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NETS OF 7HS Cm,
In Jail.- TIiIi moriilnjc tlicro veto
four nii'M nnil onn woman in tlio cliy
Hki-aiiikh. TIio lulorior or tJm liffi
scliool room is nnJcrgoltit' loroti;li re
jinlri. week of tlio grost ntict'n snlu nt Scliult?
MomKn.-Oir friend, Mr. 1. Itellly,
ii tlio lianj'' C"";r ofn ow girl bnb.r.
Tlio Interest'"!-' event hupponod tlil morn
ing iVvT l'ouar.T Dvin T. iirkcra great
miction salo of'sliawlt nml dress goods nt
&hujtz' old ilauil tlili evening and to
morrow. At Ci.voix.vati. Mr. C. C. Dnvldton
of tho Unllnrd Tobacco Warehouse, Cuiro,
is t tlio great Cinclnuati Tobacco Fair,
with CO hogsheads of tobacco.
ltr.AB tlic notice to contractor! for pro
posals for Uccxl it Mntiti' now building.
It nppcan undor tlio head of now adver
llicmtnli. 01. II. II." A loiter from tills gentle,
man, now rusticating nt Crittenden
Springs, will bo found ulsowliero in this
Irue of The Dullv.tix.
iTvikie llnoj. Wo havo been informod
tlmt.ludgo Hross proposes to go Into Ims
1iips in tliis city during tho coming full or
winter, nd resign nil his olllcos.
Sot.t). Tho old liuirket house was seld
veitcaday to Mr. Thornton for $825 scrip.
MrHalo's bid was (200 . Huiankvs. 1205:
Thornton's, $210 j nnd then by Jumps ef
$j and 15 up to 1325.
Tut; Ttov. Mr. Footo writes from tho
deck of n vessel In Lake Michigan, to tho
Sun, nnd gloriiies tho bounty of tho waton1,
skies aud ladles. Ho Is on his way to Mac-
To us Continued tho great auction
sain of linen handkerchief, napkins, tublo
cloths, sheets, towels, etc, etc., Is still go
ing on nt ijchultx's old stand, morning, af
ternoon and evening.
O.v Fihi:. In tlio Dohnonlco .Saloon, on
Monday night, n gas Jet sot 11 ro to tlio tnr
telan coverings of tho mirrors and pictures.
Thero was danger, for n time, thu, tho
flames would communlcato to other Inllani
mablo materials, but they wero extinguish
e.l leforo any great damago wns dono.
It' IT IS T1IK0W.V I. V YOLK TEETH.
That you do not your dental apparatus
In proper trim, It W y.ittr own fault, for
nil tho world knows that you might do so
by using tho matchless vctjetiblrt ilcn tri
ll co Sozoiiont.
".VrAi.M.vo'it tluvt." Cheap, Conven
ient and ISeful. Mends everything,
Conmiiiai. Felicjtv. Nothing tends
more to C'linublal hntptii(i thu cheerful
ami health v Infanta mid children. Mrs.
Whltcomlt't Syrup Is tho great ulilldriu'
C'Ar.TwniauT. Tho Iter. Dr. Cart-
wrlght, n great pioneer preacher of tho
Methodist denomination, will locturo to
night in tho Methodist church. Hu will
leu in : ins own occeniric manner, wu
story of bis early days. Admission, SO
Tall. At tho Juno term of tho County
CV.irt, Alexander 1'crrlll, Justice of tho
IV see In Oooso Island precinct, presented
an inquest which ho hud hold on tho body
of an unknown mail, found in tbo MI.I-
sljijil river at "Parker' Landing,1' who ho
describes aj being six feet iiiuo Inches
high. "How's that for high?
A Family TiiKAeuitn. The happiest
ur 1 b it member of a family I usually
f M the light of tho of tho homohold,
W'4it. besides being happy nnd cheerful
hi i, if, or herlf, ho or shu makes nil
die happy or cheerful. Tho Charter Oak
Stove is such u trcaiuro.
Yot-sutn by twenty years it tho
nppwirnnco i,t tho man of fifty, or tho
lady of never mind how innny'iuniiwir.
after ho or she ha charmed nwav tho
gray hairs with I'iulon'. Vitama.
I'leiuantf clear, and transparent. No
.Sold by all druggists and fancy goods
Kt. l'ART.vin. Vo Isirn, from tho
l'aducAb hentuehian, that on Monday
morning, last, n new motnber of tho linn
of John Martin, Jr., A; Co., tnndo his ap
pearance Ho was twenty-four hours old
yesterday morning at early breakfast time.
Wo are sorry to hear tho boy was born in
l'aducah.iutthtttis his tnlsfortuno not
bli fault, and nollbcral minded man will
rait it Into bis Urth in tho future. Call
him John, Martin.
