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Sht (fremiti gtolletto
rUllLISIIKD IIT JOHN II. OIIKRLY CO.
M. II. IlAKRKLL, ABflOCIATK EDITOR.
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1869.
Illluol Cent nil It. K., ChnH(ce or Time.
The trniiiN now leave nu follows:
Mad trninilcaieiit S o'clock a.m.
Fxpre " " 1W " i.m.
Mail trmn arrlie nl ,.......m 2 o'clock .m.
Express " " . - 4:W p.m.
Way, leave at - 4:30o'c!pok: a.m
Kxprrs, " ..-...Zi .. ... ' p.'hl
Way, arrives I .w
yxrtr " -.. "
Dally, Sundays oxcoptod.
I'uro French Syrups
Wleuer'H for Invalids.
The $530 lost by the old Kentucky gen
tleman, on board UiolrnIiiTuc?Ifty morn
ing, haaiiot been recovered. Thopartleu
arrested for ntcallngljliiegur'8 watch pro
test they are innocent, In that regard;
but assert that there were four Memphis
thieves on board, who, probably, cannot
trulhfully deny "the .soft linpoachment."
Wo think It highly probable that tlio
watch thieves know exactly what become
of tlio greenbacks.
French Syrups neutralize tho heat of
"timmer, luul the Hick, and promote hap
plneas; try them. For ialo by Michelson
t Wiener. Je201v
The fttiiiotiM Seller Water, Weis Deer,
Catawba and Rhino Wines, cool and
jure, art always kept at tho Egyptian
llrewery Saloon, corner of "Washington
avenue and Tenth street. Dovcrsof these
delightful beverages aro Invited to call,
ai they will be politely treated and sat
We were visited to-day by Mr. J. V.
Urt'gson, secretary of the Industrial
I.aguo ot Mound City. Ho Is in tho
city to confer with Mich of our citlr.onatt
'nay feel nn interest In tho objeets of the
leaguo; and to aid, if needs be, in. tho
ranlratl'iii of a league In tills city.
Tlio ohltff obifcts of the organization are
.r.di'-ated In an ariMw which appears on
'he first page of this pajx-r.
Arnlt Kxeiiniloii to liiitrnli.
Tills old reliable lire company leaves
phe Cairo wharf on Monday morning, at
I o'clock, to attend the Firemen's Pa
pule, and basket picnic at I'adticah,
t.avlng accepted the klr.d invitation of
' lie fire department of that city. They
xtetid a cordial invitation to anybody
friendly to the Arabs to go along with
Mem. The cliarge for tho . round - trip,'
f r adults, $1.50 ;boys, M cunts no charge
ting made for ladten. They have enga
, . a line bras ami string band, and the
pl'MidM steamer Underwriter for tho oc
in, and from the long "reputat Ion
ft.n .nipaiiy for conducting all their
(X j.-i'.n, etc., with propriety, nud
iMiig general utisfactlon, together with
'leiiisii coicpoHingUio committee
farraiigemeiitt!, uro u sure guarantee
hat It will be a cheap, pleaitaut and liar-
Lrjilous trip, and one that will long be
remembered, both by our firemen and
their friend, vLsitlng the ilretnou and
i Itlzens of our histerclty. 1 3t
llriillliful nnil llrllKhiral Hitik.
The celebrated Seller's, Kistlngen and
r)iilsvllie Artesian waters aro kept on
draught at the City Drug Store, Com
mercial avenue, bctweon Hlxth and Sev
enth streets. Jo 15 tf
Tobnrco Nlm To-imy.
