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day tiitrht at hnir paid seven, in Odd-
Ki-lluwa' lull. llowt,
haiirwllur i ommamlrr.
Al.KXANIKR T.OlMiK, NO 21.
Imletiendent Order of Odd-Kel-
y v - ll,w IM.-ew, rfrij m uui n itty nifEiit
-wjm-- lit null itui nrvcu, in meir nan m
(iinriii n i ll avenue, between MixthamJ Seventh
'.rfi'H I'iias Lamb, N (I
' 1li:i KM AMPMKNT, I. O. O. F.. inu la
yin iH l-Kflluw' Hull on the Unit mni tliinl
I mmliiy ill evt ry month, at hel I -mi aevrn
.1st) IIHossba. C I
I AIKU I.OfMjK. NO. mr.A.K. A. M.
ilolil rcirular commmiirationn in Ma
sonic Hull. corner tommorciul avenue
' 'fiml f-.iff til It at reel, mi Ili aer-ond ami
'i ii i III Aloinlav il each month.
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
- .Mi'X:iini r iouii'j' lands 'sunt Ms,
Mn-liani fr St. Louis juiierty.
I 01: s.M.K.
Tlio Mjutli halt of tlio "Pilot' linusi- !it
(jiioil two story brick store room on
Commercial iiviiiiin lM-twi'ii Jilt-v-ii t li
A nice hrii k residence on Sixth be
tween (.'oniiurreial ami Washington inc
lines. C'ottago on Sixth t trcet m ar Warlt
Cottage on Lihth street near Wal
iJwellin, corn r Twi iitydouitli and
First floor of brick dwelling ecriier
N'inetotnth and 1'ojilar streets.
Cottage on Fourth Street, lx'tween
."oinrnercial and Washington avenue.
t'ott.1; on Ninth Struct, west of Wal
(.'ottnjfe on Fourteenth street, .e.-t
d Washington avenue, $ll
Saloon and fixture., southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and C'omiiicrciul
tvenue, at a barg-iin.
Cottage on Twellth street, we-t ol
.'otnuicrcial avenue, $10.
Dwelling liou-sc on Cross meet, wes
of Washington avenue.
Uusiues.s hoti'e on Levee street, above
A gixr cottage, on Twenty-Ninth
treet, near t'oinmereiul avenue.
Store room on Commereial avenue,
vxt to Waverly hotel, 10.
CoMagi of 4 rooies on Twenty-third
-(n et, jO. (iood yard and ei-tt rn.
Good dwelling hou1" on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-seeond and Twenty-tlrrd
t recta, $10.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
pi jilar street, HI
Store room adjoining above,
Jlou-e on Commercial avenue, near
l'jtli street. Suitible. fur business and
fi r..itfiu i.ni')i
Winter Kow, n room
I er month
Will le put iii lir-t-tl ii
dwelling boil: oil
Sixth street and
leJl'i r-on aeiiile i l'l.
Orphan A-yluui building and premi
. Jlent low, to a gMid ten inf,
Stole room, crner Tweiitielh and
W a-liinv'ton avenue, 12 a motith.
l.'ooiu'-- In Mi.' loti- prt . the eity.
1 OK I.F.ASKoi: SAI.K.
Land-, in tra. t to suit, near tVu.i.
laoiiiK Ii.ih or 1-i.lorHilu
Take Mi.; Ateliiniiii, Ton-k'i and Santa
I- f raiii uvl, tic new and -pul.ir line
lioin A t he on and ICan-a t'ity, vi the
lieautifnl Aikans.'H valley, to Pueblo,
''.dorado Spring, I enver, 'annon it,
'ueharus del Norte, Santa Fe and all
point- in Oiloi'ilo, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip ' day tiek-et-
to I eiiver on sale May l.'.tli. at .Vi,
taking in the famoii-watering plae. s on
Ihe d. V II. li. road. I.ow cliiigiaut
rate to the S.m Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping car between
the Misouri river and the Uneky Moun
tain w ithout change. Close connections
made at Kan-:is City and Atchison in
union depots. For map, time table
and the "San Juan guide," adddrc,
T. J. Anhi.hmiv,
lien. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
I.Iiicii IMi per.
l.inen fibre, plate finish, letter and note
paper at the 1U i.i.ktin olllce. Iilue and
cream laid, below St. Loui prices.
Filty cents, at Winter's Gullerr.
K. '. Kuukel's Ilitter Mine of Iron
lias never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptom; mdis
position to exertion, Inns of memory, diili
eiilty of breathing, geuerul weakness, hoi ror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling. dreal
lul horrorof death, night sweats, colJ feet,
weakness, dimness ot vision, languor, uni
versal lasHtudo ot the uiuseular stcin,
enoruious appetite with dyspeptic Vyinp.
touis, hot hands, tUttiing ot tlio boJy, dry
ness of the skiu, pullid eountenar.ee and
eruption on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the baek, heaviness of the eyelids,
frequent black apots flying before the eves
with temporary suttisiou and loss of sight,
waut ot atteuliou, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use t. F. Kuukel'a liitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousuuds are now
enjoying health who have Used it. Take
only K. F. Kunkel'.
