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The framo ImlttltiiK o thn eurncr l
Twelfth and Washlnon ntul the Me
wnlk around It, am undergoing ''
The Sick am! afflicted will do ell 10
call and visit Dr. Anderson nmlH Won
derful W-ine t'Ait.V, at the Vnlriin
Ws understand tht Mr. Knocli Hurrt-oi
ibot and killed ft rnrd tog, the out.
aUrt of the city, yntvr,hy evening. Tl.o
Xo presented tlIlJ'L''- symptoms of
HrMe4, A live man to trawl and
aell an trtkk tlmt is alway in good do.
mand. All on U. Harris, HI. James
Hottf, from 7 to 8 o'clock thii evening.
Ir ths present assortment of weather
cwio In obedience to anybody' order, wo
wnt that indlTtdual to get out of town a
i.xm aipoiilblo. The rain, to-day, played
Iwvoc with tho Hibernian picnic.
A regular communication of Delta
TVLodga ifo.MS, F. and A. M., will bo
held at Masonic Hall, tbla (Thursday)
evening, at 8 o'clock, for business. Vlsl
tors fraternally Invited.
J. 1I.LUFK1N, Vf. M.
M. L. Dunxuo, Sec'y.
A IUck load or two of our citizens pro
pose visiting BlaadvllU on Saturday to look
at the lights and listen to the sounds of
Charley Soya's Crasent City circus.
Should the weather bo propitious, it will
bo a pleasant ride. No Intoxicating bevor.
ages will be allowed In tho vehicle.
Dcsritc the fall of rain said tbo threat
nlng aspect of the heavens, quite a number (
of people repalrad to the Flora Garden and
passed a few hours In social enjoyment and
harmless recreation. Had the day been
plcatant there would bare been a largo
We Havk now in full tide of successful
operation lit cooper shops, employing
thirty or forty coopers. Three months ago
thare wire only two establishments of this
kind In the city, and they were doing
rather a sickly business.
Fine Music A aarwading band, of
which the clem sad iprlghtly Adolph
SwoVodati leader, complimented us, hut
night, with one of the moet ajcyable'
serenades we ever liiteatd to in Cairo.
The band consists chiefly of young men
who play for their own dWcrslon the In
strument being fctrst and second violin,
.Ittle, sjsrftaraad haxn viol. The music
they produce is really first-class, and wu
know of no treat wo would enjoy more
than a second visit from them.
Tut Du Quoin Tribune and Vienna
ArUru having hoisted the name- of Dan
Munn, for Congress, seem to contemplate
the act as a piece of remarkable political
darlnir. It Is scarcolv anvthlnc less : but
they need not expect that because they
had the courage to perform tin obnoxious
Jobthe people will applaud them for it.
They achieved tho ' hoisting'' with about
the saino trraco that a delicate ttomnch
lake a doio of Ipecac or aloes.
"War New. AH kinds of report were
rife in the city this forenoon, each one be
ing colorod, of course, by tho peculiar sym
pnthyoftho individual repeating it. Tho
teltgraph was held responsible for every
word,g9odt bdi true iuid untrc. Now it so
happens that the press new doc not
pass through the Cairo offlce, unless
(which is rarely the caie)Clro is placed in
circuit with Nashvillo. All report, there
fore, that such and such news was caught
In transit through the Cairo offlco, hare
little or no foundation in fact.
Tiir editor of tho Metropolis Promul
gator it trying to argue himself into the
notion that there I omo tort of a show
for Dan Munn' election. While he is
doing Ihl, nil tho rfittctalU Itadlcal ed
itor of the district frankly conceded that
t'iy enter the canva with the odd
against them. That "odds" conM in
this : tbmt thu Hon. John. M. C'reb i an
upright, honest and reliable politician.
Dun Munn Isn't; that tho non,' John
M. Cribs l a randid, sincere man, Tn whom
men of all parties have
tho nio't unbounded confidence, while Dun
Muun has the unbounded confidence of
nobody; and that the men iu the district
who Intend t" vote for Orel, Outnumber
those who propose to vote for Munn,
about fifteen hundred. This U comldei
alio odd to contend against, and the
''espectawV' Judical editor of the dis
trict will pltuo excuse us If wo doubt
their ability to overcome It.
Tiul'aorwt r tubCitv Val
tao ok TarauLt I'varosw.-Assessor
Uyland completed his assessment lUu
sevsrtl days "ago, aud laid them before the
clt, egaaevi. The fooUngs, a furnished us
lUtfiuuTiln' tliTiTn,AdMV - . w
lu Ih. HmubJ Addiulw "m,. UI.U) Ui
In ll.r Third Mlltta...'"" ."'7 '
KU trial i HUMdliZZT"""- 0)
Howl AdmoojLZI..7!'r -.i5o io
If the board of oullltatlon. now .l
ting, do not reduce or increase the vW
lion, and If the council make a full levy of
$1 60 on the flvO, the total taxes for the
present year, will amount to JJiC.OM,
boBt'M-half of thU aura will be ex
acted ia caab. The balance will be laado
Ui'.u. HiiKViTiKf. A delightful hover
hjjo mid splendid alterative the Surntogu
I wntcr, puro ui" It gii'lie." from tho earth,
I to ho lmd t llnrclay.
