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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1S73
r.iniirntiitfi in.r. tviiuiin imiidm
i.ocit wtTHa Hi:roitT.
U. S. SioXsicR.onsKnVKit'rt Ofpici:. 1
CAIM), Keif, 'ii, 1873, 10:11 p.m. J
thromcter 30:11 net! Mfttloiury.
Thermometer 21 dojtre .
Wind west, Telocity 12 miles per
Maximum tomprMlmf Ins-t Sl.hours, nt
4'p. in., ii degrees!
Minimum temperature, l.nt 24 hour, at
7 n. m., Id degree. , c
JVevalllmr wtildTW 21 hours', tibllliwist
Total numbrr of ml!o. wind travelled, lust
21 hour, 255. r
Thomas I.. Wat-mix, Observer.
lanut: Mod; of dry good nt ( Ilnimy.-.
Goto Stuart (V Gholsoii's for embroider
, laces, triuimliigsctc. t(i ,2-2311
Ton Halk, The eottngi iiuw l.'.ndliig mi
lot it block near corner Washington inr
line and Tenth street. Enquire- at 'this ill
lice. Ton P.U.i:. My entire 'Mock of vrocorlr-s,
Md Wet, haruuss uud farmlm Implement-, nt
wholesale or retail. D.Mitkiu
The Turner AJisquerali;i .
ST. .i CIIARLUS -HOTEL,
L J mndav'Evo.;'): "SI. "
Halt! MASQUnn.uutns ! Masquerade
costume", and f.du f.icc-mak lor bale or
hire during the kc.isoii nt John Sclie'cl's
lull. ' jan2j-lm
SMiart ic Gholson are now fhiivviii; a lill
line of tliclr celebrated reversible black ul
paca; guamitccd n.f.iit b ack. livery lady
sho ltd eo them before purchasing. 2-23.lt
'. , '
IIaXIs'ii: IIiio of dros g.mds at Ends
at ( llantiy'ii.
11. Able, No. 2 Seventh Hrcct,ha Just re
reived mi entire new stock of wall p.iper and
Window phadef, which will he sold allow est
A OllANI) TUIITLUSOI'V LLNOlt.
A promt turtle wnp lunch li wt every
night nl tho European hold and icstauratit.
This liouo has Jut been opened by Mr.
Harry Wnlkcr, who l now prepared to nc
ronimodatn any number of boarders. Mr.
W. hat engaged tho service of an experi
enced steward and l prepared to furuMi
mcal nt nil hours. Alio pond board nt mod
erato prlrcs. I'arllcs dcslrdng flr.t-cta
boant should Inquire at lho'hoiie, nn' Com
mercial avenue, between .Seventh and
L.utfli: Mock of ctlitalus anil dinivk'sn
C. Ilanii) s.
Yesterday nflernooiiam.iii from Kentucky
whose name we could not learn was walking
along tho Illinois Central -railroad track near
flalkrhcr's mill. The evening train was duo
and eamo upon him before ho wa nwnrc."
The bell of tho engine wa run?, tho
wlil-tle blown. The unfortunate man did
not hear the warning, and wa knoeked oil'
the (r.irk. Tho wheel o( the engine, ran
over left hand, crushing it Into shred ol
llesh. The stranger was taken to MeOaulcy's
drug More, where thi! baud was amputated
nt tho wrlt by Or. Sullivan.
IlvNIHOMI". line of Cashmere at C. Ilati
Our Mock of co.toiH, skirting linen and
housekeeping good l complete, Wo offer
a great many Inducement in' this depart
ment, hi I'AltT it (illOI.-OX.
The Cairo Turner Soclely have, In the In
tervM ol thepilblli', made arrangement- v lib
a tlinrotihly educated teacher of fryinnaMlc
to open n vyclut In Cairo. We apply 'he
llr-t In-lanrc to our (iorinuu citizens to tnd
their ehlldleiito thl heboid. They uru well
aware that It N for the benefit of Ihe llttlo
one. The InMruetlon will be f-co of charge.
Hour'' for member of the society :
Monday livening, S o'clock, Turn h.dle.
WetliieMlay evenlni', t o'clock, Koi'hleiN
Thursday cvcu!uty..n' o'clock, (I'onclnt)
Friday ecnlnj,'.( o'clock, Turn halle.
1'or children Irls:
Thiir.d.iy from 1 to 6J.
Saturday from 1 to .'ij.
Wednesday from J to ."1 o'clock.
Saturday from .! to 7 o'clock. In the
Children to apply Tm-Mnyttii'23tli day of
I'uhruaty, bUwucn 1 and o o'clock In the
I'm n halli;.
lly order ol the Committee of the Cairo
Hiecch. Tim) will talk and wille, and wo
don't fed bad over tho lact.