Heware of countcrft in and base imita
tions. An Kunkel'a liitter Wino of Iron is
to well known all over the country, drug,
fist themselves make au imitation and try
to palm il off on their customers, wheu tUej
call for Hunker liitter Wina of Iron.
Kuukel'a liitter Wine of Iron 1 put up
only iu jit bottle, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the on 'side with the pro
prietor' photograph on the wrapper of
each bottlo, Alwayi Iqok for the photo
graph on ibe outside, and you Will always
be sure to get the genuine. Ono dollar pel
bottle, or six for $. Sol 1 by druggists and
ALL W0UMS REMOVED ALIVE.
K. F. KunkePi Worm Syrup never falU
to destroy Pin Feat and Htoniaeh Worm.
fr. Kuukel, the only successful physician
who remove Tape Worm in two hour
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun
kel, Mo. Ii. Worth Ninth street, Philudel-
pnia, ra., or eau on your druggist and ask
ior a oouie or Hunkers Worm Syrup
a wot t r.tir.sT).
We mp Hiitlmrif ! to annoim- .lullN II.
Ill il:lsiiN u a ramtiila ' fi.r MmtiD nf Ali x-
anilirroiilit J . Hi tlir ruiniiiK rminty i lirtluii.
Wr arc iintliorinl loiuitmiinri' Hint It. A. K1-iniin'l-cn
m an iti'lcix mlrut IUnilliran rnmli-
ditli' .r Mn'tiiT, ul Hi niKiilnjr i-omity i lti lion.
Wr ar" inillmririit tiiannminrr I'lI Kit M'V,
for an linW-uili'iil cnli"lat' lor shrrilTof Al
ixumli rcoiinty, at tlir nsuitiK fount J- elwtimi.
RATF..H or AnVI'.HriNIXU.
t JA11 Itills Tor alvrrtiinK. arr iIiip ami y
alU' lit Anv Kin a
TranHlrnt ailverti.iiDK will be insi rti-t at tli
rat of II 0 -r aiiiun for tlie flmt inwrtmn
ami .Vi -nt for rli aulwenucnt on A lilxirul
itiiu'oiint will ! nia'l on htamliiiK aiel il
'or inM-rtilii? t'llliirul not ire t 'i Nolle ol
rm-titiK of veictie or aerrvt ur-Wtn 5u r-iit! for
ijii h insertion
CtmiTli, Socitty, Ktival an'l Sii.ir notiiM
will only li in rtel as aMvertim-ruenUi
Ko a'lvciiisnient will b reivl at Ib tlian
Vi ceiiU, anrl no anverti.-rriient will 1 iusertl
for than tlir lo)lur r month
Local Bualceaa Notlrta, of
ten lines or more. Inserted
tn the Bulletin as follows :
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
One Insertion per line Cents
Two insertions per lins 7 Cents
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions per line 15 Cents
Two weeks per line - 26 Cents
One month per line 36 Cents
No Reduction will be made in above
'I tie Ilixi.rTi! pruitiuii
caUtbli-tmient n.ukcs a
Siecial(y of Kill llels,
Xole Heu'U, Letter Heads,
3 bite menU, Curds, Lie Look at these prices:
Small sue bill liui'U, -ir M I) '
Meilium tite bill heads, js r tnousand 3 70
All on fourteen pound pl-r, Car hale mills,
Riti-t two cents xr xniiid higher than mr
u--d by any other oilice rult-i to orb r at the
mills ej)iecuilly tor this ofln e
hUleiui-iits, Carlysle, r l "jo (i "
Leinr llewta, lurlvalr, er I'W) 4 .V.'
Note Ilea l, t'arlyale, tr 1"ju :i mi
Vimliiilt uirda per lockage 'jC
Lupiiih carlo, ?o. 1 -iiy IJri'tol board.
l-r 1'Sjw ii 'j to 4 l 'j
BiiMUi-ss car'U, No I blank, ir ' V)
Cjiurter-Blieet, lialf nheet, tuU-eheet and llirie-
beet pouters, Bt'l clorel work llow st Iuia
I'ainphbt, IJook Work an 1 I'li'e Lists made
SATLPdAV. JIT.Y 1
I. oral Wrnllier Itrpurl
Caiho. III., .lulv 14, liCt.
flAM. I TllK.
Wimu. ! Vat. W'SAiii.
7 a m.
i p .rn
AMr.a W A I -SON,
ttlntiit, Signal Smi.', I'.S. A
Thirty tliousand ut rn-eived J.it the
III I I Kl IN otlice.
dr. Smith ha n moved his otiice u
rooms ) and Winter's blo'k. Kntrance
Oil S'Ventfi tsl'eet.