There wbh a largo attendance of both
buyers and planters, and tlio bidding
was decidedly anlraaled. We noticed
with pleasure a number of local buyers
about tho boards, in friendly competition
to "soo their money back." Ninety,
threo hogsheads wero oilered, and every
ono of them was sold. Tlio prices per
hundred pounds wero us follows:
Two hhds at $2S 00; -2 hhd at $i 00; 3
hhils at ?24 00; 2 hhds at ?23 00 ; 3 hhdH
at 522 CO; 1 hhd at ?22 00; 3 hhds at ?20
(K); 2 hhds at $10 00; 2 hhds at $18 CO: l
hhds(at$17 CO; 2 hhds at $10 "C ; lhhd
.it10 CO; 2hhdsat$17 7C; 1 hhd at $15
:'); 1 hhd at$ll 25; 2 hhds at $13 25; 1
hhd at $12 CO; I hhd at$12 25 ; 2hhdsat
f 12 00; 1 hhd at $11 7C; 2hhdsat$ll 60;
hhds at $10 75; 1 hhd at $10 CO; 5 hhds
am 00; 2 hhds at $0 76; 1 hhd at$0 CO;
t hhds at $9 2.5; 2 hhds at $9 10; 2 hluls
at$0 00; 1 hhd at $3 CO; 1 hhd at $S 60;
1 hhdat$S 40; 2 hhds at $S 25; 2 hhds
at $8 (X); 12 hhds from $5 25 to $7 75.
Tho prices wero considered highly sat
isfactory, and wo did not hear of a slnglo
Tlio Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
I.evee, Is furnished with the latest styles
of tables, ami the bar supplied with the
most excellent liquors. Freo lunch Is
xpread uveryday at 'J a. m. and 10 p. m.
The Arab Firo Company have nccopt
, fd an Invitation from the Mechanic Fire
Company, No. 1, at I'adticah, to partlcl
jiate in a grand .parade and plcnlo to bo
given by tho lattor on tho Cth of July.
Tho steamer Underwriter has been char
tered for tho occasion, and a good time is
xpected. Tho many friends of tho com
pany, and tho ultizoa In general, aro ro
spc etfully invited. Tho faro for tho round
tip will ho for male adults, l 50; chll
lirn at ten, and under flftoon' years of
tge, 50 cents. Tlio time of departure- has
not yet been dutpniiluud upon, but duo
notice will bo given.
Coi. Jah. H. I midi n-,
jVNTIIONV FlC'lIllAC it,
Tjios. J. Kuiui,
MtlM Watch Beeoverad.
We mentioned tbft fget yeterdy that.
Mr. Llnegmr had his pocket picked of a
fine gold watch, while taking a nap on
the can thU aide of Anna. He discov
ered his low on bf arrival at Anna, anl
saw two men Juapfrora the train, whom
he had occaalon to auvpect aa the pur
folners of his,, timepiece.. On his arrival
atOdln lie advised day policeman Arnold, j
of this city, of tho faoU in the case. Ar
nold repalrd o Anna, where ho -learned
that two Busplcloug Individuals had been
'arrested and searched by tho marshal of
Anna, and'turiied looso beaue,of the
absence of any proof, of thelrguilt- Ar
nold, accompanied by the marshal, at
onco repaired to- tho'' sprite where, tho ar
rest had been made, and PCArchibff the
premises closely, unearthed tho watch a
tho root of a tree. Then., getting upon
tho trail of the rascals, they scontcd them
to Vancll'fljahdlnp, fifteen miles aboVV
, tho Cape, whero they come up with them
and took them under arrest.
Ono 'of the men is Frank mil, who'
bears tho repuatlon of u professional.
Tick-pocket. Tho other gives hlH name"
as Bowman, not bocuuse Unit in his name,
probably, but because It' will answer as
well as any other. They wore brought
to Cairo yeHtordayafternoon and are now'
In Jail, where they will romaln unill the
Union county grand Jury takocognlzanco
of their case.
TK K 1 1 1 PI C 1 1 UK It I C A I
TrcH Vriu ticl from tbe (Jromift. itad
v Whirled In the Air, Home, lilown
'f Ilown, Ac.
One of the severest huriicanes thut
over visited Southern Illinois, HWept
over Ullln, twenty miles abovo Cairo, on
the lino of tho Illinois Central railroad,
on Tuesday evening last.