Tho llev. .Mr. (Irani villi pleach al tho,
MothodUliliure.il thlt morning and cvi'iihig,
Subject for this morning: "A proto
pnlnt drlnlilng-iafnoii.'' Tlil rvenlng
"'J ho eomlMcnt luislne-s linn." Then nro
ftibjcctft In which cverjono Mioiild feci nil
IntcreM. Mr. (Irani will dnublle.M treat
them In nnnbloaiidlnlercKtliimanner. We
bespeak him u kooi! uildlciice.
. A.felfow-protev-lnrftobe n llaptiM'ininls
Icr has been hovering about tho city lor
folnn time, lie alo dally and went Into his
bed nUilly at the St. Chailcs hotel. When
lil bill wiim prcccnted to him, he rcticMcil
Mr. llexfonl to charge tho nmniint to tho
Lord. Mr. Itc.vford declined, and didn't
pet hl money. Wo know tho fellow wan't
a ll.iplM. Wo don't pay our hotel bills In,
Wc pilbllMi this liiornlng, on the fecond
pan or Tin: IIixi.kti.V, n !.ynops if tho
lecture delivered by the l!ev. 1). II. Tiirney
at tho Methodist ehurjli on 1'ilday night
lat, Tho synop-N does mil do the lectuie
JllMlce, but It will, wo doubt not, be read
with InlereM, Mr. Tiirney has taken hold
of tho subject Willi a bold hand, mid Is hand
I113 It skilfully. 'I he lectures to follow w III
bo worth lllciilu to, nml wo hope be may
have crowded houses.
The next regular communication (1f
V Cairo l.od'.e, No. 2.17. A. K.aud A. M.
will be held at MaMinle ball to-morrow (Mon
dj) i cvenlii?, at 7i o'clock sharp. Visiting
brother' cnrdlully Invited to attend
It 1 IJi.vkk. See'y.
The celebrated llcury- Ames Miar cured
ham' pan be obtained a' the More ot .lohu I;
liufkln,- Commercial avenue, between cv
i'iiteentU:uidxlhteciith, slrceu. Al-o nil
other)irst-clasoods In the roecry line can
be had at thu loivot cah ll'-nro. Call nml
l'ho finest article of corn meal mado In
.-outIierii Illinois can bo had by calling on
Tolm V.. I.ufkiu at his More on Commercial
avenue, between Seventeenth and l'lgh
ternih irvet. He n'so keeps a Miperlor ar
ticle ot flour, equal to the McCraekcii, mid
nl ,s ltfs 'price. On trial will prove tho
above words true. Ty tliem. 2-22-2
Fobruiry 21, The Origin of Man.
' 2i, Scientific Monk
' 2(1, I'nlvcr-al lSfUliin.
27, Killlllled Prophrcle...
2?, Spirit Sophl'tric-.
1, Tho lieusouableiiess ol
. Mr. T" ielcutlfic and moral lectures will
speak lot theuiiclvcs. .Ma.s'aucii
Tho ordtiiauee are executing HiciiitIvcs.
Mr. Wubb coiittimes to be n candidate lor
The streets ol the city ale in a hail condi
Why don't somebody sllr up n Utile ex
citement about the iipproiiililiu,' charier
election i It Is ilme to commence to dctt.s
the probable candidates,
The gentlemen who have been mentioned
as probable candidates for mayor, arc Dr.
Smith, A. It. SiillV.nl. I. II. 1'opc, .lului
Wood ami .la. S. Swayne.
The propo-lllon to Ineica-c the salary of
Ihe mayor Is becoming popular. lll salarv
should be Incrcavd. No mail competent to
lill tho olllee can glvo the time neeej-arv to
the propt i-dlscliarxe of the duties of the
oillce for the preent salary.
I ho C. and v. Itallroad company propose
to gravel Commercial avenue six lect on
cither ldc of thu tracks. Thl is a liberal
propo-lllon and will, when executed, make
Commercial the beMstivcl In the cllv. Hut
l!ie grumblers will not be satl-ticd.
All good hoise-kcepcrs will axrec to ono
thing, and that l that they have trouble to
get pure ground pires." John K. l.ufkin
makes pure ground spices a specialty, lie
will neither buy nor sell adulterated ground
spices. At his store on Commercial avenue,
bcttvecn Seventeenth and Klgliteciithstrect,
can be found strictly pure cinnamon, al
spice, pepper, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, mils
tard, etc., til of which are guaranteed to be
strictly" puru or money refunded In all cases-.
Mmy people, when attacked with a pain
In the back, or other symptoms ol derange
mint of thu kidneys, have recourse to gin,
lor Its diuretic properties. Now, the Juni
per berry, from which gin In made, la pot
soscd ot highly valuable remedial prop
erties, but the quantity contained in the dl
tilled spirit I too suull to bo of much avail,
beside thu danger of acquiring an appetite
lor alcoholic stimulants. Ono of the Ingredi
ents In Tarker'n Compound 1'luld Extract
Duchu in Juniper, but It if lu the tbapc of a
highly concentrated HuIdoMruct, possessing
nil tho limes ami nunc of tho deleterious
principles of the berry. In short, in this
cimibliudion there is presented to themtt'ertr
a rallied)' unsurpassed. Sold by all drug
l.Attni: stock of wool blanket at dovv u
price nt 0. HnnnyV.