1'itr tsolo hiiiI I iiiltrt-llK HeMi reil.
Peter Kiddle, repairer of iara-ols and
uiiibpdlas, ha his shr p at ( :;i.ino Saloon,
mi F.ighth street, where he will repair
article-, b it with him in Jit-t-cla style,
nt theviry lowc-t piice-. S.iti-i'.iction
t'ien or no pay demanded. .! ;t
I.oi-hI llrv ilie.
W M tl.
A good w'it-li wiimaii enn lind eiu
I'lnyiu i-nt by applying at Pi 1 1 i in oltii e
Mu-t be a good w a-ber.
t a I h i. : ( Ai t ii.::
Parties having cattle to feed can pur
chas' Ibe la.'st ot distillery slop at Ibe
airo disfilli-ry, at live cent jier barrel.
t'.-2:U:!w II. Si mil, Pmp'r.
llmijl'i HI It KM.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; al-o
two room on same street. Apply at
delta House, Cairo. (-js-tf.
I lit, i'.K.Al i it.
Ke.liieller' Patent Lightning Recipro
cating; Kgg Heater, swei l cream, custard,
w hip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater of 1ST I, and the best in the worlit.
For ido by Cba. W. Henderson, general
dealer in (-toves tin and hollow var
Commereial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. O-'J" lm
J. .i:oiiOE MM.imit:
on F.ighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Uank, i the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or u smooth .shave,
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dres-ed,
either at the shop of their homes.
I I Ailil 11 AM) HMU. ..
A I the store room of C. Koeh, on
Coinmerciai aveuue. No. fjfi, below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made bout and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, bhoes, etc., of his
own make. P.oots and id iocs made to
order of llrst-elass material and satisfae
lion guaranteed. d-21-tf
A So. 1 I.Hiiiiilry.
It I now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Conuuwrcial avej
nues, ha. one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, nnd land
lords of hotel and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. 1 1 er prices aro a follows: Hotel
and boarding-house washiug 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, l'e; peH
dozen, 80c; Kocks, Be; two collars, ro;
two haudkerehlefs, Be; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, HOe. per dozen.
Jjidie plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, ftuc ; white
K dresses, $1 2.V ; ladles' under w are, lino
' m. t, J ill a..
and coarse, !f I i per iwn. -i -u.
tnNlr f'siirl. '
.(ii.Iot P.ro s ye-.terdty motning ad-
Jonrneil rniintr court over until Mnndtiy
'l'U pojuilarnaliMHi, corner Fonrlnth
street and Wahlnlnn avenue, Is open t
the iitiblie. The bar U supiilied with
pure vines, ehoice l'nUoii tind the Illicit
brands of ei;ir.
:W.".tf A. KhAfH, liinii-tir.
Imllrl MortKttf hAle.
I will sell on Monday, the 17th of .Inly,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., nt said day, at the
store bou-e of ,loseih Smith, under n
chattel Mortag, one V'ogal & llgh-'
organ, largo sl.e. For particular en
o,uire ot .Ioii.n IlixiAN, ( onstable.
Mow litem ItiiHti.
Within the last-few days we have heard
many remark as to the weeds growing:
upon the street of Ihe city , and -hould
the authorities see lit to mow them down
they would confer a favor upon the pub
lie at large. Weed on the public, high
ways ol a city so pretention a Cairo are
llinTilden nml llrndriefK I'ole.
The mammoth Tilden and Hendricks
pole arrived in town yesterday afternoon
from I'nity, drawn by eight sturdy
oxen. It will be raised, t.upiam Jesse
Mi llaflle. iuforniH u. some time during
the cominjf wtek on Ohio levee, near
w here the steamer Pobt. K. I.ee lie.-.
At tin: rattle of oil paintings, painted
by Henry II. Myer.s which took place
at Turner hall lat A ednesday evening,
Mr. Henry Vells, cashier of the Alexan
der county bank, was the lucky man.
Mr. Welle" held number oS, which drew
both picture, representing "Mary
Stuart's" Wedding to Henry darnley,"
mid "The LaU Moment of Mary Stuart."
t.iitliosiiiolic In Msl BVor.
.Ml housekeeper who have ever Used
the Charter Oak stove are enthusiastic In
its favor, and say that for all purpose
of cooking and baking thi stove
cannot be equaled. The large flues and
heavy casting, exposed to the tire, make
the Charter Oak especially adapted to
our fcott coal, which is destructable to
cast iron. The reservoir is pronounced
perfect in it arrangement and operation,
heating water just right.
Sewer lobe Ileirrrt.
