mctaRLE OP THK ILLINOIS CKS'TRAL 11. 71.
on anJ nrcnnljr, SU- I III,, X7I, the follow -
. . nrpf-U"!1 win Ajmrrn 1110 nrniai m,i injw .
urn f l'",n'r ,rn"" Crtlr"
. ( Mail train, dally IMS p.m.
lUpreM, daily M5p.in
, irc -.!,. lady a.!n.n,
v-.h.fiw of cr from Cairn In 8t. Loulf. No
l;jpf. ii.hii mm pi ptitiu.iy .in,
f ..r. Onm Cnlro to Clilcairn. Klrranl
C,l..irr Room ilftpinc ears on nicht lram.
HfeW dieted I" all ImporUnt wilntn.
Tie emnuon i aiiippera i fpr""j
to thf fuel Hi it a Fruit Kxprcm train will
' i. Cmro dally, Haturdn). fxpete,l, and "ill
tVr tin- rim from tin. oily to Cliie.iu In mem
.,, ,nr, .ML JOH-VPN. Agent.
MOl'Nl' CITV AND OAI I?
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait. William II. Sandusky.
FOUH TMIV5 KVK11Y DAY ,
fAlEO -A-OSTX) HvEID. CUT'S"
I.KATJC CAIRO, I LEAVE Mil. ClTY,
roof or rietirtimm,
At ' A.M.
t 10 A.M.
At 1 ''
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 2.30 P.M.
At ...C.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
por FACTOtlY, HAWK'f, LANDt.NO, ky,
mouth ok cache, marine ways,
and .vavv y.uii).
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louk Louisville, Cinciksati, Ciii
caoo, New York, Bostox,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
PAMfrgfrtMln nrrlve at nnd leave Cairo m fol
Ainu nt3oa.m 3i30p.m,
pr.rit II 10 R.tn ailli p.m.
IWh trlo connect at Centralia with train on tnt
Pam, tXitiir, nioomlnKton, Kl Vaio, I,nHnl!e,
MrDJoU.Krrcport.'iiilfii t, luilmquc, nml
all io!nt in llllnoif, Minsouri, '
Jllnnffota, U7lonnln anil
Iowa. Anil with
l.lrin runnlnz Et and UVst for
St. LouI, KpfiiijtloM, I.oiiIkvIIIc,
CiDcinnili, In (innpolis, UoIuiiiIiiifi.
AnjAtChlfiijowith 3Iiclil!;:in Central, Michigan
fcoutlim, nJ l'ltt'ljiirg. Fort Wayne
aui t'fiicao lt:iilroK.ls lor
ivtrwt, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
(Ibuy, Koton, I'lillailoiphln,
.'iA?r Fll, Krie, lluttalo,
Sm York, l'ittlmrc, Ilaltltiiurr,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For throtiKh ticVtU ami infnrinutlon, npply to
lllianlt IVntni) Hailrnail Ik-pot.
V. I. JOHNSON,
Criiernl PaffcnKvr Agent, Chicago.
I'AKL Ij. THOMAS.
I' prrparcil to do all Undi of ..nn andorna
KAIOMI.VI.S'f;, I'AI'EK IIA.VCI NO
htO.V WKITIXO, KTC,
it f.Kuri i wliuh ile f all einiipcUon, and in the
liiKlifH.lvlt tfllin alutcr'ti art.
MI01' IN TIIE1ERHY HOUSE,
Mkhek ok commkkciai. avknuk and
F. S. .MUlUtAr,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS I.EHOVKD VKOJf PKIIKY HOU.sK
TO Til R
liKICK 1IUILDING on SEVENTH ST
Wl-OMTK TVINTKH'H 1II.OCK,
JJ K srtMl) improved hU utoek, nn,l han
"K HAS JIA11KKI) DOWN IMtlOES
""''"'tl.nns tlguret., nnd ho Invites thu
1'HlroojUHnr Ilia iml.llr.
A'i i:n..mui.ki:y & whkklhh,
C'H'N.SELOUS AT LAW,
' ' " ' Allen, 1
s.n.oi f Wt,-lir. J
trr''WU7 a'niT 8 WINTKU'h 1.1.QQK.
OKKX & (JIL15KKT,
WIUUSRLOIW AT uw
willi.m 11 din..,, I .....
Milf.F .,tUil, ' ) ,;aI11". H.UNOK
RW-aini,i i,utbt. "'JiniikUy uu,i
office oiiio levek, i;i,i,M i anii b ovr 1
-.. . .......,AI. ,1AVV.
THE VEOI'UVS MEAT MMIKkt
ciian. ;ayi.u a
o,d. pro,,,,.,. aa.l.uu.f.ct.onwarr an
JAMKS KYN ASTON,
Mtilchernu.l IM alerlu nil lilmU M.,h
The Illlnoia CVntral Hal I toad Company now
onerior aai wie 101101111; ueucnoeu Kin la riro
AUdiiiouto the City of Cairo, viz:
Lot tT block V U-t 2 hloel,' n,
1 m . jw, kj 8j,
1 a w, " t " hi,
' C " VI, " 31 " bt,
11 g3 11 H, i tit " ft.
