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y It. SMITH, JR., M. 1).
OhVt mid Rcsldencr :
NO. 41 TIIIHTKRNTH VrHKKT. f'AIHO. H.T,
I W. IH'NNINO, M.D.
Odlcf tntl R'Mcni'. :
iVKlrK-N. W. rnr. Hlxih a.. m-or Ohio I.ow.
IfKMDKM K iirniT will mil mm i-moi
. K. W. WHITLOCK.
nmi :-N.i. VV, Ciimmi'nli.1 Avenue Ix'tweon
Kltfhth mill Ninth street.
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
)'"KlrS -Eltflilh Street. ncHr ('onim.'nlnl Avcnno.
o p. wheeler,
A 1 1 o vno y-a t -La v.
ii)'H. K-Ohlo l.i'vi'i'. bet. Fourth nmi Sixth
J INi-:iAlt v LANSDEN,
At toi iioy.--at-L.a'.
ii TlrH -No. lt:t t'umiiHTi'i.il Avenue.
W are nntimri.eil til ni.'.oiuiic II. C. I.MK
1.1 N ii :i i iilldiilnle Uir Slicrlfl'tif AhxmiikT iiilllity.
-Illiji'rt ! l the (leCi-iou lit tilt' people ill till' clei l lull
ill Nii"::iI'- next.
THE DAILY MJLLETIX
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
mKFIi I I. I'APKK OF THE CITY AM Col'XTY.
SlilN'AI. OFFICE. I
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'I'lier. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
as T! K II
Miivineiai TlierniiiMietiT. hi-: .Mliiliiiiini Ther
mometer. - : lialnliill. il.im
JAMKS M. WATSON.
Sera't Slu'iial Service., I". S. A.
) liticliv. it Ciiiro gardener, shipped
seventy boxes nf string I u-miis on Thursday
to ( 'hicago.
Robert Oilclii'ist, tried yi tin-Circuit
'on it for stealing letters containing two
lilies from the Arlington Imte!, was yester
-Rv. M. M. Dillon, of Cleveland. (.,
is in t!ie city, visiting liis sun, I!cv. Mr.
Diilou-Lcc. He will reiiinin a few days,
and to-morrow morning pr Oi ut the
Church "f till' Redeemer.
The eases tn lie trietl liy ti jury of the
regular venire sniiiiinmi'il tor Monday, liuvc
lieen postponed to J mil' 7. Ill till' llieim
tini" only i civil cuscs us cn lie trietl
Ict'iii'" t't c inrt without n .jury, will be
Circuit Clerk Reeves is busily tMi.trsijfetl
in preparing a transcript for the supreme
utrt in tic casi' n' the people of the State
of Illinois vs. Cairo anil Viiicenncs railroad,
relating to the obstruction of Cninnicrcial
Pearl Seininion liasacteil in a very un
grateful manner toward Tiik I'ii.i.ktix.
We had niTaiigcd all the preliminaries of a
r ue vie; si event, ati.l now sic has left the
lowh, lii-r lov.'i-anil o'.irs 'lves to nuiurn her
We :uv filail to he ulile to state that
Mis. Dr. Smith's injuries sii-taiiicil liy fall
i;m fro::i the ioreh of her resilience last
eveniiii;. a re not of a ilaiiyeroiis character.
It wii- rumored for a time that the lady j so many of our people yesterday, and the
was seriously injured. ; interest manifested throughout mu-t have
At tic closing exercises of the colored : l,cen gratifying both to Prof. Alvord and
m IiooN, yesterday, prizes, the gift of Mrs. 1 to the members of the graduating das..
