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riiJS 0A1I10 DAILY JiULLETIJN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER. 14, lba
If you want fresh
.No. 130, Ohio levee. J jjt't?lHl? j
Anuaber oue ritduce l rent. Eight j
rooms anil good wood houj.f, Situated nn ,
Eleventh street. Lately occupls-l by Mrs. .
Hsgey. Apply tt
ll.. 0. W. ill.UZAO
1DLEW1LD VILL3-F0.lt 3ALE.C11KAP,
'fie above rslUs.atl in joodfuaottigorder, j
wUbitoldTtrythetponoaiy teriai. Af"
t-ly on the premliei. ' M. D. OWTKit.
AO election wlll.be. held t 0 city Na
tional . Bank ou Friily,,Jhury' 13th, 13,
to tied iota director of said bank.
lw AVlI. Marron!). caihltT.
M0T1CH-0U and niter Mcndiy, Novein.
Ur 3, end'thxouglithe winter, a wains lunch
will bo sprtad at the Thalia itkion, opposite
'iut BlT.UtTJN office, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All that dtUcacles of the season.
r01l HALE A flnt-classs "hotel lu a'ROOtl
locality la central put of Die city" with a
Mood run ot basilicas, Hcaioui lo: lemog
are Mmtaaoi and wlU be explained on sp ,oa
plication. The sate must be completed ou
or telote the 1Mb tnt. Apply to Win
Brown, Ittuwu't hotel, coruor Ses uth etteet
juid Wjublcirton avenue. td
' AXLE OF U.SCI.A1MKI BAOUAOE.
AU baggage held Sr charge at the St
Chartei hotel, and unclaimed jirolcu. to
tit date, will be aold at 'bubUc auction on
Friday the 'i-Jth day. of DecMiiber, at 10
Wibek a.m., a: Ilartmiu'e auctlou room.
n-53 ZQi r.J). IfxroHti.rroptietor.
Vtdllltt aud Una.'.
.NOTICK -1 uke lh! ntthed of lnioim
I tug the public that I bare returned to ttie
vlty, an am now preparpil to flU orden for
I itb-tograph at tar Gallery, corner oi
lijightUttrtct and Conmcrclal aYenuv.
.1. J. 1 HUM A3,
The partnenhlp Jieretofore exiting be-
Itvreen the undersigned under the name and
'tyle""oT Aytra JtCo., I thli djydiiwhcdby
mutual conent of thn partlri. l'eikone in-
Idebled to the late llriu will make payment
to 8. 1. Ay ere, who alone U authorlied to
kecelpt for ajn. Th butlnen will W cu
lled on by S. 1). Ayenundrrthe etyloof the
latellrm. H. I. AVKRi,
i:. J. Avkks.
Cairo, lilt., D?trober l,lia73. d-lw-wlm
Kveitr klavou as ncrmaKNTEo.
j With great care, by a proceW entirely till
two, Dr. 1'rlce 1 enabled to exUact from
taeh ofthe true aelect fruits and aromatic,
Hot Its characterlitlc Savor, and place In
I he market a claaa of Fhaorlogi of rare ex
cellence. Krery flavor ai represented, ol
reat atrenRth and perfect purity.
I For any flavor that taty benu-anted for
avorlng fee creasa, jellies, custards, putry,
Itc, vre recommend Dr. Prior Special
t'tavorlngi, and feel rare that like his Cut
brated Cream Baking I'owder, will give
erfect tatlsfactlon. There U no imposition
i these articles. ilAwlw.
Cairo. Ills., Uec. S, IbVi
to whom It mar concern.
I This la to certify that we the Joint heirs ol
restate of Dennis Mahony, havo thli d.iy
celved from Wn, Kuchenbecktr, a-ent
the Tenlonla Life Inturance company,
Le thousand dollars in lull for policy ou
Lid Dennis ilahony. Accept our thanks
Ir the prompt payment of thu abo pol
f I'ATKICK MAItOXr,
Illoss ha on hand, and lor sale a larr
Lantltr of oak and hickory wood, cut and
Iut. aaal ready for the etove. aijo a'l
Indf Ol coal which will bo delivered In any
Irt of the city on short notice. Leave or
Ira at coal yard, on Commercial aranue
frposlte Eleventh street. wee. '-om
DANCE! DANCE 1 '.