ForUrma.vle. l'll k JAMJJOJiNi
Wlf ' t 'It;
cou.ru A,fUaT.i am, Pui-laic hiki i t. uut in their ononitlon vol ,,K'I,W
CA.itJ, im.INoil duelnb. ,10 nnua or gripini""!?-'' V''
BUYH and aUUKhtem ouly tho vtr) U,t rani,, vtijetable, they Ciin 1,Q' t,,' ''!"
hof.aod l.hr.p,.ud I. prrpmit t "w,a,J ,' out regard tr, ,11 , . . ,n
ilemafid lor freh ineli from one poun.i i i f ,ll,aru to Ulut or huhit,,. Ti
.. s.tWrt.m. MWp.m
.11 p.m. lliWp.m.
I. i;. ji ni p.tn.
Sf (ii , Wni
" TlimitKli N. . M'm
pin mi. I C.ilimii'""..
1 :m p.m. 4:t)p,in,
Olnii 1!lor mule, (,",rl"
.... I'.lll, u.irr,,,,,!,
., 'i:'10n.in ll:li i.ln.
Mi.,.' I1i.tI". '''"-'"v
Tl.cl- , " '
I . . I f U....tA
I If. Ill, in.ii v
Iiiwln e. Ky ,1 1 :iJ .i.m.
OiMienil !! r. f y 7iW m.
if I ) r iiiiln.m.)
MoiifJ rI rili-j.nitiiKiit fi.U0a.rn. 0.00
lifiti'lv " ' ti.tfU a.m. o.uo p.tn
Money Ofik-r nii'l KeLler departments not
o.irn un Kuiida)i.
iCAino!f!jMMiirtiv, No. I.I. Slaleil Afm'jly
n: llio A")Uim Mnvmi i Kail, first ami tliir.lHn
li -ilan Itipacli inontli.
IJiJaiiio l'irsrit(No.2l, ltrgi 'ar Convocation at
M i.ou'c Hall, the Kocon.l Krluay In each month.
fi.ttin t'nii'ttn. No. 71 'treular Convocation
at .Mii.oinc Hull, on the llilni 'I'iios.Ib)- of every
Caiiui Loiiur. No. 217 F. & A. M UoKillar Corn.
mtinli'Atiom nt .Mnnlc Hall, tho iccond ami
fourth Moiulaya ol each mouth.
1 irLTA ij)iint, o.oiv r. s a. ii. .itvguinr vuni
mlltilcatiotifi nt Masonic Hall 3rst unil third
Tliurmlayti In each mouth
At tiAMita Loiuik, 221, Meet! In OJd Fellow'n
Hull, In Artfr'a lluif.llng, ever Thursday even.
Injl, at So'clojk.
IMiIiIImImmI every initmliiff;, Momlnjr ex-
' glass boxes " for snlo
W. AV. TltOltNTON.
at & cents each.
l'oit Salk Low. Sixty kegs of dnm-
nged nails, on board stotimor Eckort, nt
tho landing. All sizes.
Oysters. Louis Herbert lias nlwos on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Kock oys-
Mil. AVniTcoMii's Sykui1. This nrticle
is good for nil diseases incident to tho pe
riod of teething in children nnd is sold
for 25 cents n bottle. dnwlw
"Win. Elilom, at his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing every variety of
boots and shoes from genuine French calf
(ho uses no other kind) which ho sells
roidy mndo or mndo to order nt prico
that defy competition. Jy-'Ctf.
If you havo tho Chilli and Fever uso
Dr. Ualtingcr's Fever Drops; ono bottle
is sufilcicnt for n thorough cure. No person
need have tho fever a second time when
thcg'o drops can bo obtained. daw lw
Wii would call tho attention of our
country frionds who wnnt to got good
pictures to call on J. .1. Thomas, who has
n very pleasant gallery on Commercial
ftvenuo for their accommodation, nnd is
really tho boat nrtist wolmyo had in Cairo
or a long time. tf
Notiok. From August 1st until further
notice, tho faro per transit steamer Illinois
plying between Cairo and Columbus will
bo as follows : One way, $l.r0; round trip,
$2.00. AV. A Lowtii,
100 casci Men's Kip Hoots,
50 " " Calf "
CO ' ' Kip Uroguni,
.10 " Youths', liov, ; Children's
100 casos Ladies' Sl.oe.
25 11 Child's 11
25 " Youths' nnd Hoys' Urogans,
l'or sale, nt wholcfiitlu or retail, for cash
only, at llvo r cunt, below Now York
Huston Slioo Store,
nug21dlw Elliot A; Haythorn.