A complete set of household and l.lteheu
fumlttirtr. for" "die; cither fh bulk oV by iho
piece, l.nqulro at thUolilcc. S-1S lw.
On Monday evening, MaichU, at the Athc
neuin by l'rof. David Walk, Ho Is un able
speaker, having traveled lit l.mopc two
years lu preparation. Draws good houses
wherever he goci. Don't fall to hear him.
LAimn tloek of biuVYii domeMics at C.
The Turner ilnsiiuoradc.
ST. CJIAJILE3 HOTEL,
lonitoy Epp., Peb. 24.
- ,ii, .I,
, (iI'.and annoi;nckjii:,t..
Klliott w lUytlimne taku pleasu'ru iln nn
nouiiclng that they Intend to dispose of their
stock of Vbctii and shoes now on hand t
poiltWcly cost prlce, preparatory to filling
up their shelves with lite now spring stocl,
i'u' 1 tho thnq ,lo get cbc;ip boots and
(timet. The ttock tu bu suld Is nil of 'first
class goods, and great hargalns for the buytr
will bo uudu. 2-lMw
I.auui: Mock1 oflcacit-ditiuslln and sheet
( Dltl'SMAKINO MA1)K KASV.
Oo to Stuart A- Oholson's lor dry good'.
Lowest prices guaranteed and no deviation.
Mr. W.M. Williams Is now the agent In
this city of the Vlekshurg and Meridian,
and Scluia and Murldlau railroads, with bis
otllce at No. Kt Ohio lovee. "Wllllaim Is a
prompt bu-liicss man, energetic and thor
otijn-golug, and thu roads for which ho Is
agent aru or Incalculable benefit to Cairo.
The steamer Northwestern lelt last nlirht on
w. ...... ....
nor second irip loaueii wiui iijj ions ircigiu
taken nt this port exclusively for illiam
The Salfords, the Koxford, the. llurds
were la-t night Impatiently awaiting the
arrival of tlic Hello Memphl', so that they
inlghthlc away to the MardKiras at the
Tho friends of Joel U. Morgan.in this city,
will regret to hear that Ids bright little son,
Allen Crcbs', died at Shaw nectovvn last
Tho Slwvnoctovvn 'Ojzctte' says : ''Hon.
John II. Mulkcy of Cairo, is In the city.
ltl the Intention of Judge Mulkcy we un
derstand, to locate in our city lutlie practice
of the law. We trust that the report is true.
UN reputation a ono ol the llrt Jurists of
tho state and his uxtctislvo acquaintance in
I'oM't would Insure a large and paying prac
tice. The Judge I i an admirer ol our people,
and we hopo that within n lew more days he
will be one of then, a citizen of Shawnee
town." Judge Mulkcy has a large and very
lucrative business in the county of which
Shawncetown Is the center, ami he consulted
his own Interests by removing to that city.
The Judge is rccognlml an ouu of the best
lawyers In Southern l!!luol,aiid wc will, vvu
arc , sine, give ofleiue to no one by saying
what Is universally acknowledged, that ho U
tho most profound ami siicces-ful lawyer lu
Lower Kgypt. Ho Is a lawyer by Instinct
and Is precisely adapted to the profession,
which he loves devotedly. Always u stu
dent, his mind is furnished with all thu ma
terials, he needs lu his InislnCM. He hasstie
c ceiled, and will continue to ho succcsstol
vv e columella nun to tueiavorol lii- new
Col. Ta) lor returned home yesterday even-
l'ri-Idlng i:idci Orant arrived in tho city
yesterday and preached last night in the M.
Mr-. Matilda l'lctchrr of the Chicago -In-
tor-Ocean,' is at the St. Charles on her way
to Capo (iirurdcau, whero she Is to lecture,
C. (1. Ashley, auditor ol tho Cairo and
Yiiicc lines Itaihoad company, has arrived in
this clt) and has taken possession of his of
lieu In Winter's block.
1 IT.MS OV KKl.KilOUS NHWS.
i . I.
All fashion magazines, recommend them
'Wbfetli'ti-'vautltul nud ben trim-
YuTiaiiior black, ilpa,ca and mohair suits.
All the churches will be In full lilist to
Mr. Tiirney has no hestlatlou in denounc
ing Mr. Denli'lin-n scieiililic fraud.
