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LYNCH & HOWLEY'S .
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands I'alro loft,
pxclmngp for St. Ioui r-miHrty.
Tim MMitli Imll of Mm "Pilot'' Iioii at
Cottage on Sixth street near Wash
-Cottageoii F.lgbtb tre t near Wnl
1)wc-lliiiff, corner Twonly-lourtb ami
First floor of bri'k dwelling corner
Ninetvcntli ami PotiliirMieets.
Cottugc on Fourth Street, between
Joimnernlal and Washington avenue
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wul
Cottage on Fourteenth strict, west
M Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixture, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street ami Commercial
Avenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ol
Jommereial avenue, $10.
Dwelling home on .'ros kticct, we
o! Washington avenue.
Business Iioiifo on Levee tml, almve
A gool cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Cotiituercliil avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
H Xt to Waverly hotel. $10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-tliinl
trett, $0. (Jood yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Tweiity-iwcond and Twenty-tli'.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Potilar etreeti, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $S.
1 1 on; on Commercial avenue, near
.l'Jth street. Suitable for busines and
Tenements numbered 8 and '.),
Winter's Kow. 6 rooms eaoh for $lu
mt month. Will Iks put in flrst-olam
Store room in "Pilot Houw," lately
-occupied by A. Halley.
dwelling houM1 on Si".'.!i Mrect uik)
ifcfToTMMi avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and prt mi
lb nt tow, to a good t'-n tut.
Store room, corner Tweniieib and
'fVasli'uijtoti.venne, ftiit month.
JlMiiM la various urts of the eity.
FOK LK ASK OK SAT.K.
Lauds, in Unci to suit, near Cairo.
Tli (iDlcnnll rnnrlh fhr llllier
nlmm to lb front .
The citizens' movement, inaugurated
for the purxse ot making arrangement
to celebrate the Centennial Fourth ol
July, having tailed, and a Liter move
ment among the lirc.meii of the city to
make sueeesslul the same purpose, hav
ing also failed, the uitmb'.ra ot the Hi
hcrnian tire company, uponcousultation,
deUTinincil to m;tke arrangements them
nelve for t lie proper celebration of the
great day, and to invito the public of
Tuiroand the surrounding country to
join Willi them in the patri
otic duty. They have accord
ingly engaged Washington ball and
garden for tlio occasion and will throw
both op. n to the public night and day.
All the prominent brass and string bands
have Ix-en employed ; a grand procession,
patriotic in nil its details, will be a dis
tinguishing feature of the event ; the
immortal Declaration ot Independence
will Le nad by the lion. John 11. Obtrly
ainl orations will he delivered by lion.
Wm. Haitzell ami other db.tlnguMicd
orator. and tire works will
make the heavens bright in
the night time with patriotic lire
Everything will le done to make the oc
casion a most glorious one ; and to this
end all the citl;cn ol Cairo and of all
the towns and cities and country around
about us in Illinois, Kentucky and Mis
souri, are aked to come in and g've a
helping hand. Ky order of the commit-
ee. A. Si sank,
.1. J. Anokrhox.
M. .1. Ilowt F.v,
Wm. Mi II ti t:.
Mi ll's good suits only $...00 at Solo
One' hundred pairs ol tine all wool
youths' and boys' pants of the latest
styles will be sold at a sacrifice ; also
coats and vests in proportion, at
1 J J and 141 Commercial avenue.
Only three dollars for a nice white
Marseilles suit, coat, pants and vest. A
tine silk alpaca coat only $2.50. Jeans
pants only i5 cents a pair, at
1 12 and 1 1 1 'omuu rcial avenue.
The ehcapcbt lot ol boots and shoe
can always be found at Solomon Purel
ra's. A ladles' line clotli lace shoo, kid
iivt.t, uuij i i 'a biouuiif, only $1 j
men's line boots only $2.50.
Fif'y dozen black bins from five
ceuU up to twenty-five cents for the best ;
also a nice parasol only twenty-live cents
apiece. Must be sold before the season
is over. 151 ut) and pink sash ribbons only
fifteen cents a yard, at Solomon Pu
relra'u. Three pairs ladles' liose fortweuty
live cents, three pairs childrens' hose
only twenty-five cents. Ladies' Morocco
sachels, only lifty cents, wortli ouo dol
lar; and everything else in proportion
can always be found at Solomon Parci
ra's. for Kale,
-Klna Flour Mill, Indianapolis, Indiana
3 run 4 feet buhrs, water power. Mill in
complete running order. ISuilding 45 13
feet, 4 stories and basement. Would
take as part pay mill in Southern Illinois
or Indiana. Small cash payment.
Address, Suuvax &, CiAik.
The undersigned is -prepared to pump
out and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short uotiee and at satisfactory prices.