About four o'clock tho residents were
apprised of the coming of the storm by a
heavy, dull roar in the dlstaut foreste,
and, apprehending a severe blow, imme
diately soucht shelter. A few minutes
afterwards tho Mind broke in upon the
devoted village with tornado fury,
threatening, for tho time, both loss of llfo
and greut destruction of property. Plies
of bourdvunl scantlings were lifted into
the air and hurled hither and thither,
descending hundreds of yards distant;
trees were wrested up by the roots and
stripped of their limb", houses wero un
roofed and blown down, fencts wero
demolished, and for a moment It was
,bellcved that the ;passcnger train, with
iLi human freight, would be lifted from
tho track and dashed to atoms.
Our informant took refuge under a
platform car, standing on a switch,, aud.
upon this car great tlmberij wero, rallied
thut crushed their way through tho'lfoor
as If they had taken a contract to bom
bard It until it" garrisbn o? one capitu
Thouxtent of the damagu done could
not In tho hurry aud consternation of the
hour, bo ascertained-' In tho vlll.ngc,h"e
store houfce of Moasrs. JleuliricKs & Cuhl
was blown Int-i a shapeless wreck, aud
tho stock therein qulto destroyed. The
drug storeand oftlco of Dr. Victor wire
Wlously damaged; -tho front of J, H..
VIck's stor6 house was blown out, the
roof of Mr. Hick's residence was partly
blown oir, besides a demolition of out
houses, fences, etc., forming an aggregaio
damage of thousands of dollars.
Tho ravages of tho hurricouo woro not
confined to Ullln. The country or miles
on either hand was swept by It; but wo
aro not informed In detail as to the dam
age. The residents all agree that it was
tho moat destructive and alarming
storm that over visited the country.
A Tonne Sinn Ixc R400,
A few evenlngsagoayounggentlemau
from Kentucky, ordinarily a (pilot,
peaceahloand highly respectable young
man, visited our city, and absorbod a
quantity of "benzine-" While under its
effects ho expressed tho belief that he
could beat any man In Cairo at a game
of poker, ten dollars ante, and manifest
ed an unduo eagerness to "haul down"
somebody's "pile." Fresontly ho ran
against an individual who was singular
ly nvcrso to a game, "and dried to beg
oil's" but tho young man was importu
nate, and tho, game commenced., Whon
tho young man sat down ho had $200 lu
his pocket. Whon ho got up ho didn't
have u cent 5
(The other sldo of the story runs thus:
The young man was spdlfed by a well
known gambler In our midst, mado
drunk, beguiled Into a garrto, and sw!n
pled out of his last dollar. The gambler
believing the ypung man to be a stranger
lu the city, loaned hlra ten dollars, made
him still drunker, aud placed h.lm on a
sleeping car of a train about to leave,
hoping thus to get rid of hlni. The young
man was not to bo disposed of in that
manner it seems, and, "turning up" tho
next day, essayed, by legal mcasurpa, tha
recovery of his money. We glvo both
stories aa wo heard them, vouching for
tho correctness of neither.
- ni- - -
If you want ft good stove, ot tinware
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-iron ware,
tin roof, guttor, or Anything in that Hnu,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue
beteon Kleveuth anil Twelfth street,
whero ho has moved to, and fitted up tho
largest and most complete shop in
Particular attention, given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, snob as 'ohimtleyfe,
broodier eicnplug steam-pipes, etc.
JMtacctaeat Bxearcter TtrUr.
The aunual .commencement execr
clses of tho.Loretto Academy are always
palled as an event of an Interesting
choructeh an'dnewfall'to draw outa
large orowd of the friends and patrons of
of the .weather yesterday, the' largo
chapel of tho Academy was densely
filled by the hour named for tho com-
'mencement, and although the exhibi
tion was protractfd'uritll'uedriyte'a limb,
the crowd remained, highly entertained
tbthVia-sV ; " , " ' r
The excerclscs commenced by a duct
"Flow pa thou Hhlnlng- IllVor," piano;
;by Misses Broderlckj ( and Wilson, a
ueauiuui composition wen perrormeu.
Tho "Salutatory" "was then pronounced
by Miss Maria llcly. In matter and
manner It was exceedingly- good and ex-
.cited no encomium that It did not de
That the reader may understand the
churacter of the exhibition, we give
belOW THE l'ltOOHAJOIK: '
".Mother, Homo nml lie Yn," mntr t.y nwny younj;
krcoinpanimi'iit ly Ml?s Ji'iIIh O'Cccnor.
