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LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, t'alrn !(,
pulianj-e for St. I.ouia proerly.
The Miuth halt of tho "Pilot" lions at
Cottage on Sixth street hoar Wasli-)uj-ton
Cottage on Highlit street n"ar Wal
I twi lling, cor hit Twenty-fourth and
Flret floor of brick dwelling corner
, Xinetatntlt and PotilarMrci't.
Cottugc on Fourth Street, Ix tween
Commercial and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, westof Wnl
Cottage on Fourteenth stnet, west
4 Wuidiington avenue, $1 1
Saloon and fixture.-', oiithwi-t corn
er Eighteenth atrcet and Commercial
Wonne, at a bargain.
Cot tag on Twelfth street, west of
Jouimereiiil avenue, $10.
I) welling house on Cru street, we
of Washington avenue.
KuVmeos house on lvvee street, above
A good cottag'j on 'ivnitj-.iiilh
street, near Commercial avenue.
Wtore room on Conmiercial avenue,
ltxt to Wavei ly hotel. $10.
Cottage of 4 roowg on Twenty-third
street, $G. (iood yard and cUtcrii.
C-ood dwelling bonne on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Tweiity-th'rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
l'oj ilar street, $12 60.
btorc room adjoining above,
IIou.hc on Comuiercial avenue, near
l'Jth street. Suitablo for bnsiiiesa and
Tenements numbered 8 and 'J,
Wintera How. 5 roouu each for $10
kt month. Will be put in fln-t-cla.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
cemied Vy A. Halley.
Dwelling hour on Sixth Ktreet and
Ji'llerson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and preiui
c. 1'ent low, t a good ten -tut.
Store, room, corner Twenti tii and
Washington avenue. $12 a month.
Itiiomi in various iarts ot tht. city.
FOlt LF.ASK OK SALE.
Lands in tract to Milt, near Cairo,
The ratennim fourth. I lie lliber
nlnui to the I ront.
The citien' movement, inaugurated
for the purpose ol linking arrngeuiciits
to exh brate tiie Centennial Fourth ol
July, having tailed, and a later move
ment among the firemen of the city to
make, sucxes.-tul the fame ptn-jwi., hav
ing also failed, the tiR'inlx-lsol the Hi
bcriiian tire company, upon consultation,
determined to make arrangement them
iselve lor the proper celebration of the
.great day, and to invile the public of
: ait o and the surrounding country to
join wilh them in the patri
itie duty. They have aceoid
in'ly engaged Wa-hingtoii ball and
irden fur the occasion and will throw
lioth nen to the public night and day.
All the prominent brass and string bands
have U-en employed ; n grand prooi'-in,
patriotic in all its details, will le a di
I infill.-hiug leature of the event; the
immortal iKclaration ot ludrpendenee
will be i-d by the lion. John ll.OU ily
and nritiniH will tie deliver-l by lion.
U in. I Liit i II and other distingui lied
oiainrs, and lire works will
limke the hea vein bright ill
the litohl time with patriotic lire
F. very thing will lx- done to make the oc
casion a most gbitioiis one; and to this
end nil the eitiens of Cairo and of all
the towns and cities and count rv around
tiliout Ui In Illinois, Kentucky and Mis
souri, are asked to come in and give a
helping baud, liy order of the commit
tee. A. Sl-'ANKA,
.1. J. A.MIKKSON.
IlKMtY Stoi r.
M. .1. Howi.kv,
IVn, Alt ILu r..
Men' good suits only $.1.(10 at Solo
One hundred pairs ot line all wool
youths' and boys' punts of the latest
styles will be sold at a sacrifice ; aUo
eont and vests in proportion, at
So i omox I'akkiiia'k,
1 12 and HI Commercial avenue.
Ouly three dollars for a nice white
Marclllps suit, coat, pants and vct. A
line fcilk alpacii coat ouly 2.50. Jeans
pants only iS cents a pair, at
1 12 and 1 1 M ommercial avenue.
The chcaiicbt lot ot boots and shoes
ran always be found at Solomon Parel
ra's. A ladies' line eloth lace t-hoe, kil
front, ouly fl ; men's brotfan, only 1 ;
tneu's line boots only $2.50.
Flfy iloeu black fans from live
cents up to twenty-live cents for the best ;
also a nice parasol only twenty-tlve cents
U piece. Must be sold before the season
Is over, lllue and pink saah ribbons ouly
fifteen cents a yard, at Solomon Pa
relra's. Three pairs ladies' hose for twenty
the cent, three pairs childrens' hose
only twenty-live cents. Ladies' Morocco
sachels. only lifty cents, worth one dol
lar; and everything else in proportion
can always be found at Solomon I'arti-
.Ktna Flour Mill, Indianapolis, Indiana
3 run i feel buhrs, water power. Mill in
complete running order, liuildiug 15x45
feet, 4 stories and basement. Would
take as part pay mill in Souihet u Illinois
or Indiana. Small cash payment.