J. S. IIawki.ss,
:id and Cedar streets. PostotHee box
Thirty thousand Just received Jat th
Brit ktix office.
We are authorized to announce JOHN If.
KolilNSiUN a a Candida e for Sheriff of Alex
ander county, at the cumin county election.
We are authorized to announce that IU A. Kd
mtindAon Id n Independent Keptiblicsn candi
date lor abet iff, at the enauiBft county election.
We at authorized toannntinc I'KTKH "A'CI",
for an Independent caudidate for Mteriffof Al
exander county, at the ensuiii county election.
KATF.ft or ADVERTIHIXU.
HAI1 bills for dvertii, are due and pay
able in ADVAHca
Trsnslent advertising will be inserted at the
rate of (1 00 ier square for the Brat insertion
and tfi cents for each aulmequpnt one A liberal
diacaont will I made on standing and dind
Kor inserting funeral notice ! (O Notice of
meeting of tfwletif! or secret orders 5" cents for
Cburrh, Society, festival and 8ii-r notice
will ouly be inserted aa advertim-menta
No advertisement will lie received at less than
Wi cents, and no aMvertisrnient will lie insertol
for lets than three dollars ter month
. Z-ooal Bnalneaa Notice, of
ten Hnea or more, Inaertea
in the Bulletin follows :
Commence Countinn at ten Lines.
One Insertion per line. - O Cents
Two insertions per line 7 Cent
Three Insertions per line 10 Cent
Six Insertions per line 15 Cents
Two week per lin.... 25 Cents
One month per line .i . 35 Cents
No Reduction will be made in above
FHIDAY. JI NK 30, PsC
Local Weather Keport.
, June lS7
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2 I II tv rain
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0 . I t ruin.
n rime y.
JAM B.3 WA io,
Hi rrniiit, Kitcnal htiUt, I . H.A.
Hoys' suits nt P. Utilbron's V
dollar and lifty icnU a suit only.
A gooil wa-h woman can find em
ploym ent by applying at lit 1 1 kiin t flice
Must le a good wa.-lier.
TI1K BEST HOARO
In the city can now b procurt dat the
St. Charles at the "bed roek" reduction
to $20 m t month. Try it and see for
DOS T rOF'.fil.T
To buy yourself a pair ot orogans
05 cents, while they are so cheap, at
Iltilbron's. Hnrge's old stand.
catilk! caiii.k: :
Parties having cattle to feed can pur
chase, the best ot distillery slop at the
Cairo distillery, at five cents per barrel.
0-23-3 w II. ScHt Liz, Prop'r.
OOWN TIILV lit).
On and after .Inly 1st down goes the
price of day board tim ing the summer
months at the St. Charles hotel to $20
per month, to prompt paying day
1 AST CAM..
This is the last time any one will ever
be invited to take day board at twenty
dollars a mouth at the St. Charles, so it
is but to improve the time while you
have a chance. ti 2V5t
Hoo.MS TO RENT.
A neat cottage on Tliird street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
Helta Houe, Cairo. 2s-tf.
KOI Rill OK .H LY I.KMOXS.
.lust received and lor sale a choice stock
of selected and packed lemons, in full
boxes, which I oiler at the lowest mark
et prices. S. K. Wilson,
ii-27-5t S3 Ohio levee.
.11 ST IIF.CV tVr.D
V large stock of loots and
iocs. Hoots trom $2 to 2 40 per pair.
nd shoes from 25 cents to $2. Don't
forget to call and examine thcui at P.
Ilcitbron's, Uurger's old stand. ti-10-(it
j. t;toi;iiK siLiMioi sK
on Kighth street, two doors front Alex
ander t 'ounty Bank, is the place to get a
lushiouahle hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anvthii'ic is tn tlio tw.i. n. i
Uica' una ciuldrens' hair cut or dressed,
cither at the shop or their homes.
At' Hit si. tllAlU LS IIOTKL.
The day boarders at the St. Charles
recleves the same attention and service
lor sixty-seven cents ier day that the
trancient guest pays two dollars and
twent-tive cents for. It U well enough
for day boarders to rcmcmbtT this' fact.
A ltorSKKCKl'KU ta'4;
Tli3 Charter Oak Cook Stove 1
of you has proven all it was represented
and more, and nil we could wish in a
cook stove, bakes perfectly with less tut I
than any stove vc have ever used, and is
the combination ol economy and dura
TIIK KINKsT IN T II K CITY.