,MHunrUo!5CtitUi'tIic,"itutoii iwa inaiinr. ferfunn--l
br U HowIi-t, J ittprtn, I. Itiirko nn.l' K
.4 MUM 11 osr ,1'f,
Countojsof CauibrB)-. ..
MulAina I.ar-ftlro, ucutoioii.
...Mi Auuin Laiialt-y
M1 Jullft O'Connor
.....Jll- jHinle lll?-lu
it l .........
..Jti M.ry M' Omliy
.. Mlf Kli-I'arc-'ll
..MIk Kiniii Kwartck
,....M1m ll Unrke
MIm Hoa Wmiwn
- MI'S 10.
"MorCMiii nriHiirule," (Aiciitrl rtfforniH t.r
llurr llro.lrttelt. ' 1
"Kkty'DM n.l Kmy tSftD't." tunc lr mwiy liiile g.rlc, .
"Ilm Wlt".......... rrsn;rl far harp unit pfuno
rforml on llicrwrt h JtJry Urixirrx-k mtJ
tli juano by lu. Un Wilton.
lntl Mellir uili ih HMiif," t.rrnnil tr Ml.'i
'Mm'nr.f C!tMHbo'V.M..JllM MnruRloouni
"Mrmir WwhiuMii" ..MImi iiiW.Huf
NtlrA'l.t..." Tft (Anlltih i-ffurmei! mm) mug by
". Hlilf.fi. o)Wi ...Iaol m two ilno
Yrth7Xi by itl.,. I. and II Jlulko), Ml .Mc-
"Tho Moral Inflitrnrr rf Slrw." MU Katio r'rnrlk'
"i!ritliK-of n l.ty u Uio Wu. CCimUoo,s
Mih-i M llf.rick.
, MUJll.. , '
"hi'llu Your Own 'i....,Shq; ly iitaor liiu- .rl-
,l .WemfilMvm by:
Nhil 7 ilW JfW WH'On
lbMnQurMI !olk J MM 00 tOliuaio
rirjl by Mkt Jl ,)li(MfcT, , 'afib. II
VMnt7lrimlIj'UiirlC!t.;' - t.i.
the nations' o .f rAo QI.AIJI TP. w;rwM.
i' mm i.TiKCcixe-.
r.rw i - JIi tnr VT
EiO'M .. V.Vu" ii Mi t1r J
r.oiiV...J tl Mary III
KitnrK,,.. KiHi Jiulkey I rin.'lajnUMurViM.-
.Klorw Uuoh l,'ri)-...i:ilii lurvtl
.IMbUc llouloy AfHfrhw. J.tiey IHsk
-r.H niu inv WQiMofa vl tWJ'ltfm
CrnoMl l oi'," (S.'htUrtV r'f"ll
1 . o
STo lIHl-I'VDMI CJ.
"Mlielte tin Nina," porfiirint-d ou the liri by Mi
"All tiling ro llMUtiful," (tocI duet) tung by M!H
M Rixvifl and t: White, urtouininltr)'nt 1T Mi1
Clr W'lton. '
itlOM' PIIX1-THUD UT.
Strike tli Hwj In 1'rnUe of Got," rtrforml on
tlm lurj' by Miwi M Urodf rick, m-eotnpnulnl en tli
immoby Mln K Whlu, udii by young India.
"Urnd Marcho TtloinPlitlc, Muet on uo plno)
pcrforrnrd by Mnf Clara wilw)n,Mry Ilroderiek,
Mary llodrl and KIU V. hlt.