From Mr. Tim tjorman, superintendent
of street and lralnage work, we learn
that as soon as the improvement on the
Sixth street sewer is completed, the re
pairing ot the sewer on Tenth street,
where it crows Washington avenue
will be begun. The old tile, which i
badly tilled up with mud and other rub
bish, is to lie taken out and new put in
We regret to chronicle tlio fearful acci
dent which occurred to Mr. Will Mcdon
ald, prescription clerk at ltarclay Rroth-
er" wholesale drug houe on Ohio levee,
on Thursday evening. Mr. Mcdonald
niaeed a chair under a gas burner, ami
in attempting to -.ti p upon it to light the
Ms. slipped ai.d fell to the lloor breaking
the small bone of the leg just above the
ankle. He was removed to his room at
the Sr. h irles.
'I lie W en I lie r
I mni evety part of ihe country come-'
the cry of iiiteii-cly hot weather, liven
from ibe iiiounbiiiis of Vermont, and
llulU the l.iliious summer I'esvrW of
Wi-coniu crime complaint of the
heat. We would advise ibe W isconsin
people and their visitors to come to
( airo. At no tune during the summer
ha the thermometer Mood higher than
A eu lirKlce
We learn that a new bridge is being
built over Happy Hollow, at the edge
of Mound Citv, w hich will be good new
for farmers re.-iding above that village
The bridge over this pla -e having washed
away during the floods of last .season,
and the county commissioners of Pulaski
having refused to build another, the
money to construct
pnt up was raised
the one, now being
by public subscrip-
Two colored boy named John I!ruh
and John Kouiiser kicked up a little fra
cas yesterday morning, and Urush, in the
row, struck Pounder with a china pitch
er and cut hi kit hand pretty badly,
liounser iu return kuocked Ilrn.-h down.
Then lrush"s mother become incensed
and had iCouustr arrested. He wa
taken before -fudge ISird for trial, and
lined live dollar. and cost-i, which he
paid and was discharged.
A I.illie -Ihietrr) .
Gil Thursday night while an attache of
the lit l i t. i in was awaiting the departure
of the train near the Illinois Central de
pot, he took oil' his c'oat and laid it dow n
beside him, and joined in conversation
with Captain Billy Williams over the
grand success the Sweepers were about
to accomplish in the organization of
their company. When the two arose to
go, the attache of the IU'llkti.v was
minus hi coat, as was another gentleman
who took passage on the train, of hi
A NmI Oceurrence.
On Thursday evening, between 7
and 8 o'clock a lady named Sirs. Foley,
living on Twentieth street, between Pop
lar street and Commercial avenue, at
tempted to commit suicide by letting her
self down into a cistern with a rope. She
was detected in lu r motives and rescued.
Some ten mouths ago a little child of this
lady, while trying to draw a bucket of
water from the cistern in which Mrs. Fo
ley attempted to put an end to her life,
fell into tin water and wa drowned, it
I said that since this sad occurrence, the
mother has been almost prostrate w ith
grief, and has become tired of lite.
Yesterday afternoon, after the Illinois
i entral train had left this city, Mr. James
John -on received a telegram from a brake
man saying the body of a tnnn had lecn
seen lying near Ihe track a the train
passed by about three mile above this
city. Mr. Johnson immediately informed
Marhal f Josstnan, w ho, in company with
deputy Sheriff .lohn l ain, went to the
trestle work but lound no one. On their
return, however, they saw the Ixidy of a
man lying among the weeds some dis
tance from the track. They went to it.
expecting to find a corpse, but lusteu'li
the man was found to be yet alive. Ib-
was licked up find brought to tin? hospi
tal In thi city. On the way to town he
Informed tlio olllcers that lie had been
lying In the weed near the spot where
he was lound for six days, sick and un
able to walk or attract the attention ot
any one. He says he ha had nothing to
eat for four days. After giving thi in
formation he became h cxhaii-dcd that
bo could not tell his name.
i ol. S. Staats Taylor, who has been
in New York for iotne weeks, is again nt
Mr. II. T. A?pern, a prominent tier
man of Champaign, was in the city yes
terday. Mr. Asperu i the candidate for
State treasurer on the Independent ticket
Mr. A.J. fiomiler, of New Orleans
is at the K. Charles. Mr. Oomiler is a
member of the firm ol (iomiler & Gorden,
one of Ibe lare-t and wealthiest flour
houses in the country.
Mr. K. J. I.'yau, one of the most ex
tensive tobacco and cigar dealer in St
Louis, is registered at the St. Charles.