Notick. Deeming a knowledge of
clicmistrv ueces.'tiry to tho student of all
fclences and professions', as well as to tho
mechanic, 1 propu-o to open a class of
chemistry of forty lessotiri, commencing
on the llr.-t Monday in September next.
For particulars inquire at my ofllee, 112
Oonitncrelal avenue, Cairo,
(ltd A. Wadoymau.
At Eichhoir Bros.," Factory.
Sell Furniture for Cash;
Twenty per unit.
Lower than nnv other Dealer in Cairo.
Made out of Sou'UM'd Lumber,
and will bo
Insured for Six Mouths.
A Hare Chance
Notici: to SuiPPKr.s. Until further
notice the transit steamer, Illinois, willex-
iteml her trips to Hickman twice u week,
luusdiiy and l-t idav mornincs, and
w,n"u,lt "f frolght will Justify her in
j WAn hllc. w ... k . f .
-l V' week. For tho nri'sont. frelL-ht will
h" ucelvul on the Transit Wharf Hoat
"my on M im i--.-
- ' j Aiuirfiuavs,
, v..Mt:h .loiisHUN, Agent.
J. .1. Tn,... i..7,.. 7" ..
, ' up uiu room
- " tu.lnw.. it! ... ... . , UU'"b
K've him ft iti..v
' (in and see him and
'lo U prepared to do all
WnfL- 1.. . . 1
doi'j It well. l'owsrPi line, and
''.v Vhom un.i v.!. ,.l'!t "? l,'u st"'"
rrice-'t, re, 1 ' " '"' Uti.ll.id
IU H 1)01. v..
lfli.Ti in miU.......
-do lo I'ittker a: JJluKon, corner C..
mcrciut nveiitio mid 11th street, fur Amor
lfr.nl 1 111
' "niv 1 Itr :, i
THE CAIRO DAILY
aomiHii Luthern picnic, nt Flora Gar
den, Monday noxt rcmombor. (
Qo to Fnrkjr to IHnKo's for window
glass, putty, etc. aug20dlm
Vincent will comnionco collecting tho
money for his gift entorprlso noxt week.
Sovernl colored offenders against tho
ordinances woro arralgnoJ boforo JUdgo
Hross yoslorday, and flnod.
Tho nutumnal season Is t hand nnd
old Sol is becoming less ardent as he p
proaches tho signi Libra, Scorpio and Sag
Charles Mohner nnd ltobert Hillings
ly were last night appointed at pollco con
stablesgood men. Thcso appointments
hi! tho police force. 1
Tho Sistorg of Lorotto hnvo addod
eight lots to thIr academic grounds, and
no.w occupy tho ontiro block on which
their nchool building is locntod.
Tho actlvo soason of tho Doltst Social
Clubwill be inaugurated in a fow wooki by a
social pnrty, to bo followed by other rechtr-
the HtTair!?, during tho fall nnd coming
Joo Arnold wept a gallon of tcnri last
night over tho defeat of tho foe-abolishing
proposition. Ho cxpoctcd to sorvo all
papers horeaftor issuod out of tho police
Tho hog ordinanco fell last night bo-
fore tho vigorous votes of n majority of the
Joint session of tho couucil. Looso hogs,
mtxrkcu nnd registered, will now1 bo In
Ilyland's favorito dog wn shot yes
terday by tho city officers, nnd Hylnnd has
heaped n mountain of imprecations on tho
assassin'a head. "Whore, 0 Hylnnd, was
Hov. Conn, rector of tho Church of tho
Kcdccmcr, will not visit Shavrncotowu a
publishod. Ho will bo at homo on Sun
day and havo.sorviccs in his church morn,
Go to Parker & Make's for wall pa
por, window shades, etc. nug20dlm
Tho orphan asylum collapsed for want
of funds to support it in a proper manner.
Its necessities mado n continual demand
upon the pockots of Its patients. It had a
most ravenous maw, and starved to death.
Tho committoo on rovisiou of the
odinnuccs reported last night. Tho coun
cil, frightened by tho length of tho ordi
nances, adjourned until to-day nt 2 o'clock,
and propose to tnke nil afternoon nnd night
to hear them read.
Wm. Minor, Frank Cherry nnd Jno.
ltoach wcro last night nominated by the
mayor ns laborers on the sidewalk and
confirmed by tho council. This gives to
Dovoro flvo workmen, nnd we may now
expect that tho walks will be moro rapidly
repaired than heretofore.
McCormlck's meat shop, on Commer
cial nvenue, was robbed yostcrdny morn
ing, ut half-past three o'clock, of n quanti
ty of meat. Yesterday nftornoon, Shco
ban got on tho trail of thieves, and arrest
ed them, recovering all tho meat.