Address, Si i.livan & Cu t.
The undersigned is prepared to pump
iut and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices.
J. S. Uawki.vs,
2'kl and Cedar streets. Postoilleo box
Thirty thousand Just received ;at the
AXOI'K EM RUTH.
W are aiithorired to announce JOHN II.
KOHIN-ON M a randida e lor MiTi(of Alex
ander county, at the f-omina: county election.
We are Btithoriied to announce that It. A- Kit
munition It an Indeiwndent Itrpulilif.an candi
date lor Mii-riff, at the en-itiriK comity election.
We are itnthori-ed to announce I'M hit At'P,
for an Independent candidate for Sheriff of Al
exander county, at the ensuing county election.
itATF.H or ADvr.Riimsu.
t-All tillli for adTertiainf, arc due and pay
able Iff ADVANCB
Transient advertising will be Inserted at the
rate of (1 ) ier square fur the flrst Insertion
and 50 cent for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will lie made on standing ami diepl
Kor Inserting Funeral notice 1 " Notice ol
meeting of societies or Secret orders Ml ceutil for
Church, Koclcty, festival and Hup)K-r notices
will only be Inserted as advertisement
No advertisement will be received at less than
fin cetiU, und no advertisement will lie Inserted
for less than three dollar ier month
--- tAxtml Buaineea Notice, of
Jj ry ten line. or more, Inaortea
m1' in the Bulletin mm follow :
Commence Count inn at ten Lin a.
One Insertion per line Cent
TwcrtnaerUona per line 7 Cent
Three insertion per line 10 Cent
Six insertion per line - 15 Cent
Two week per line So Cent
One month per line ..35 Oents
No Reduction will be made in above
FKH'AY, Jt'XK 30, 1S7S.
l.ofail Wfalbrr Kepori.
Onto, III , Jum Itfio
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Wiwd. 1 Vl. 1 W KAIII
II w rain
i loie'y .
hrri:caiit. Signal Service. I'. b. A.
st iTs! 8t ir!
Itoys' suits at P. Heilbron's fur one
dollar and fifty cents a Milt only.
A gcod wah woman can llnd em
ploy in ent by apply li.jjui Hi j.i .i in idliit
Mut le a goxI washer.
1IIK BKSl I1UA1.1I
In the city can now b procured at the
St. Charles at the "bed rock" reduction
to ?2) per month. Try it and see for
To buy yourself a pair ot brogans at
05 cents, while they are so cheap, at P.
Heilbron's. liurge's olJ stand.
r ATTLK ! catti k! !
Parties havin; eattln to letd can pur
chase the ls.-tt of di.-tillery ship at the
t 'airo distillery, at five eents per barrel.
fi-2 Ww II. Seat i.i., Prop'r.
imiw i mi v ;.
in aiul alter .Inly 1st down gia-S the
price of day board during" liu: summer
mouths at the St. 4'harlcs hotel to $211
T month, to prompt paying liy
I. A I I Al.l..
Tills i the lat time any one will ever
lie invited to take day board at twenty
doll ar a month at the St. Charles so it
is but to improve the lime while you
have a chance. 0-25-."it
ROOMS TO P.E.N r.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms nud Summer kitchen ; alo
two rooms on same street. Apply at
K'ltallouse, Cairo. O l'S-tf.
lOt Kill OK Jt LV I.I.MON.
Just received and for sale a choice stock
of scli"ctcd and packed lemons, in lull
boxes, which I oiler at the lowest mark
et prices. S. K. Wilson,
-27-5t 3 Ohio levee.
Jl ST KKCT.IVKD
A large stock of boots and
shoes, llonts from $2 to $2 40 per pair,
and shoes from 25 cents to ?2. Don't
forget to call and examine them at P.
Heilbron's, llurger's old stand. 0-KMit
J. lit.OISiiK stkisiiohi:
on Liohth street, two doors from Alex
ander i ounty Dank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair eut or a smooth shave,
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
AT I UK ST. t'MAlil.KS 11(111. 1..
The day boarders at the St. Charles
recieves the same attention and service
for sixty-seven cents per day that the
trauclcnt guest pays two dollars and
twent-live cents for. It is well enough
for day boarders to remember this fact.
A HOrsKKKKl'UH says:""
Thj Charter Oak Cook Stove I bough,,
of you has proven all it was represented
and more, ami all we could wish in a
cook stove, bakes perfectly with less fuel
than any stove we have ever used, and is
the combination ot economy and dura
UIK KIXKST IS llll III Y.
The dining room at liie St. Charles
has no competition in the city tor si.',
ventilation and comfort. No Hies or
mosipuitos, while in the hottest days a
cool draught ot air sweeps through the
entire room. ti-25-5t
l-KSS THAN COST.
