a cultured architectural taste. Such a
house, and only such, will bo ait orna
ment to tho city, ami at tho same time
tend to tho culture of tbo liner senti
ments whoso existence and develop
ment contribute o generously to the re
finement and elevation of society. Those
most Interested do not wMi to Tlx a spot,
a blemish, upon thy face of your city.
But what the liou-o will bo must depend
largely on what the citizens of Cairo
will do for lis erection. Tlie
denomination Joes not seek hii expen
sive house, ofel.ibor.ite style and finish,
but one that shall combine commodious-
ne.s.s, convenience, comfort, durability,
and yet not shock an elevated and chas
toned taste. We have no pride or am
bition to gratify. We only wish to pro
vide a place In which to worship Ood,
that Is becoming a christian age and na
tion, aud a city whose citizens have a
lively appreciation of tlie value of tho
.Superintendent of Mission.
Sherill lrvin anil family have gone
to L'uion county 011 .1 vi-lt to friends.
Mr. .I0I111T. Bemilo has been ,-ick
for .ome time. Sorry to hear this.
Then; will be tlie u-ual services at
the Church of th ltcdcemer to-day, at 11
a.m., and at S p.m. Sunday school at 0:'j
We iisi.-d to -ay: "It Is going to
rain;" now we say ; -'It is going to
sniiie. i;am ba- become tlie rule, .sun
shine the exception.
Our -weet little neighbor of the .Sun,
wants to "hear from the people about
this." Why. bless it, It is the ticople.
Let us therefore hear from It about this.
A severe attaek ol delinquent list
and eouneil proceeding; has alllicted our
-'"""""- some time ; but wo believe
they have at last H.-r...,,llillltiy m.OV(.mi.
Dr. Smith, who was verv i,.t. ft.-
several days, appeared 011 the streets
wear. Ho is able to atioml to business
H 0 regret to learn that the int.ua
sou of George ami F.lizabeth Lohr died
on Friday altemoon ami wa- burled yes.
tcrday. The parents iiavc the sympathy
of their many friends and acquaintances
in their bereavement.
Tho citizens of Sixth treet, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street,
want that portion of their street filled to
;rail "Interested, " In tin- Sun, ak
the council to gaze upon tbo street aud
see if It i not in a horrible condition.
-Marshal Williams is still ab-ent with
thceircus, and Mayor Winter j,as gone
to Itanium's hipnodrouic at St. Louis.
Wo have an amiisemeut-loviiiL' adminis
tration. It. suits us, and has furnished
strong evidence that the city can nm it-
Mayor Winter will bo absent for a
wed; or two, ami in tho meant hue Alder
man r.ittenhouso will run us as Acting
Mayor. -Mr. liittenhnuso wa our llrst
choice for Mayor, before Mr. Morris was
named for the olllee, and wo arc he
would make a verv good olllcer. Ho
would be careful ,,,u ty would
prosper in his hand.-.
Wo have no doubt a Baptll meeting
house will be built in Cairo, liov. 1. N.
Hobart, who has tho work In hand, will
make it a success. Tlie question whether
a new house shall be built or the Cauibell
Ito house purchased, referred to In Mr.
Hobart's communication, has boon de
termined. A now house will bo built,
the lecture room of which will be ready
for use till full.
-Hiiefuer and Herbert arc settlnir
night lunches, at 10 o'clock. Herbert
stolon march nu Huefner. and had his
night lunch running lorabout .; week be
t'oro Huefner knew anything about It;
but the maimer In which ho rang his boll
t-rlilay night, anil tno line lunch ho serv
ed, proved that he had been informed of
the flank movement of ids friend up
Sheriir lrvin has ordered some of our
colored citizens, who, being guperlluous,
live by theft, to take up their beds and
walk. S01110 are Koiug to obey the or
der; but a few want to see" the writ;
they have been told lliero must be a
writ, and they want to sou It every time.
But lrvin know s what card ho Is playing,
anil will not.inake a mlstako when ho at
tempts to pliiy trump. 'I'ho suit Is black
and the trump clubs.