The timing room at the St. Charles
has no competition In the city lor size,
ventilation and comfort. - No flics or
mosijuitos, while in the. hottest days a
cool draught of air sweeps through tho
entire room. -25-.rt
LESS TH AM IHJSI ,
First-class, board at second-class rates
nt the St. Charles. The prices the pro
prietors propose to charge after the 1st
ot'.Iuly, is U than actual evt to them,
still It enables thetn to keep their tabl
tip to a first-class standard fr tm-.t who
J pay lull rate. 0-20-51
thk rtn ni.il. V
Oi l ready for the FouTJh. .Kinu ailk
aliacn coals at $2 25 and fine white
shirts from 75 cents to l ; at P. Hell
Itron's etirner of Ninth street and Com
mercial ayenuo. . IV20-OL
At a bargain, a No. 1 lop-bii?gy. Apply
to .lAMt.s Johnson,
' Stone lepot.
Cairo, April 30. U7B. 3t
TO TUB CKN'l KXMtl ;
Any day barder at twenty dollars per
month at the St. Charles hotel, who Is
not satisfied that he recleves lull value
for his money, will be purchased a
round trip ticket to the entennial to
AT $20 I'EK MONTH
None but prompt paying day boarders
will be received at the St. Charles, and
no deductions will be made lor Bn ab
sence of less than one week at n time,
not then unless notice Is left at the olllce.
Twenty-five, lifty, seventy-live, one
hundred, or more day boarders can be
acCOUimoduteit In tln itk1 nntl simuioua
dining rtwm of the St. Charles and still
ample, room left for all transient guests
who may come to town. O-20-5t
Tl HNMts' rot Kill ov jri.v.
The Turners have arranged for a grain!
Centennial Fourth ol July celebration in
theirgarden, corner of Tenth street ftn3
Washhigtoo avctitie. .The garden will
be fitted up Willi artificial shade trees,
and will he made the plcusaulcet place
ot amusement in the city. K very body Is
invited. ' : O-28-td
THE (illANKKST C KI.KBKA IIttN OK AM.
will take place at the new Turner hall
garden. Concerts, national games, danc
ing and refreshments ol all kinds. Arti
ficial shades, Chinese lanterns, decora
tions, ami everybody made happy, are the
general features ot this huppy Fourth of
July with tho Turners. Kverybody
should attend and give this society the
encouragement it deserves. 0-2s-td
UMK AM MONKV SIVK1).
It Is time and money weii spent ey n
in the hottest day to go duwn to the.
Charles an I enjoy with comfort, a meal
in the spacious, cool and cozy dining
room, with plenty of fresh air, good at
tendants, and the tables supplied with
the best of every thing in the market.
L;i nr. at Kit.
liedhellcr's Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Egg Heater, sweet cream, custard,
wl'ip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater ot 157-1. aud the best ivi the ico'W,
For sale by Chas. Henderson, general
dealer in stoves, tm and hollow ware
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. O-27-lin
Notice is hereby given that ull hogs
running at large on and after the l.t day
of July next, will be taken up and inr
pounded in the city pound.
.loiiv (jfissMA.v, City Marshal.
Caiko, III., June 20, ls'O.
I.KAIIU It AM) HNDIMiS.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 00, below Sixth
street, may lie found a full assortment of
leather and find in gs : also a largo stock
of St. I.ouis custom made boots and
shoes. lie also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boot, 'bees etc., ot his
own make. Boots and shoe- made to
order of lirst-t lass material 8 'd satisfac
tion guaranteed. O-24-tf
l IKE WORKS.
Having bought a largo toek of fire
works, tlug and Chinese lanterns, at a
low figure for cash, I offer them at St.
I.ouis or Chicago prices. If you have
a price list of any dealer of either city. 1
I will till your order for a $5 or $10 lot
at their price. You need not send away
w hen you can get as cheap goods in your
own city. Phil. tl. Saii",
Corner of Eighth street and Washington
KROM CAIRO TO CHIt'AtiO AM ltt.Tl ItX
HK TKN DOLLARS.
The Cairo aud Yincennes railroad of
fer the following inducements to persons
desiring to visit Chicago : At Cairo they
will sell excursion tickets to Yincennes
and return, good from July 1st to the 7th,
for $1. At Yincennes the Evansville and
Crawlordsville railroad w ill sell round
trip tickets to Chicago, good for sanio
time, tor JO, making only J 10 for w hole
"Keep your vest on," aud call at Louis
lilattau's, on Eight street, No. 23. It
matters not how hot you are, a glass of
Louis' ice eold lager, will Immediately
cool you oil ; aud his grand , oo hot
lunch in the morning at 0, aud cold lunch
at 7 p.m., Is really too good to give
away. Yet, Louis Invites his fiicuds and
the public generally to come, eat, drink
and be merry. Don't forget the place.
Butchers' and Drover' Exchange, o.
23 Eighth street, between Commercial
aud Washington avenue. C-30-8t
I bis popular sulo jn, corner Fourteenth
trcetiuul Washington avenue, is open to
Ha public, 'ii,,. ij;ir supplied v....
pure wines, eliit.t. liquor mid the tint t
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf . A. KiiAi s, Pioprif lor.