Mr. John A. Nicely, general agent
for the Seotish Chleftan Insurance com
pany, Is at the St. Charles. Saflord,
Morris & Candee have been appointed
agents for the company iu this city.
dr. A. J. Hoe, formerly of Cairo. and
who i now practising his profession in
Taylorville, is registered at the St
Charles, dr. Hoe. we are pleased to
hear, is prospering finely iu his present
W. II. Turner. Philadelphia; George
H. Newton, Virginia City; George Fowl
er, Piiducah; C. Hathaway, St. Louis;
Captain Oaticy, New Orleans; T. J. Col
lin, Fulton; W. A. Storey. St. Louis,
and II. T. A'peru, of Champaign, were
among the arrival at the St. Charles
The following i a h-f of letter n
nuii ning uncalled for iu tlte po?t oilice at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois. Satur
day. July 15 :
Ladies Allen, Annie; Hadger, Cor
nclico; I5oyd, Millie; Hrown, Annie
Brown. Hannah; Booker, Llla; onnor
Mary; devoniee. Sallie; Hainbey, Mary
Hill. II. A.: Ihrris, Sarrab: Johnson,
Amtlia; lohnsoi , Mr. A.; .Tame?, F.I
mira; Page, MagKic; Pillow, Lucy; Pat.
terson, ( ate; Stovall, I.illie; J-immes
Mrs. A.; Tavlor. Mrs. '.; Wright, An
nie ; Wright. I.iz.ie.
Gents Berry, Henry ; Blank, .Us.
Browley, W. 11.; Conway, Arthur
Crenshaw, fien.; Cunningham, Pobt.
dill, K. M.; Punk, II. C; Gordon, M.J,
Herbert, Henry ; Haniilton, v'.; l.obr
Loui II. ; Markle, .lohn ; Meller, John
i.i-mi'Ut.t , w .; Palmer, A. .!.; I earei
N. A.; I.'omine, A. II. ; Simms, A.; Shaf
fer, Frank; Shallow, Michael; Sander
T.1L: Taylor Bros.; William,! '.; White
K. '.; Wable. Henry, Warn n. Joe
Persons desiring any of the above 1
ters should please say "Advertised.'
til... V. McKkai.;. P. M,
If somebody had a bath bouse in
Cairo it would pay.
The Turners are -till at work tilling
the yard about their hall at the corner ol
Tenth and Poplar street.
Yesterday i said to have been the
warmest ilay we haye had in Cairo dur
ing the summer.
The Invincible held a meeting last
evening to permanently organize their
Il'jsines in the police court of the
city during the past week have been
The work of disinfecting the city
wilh tar and lime we are told will
begin in a few .days.
Business In Cairo lias been more ac
tive during the past four or five days
than it has been for several months past.
New wheat is beginning to come to
market, llalliday Brothers received a
large consignment yesterday, which they
will work up iu their mills.
A negro woman named Mrs. Sher
man, living in the barracks, who ha been
sick tor several weeks, died on Thursday
night and was lurinl yesterday morn
ing. Ir. Brown if Muiiud City, we are
informed, known to many people in tbi3
eity, who ha been in poor health for some
months, is about w move from that place
People who ovu cow iu this city
should be careful of them nt present.
Within the but t i days several line ani
mals have been in ml in the Mississippi
bottom opposite the narrow puago rail
road's" turn-table, and have been saved
with great difliculy from p:iishing.
A party of yung ladies and gentle
men of Metropoli.- and Mouud City came
to Cairo on the spanicr Jim Flsk yester
day afternoon. They went home ou the
return trip of the una!.
Justus Cunniighaui informs us that
he I a candidate !or SUitos attorney at
the ensuing eler;u. nnd gives il as his
opinion that unle.- Mr. Willinni Mulkev.
the present eu'uinbent, "Mir his
stumps," he woi't stand the ghost of
Fishing In flu lakea of Kentucky, op
posite thi city i said to he 'xceilent.
A party ot lour fentleinmi who propose
remaining out mti) to-night, went out
yesterday. Another party ot four or Ave
went to Parkfi's Urow$;ia. the narrow
aue and letnrue.l bt I evening sftrr a
day's pood sport.
Thp J rent Hnllron.l t lehl -nrr lie.
Inrrtl-A Piilillc lirnrtit.
Never hi the annals of railroad history
lins there lwrn so great Inducement
oflerrd to carry our people eastward at
rates next to nothing. Fvery patriotic
individual of our lorty million have,
within thi! last year, encouraged f hem
selves with Ihe hope of visiting our great
National P.xhihiiiou iu Philadelphia, the
immensity of which make hope
brighter nnd laith stronger in the per
petual existence and future ot our
Gieat Kepublic. The iratherins of ten
millions ot our country jeope in the
grand legendary old eity of Philadelphia
and the viewing of the traditional hall of
our first congress, the old Ik II that ran-r
out our independence, the spot wherein
our firm forefathers indited that instru
ment which forever declared us un
shackled and a free people, the broad,
graphic delaware, rich in history of our
struggling ancestors and everything
that could tend to awaken a feeling of
reverence and inspire awe is embodied
within the limits ot that sacred, dear old
city. lhu prominent revolutionary
events, which transpired over a century
ago, are being live d over again, ah I Ibe
rising generation, refreshed by the history
of oursufrering.bravejiinil'plucky patriot
ibe hioirif,,ii njf'ii in of our country".
baptism iu blood is now most fitly com
memorated by the va.-t concourse of all
nations who cheerfully lend their aid iu
celebrating mo.-t properly in Philadelphia
the peace and prosperity which has been
brought about within a century. Then
let us celebrate. The magnificent Ft.