Annie E. Sallonl, were awarded to S. 'fay j The seating capacity of the commodious
lor. Ki.'ie Walker and Mollie Clark for hall and recitation room was occupied some
scholar-hips; prizes, the gift of Prof. Pellll. time before the opening of the iXiTci.es.
lo Aimi" Parker and Annie Taylor for pen- Overhanging the platform was a bell com
mansliip: to Ellen Hooker and Laura Smith I kim'iI of leaves and flowers, the tongue of
for pun. tunlity. j which was a large, beautiful magnolia. It
On yesterday, in the county court, j W!,s typical, doubtless, of some beautiful
Judge Yoctini, after full argument, sus- j thought, but as we did not msess courage
tained t!ie objections filed by Messrs, Green I enough to impure what that thought was.
and Gilo rt, on behalf of all the tax-iiavers our readers can exercise their own ingeiiuitv
of Al cider county, to the taxes known
is "Ci.unty and City Registered Railroad
Iat"i'.t Tave-." Judge YoiiUln holds that !
these ta-s were illegally levied and are
- Co!. Lawcry delivered a temperance
speech nt the SeVell-Day Haptist chlirell.two
miles i t.-' of Villa Ridge, on Thursday night
last, to 1 crowd of hearers. Twenty-live
pei'Min- 1 ame forward and signed the meni
Icrship v ill. After the speaking the ladies
circulated a petition against the renewal of
li'pior liens-,, for the Villa Ridge district,
which w - numerously signed.
i . . ... .I , ii,, . , .
mi lis vester-
-'! 1 . . 1 1011 inn caii.
lay, and tittered some Very
11. ark- c .urn the f ntetan'is" f ' ... i, , '
i.i.'ii.'.. The little gentleman said that he j
had got t :ie prize for Writing, and that we
had ie"'. . ;... to state the fact in our school
icpoit , 1 Friday. We imw lia-tcn to re-
jiairihe daniage. and hope Tod will accept
lhii as ;.) anology iii fell i'or the ovov-iolit
e got the p.'iz" and is jtMly iiroud of it,
Willi" oil this snbiect we llltollt alao In ,.v.
;ul nuri'iiology to MasU'f Candee for not
.'iving him hi- full ,!,. , ,.nm.(.,ion
with th- -ame n porl. He made a capital
little sp.'i'ch and should have revived
credit f .r it.
We re informed that Mayor Winter re
seats nil criticisms of his adiinistration as
personal affronts, and intends to retaliate by
personal abiw". We submit that Tiik
Hri.i.KTiN has maile no attack upon the
i lmnu ter of the Mayor, an-l it has no in.
tention ofiliiiiiu; no; hut it lias critii'iseil
certain nctionsof the Mayor official actions
ami has done so more in sorrow than in
linger. And now we ilesire to say that
Tiik Ik i.i.ktis will not lu-situte to praise
Mayor Winter or condemn htm whenever
his official action seems to demand cither
praise or censure. If, in doinjf this, tho
Mayor shall go out of his way to indulge in
utilise- of us, we shall very promptly give to
his honor whatever attention the provaca
tion may sivinto require.
Stoiuks tirst heard nt a mother's knee
are never wholly forgotten. Mothers
Hhould never forget that the sufferings of
their little' ones can easily he overcome ly
the use of Dr. Hull's Itahy Syrup.
It is always the cheapest to lmy the
best. Go to llartman's where you will tind
the only jrcnuine fruit jars and jelly glasses
sold in this city.
Fou Hkst. A larije store-room situated
at Ohio Levee. 2jxlC" feet.
For Sale. A luiirgy, harness, etc.. also a
No. 1 piano.
For further particulars inquire of
A. P. Sl'lloKPKIt. A.u'ent.
No. fjil) hio I.eVee.
H.VltWooli iSc Son's I'rotesslotial dead
hall, also, the Ixmndiiiu' rock, t I'yatt iV:
Co.'s, corner Twelfth stivet and A"ahini.'ton
Day Bo.M!1kks. At the Thornton house.
opposite the New York Store, if HI (Ml per
month; also hoard with funiMiol rooms.
Cam. at llartman's Crockery Store and see
the tlnest fruit put up in the iviiuine lloyd
Top and Mason Jar.
Tiik (iernian Lvtle ran School, on Thir
teenth street, taught hy Hew Mr. Duischm r.
will be open during the Suiniiu r months,
to i;ive childr.'ii wlm attend the puMic
scIiihiIs an opporturnity to learn the Ger
Ai'Tocn i'iis, i:ik.:a:ids, scrap-lionks.
pockcthooks. copy-I io!s. at Pyatt A: Co's..
Twelfth and Washington avenue.