HiKiiirii in pulii'u circles is, very, dull, j
The night wnteliiiirii perform their folltary
u iiiid, night iiltur niht, without i;tdibling
a tUiplf law bri'iilii'i. 1 .Ml
Tho Heam pitfl'cti plying in tlm i'mlu
c.ih, Kvatiavillp, N mli vlllu itml Cairo
trailer nmdolnjf myng huliicsf. Tho
line (if loiit liulW'O i Cnlru mid Kvanf-
11 to, is Mm ui' the ll'iwi mi the I lie rivtr.'.
The public li...i of I'airo, with Mr.
II.. S. Knglith hi' Miivrlntuiidi-iit, wlllnp't-n
mi Moniiay," Ki'-pti'iiiher the Cth. It Is
highly deirbla llist every child tlmt pur
poe n n attendnlice will take its M-nt
promptly at the opening of the school.
There wcro about six hundred person
present at the colored people's barbacuo
ycilorday. The Pha-nlx brass band fur
nished the music. There was an abtind
nnco of edible, and they wore well served.
The value of thu three houis destroy
ed by tiro yesterday morning, is put down
nt $2,750 less than ono half of which was
covered by insurance.
Wo had the pleasure of meeting in our
city to-day, the llonorahlo (ienrge W.
Wall, of Perry county. .Mr. Wall I a
member of our Democratic Congrcilonul
committee, and U booked for vetarau ser
vice during the ponding cunvnt.
Tho brick and aml for Me.r. Heed
& Matin's new buMtitiM building on the
Ohio Lover, are being delivered, and In n
short time tlmt o-tly stnlcturo will begin
to iissumo shape. It I thought tho bull
ding will bo ready for occupancy by the
1st of DoccmWr.
hat i in the way of resumption
of work ou the new custom houwand post
offlce? Through the attention ami In
fluence of our able Representative in Con
gress, money to continue work was secured.
W by, then, does not the work go on?
At tho editorial convention held in Chi
cago, on Tuesday, Mr. E. II. Ortgga wa
re-elected president uf the Illinois Press
Association, and Messrs. Edward, Rounds
and Bouton were elected vico presidents.
D. L. Davis, Esq., of the .Sum, Is the only
representative of the Cairo press present.
The German school, under Prof.
Winching, will opn on or about the lit
day of September. Children of English
parents will be received and Instructed in
all the brauche of an English education,
with the adJitlon of German, if desired.
Prof. Wirsching Is an accomplished educa
tor, and ha conducted the German school
with signal sucrei. $
Harry Walker aud family returned
from the Crittenden Sulphur Springs, on
Tuesday evening. Mr. Joff Martin and
child, and Mr. Isaac Newtoo Ashton re
turned yesterday eveniag. Mr. Geo. E.
Olmsted and family are still tbert-, the
only representative, of Cairo on the
ground. The season will not clote until
about the 1st of October.
Miss Alice Emmons, of Deardslown, has
been employed as tlrst assistant in the
Cairo public schools. She Is said to lc n
lady of fine attainments, u Normal gradu
ate, and n teacher of experience. The only
position remaining vacant has been ten
dered to Mis Mary Kretr.lnger of Jones
The Hev. T. W. Caskoy preached to
a very respectable audlenro in the Chris
tian church, on Eighteenth street, but
night, and will conduct service, in the
ame building, ngaln this evening. The '
introduction of tin into tho world formed
the burden of hl discourse last evening
Ho U n very entertaining speaker, and
lmndleshls subjects with decided ability.
A gentleman walked fcur square to
inform us that his ice man, who has con
traded to deliver him ten pounds of ico
daily, during the seaion, actually left ten
pounds this morning, of hi own free will
and accord. A this I the first case of the
kind that lu. come to the gentleman'
knowledge, he desires us to "put It down."
A full cord of wood has not, as vet, been
Jim .Shorl',of the Decatur .1tijrnef, gut
one vote, iuacoututt for Pre, idenuy of the
Illinois Mate J'rc.s AuocUtion. The
reck Uis man who cast the ballot was held
to an immediate account, but escaped tho
odium or his act by declaring that lie
thought ho ni voting on a resolution to
expel Jim from tho McIatlon. HI ex
planation was received, and Iho member
continued to rccognixo him a a gentle.
man, but hu will carci)y regain hi
former standing In the couddenco of tho
TniiAcvo Sai.eh Tt.iuv. Tho regular
Weekly sides of tulim-co were held to-dnv
and resulted satisfactorily to all parties
At the I'lantitr warehouse twentv.
eight hogshead were mid nt price vary.
nig i rum u to 611 to.
At tho Hullard Tobacco warehouse ten
hogshead were sold as follows
t Mi l at ft in pvr HO)
a " at Is; 10 to tn M M.r i(, i .