First-class board at second-class rates
at the St. Charles. The prices the pro
prietors propose to charge after tho 1st
of July, is lent than actual c(jt to them,
still it enables them to keep their table
up U a first-elASs standard for those who
( pay lull rates. C-2C5t
Oct ready lor the Fourth. Hni r41fc
alpaca conm at 2 25 anil line white
shirt from 75 cents to $1 50 at P. Hell
bron's corner nf Ninth street and Com
mercial avenue. 6-f.t4t
Kilt SAI I
At a bargain, a No. 1 top-buggy. Apply
to J KMV. JnilNHO,
Stone tcpot. '
Cairo, April 30. 170. lit
10 TIIK CKVTKNSIAI.,
Any day boarder at twenty dollars per
month at the St. Charles hotel, who is
not satisfied that lie relieves lull value
lor his money, wil' be purchased n
round trip ticket to the cnt innial to
AT $20 I'KK MONT li
Xone but prompt paying day boarders
will be received at the St. Charles, and
no deductions will lie made lor an ab
sence of less than one w eek at a time,
not then unless notice is left at the ofllee.
Twenty-live, lifty, seventy-live, one
hundred. ti more day boarders 'can le
accommollated In H.o uuui ud cmxiuua
dining room of the St. Charles and still
ample room left for all transient guests
who may conic to town. 0-20-51
Tt'KXKKs' KOl'KIH OK Jl I.V.
The Turners have arranged for a grand
Centennial Fourth of July celebration in
their garden, comer of Tenth trect and
Washiuglou avenue. The . gardcu will
be tittid up Willi artificial aliad trees,
and will he made the pleasaritest place
of amusement In the city. Everybody is
invited. : !. ! l-2S-fd
TIIK lilt A VrKST f'KI.KnilATlON" Ol" ALL
will take place at the new Turner hall
gulden. ' Concerts, na'tloiial games, danc
ing and refreshments ol all kinds. Arti
ficial shades, Chinese lanterns, decora
tions, and everybody made happy, are the
general features ot this happy Fourth of
duty with the Turners. Everybody
should attend and irive this society tin
encouragement it deserves. C-2S-td
TI.MK.AM MO.NfcV SAVKl).
It is lime an1 money well spent even
in the hottest day to go down to the St.
Charles and enjoy with comfort, a meal
in the spacious, cool and crzy dining
room, with plenty of fresh air, good at
tendants, and the tables supplied with
the best of every thing in the market.
Kedheifer's Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Egg Heater, sweet cream, custard.
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater of W4, and the btit ia f7i uorU.
For sale by Ciias. W. Henderson, general
dealer in stoves, tin and hollow ware
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois, y ' 0-27-1 m
Notice is hereby given that all hog
running at lsrge on and after the 1st day
ol July next, will be taken up and im"
pounded in the city pound.
John Co.ssua.v. City Marshal.
Caiiio. Ii.i... June 20, W0.
lKAIUIIl AMI ITMllVi.S.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
'ommercial avenue. No. is), below Sixth
afreet, may lie found a full assortment of
leather and liuding-; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made lxots and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., ot his
own make. Hoots ami shoes made to
order of first-class material and satisf'ac
tion guaranteed. 0-2t-tf
Having bought a largo -took of lire
works, tlags and Chinese lanterns, at a
low figure for eah, I oiler them at St.
Louis or Chicago prices. If you have
a price list of any dealer of fit her city, I
I will till your order for a $5 or $10 lot
at their price. You need uot send away
when you can get as cheap goods in your
own city. Phil. fl. Hirr,
Corner of Eighth street and Washington
KKOM CAIUO TO CHIl' Alio AMI KKTl'HX
KOK TKN' UOI.I.AKS.
The Cairo aud Vincenues railroad of
fer the following inducements to persons
desiring to visit Chicago : At Cairo they
will sell excursion tickets to Viuccnncs
and return, good from July 1st to the 7th,
for $4. At Yinccuncs the Evansvillu aud
Crawfordsville railroad will sell round
trip tickets to Chicago, good for same
time, tor $, making only $10 for w hole
trip. 0-27 -Ot
'Keep your vest on," and call at Louis
lilattau's, on Eight street. No. 23. It
matters not how hot you are, a glass ot
Louis' ice cold lager, will immediately
cool you oil ; aud his gram! jWe hot
lunch in the moruin;; at It, and cold lunch
at 7 p.m., is really too good to give
away. Yet, Louis invites his liieuds and
the public generally to come, eat, drink
and be merry. Don't forget the place,
Butchers' and Drovers' Exchange. o.
23 Eighth street, between Commercial
hud Washington avenue. 0-30-St
This popularsaloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, eholc liquors and the finest
t-riimls of cigars.
J-25-tf A. KiiAi s, Proprietor.