I wii.i. sell on casv terms my farm sit
uated in i'ulaski county, rontainim,' One
llundivd and Sixtv Acres in cultivation.
jooil improvement-, in all re-pects; situated
three mites northeast of Caledonia.
M.vninw lo ii.
For infurmntion, apply to John llo.iii.
Tiik Turner Sin iety will give their ! iilt-
delaycd pic-nic on Sunday next. sure. All
the arrangements have heen pcrf-ctcd to
secure a really g'o'l time. Ura-sand strmy
music will he on hand and anui-einents of
various kinds provided. Let everyhody
prepare to have a yood time.
Sni.i. Tiiky Com r.. Another lar'e and
line assortment of lahy carriavji'S and liug
gies just received and imw on sale at D.
Mart man's, corner Si xth street and Com.
men ial avenue.
KIKTII AXXIVKIISAIIV KXKIK i..;-:s AT Tin: I1IOII
, MIIIMII. Ilfll.DIMI VKsl KliDAY-TIIK ol:.
UfATIMI ( l.ss OK I'UKSKNTATION OK
I'ltl'.KS IIKMAIiKS OK MKS-1IS. KISIIKK
AND (III Kill A Mi's l( . I'UAYKII, l.TI .
The closing exercises of the scholastic
year of the Cairo High school never fail to
command a large attendance of the
parents and friends nf the pupil
and of those intev.'-ted ill the
cause of public education ' and the man
agemeiit of our .-chools. The presence of
in arriving at a solution of it. Extending
across the hall and over the plat-
form, in large letters of evergreen. Were
the words '"i'alinae Non Sine Pulvcre."
The busts of Shakespeare, Webster, ( lay
and Douglas were gracefully entwined
with maple branches, while cluters of
flow en wi ve 1'lm.u.t nt inli t spill I ; tloollul.-
out the rooms. The nrrangeineiits. in all
respect, exhibited care and taste, and were
pleasant to the .sense-. The exel( ie began
at the hour announced, and from beginning
1 1 conclusion were uniiiarred by anything
to interrupt their harmony: and if we ex-
'''l1' incident of the diplomas, which
created some merriment, the programme
was literally carried out
Prof, Alvord announced as the opening
feature of the exercise, an overture which
was rendered by Mi-s Cnrli. on the piano,
I This was followed by 1,11 appropriate
I ptayer by Rev. Mr. Morrison,
I U" n U",.:M il. ti...
i "Wood Nvnmli" to an aci aunii'ininieiit In-
Miss Carrie I'nglcs,
"He read; he reasoned; he cola 'hided ;"
the title of an essay by the prize member of
the graduating class Mi.s Mary Mac
Cavender- followed. This young lady ac
iplitted herself w ith credit. Hint deserves the
encomiums her friends heaped upon her.
Her manner is unaff.'cled, simple and win
ning, her delivery excellent mid the mat
ter of her essay vindic ated the views It cx-
pressed up'Hi originality. She BUcceedeil
in presenting Ideas that nru not new in
good English niul in mi aUractive torm. At
the conclusion of her reading she was
greeted with n shower of louiiets.
Miss Mac C. whs followed ly Miss. Hen
rietta Mc Ewen in tin essay on ''N'iglit." It
was an excellent piece of comixxtition, full
of lieautiful sentiment, lieautifully expres
sed. There were some really notatde pus
sages in it, which would have lieen tnnde
more effective in delivery if it were not
for n timidity on the part of the graduate
quite natural under the circumstances. As
it was. Miss McKwen lias reason to feel
proud of lier effort, and earned the flowers
that followed her exit from the platform.
The idea conveyed in the title of Miss
Cora M. Stratton's essay "Palniae Non
Sine Put vere" afforded ample scope for
thought and good writing, and the young
lady succeeded in grasping lioth advant
ages. Her reading was excellent and
marked throughout !y perfect self-possession,
while her treatment of the subject
showed she had devoted hoth study
and taste to its composition. Like
those who had preceded, a line
floral frihiite was awarded her.
Mrs. I.atisdeii then favored those present
with "Let Me Dream A:i!'i," with piano
"The Prayer of Ajax." hy Miss Margaret
Emilv I.orlin, followed. This vounir ladv
was vigorous lioth in the handling of her
siiliject and in the manner of its delivcyr.