Tubal 1'. Itlp iiiinmtvd Tiiruev's llliiiin
grill in tlio'Sun' jeMcrthy evening ami roifo
a devil ofa race lu hi racluet maimer.
llev. II. II. Thayer will lecture to-morrow
morning In thu rresbylcrlnu cliureh on
"l'or what did Chrl.t iliu'' In thu cvenliij
"apliltital DUccrnment" will he the learned
Knllm-iu-tlc propagators of Dcutoulaulsm
aru circulating l)uutuu' tnick In tin) high
ways ami byways ol thu country around
about Cairo. Why don't thu Christians stir
their stumps In their calic.
The sacrament of thu Lord's supper will
be admliilsteicd iitthoMutliodlstelilireh this
evening al the close of tho scimoii. All who
love the Savior niu invited to bo present and
commune. I jikpL. Thomson, I'asior,
Tho InUdcls of this city, silrreil Into cm
thuslasm by Denton's eloiui)ia-c, conleiu,
platu thu cstablbhincnt of a Sunday school,
i uey navo. uio juch oi a inuiuu Image.
What'right have they to appixiprhile Sun
day Tliey don't believe lu that day. It Is
ItcctorCoan was requested by his vestrv
to reconsider his determination of removal
to St. Louis. Wo are now Inlonned Ihat
lil-.prcvlous decision is ru-alllrmed and he
expects to conclude. Ids ministration here on
Sunday, March fi. ill-hop Whltehoiisu
visits the parish In administer continuation
oil cdncsdu)' liVcpllig ut V) o'clock,
"l'hllo Veritas et Ju.tllla" replies, in the
'giiu'.oLycstfrday evening, to "True," and
goes for that gcuiliiuiaii wlthu very long and
ii very khort Kick, "l'hllo" U an Inildel,
but what of-thl We Christians cannot
llqny to. our fcllowcivvtuioswho have fallen
Into (he sloilgh of unbelief freedom of
Tiirney lectures Monday night In tin
Jack Winter will have thl mornlm
largo lot of fresh oysters.
Thero Is but one eao of spotted fever
the city, and only live small-pox cases.
A largo amount ot; real estate changed
hands lu this city last week. "Things I.
Jack Wllitcrhasboiightaud shipped to. Mo
bile within thu past two days liltccii thousand
six hundred egg.
The Cairo Turner society have engaged a
prolesor of gymnastics who will give lesson
In the noble art ofngility.
A good many ot our elticu with surplus
change In their poi hot- are getting ready to
bulk! new houses business and residence.
Parker ic ltlake are having a huge sign
painted on the shlu of lire's building, cor
ner nt Commercial avenue and Kleveiith
Yesterday was a bleak, cold day. The
sun came out lint didn't heat the atmos
phere any moro than u toy stovu would St.
1'eter s at Home.
Mr. Webb has been collecting money
wherewith to defray the expenses o! legal
proceedings agalii't the Cairo and Vlneeiincs
David Walk will lecture at the Atheneum
on .Monday night. Mareli :!. A lecture on
travel will be rclreshlng after the Denton
Tiirney shower of religious controversy.
. . i . i .1 ...... .
4 iiu sicaoiur iiuewini wm arrive at our
wharf to-day loaded to the guards witti 1'y
ansvllle, r.idiieah and Mound City people
en route for .Memphis and her Mard'l (iras.
A number or laborers and mechanics
passed through I'ast SI. Loul. Friday last
en roulo lorthcCalru narrow-gauge railroad,
which Is now being rapidly pushed forward.
The Odd Fellows of Cairo arc becoming
numerous mid enthusiastic. Too equip
ments lor an Kucampment will arrive lu a
lew days when an Kucampment will be Insti
tuted. The only patriotic. "Washington-respecting
building lu tho city were the ciistoin-liouse,
Hough and Heady engine house and the Illi
nois Central wharlboat, which Is not a build
ing. They Mew their Hags
A largo funeral eorttoe accompanied thu
remains of .Mrs. O'NciI to Villa Kid,
where they were Interred in thu Catholic
cemetery. The deceased was the mother-in-
law of Deputy .Sheriff Cain.
'I ho temperance pccplo of this city aro
becoming alarmed. They anticipate tho
repeal, by thu present general assembly, of
the antl-gct-ilruiu-aiid-break-thlngs law
llio opponents ol that law aru actlie, and
aru putting tho water men to shame.
At about 7 o clock hi"l night an alarm ot
fire called out tho engines, but thev vvero
not nowded. Thu alarm wa occasioned bv
the burning of a chimney in Hill (Sarin,
hiutsuou Ninth street. That chimney Is in
tho habit ot burning. It can't get over It.
Hill ought, out of rc-pccl for Ihe llro depart
incut, to tako that chimney out of his house
mid put lu one Unit won't burn.