Not So. The Uulletin, tho Sun
charges, Is OlspUased became Colonel
Graham bas been removed from the. Cairo
postolQco. "Wo can assure the .Sua that
thero is in this charge no truth whatever.
Colonel McKcIng suits us, and wo do not
blamo M unu for having him appointed. Hy
doing so ho has provided u place for the
rolativos of lili owner and for his own
e.. .n 1 1 ti Ti f lib. .. !...., . . . .1
Colonel to hit own advantage, When w
can help put out n worthy Republican of.
ilco-liolderlikool, Graham wo like to do
AoTioNor tiik Uot:.vru, on tub C. &
V. K. I!. Wu eniiiiut buliovu tho Honrd I
of Aldermen neted wisoly In refusing to j
ndopt tlio resolution coiicornlng thn Cnlro
and Vineotine rnllrond horetoforo adopted I
Jy tlio fcolect Council.
JCt us look nt tills, mutter n moment.
Jn 18C0 Urn ritv nf CiiImi suhcrlbrd
$100,000 or lU Inilids to tin- capital ctiok of
thu Cairo nnd Vincciiht's rnllrond com
pany.. Tlio !ubcription wns nindo with-
outany condition i-xci-pllngtlml the bonds
should not bo Nsucil until after tho road
had been completed a certain number of
miles and the rolling stock placed upon it,
Afterwards, tho Council resolved that, for
and in consideration of tho sum of $5,000,
the commencement of tho work within six
months, and the prosecution of It with ns
much diligenco ns possible, tbo city would
soil Its stock to tin- company.
Ihls Is tlio whole of It. Cnlro has sub
scribed to the rond, and its bonds mnt b
issued oven If thn work hould not be
completed within llfty yonrs. Tho tlmf at
wiilcli the roud must be flnlnhcd is not n
condition of thu ngreomcnt.
Hut, for some reason let us call It tho
incompetency of Oon. Hurnsidi) tho
work on tho rond has not been pushed for
ward ns rapidly in It should lmvo boon;
nnd now It becomes necessary to maku new
combinations in order that tho work may
bo completed. Capitalists sny: "AVo will
tnko tho enterprise In lirind, Gen. Hurnside,
If you can get thu towns and counties that
. .. .. .
nnvo mauc iiomitions to tlio ronu to say
again, that, If work on thu road should
bo commenced within a certain time,
and finished within n cortulit
timo, tho donations will bo Hindu ni prom
ised." "Why should nny city or county
rcfuio to maku this promise? If it Is
mndo nnd tho road it finished tho bonds
must bo Issued; but if the road Is not built
the city will not bu nny the worso for its
notion. Tho only question is : "Is Cnlro
willing to glvo $100,000 of Its bonds to
lmvo tho Cairo nnd Vlnccnncs railroad flu
!thcd nnd put in worklhg order?" Ifshi
is, the Council should voto up tho resolu
lions voted down by tho Hoard pf Alder
men on Monday night, Unco that Is sub
stantially tho (ptetion which is put to tho
Council In these resolutions.
Hut it hns been said by ono member:
ni i .... ...
"iwuge, J.oru iv uo. are our do Mors; tlicy
have cheated tho laborers of tho city f ami
therefore I will not voto that If tho'road is
built within n certain time tho city iditill
glvo to the Calm iV Vinrenncs company
tho bondi promised." This may be forcl
ble, but Is no argument. F.vcn if Dodir.
Lord it Co. doouu somo luborers, Is that
reason for depriving Cairo of the irreat
bonetlt of tlio proposed road?
Shall wo bite otr our own noics
to splta our faces? Mayor Wilson bases
Ms opposition to tho extentlon of timo on
as weak a pretext. "Why voto that if thu
rood is built wo will Usuu theio liniuts,
Tho rond will nev.-r bu built. If thu
Mayor is correct, wlmt Inirm will result to
tho city hy anying to tlio company "If
you bilfl.I tins mud wu will glv.iyou $NVl.
fO). ' If thny dn nr.t build it tho ntty
would not ini n nt jRxirar ; If, contrary
to the Mayor's expectation, It should l
built, tho city cuii widlnlford to glvo tho
A great deal depends upon tho Cnlro
and Ylncciines road. All thu mamifiictur
Ing Interest which arc tee king to obtain u
foothold In; Cairo rtgard that rond as of
great importance to their bu.lnc.s, nnd it
seem to us thu railroad interests of
thu city all hlngy upon thu success
of this cntorpr In l iking netlon,
therforc, that Jeopardise, all these
Interests thu Hoard of Aldermen nsiumcs
a grent roponslblllty.
The Fu.su ion in k Kkliki or Sick
and lJihAiii.i:iiS:AMK.v. George Fisher,
Ksq., Surveyor of Customs nt this purl,
has culled our ntteiitlou to an act pasted
nt the last scion of Congress, which will
bo Interesting to our rlvcrmcn. Thu act
Is ontllledi "An net to ro-organliiu tho
marlnu hospital .ervieo, aud to provide for
thu relief of iek and disabled seamen.