Charles Thrupp, Ksq will oiler at
publlo auction, on Wednesday, ii.ltli of
August, next, all his property in Cairo
and surrounding country. His home
stead lu this city, a very lino properly,
will go with the balance, and all no
doubt at a bargain. The sale Is prelimi
nary lo his removal to a now house lu
some other part of the country. Sec ad
vertisement, nl .lohn (J. Illinium i Co ,
who will make the sale, lu another col
umn. Tho Uu Quoin Tribune Is agitated
about llallldny Bros,, and says : "It scorns
to us Ihr.t It wnuhlbco wise pbiulorllul-
lUlfty A Co, to open up tielr mlnM ntn
thli city, hutcnil ot allowing them to
stand Idle, and pmclmso coal from othei
niliici." Kxoctly. Tho Tnimne ought
to tell Capt. Halllday about It. Ho dou't
Know what would bn wi-o In his own
bllino.S half lie well iw the 7Vi7.ii ine,
One of the new and elej-aiit pa.en
ger coaches of the Cairo and .St. Louis
railroad, arrived In this city lu the Friday
afternoon train, Conductor Merryllchl in
charge, These coaches will hercalter be
run on all regular trains. They are lilted
with Buck's Patent llecllnlng Chairs,
are wider than those formerly In use,
are lighted and ventilated In the most
perfect manner, and unsurpassed hi lux
urlous ease and comfort. No extra
charge Is made for their uo. We predict
they will bo appreciated by the traveling
.Sherill' lrvin was called at oneo'elock
Friday night to quell a disturbance near
tho comer of Commercial avenue and
Twelfth street. Tho result was. that sev
eral "glided butterllies" and several male
cormorants Hew a wav from the city yes
terday. Tho shcrllf must bo careful.
These gilded lmttcril.es did not
Haunt upon tho streets. nml
therefore ought not to have
been disturbed. If Sherill' Irvhi persists
hi this course, ho will eome Into con-
met Willi .Mayor Winter. The M.ivor
circumvented a whole grand Jury in ft he.
imeresioi 1110 giuieil and lie can urcly
circumvent one sherill' in Iho. same Inter
est. Wo have a young man lu our em
ploy who is a dancer. When we rct tin
In the morning wo hear his feet healing
time in a jig 011 the sidewalk; tit noon wo
hear him "breaking down ;" In the even
lug lie Is still at the work; at inidniL-ht
he continues dancing, singing: "Oio Vir
ginia Never Tire." hi tho night time he
and the barking dogs of tho neighbor
hood throw us Into a high fever; and It
the news of Burnett's marriage had not
distracted our mind and quieted that
young man's feet for awhile ,we would
have gone out into the blue beyond, and
have boon at this time showing" our face
at a window of. some medium's cabinet.
The Costume Festival Tuesday oven
lug at the Hough and Heady building.
Delmonlco: Geo. Thomson, Can.
ton, Mi.s.; It. O. Davis, Charleston, Mo.:
A. L. Booker. ,luckou, Tenn.; .I110.
Hanahan, New Orleans ; 0. C. Langfoul,
Sandu.ky. 111.; I). F. Buck. .Jackson,
Tenn.; A. Arnout. Southern Kxpress
Company; K. 11. Kyan. Charleston, Mo.
Grand Central : I). .Stoddard,
Mound City; Win. H. Hooves. Birds
Point; B. 1!. Walker, New Orleans ; W
L. Marsh, Galesburg; A. Dauner, St
Louis; Dartuins. Memphis; L. C.
Atkinson. Torre Haute; Mrs. 'outflow,
Mount! City ; A. B. Alexander, C A V
H. 1!.; T.G. Dayi, Mattoou, Illinois.
Planters : Frank Jtosenthal, Phila
delphia ; V. P. Johnson, N. O., .St. L. A;
C. railroad; Charles SorJach, St. Lout
;u.r. .Murpnr, Cineiiimif: f,.,v linn.
icy ami 31. u. Dolan, Mo.: James Bris
thui, Columbus; M. F. Johnson, N. O..
St. L. & C. railroad ; A. W . King, M.
Dove and Charles Moore, C. & St. L. rail
road. St. Charles:!'. W. Deiiman, St.
i-ouis; .ias. v . AUeii, . c. u. ; l'.u
Cope, Streater, Illinois: W. L. Cope, Ot-
ttiniwa, Iowa; Miss s. Cope, Pennsylva
nia; A. J. Cajwl, Cincinnati; Chas.