Linen liijiv, plate finish, litter undnoto
paper at the lk m.mtn ofllee. lllue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Taken up on Saturday, June 21th, n
cow aud call. Apply to J. II. Metcalf,
opposite the court house. 0-27 -3t
All lltpior dealers wUust licenses expire
July I, urn notified that liny iuut ne
new tiuudi ex filled Ud lilud in tliia ollieo
on or belore 'i'uekd&y, July 4tb, lo order
that the eount-il may like action theieon at
its first regular meeting in July.
Js. W. Skwart, City Clerk.
. .. 'rSl Rftftinrailnn Mr!-
He are auU.'or, wl ,,,:'t
wlllbcR;randl Inform l.'at-
llleation Meeting at th ' omi "
this city, on Saturday , T,,,n
S n'doek. Hon. W. J. Ah'" r
etnlntnt speakers w ill v. pre ',,t
dress the mef ting. Let every . in
favor ot true Kefonu rd opp
lladiial misrule, turn nut and ratify he
nomination ol the (Jrcat Mandard-Iiea.cr
of Kelorm and Honest tiovernmciit.
J0TTIKOS AB0UID TOWN.
A Inronnirierntely tUhel tip hy
the Uiillellii Hrler.
That portion of Washington avenue
above Twenty-Eighth street has been
greatly improved lately.
That was a big rain we had yester
day morning, aud the muddy streets the
remainder of the tav, were anything but
ploaenMt to p4i1l'trtaUS.
The gloiious Fourth draws nigh aud
anticipations ol a grand celebration run
high w ith our people. Th day will be
one long to be remembered. .
Horsemen are again agitating the
subject of a Iiore fair in Cairo, but they
have here to lore been so unsuccessful in
their eflorts to get up a meeting here,
that little hopes are eutej-tuiuod that they
will accomplish it this time.
Don't forget it. The Hiberu'taii Fire
company's grand pieuitS on the Fourth.
Sebei l's garden aud hall Is to be made
the very center of , ut traction on that
day, and the Hibernian's promise a day
of enjoyment such as has never, before
been atlorded the people of Cairo.
The city fathers will meet once more
in solemn conclave ou the night of the
Fourth of Julyi.No Jnore, however, are
anticipations ot a '"big row" entertained.
The days of tumult and discord between
our lionorablo mayor and ids subjects,
the aldermen, hive paved,' and aM is1
love, peace and harmony. 1
The owners ot hogs should boar in
mind that this is the last day that hogs
will be allowed to run at lurg about the
streets of Cairo. To-morrow, the llrt of
. , Ci.ief G asman will ? :!' o- .!, v':.Mi
bloiid in bis eye, to run ali ...;e, witli
o ji regrd to "n.ce, coler or previous
condition," into the pound.
The Pr.dticah excursion party, that
will come to Cairo on the Fourth, will be
accompanied by the I UewilJ base bail
club, we understand. They want a game
w itu Cairo b ill to-rs on tint day, but
w ill not get It, a? they have put ofl an
swering the challenge of our boys so
long thaUlhey have abandoned the idea
of organizing a club.
a-It is jiroouhle that the lion. William
J. Allen of Carbondale, will speak at the
grand Democratic ratification meeting
to-morrow night. The chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee, T. W.
ILilliday, having felegraphed him ar St.
Lonia, to honor us with hi-! presence on
that oceaMon, and give onr people hi
views on the questing of national im
portance at issue.
The principal event of yesterday
was the marriage .t Lx-City Treasurer
Illake to Miss Annie Philli. There
were a large number ot the intimate
friends and acrjuaintaiees of the bride
aud bridegroom In attendance at the
ceremony, which took place at the Pres
byterian church. A full ncenunt of the
wedding w ill be foil nl in another col
umn. The managers of the Cairo & Evans
ville packet company announce a gram
excursion to F.vansville, on the
steamer Arkansas Belle, commanded by
that veuteran tcamboitmnn, Capt. Hen.
Howard, on the Fourth of July. The
rates for the round trip are exceedingly
low, and parties wi.-hing to spend the
Fourth abroad cannot tlnd a better op
portunity for a pleasant Journey than
In the police courts there was very
little of importance done. The only vic
tim was a colored gentleman named
Clem Young, not an entire stranger to
the people in the habit of perusing police
news publi.-lied iu tin Hi li ktix. Mr.
Clem had some difficulty with a colored
jady, and indulged in language iu ex
pressing his opinion of her that grated
harshly upon her highly cultivated car,
and ue forthwith lid hiui arrested. He
stood trial before his honor, Judge Hird,
who imposed a line of five dollars and
costs against him. and turned hhuover to
the tender care ot J idler Jim Carroll, for
safe ket Jiliifi-
The new of the nomination of Gov.