Letters addressed to the totlovvlngpcrsons
arc held for postage at thu Cairo postoillcu :
Kdsou eld, lliighlon, Illinois; J. II. Itugar
Ottawa, Illinois.; JoIu Itullldgc, t'alcdonla
lllllois; Messrs. Wallaeo A: Co., Chicago
Miss Lily K. l!ec, Norfolk, Virginia; W llau
idgan, (M. Louis; Jas. TrlnUo, Hockstown,
Pennsylvania; vv. c. Lambct, liontnn, M
sourl; Tailor Faulkner, Cincinnati, Ohio;
l'. .!., I.uua landing, Aikaiisas.
A farmer sold a yok ofeattlcln this city
on Friday last for which lie got iW. Ho
lelt for Ids homo on the Illinois that evening,
and was "shatlovcd" by u negro, who had
ascertained In some way that he had money.
When ho got off thu boat at Columbus lie
was followed by the 1'cgro, who garroted
him before he got to the top ol'tliu bank and
robbed him of all li. money. When thu
people ol Columbus learned of thu outrage,
they becamu Indignant, ami aru pining to
stretch that man mid n brother's neck,
Matilda Fletcher, 'Jim W Hlovvinmes-,
John Thlelcn, S II Itoscnkilm, Chicago;
0 M Fornoll, IIU Chin llendur, I M l'ur
ions mid Ilrothor, Jou HoLlnion, W II
Oakley, 0 0 Ashley, 0 mid V It It; W I)
State and lady, Detroit, Allot).; .1 II Iluriia,
New York; 11 llarnurd, l'liiladolphia; 0 A
Heck, Cuntralhi; H Mulder, U M French,
St Loul; (1 A tUueh, Ohio; ,1 Franklin,
Philadelphia; U F Wulliver mid wife, Hell
vllle; W Ferris, Cincinnati; Oapt Hall,
Kojv .Orleani; O M Harlow, ICy.; Cha E
Foley, Cincinnati;' G G Hiiflup, Ohio; J A
Kelly, Mound CAy,r
Four rooms lately osettpieil ly J)r.
Wnnlnor, ovor Dr. Attor's grocery ilore,
No. 113, Commercial Avetuio. Knqulro
at tho Moro of 0. ). Artor. 2-'J0:tf
Til U ltKSAlTJ"(JltliA.I,K.ST 110
TUL IN A.MKItlCA.'
Tlicro nro a great many hotels In lull
country vvhor'u jiropiletors, with n lotiio of
conlldoiico, that Is truly touuhing, will
liollcvo that tho nbovo heading rufrs to
their purtleulur hotel, and no other. If
thesa proprietors weie nil mictubled In n
bodyut u certain tlmo and place, and n
trumpet win to tound the nbovo quotation,
wouldn't uch mid uvcry proprietor theru
ery out ns If with ouu volco: "Thnt'i my
house'' Wo say, "Not" Hut our
"travelling onrtc.-poii.lcnt," whmu pcrnm
bututluna citutid through every quarter
of tho globo, my, It Is "Alus, too truo !''
mid. wo submit "to his nupurior Judgment.
Vo meiin, however, to ipoak "of Nuw
York liotols. There Isono liotol on llroad
way, that certainly I the- largest, best and
cheapen llMt-oliU) hotel In thu city.
Wo vviih to any, and expcrlonsu will
bear ns out, that vvhun it gioist receives mi
olegatilly fiirnlthed room, with meals, nt
lils'cmiinmiid, from early .breakfaft ovfry
hour till midnight, with a purl'ect parlor
on vv heels for an elevator, to carry him
from ono floor to aii'dhcr, and nil for S3
par day, wo think tho propletor of that
hotel may comu forward mid cli.lm tl.u
nbovo ti'llo for tils houe. Tho (Irani!
Ocntrnl Hotel, on llroadvviiy, upon which
has been lavished Ileal ly two millions
(SJ.OOO.OOOj of itnllnrr, is that hotel. Its
nroiirletor.il j. l'owori, Judiciously dis
criminates between the upper nml lower
llori, tUIng tliu prices at i3, ?3 f,0 nud
ft per day, nccotdlng to location. Thu
Oriind C'uiitral Is thu only hotol wo know
of, that does business nn'thli syMem.
btcainor (icorgu U. Wolir, Kcd river
" Ironside, St. Louis
" Commonwcnltb, Cincinnati
" M. K. Forivth, Now Orh-ans
" Arkniiias Ilelle, Kvmisvilh
" lleuvur, St. Louis
" Tyrone, Nnshvllli)
" Futuru Cilv, St. I.ouli
" Illinois, Columliia
rUcamer (leorgo C. Wollf. St. I.oul
" Continental, Now Orlemis
" M. K. Fortylh, St Louis
" Arknlis'ns Ilelle, Kvutisvll!o
" Haven. Pittsburg
" H. II. Uabbsgc, '
" Illinois, Columbus
" Futuru City, Now Orleans
1110 .MtUlDY COAL.