.t at fi m tn tia xi pr list
4 at lie lu tn ait ui , uu.
The planters present declare that, taking
tho season an the condition of tho general
market Into consideration, tho above prices
are much bettor than anybody had occa
sion to expect. The owner of the four
hogshead that wrs stuck otf at 910 io
11 00, would gladly have taken $7 60 be
fore the tale.
Wo Invite thespecialattentiou of plant-
rs to the figures here furnished, and ask
Mum to compare thorn with the figure
mweiiy any other market in the Western
advertisement of Dr. Butts' DUpen
nt. UlTY UinCUH, WILL IT
ComktoCaiiio 7 Charley Noy0, proprl- 1 Mako it your busliio,.ryou necdcloth
ctornfthotmrlviillcdniHl unrivalabhiCrc- , ing, to go to u reliiiblo atoro, where v'riu
ent City Clrens, was In the city to-day wait-
, j ing fur a packet for l'adiicali, whore his e.v-
peels t iform ii juiictinn with hi company
TliclilllidredlnrCairoltcs who have vis
ited Xoycs' I'lrcim, iiiihusitatingly pio
iiouiicoltthoheslone that ever traveled in
llie M l.'slssippl Valley. The compiny em
brace tho best ilders, jumpers, acrobat,
clowns hihI general perfnriiiiirs. bclniiging
tn tlic prnfeSsliui. Fiirtlicriiiori'. every
inall 0,'iniH'Clnl with the eMnbll'll-
iiiciu demeaiin hiiiisell' i a gentlemen.
ti ..in 1...11 .-...ii. i.. hi i..tii..
aiiv ..in Hum iiiiiiiiii 1111111111111',
.Saturday, mid In Lovclaceville and May- j
Held on the Moinluy and Tuesday succeed- ,
ing. hethcrnr not Cairn will be Inclu- .
ded In tho present round remains unde
cided. Cairo ha bton anything but iv mine of
profit to Mr. Noye In times past. In
fact, although he gave tho best show over
witnessed hero, he left more money
in the town than ho ever carried out. As
hi company is now complcto and In splen
did condition, and a wo havo had no
"sport of the arena" Ince early lat Spring
can we not viiro tho presence of the Cres
cent City here and by giving it n rousing
benefit, show that wc appreciate
talent in any walk of life, and arc not un
mindful of tho courtesy and gentlemanly
Waring of Mr. Noycs and his company
when hero, undar rather discouraging cir
cumstances ? Wo cannot, of course, peak
with entire confidence, but we aro strongly
impressed with the notion that thero is a
substantial benefit for Charley Noyes, In
Cairo, and that, if lie can make it conve
nient to call around in tho course of a
couple of weeks, ho will receive it.
Not So, ash Why. The river reporter
of the St. Louis Republican says that the
trade between Cairo and Nhvllle has o
efji-ctually "played out " that all the boats
In the trade.fcpt the Ella Hughes, were
compelled to withdraw. All of which Is
not so because the steamers Uurksvlllo,
Alpha and I'lnplro, as well as the Klla
llnghc, are still In the trade and doing a
Da, A.vi)KKo.v and the Wondtrfu
Electric Chair accomplished the most
wonderful cure in Paducmh Kv. He will
rem.ln at tho Antrim House f..r a horl
My ability to upply the farmer of the
surrounding country with agricultaral im-
piementf, seeds, etc., on time, is not equal
to my disposition. I have such implicit faith
in the honesty and integrity of my patron-
that I would, if I could, supply all their
Wants in my lino, and let them consult
their own convenience about paying inc.
But it so happens that tlmt 1 juit exactly
whnt I can't do. I have, therefore, made
up my mind to dissolve partnership with
the credit dullness, and to let my partner
go'in with somebody that Is better able to
tand his way of doing thnn I nisi This
course is n necessary step in the direction
of clf-proservntlon, and 1 have no well
wisher that will chldo me for taking it. I
shall, us heretofore, keep everything the
farmer and planter of tho surrounding
ci inn try need for tho succcsful prosecution
of their calling, and n thousand and one
things that nro considered ncccitlc to
tnwn H'op)c, but for nil these thiugs, I in
tend to exact
CA-II ox Ur.UVKItV.
The adoption of this rule will enable me
to sell vhoacr that ever, n I will not bo
couiollod to "chalk-up" prices to cover I
the Io of an occasional "wild-cat" debt. 1
My cuitomers will no doubt apprcclatf.
the tifccusity that impels this step, and j
glvo it their approval. Let it bo under-
tixl, then, that "sink or wlm, survive or
perish,' my motto for tho future will be; i
"Small profits j quick alf-; no cash, no '
trade." And having started out onthecmh
basis, I desire to Jlwl a memory of,
ttso fact that I overdid business on unv
other plan. If parties Indebted to mo will i
cancel their indehtednes.. hi that I can '
burn my old book, I shall sunn bo able to '
achieve that desire.
Thanking tho public for their liberal imt-
roiiage, and hoping that lhoo indebted
to mo will find It convenient to Miuaro up
soon, I remain us ever,
W.M. M. DAVIDSON. (
lbO Commercial r venue. !