Til.leu, of New ork, by the St. Louis
convention, imparted to the people
through the H ri i ktix yestenlay morn
ing, was received with the greatest en
thusiasm. Hut wnen the tidings came that
Mr. Hendricks, of Indiana, had beeu
chosen vice-president, then indeed, were
the hearts of the Ieir.oirats made glad.
Tliir, says everybody, is the strongest
ticket put before the ja-ople of the Vnited
States since the great race of the noted
heroes Stephen A. IKmglasand Abraham
Lincoln, ami with Tiideu and lleudrieks
a their standard-bean rs, the grand old
Democracy ol the days of yore, will once
more come to the front and rescti" ibo
... ....fiy from tht) dark pit i ito il h
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1US lUiM U MUU'-T Ull UUlllll'l ! - 'I l llll'
TbeU"I " If" lauiialH RiUI
rwna t latislsed. -
Tin' new cable yf the Iron Mountain
railrotd, from their station at Hlrd's
jMint, to this city, laid at a cost of seven
thousand dollars, has been completed and
is now In order for operation. The office
Is la the depot of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain arid Southern road.
-M" rl.a-e ef tt lll, Trexaurrr
B. r. Mlnke. Aa.l Anmir
Ths Ceremony-Lilt of PrtMBti, Etc.
The marriag.- of Kx-t ity Treasurer
HyronF.HIake and Miss Annie Pbillia,
daitghferof Captain John nr Philils, nf
this city, took place at the Presbyterian
church yesterday between the hours of
twelve and one o'clock.
At fifteen minutes past twelve the
church organ beg?n playing a weddins
march, and tho procession entered. A
few feet In advance nf the ushers. Mr.
John Aithornc and William Ttolihim
littlo Maggie George, daughter nf
Itev. B. Y. George, nroceeded li tlm
lle to the alter, strewing white flowers
and roses. The wedding party consis ted
ol Mr. James Phlllis and Miss Josle Phil
li", first bridesmaid and groomsman, Mr.
6am Foster and Miss Ella liobbins, sec
ond groomsman and brWcsinald, and
the bride and groom.
The bride's costume counted of an
ecrue brocaded silk dress, with fringe
trimming to match, white chip hat trim
med with cream colored gros grain, and
cream glove,and beautiful bourpiet.sur
rounded with heavy wmtu siik iringe.
Tlio brlJc.-ru ildj wore white organdie
trimmed Jn embroidery, white sashes,
with bouquets of natural flowers at the
back of tho waist. The hair w as done
up in French twist and white flowers.
The groomsmen wore Mack broadcloth
pants and coat, white vest and gloves.
Tho ceremony w a perforin, by t i,t.
Hev. Dr. Thayer, of Vincenues, aitcd
by the I lev. Hcnj. Y. George, pastor j
the Presbyterian church of this city.
The church was beautifully decorated
for the occasion with Mowers and plants
of every description. Oyer tho pulpit,
and justabovo the bridal party, hung a
marriage bell composed of magnolia
leaves, elderberry blossoms and daisies,
which was very pretty, and added much
to the effect and beauty of the seme.
After the ceremony was over, the party
was driven to the residence of the bride's
father, on Walnut street, where they re
maiiied until the departure of the Illinois
Central train, when Mr. and Mrs. Blake
ielt lor a trip lo the Centennial. They
will also visit many of the larger cities of
the east, and sojourn several d.ys in
Lvnn, Mass., the home of the father o'
Mr. and Mrs. Hlake were accompanied
by Mis Josle Phillis, sister of the bride'
Miss Ella Robbins, Mr. James Phtili!
brother of the bride, and Mr. Sam Fos
ter as far as Anna, where the latter ladies
and gentlemen will make a short .:;t
and return to Cairo.
The following is a list of the presents
received by the ;.evly wedded couple,
all Of which were lneented with the
well wishes and compliments ot the
Parlor furniture, from father of groom;
china tea set, mother ol groom. Mrs. J,
L. Blake, Lynn, Mass.; one dozen silver
knivo. iu I) lue autin case, from sister of
groom. Miss Ida F. Hlake; silver spoon'
and cake knife, from Mrs. C. L. Brown'
sNter of groom ; one dozen solid silver
forks, Mr. Edward Hlake, Lynn, Mass ;
dining room set, and large and small
silver spoons, from mother and father
nf bride; walnut and bronze cloek, Mr.
J.imiM Phillis. brother of bride; silver
and cut "lass castor, bouquet holder at
top, presented by .Messrs. Drips, Ais
thorpe and Kobbins; photograph mar
riage cert illcato, Dr. 11. It. Thayer; one
pair panel pictures, Mr. and Mrs. li. F.