Linen librc, plutc finish, letter and note
paper at tho Bi i.i.kti.v of) ice. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Taken up on Saturday, June 2 lib, a
cow. and calf. Apply to H. Mcteuli",
opposite the court house. . 0-27-3t
Miecli Mo I ice.
All llUir dealers hoxa licenses expire
July 1st, uie uoutied that tin y um-t liav
new bollda el- CUUd uud hied in this ollieo
on or before 'luenluy, July 4tU, iu order
that the council miiy take action. thereon at
its lint regular meeting In July.
Ja. U . Mkwakt, City Vlerk.
i itfliioi'rmir nniinrniio " ' '
Urnn H(t M n,e ( sun II .
utlmiirrd to state that there
unl hemocrstic Peform IJat-
W e are
will he n Or
't.' at Mr Court House in
this city, on Sa
irl,iy eVenintr next, at
fto'. lock. Hon. H ' J' Allt l1 W' oll,, r
eminent speakers w W Vrni trt aJ
tlress tlic met ting. "tJT t M'n
favor ot true Iteform .pos.!(l to
Radical misrule, turn out rify the
ntiniinatiou of the tipcat S'.aiH.'ari-iVrer
of Peform anl Hoiiet (i ncrnLX id.
JOTTIHCS IAOVSD TOWrf.
.4 Inrnnaltlernlely llahel np by
he Bulletin Reporter.
That portion of Wasliingtou avenue
above Twenty-Eighth street has lieeii
greatly improved lately.
That was a big rain wo bad jcsler
day morning, and the muddy (streets the
remainder of the day, were anything but
loiu:uiit to pedustriaiia.
The gloiious Fourth draws nigh and
anticipation ot a grand celebration run
high w ith our people. The day w ill lie
one long to be n iueinlKi cd.
Horsemen are again agitating the
subject of a horoe lair In Cairo, but they
have lieretolore been so unsuccessful iu
their eflorts to get up a meeting here,
that littlti hope are entertained that they
will accomplish it this time.
Don't lorget It. The 11 ibernian Fire
company's grand picnic on the Fourth.
Scbeel's garden and hall Is to be made
the very center of attraction on that
day, and the Hibernian' promise a day
of enjoyment such as has never Ix fore
been afforded tho people of Cairo.
The eity fathers will meet once more
in solemn conclave on the night of the
Fourth of July No piore, however, arc
anticipations ot n '"big row" cntciuxiuod.
The days of tumult m.d discord between
our honorable mayor and hi subject,
the aldermen, have pasl, and all is
I v . price and Innnony.
The owner" .ol hog;. . ar iu
mind that th's ii tin; Lt day that hogs
wilt be allowed to run at largo about the
streets of Cairo. To-morrow, the lirst of
July. Chief (iossiuan will start out, with
blood iu Ids eye, to run all swine, with
out regard to "race, color or previous
condition," into the pound.
The Paducah excursion party, that
will come to Cairo on the Fourth, will be
accompanied by ;he IJlewild bate ball
club, we understand. They want a game
with Cairo bull tossers on that day, but
w ill not get it, as they have put oft an
swering the challenge of our boys so
Jang that they have abandoned the Idea
ol organizing a club.
It is probaMe that the lion. William
J. Allen of Carhondale, will speak at the
grand Democratic ratification meeting
to-morrow night. The chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee, T. W.
Halliday, having telegraphed him at St.
Louis, to honor us with his presence on
that occasion, and give our people bis
views on the questions of national im
portance at issue.
The principal event of yesterday
was the marriage . Ex-City Treasurer
Blake to .Miss Annie Philli'j. There
were a large number ot the intimate
friends and acquaintances of the bride
aud bridegroom In attendance at the
ceremony, which took place at the Pres
byterian chinch. A full account of the
wedding will be found in another col
umn. The managers of the Cairo A Kvans
ville packet company nunotmce a grand
excursion to Evansville, on the
steamer Arkansas Belle, commanded by
that ventcran steamboitman, Capt. Ben.
Howard, on the Fourth of July. I'he
rates for the round trip are exceedingly
low, aud parties w ishing to spend the
Fourth abroad cannot llud a letter 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 au entire stranger to
the people in the habit of perusing police
news published iu the Bi llktin. Mr
Clem had some dtficulty with a colored
lady, and indulged iu language in ex
pressing his opinion of her that grated
harshly upon her highly cultivated ear,
aud she forthwith had him arrested. He
stood trial before his honor, Judge Bird,
who imposed a line of live dollars and
costs against hhn. and turned him over to
the tender care ot JiU r Jim Carroll, for
The news of the nomination of Gov.
1 iltlen, ol New York, by the St. Louis
convention, imparted to the people
through the Bt Li.EiT.v yesterday morn
ing, was received with the greatest en
thusiasm. But when the tidings came that
Mr. Hendricks, of Indiana, bail been
chosen vice-president, then indeed, were
the hearts of tho Democrats made glad.