Gargos, Cincinnati; H. .1. Goldberg, Cin
cinnati; J. L. Chapman, Chicago; Capt.
Geo. Pogrom, steamer James Howard;
II. J. Campbell. St. Louis; Herman
Isaacs, J. L. Hinckley, general superin
tendent C. it St. L. L J!., St. Louis; J.
A. Weutz, St. Louis; F.S. Carter, -Mound
City; J. Mabbcth Brown, Jackson, Mich.;
Jno. Sullivan, C. A V. It. JL; W. L.
Ilambleton. Mound City; S. S. Foster,
St. Louis. '
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in tbo Po-t Olllw at Cairo, Illinois, Satur
day. July 21, lb7.1.
Barlow N. L.
Coyno N. F.,
Clancy Ivate -V.,
Clark Mrs. B. F.,
Grayson M. C,
Smith II. 11.
0 K.NTf.KM I'.N S MSI'.
Dickinson A. B.
I'uicry L. W.
Hauso D. C,
Hlazelton W. A.,
Peters Carl, .1
Smith Kmauuel, -'I
Smltli J. N..
Thomas T. S..
Davis J. F..
Mulkoy W. C,
Overhy J. W.,
Smith J. L-.
Persons eallliig for thu above letters
will jile iso -ay 'Advertised.''
Gi:o. W. MoKkaiu, P. M.
Last Thursday eveuln-,', on Klglith
street, between Huiler's store aud circus
grounds, 11 lady's small amethyst breast
pin. The Under will bo rewarded by
icavlupr at Bui.i.r.Ttx olllee. 7-13-tf.
Oil t Nay t
Ain't those Flora del Fitma Clears uloo,
at Covvpertliwalt ,v Phillips'
MpJrlHl .Hciitlng rtiercof.
C'OU.NCll. C1IA.MI1KH, 1
Cviito, lM... duly 2:i, 1S7.1.
1 resent His Honor, Mayor Winter,
aud Aldermen Halllday, Lancaster, Nel-
lis, larker, Potior. Itlttcnhonce. Saiip,
OUJIXI UKNMtAI. lUMSKsl.
Tho committee on streets, t ..10,
was referred tho petition or Haliiday
Brothers, asking permission to lay a
side-track on Ohio Levee near the eleva
tor cornei of Fourteenth street, reported
upon samo, reccoininondlng the grant
ing ofthe prayer ofthc petitioners.
On motion of Alderman Itllteiihouso
said report was concurred in.
The ordinance committee reported the
loiiowiiig ordinance and on motion of
Alderman Patler Iho regular rule was
dispensed with andtlieordhiaiiooput up
on Its soond rending
He It .nnlaltii.il by the city council nf the city of
Hint Section Nu ft ,r nr,un,. v mi
' I I ft A t
"It has: not boon my nl
tow how I
an tus I've
how how to
noes this kind of niaiilll
(laytitno, but once in til
was through MrH. Hollll
as the medium. Tlicrol
present; somo fifteen tij
very distinctly ; several
to kick mo
llrs to finish
recognized as the rclati
tics jircscnt. TJ10 first
scmbles n white cloud
ami features bcoomo as
of Alderman Nell Is said
ordinance, was approved and adopted by
the following vote:
Aye Halllday, Lancaster, Nellis,
Parker. Patler, Hitteuhoiise, SaiiD. Thls-
Tho ordinance committee reported the
following ordinance, anil on motion of
Alderman ThttIewood tho regular rule
was dispensed with and the ordinance
put upon Its .second reading :
l.evvlnir nml ti-spsitnt- invi. !...ii... .1 ...... 1
cmllnir April :m, IkT'I. '
ot-11 oniaUHil uy the city couiicil of the citv of
KCTI1N 1 Thill tin- Mini il 1-..K1-.1I... .1
S.Sdll -InlllllD (Mil. Mil) Is h.-r..t- l.ill I
M-nl Tor rorionite imipodca, upon the real unit
ocmomil iron-ity w itlilu the city of Culm, sub
ject to luxation, 11 the name Is aa.esi for Male
,i'ii"i.t ciiriH)ta jur me curie lit yinr
Set! '-. I'ln; city clcrl of .ili city of Ciilni U
iiiTi'iij-i ii-ixici u iui- vviiii me county clerk of
Aivs.Hiiuercininiy, Illinois, 11 certltli-1 copy or
this onllnance on r heroic the. -vi-otul TiiVlnv
in Atiifitst, A 11, li-T..