Parker ; pair gold napkin rings' marked
"A. and H.," from Frank I. Pecker ;
trusted silver and gold spoon holder and
call la ll, Misses Nannie and Mary Me
Kce;Iaee work tidy. Mrs. Laura Et
Pink ; card receiver, Miss Frank Rex
ford ; pair silver napkin rings, silt cell ir
and pepperbox combined, from Mr. aud
Mrs. II. Weiss ; silver syrup pitcher en
grayed "From Jessie," from sister o1
bride, Jessie Phillis ; butter dish and
knile engraved "From Josie,"
sister of bride, Josie Phillis
silver butterdish and knife, marked "H.,"
presented by one of the groomsmen,
Sam. S. Foster ; two silver goblets, Wal
ter Hyslop; cornucopia hair dresser and
matchcasc. of gold card board and blue,
Miss Annie M.Riley; gold and silver
cull bell, Mr. aud Mis. M. P. Fulton;
pair silver vases, with llowers, Mr. aud
Mrs. S. Jl. Tabor; silver tea set, Mrs. II.
T. Gcrould and Judgo F. Bros. ; break
fast castor, Mr. J. Burger ; handkerchief
case of bronzo leather and blue gros.
grain silk, David Sin'ith I.ansden ; pearl
porte-monaio, given by little Seymour
Antrim ; bouquets and tlowers M.
Win. Gilbert, Mrs. A- Safford, Mrs.
W. V. Italilday, Mr. F. ilalllday,
Miss Liz.io VVood and Miss Allie McKeei
tidies, .Teio 1U.
,ta I nit ii vw it nan Attempt to Hill
liliuaell by ( utliaitf 111 TUrtiMl.
About sundown last evening, Mr.
Chris. Orl brought to the county jail iu
a wagon, a man supposed to be a Ger
man, with his throat cut from ear to ear.
Mr. Ort stilted to Jailor Fitzgerald that
the man had come to his house, near the
the upper end of the new levee, in this
condition, und said that ho wished
some one to take charge of b-.
Jailer Fitzgerald took hiui the hos
pital where he po es in a very critical
condition. 'l(J unable to talk, but
on wing interrogated by the jailer, told
hltn by nods of the head that he had
tiled to kill himself. He Is about
thirty years of ago, with
smooth face, dark complexion and
hair. There was found in his pocket a
Jcnlle covered with blood, a railroad fit Kct
bought at Leuvinworih on the sixth
of June, good for passage from that
pU-e to Eranville, Indiana, a py glass
unu'ii buucljof kc-jatJIa .'a- umthlo to
give his name. It is thought he cannot
live, . . . ' . , j .
Dr. Smith has removed Ids office to
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's block. Eotrancf
on Seventh isreet.
Ab.ni 0..r Hoin, Pf.p,, ftWt n, .
-Genrgo W. ( ,TK of M,.tl,,,)o)1
was In the eify yoster .v.
K. E. Kldd, repiwnt, Vernon,
Looislana, at the St. Charl...
-Mrs Wilson, of NateMej, tisj., ,
Master Rumble, of the same plv are
at the St. Charles hotel.
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday, were F. C. Zacah
arie of New Orleans, and C. S. Jones of
Mr. Mar-h Warren, who has Im-cii
sufloring from a severe attack or sickness,
ond who has bei-n spending several
weeks In the country, In the hope or re
coverlng.his strength, returned to Cairo
yesterday, almost as w ell as ever.
Miss Katie Parker, daughter or Capt.
Parker, superintendent of the ( airo and
Vincenncs railroad company's wharf
boat, accompanied by Mrs. Wells, wife of
Mr. Wells, cashier of the Alexander
County bank, left by steamer for a visit
to Ohio yesterday. Miss Parker goes to
see friends and relatives in Cincinnati,
and Mrs. Wells to Rising Sun.
The Rev. Dr. Thayer, of Vincenues,
formerly pntoi ot th ivothytoriun
church of this city, assisted by the Rev.
Mr. George, rerformed the marriage
ceremony at the wedding of B. F. Hlake
and Miss Annie Phillis yesterday. The
reverend gentleman, we are told, will re
main in the city several days.
I. O. . r. IS'otlee.
There will lie, at the lodge room, this
Friday evening, a special meeting of the
lodge lor work and instruction in the lle
oka degree. All Rebeka degree
,uel,'Ws as well as all brothers ot the
scarlet deftly. nro retpiostctl to be present.
t.l. K. Hawmns, Scc'y.