Thi, says everybody. Is the strongest
ticket put before the people of the United
! States since the great race of the noted
! 1H..--.K Stephen A. D uigltis uid Ahrahuni
..ijuolu, and with TiUloii ... 'b :ik.,3
as their stajidard-beart ie, the "land old
Democracy ot tne o.t i,: ,rvri, will oi'
inoro come to the trout and resent the
country from the dark pit into whU'h the
has fallen under the administration of the
The ClilcIHie Iron Mountain Hull
The new cable of the Irou Mountain
railroad, from their station at Bird's
poiut, to this city, laid at a cost of seven
thousand dollars, bas been completed anil
U row In order for operation. The office
Is in the depot of the St. l.oulj, Iron
Mountain and Southern road.
. ti a n i, I r
Th t!eiemon-Lit of Pr.nti, Etc.
marriage of Ex-City Trea.tircr
uyron r .Blake and Miss Am.i. imh;.
daughter of Captain John It. Philli, f
win my, took Mace at tho Presbyterian
el.t.rch ycstrnlay between the hours of
twelve hhd one o'clock.
At fifteen minute tint! fi,,1.... o.
church organ bcfl'tli playing a wedding
march, and the procession entered. A
few feet in advance of the ushers. Mr.
John Alsthorpe and William Bobbins,
little Maggie George, daughter of
lev. B. Y. Oeorge. proceeded up the
ish to the alter, strewing w hite flowers
ami roster The wedding party consls ted
o.' Mr. .lame Phlllis and Miss Josie Phil
lis, first bridesmaid aud groomsman, Mr.
Sam Foster and Miss Ella Bobbins, sec
ond groomsman aud bridesmaid, and
the bride aud groom.
The bride's costume consisted of an
ecruc brocaded silk dress, with Irluge
trimming to match, white chip hat trim
med with cream colored gros grain, and
cream glovcs.and beautiful bouquet,sur
rouuded with heavy wliUo siik run ire.
Hie Driucsm ilds wore white organdie
trimmed in embroidery, white sashes,
with bouquets of natural flowers at the
back of the waist. The hair w as done
up In French twist and white flowers.
The groomsmen wore black broadcloth
pants and coat, w hite vest and gloves.
The ceremony was performed by the
Key. Dr. Thayer, of Yincennes, assisted
bythelfev. Benj. Y. Oeorge, pastor of
the Prcsln tciiuu church ol this city.
The church w as beautifully decorated
for the occasion with flowers and plants
of every description. Oyvrtlie pulpit,
and just above the bridal party, hung a
marriage bell composed ol magnolia
leaves, elderberry blossoms and daisies,
which was very pretty, and added much
to the effect and besuty of the scene.
After the ceremony was over, the party
wa driven to the residence, of the bride's
father, on Walnut stun t, where they re
mainetl until the departure of the Illinois
Central train, when Mr. and Mrs. Blake
left for a trip to the Centennial. They
will alo visit many ot the larger cities of
the cast, and sojourn several d..vs in
Lynn, Mass., the home of the father o(
Mr. aud Mrs. Blake were acooiupa,ii.'i
by Miss Josie Phillls, sister of the bride'
Miss Ella Bobbins, Mr. James Phidi!
brother of the bride, ami Mr. Sam Fos
ter as far as Anna, where the latter ladies
aud gentlemen will make a short visit
and return to Cairo.
The following i u li.st of the presents
received by tho newly wedded couple,
all of which were presented with the
well wMies and compliments ot the
Tarlor furniture, from father of groom;
china tea set, mot hero! groom, Mrs. J,
L. Blake, Lynn, Mass.; one tloz.cn silver
knives in blue satin ease, froru eiitor of
groom. Miss Ida F. Blake; silver spoon8
and cake knife, from Mrs. C. L. Brown'
sister of groom ; one dozen solid silver
forks, Mr. Edward Blake, Lynn, Mass ;
dining room set, and large and small
silver spoons, from mother and father
of bride; walnut aud bronze clock, Mr.
James Phillis. brother of bride; silver
and cut glass castor, bouquet holder at
top, presented by Messrs. Drips, Ais"
thorpc and Bobbins; photograph mar
riage cert ilicato, Dr. II. B. Thayer; one
pair panel picture. Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Parker; pair gold napkin lings' marked
"A. and B.," from Frank 1. Pecker ;
frosted silver and gold spoon bolder and
call bell, Misses Nannie and Mary Mc
Kee;lace work tidy, Mrs. Laura E.
Pink ; card receiver, Miss Frank Bex
ford ; pair silver napkin rings, silt celhr
and pepperbox combined, from Mr. ami
Mrs. H. Weiss; silver syrup pitcher en
grayed "From Jessie," from sister o'
bride, Jcs&ie . Phillis ; butter dish and
knlle engraved "From Josie,"
sister of bride, Josie Phillis.
silver butterdish and knife, marked "B.,"
presented by one of the groomsmen.