An influx of Cincinnati pilots Is now
alllicting Cairo. Only thoso boats that can
navignto on tho sweat of a pitcher can now
run between this city nnd Porkopoli?, nnd"
as a conscnucnco tho pilots of that burg
aro seeking deeper water at tbo head of
Tho Littlo ltcdi and tho -Victims, two
jevenilo baso ball club, mndo tho Delta
grounds hideous with noiso yesterday, for
tho space of four long hours, more or less.
Tho game was hotly contested, nnd tho
Victims wotit down before tho suporior
skill of tho Littlo ltcd boys.
Wo wero yesterday shown n map of
l'tthiski county, which, when completed,
will bo iti evory way oqual to steel engrav
ing. It is tho work of Mr. William llan
man, uti architect of great merit, who will,
if ho tlnds business enough to. warrant it,
sottlo in Cairo. His otllce is, at present,
in Hross' building.
A frightened countryman roported
to Judge Hross yesterday, that tho Caclio
brldgo was down again flat. Thojudge, of
courso, mado hastu to visit tho sconoof dls
aster, but, on hU arrival at tho bridgo,
found it right sido up with enro. Tho
judgois hunting tho countryman, with tho
intention of committing bodily injury.
Tho frosts of wintor wo invito to has
ten their appearance, with storms of snow,
hail and sleet, so that bnso ball, that pes
tiferous niiisnnco that now afllicts tho
youth of this city, may be nipped in tho
hud withered dried up, A littlo of it,
might do ns a discipline to patienco; but
to havo it, as wo havo it, morning, noon
nnd night, dished up under our windows)
is piling 1 'el ion on Ossn n vexation of tho
spirit, and not to bo endured.
A national convention of colored peo
ple buying been called nt St. Louis, to meet
on tho 2L'd of September, to dotermino
which days shall bo colcbrutod its freedom
days, and whether tho colored people fa
vor femalo suffrage, n mass meeting of tho
colorod pvoplo of Cairo was held last
night nt tho African Methodist Church, for
the purpose of electing n delegate. Mil
ton Jenkins wns called to tho chair, and
Wm. T. Scott appointed secretary. It was
moved and carried that tho colored peoplo
of Cairo aru in favor of femalo suffrage
Mr. J. J. Hird nnd Mr. J. Glndnoy woro
put in nomination for delegate. The voto
rosultod in 6'2 for Hird nnd 52 for Glndnoy.
Tho chair refused to give tho casting voto,
and tho meeting adjourned to moot again
u two weeks, when tho voto for dolegato
will again bo taken,
We have suen n drawing of the front
elevation and tho ground plan of tho pro
posed new Catholic church. Tho extreme
length insldo will bo 100 feet and In width
Tho bight of tho colling, which will
bo hupportod by Gothic archos, will be
about lo feet. Tho cntiro building will bo
in the pure Gothic stylo of architecture,
und cost probably between $11,000 and
irl&.OOO. The front elovalion is beautiful,
priiienting at oneo a solid and airy and
graceful appearance. Tho lower, sur
mounted by tho crons, nnd riling from tho
front center to tho bight of 1H5 feet, will
i.dd much to tho comeliness of the building
which when completed will be an oma-
"utit to tho city und tho prldu of thu
I vvujrejutlon whcsacbrlsilnn liberality villi
havo been Abundantly tcslifled o by their
works. Labor on tho, foundation will com-.
uiunuu niiuin ion any',
Tho .Council Insl ntffiil ftint thn now
uoparturo in earnest. .Messrs. Taylor,
,T ,nlcr wood, Wnldor nnd Mclcnlf, of
"roi committee,' suggested lo tho
mayor for nomination at sidewalk luboreri
threo. (coloro4 men Milton, Jenkins, us
foreman, and Alfred King and Homy Bry
ant as htaj.sststanta; Tho mayor, comply,
ing with tho re'commondallon of tho com
mittee, nominated tho persons named and
they woro confirmed by a unanimous lole
of the council. We aro glad to observe
that Mr. Wood, the .only radical member
of tho committee, concurred with tho dem
ocrats In this tho first effort mado In Cairo
to havo tho colorod population rcprosontcd
among tho servants of tho municipality
to allow them to work for tho council and
draw wages from tho city, treasury for
their labor. This fact shows that Mr.
Wood has retained nono of tho prejudices
otthepast, but atandt'thoulder to shoul
dor with the domocrajs(ln (thoir advanced
liboral position. 'Wo congratulato him,
Councilman "SVooQ mado n spooch
lait night, in tho council, Jn opposition to
tho roport of tho pollco investigating com
mittoo. Ho is in favor of giving feet to
tho pollcomon as an incontlvo to activity.