sec. .1 M liciu-wr the county cleili or 9.1I1I
Alexiimlcr couutv has t-xti-nil.sl tin- .1.....
lev Hsl Tor the city ol" Cairo, 11)1011 tlie wuuty
collector1!! hook lor the current year, it shut! he
the duty ot the coiuptnilli-r (ur clerk) toniicertain
the exact amount of tax, so i-xtendeil, ami
cliarire tlie biiiiii- iiikiii his 1mm. k to i-iilil cnllis-..
lor, uim 10 rn-uii me fain collector wan me mini
or -inns he shall fiiun time to time pay to the
City 'lreuiirer on account or said tax; Provided,
the comptroller (or i h rl.) shall not cnslli Hip
said collector with any aluteiuenlnor forfeitures
01 Niniiav 1111111 nu-same nave uren e.xumluisl
nnilalloHisI by the city council, hut It ehall lie
the duly or the comptroller (or clerk) to obtain
irom tlie Mint collrclora Miitcmeiit ol any 111 m le
nient ami rorfeitni-cs nnd prcsciit the same lor
approval to the Utv Council
.-it, 4 It slLilllietlioliity of Ihcclly treasurer
w lieuev rr the County collector "hall from lime to
time jiay over lo ald tmisurer any city
lo iiiiiortlon and iippl
to the icveral fun-Is of the city in proportion to
their reapcctlvc amounts, iu
r in pi
ToAhe ircnend lntire.-t Tund i'i,T.Vi no
Ttlu- Fox Howard A Co. intere-tnmil !i,M0 00
Tfo the b-tiid reiltmptlon fuml.. a") eo
7V -t fund tor paying oiiMtaiiuinr iu-
1. .iilMfliid n .nss...........
-s."s,s.V:V':: ... II11..I alm.ll Mil III
rot.,.A f,ul 11,1.10 li
l.stlmate 'In cmpr uhulcini nts. for-
feltlllVi, ;J.c ,. , $ ,-.,000 (
S. sjI.'i.oOO IS)
I'roki.lisl, Thi any poitlou of Hit-Mini of
Siisi) above intendisl to cover Hlmtciuent, I'of-
tl tUle-. AC. U Cllllts'llsl. sliull I... 1,1 .ri.,1 In II...
I gen'-vnl fund .
Oil million t .V.U...,U IXuttMttV wild
ordinance was approved ami adopted by
tho following vote :
Ayes Halllday, Lancaster, Nellis,
Parker, Patier, l'ltleiihoue, Saup, This
tle wood Ji.
Proposals of W. II. Walkorand James
llyan for fiirnlhli)g gmycl for street,
was read, and on motion of Alderman
Halllday referred to street committee.
The Mayor nominated John M. I.an
dcii to revise and eodlfy.the ordinances as
provided tor by the charter, and lie was
ooulirmed by the following vote:
Ayes Halllday, Lancaster, Nellis,
Parker, Patler, lMtteuhouse, Saup and
The Mayor arose and -aid on account
of Important business ho was compelled
to go to , St. Louis and would therefore
ask the Council to select aMayorpro tern
to servo during his nbtonce.
On motion of Alderman Patler, Alder
man l'lttcnhousc was continued by the
tollowing vole :
Ayes Halllday, Lancaster, Nellis, Par
ker, Patier, Sanp and Thlstlewood 7.
On motion of Alderman Haliiday,
W.vi. Pii...ntii A.xi.kv,
Sioainer Jim Flsk. Padueah.
Belle ot Memphis, St. Louis.
City or Chester, Meiiiphls.
.Steamer Jim Flsk. Padueah.
" Belle of Memphis, Meinphl-.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" CJnind Lake No. 2, N. O.
Arkansas Belle, Kvaiivllle; A. J.
Baker and barges, Louisville; Grand
Tower, City of Vlckshurg, South ; James
Howard, Julia, St, Louis.
HIVKIl AND WEATlIlin.
Tlie river last evening was 10 foot 11
2-.1 Inches 011 the gauge, having' fallen 1
1-.1 Inches during the previous .1 hours.