Muamhnats supplied at any time, both day
md night wllh ellher Lump or Chetnut
foal, In any quaiilltv' an I on twist terms
at the yard at (Iraud Tower, Illinois, ."spe
cial contracts olferetl on favorable tenus.
II. V. Oi.Yi"HA.r, (frn. Supt.
D. O. IloKl'.K, Sales Agent.
CO.VlitTIO.V OK Till: IltVIIliS.
Tho Ohio river at this placo is rlsint;
now soven or eight inches every day, and
is now r.bout eighteen feet below high
water of 1S07. After two feet moro of n
rise, the Ohio will likuly becomu station
er). 'Iho Mississippi river Is fulling
slowly, with n fair sta0 to St. Louis.
Special dispatches to tho Hl'i.i.kti.v report
tho condition of tho rivers ' at various
IIUMNKSS AVI wratiii:r.
Tlicro W plenty of Southorn freight
hero waiting shipment, and business is
greatly restricted by tho scarcity of ton
nago which our shippers nro unablu to
procure. Yesterday tho weather waa
partly clear with a cold uud piercing
Tho Oeoreo C. Wolff disoharced COO
bales of cotton for tho cast.
Tho Continental cleared for tl.j south
with nil tho freight alio wanted.
Tho Commonwealth eamo in from the
Ohio wllh u llc load nnd only added u
fuw coops of poultry hero. She had twenty
Thn Arkansas Hollo brought in a fair
trip fur roihipmcut south nud returned
Tho Hover left for Pittsburg yesterday
towing three barges loaded with Iron ore.
Tho Tyrono eamo In from Nashville
with n fair load nnd goes back to-day with
n good trip.
Tho Kckert is alongside tho sunken
barge Kli.ia, and will raise it as soon us
Tho furry boat want down to Norfolk
Friday night and brought up 1U0O sacks
' Tho now tow boat Futuro City, owned
by tho Mississippi Valley Transportation
company, nrrlvcd yesterday mid was visi
ted by quite n nunibor of people, iimong
whom wero sovcral good judges of steam
ors, nnd aim was found to bu a nent,
staunch and powerful boat. Shi) is mak
ing her muldSn trip to tho crescent city
and has threo bargus of freight In tow.
Sho left her to-" in ttift Mississippi and
caiiin hero nnd got r bargu of fuel.
Tho tug Montaiik is now laid up for tho
purpose of receiving her new holler built
for her by Smith Torrencoof this place.
TWO MOUTH ONI. V
DAY AND WEDNESDAY
I'tlirunrr "J"t mill i!n,
J. 11.IIAVKIILY, M.vrutuii,
Will mv the honor of nppearlnir before the
cltleiis of this city III a seilcs olihelr.s 'Ircc
dc Ktlopc. Iiitrodiiclug caeheulcit.iiiiment
Kntiuk CitANtir. or rnooii.vMMt:,
POPULAR "AND TALENTED ARTISTS
t'romlueiit among vv Jiii are
Cat Wagner, .
CAN FIELD AND HOOICKH,
Sing and Dance Artists,
Grunt. California (Juartettc!
AVr.i.i.i.vn linos. ani J. "W. Fkkth,
FIN!OKCIIKSTUA AND liitASS P.AM)
; euuiiiiciieing al .
llli'sci vcd sc;it mi s:ir! ;it
Doors open nt
WHOLiyALH AKD HKTA1L
3STO. 7t OHIO LluViD-E'
tejr. Kofall and 1'rcsoription
Cornet ; Afio.lilnstoti Av0
mid Hlglith street.
r.ii srssEr,. ti.v
I ' H!Hgombny
D. 11. HODOHS, Uen'l Ag't.
11. ci.apiiam, Advcrlisln A'.t. 'J-J.".St.
Nl-l.fi A I, MIIICILS,
'"TuVcYiKLbiV's ii Aiit i) v;." "
This stthcrb hair dyo Is tho held In III '
world pcifcet'y harmless, reliable unit le
-tautancoiis. io dlMippolutmeut. 'ihof.'eii
tiiiie . A. ltatchclor's llalr Dyo product-sn-Immediately
a natural black or brown. Docs
not stain Iho 'kin but leaves the hair cleans
sou ami iicautlltil. llieonlv mlu unit per
led ,ialt dye. Sold liv all ilruygl-ts. Kac
lory, Hi Bond street, N. V. li-IS (iw.
llH iH STUFFS.MI O
UB9 cwMETicsHBa PAiNHnsBaH C
X SHI TOILET VPl hatcriaiJH O
Of chamois mid ,((
for Weak luiij.
At IIAHC'LAY UliOS.
FOH SOMJ TIIHOAT,
I'reparcd and sold
lir HAKCLAV IIHO.H
I And Disinfectants InrS'tablos
At HAHCI.AY HttOS
r FINK flGAKS,
v iionkv ih:i:."