Tho lrt section provides "that from and
after thu Jlr.t day or Auguitt, eighteen
hundred and seventy, thero shall bo aos
od and collected by the collectors or cus
toms nt thu ports or tho United .States,
from tho ma-tors or owners of every ve.sel
of tho United States arriving Irom a for
eign jKirt, or of registered voiols employ
ed In the coasting tmde, tho sum ofrorty
cents per month ror each and ovory ea
man who shall have been employed on said
veiel since la was lu.t entered at ntiv
port of the I'nlted Stutet, which said um
said master or ownur i hereby authorlr.ed
to collect and retain from tho wages of .aid
Ilyftec. 7 tho term vessel Is held to in.
elude every description or water craft,
raft, vshlcle and contrivance used or ca
puble orbclngiued as n means or auxiliary
of transportation on or by water.
Tho law went into fortu on the 1st or
August, beroru which timo only twenty
cents were collected, a tax which fell fur
short of returning un amount sullielent to
defray the oxpemes of thu marinw hospital
strvice. JTho current expenses amount to
nearly half a million per annum, which the
now tax will not even provide for. Con
gress has appropriated 160,000 to incut
citlmttod deficiency for the tlseul vear
ending June 1, 1871, and It Is estimated
that by careful attention to tho collection
of thu tax tho sum tt ?3t0,000 ctin bo rhl
Fkuim. Vvsterday was a day prolific
Infigbu, Two Gorman butchers went for
w-h oilier about a beef; h dealer In edl
blesand drinkableshudasetto with afriond
of his; a large i.mn struck a smallor man
who Insulted him, and tbo Inevitable Ar
thur lioyle troune onoof his bricklay-
Hked V; Mann'h FiiofosED New Hun.
iii.vu. A few inomontsof our lelsuro time
to-day wero spent In thuolllco of 1). Itonde,
nroliitect, who is nlways plcnsed to seo his
friends nnd lmvo them examine his work.
"Wo weru invltod to oxanilnu thu ulniis
nnd spoclllcntions of Messrs. Heed ii
Miinn's new storo house, to ho ureeted on
thu Ohio Luveo, In this oily ; and wu think
wu do but Justlco to thu proprietors and
tho architect when w say that tlio buil
ding will bo a ijcod Index of the public
spirit nud iminiflcoiicc of tho former and
of the skill of tho Mtor. All of the plans,
detailed drawings and specifications are
gotten up In beautiful nrtlstic style, and In
tho inii'l practical mnutior, showing the
method of construction thoughoiit tho en
tire building oven to the minutest dotalls.
The dimensions of tho building will bu
J.'. .x 11.1 feet, tube built two stories high
ubovo basement. The leveo front pre
sents usolld and substantial yet bonutlftil
Had we a few more such buildings
creeled on our lovoo its appcaranco would
ho greatly Improved.
To all parties contemplating building,
wo would say, call on Mr. Hcado and se
cure his services, as he is a practical
man aud thoroughly conversant with
everything required in his lino of busi
ness nnd Is thus enabled to, ns ho does,
guarnntco satisfaction to all his patrons.
Attention of contractors Is called to ad
vcrtl'cmont in another column.
Tho entire building is under tho super
vision or the architect.
The Su.viuy .School Conventiox.
The committee of arrangements of tho pro
posed mass Sunday school convention And'
it difficult to procuro n hall In tho city
largo enough to answer tbolr purpose It
has been proposed to construct a wigwam ;
nnd tho proposition wai about to bo acted
upon, when it was suggested that tho
market homo might bo mado to itrro tho
purjiojo. Tho agreement between tho city
and the purchaser Isthat the building shall
bo removed within thirty days from tho
timo of talc. Tho house was sold yester
day, tlio '-M, and mutt bo removed before
tbo '.'d of September. Tho convention will
bo held on tho Ctb, 7th and 8th of Septem
ber. It will be seen from this that, unless
the Council can be induced to extend tbo
time of removal, tho building cannot bo
used bv tho convention, evn if the pur
chaser should be willing to allow its use.
Mr. Thornton, the purchaser, has con
sented, and a petition asking the Council
to allow tho building to remain sixty In
stead of thirty days in its present location
will, wo understand, be presented Friday
night. And, of course, tho Council
will grant the prayer of tho petitioner.