Aldormn'h Scaco could not support it be
cauie ho did not wish to .dismiss tho police
forcoboforeiomo arrangements could bo
made to nil tho vacnntplacoi. Alderman
Carroll denounced tho fog system, nnd
rnpped.thc police forco briskly ovor tho
knuckles. Aldorman Fitzgerald moved
to divide tho question lo adopt tho roport
and voto'icparatoly on tho recommonda-
lioni of tbb committoo, but nobody second
ed It, aud tho question being taken tho
report was not received and tho council
refilled to adopt tho resolutions, 7 yeas 0
nayi. Tho pollco forco who woro present
lobbying left tho council chamber, chuck
ling, and took a drink ovor tho discomfi
ture of tho anti-foo men. Thoy may now
prococd to tho rosurroction of all tho dead
ordinances in tho ordinanco book, and go
for tho technically guilty with along polo.
Thoy have been smtalned by tho council
they havo, indood.
Go to Parker & Dlako'a for lamp,
lamp chimnoyt, paint brushes, etc.
Funeral Noticf.. The friends and ac
quaintances of tho lato Miss Makt Srni.v-
out, and tho late Honry Harrlngor, aro
invited to nttend tho funeral of Miss
Srni.voin, nt her late retidonco on Fourth
street, botwecn Washington nvenuo. and
Walnut itreot, at ono o'clock to-dy. Ser.
vicei by tho,Jlov. Mr. Conn, of tho Epis
copal church. A ipecial train will leavo
tho fool of Fourth street, for Villa Rldgo,
at two o'clock precisely.
New 1'iiotoohapu Gallery. We n-
tico that Mr. J. J. Thomas has fitted up
tho rooms latoly occupied by W. G. Worth
ington in very good style, jsad, as an nrtist,
Is doing cxcollont work that should cntitlo
him to n fuir shnro of patronago.
Just Ueceivkd A largo lot of saddles,
bridles, harness and collars, nnd for sale
low to the trade.
oug2Ctf Stuatton & Hied.
Notice. Parker & Blake bavo'rcinoved
to Bross' brick store, on Commercial are-
laue, second door from tho corner of 11th
itroet. Thoy havo added to their already
Largo stock of paints, oils, wii.dow glass,
wall paper, shades, lamps, varnishoi, etc.,
nnd invito tho public gonorally to cull on
them in their now quarters. Thoy make
n speciality of tho cololratod Aurora oil,
which they will eupply to their customers
in quantities from n half pint to ten bar
rels, nt much less cost than coal oil, and
warrant it not to explode. aug2Cdlm
A not 11 k 11 Old Citizen Oonj,. Miss
Mury Springer, lisier to tho late Honry
Barringcr, a resident of Cairo for eighteen
years, died yoslorday nt her residonco in
l this city, ugod 70.
Tho decensod was n woman whoso hoart
hnrborod none of tho petty iqipulsci which
sow dissensions In society; but, modest
and unassuming, shrinking from tho gazo
of tho world nnd walking in tho shadow
of retirement, she scattered littlo kindness
es on each sldo of hor llfo-path whllo tko
light of kindly fortuno shown upon her,
and when dark dayicamo upon hor days
of trial nnd distross, in which sometimes
tho darkness was not illumiuatod by even
a ray of ploasurc, alio boro hor crosses
with u choerfuluess born of faith in tho
goodness of God, who nover fails to bring
good out of evil to, ut last, turn to tho
nnxtous eye of tho unfortunnto tho silver
lining of tho dark cloud of ndverso fato.
Her days woro lengthened boyond tho av
orago lifo of frail mortality, and, as sho
advancod towards, the end, hor rela
tives ono after another dropped'
into tho gravo until sho was loft
alono in the world lonely,, but not
doiolate, for kind friends, whoso hearts had
been baptitcd in tho fountain of charity
and kindness, sustained hot with hopeful
words' and "r'omovod from hor path many
of tho troubles which burden tho strong
nnd broak down tho weak. During forty
years sho was a dovoto worshipper at tho al
tar of tho Episcopal church,. and .ived the
life of n loyal Christian. In hor ipboro sho
was true to all tho obligations of duty;
ovon with littlo In her. grasp ner hand
oponod when charity asked for alms;
wronging no one, sho walked in the un
clouded light of faith, hopeful in tho dark
est hour, kind as good. Hay tho turf lio 1
softly on hor breast, nnd tho flowers that
spring from hor grave bo typical of that
immortality which blooms boyound tho
PiULLir Bauuh is master of his trado,
nnd warrnnts nil of his work to bo of tho
very Ictt mntoiial nnd manufacture; guar
antees a complete lit nnd ontiro satisfac
tion, is not confined to anyparticular stylo,
but mukos every varloty of boots nnd shoes
from the heaviest cowhide to tho llnost
French calf und morocco.- Ho also keops
a lurgo stock on band, of hh own wmmiae
turt. nnd any ono desirous of purchasing
good cuktom work choup should call on
him at his shop on Eighth St., south sldo,
nwr corner vtoUolovoc; Cairo, atf
A GHOSTLY P10TURK,
WHAT MYSTERY IB THIS ? HKD BPIRITB OR
WHITE, BLACK BriRlTS OR ORAY T
. Somo threo years go, ,tbo wlfoo Mr
Sbbllyf of this cky 'purchased Bomo" arti
cles of dry goods nt tho storo of (hp Into
Scott Wliito. Among them wasnn ordln
nry wtito linen handkerchief. Since its
purchase, the squaro of linen has been
usod for Its legitimate purpose, hai under
gone many washings, and in its bettor
days emerjrod from everv cltinnilnip vtth
out spot or blemish. Some weeks nso, the
handkerchief began to snow evldencos of
tho, constant use It bad been put to. The
thin thread hore, and there one or tw
small rents, anu several actual holes in the
texture, indicated that its dayi of useful
ness as a monchoir were numbered with
the past. It was. turned oyer to ono of
Mrs. Shelly'a little girls, who used it as a
slato cloth in ichoo). Yotterday morning
the little girl
WASHED THE tlAXDEIRCHIEr,
laid it, on a clean, whito ironing clotb,
and proceeded to smooth it out
with a common flat iron. Sho smoothed.