U wand ball will be given at Scneel'e
111 December ISth, by Cooper l.'nlon No. I
IllllnoU. AdmiHton one dollar. J.vcry.
Lomulttec of "arrangements ,
. U. Nbaly,
c. II. Mordock;
rbe annual ineeting of the stockholders
khe First NaUonal Bank of Cairo for the
ktlon ol directors, will be held at the of.
I of tald bank in Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan-
t 12. lSTi. ueiween ae uum ui iu
lock a m anil 4. o'clock p.m.
" CUAi. Ccnmnhiiah, Canhlvr.
fAllto, Ills., DccembeMO. 137. td
Iwould respectfully announce to the peo-
lof Cairo that I have rc-eumed tho prac.
i of dentistry In uiy old room. .No. 140
Lamercial avenue, and hope by strict at
lion to business and ever strtvin; for the
best excellency in the profession, to be
a to give entlro satisfaction in all rates,
j to merit a liberal portion of your pat-
Mge. I Li- W ILLIAM9, ueuiui.
u - KOU HALE.
pe well-known uusiness aianu oi wunean
troyo, atAth mouth of Clearcreek, Alox
bixounty, Illinois, Mtuated in oue of
Ifinest agricultural districts of the VTeit,
with t,,TvaH-etablitied trade. ThU will
kund a rare opportunity for an energetic
he premlaee consist of a atore DXIO feet
relllng or eight rooms, well furnished
conveniently arranged, good cisterns
I all necessary out-bulldjngs, and one
of land. Terms, liberal. Apply or
teU,' - . 1 "V7M. CUBTKAD,
1 . 1 . ' .I 1 1
Sim uw. . vieeararie a.aauiBK, '
t it VACCINATION.
I cltlrens aro liireby notified that on ao
at oi the prevalence ol'cmall pox in Chi
I and other neighboring cities, the beard
ealth deem it necessary, to divide ihe
into three districts and have, appointed
fellowlog physicians forthe purpose ol
llnatlngall persons who (n their opinion
lire yacclnatlon, Jit. 0. B. Kvaus will
04 to the district lying MUth ot Mntb
tt. Dr. II. Warduer to the district lying
reen Ninth and Seventeenth streets. Dr.
. Sullivan (o all that part of the city ly
norm of Seventeenth afreet. The phy
Ins hereby appointed have Instructions
kport the names ol all persons rcfuslnir
h vaccinated.. The physicians shall also
let from ell persons vacclnatod. who ai
10 ly. tere'r th mm uf twenty
cents anu snau uoto tno same in their
rt to the board.
order t the board, ot health.
Jonn Woon, chalrtuun.
lino, 1U. DCfBbr, Utli, liVi. 10-Ot
THE BULLET I N.
CAIRO' LOCAL NEWS.
i H i:
AND LAST Kl'ISTI.r.
run people or caiko
i .v t it u d u c t o it y .
II1 tui been laid repeatedly during lb
pn week ttat I hid not 4 woman, an J the
peeullar st)le of tny writings Is odered lu
Idcnce to sustain tin assertion. Your
testimony to my femininity avails me notli
lnsr, since your Identity bss become mixed
with mine to in extent that would make
It as .Hrtlctilt to i.ro e tint you nrn not mo
ai to prove that 1 uui myself. And yet you
know t Bin a woman, I alo I. now the fact.