Dead. Many of our readers, who wre
hiit friend, will bo. astounded when they
rend thu announcement that "Toppy"
frali- ik dc;id. On thu -Hli of hist month h
lumm to Cairn from Memphis, wh.iru h
mix been worklnir In tho tiiWranh offlca for
iibmit a vour, and w.u in the possesion of
mcrellent health. Ho remained amonc hit
fritnds hero for a week or two, and lolt
tliom with tlio nssuranru that ho would
nguln visit them In a short timo; but how
iiiiceitaln Is life! This morning, when bo
win about to nriso from his bed,
tho inexorable enemy of life struek
Id n, nud ho died ns suddenly as if a
thunderbolt had pierced his brain. Un
fortunate Crnlg I He was just In tho prlmo
oflifc, and had n hot of friends, who will,
In sincerity, lament his death. Kind
hearted, lllrnl, u true friend, in Ills bus!,
lies most prollclent, gentlemanly nud a
gentleman, he wns n limn more than ordi
narily useful in this world; and, when
time had cooled down tho fuver of his
youth, would lmvo takon hi placo among
that chi of cltiaent who Milno with only
n gentle light but maku society cnjoyablo
and thu world prosperous in its Industries.
Mr. Craig was n nutive of Auburn, Now
Yorkshire his parents and other relatives
now reside. Peace bo with his soul.
Coxuhekmionai. anh .Sk.vatoiiul Dkl
kii atkx. Thu following gentlemen were
appointed delegates from Alexander
county totho conventions which meets at
Metropolis, lu-itior ow, 4th tut.
Hariniin Able, M. 1). Guntor,
James Muleahoy, Wm. 11. Green,
Jno. II, Miilkoy, Joseph Mendel
.lm.Howoy, Patrick ilurke,
Wm. J. Allen.
Wm. Martin, O. 1 Lyon,
,,u'!-v?n' J"M Carroll.
Ml u rtf,kr,' N' A- I)ovore,
llobt. llrlbaek, A. Eisbacb,
J. II. Taylor, Chat. Thrupp,
Vi0iSHton - Orwiley,
AV. AV. Thornton , Louis Herbert,
Jno. II. Oborly, Al.Suianka,
Jat. . Kwayne, AVin Mcllale,
l'ntrick Jteilly, Jno. Harman,
Sam 1. AVhcsler.
F.Thoobold, Jno. Sackberuer.
UaaoAValder, 1. AV. Barclay,
S in. Stratton, Scott AVhito,
Joseph McKcukIo, Decatur Atherton,
Anthony Holmes, Alexander Karroll,
Ahtiiimi ri. Ciiaklie. Charles AV11
Hums, u colored bricklayer, hu been hav
ing conslderabU difficulty with Arthur
Hoyle. Charley said something to Arthur
which ho contldtrod insulting and Arthur
throw a brick which ho tweart wu aimed
at Charllo't head but only ttruck him ou
tho arm. For thliofTenio ArtlinrwuAi
f 5 and costs by Shannciiy. In retalia
tion Arthur had Charlie arrested forming
offensive language, and got after him with
a large club. Constable Cain arrested both
for disorderly conduct, and tlio trials ware
had beforo llrott. Tho charget against
Charllo wore not mado out, but Arthur was
gain lined $0 nodcoitt.
Blletin, A.ugust 3.
A Quick Hksult. Thouinnds tuMor
needlessly Opm Indigestion, dyspepsia,
llvur complaint, &c, nnd It Is only beeniiso
thoy neglect to nvnll theuolvet of Hint
WondorFub Ij'ousehold remedy, Mlshlcr's
Herb Hitters n preparation that excels
uny other uvur discovered for complaints
ofthls naluro. Sull'crrris from tlio kcourgc
of our race, dyspepsia, why w ill you en
dure the agony it produces, when by the
use of Mlshlcr's Herb Hitters you can drlvo
It from you forever? This is n sovorign
remedy and will effect a positlvo and per
manent cure in your case. Tbo public It
made acquainted with all tho ingredient!
used in the preparation of these bitters,
and the highest modlcal autborltlet in tbo
land recommend It, and it has never been
known to fall when taken according to tho
directions accompanying each bottle. Sold
by airdnigglsts-and doalert. Dr. S. D
Hartman & Co, Proprietors, Lancat
tor, ln. ug 1, d & w 1 w.
Gkn. Uuiinside. AVo havo been as
tured that wo did Gen. Hurnside Injusttco
in The Hullkti.v yesterday evening.
Gentlemen who know what action he has
taken In tho matter of tho Cairo and Vln
cennet road tell us that ho hu labored
with tho grcatctt diligence in tho outer
prlso; that ho has dono all that could
bo dono under the clrcum
ttances to build the road,
and that any other pcrton, no mattor how
grent hit abilities, would have met the
sniuo insurmountablo obstacles he met;
that tho General It ttlll laboring to ac
complish the work in hind with every
probability of success. He tails for Eng
land to-day in tho lntorctt of tho enter
prise AVo know the gentlemen who havo
given us these assurance to bo truthful,
and wo take pleasure In making tbeso facts
Picnic. Tho Hibernian flro company
will giro a. grand picnic nt tho Fiona
Garden, ou Thursday, the 18th Inst. Thu
proceeds of tho picnic will go Into a fund
to purchase tt lot for the company's build
ing. Under iti pretcnt organization, tho
Hibernian companj hu become a valuablo
part of the flro department of tho city
and it entitled to the support of our prop
Concealed AVeaponh. Mr. Toner
Ad ami, colorod, lonoded hlmtolf with a
revolver before ho went on the colorod ox
canton to Capo Girardeau. AVhen ho re
turned to Cairo he wm drunk, and having
mtdo a liberal display of the ihootlng
Iron wis arretted for carylng conccalod
weapon!. The fine wu fS. Ue couldn't
pay, and wu tent to McHalo for cloven
days' work on the itrccU.