July ib70. duwim
TlIK .Mki'IIAMC H IJoAltDJSd IIoL'hK'.
Mt llilrn. has finishud the .Meclianie .
lliitirdlrig House, corner of Cinininrelal 1
uvenuu and Third Htfi-i, mid Is now pre-
..u ...I .......!.... l ... .1 I .
r.i,ui..i(i,Uuviiiiiciii u) uiD tiuy or i
wcei., on ine moH roamnaiiiu terms. HU
labia will be all that could I desired, and '
hi guyt h tnated iu the mo-t oourtwuu I
manner; Mat hut give In to win this time '
aim lis kb ii stuiu jhiuiic to iixtcmi to liim n
io wonderful .
- . '
KLKCTltIC CHAIJl ha returned, and I
at the Antrim House, fur i
Tiik Ahtuim House sou Hent. Tiio
large and eligibly located hotel lmlldliig,
known as tho Antrim House, is for rent, on
reusonauio terms. Tho Antrim HniiM Is
laige, three slorv brick, thr fin snnursii
fiom the lUainhoat landing, tvro iuurc
from the now pom offlco and custom house
ana in about the center or the jtojiulallon
or hu city. It contain, thirty largo,! well
Plied with gas UVer- room and all tl.o
conyenlence. for No' 1 1'otoL Tlio house
hi , f"' rl,uUUon. "'"1 co.iimanil
a liberal .hare of both local and transient
patronage. Aijily to
It. H. UUNNlXtlllAM,
No, '. Ohio Ikivi c. auulCtr
t enn llnd all you need, mid mailo In tlmgtvlp
'" fnncy, at such price -ns to uit your
ptirsiihml tho tinier An trim's I just such
n notie. llieri) you will ulway llnd a
complcto and helect nsnrtmcnt of cloth
ing, either for men, youths', boy' or child
fon, nt prices n low ! the lowest. Com
pare his goods and price, a It will bo to
on r interest . if,
1 It TIT JAKN.
Parsons, D.ivis kV Co.,. at, Nos. 6 Jc 7
Tenth trcet, have recelvctl their, second
.--..., ..i..v uwiim meir.
large; tock of Fruit Jar for tho ummtr
trade, which they are offering nt much
,owt!r ngure. than Inst year' figure.
Good Glass Jar nt $1 &0 per dor. ; Ma
son Jar, lf scaler, nt $2 75 per doz.
sarao with porcelain lined caps, $3 per dor..
Call and oxamlno nt tho
tf QUEENSWARE HOUSE.
Tut Sultky Skaj-on. Tho ummcr
iuonthiiro here, and as usual bring a long
traln'eff disesses many darigorous and fa
tal. the coon when nnturo can do
llttlo' in recuperating our exhausted
strength, nnd when we nro required to for.
tlfy our physlquo against tho dnngors
arising from the universal prevaloncy of
stcknci. The only trim sufgaurd Is tlmt
puro nnd reliable tsinlc and Invigprator
MISH LEU'S 1IEKH BITTKKS, which is
indorcd nnd recommended by tho medical
faculty and unnumbered thousands of per
sons in every city, town, and village In the
country, who havo tested its romcdi.il vlr
tucs, nnd by lis aid preserved or recovered
their health. It will purify the blood aud
Secretion; cure every form of Indigestion
nnd nfford immediate relief in case of
Dyicntary, Cliolic, Cholera, Cholera Moro
and kindred disease. Provide yourself
noir against a time of need. Delay are
dangerous. Price ono dollar per bottle.
Sold dy nil druggist. atigl5eoddsw
a wosr.ariL iickoscvpc
Ucv. Ihinlel Wise, D. 1, editor of tbo
New York Sunday School Adtoeatr, thu
spoaks of tbo celebrated Craig Microscope
. -Its simplicity, cheapness and great mag
' nlfyinc power struck me with surprise.
Then I wa examining a fly' eye byts
. aiJ, and was struck with wonder at tho
skill and power tX the creator which it
. jtsplaved In its structure. When I saw a
suiezBcni in an auvenisemem mai iuc
Craig Microscope magnified one budred
diameters, and could bo t-ought Tor 92 60,
II thought it was one of the humbug of.
the hour, for I had paid $20 for a micro
., , , r. ....
scope nc ion; ieiore. oai now i unu n so
be a really valuable instrument which 1
should lika a introduced into the famllic
of our rmder in place of the manifold'
ueles toys which please for an hour and
are then destroyed. This mscrosecpe
would both amuse and Intruct them and I
advise every boy and girl who wishes to
know tho wonders which lie In Jittlo things
to n.e his money until he has 75 which
will pay for tho microscope, nnd the postage
when scut by mail."
As a holiday gift this inicroseopo i un
surpassed, blng ornamental, Instructive,
amusing nnd cheap, and never loses Its In
terest. Agonts and dealer supplied on
liberal terms. A sample will bo mailed,:
post paid, to any andres for S2 5, by E.