Sam. S. Foster ; two silver goblets. Wal
ter Hyslop; cornucopia hairdresser and
uiatchcasc. of gold card board and blue,
Miss Atiuie M. Eiley; gold and silver
call bell, Mr. and Mis. M. P. Fulton;
pair silver vases, with flowers, Mr. aud
Mrs. S. H. Tuber; silver tea set, Mrs. II.
T. Oerould and Judge F, Bross ; break
fast castor, Mr. J. Burger ; haudkerchiel
case of bronzo leather and blue gros.
grain silk, David Smith Lansden ; pearl
porte-mouaie, given by little r.mour
Antrim ; bouquets ami Howers from Mrs.
Wm. Gilbert, Mr. A. B. SuftbrJ, Mrs.
W. 1'. Halliday, Mrs. E. V. Halliday,
Miss Lizzie Wood and Miss Allie. McKec?
tidies, Jessie Phlllis.
An I'nknowu Mini Alleinpla lo Kill
lliiuaell by t'ultioir III Tliroul.
About sundown last evening, Mr.
Chris. Ort brought to the county jail In
a wagon, a man supposed to be a Ger
man, with his throat cut from ear to ear.
Mr. Oil stated to Jailor Fitzgerald that
the man had come to his house, near the
the upper end of the new levee, in this
condition, and said that ho wit"J
cmi-..t rum r f!iL flmrw him.
Jailer Fitzgerald to'
uim to the hos-
pifril ' here ,,JW " a vtrJ
cond'1"" " WttS """l''' t0 ta"c' unt
uii living interrogated by the jailer, told
him by nods of the head that be hud
tried to kill hiiusclf. Hit is about
thirty year ol uge, with
smooth face, dark complexion aud
hair. There was lound iu his pocket a
kullc covered with bltiod, a railroad ticket
bought at Leavenworth on ih sixth
of June, good for passage from that
place to EvunsvUlo, Indiana, a spy glass
ami a bunch of keys. Ho was uuabk) to
give his name. It is thought he cannot
Dr. Smith ha removed hi otliee to
rooms 8 and J, Winter' block. Entrance
on Seventh sreet.
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A ...! Onr now P,P, m4nt,nnt.
-Ocor?, vv. Corlls. of Metropolis
..... ... ii khj yesteniav.
. , ' I'"-! ins ernon,
Louisiana, at the fn. Charles.
Mrs. )V Uon. nf .i.i., :. .
.'....ii-i ioiiiiiiip. nt iiik . i
at the st. Charles hotel.
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles veaf
tine of New Orleans, and C. S. Jones of
Mr. Marsh Wnrrnn ivl, i
, "I n.i.-i ui;t'il
sufitruig from a severe nttnrL-rctr
and who has been spending several
- I., it.. . .
ni me country, in tlie hope of re
coveringbls strength, returned to Cairo
m-r.t 1 . 1
j i-MiTuay, aimost as w ell as ever.
Miss Katie Parker.
Parker, superintendent of the Cairo and
Yincennes railroad comoaiiv. ,hnrf.
boaf. accompanied by Mr-. Wells, wife of
Mr. Wells, cashier of tho Aiiniwii
County bank, left by steamer for a visit
to Ohio yesterday. Miss Parker goes to
see friends and relatives in Ciix innati,
ana .Mrs. vuils to Rising Sun.
The llev. Dr. Th-ivi.p r,rvi
formerlv h'ntnr r tl... I'ni.ii,,,..,.,..
- - j I - - . v "J HI 1 ,1 1 1
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.,u,x , mi.- -iiy, ussiKieu oy mo icev.
Mr. George, rer formed the marriage
ceremony at the wedding of B. F. Blake
and Miss Annie Phillis yesterday. The
reverend gentleman, we are told, will re
main iu the city several days.
I O. . '. Xotlre.
There will Ik-, at the lodge room, this
Friday evening, a special meeting of the
lodge for work and Instruction iu the Uc
beka degree. All Kubeka degree
members as well as all brothers ot the
scarlet degree are requested to be present.
Will. K. Hawkins, See''.
Uolwrlo IlitnsMH or ;lttriiiu
Take the Atchison, Tnpcka and Santa
Fe railroad, the new and popular line
Irom Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucharus, Del Norte, Santa Fe and ull
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip f) day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15th, at .",
taking in the famous watering places on
the D. &, ll. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river aud the Pocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union tlepots. For maps, time tables
and the '"San Juan guide,"' addtlress,
T. J. Aniii.hso.v.
Gen. Pass. Agt. Tnpcka, Kan.
A .No. I I.HitiKlrj .