Tiik Delta Club. Tho morning wai
rather unpropltloui, and threatened rain,
but the Delta boys, undeterred by tho low
ering sky, went forth to meet their Mound
City adversaries. Considering tho short
timo since the organisation of tho Club,
and few opportunities thoy have had to
practlco the game, thoDoltasplay remark
ably well, and tho Mound City boys must
labor hard to defeat them.
A.votiieii Celebuatio.v. "Tho llepub
llcau Club of colored people'' propose to
colubmtu West India cmnnclpntlon, on to
morrow, Aug. 4th, Tho call says that
Hon. I). AV. Mu n n and I). T. Llnegar,
Kq., will deliver addressess, and that ti
bower will bu erected "near the church'
for the accommodation of tho speakers and
Fiiwixkv. Ciller or Police Ooisman.
and Conttablo Arnold, arrested a peltl-
cat friend of Hon. D. AV. Munn,
named John Hopklnt, colored, for forging
nn order on U. Close, wliereby he got a $10
pair of boots from A. Hlack. Thu un
fortunate gentleman was hold to ball In
thu sum of 000.
Caught. A negro woman, who had
been taken out of tho city Jail thlt morn
ing to do tomu work, broko and ran.
Neughton gave chato. It wu nip and
tuck for a little whllo ; but finally Kaugh-
ton camo up with tho fugitive on Tenth
street and gobbled her.
Maku it your business, if vou need cloth
Ing, to go to a rellablu storo, whore you
can find all you need, and mudo in thu stylo
you fancy, at tuch prices at to suit your
purso and tho times. Antrim' Is just such
a House, inero you will nlways Una n
eoiiiploto and select assortment of cloth
ing, either for men, youths', boy.' or child
ron, at prices at low nt the lowest. Com
pare bis goods and prices, as it will bo to
your interost. tf.
THE CKAIU MICBOHCOfK.
This Microscope It simplified nnd adapt
cd to popular as well as scientific uso. A
new optical wonder I This It tho ouly In
ttrumont or high power which requires no
focal adjustment, nnd therefore can Ihi
readily used by overy ono, oven by chil
dren, Costing only Two Dollars nud
Suvonty-flvo Cents, by mail, post paid, It
is within tho reach of all in tho commun
ity, and should be ou tbo tablo of evory
l'ractionecr. Read advertisement In this
THE TBIIIIIA UMBAUI mil WOHI
Perhapt It I not generally known that
the much talked of trichina ipirulit, or
pork worm, wu flrtt discovered in Amer
ica by Dr. K O. Kendall, of Philadelphia
Pn1 with that American inttrumont known
At tho Craig. MJcrotcope, cotting only
$-,75, after repeated failure to discover
the worm with an imported mlcroscopo,
costing $5c, "of focblorpowor and let re
liable.7' Thlt fact Dr. Kendall ttands
ready to provo at any timo. Tho "Craig'
Microscope in neat doe with full direction
It mailed anywhere for 13,75, by E. H
ltoss, 313 Locust St, fit. Louis, Mo.
Head the advertiiement in thlt paper
toy 31 u3m I
The Delegates. Dolcgnlct from Un
ion, Jnpksounnd Perry counties to tho Me
tropolis convention, nrrived by tho trnln
thlt evening. Several culled upon us this
a woNiiKitm, jticmwcoi't:
Huv. Daniel Wise, I). 1)., editor of tho
New York Sunilny School Advocate, thin
speaks ofthocolebrntcd Craig Mlcroscopo
"Its simplicity, cheapness and great mag
nifying power itruck mo with surprise
Then I was oxamlnlng a tly't oyo by itt
aid, and wai ttruck with wonder nt tho
tkill and power of the croator which it
displayed In its structure. AVhen I taw a
statement in an advertisement that tho
Craig Mlcroscopo magnified one hudrcd
diameters, nnd could be bought for $2 CO,
I thought It was ono of tho humbugs of
the hour, for I had paid $20 for a micro-
copo not long before, but now I find it to
bo n really vnltinblo instrument which I
should like seo Introduced Into the families
of our renders In place of the manifold
useless toys which plcato for an hour and
aro then destroyed. Thlt inscroicope
would Imth nmutonndintruct them and I
adviso ovory boy and girl who withe to
know tho wondcrt which llelnliltlo thlngt
to tnvo his monoy until he hu $2 75 which
will pay for tho microscope and the pottage
when sent by' mail."