folded nnd pre J sod it, and on taking it up
discovered what sho supposod to bo tho ro-
mains of a stain. Sho did not look at it
very closely, but again washed tho hand-
korchiof, this timo taking particular palm
nun out tub stain.
She rinied nnd wrung out tho clotb, nnd
again Ironed It. What wore hor sons,
tlont to And tho stain brighter than boforoi
and to havo assumod the form nnd featuros
of a human face, tho faco of
A DEAUTlrUL WOMAN.
She ran with tho cloth to her parents, cry
ing, "toe what tho iron has mado on this
handkerchief." Mr. and Mrs. Shelly ex
amined it closoly, ns also tho iron, nnd
the cloth on which it was proised, but
there was no solution of tho mystery. Tho
handbcrchief was washed and re-washed,
but ovory effort failed to obliterate tho
picture, which loomed to havo bocomo a
part of tho texture of the llnon. Thoro ii
photographed upon tba;handkerchief with
remarkable distinctness, about half way
betweon' tho center And tone corner. A
lingular feature of tho picture ii that
although dliMnet at all times, when held
in tho ihadow of anything, away from tho
unobstructed light, tho eyes and oyobrows,
hair, lines of tho drois, etc., show much
plalnor than boforo., Tho features are
fine and regular, what may be termed
high-bred tho hair is waved back from
from tho forehead. The nock is exposed
and adorned with a necklaco. The bodice,
which shades off into indiitinetnon, is or
namontcd with laco, and a flower placod
rather to tho loft. A namo is written un
derneath, but this cannot bo deciphered.
How came tho picture on tho handkerchief,
is tho qucition which baffles all inquiry,
Tho mystery rofutos to bo Bolved. It has
boon suggested that tho face is
A SPIRITUAL PHOTOGRAPH.
Mrs. Sholley has examined all pictures
of friondi and rqlatlvos in her possession,
but finds nothing rosombling this picturo
nmong thorn. Tho affair has thrown our
worthy frionds into considerable trepeda
tion. Hitherto aloof from superstition
nnd nil belief in the supernatural, thoy
cannot resist tho idea that
nro hovering about tho dwolllng. Tho
idea is not a pleasant one, to say tho loast;
and fur tho peace of mind of the anxious
family we hope Vboro may be found a nat
ural cause for the nppearanco of the pic
turo, and that it is not, at thoy aro at
presont almost forced to bcliovo, the werk
of n ihndowy hand, invisible) to earthly
Boardinc houies uso Gillct's. ng!3
Shrivo's celebrated 11 o'clock lunch
oycsteri at Jorgonsen . tf
Everybody goes to Jorgensen'i family
corcorr for tbo Halford Lelchestcrshlro
Every dollar you pay c, New-York
lifo insurance company is pormanontly
withdrawn from circulation in this stato.
The laws of No w-York compel tbo compa
nies to keop all their funds invested within
tho limits of that ttato, or within fifty
miles of Now-York city. Tbo Lifo Associa
tion invests its money whero it is taken.
Go to Jorgensen'i for imported Dun-
deo orange marmalade, tho colebratod
London crystal vinogar, in quarts, and
choice Genoeso figs. tf
Tho Chicago Bcor Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 2G and 28 Eighth
street, is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Btx-r, Liquors of every
description, and aM kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. No ordinary liquon aro
dispensed at tho bar of tho saloon only
tho very boit, nnd guoiti find in attend
ance polito and accomodating waitors. A
free lunch ii sproad ovory day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual7tf.