An ingenious Mending of sentiment and
reasoning marked the production, and he
sides numerous small lioeiUcts. she wa the
reciptent of a lieautiful pyramid of ttovers
An cs-ay on "Words." hy Catharine Louise
Alvord w as, in some respects, an uniipif pro
duction. It hore tin impress of originally
and would reflect credit upon pretei.tioiis
writers. Her reading, cspeciallv of the
passages from H unlet, was excellent, a ml
commanded the praise, in our pivsenre. of
some severe critics. A spirit of life and
eariie-tni'ss pervaded the effort, and j wa
in every w ay worthy of the unstinted praise
be.towed upon it. At its conclusion came
the inevitable bouquets.
MissEthY Mary Close's essay ( (ut of the
Old Colll'Th the New," concluded the work
of the graduates. This young lady, like
her predecessors, won golden opinions.
She was fortunate in the selection of the
title of lu r essiiy. and ciiially fortunate in
dealing w ith the matter of it. Her reading
was listened to with interest and pleasure,
and at its cunclu-ion her friends manifested
tlieirapprobation of her endeavor by a pro-
fll-i.'!l of boUilefs.
"Not for Gold imr Jewels H ire" a song
by Mrs. W. P. Wright, followed.
After thi Prof. Alvord made his an
nouncement about the diploma-. It was
greeted with merriment by the audience,
who seem to fully appreciate the situation
and sympathize with the cla-s in their
The graduates being arranged around the
platform. Mr. Gen. Fi-her. member of the
board of education, addressed them sub
sfantiallv, as follows:
My Vol no Fiiikmi- : It falls to my lot
to .-ay a few words to you in behalf of the
You have completed your course of study.
Some of you have attended Ho school but
olirown. l oil have tlone well, lotiliavi
been faithful students, and won the .aiioio
val of your friends and of the schiH.l board, i ,m.v pb"iat. m a manner pe. e.i ir to
Vou have high hopes for the future, him-elf, launch".! out into a hap .y di-ipu-i-These
hall- will know yon no more, but , tioii. upon "word-," in tin- dictionary 1. -other
scene., other friends, other associate. L,.llt.(,ion. ; ..p.senting '.. Mi-s Gol'd-tine
will surround von. . . , . . . . . .
Some of vou will pmlKl.lv seek a higher M''T I'" surprised ami ..adde,,, ,! the
education in other institutions. Some of audience by the announcement ,,t the acci-
you have proiiaiily now closed your -cliool ;
life, and will enter upon your life work.
Vmi have our hot and higliot w i-hes for
Vmi will remember that our own sweet
-inger, has said :
I.lvi- of '.'real men all retnltnl :
W" 1:111 rii ik'1 our live. 'i!ilini.
Ami ii...'irllli'.' leiiv" liehitnl nn.
Ko.'i print- on llie .fli.. nf tini".'
Knot lii lnt" tleit ierleii- limit Ii t.
s-iilhi'.' 11. t lle' ol, .nn, 111 'ii 11.
A lo.'loit, mi.l "iilpttri'. k'il liruther
s.'i'lie,' li.iil tak" lieart :i"!i:a
I repeat :
"l.lv... uf "teat tn.'ti all r"iiilti't ii
We c.'ia tieik" our IK.' saliline"."
And yet hundreds do not make their lives
sublime. Look over this community and
all other coniiuiinities. Thousands fail to
make their lives sublime.
Vet this aiuo sweet -ing"r says in another
"M.v life I-rolil an.! ilark mill iln-iiry :
It ruhi utnl Hi" whnl i never w.airv:
My thoic'lit. tlll rlliu In the inoiililei lie.' ii-l.
"lllll III" Ilolh"" of VOIItll f ill tilll'k 111 III" tllll-l
Ami II." (lie,- iir- il.u Ii nmi ilr-ary.
Yes, the hope-of youth fall thick ill
the blast, and nre dark hu.I dreary."
Many a good ship, laden with the riches
of nation-, goes dow n in mid is'i-an, or it i-
. . 1 . t 1
wrechcn upon some island snore and never
real lie. iii.il
M,,,,.1 . .