As a holiday gift thlt mlcroscopo ii un
surpassed, being ornamontal, instructive,
nmuslng nnd cheap, nnd never totes its In
terest. Agents nnd dealers supplied on
liberal terms. A sample will bo mailed,:
post paid, to any androst for $2 7fi, by E.
II. ROSS, 31.1 Locust street, St. Loult, Mo.
Head the ndvctlscmont In another col
Tlsr Life MMlssltl(PrissclsU.
Tim riinl nti'l Dm muscular tUma am entirely
distinct from cue h other. A man ma; Intra lh
brawn nl a llcrcnlen. but If he It dcllcient In vital
encrtiv he will not wr as well, or last alontor
ik, wl nnj nnn iinp7 wnim nn unsi iui, ah mi
tnnn of ordinary, or even slender build, whopos-
One of llm irrrattst roommrniltlnni or Hist nuro
vi'golahlelnviKnmni, Uostattet' Blomacli UliUrs,
Is tliat Itlncressrr tlic vital forers nf the system,
ho iiiillolnocn double the roluino of a msn's
milsrle, orllilckrn and rulcAnisn Ms throws and
Inew; but Ho-lfttr r's Hlomvh Ultlers haa
elfvct much more Important. Its usn promotes
consliliillnnsl vlK'r. It reinforces tho lira power,
of which hone Mel kloewand muscle are merely
the Instruments. holdinK the inc relation to ft
that machinery does to uam. IM Ihetlixht ami
apparently frtlle take heart, they may have more
elsmlna, Ihoogh ttr less rhyslral strencth, thaa
thotrua-l shouldered athlelci they regard witn
envy. To restore, to sustain, to Increase ttls
etamlnal principal which, when In full supply, It
tho source of lies 1 1 Ii and the beat guarantee of
lonserlty. Is a special properly of tb famous re-
sloratise. It Ik not only epeclfio for dyspepsia,
bllllousncts, IntermltUnt Irsert, rcntllnalion,
etc., and a prei entire of allditeaaei of a malarious
character, but the lett of all medicines for
tlrenjrtheuiUK the constitution aad awakening
thepowers of naturo from whatetvr eaue they
may luro become lelhorRlc. angleoddawlw
City Kranivllle. Ksan,
Cliyof OUru, Vicks,
City of Alton, Mtiup.
llrcat Itepuldic, N. U.
A Ilaker.i'apu tlirardran
H J Hale, Louisville
Armada, Colanil.ni. Mllbrr, Padurah
City ef Alton, Ml.ouls,
Oreat KepuWIc. "
Cllr trajneUle. Kraas.
A lulrr, CayeUlrardeau.
rl J Hale, .oulsrllle.
The woathcr continues cloudy, and a
heavy rain full several hotirt last night.
Thlt morning is sultry and there aro Indi
cations of moro rain.
The river it about ttatlonary, nud will
doubtless commence rising to-day.
'J ho decline in the Mutlttippi continnts
steadily ubovc Cairo, and the Missouri Is
ttatlonary or falling according to locality.
Tlio Ohio it tailing at Pittsburg with six
feet water in the channel. Over four mil
lions of bushels of coat left that city in
tho lato rise, nnd thus far no disaster from
grounding or running against bridges hat
been reported. Tho above amount it cx-.
traordinary for tho season of tho year.
No steamer Is doing any business at tho
Pittsburg wharf, notwithstanding the fine
Tho Ohieit about stationary at Loultvlllo
but will probably be riling to-morrow.
There it four feet water in thu chute on the
Tho Cumberland It again rising, with
four feet water on Uarpeth Hhoals.
liuslnctt hero hat been rather dull since
the Arthur left. She added fully 300 tons
here, tilling her out.
Tho Sam J. Halo rethlpped hero l.bOO
bblt potatoes, and about 00 tont assorted
freight fur Now Orleans and way polntt.