"Yoi .so ami:i:ica,
inl "Universal Standard."
ri At HA KOLA V HKOS.
llapny Helleffor Yuuui: Men from tho Hf-
fects of Ihrors nml Abuses In' early lilc.
Manhood rcMuied. Iliipedlincuts to Mar
hood removci". A'uvv mithod ol trcalmect.
New and rcmarkablu lenie les. Huoks ami
circulars sent Irei:, lu scaled envelope".
Address Howard Association, Sn.-- .South
Ntntli street, l'ldladelphia, l'u., an in-tltu-tlon
InnliiL'.i IiIl'Ii iviiulation for honoruble
'conduct alid professional skill.
D Sill t I "
T. G. gchuh.
V K O V I S I O JN H KT C.
Ouu TitvsR Cairo, Ilv
M1SS0U1U STATU LOTTlillV.
Lkcjai.17.ed by State Autiiokitv akh
Duawn in I'uuuu in St. Louib.
Grand Sinlo lNutnLer fc'clmiiic.
50,000 num units.
Clahs O ro ne Uuavvn Feb. 1ST"
6,880 l'rizua, Amounting to $300,000,
Ot 2 lA'l
of 'U I
too l'llresor t I'm
Ticket?. S5: Quarter
Tickets, 52 60.
Our lotlorics an. ctianered by ttio fitale, ar
Way- oidvin nt llm lime nstntil, Hiit nil ilruw
liiKS itrr under Ilia u,iniioQ ut wuriii.oin.
TtieutUelalilrninK vrill bo l,il.l.l,,l In Die
?l. Louis iptr anit n copy of dnwlng scut to
iiiruliM'r of tickets.
Wc will uhw a similar scheir.c the l"t dajr of
ejery inonili lurlni l)i -r IS73.
Unmitiit ourjlsk br posmtflto mnner crJs",
"K'Mercl li'tttr, Uisli or rxorexs. !-i-ihI (or uir-
Mil.l.i.n J uti ,
I', u. biiz 2110,
ot. l.uu's, Mo.
cur JVutiuuiii tiouu iiuiiiiiiiir.
Spocml ottontica pant toonlrrs tram sinum
bist- nlirhi nnUv
OAIUO A.VJ) 1'ADUUAII
Tlio Hplvmiiil Htfiimer
Dick Kowlkii, Captain
Leaver Cairo DAILY, (.Sunday except oil) tit
tlp.tu Tor freight npassai;o apply tin boat or
in .Ias. M.vi.umv, Ag't.
NEW YOKK STOUE,
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL.
LAnriKiT yAHHtTV TOOU IIS THE CITY
t'orncr of IV tucloeiith silrvtsl itntl Coin
OAIHO, ILMNOI8. .
0.0. r ATI Kit.
UKANDK-iT SCllKMK OF THK AOK
$50 OTOO O
Under the authority of special act ol
March HI, IS7I, the triHlees aliiioliuco thu
Third Groin! Gill Concert lor the beneilt in
the l'ubliu Library ol Kentucky, to touio oil
In thu l'ubliu Library Hall lit Louisville,
TUJ.SDAY, Al'IULS, 187IJ.
Al this concert tho best nuMcrd tnlen
that can be procilied fiom all naitsof the
country will add pleasure to thu cntci lain
incut, and Ten Thousand Cash Gin-, agic
gating a vast total of Hull a Million Dollars
cuiicney will bo ill-tilliuled i lot to thu
tlel.et-liolders, as follows j
LIST Ol' GH'Tu"
One Grand Cash Gift
Ono Grand Ca.liGllt
One Grand Cash Gilt
OucGraml Cash Gilt
Olio Grand Cash Gilt
One Grand CasllGllt
JI ( a-h Gllti-ol f l.nfMl each
U) Cash Gilts of
M) Lash Gilts ol
IHI (.';l-!l Gilts of
K0 Cash Gilts or
Vii) Caidi Gilts or
ti.lsw Cash Gilts of
10U each .
. . . . M,mm
. . . 'JU.t'lSj
. ... in,ws)
ti I , K)0
, ... "i.'i.OOO
. . . . i!-.',(SI0
. ... .".1 1,1 Ml J
. . . . ::i),in)0
. . PO.UOO
Total, 10,000 Gifts, all Cash...