.Many a voting man or voting woman
starts out with bright pro-pei ts laden with
the fund hopes of friends, but awakes in
mid -iiie to find all .lo-t.
How. then, can we attain success; How
call We Inake mo lm,i siililoiui'
Li-ten to the voices of the Past, the bard
I of Avon -ay. :
! ( roii, H,. ii. i , ire..... ti. m,,..-1,,.,,.,, 'imi.ni.ia:
I ,'! "in I' '1. Hi.' :ill:e.; ,,u ,101 1,1111 tlll'U
j I He illf,",. of ,. l, ,;,. 1,,. h l.v'l: love II, V"
I ."Il l,l"l
f.,'1 Ml! the ..,,. II., , alm'.l t ,:. 1 1 v III "' .
I lli.v I...,!', niul tottl, "'., . f th,, ii' full'. t n. ( rum-
Thou t.'ill'.t ti i,. , ni.ainr.
Li ve thy-elf la-t. Aim high. That old
sweet -inger, linage Herbert, wrote nearly
three hundred year- ago;
I. Pitch thy behavior low, thy pro
jects high, Then -halt thou, humble ami
magnanimous, be sink not in spirit, Who
aiiueth at the -ky -hoots ,iu.r mi,,.' tinn
he that mean, a tree.
- Let Jour puipo.es be -ingle. Yoll
annot,.cc.npli-h everything, The world
is large, the Held of learning is very broad
You cannot doeverythino. J i-U -:i t -:t 1 1 -
(Nil. .u L ll .o . .. I '
. Let your inn a io.es .
iranes is ii-ua V "no. I at non,.
!l. Work hard.
IVn't be afraid of hard work, head work,
heart work, tmnd woik, nil kinds of work.
With a high aim, with s'ligleiiess of pur
pose awl hunt work you will succeed.
Hut the past has other voices. Nearly
tlfty years ago Miss Mary Leyon estalilished
a lioarding school for young ladies. One
of the rules of that school was that every
student should spend a half hour each day
alone with her liilile and her God.
This is a fast age. and growing faster und
faster each year. Men will not think. So
Miss Leyon determined hy a rule of her
school to establish a habit of earnest, care
And the success of that school has been
It has sent out its hundreds of earnest, con
secrated, cultured women, who have gone
out into various tields to engage in the
Its influence for good lias probably far
surpassed that of any other female school in
the country, or in the world, for the past
fifty years. The still hour has done its
If we start on a journey by railroad the
engineer comes around at short intervals
and gently taps the wheels with a light
hammer to see that they have the true ring.
(tut on the ocean, the master of the ves
sel frciuctitly takes his reckonings, to be
sure that no secret currents are taking him
.. i , i,. . . i i
i nun nis course, ism men ann women riin i
on without thought without care. We
need the still hour.
More than one hundred years ago Dr,
Isaac Watts wrote:
"Niir let mil "lutulier clme ve.nr iws
M.'fure vou've reinlli'eleil twltv
'I'll" tr illl uf Hi'tlnlu lliriMI'ii Hie ir'.
Where lene my lew rhu.e i,ut the iv.
Wll:ll ll:ive 1 li -inieil wh.Te'er I'M' Ihvii.
Fnmi ;i I've ht'iiril. from :i!l l'veeen.
Winn kmiH I incirelleit'K worth the know In.'.
Whiit Si.nve I Mime thai'- wurlli the ilnini;:
Whin hnve I noiiL'ht tlint I xhoiiM -liuii.
Wli.'il ilntv h.'ivel h1 nniioiii'.
Or Into li.it new loll I.'. rin :
The.e -i-'.f liuiiifrii - nr.' lie- ro.nl
"I'll :it le:iil to irtil ami M lio.l
Another old writer says :
"It's greatly wi-e to talk with our past
hours, and e-k them wli.it report they've
borne to Heaven, and Imw they might have
lmrnc more welcome news."
Aud (plaint old George Herbert say-:
"Sum up at night what limit h i-t done
by day, and in the morning what tin hi hast
to do. Dress and undress tliv -oiil : mark
j ,k',:,.v growth of it: if with thy
watcn tnar. t'si. ne uown. men whim up
both, sine we -hail be iii..-t surely j'ld
make tliv accounts agree."