Tho City of Kvantvillo brought 80 bags
wheat, 63 ski oats for Cairo; 111 tkt wheat
for .St. Louis; l'JO slat oats, 13 hhdt tobacco,
'-'5 tons sundries for reshipmont to varlout
Our Information yesterday in regard to
tliebilvirbpray wu very erroneous. Dis
patches now show that hor boiler ozplod
cd, nnd that twenty lives at least, and pro
bably twcnty-tlr, wero lost. The engin
eers maku u statement to tho effect tbat
thoy had tried tho water in tho boilers,
nnd foutid plenty, only a short time beforo
tho explosion, but Itichnrd Cago, tho
cook, states that tho doctor engine wai
stopped nnd bellcrt dry and hot. We do
not know, positively, nny thing about tho
explosion, but we believe that no boiler can
oxplodo whllo tho boat it undor wav, the
doctor cngino nt work, nnd plenty of water
in tho boilers. If wo could bo
liovo othorwlio wo would nover
set foot on another steamboat
again. Inspector havo ituod order that
all cnglncor ihould bo a careful In as
certaining the amount of water in the
ralddlo boilers u in tho outside one, but
may engineer insist that It Ii of no use,
and tay that water will nt all time remain
at level in tho boiler. Both practiced and
scientific mon havo provod tbo error of
thli-when water I loparated and a hich
amount of ttoara generated and if tho rulo
were carefully obsorvod. explosion would
The Mury Miller it thu ronular Evan.
vlllo packet thlt evening.
Tho Milbrey leaves for Paducah orerv-
day M o p.m.
Healod nropotall will bereoelred nt the nfllcinr
il. ...i..riiriiinl. No. 11 Thornton s lllook. until
3 o'clock, ti.tn.i of Wednesday, the loih day of
AukuhI, info, for tho labor ami material required
In Die erection of Itoe.d Mriiii'h new torchniiie
to bo erected on Ohio lievee, Cnlro, Illinois, no
conlltiic to the plana and apeclllcatientliuw upon
for examination at my ottW.
aiiK'Mfit Architect and Hupl,
City Clerk's OHIce, Cairo, III., I
July SO, 1STU.
To all whom It tnarcorceru. Notice l livrnLv
giren that all ordlasnce restricting I he sale of
meats, vegetables, trail, game, country produce,
or artirle of any itetcrijitioa to thn market housn
naTPoeenrepcuien, and mat all alien artlclestau
boaold at any place within the city limits at any
time. JOHN IIHDW.N',
11 avf Clerk.
A NewlHK Mclilue
Wk would am a
Not solely because It took the highest prise at the
New Kagland Fair at I'rorldeuce. at the Mew
York HI ate Kalr, aad Maryland Hute Fair, nor be.
cause the Jndgea at the Ainerloaa Intlltulo say,
"This Is letter than any of Its clsss known to
the Judges" not these, not altogether I but be.
cauaowollke It best, a a woman would tar. It
worts llke a charm we rau o anything we
please, with it) the children can't get It nut of
order! and tt Is put at the mist reasonable.
C'"tW" A. M. WOOD, A..t.
Jyao-lm ! Commercial arcane, Cairo, HI.
110 OHIO LEVEE.
Would respectfully Inform the eitltea of Cairo
and vicinity, thai he I aotr prsd to raralsti
Full !lllaeIHpeelfWt lone ror Public Bulld
Ings, 1'rlrale Oatldeocet, and Ilrldgeaof all kind.
Hiwcial attention glreo to the preparation ot
U. S. Patent OBm
And alto for all klads of Mill Maanfaetnrtag aad
Knglneerlng work. Naliafactloa guaranteed. Or
ders rnctfully solklled. IHBcoNo. 11 Tiiora
OR EVANMVII.LK, IAVIN-
The fine tlewner
J. M. CilKNOWITH, Master M.W.WIME, (lerk
Will leareas abore on Monday neit, August tit,
at lo a.m.
Fur freight or ussteagere apply on board or to
JySiU J.M.VinM.lll, Ag l.
rpiIE FIXE HIDE-WHEEL
It V.NOBTMRRH-Cp'a It. F. WlLI.UMH-lYk
Will ely regularly asabove, leaving Cairo every
dar tBundar eirantd at. hair.naal Sa'elotk D in.
the Armada It swift elde-wheel tUamer, hav
ing very superior aceo tame dat loot for tola paaa-
TNKvra au'l ireigns.
ba connect at Padiicah with the Cnmbetland
aad Tennessee riser packata and the New Urleaa
and Oeio railroad, For particular, apt)! on
beard, or to M.5. BVCKUBT,
ew Ageas as uatro.
JJEW TOW BOAT.
Tke New Tw aa4 Jek But
W. II. COULTER. -Master
It prepared at all times to do rll kin. Is nl tow-
lteabiiiartcri at Cairo. Illinois,
JOHN HYIsAND'N NAT.OOiV
la IlsMl wstlt all klai ml
3aVer Alo, bO,,
OIV COMMEMCIAL AVENUE
between Eighth and Ninth burets,
The thirsty, who love good IHaor, should give
him aealt, andlliosuMhowanta
Cnpr Ihelr wants sunplied at bis bar,
Proprietor of the
BlUUri SakM ui Bur Km-.
Oprtfro, ' Illinois
JJENHY Is ATTN EB
He provided a
Popular Public Resort
Where the, visitor will tod larae airy room
uoplied wlh '
BitJATIIXI AM MfllMIMU tABtM
ComforUble seats, etc., and a War (applied with
uK9t aim cooie-ei lager ior, snnur. wiuv
and liquor, clgart, etc.. to bo found In Cairo.