It is now conceded that Mis. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave.
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments iu the ?ity, and laud
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Iler prices nre as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 7.1 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, l.'ic ; per
dozen, 80c ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerchiefs, 5c ; vests, iOc ; ana
all gentlemen's wear, HOc. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2V' ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' undcrwarc, line
and coarse. $1 00 per dozen. l-.'ii-ti.
W'AII ItBI'AHTMKNT UlVKH ItKI'ORT,
llllie "7 ISiH
LOW WATKn. OHANOC.
rr. in. Kr. in.
:m t i
s. M 1
10 n ;
11 n A'l I
h V 'I
W 1 o 7
l i. I ii
;ks H ll 1
4 10 o 1
IlidoW lilich water til' 174.
Serireant, SiKnal Service, I'. S. A.
.Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducali.
" Ike llaiumitt and tow, Oliio P.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
Fannie Tatuin, New Orleans.
" Cons Millar, Memphis.
Thompson Pean, New Orleans.
" 1'it lle of Sshreveport, St. I.ouis.
I". P. Schcnck, ('inciniiati.
" Kubert K. Pec. Louisville"
Memiitr Ji Vl"k' Paducali.
" Ike llammitt and tow, St. I.ouis
tiraiul Tower, St. Louis.
Fannie Tatuin, Cincinnati.
' Cons Millar. Cincinnati.
Thompson I lean, Kent'kl- bank
Pelle of Shreveport, X.Orleans.
" I'. P. Schcnck, New Orleans.
. IIIVKR. WKATIIKR AN'U BI SINKSS.
Husinee s remains very quiet.
Another heavy rain fell yesterday
morning. To-niht it is warm and
-At Cincinnati the Ob rise seven
Inches ; at Louisvi"- 1 i," h U,,J ,lt kv
ausville th wus " decline of 1 Inch.
, ij.iS port the 'f'e marked 3J feet i
inches, the from the previous evening' riae
bcin;; 2 inches.
(.1 M ltAI. itkms.
The Thoiiip.sou Uciin arrived about
eleven o'chn-k yt-stcrday morniuo;, and
lay until late iu Die alteruoou trau.-tei-tin;;
her livight to the Cons Millar, which
boat take it lo Cincinnati. She sent her
passengers, about lilty iu number, to
Cincinnati by rail, they preferring to jfo
that way, over the Cairo aud iucenues
ro'id. the inamicr of the road scudiuj;
out a special train iu the artel noun lor
their accommodation. The Peau lelt for
the . Kentucky shore after transacting
her busines her?, where she will lay up.
She went to to the bank below tho mouth
of the Ohio river.
Tuo Hubert U. I.cc arrived Irom
Louisville about nine o'clock on Wed
nesday, and weut to the bank Just above
the bifc wharf-boat ot Halliday and Phil-
lip, where fore ol about Ofty men t
to work yesterday morning tn eiring br
the finishing touches. he Is nill In a
rough state, having only one coat of
pnlnt. ,She will receive her entire new
and elegant cabin outfit here.
-The Belle of Shrcreport came down
Irom St. Louis loaded flat and refused
The Graml Tun .. i ...
. ..ui yinstMi up wun a
fair trip for St. Lous Sh(J dlsch
100 bales of cotton here for the east via.
Dlirintr Mm Hmn K- Tl
. ma i nuuippon i;ean
lay tin )wro (i
- . , -.-v.v..Ro luiiu'uocrger Will
Kojonrn In St. Louis.
-the tannic Tatum had an excellent
trln for f 'hlfiuriA ! fl i
nnriey uwena and
John Molbridge, who brought the Dean
UP from New Drlnnna llf. 1 t
....o, i, ut;r iruiu
here to her destination.
.71,'?.Ikc rimmitt came down tho
Ohio With thrpe hnrtrr.. r.f .li.
-'ei1-" v .ivii, iinus biiu
ot'er freight. She dropped one barge
here, loaded with iron and 1,200 kega of
nails and went to St. Louis with the
Other two. Thn nullj tl,- I
----- - .. ..u.,0 VI1 luo uuru icit
here goes south, and after they bavo
been unloaded the Hammltt will return
.....I l - ,. t . ...
mm tuivu 11115 iron IO t. LiOUlS.
Tl,. II i... .... . .
- ..t, ..uwrci niivr uiscuarging ner
cargo and thatot the Buckeye,whlch con
sisted ot 4C0 hbls flour for the South and
.150 ti..L-a ...fin.., r.. c . r t
... s, ..... uiiui oi. i.ouis irom new
Ilarinony. on the Wabash, left tor Evans
The Jim Fisit had a fair trip from
Pad n call.
ASt.'ALON LOIHiE, VoT 61."""
Knlffhtof Pythig, meet every Yl
Uy niKlit at Iwlt'-puHt wvvn, in Odd
rillowa' Hull i Howe,
AT WAV hvD rnnne rst . .