Tho Ohio, from llvansvUln to Pittsburg,
Is swelling rapidly and from present In
dications tho entire eo-il licet will et
niii weather was clear for tlio most
imrt. and uretty hot. A llg'ht sprinkle of
rain fell In tho afternoon.
The ltobt. Mlichell coming from
NflwOrleiuUa0Rh,n Aml 80
pa!ngCrs,6nt, ct0ton( , .
,.o7l., n, 9, 1,,rn8'-h tTond on the
locks to he thoroughly overhauled, re
paired and rc-palntcd before, entering the
Cincinnati and Shawnoclown trade.
The floating docks which have lain
nt .Memphis lor eight years are to be
benched and burned when the river rails.
They formerly belonged to 'Captain W
Tho Idlewihl brought about 10 ex-
curtlorilsts from Padueah yesterday, she
wns detained by fog night before last, and
armed at Pnducah behind time, which
caused many who had Intended to conic
on tho trip to back out. She had an ex
cellent trip of freight Tor Panuoah, but
brought a light one to this port.
S. S. Foster, general manager of the
.'teat C-rope-ln combination, U in Illi
cit. v. 1 lo Is now engaged In getting up a
seal tor the concern In the form of a
rebus. It Is to havo the pictures of a
"owe," a "ropo aud an "Inn" above.
and the word "combination" below with
tho manager's name between. Cant.
ilambleton of Mound Citv Is fetthur It
"p. Ho Is an adept in the business. lie
Rot up a rebus for poor Johnny Pal ton
onco nml 8,"t " ''o'vu In 11 box. It was so
rius ,0 ,,fo,"nt-,n'l,cliudl.dHHiHheis.
nwl 11 "" Qlllt'
j '" '"'' Mominy. ,wy ztu, ut the
on ruin,, mm.i viiJM. rtV'i.- f ..."' ....."V.'.":".:.
I .iHtUCS lAOU'll. Ksii.. i,t SI '. I'.Ul'r V-nim... llll
linll V.. ...... .....ill
iM ton's pupi please copy.)
The City National Bank, for ten days,
will receive all pennies olU-red thein,'nt
.1 small discount. T-22-lw.
Try the Cluster Fine Cut w bolcstle and
re till at Covvpcrlliwiilt .tl,lilllips',l,;i! com
uiereial avemu'. T-20-lw
A fine Itesiili-iiri- for Nate or Itent.
Corner Holbrook avenue and Twenty
fouitli street Large yard and garden (ft
lots); plenty of fruit and shrubbery; ijood
stable and carriage home. Will sell on
very ca-y terms. The house contain ten
rooms. .f. If. I'liiLt.ti-.s.
GREAT BARGAINS !
GREAT BARGAINS !
As 1 am barrassetl to death from state
ments, Irom New York, 1 am compelled to
sell my entire stock of Clothing ut an bn-
merino siu-rltieo. IKK Wai.deh,
7-UI-tl. Corner Sixth and Ohio Levee.
Tho youti ladles of the church or the
Itedceuicr will give, on Tuesday evening
next, July 27th, a "Costume Festival," at
the Itouch and ltoady building. Among
other costume.', will bi (icorge and Martha
Waablnston (111 elegant dress), with tholr
attendants, who will resale their guests
with Ice Tea, Ice Cream, Lemonade and
all the delicacies nt tl.u teat 111. Come
one, come all. 7-22-td
S-DtlUioua CVLMHAC11ER i Jiek
rl'.,. The l'uion llenevolciit Annoi-lntliiii.
The union llcnevolent Asouftlon wishes
to Inform the public that it wis organized
September tlth, 1871, and begs: pardon for
co.HitiL- out at such a late date ; but ow
ing to the hard times wu have been de
layed. Wo are now happy lo announce,
that we have been successful ho far, and
ready at any lime for tlio aocepMnce ut
members or petition- for thu same. Thna
ot rueexVsif,VvViUy bcfor.i thu n-coix! Sat
urday hi each mouth. U-Al on Hi Hi street,
between Commercial and Wasblnuton avenue-.