Upon what fact your knowledge ' this
matter is tonn.Icil I will not reotte; but I
made bold to declare that I know myself to
III VTOUMI), bcC.MllC t WBS OIK .1 little till,
tbrn a largur girl, theu u Inrye gill, and o
Ul ,,,, vromsnbood. 'Ihearom Is not
more certain to produce ft tret: If .anted than
a llttln girl l to grow into n wouisu, II she
lire ion etiougli
I hive other rcatoni for bclniiir- f my
icx, and amonu: them In ptomlnently loe of
fino clothing nod K''"'' u person who
1 niMleti-d a I am to ''purple and fine lin
en" and the ronvetMtlim of Ihe lJillllucr
lurr, lb it iaot dellhtliil of allthe mart ot
ic.nnital, can be anything lm thia u wo
' I admit th.it m crt letter, ind u-y con
tldrntlal csrd nhtch you, .Mr. Kdltor, lm
Iiroj)erly export to tUe public, were both a
llttln '-bruad", Uty icason for duWIds; them
no uiu.t bo obvloui. I'lie lnlcllcacio4 ot
my lait Suiid '4 eptitl wrrr icyirttd to by
me to lend aMny mirail-c" concerulot; the
authotthip. Iho ruo succeeded. And
now, bolni; abcut to t.-tlrc from the public
mi, I bv ptrdon (or my rudeneo of all
tlio orlendtd all ttve one, n dapper beau
lerklnc on thr levee, who hm ofl'-;niltd uic,
Crltk'Um with Judgment I can appreciate,
but hit I caunot eudure. UU brain might, be
nvled Into Juoen ilab" chirlot. "an empty
hazlc-nut," and he loH In It (intnentttr, be-
In? o rnall that
luU tj itg it a ruuuJ I. III. waia
fricVe from the Ur finger of a sr-irJ,"
would, deilrlnj; to unload It, require a ml
cruicope to Und It. "Oh! It ouendi mc to
the oul" that tlie-e poplajaya that
"thtr.e o tritK and until ti vta
Andult to UWawjItiDi geniltwoiuan,
should tet up ai critics of my writings, and
lrawli "Aw 't li wcally shocking I Jllsi
Jane Ann aw cannot be 'pon honal
twalerarcd aw 5'' My sor;e rlc when
1 think of uch fellow. I hate them.
'W't hit sitt out r4cri a
cuoiw el tle icturei cl cui
utr contrlbutcr The ecgrav
Icz we rrxur'd at ireat ex
peon, it wit taieu Iron m
mooncgrapb, i Dew style ot
picture, pasrcicd by the ctle-
Lrncu .tmi, Air. iuim
Vt Inter. It It produce J In cur
column to tettle the uueitl.o
cflUe juihonliip of thr "Jane
Ann" cornmu&leatloft ltwlU
Ut eAt a ctaoe lhal the author ta a well-known.
Xa?aett atvl Mettiy ietjtea ybung iay oi mii eity
UKVOTKDTO KELiaiOUS MATT1!II.
Wl. ihr Word will k Preached To-Dav and
Whnm. tinccrnin2 Several ot uur Aliniitert
their Stylea, Appearaac SDd Atihtiet. The
Wonjerful Turney, Hit .Neritt and till Shot!
HKLIUIOl'S services the pre-ent Sunday
as follows :
Jtcv. II. II. Thayer will dillver
a dticourse this morning la the l'resbyteiian
Church, npon the folio wlag: "The Destina
tion otthn Soul at Death." In the even
ing bu will deliver the sixth dhenurse of the
series. Subject: ".Noah's Ark; tu existence,
shape, dimensions, tonnage and contents."
Service at the Advent Christian illtilou
Itooin, corner Washington Avenue and Utli
Street, Similar, the Utli iiift., at X o'clock,
l'reachlng at tho Christian Church at the
usual hours, by Her. Dr. FUk, ot St, Loots;
alto, Free Lecture on the "Holy City and
its Sacred Places," by Prof. Flsk. All the
Sunday Schools and their trlends are
specially Invited. See notices ol the press.