II. ROSS, al!l .Locust street, St. Louis, Mo.
Head tho ndvetisomcnt In another col
Youths' boy' nnd Children' clothes, ut
less than New York price, will be aold
this week, nt P. XeiT, regardless of cpjt,
A new supply of Calf Jloou and Galteri
ii. t rveciyed at P. .VclIV No. 60 Ohio
Tiik CiiAUTJtu Oak W e lmutrd noth
ing, wo think, in saying that, all In all, it I
has no oqnnl. It sire, its thapo, affording
the greatest convenience, and it numerous
and durable veiiels, cntitlo it to the pref
erence over any st.vo of which we havo
nriy knowledge. nugliddbw w
Tiik Lapiu are In rapture at tho in-
inXJUCllOII 01 I'JIAIsX M V ITALIA- vt
Sulvutlon for the Hair. This grand dis
covery enables them to shako their ring-
lots at th fntiti hand of time in defi
ance. Kroo from any sediment, it rapidly
darken tlio grayrt heads.
hold by all druggists and fancy good
ir you travel f.asi. iVcst, fortli or
South, take a package of Simmon' Liver
Kegtilntor. Prepin-d only by J II
Zellin k Co., Macon, On. uuglSdikwl w
L(kjk to Yova OiliLSitKir. Dlarrhica.
Dysentery, nnd lumiunr eomiilnint nro
1 I... ll 1IM.I. '.. ... I
-'srr. si iiiiwiiio fyrujs, which
I i"iu ror cents a hottle. See udvet-
Tricot mid basket ca!morsult., very
u'ic, inuuo io oruor, at me oiu reliable
chitbliig botisu of John Antrim, No, 7$
FiiEail El'l's nnd Yellow Butter can. ul.
way bo had. Bead tho advertisement
'(SreatosnVork of the Age," in'tllis pur
W. AV. Thornton, No 13 Thornton'
block, Tenth stroe't, ha just received three
hundred lxuc of glass, varyitn: iu size
I from 8x10 to ZGxiQ. For a)e, wholmulo
A KCIk'.ITIHC tVOXIIKK.
Tho Oraig Microscopa adapted to popu
an uiid solan title use. Head the advertise
incut. Price, $8 '76. w27d3mf
Just received at P. Nelf, No. 70, Ohio
Iveo, a plendid lot of pring Cassimore
Coating and Vctlng, whloli will bo made
up In t)w njost fashionablo tyle, nnd nt
price to uit tun, imi) tt jiorfoct flt guar,
antced or no se. jf
While Mr. Thomas Frooinnn was re
turning homo from Lincoln Lodge No. C,
on Tuesday night, somebody knocked him
down nnd robbed liim of tho Secretary'
book, .Mr. Krcoiunii will glvo fivo dol
lnr 'for Iho return of tho book.
AXOTIIKII "MvnTliTtY SOLVKP CilOlll-
Its being tumble to dicovor the ingrodl
cut In fragrant "Sozodont," which ro
move nil slain from tho teeth and imparls
such a peculiar roslnoM to tho gum, the
public aro hereby informed that it is a
preparation from tho bark of tho "tjiillava
SopnnarW-ordnpTroo of Chill, impor-
ted lor tno first time into this country for
tin special purpose. Such i tho purify
Ing and innocuous effect of this raro ho-
tanleal agent, Unit jit removes dlscolora
tlonsfrom tho.moit fragllo textllo fabrics
without injuring i single thread.
Save nnd mend
tho pieces, use "Spill-
DxnoAiNAlj IIakoainm I A goixl Milt of
clothing for ton dollar, ut P. Noll", 7'J
300 bbl. Flour medium grade, ulo i!00
half bids, medium quality suitable for tho
'Souther0 r for sulo nt tho Egyptian
Gentlemen go to John Antrim', "')
Ohio I.ovoe, for nil your muslin jhlrts,
hosiery, underwear and paper collar, and
avo at least 'Jo per cent from tho ordinary
retail prices. Ho ha tho but cloth cov
orod paper collar over offered in the mar
(iiinAT Excitkment. Groat slaughter
of High Price nt Antrim', 7H Ohio I.evco,
'where vott cannot onlv find tho mot fash
iounble and (ouoiiab1o (lock of clothing In
tho cltv, but the largest mid lct variety
of Straw, Leghorn, Pnnnmn, Casiinoronnd
Silk lints over ollereil In Cairo. Buy you
hut and clothing right there. tf
tiik tuAiti imuiKiori:.