Again this quaint old writer says
I!,- ..II ,,... e.e ..,i,...t!i.s t..' 1. 1. .il..n..-
sulittc thvs.'lf: -ee what tliv soul doth Wear:
v " ' . .' . ...
dare to look in thy cher. for 'tis thineown.
and tumble up and down w hat tb"it tindst
Again, my friend-, I comment you to the .
Ilible and to a firm iru-t in God. i
With a high aim, -ingieiie of purpo-e. '
and hard work, with a proper u-'ofthe-Ilible.
the -til! hov.r. and ,i firm tru-t in .
(iod, voit will succeed, i oil cannot 1. ul.
Whatever your station may be: whether
high or low. in tli- pah.ee or cottage, your
lite will I" r.'nliiu,. ami wlrn you -hall
la-s away a halo nt' glory will re. ever
vou r grave- and future generation- w ii! rise
lip to call VI. It li'e-sed.
I coinmeii.'i !" yi i: ;!,e Uiiile. the -till
hour and rru-t in G. i.
Prize, were th ii awarded :.- follows:
Fir.t jdzi "Weli-let's Di.-'ionaiy:" to
Mi-s Mary Mai 'avei.der.
Sec in. I priz' " IhTiiti''. Library of S.oig
and Poetry:" t M'-s Anna Go!.i-'i:i.
Third priz "'I'iir ('ennui", of S i.ig;"
to Mis Lizzie Wooil. ( ".a-- .
The-e prize- were the gift of Mr.. Amri"
E. Saflbrd. a member of th" board of edu
cation. The name of Safford and tie- Cairo
Public Schooj. hav b". .i;ne syuon inou
Prof. Alvonl called 'ijM'n Mr. J-Jni H.
Olicrly to make the pre-enti'tioti-. and that
; gentleman after indulging in a few prelimi-
dent the vener il'ie A i!i-r n poet had sus
tained; and after giv ing to Mi-s Wood her
prize, pronounced -onie lining word- of
eulogy upon the life and character nf the late
Mr... .!. M. Laii-den then sing Robin
Adair, and after a benedictien by l!ev. Dillon-Lee.
the exercises closed.
Si'iii' that terrible cough, and thii- avoid
a consumptive's grave, by taking Dr.
l'ierce's (Johleii Medii al Di-ci.viy. Asa
cough remedy it is unsurpassed. Sold by
Wantkd At tie- St. Chart
woman to do first class laundry work: mu-t
be ipiick. and competent to do fine work.
Ti, otfl, triu.,1 li'.i.t'i.u Itill ).., him. I
Hl'Y none I Ml t the genuine Jloyd lop and
' f . 1 '. .1 1 1
M:1'" J,ir- il" " '"' ' UHarailteed
! to keep fruit. Can b -had at D. 1 1 it tin ail's
I Crockery Store.
Mas. S. Wn.1,1 .ii, for the next w k.
will offer an extraordinary i Ii-mi line of
I tuillinery goods und notions to hei ctistoiners
1 ""' l,"',,lr ijetierally. As the season
! is advanced, she wishes to dispose of le i
slis k and has determined to offer it at j
price-that cannot be resisted, lieautiful j
Iieck ties are marked nt 111 cents; good
ipi tlily ho-', 10 cents; handsome -ilk neck
handkerchiefs. cents; linen ami cambric J
handkerchief., o and 10 cents apiece, ,,il
many other notion. ami seasonable goods
in proportion. She has a full line of slr.aw
hat. for ladies and children in all the de
sirable shape-, mid has mark"d them down
to almost wholesale prices. L;,(iiM
wish to niak" splendid bargains in any j
kind of millinery ami fancy good- should .
not fail to embrace the opportunity now of.
fereil them. ' I
Laiii.I'.t and tlnest line of papeteries in !
the citv nt I'valt ifc
, ' ! ''' ' ' ,""
I'kKI t (III, L'fllt lul.' I
the city, at Pyatt A Co's., Twelfth and ,
R.ss.Aund sen Nkiii piHket books, al-
Iiltms, etc.. at Pyatt iV Co. s, I weltth mid
Coinmerci il avenue,
flAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JUNE 11.
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