"Joy, Joy, Krmlom tn-day," (or..titl terfotniciI by
ll fary Uroili-riok", wH-omjunlH by innn) young
The singing by "nmuy llttlo girls" was
among tho most pleaslug features of tho
occasion tho bright eyed lltxle creatures,
evidently sharing In the enjoyment they
gave to others happy In tho pride which
they themselves had excited.
fT)io music upon the harp and piano
"(yblch was a leading feature of the ex
hibition i was exvouted most elegantly
ami artistically, Miss Wilsoii) .Miss Jlrod
,'erlcl: and Miss Jllrd showiug thomtolves
p6rfect masters of the piano. All did so
well that It may bo considered luvldlous
for us to discriminate; but as the young
ladles uamed contributed so much to the
entertainment of the audience, wo will
be pardoned for our seeming partiality.
Li half past six o'clock, four hours af
ter tho commencement, the crowd dis
persed, each and every ouo feeling that
heorshohad been most elegantly and
profitably entertained; (collng.hn inten
sified pride lu tho daughters of Cairo, and
in tho Loretto academy that is perfbrm
lng a glorious mission In the work of fit
ting them for tho realities of a more ma
ture life. Tho Mother Superior and tlio
Sisters assisting deserve the continued
thanks of tho cdmmunlty for their sin
cere devotion to the causo of education,
and for building up In Cairo, oven In ad
vance of the demand', ail Institution of
learning creditable alike to themselves,
the city and country.
"imrrett's" removes jjuwuim.
- -.-. - -
L., t.r.itt 1l'ua fmfl 1H'nlHrtV. 'A.
Frasar isnjsent for tho copper scroll light
' iiing rod co'mpany and will fill all orders
promptly. Call at once and have them
put on your buildings. This Is tho best
1 au&tfafoat rod now made, b'liop on Com
l merclal avenue, between J lovonth aud
Some miscreant, with murder in his
heart, of the kind who would plaeo ob
structions ob railroads to effect wholesalo
murder wreBobed the top from, tbe cis
tern ia tke Market house,jBlht,fcefore
last, aHd threw it into the cliteni'. Jfcort
ly nfterwards Mr. Goldsmitkfpassed
through the' market houie, skppad. Into
tho opening thus formed, but fortunate
ly caught opop tbeftoor ah'c fell, and
recovered himself. Had he, or anybody
else, passed through the opening into the
cistern below, death by drowning would
have been tho inevitable resnlt.
We haVo no language sufficiently
severe to apply to tho fiend guilty of this
deliberate work of murder.Huoh creatures
iwlTd' aro a'LulrnlngujfleToTlio form'tney
wear, deserving of -flic 'wrath of both
God and man. .
"I3arrett'i'. cleanses the scalp.
"Barrett's" makes new hair.
Notice is- hereby .given, that those
licenses which expire to-day, (Juno 30th)
must be forthwith renewod. No other
notice will be given to parties interested.
Je30d2d City Clerk.
I'ort I.itfr.ir the '44 Hour Eliding nl
Two cluck, V. It.
Ctn An.non,G.!umbti1 Mllbriy, Padnrah
l!l htnon.l, NO C'uniburUnd, Kvunn:l
Itl'inardk, do Ionortli 'boulsVille
Mnllie AMh, do Iirrna, St Louln
City of Alton' do TomlU,. . do
Ik-Mo Mfmphlf, Memphis
0n. Andcron. Colnmbtu.
IniHorih N O
IWIIn Mrm)il, f)llij
1 1 1 . n i u I. it rt
IvOrrno. IMtlsburi - Lilvof Allan tin
Torn Itrc?, do ' .MolllAble drt
A heavy rain fell In the neighborhood
of the city hist evening, and a light rain
here cooling theatmobphero to a delic
tus eKtent. The morning was. again
clear ilnd warm, and but little trace re
mained of the cooling effects of tho
Tho Mississippi aud Missouri are still
rising, and the Illinois is out of Its banks ,
That feat Is qutto easily accomplished as
its banks uro only 15 or 20 feotubove the
The Ohio is again rising (from the
Alleghany,) 'with six feet six Inches
water lu the channel. It Is falling ut
Louisville with G feet In the ehuto over
Hero the river has risen Ix Inches
since hist report.
Jlu-dnoss Is moderate.
The Mllbry brought it nhds tobacco
for the Planters Warehouse,audlotapples
&c for Calr'oi
The Msmnrck discharged 30 tons and
the Longworth added 100.