-Everybody U Invited to call lo and "cool orl,"
Pltntrof room tree g everybody.
3 MMITllliANTKItM It. IC.
On nnil nftpr Tlmrwlny, April l:tlli
tinliiM will i nn us follows :
univn fni'Tiirsi r-l.tV'. Miidnri n,
J''" Mr, a.m.
fc'fes l td i: n.
iMixn ROiriiwrsT-LKArr. nx.
K'press r,,m A,M.
Jtlflll ttttSStll SttlttMIt( SlllllHIll,!tlt I M(
Maklnaelop cnnnertinns nt Pnna wllli llllnol
Central It. It. for Culr.l and nil pnlnls soiilh. and
with thu Ind.AHt. I la H. II. for Ind!nnspoli
and Louisville, and iOI,liuinln east and soiilhciist.
Alto, nt PpringliHd Willi the Toledo, Wnlnnh A
Weili-rn It. It. for (mlnrr and all Aolnts wi.nl. un.i
With the Chicago A dt. 1iUls II. It, lor ft. I.oul-
aim unicagii, nun an points noun ami nortiiwcst
' V. DOIHiK, (Icn'l Supl.
JOHN FtXItllTT.rifh'l Ticket At
QUICKEST ROUTE FIIOM
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Nt. I.oule, TiOuIhvIIIc. .'hicliiiiHll
C'IiIohro, cw York, lloatttM
PoliitN XsUMt mid lortli
PiUr Train Arrive at astil Iratv
Cairo aa follow! t
AUUlVK-!SlOO A. l.-,........-..Jlill I. M
IIF.l'AHT-illOS A. M llitOP. M
Doth Iralna connect at t.'enlralla with trains on th
Pa a a, IXcalur, IlloorJilrsajloa, tCI Paao
l.a Halle, Meurlota, Frceport, tiolcaa,
tnbnqttc, and all point la Illinois,
Mlatoarl, Mlanetola, Wltroatlu ansl
And with linen running Kat and West for
Nl. Iouli. SuriBKllplil, Ixiulnvllle, ('In
clMatl, IutlUnepoliH k Columhaw,
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Mlt hl
! Hoathrrn, and 1'itlstnirg. Fort Wayne
and Chicago kallrows for
WAHIIIMJUN CIT. and
ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tickets and Information, apply
at Illinois Central Kailroa.1 Hepot.
General I'at.enger Agent, Chicago
U. IH'OlllTT, (leu-ral hui eriul.o lent.
J.JOH.NBON, Agent, Cairo.
pARM RRK' WITEM.
HOW TO MAKE
Good Strong Vinegar
Wine, or tk Jalceor AajrTjall.
Directions eiriiplcnalfsy. Coot net joo-lalf
that of the old proteef of alio win CwWr l4rtttr
la barrels. oM 'ttejk
Amy One Cttn Nuke It.
full iritectlons rent ujn rreelpt of Filly
Addrese, W. II. Mlahop,
fJIHE CHEAP tSTOlill.
Millinery. Fancy Goods, Etc,
MRS. C M'GEE
Inritet aecial attention lu l,r pre.ent tocW.
(she haa a full lia of
IIItLDiERT GOODS, - -
JQSIERY, HOTIOKS, 1
. Mi KID GLOVES,
Wohch's M lattca' and Ciilltlrt'ii'a
And a thousand oilier things that cannot be rnu.
meratedln an a.Irertlsenirnt, r!hel drtenulnrd
to deacrve and maintain for her establishment
the namo of
THE CHEAP STORE.
Herro4.i art Iresli, seasonable and faihtonable.
Hhe wilt g'te yon more for the same amount ut
money limn any other atnr in tow. IWt buy
until you call on her eMiay If you oant mil.
Ilnery gao.li or women'e and children's flue
tho... U. mtltir
1ST NATIONAL BANK
ISANIEI. III'HU, frealtleati
MOBBHT W. XIIXKB. Tlco.l'rro.1
V, M. mrOHFJI, Ctunltr.
Collections Promptly Made.
Kxcktuix. Ih, BmnU Xoleis
Mud Unltetl NlHleit NecHrl
tie HuHKlit and
latere. Allowed On TIhw IttpoelU.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
Capital - - f lOO.OOO
W. r. HAXLIDAY, Fraaldeati
A. B. AVVOKO. Cataleri
WAt.nialMVII.OF, AMlataat Caaaltr.
ptuti.lajltr W, P. HaUUay,
eett Watt. kokt. U. Ceaalagfcoai
. . Willisana, 8ttka Vlr't
JCxekRR&re, CoIm mu
4 MeAiH .
A ORMSBAi. AHHINK VtUVM