To provide means for tills inagnlllccnt con
cert ono iiumircii i iiousaim i ickcis omy
will o issued, a largo portion ol which mo
Wlmlu tickets $io, Imlvcs and 'piar-
tors?:, w). r.ieven wnoto iickcis mr
No iliseount on less than f 100 orders. Noth
ing could bu more apnropiiato tor presents
than tickets to t Is llaiiiUet of Yv'ca'lhor
morn likely to produce grander Hatilactnry
results lhu object of this Tnird Gill Cutis
cert is tlio enlargement ami eiiuuwmeni ot
the Publlo Llbiaryol Ivenliicky, which by
tne t-nuciai m i iiuiuori.iu!: tun t;ouceri lor
lis beneilt, 1 to be fot'ovcrlrco to all eltlzens
ot every state, nils ijniiceii win uu con
ducted 'llku Iho first and i-eeoml licre'oloru
glicu. and lull pailletilars o: tho niodu of
iirawing (lie gills ai u paying mem ami ey.
erytldng necessary to u thorough under
standing ot the schemo, from beglimlug to
cud. aro now nub hco ill tho lonn ot a elr,
ciilar, which will bo flirulshed free ol cost to
any who apply. Tlio entiro management ol
this mnlci'lal'lug has been committed by thu
trustees to Hon. Thos., V. llriinilctte, lata
irovurnor of Kentucky, to wiiom nil coininu
ideations pertaining to thu Gilt Conceit
should bu addressed.
It. T. DUItltKTT. l'rcst.
W. X. IIAI.DIIMAN. Vlee-l'rest
,1 NO. (s. CAIN, Sec'y, Hub, Library oflvy.
l'AHMKItsJ .t'DUOVKIIS, HANIt. Treas,
Tickets nro now ready for hiIo, and all in
(lei's for lliem, mid Nppllcutiuns lor agencies,
circulars. iiihVrinatlon. etc.. will meet wllh
prompt nttuiitioii vvhun addrussud tn me us
THO.S.K. BitAMLCTTI-:. I.oulsv lllc, Ky.
Agent J'tibllc Library, Ky,
HE ONLY rtEMAtlLB OUT DIPT It lilt.'
HON IN THE COUNTRY 1
IN VALUAULE GIFTS
t'o be distributed In
Ii . X) . SIKTE'S
' -10th Hcml-Annual
To be drawn Monday, March 21, lfeTft.
ONE (J HAND CAl'ITAL 1'KIZK,
610,0 0 In Gold.
One Pjuze 5,000 in Sii.vhk
Kivu Vrhct $1,000 r. r
I'ivo I'rizos SoOO 2. OHKENUACKS
Ten Trims $100 3-
Two family Carriages and matched Ilor-cs
wllh silver-mounted Hume, wolth Sl.roo
Two Hilggics, horses, etc., worth 5000
Two tine-toned Ho-ewooil I'lanos, worth
Ten 1'amlly Sewing Machines, worth l'm
l.MX) Gold and .Silver Lever Ilm.tlng
Watches, torth from JO to ftllSl each.
iold Chains, ."silver-ware, .lewelry, .Vc.
Whole number Gifts 10.000. TlckctsHuiltctl
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS
To whom Liberal I'remltitiis will tin paid
SliiBln Tickets; Plx Tickets ?10: Twcl.c
'llckcts yJO; Twcnty-llvo Tlckcls ?I0.
riri iilarayontiinlnit a fall list of i.rUes, ml.".
Hcripllnn of tht- ii.nniifr nl ilranln. nnd oilier
informalinu m irfWcni'o in tlio rtlsirlbimcn, v ill
Im "iit to nay im orderlr? thi ni. All lellnrr
must tio R lJrrBsoJ to l U ("INK, Ilex, to,
mmmmmmmmmamail f'ni"lnnMt. n
It' I l If I IU I lill M
VANILLA LEMON, JSm,
For FlavorinQ !co Cream, Cakes & Pastry.
"With treat care, by a new process, wo
extract from tho true, select Fruits nnd
Aronuitics, each characterlttlo flavor, mul
produce I'latoriiioi of rare excellence.
Of great strength and perfect purity,
2o poisonous oils. JJccri ihcor as rep
resented. aYo deceit each bottle full
meature, holding one-half mc? than
others purporting to hold same quantity.
One them once, icill use no other. The
moat delicate, delicious favors ecennade.
Bo superior to tlio cheap extract!!. AbU
for Dr. Price's Special l'JavorliiKa. Man
ufactured only by
gteel n & rnios .
Kcpota, CHICAGO and HT. L0UI3.
Manvfacturertpf Dr. Price's Cream
T O Y S, X 0 'J' I O N S,
MISS 3f. J. OAUSOa
Wishes locall attention to her stock of Toys,
Notions and Kancy Goods and Vilaplo Aril,
cles fonslsilng ot Dolls In (treat variety,
Ladles' Work-boxes ol tinu ipuillty, Writing
Desks, Children's DMios, Toy Wauons, Doll
lliiuules. Hobby llorsrs, Elno Silver-plated
Warn on Nickel Silver. Kino Tnble-knlvos,
Knapkln Jlliigf, China Vases, nnd 11 good se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also Uno
Call Hells, I'lcliiresiilidt'icturi) Frames, nud
many oilier iiniclcs too iiiiineious to men
ioiu All nro invited to call. No, IAS Corn
nierclal avenue, betweeu Ninth nnd TtuMt