Wayne & Pennsylvania Railway Centen
nial tickets are on sale every w here, and
tins is the only line which runs its
Sleeping Coaches. Hotel Cars, and
drawing-room Palaces without change,
to their new Centennial depot, ; cm
the Leiueunial ground, ft must be re
membered that boarding can be procured
at from one dollar to live dollars per day,
iu Philadelphia, and some of the large
and most complete hotels iu the world
are within Ihe minutes walk of the
grounds. The Great Fort Wayne and
Pennsylvania have hundreds of new ami
elegant coaches constructed purposely
for the Centennial, and are prepared to
run, additional to their three Centennial
daily trains, when required, to accom
modate the multitude. The schedule
has been so arranged as to make direct
connections at all railway junctions.
The American Hoipe, lloston, 1 well
known all over the country for it coin
forts and convenience, and is a favorite
resort with merchants and large traveling
parties. Aside from it central location,
so favorable for business or sight-seeing,
its suites of rooms furnish all the luxury
and privacy of a home to families. The
present management is Ihe same that has
won it widely extended popularity lor a
gene-ration past. dAwlf.
W All IlBl A1CIMENT. KlVKH Itkl'l.sr, I
Inly M IsT'i J
HON. LOW WATKIl.
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Cair 1 II
CiucimiHii 1 U
st. tuia. ! '
New Ctili'.ioa I "
Beloiv iiijdi water of K I
IAMKS V A 1 Si IN.
sergeant, Suniai erv !, I . S. .
.Stciiuier dim Fi: U. Paducah.
" I'olar Star, tow.Tenu. river.
" K. O. Stonard, St. Louis.
Hello ot Shrevcliurt, N. t.
Steamer .Mm Fi.-k, I'aducah.
I'olar Star, tow, St. Louis.
" K. Stonard, -New Orleans.
" Hello of Shreveport, St. Louis.
The dames Fisk had a very fair trip
from I'aducah, including 15 hotheads ol
tobacco tor New Orleans.
The Helle of Shreveport passeil up
without landing. She had a fair trip.
The new steamer K. . Stonard
came down from St. Louis wKlt a fair
starter. She made additions of 400 tons
hero, and went to the bank to patch her
'i he .lames Fisk leaves for I'aducah
at tlve o'clock, prompt.
The Idlewild is due from Lvan-ville,
The tiiiind Ucpuhlic leaves New Or
leans lor St. Louis to-day.
The Joe li. Williams ran herself and
tow head aground near Pittsburg mi
Says the Memphis Aetltiu-tf ol
Wednesday: "Mr. Hugh Hartou liickcr
stafl", a well known river engineer, and
last season secoud on the -Mary Hello,
died at his residence In this eity yester
day forenoon, aed U years and 3
months. Ills funeral will take place this
Yesterday was fearfully warm, and
business about the wharf was mighty
llalliday & Phillips' wlnutboat is
the coolest place, in Cairo, these hot
Rradley, of llalliday Phillips
wharfboat, is our authority that Jewett
Wilcox, of the St. Charles, has "done
gone back" ou drant and the Hcpubll
The New Orleans Virayuitt says noth
ing is ottering there lor Cincinnati pack
ets, while boats destined for St. Louis
manage to secure a partial trip of Havana
siu.ir and sal..
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOB YOUNO WOMEN,
liegins its a.'itlt year sept. l-Uh. Faculty
numbers l, Mnltieut buildings, i;eiier
ous tubla. ThurouKb cjiirso in Kuk11I),
8,ilonce, CUssloi, aud Modtrn LUK"tfe
Cnsur4aseil advantages for uiuie and art.
Address the President, Rev. David H.
Moore, O. It., Cincinnati, O. T-e-dAw-tit.
sip it i a i. xonrrs).
rjsie Her My tliillellii,"
fl.I.-i pert i-r, t-nfMire prepaid, to any ad.lrfsi
HK.r ANt ( IIF.M KST
I'bht published In Southern Illinois.
Will, oreour-c, wish to re all the sli'it
eoiufortsbly and i hesply. To this end the
CANADA SOI THF.RN li'Y COMPANY
hn, through its rnnncctions in the West
and Northwest, placed on snip a Lire
number of I'm ntsis' L'v t rio- Jn kris
st greatly reduced rsto. by which passen
ger en not only visit the Centennial Fx
lubition at Philadelphia, but can. in addit
ion, Kit the principal raMcrn cit ie. with an
opportunity of Mopping at any of the preai
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CAN A lA S C I II-
KKN is the only Hue from the w est running
directly to Niagara Falls, givitur passen
gers, from tlietrjin, a wonderful panoramic
View of the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HOHSi: HI OK FALL, the (iltKAT
RAPIDS, and landing them directly nt the
Fulls. The track of the CANADA sot; I II
I'.UN N an air line, laid w itU steel rail o,
the heaviest pattern ; thrrc are no curves
or grades; wood N used for fuel; Coacli-
are furnished with the Wlnchell Patent
Ventilator, enurirp picfci t freedom from
dust. Wi'h it complete system of nin'.-nif-
eftit PAKLOR M.LKPINU AND DRaW
ING ROOM CARS from tlllt'AdO.