. I,l,'Pn,le Order of Odd-Fel-
. . 1 - - . .... , tuTTir niiiun
'iiiini. r;liU iivfiiiic, U-twrrn sith and Seventh
tJIIAS L.AM. N (i
"1VIIIO l.NCAMr.MUNT, I. O. O.T.. meet
ii,m;riviiiiws- nun on tne nrsi ana Ultra
i...-ti in ct.Tijr iiiuuui, h, uaii-pasi aeven
J -tO II t.OSKMAW, C P
A CAIItiil.OIXiE. NO,237,A.r. 4A. M.
wjM- H.H nvuliir Rummunicaliuns in Ma
7J bciii If Mull, comer Citmmerciiki avenne
I. .1 . i .
, mrtn Miiiulnr of wh month.
To Ihc Workinc C'ltt. We can rurnUh
you employment at which you can make very
inrne na , In your own localities, without bri-ir
away trnin buineover night, gnta wanted in
eve y town and i-ouiity to take submriht rr, tor
The Centennial liquor . th largest publi n'ion
in the I nilwt "-tiiti- in j-wgea, t4 columea; Kl
eitatity llliinirate'l', Terms only tl per yent.
'I'll UeCTil is dvotel to whatever ia ot inli rit-t
cinni-cted with the Ceutenniai year The ijir at
KxhihiOon id t'hiladelphia ia fully llloatruted
in detail lerylKi want it. The whole
IM'tipIt- feel u jp-eat iutereit in their Country 'a
Contenniul Dirthduy, and want in know 'all
ttlmui it n tWaut patriotic crayon dr winir
pixniiiim picture i- presented fp-e to - h i;li
srrii'er. 11 is eutitl d, "In rem' mh in ceoi'th"
Hue imd'-e iih Vmlveraary of tnr l - l, p ud
encei.t tnc '.'u.tHil Mutes.'" Size.il y u in-L'l-e-"
i' y oi;e can become a mt,-es-tnl u .. i
for tm: ' iie pu and pict re ai.d him
dri-U nf smmi-rilv ra ar, easily oblsli,el .v
nil r'. i here is no busin th t will twv lie
this at p esunt We have many air nut who ar
nvikinK as hii-h an ti" rier day and upward-.
Sow lithe time; dou delay. Rememlier It
roD nothing to k ve the buslneat a trial .send
Mr ri iilnrs. terms, and sample copy of paer,
whifh"are sent free to all who apply; do ii to
day. Complete out Hi fn-to those who decide
toenp fte Karmvrs and mechanics, and tbeir
sons and duuithters mke the very best of agents .
H IrcvlH. 'hl
CharUHtd by Uw
State of Illinois
for the express
purpose of giving;
hnmed late rel f
u r. ..-.... .h.nni. Anrl uri narv ili-
11 an I nT. n t.a.'u.L. -- i ---
Knes in all their complicated form. It I well,
known that lr.. lames has stood t the head oj
the profession lor the past 30 years. Am n4
eipeririifeare all-Important. fnalnM " enw
hpm, niKlit lossca by drem. pimple on the
face lost inniihooil. can positively be cureol
LmliiK wantinn the most delicate attention, cain
or write, l leasuiit home for pttnU. A liook
for the million. Marriae tJtiide. which tall
vou all atsiiit these diseases who should marry
why bo lucent to pay posts. I" Jame
has . l rooms ond iiarlor Vou e no one but
l he doctor Nlii hours, 9 a m. to 7 p in- un
diiys, lo to i. All business strictly confldeu
O'CALLAHAH & HAl,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Dob.
Ucreuci thi finutlty.
tmprtvN ILi tuUty
Lincoln Butter Powder
Mooti t'resli lluiier all tue Trar Itunnd
BUTTER IK 20 MINUTES.
Ii licit n Hotter Powder 1 an entirely
hiirniK-.s urticlu uiado from a celebrated
Kuglish recipe, and cow in daily use l,y
many of tho Diot nnu-tl U iuer iu the
tuittcr coiintii ar. und l'Uiludel. hi.
1 s liiitt'llier thi Powder makes butter
much lirtuer aud sweeter than it usually is,
wi,l keeps it from turoiuj; lamiil It '
removes ihe strong flavor of turtiip, garlic,
weed, c ru stalks, cot on so d, etc.; and
t lie increased ye Id of butter much ore
iLau pays Hi-: tiillip expense of usiug it.
35 t'ent I'er farkuv.
Wiioi KSALK Dkl-oT 106 Market 1st ,
FOR FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WILL S-UCK IX0M.
Jiut wbal is wasbsl. im1 Vcssvt MaJa tut
rircuarlofMPllta POBlAilLt. rQKoATCW,
Ti y, Nw Vork. i tf