Thoio French Chorrics, in iyrup, so
popular with connolsoun, are sold by Jor
Cbai. II. Evans, Waihington-avonue,
between Eighth nnd Ninth itroeti, has on
band a iplondid stock of family groceries
of all kinds, which ho Is selling at tho
lowest prices. ,11 0 is determined not to bo
undersold, and challenges comparison of
tho quality of hit gcodi with any homo in
tho city. Uli tholf goods are of every va
riety, fresh and seasonable, and anything
and everything tho market affords can bo
purchasod at his storo at tho lowest rate
Givo him a call. tr
At Jorgenion's may bo found tho pop
ular French niiorted pickles, tf
William Alba's barber si op is grow
ing in public favor evory day, It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skillful workmen in tbo city. The pro
prietor has had many years' experience in
his business and is rocognizod hi ono of the
most expert ehavors in Southorn Illinois,
whilo young Alba is a mnstor in his pro
fession. Citlzons nnd strangers who wish
a pninloss shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronizo Alba. His shop is on Commer
cial nvenuo next door to Ilnnnon's news
1 Brobs, County Judge, presiding: Jacob
0. Lynch, Clerk; A.H.Irvin, Shoriff.
Friday. Auoust25 Otii day.
Tho caso of Catherine Gannon vs. cstnto
Michael Gannon, ilocnnied ilnhl $3?.S0-
was dlsmlscd for wnnt of prosecution, at
Alio case ofC. W. Dunning vs. cstatoof
nnnon, uocoasod debt 08, was
dimiisod for same roann
In the caso entitled "In tho matter of the
estatoofjohn Hamilton, doceased appll
cation to fllo dospcrato and doubtful
claims" a continuance wm .rrntito.i
Louis P. Butler handed Intn rn,,ri 1,1.
resignation as gunrdlan of Louis Green.
minor uoir 01 joiin ureon, deceased, which
Tho report of L. P. Butlor, guardian of
ijouii urcen. deceased, wm ttnnmvnd .r.
ordorod on record, nnd laid Butlor
pay over balnnco in his hands belonging
minor to nig successor.
Lottcrs of cunrdlanshln woroordnr.i n
bo Issued to H. Wntson Wobb as guardian
or .lowis urecn, ho having filed bond In
penal sum of $500.
Tho court then adjourned until court, in
Tho most popular shoo ihon in town
ii on 20th itroet opposito tho court house
hotel, whero Wm. Ehlors manufactures
boon and ihoci for Ills customers, warrant
cd to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, nnd which ho gunnralocs to givo
cntiro satisfaction. Call on him nnd you
will know how It is yoursolf. Jy20tf
Mr. Itoscnwntpr, of the woll-known
dry goods house of Goldstoln & Ilosonwa-
tor, is now in New-York purchasing a full
stock for tho fall trade. With them the
campaign hai alroady opened, and in
voices of now fall goodi of ovorvdeicrln-
.ton aro Doing received daily. Tho firm is
wido-awako and deserving of iuccoss, and
aro now, wo nro glad to lay, doing an Im-
mcmo business In their lino. aug21Ct
Jorgonsen has n great run for Cant,
Whito's oriental pickles. tf
Smith & Brlnkmoyor, at tho corner of
Commercial avonuo and Eighth street, aro
agonU for the tale of tbo new Wilson Sow
ing Machines, to which they wish to call
the especial attention of tho public. It is
the eboapest macbino in tho market, sell
ing 120 cheaper than any of its rivals
and is, in every rospoct, equal, to tho best.
All kinds of lowing heavy and light-
can bo dono on It in tho vory belt stylo,
abd it is not liablo to get out of order. It
ii emphatically tho poor roan's macbino
boing within tho reach of tho poorest fami
ly in tho country. Messrs. S. & B. invite
tho public to call and oxamino it.
Stosmor Mallio Ragon. Evansvillc.
" Columbia, Arkansas river.
" Fnlls Pilot, St. Louis.
" Mnry Miller, Now Orleans.
City of Cairo, Vicksburg.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" J. M. Kellogg, St. Louts.
.las. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Bee, St. Louis.
" City of Alton, Now Orleans.
Steamer Malllo Bagon, Evunsvillc.
" Columbia, St. Louis.
" Mary Miller, Louisvillo.
" City of Cairo, St. Louis.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Alton, St. Louis.
" M. J. Wicks, New Orloans.
" Mollio Ebert, New Orleans,
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Steamboat Bollo Memphis, Mcmpb'n.
" Mollio Mooro, Now Orleans.
" Gloncoe, Now Orleans.
',' Dick Johnson, Evansvillc.
" Eddyville, Louisville.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr. Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
Tho decline in the river at this point is
steady aud a gonoral drying-up process is
going on. Several riven nro only navl
gated by skiffs and dugouts. Tho Alio-
ghany, it is nllegcd by some, is lower than
it has been since 1844. In somo parts of
tho country wells and springs aro dry und
farmers hnvo troublo In gotting enough
wator for their stock. Tho Arkansas is
falling with only 1G inches above und 2U
below Little Itock.
Businoss on tho wharf is much tho same
one day us anotbor.
Tho Malllo Bagon arrived on timo with
nfair trip of freight atd pnssongcrs.
Tho Columbia camo up light.
Tho Fnlls Pilot has laid up at this port.