DETROIT AND Tol.KDo, and its adiini
able connections at NIAGARA FALL:
AND Bt FI'ALO with tlu NEW YoRK
CENTRAL AND LRU. R.II.V'AY, Hi
Hiiada Southern i. fast becoming tl.c
FAVORITE LI NET TifE EAsT. Ticket.-
via this popular line c in be .nicnii d tt al
ollices or oiiucctiiiL-lme, or r.t the ec.tn-
pany's own oltice.
Any int'onnatinn cin be o!.t:iir.ed by r.d
dressing FRANK K. s.V'DW ,
Gcn'l I'am. and Ticket A-'t. ITolT.
AK1KIM I US.
WINTER & STEWAItT.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
Advarces made on Consignments. Als
structs ol titles nmde, Ctuveyaiice aim
Collections attended to.
Attention to business, and Kenntiaiucs
St. Charles Hotel,
mm mm to :;:: the ::::::
Room -and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor t2 00 Per Day
Special Rates by Week or Month.
A liuiili'd niiiiibi-r of very desirable family
rooms can be n-cui'i d nt reu-uiiabb' rate, lor tin
I lie Si. I litirii i-: Ibe largest and be I in hniiit
e-l lloiifo in Miiillu rn lllinoi:, and n llu- 1 -.ulnm
Imti I in I airo. Nnt lllieinilintf Hie "I'.nl
lioi'li" reiluclinn in iric", die lublc will,
lUid, be IiIm-iiiIIv nieplud Willi IIh-nctj In-ol'i-vi-l
llmiu' that run be loiiuil in nun ki I .
K ine bun' salnlc nioiin for eoiuiin r. iiil truv-
li r-.. on k'rouii'l lloor, tut- m'cliai ;'r .
tT" All liMiftaL'col iiui- Is i-i.iiM-w - I Iii an. I ll-.ni
the bold H illioiil chin rc-
n.w i.i r w ii. u . 1 1)
4 lli-ir. l'louirlol:
BSsag-All for 31.00.
Ten elcfrant shifts of ( boicc MiedR nrnilitrid
lor the riano Knrte uill be sent by mail on re-
eeilil til one ilollar, tioit puel) m -onijli' rnim-s
at l-i cents each.
i hey etui hI-ii I oi.irrcii thronr li anv news
ili ule in Ihe t ulti-d stan-ri
Ibthiiier ilav.s liistriimi iital 'l oin lliou n
W 11 V can I not folV'i t t larible
Far o'er the aves -Muylalli
lli'li Lift Walls "-Iratisa
Down where thr Violets l iroiv Wcsicnie
W hell Uliblrckstm had his liiy Wealerne
'l h! linui'l t lid f arm linlilce
f lie t'ollet'i- tuii k.O-ii Muildaid
'I'herr's a f'tler ill the Candle Conlr
lloyoll Keully 111 ink be Hid.'
A i Id resH orders to lleiij W. II ilchcock, t'ub
liabeis,. jj J'lurd Aveuue N. Y. -s-tl'm.
olitaini-'l in Ilie t'liited
Caiindu, and hu-
rms as low art
any til her rcliu-
ine. I orroMion
delliX' invled ill Ihe f lli,'-
lish and foreiirn imsnaire.s, iru inventors, At
torneys nt Uiw, and oilier Soliciitora, esits iull
w th those who have hail lheirca--.es rejected III
tlit'haiida ol other altornevs. In reiectid case
our fee are reuauiiuble, and Ho charge is luade
mi leas we ale sueerssllil.
II If y 1 1 1 1 want a put-
1. ent.xend n a ino'tel
cxamuiationiit the iwlent tiflice, and It we think
il iairnialile, will sen I oli impcr-i and mlMie.
and (irosecute your cae. Our Ite will I in or
dinary ca-s s,
1 Ual or written in main M
L't-tt, Kx-Conillilsienerti I annis,
l levelaud. liit I I' helU-y, K.-i.. Sec'v
National liranpe. Loui-Vllle. Ivy . j t.'miiiuiidtir
Ian'l Aiimien, I'. H. N . , ahliiKton. l. C
-,u,l siaiup ' "' "Ciiiiilc lor ubtaiii-
fiiKl'ati'iits," a boon ol . pant's
Ailiiivsa : l.oiitt Milliner A- s o
tors of Patents, WuohiinjUui, 1. C.