This Microicoiiu is implilled nnd udapt-
ed to Hjpular as well us sclcutlllc use. A
new oiitlcal wonder I Thl Is the only In
(trumcnt of high power which require! no
focal adjustment, nud thercforo can bo
readily used by ovory one, oven by chll
dren. Cos line; onlv Two Dollar and
Seventy-flvo Cent, by mall, post paid, It
is witnin tne rcacnor hii in mo commun
ity, and should lc on the tahlo or every
Practionoor. ltoad udvortlscmont iu this
THE TBICHMA ttflKAMM UH I'D UK HIIIIM
Perhaps It I not generally known that
tho much talked of triehina piralil or
pork worm, wa first discovorod in Amor
icahy Dr. H C. Kendall, of Philadelphia
Pa, with that American Instrument known
a tho Crntg Microscope, cot!ng only
$2,75, after repented failure to discover
tUsworm with nn imported microscope,
coitlm: J J5. "of feel dor power nnd lew ro
liable. This fact Dr. Kendall stands
teuilv to uruva at un time. The "C'raiif'
Mlcroscopo lu nont fxix with full direction
i mulled nnvwiicro for ?Z,7o, lv r.. II
Itoi, .tia Wml St., St. Louis, Mo.
Head tho advortiscincnt in this paper
my '!!. d.'lm
Peter Ncir mnmmoth stock of Sjirlng
clothing embraces all thu now style, nud
what can bo found nowhero olso iu tho
cltv a largo Htid well variel tock of lxjys'
lie sure to call at 73 Ohio Ijveo, and
seo tho Juno Bug lints, with a varied stock
of other now style, too numerous to men
tlon. Uem('tnlcr Antrim s li tho lilnre to
get your huts. :f.
JuaT Hkckivkij. Tho Shoo Ely Elliot
and Don't Dodder .Mo Hat nnd onus at
P. Nor Ko. 7'J Ohio -Uvce.
JIk sure to read 'the
"Greatest AVork of tho
Age," in this
You will greatly "ml It" If you don't
buy the Suir Shirt. ut John Antrim, No.
73, Ohio Loveo. tf.
Gomer,. Lisle Thread, Silk, Linen
cross-barred nnd mgrini) under-wtnr, suit
able for tho (easou, at the famous elothing
house of John Antrim, No. 7X Ohio
Loveo. , tf.
Ventilated huts, In entirely new stylo
thu most comfortable and delightful hat
over worn, at Jno. Antrim' tf.
Da. Austix. who U'nbsent on an East-
ern tou'f will return Sept.lit. (His milit
ant, Wiri. If. Pitchcr,will continue tho
business during his absence. laiigl ldlm
Go to J. 0. Bagwell, "Photoglajihcr,
corner Eiuhtb strosit. nnd. Ohio Lvcc. fur
. . " .
pictures, t arte do visiles, ete. Having
inido nrrauuoiiiimW with nn
ngcminW wltliH'imo of tho best I
urtUts of.our hiiTgii ritles, he ropc lftilrv I
splicltt orUwii for. .copying' nnd cnlnrgo
jiiif old plcturo. Cull nt his room, and i
ire specimens ff work in that line. '" 1
f ' ' V ' '
Atlinulnn. (.'(jlimil.iii. "
Man Alice. kl I.oiiih.
M Mill... P...... .III,. 1
(imnj (.ale, U'4 Toner,
41 .... ....1.!. . '
Miltri'T. Pnuaali. '
, IrJInulon', Cnlnnihtixi
(imn l l.uk. Miiii.lii,
i:jmtsirr. New, Orleuaa,
M Miller, Kiitiistlllf.
Alhlrn. Uou lulnnil.
Ht Jl.m h, HI Louis,
Tho.wuatber lias continued clear until i
thl morning, when tho ky became, ovor-
cut wnii uiuuus, nuu ciiiiiiuurauio ruin Hue, ,
slnco fallen, in our Immedlutu neighbor
hood, and In tlio city. Tho tcmporaturu i
Tlio river I about stationary.
Tho Mississippi i again falling at Ht. .
IouIs, although another small rlso U ox-
Lpectod from rppft)jt, rAin which nra.'ro.
ported tobav.o jieon Kcncral.
Tliu Ohio is again falling nt Plttibtirg,
with llvo foot wider lu the dinnncl. It I
rising hotwcoit tllat oily nnd I.niiisvilie,
where thoro Ulhrco feet w.itcr in thu chute
over the falls, ami llvo foet six im le s oer
I'ortlniid bar. There is i.x loot wnt' r at
Tho (imlierl.'itid iisoi and falls wei kly.
It I now rising with llvo lent is inches
n Harpi'th Hhoald.
Hiisiiic qontinuej fair at our wharf.
Thu Mary Alice will receive fully "-"O
ton here I'jir ,'ew Oilunis.anil qtpefts o
depai't thi cloning
The A 'Simula brought :il7 i-k wheat i
lilnls tobacco for Cairo, Hi hlids tol nec . t'.,r
rvshipmeiit to Now Orlrniii..
I liu .Mllhi'ny bnm.'ht Hu) k whin
bbls Ih'iirlor Cillro. iitnl ir, lili.N ( I
for rojihlpinont to St. Louis.
The Mnry Mlller'brought 1.10 1; wheat,
5 ton sundriefor Cairo, 7opkg fiiniitnro
for reshlpinent per I. 0. It. It., Col) hale
cotton bntthig, Child tobacco, I b!H
brushes for rchIpinont to St. Louis, air.
pkg funilturi!1(p.f)H k corn, 88 bbls
whisky, .16 cnop poultry, 28 bbls npph-,
20 tons sundries fur reshipmcnt South.