Uoiiiii to Hauin. r ;0rn:l
Take the Atchison, 'Xcka and Santa
Fe railroad, tin; new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cuehariis, Del Norte, Santa Fe and all
points iu Colorado, New Mexico and
Ari.i'tia. Special round trip IK) day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15th, at $50,
taking in the famous watering places on
the D. & R. G. road. Low emigrant
rates te the San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the Rocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "San Juau guide," adddress,
T. J. Anderson-,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
So. I l aunilry.
it is now conceded mat Mrs. Coleman
Hie laundress, No. 12 Fourth stnet, be
twieu Washington and Coiuuiui'ci il uve,
lines, has one ot the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the jit) , ami land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llnd it to their advantage to eail upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boardiiig-house washing 73 cents
per dozen. For piece woik prices are us
follows: Single shirt aud collar, 15c; per
dozen, SOc ; socks, .Ic ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerehiefs, 5c ; vests, 20c ; ami
all gentlemen's wear, MV. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, title; white
dresses, $1 25c; ladies' uuderware, tine
and coar-e, $ 1 no per dozen. 1-23-ti.
W All llEt-AIIIMCNT KlVKIl lUl'OHT,
lieliiw tiiitli wuti-rot' 1"4.
8eiyent, Signal Sri-riie, f. S. A.
isteamiT Jim Fisk. Paducali.
" Ike Hammitt aud tow, Ohio It.
Grand Tower, Meinpliis.
Fannie Tatuin, New Orleans.
" Coim Millar, Meniihis.
Thompson Iean, New Orleans.
' I'.elle of Shreveport, .St. l.ouis.
" I'. P. Schenck, Cincinnati.
" Kobert K. I.ee, Louisville.
Stcaou-r Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Iko Hamuli' tOW' st
tJrand Tower, St. Louis.
" Fannie Tatnm, Cincinnati.
I'ons Millar, Cincinnati.
Thompson iXau, Kent'ki' bank
llelleof Shievcport, X. Orleans.
1', p. Hehenck, New Orleans.
liiVKi:, mkaiih;k am Bi'sixr.ss.
liusiueta' reuiaius very quiet.
Another heavy rain loll ytirday
inorniii. To-niht it is warm and
At Cincinnati the Ohio rose evcn
iuclies ; at Loulbville I inch "d at Kv
.....vill.. tlw ii. wim Jel'line of 1 inch.
At thin port iSX markiil M feet 4
iiK .v, the iroui ine previous evenui"; rte
belli"; 2 inched.
The ThompMiii Deaii arrived about
i leveu o'clock vesterday morniiik', aud
Jay until, late in the altctnooii Hau ler
ring Iut friiht to the Cons Millar, wbieh
boat takes it to Cincinnati. She scut her
passengers, about titty in number, to
Cincinnati by rail, they preferrlntf to jo
that way, over the Cairo and Vluecnnca
jod, the managers of tho road M.ndinj
out a special train In the afternoon for
their aieommodatlon. Tli IVnu left for
the Kentucky thoro after trtmiaetliis
iicr buaiucaa here, whir she will httf up.
isUu went to Ui the bunk Uv M
of the Ohio river. .
Th Itobort K. Lee arrived trou
.Loobn Ule about aim) o'clock a Wed
Atfflif i StMl et to Um Umk J oat above
pit blf wharf-boat ol flalUday and Phil-
lip", where a force ol about fifty men
to work yesterday morning in living her
the finishing touches, bhe Is atlU la a
rough state, having only one coat of
point, she will receive her entlro new
and elegant cabin outfit here.
The Belle of Shrryeport came down
from St. Louis loaded flat and refused
The Grand Tower passed up with a
fur trip for St. I.onis. Bhe discharged
'J") bales of cotton here for the east via.
Dining the time the Thompson Dean
lays npJi.ro, George Miltenberger will
sojourn In St. Louis.
The Fannie Tatnm had an excellent
trip for Cincinnati. Charley Owens and
John Molbrldgc, who brought the Dean
up from New Orleans, pilots her from
here to her destination.
The Ike Itatnmitt came down tho
Ohio with three barges of iron, nails and
ot er freight She dropped one barge
here, loaded with iron and 1,200 kega or
nails and went to St. Louis with the
other two. The nails on the bargo left
here goes south, and after they have
been unloaded the Hammitt will return
and take the Iron to St. Louis,
The Hoosier alter discharging her
cargo and that of the Buckeye.whleh con
sisted ot 4G0 bbls flour for the South and
350 sacks wheat for St. Louis from New
Harmony, on the Wabash, left tor Evans
The Jim Fisn had a fair trip from
ASI ALON MJUUK, HO. 61.
i KniKhW or rvthian, cnecta every rri
Ci i! ilv night at half-paat avrta. In IWJ-
S-T'y Killows' Hall. Howx,
s.j55J' Chancellor Comnuinder.
Al.KXANDKU I.OUGK, NO. 224.
liuli inilni.t (inlvr tit n.lil-rl.
lows, mevtii ivi-7 1'hnrailiiv nivhft
i hiilt-iiaiitaeven. in lhU Vail nn
jiuini-rciul uvi'iiup, Lit-lwern sixth and RTcath
T.':H Cbas Xaub Jt U
-fKl KNCAMl'MENT, I. O. O. T.t meets
. J: Oil'l-KHWiw' Hull on the Aral aad thinl
iiu Inj iu f very month, at bal'-paat aevea
J HO II tjoSSMAIt, C P
ACAIUOMmuE. NO. 237, A. F. A. M.
w ilulil n-trulur oommutilcatuina in Ma
V nio I lt.ll , ourner Cuamercial avnae
u ii. I Kiiith itiwt, on the M-oond und
, nirth Mumlar ofrn.li month.
i, I 5 ? ? ?