II. Ttmm.K, Pre-blent,
P. Adams, Vice-rresWeni.
L. W. Hakek, Scaretarv.
Oil t Where
did you get that Havana Cigar? At C'ow
perthwalt A: Phillips' New Cigar More,
next to Taht-r Bros.
t3f(i lo JaeciCl's ami try hii HJtL
Crv'.', a delightful beeerate.
l I !.: .XIvK nl I.011I-1 llerberl'i.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men frcm tho ef.
fects of error- aud abuses In curly .'lie.
Manhood restored, impediments to mar
riage removed. Mew method ot treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks
and circulars sent tree, In scaled envelopes.
Aildrosi, HOWAltl) ASSOCIATION, 4l!
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, I'o.-aii Instl
tiillon having a high reputation for honor
at le conduct and professional skill.
Sole of Choice Real iUU.
rillli: iiiHliTblioied will oTer at pupllc unction
011 the prHnlnen,
011 WLiliiFsihiv-. Ainm-t
'ith. lH7n.tliriillovvlnic rut) mate to-vrltr Lot
No. 15 anrt HI In hloek So. 81, city of tulro, on
the lotilli side of KlKhlh ilnl letvveen Com
mercial and Wmhliiifiuii avenues, at im-wiit
iK-cuiilttt ly ("has. Webher uml knoiru as lln
1 1 -.i.i .,il. ...... A Iso tin-of lot IT HUdall
origin is. l!. an mill SI in lilock 'it. Ix-lnif the
icnidruie ol'C'li is. Thrupp, Ksit., sltuateil at the
souui-insi coiner 01 i-eveniu irei anu nan
Intiton avemu-. Alio lot 7 Mutt lu block '.s.
1st addition to tne cuy 01 i.airo, at rue corner or
Tu'entv-iiintli ntni-tanil Commercial avenues
both adove slls.' water. Also forty arret of tlm-
Ik-i- laud lu rulaskl (,), 111., one mile north ol
Villa Itldire and 011 the I. U. K.K AlsoSo
acres 01 land I'i nilltu mulli-we-tof C'litrlt-Bton,
310. , lu u Npieiimu larmintr country . rue auove
uopcriy, ill tueseiu iiwiusi uy i,iihs, inrupp,
i:n.. of Cairo, will lie uuld because Mr. Tlirupp
conic nildato leaving the city.
lerins ine-nau eusu. iiainiicv one aim ini
jeara, iweuiwl ny inongaiie. 'itties neci.
ror lliruui iiiuiriuauuil rw Hi9irn, ui i-
iily to 0. Tlirupp ov to
1 John- j. hahman aco.,
; '..-IU. ileal r.suiie.iKtnu.
. ,. l. .,.,1 j n
Hotice to Contrteton.
rji:AIj:itpropoaU will be rccclveil at 1 Iheor
."N r . Ilin I rti'i,riif
In Sprlnifflchl. until
nooiiofAUKUit 1Mb, lS7D,at Wlilili tlu jhey
will lie oin'licil, Hi tlie juvtelice 01 1110 ".-
for the eieclloii anil completion ol Ine
of the Illinois Southern flM (ox the Imiaae,
at Anna, Union county. 111'"'"-. , . ...
All b lit shall how ine esl nia 1 cost ofthe
m UeilaU to be nirai'l. and of the work 1
l" mVof euclulMCriptioa In UeUllii In thepe
clilcatloui andwli proiioe-J miut bewicoiu-
rit hi u : Iai H'nv m-etles. The ccefl Uld-di-i-
.hall i nspdivl to give a bond to a 'o
1 JoflliesialB In the sum or two hundnd Ihou
land dollar ror the fkltWu erformnf- of the
'I'll., l..nl r...rr... Ilia riifht H tfject
:,,i nd all l.uU. If dw111.1l fortbe Intenat ol the
tiiate to do so, , t
I'laru and .iwdtleattons will le on eshlUItlou
at the office of the commlulouerS, li A'i"
oratler.luIy.'3, 1-7.1. where a ropi ol U U
can IK! seen i ruii ; " ".r; - ih
neale.1 env elo-i.. endor-ct . "I'ropo'aU r ihe
election of rhes-outh Wlnir," and inW'f ' ''f
tl. e ' tloaisl ofComuilMloiier; for the"'';'0,0
the Southern IUU10U 1d. A.y un. r t-ov-cmor
.miv l". 1575. (VmmU.!o..ri.