Tho A Iptin brought 'Jl'Jelcs wheat for
Cupo Oirardcnu, 3."i coil rope, C roll,
leather, 1 cask beos-wnx for S,t. Lmil. iW
bbls tlotir, 3.1 bbls potatoo, 11 pl.gs cedar
waro for reshippiont South. The Alpha
went to Oooso Island fur n lot of sliingk.
mid return to-night on her wav to Snh
ville. The St. Lout Democrat ay : "dpt. M .
A. Ilrvsoiihai reliiriil from Washington
Tho Henry Ami has gone to tho 'bone
yard.' Her owners know nothing .f tho
rumored snlu of tlmt itcniucrto thu Illinois
Thotenmers M.J. Wicks nnd "('oiortvl
lltptist Church wom to bo old at public
nuetlon to tho highest biddor, yestorday
Th" d'aiid Tower is tho rogulsr packet
for .Memphis this evening.
Tne Idlewild is tho regular pnrket for
Tho Ilurkvllle leaves for Nushviiiu this
Tlio inducah packet leave daily nt I
Tho Paulino Carroll Is due from St. Lui
for New Orleans.
( ityOrl. - Ollkc, (iiirr, III.. I
Aiuusl tl, l'. '
Niitwo llitib) ui ii im llic owner vi . Mm r
.f thf (nllAtrins ilrcrilx"l li.U, !o.M .l I..,t s.
Kltflitt-t-n. (IU) Mnitfrii,('ji) Tit niy. 1.JI1 Ti'
'uiie iii llli;linuiiimrixl l I "itiifiiur, in I'icii )
ori'urn. Uiti I'.v t .ty O'lincil . f .mi U),l. -f
iM'.'itair.- .ir'iil lilt' t "iiaww' " I m
ill (real of siil Inls, anil inn t l Mttl "t rl
salU lots, to Ibu fiutur iIk of I..IU on UL
shls of Hi'tfnlh Mrrl, nud llui Hie otsntror
iirnfrofi"lil loi ItstMlie riln f"r the i t ' J t '
forty ilnjrn frum tills date In wliwh In lmi. mm j
iili'isslk. Hill unlrn coiiiJi.I Hithm Hi I .nr I
xlmvp fifltlHl the kiniHilt U In it I.) iLef.l) ,
sni'l llm c-t ii.r)"l afc'lni ths- prOKrir'.in-
lili 'l thi rrlir, io wennliuirr mill the i hnt
oriliiiaiictK j( Hii) wti'l i iiy
icDi.vt.vci: . 10:;.
AiOrliiiaun- t il lie- Kvvlt I"ii
..'inj)Hnj in iHiii'iinicnii enain liou.-,
II.. il inl.ir-l liy Hi.. City iVmnellol Ihe.'l
.TliiJ. f.i the uri,n u( aelnirf h.I -ii.h
Iho "llmil, an.) llc.jr r.rs- l.winiwnr, ' i.f .
I liy of Oirn, n-or firi.i'.l th l, ,,(
l-Ulu (if lihnoi., 111 iirvtiu n bfk l.uil l.riK
I) 1 .n iiiiiiil-r.-l Ufiiij -t.., m lllo. i.iiini.n.
. lueiity-rtif. in Ihu cit, in Htiu Ii ! kt. i, , ir
siitfinr ml ml., r itiomn'f), an-l in nhi ni.,
Ii..dil. isi.ino. iAiiiut,i. ojOBrlw Ji mnii-i
llif City Tr...ir. r for ll7 sum iif Hum- II. .u.-,ia.
(iAt, tmynMe u thr i.rlrf .! "II. ..''i i. l
ll'til) I'.lu 1 mifiy." Io a.. il.-llirrr"l i ivl
t, .i.i).ny iUf iu n. mi l 'Unii iii th mii
Cnij'iia Mi'.. niiK ml.. Ik ml til m urny, or
I T.ii' 1 It., r I Ulil Kiilft. ll'l.t .MlitlM f ill..
puilnint lolli. . l) iifthrw IHoss-nfi'l r . i.
or U-luiu ll.r rj).iriliiM, tt Uiv Jiisr. rriin ll,.
ite.f .1 I 11 I. r, whloh .tl r -t.il 1
htihi'iir..r.'ronV.r nt ihs" i nr i.j . u it..
n.KH.Ili I l.i I'iiiiw iVmnrHitM of ll..-siilti-
I "f 4l l I.. I. I 411.1 M.OUJII).