Tho Mary Miller, from New Orleans,
had but littlo freight.. Sho proceeded on
her way to Louisvillo.
Tho City of Cairo arrived 24 hours be
hind timo. Sho did not stay with us long
on account of boing so much behind time.
Tho J. M. Kellogg arrived with n tow
of froigbtod barges. Sho was aground iov-
oral tlmos on hor way out, but did not stay
long at nny one place.
The Jas. Fisk, Jr., bad a good trip. Sho
reported the Argonaut aground on tho foot
of tho chain.
Tbo Mollio Ebort doparted with nil tho
freight sho wanted.
The M. J. Wicks did not dopart as was
reported, having met with engagements
that dotalnod her until last evoning, whon
sho departed with good a trip. Sho tows n
barge until sho gots over tho shoal places.
Tbo Bee succeedod in getting off Greon-
loafs and arrived with ono bargo in tow.
Tho barge she brought out wns aground
somotimo at Grcenlcofii,
Tbo City of Alton had but littlo freight.
Sho reports but toven feet botwoon hore
Louisville, Aueust 25. The river is
falllnr- alnurlv with 10 Inrhna over tnO
schuto and 4 feot 0 inches on Portland bar.
It rained all night nnd this morning
it is cloudy and signs of moro rain to-night.
Arrived Umpire, Cairo.
T. . OK A irrtf
New Orleans, a"Su
O.B. Church, St. wuu. iJopar.ou--lnntio
and barges, St. Louis.
Vicksuuro, Aus. 25- Down, John
Kyle ; UP. 0. Yargor. James Howard.
f fiuiuov. Gov. Allon. Warm nnd
ST. JjOuib, AUg. io.sanry nvi -j
Jonnion, Capital City and Doxter, from
NewLOrleani; Lako Superior and Lucy
Bertram from Kookuck ; Allck, from Kan-1
m City. Departed, Bello Mooipbii, for ,
w sr. . T..j. IIAM ., Ut 1A
for Keokuk : Lako Suporior for St. Pa
invar riaincf aiowir. weninnr riot wii
light fchowor this evening.
ten Inches nnd falling. Heavy rain 1
ntgnt nnu tins morning.
nfiiiir 1 iMrnrmi nun nxirnn
1 11 M 1VU I UlVllOUlll ULI J
HTK, A VTTtfi A T KHTC3HK
City National Biuak BmiMIb.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WAT.T. PAPWP PATKT
PaltFf BfMia, OaMllae,
- - -ki mr ir u
And the celebrated illumlDAtlna.
nnu.iB uuu.uinu. ixih, iitii.ht. a en
no rneaiuen or in Herman Lutheran
propose ie give plenle
FOR Till IIENKF1T or THE school,
rfv . . a . a Art
JH JUOMDAT, AUGUST ZOTlT,
TicktU, Tictntyfltt ct.
. . a ssv vfvwucu win lJ irut in HID UMI orutjr DO
iTk. .l III a . a . t .
W, Mid rvftethmenU of All Ifinda Will tu
n ifMi in f&riniiatMsi. MnawHfai im(nitna.fiiai
TucmiauiiCi joimrana run win Mtnvc
wen. vj jirrtinQmcni9rtm. uvtrrwu-i. W
1 1 . A 1 - V .
WILL !l GIVfl I HI
AltAH FIRE COMPANY,
Km day, SBrrEMiiKP. 1st, 1871.
Tickets, M tl
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N. ltol.insou. auglWtd
BOOTS AND MUeEI.
BOOT AND SHOE jkfAKSR, '
1 , . . U?......IAM ....... Va.Im a. ...t
Uoots and Shoes Made to Order.
Kino Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
rfOOP SKIRT FACTORY
aoii auiaci roa
BOOTS AND S II O 8
luiuercUl Aveune, CrBr t Klgktli
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OB-
DERH FOR HOOPSKIRTH AND snOE.
B. S. HARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
A QUEENS WAEE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, 1
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue-
J. GEO. 8TEINUOUSB,
Cr. Ntu-t. Btl sjisttsMeiwll-v.
ATClean Towels nad
KVt ...In. an, I f.hlt.lrAnfl lit. rnC anJ ahain
pooed, either at the shop or at their own homes. ,
iMi 1 I II 1 1 ,.li I I 1 ,t tn.lp .1 VA.I fn A
olentltie manner. Batlalactlon guaranteed.
Ti, iin.inrnmneil. nroDrietori of tlie Dsnraad
WKBKLT IIUI.lTII, , Ju" J ...... .
mentoi the latest itylea of Job Printing typei,
and havo now onnof the moit complete lob sncei
In th" Houth and West. The. flatter thsmielre.
that they poanesa faellitiea for turning! out.
promptly, in tho beat stylo of the Art. affworlc
entrustod 10 them, from the unalleit eard or
label to the mammoth poster, and at prices
which Icafo with our business men no Rood ex-
1 un;avt .w, ivw.v.
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