To the Working- riuoa. We can furnUh
ymi rni)jloviiirnt at which you can make very
Imve w, , In your own Imniitien, wil bout hei ir
auny Iroiu home over nipht. ir-nu wanted in
eve ytowuainl i-ounly to take aubarritiera for
The Centennial Kecom. the UtgeM publication
In the Cnittsi Matea lis pugen, t4 columea) Kl-I-ir
u niy IlliiHtratvit; Terms unly tl per year.
'Hi' Keoi.nl in devoted to whatever U ot intereit
connected with tho Centennial yeir. The Ureat
KxhibiT.onm I'biuuteliihia la fully lllasti-ut-.!
in detail Everybody want it. The whole
people t'eo! a rreat liitereht in their Country's
i oinenniul DirtiitUy, and want lo kw sll
uli'.'iit it u elegant patriotie crayon dr win
pr.'iuiiiiii picture i pre-euted fr-e lo iu h iiu
ni'riliir. It it eutitl d, "lo rem-mhrranr oi Hi
ne "oinl'dtili Aiiniveraary vf the In.lp nd
em--of tin' L'aitml State.' size, 1 by a in-i-hi-4
Any one can bcc. n e a auecel'ul amnt
lor out kIiow the xtum and pict re ai.d hun
dieiii of eiihfCi i! r uie eamly obuiied . very.
v, a re. I here U no liusinea th t wi : i lite
this ut pre.-eiit We have many av m- who are
in iikinK bs liiifh aa ! per 'lay at)-l ut'WartW.
Now In the lime! don t delay. Hmerul)er it
cooti noiliinif to K ve the biiainrasa irii.l send
lnvci ulsri. lerniK, and Mimple ropy pir,
whirti"uif. ni free to all who nppl i do 1 to
d:iv Coniio;te. oil lit f r to th'.M? who der.u'u
o ens' l . 'iners aud me. tunic and 'U-ir
nuns and duiiKhtr k m ke the very beat of ageotf
T11E CENTENNIAL RECORD,
N trla. hl-rn-r,
Chartered by Ihe
Pute of liliuoia
for the rxpresa
piirpoi of giving
linlndrflala mil. I
ii all cases of private, i hronlo, ana urinary ui-si-e.s
in all their complicated forme. It it well
known Unit Dr. .lames haa stood at the head of
the prol'esHiou lux the Myt yeara. Age and
expi-rieiieeareail-imiKirtMnt. Mltli"Jl eli
!, iiiBht louse by dream pimplea on lue
fiice l,u,t nmnhooil. can ponitieely be cuieel
l4iilie wantiuK the most delicate attentloD, call
or write, t'leusanl home for ttlenw. A boiik
for the million. MarriaKe Guide, whieh telle
you all about tliese diaeusea 'Who ahould marry
why not lueenu to pay pootiu-e. lr Jaiuea
lma:m room" and parlor You are no one but
the doctor inliee hours, it a.m. lo 7 p m. un
dava, P to Vt. All uusin atrictly cannden
tiui . 4-iM-daW-ly.
0 CALLAHAN 9c HALL,
noo""8 and Guttering 8peoialtjr
Slatc Roofiing; a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Roda, Pumps, Stova
JobblaS Promptly Don.
W. . 1 ' . Jt - V v- V It...'"
Iiercues tii QuuU'.r.
taproTH Ui lulitf
Lincoln Butter Pswder
Uiiu.i rreah llu-tcr all the Tear Koaatl
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln lluttcr 1'owJer i an entirely
tiuruilt M article made I rota a celebrated
Kn?lih recipe, and now in daily ue by
many of the Iuol poled fartueia iu the
butter cotintii s ar. uml l'litltideli bia.
In boi weaiber tlii. Powder make butter
much firmer aud wreter than It uually U,
and keep it from turumg lanrid It also
removes the slron flavor vf turuipa, garlic,
weetN. c rn stulks. cot'on teeti, etc.; and
the im-reai-eil yd Id of butter luucli t. or
tunn pays tb j tritlit.jj expense of using it.
3.1 t'enta I'rr fttrkac.
Wiiol.esAt. DkpoT : 106,Market 8t ,
No Belts or Bellows.
wot nu s-ncx ixcx.
Jut what U wnafaK. aMa lot
elreuitf to r.MflJU f Otl AbLK Vr'
TTuy, New Tort. -IM