A I i rui. l ... ju-( ,ih, .fQ.
uUH'l 'rilllJMH U'II.O.V, M)t
Tr!uurt-r' !th'e. City nf Culm, III,, 1
Jill) iSMli, IsTii. f
iNoIK'k i. li. ri-liytiii. n lh.it t In CiiyTnnriT of
tie l'll i.f C'a.r., lU,u llilrui,l.j I.j the ( ly
1 I s.f ui. I I'll), m.l to re Itrin orresi K mi
Si)llivntuf uny In Je)Meln l(i snlil City, wller
.M .linl.tr ls, ni i, A. Is. 70, any onlxr lrttii
I-) lh City clrk on II,.. Tresnrr if sl l ily
V) wy"Hl,,S III llir IHH' IsOIKI III I OIM
..(- ivh. w. -.mi. IIJ.VI I4IIT I 1 111,11 f T .IHirilU
if oilier evelenCe of. Ay ni.,.l.li ,lni.. ki lU.n
i ne i Miliar., i i. ,i ..iiiuua iHiolluni.' 'Hie lli r.
fler Tr llie isKMlit li lnl.tf.t nn tl,r l...nii
illIell04lni- uf 111. Cil. liritn.4 kin I, imli ! .f
i.unr en.WK' n inl. rte.li"s lite i,.. il).
l4 ulrnt reiiittrreil .Hi sti.l Tit,i.uri.F.
Til I'll! Trtritauriir iiu.viiliut.i ttt nji.tr
Ml' s hi ..,iv lixIrMr. Ibrs nl.,.i.
1'lllK.I Ui ml Un uH1i. cuu.vr nt Vnl..n
t-j i., 1. 1 , .Tr,.ir .lui-eiieiin i-ee
t'Hi i.tflii.i .m l l. tfl,l..ntii .tr. i., f. mil " Io I
u ll' K 11.111. i.n I Ir .mi j i , ,' . it i. ,
JiiMF.I'll II. TVI.iHt
"'1 Cilv Triitsuri r.
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
Mill Machinery of all Descriptions
.J. IMS Kast IVail.Sltool,
WJiulex.ile UialuiM nn. I M.iuuf lurvr's
' Agi-nis or
l'nrtlcultir Ailrutluii Io Orilern
4 II ii) I III) i ll
OIU lliilileii, llo-liiii
s'lti iiiir, itii iiiuoiiii
Cor, Walnut & Gano Sts
DAVIS & TLIO ICR U
V LI.IIfAY ItUOTIIIUtN.
And .Igcnts of
OHIO niVIlIt AD KANAWHA
Wo. VO OHIO XiHVEE
. 1 1. M-illmsi. C, c. I lit.
J,JATIH!KS .V L'JII..
i:i. Ohio I,ccc,CAIIU), IliMNOIS.
Sj Ulti alien, 'Kin Id ll.o .urtlm. uti.I !' rif
I FLOUR, HAY and CORN
I,f County .Vsllciniil Huns, Inson, III.! Wm.t'lil,
Dunn, III , City .lif)i,J Iltuk, Clr, lllinel-,
Mnlln il". llolata J (.'!.. l.0lnlnl..l(Mi tli tnluiiili.
M'hlcaxo, II.) lUMwIn X hlmii-, Ota. MsTrlis.nl.,
i lirs.-d, in., In.drso Jl Ui., i1iI-.iki, III,
I rlo rtll',Oreiic.l
Ami lioaf rl .
I I Mr -. K S A)-ts
. n I (n arm) .r
, Commission Merchants
ftU. VJJ UHIU LEVEE,
FIRST H A T 10 H A L BANK
Il.lMirf. HVStD, I'rulili un
'UlUKttTW. Jllf.li:il, Vln-1're..i
fi. limilKS, Cm liter.
Collections Promptly Made.
Cxclniimc, Coin, Hunk .eiM
anil li.Mils'd NIhI(n Nconri
tics IIoiikIiI itml
Iiilirt'.sl Allowvil on Time llrponftii.
CITY NATIONAL BANK:
iapilal - . $100,000
Wl V. IIAI.MUAV, l'iriauS
A II. MA KKOIUICaj Vr r-t. ri
WAIiTKIt UY.SI.01, AoUlusst pllr.
t i . - i ! ' "I - 'P '
IV. I', llallUt',
(if n. ll, W llllaiiuua,
A. l. KafToril.
Kxx'IiaiiKe, Coin nnd
II. Sm Jlouil IIoiiKlit.
33opojltoii XX oooiveci
I - ii rn...".
a (i i:iat a. iiAJfat.iN! nvhi fa h
3D. 3fl. !. !!,
Wnilll rcniuietfullt' Infurni the uitluiim nf l.'niro
an. I tielnil y, (hut h(i I nuw prej.-irnl to fnrnleli
Full lielaINan.lSi,.;c'ii'.,.aiiuin f,,r I'nWIu llallJ
iiiiis. l'rlvatu lU'.Hiuni in. un.l Ilri.lueHiifull Kimlit.
cpieiiil nlleation Kiveu Io Ihu ,reimrullou ol
U. Sa Patent Offlco
Aii'lnNo for nil liliul of .Mill ManufMlurimi anil
i:ii..itu.i.,ln. u-nrir tiniiMf.ii'tluii tiiiiiriuiteeil. Or.
del iresiei tfuly i.ollull(l. OIIU'O U'latur'a lllock,
1,1 l 1111. II, I, VI
I .... AMI
'FORWARDING 5 COMMISSION