Dear Old "Yankee Doodle."
II tings In the h carls el Ihe people I Our bovi
lae whistled it, oaruirlt hate sany end played it
lur sturdy aiea hate marched to II, and now have
t in picture a grand and masterly producers ot art
y A, M. Willard. Ihe original edoras Memorial
fall, el Philadelphia, and is uaily admired bythouf
inds. Thecopflt fire chroiru, and should adurt
tit walls of e.cry Americsri hrn e.
If not found with your f'ctura dealer, tend youi
eer to lhu publisher,
J. r. HY3ER. Cleveland. C
SIZc t8b, 24 Inrhcv
Hl:lCE by ir.all, J J.tC; nou.i'utl reedy lor lra
The last chance for Kod agricultural lamia ou
T Vkaiis' IKkUir. al hix vita i tut- inu-i-,-1.
ixiu't ruu anf risks, but go to a couulrv that haa
been iruved lo be gotal. Send your address by
ihwUI card te Land fmu'r U.lal.li. K.
Vurliugtou Itiwa, and receive frve ropy of Iowa
.nd Nebraake rarratr, with rh art of land, and
J rouml trip rl. J--weu.
In all I heir iM-pnrimrntii
ColnmenciiiK May fat, 1ST8-
Rich Black Silks
The Must ( eli-brated Lvor. U)oms,
-M I 21 ttedured from 1 0,
At M Ml I:p.ikiI in.m S S7,
At XI ?.V bvtui'ed l'roiii H'i l!r.
At J no iii-.iui-td liom Si .-,
Pi'.i:, :',:;:: ::i ii',;;; 1
At Oc llfiluruil lioin Wl !,
At Si Oi lli-duad Iron M 'JV,
At hi y.,v l;, -in,-,, iro in l ."..
At "i r,u i-.iin-.-.i from M so.
tn Camel's Hair. Cheviots, nnt llamaexor-
iliut'd to 7"', hi, 'hi eeiits $ I, from i
tl 'il, $1 7 ' mid J." ii.
Popular Dress Goods
Iq New and Fn.-liion.ihle Fnries and i olurs, til
I Jo. lieibiopit from lHc;
I He b'eilnce,! from -Ve;
y!c. Iteiiii'il fnim "lOtj;
'ilic Ke'lui'Ail from ?!;
tlOe, Koriuer price SikMnlitli'.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
and f 1 J Fornw.ly Sol. I at i
ilS HIKi '.' ".
Ehck ul Scarlet Stella Skv;ls
Al !., SC. and i'. '
Kcliii't'd from $ A t '
LUXA, 0TX3XAK SHETLAND
Ai;l .tor'.- b't.bu'.i'l ininrH to
L adies' and Misses' Suits,
The I .alt -t Puna Sljles from flO I pwaids. t
In ai in' IbeVhoicesi novilln-- ii
KOliMHC liUM I ION ;.
Ladirfl ami Childrcns Un'lcrwcar
An liiinii'ii-e stock of M-'dt fleaiitil'iil
liKI.t A I'.I.K LllilhS
Altai Very ;ivat lU'diU'lion.
Ladies', I hildrcii's ami Cictitlciucu's
i be liest Knidisli. French and lierinan "
All Markeu at l.oWt-.-l l'uasiblv I'raes.
Aro t!i"i"ouvti!y stocked with the best
f:iods, at tin; I west fuckao iiriccs. lieau
tifnl Aliicliciin l'i"int-i at oc. and tie. u r
yard; standard 4-1 bleached morula at Hie ;
I.iiiimI lit: sliii t;i';;s at tec ; New VorU
Mills, lJlo ; and li-i shcctingi at l-;c.
TABLE AKD Ull WUI
Iu ad the Various tirades, iitMiursuitis.
(Which sve k''cii al the Urand Street stor
oulj ), we in o tillering l.iii;:U and Aim l i
eu a tapci-tiir til fl, ftiiiner .'riee fl I.i;
liody liriis.stls in t'l ,'i i, ioriucr :,w fl M;
all-wtml Ingrain at ,"'ic , lie nit r it ice. tajc;
three iy ier.iii s ul l Vd, lunuir nlei,
t'l 60; uil-. loilis al Hoc. to Jim ; fi rnu-r
lrici s, InUs. to h'c.
rS.iiniile of j;oo.ls, and cula'o-uca of la
dies' autt tiiic suils and inu-iin iiudt r
wear, and iul inu' t uiri's, cullit-e of ebare
to all kfftiuiix of lhu l'utted Mutea.
Itulcs lor sell-uicasuieruelit Miit on r-id'H-cat
tm to all parts cl the eouutry.
Iiidi i". for Koods of all kinds will te care
fully allended to, and the KOod iacketl
and toi warded without charge. jauv Jui
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Crand and Christie Sts., N. Y.