Otherboatsdld considerable business.
The Robert E. Lae passed up..ycs.-.
terday morning for Louisville,. three dys
and eleven hours out from New 'Orleans
to Cairo, which Includes all ttmo lost In
making 40 landings. Slio landed twenty-live
passscngers at Memphis, and
brought 105 cabin passengers to Cairo,
where 40 left her to pursue their Jouruey
by rail. Her time to Memphis, was two
days and llfteenjiours. , ,
js It n i ir g- te$ .
Crittenden Coimtv. Ky.
ONLY EIGHTY MILES FROM. CAIRO.
Tlife well known nrir ru now inolnrgeof
haiileit nnd rrnotateit Die bulldiinin and male Midi
irr. u. a. mi c an.i w, iiucnr. who nam vvrr-
other ImproTcmrnti will iu.urn tlio romfoit of, iIm
Inmlid nd tli proper acfomtnotlalloii of Uio ptfrnon
In a niMlioliul point of vlvw th. vrotrrn ro unmir
panerd, ttlinic cure of drranci'd bowel, clironio
ilmrrtna, dyptpnla, si-m-lal Utbllliy nnct dlionix;
of thekldnry nnd rtomach of tlio most ggrawited
will ulanmnit character.
Tlio proprietor, In tlielr circular, ay tli.it thoy
will uh tdrlr utmost exertion to inako tbcm a plea,
aut and agreeable rcort duriDK tlm summer mouth,
t ilioso terkinKheolili or recreation, and no juin
will bopreltuiiiakoguvti;ouiri)rtulilo. Tho. t
Cairo and lOvauHVllIc Paokt-lH
Ford's Ferry Daily,
anil IIACKrj Mill bo ruunliij: from lhe iomt to tho
the Hiring. Hopin; tho jatronfl hitherto liestow
ed, rfliumiimT to the prei-ont proprferni-i, they
tru-t they ttilllK.alili) tit cirr atufsrtionlotlinrMiblir;
P.. A. MII.IW A VV IH'HIIKS, rroprletor.
irim KKNT. Th otneo on thu Noeond floor,
- over Miller 4 Miller's cluthing lore, nt rfasoimMu
term. Apply t Miller AMiller1. mySMf
WINDOW 8HADE8. . , ..,
TU8TIC WINDOW SHADE
JL.L " i ' i
Corner Washington Ave. land 14th iSts.
I am prepared 16 All order for' khaie-Af any niro
or color u cheap aa uuy other fiwlory. Kxtra site
mule, to order. I alto havu opened a new and freth
onoccHiEs, rnovidioxs, etc.,
whleli I will sell as low as "Any other nun." (.'holes
XXX feintly Itonr t'i 00 per Imrrel warranted.
, . JOHN H. PHILLIPS',
Hi vllil tin (Oppnsllei euslnni home! Cairo, lllmoin.
110 CO?I.MHHUI.VL .VE.VUK,
In Klliutt & .Jhivilior Hoot, imclsSftoefSloro; VM
i ?tm ill iviii
Hrctttiintf dofi? n llmt noTice.
Jlrlile unit llrlilcKi'Uom.
, f Y at ! n ' il -1 lutorc't u;-i rcl. t.on
t lrJ'" .'"iDUr I , nit1 ! t ' "icf Miumjo
a , "e 'i matr'in jnlnl f llrlty. f id true liapplne.
Sont hy mi I In x-Mc 1 ) Mrcn .cloic i frco of ih-irgu,
.ldr t, HOW Aim lO ilTiw i V, I'h 'a!eh
JOfl. 180 AND 182,
Brown's Check Row
Corn nnd Lob
OHIO Ilb'Al'KICS nna
.tfnrvlit' Ilurelnr ami Klrc Froof
It. Hue Co'.
fill CULARAND CROSS CUT .SAWS.
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, An.) nt L4tt K .
oventy or ISijrMy Thoiisjuitl
OXXX1AP o-rx c
"U'M. T, DAVIDS i.
Je21 ltd ('"in. of Arran?orr" nt
A- k V w h j use "Ha nU