' We have three preachers ot the gespel,
esteemed by their several congregations for
their piety, and admired by many people
who believe them to be men of ability. I
have had tho pleasure of listening to all ol
The Iter. Sir. Thayer, of the Presbyter
ian church, is a laborious minister., lie evi
dently works very diligently lu tho prepara
tion of his discoursed, whleh display consid
erable learning, and are often eloquent. As
an orator be Is showy. When you listen to
him the flnt tlrno the lmprction is not pleas
ant; 1 luay even say it Is disagreeable. At
the end of each sentence Indeed, alter ev
ery pause In his sermons, U what I may de
nominate an echo of the last word spoken.
After he lias paused and commenced to
speak again, tho last word uttered before
the pauva can be distinctly heard. In time
after listening to several sermons thlt
"feature" of Mr. Thayer a voice is not no
ticed, or if observed has lost the disagree
able Impression It conveyed to the listener
at Urst. During Prof. Denton's late lectur
ing kensoii In this city Hi-'. Thayer replied to
many of that gentleman's lulldcl argument,
and tu my estimation completely refuted
them. I may not be a good Judge of Mich
matters, and It Is Just possible the high re
spect in which I hold Christianity, and the
detestlon 1 entlrtaln for tho foolish people
who are seeking to destroy that divine in
stitution, may hare perverted my mind;
but, however that may be, my judgment la
that Pror. Dentin It a child lu Mr. Thayer's
Iter. Mr. UllbtrCoi the Episcopal ehureh,
It a polished writer. 1 have heard two ser
mons by hlra "I Go a-Flsblng" and "Cant
in IullgioB." The sermon on Cant was ex.
eellent, but the discourse ou the subjeot
tint-named above pleased He more, t was
as Instructive as elegant, and in tome of its
passages was eloquent, The description of
the Sea of Tiberius was au exquisite piece of
word painting. The drawback to Mr. Gil
bertit hit lack of oratory, He Is utterly
devoid ol any ef those tricks of voice or
feature possessed by tho popular speaker,
It Is said Mr. Gilbert, socially, Is one ol the
best ot men, popular with all who kmw
him, and poaacwed of the faculty ot drawing
young , people Into the church ami wed
ding them to the religion of the crost,
Iter. Mr. Waller, of ,he Methodist
Church, Is believed by hit congregation to
be the ablest preacher in the city, I have
not imil the pleasure ol hearing lilm ofteier
than ono time. Hit subject on that oecasion
wiisi, "Wo See through a Glass Darkly,"
and 1 do hlu only Justice when I say he
bandied It with much ability.
, Jinny ct our people hare fallen into
tho habit of latislilnjf at RcrrMr. Tnrney.
it they knew him they would not laugh at
him. 1 have met him scvoral times. During
the session ol the Methodist Conference lu
thli rlty he way entertained atourhoitso,
..L.. I. (a -I I
anu i niu au opportumtj tu nuuj me cu.i
aeter. lie la a genius, with a screw loose
touiewiiere a piece of woudtrlul mschan
Iim that cannot be utilized becauie it can.
I u,t be couiptehecded. I never met any
' person of Mr. Turnty't aya who posictaed
more learnln, or who morn thoroughly
comprehended tha Infornutlon nuulcfd
j it urn expotlence', Observation and books.
irbot'0uld riittaln an uvetweanlng ego
1 ti.ui, which has complete mastery ol tils
thoughts, and compels him to crowd him
I f elf into public notice continually; 11 he
eould matter his disposition to become ac
quainted with a whole city full of people
every day and permit them to know that
they hae seen D. 11. Turney ; If h could
eath himself to Icdulge in frequent Cashes
of silence ; If tin could bo Induced
to btllnve that however elegant
tho litrntture of tho mind may bo, the per
son uat not bu neglected ; Jf, In the mo
st ot Christian grace, he would labor
without bluttcr for the good of the cross, In
the defence of which he handlas with skill
weapon llwt.lnClet wound viheii'tcr they
xlrlko at tho'herejlcs uf doubt, lm would
apcidlty heroine on: ot the most useful
tu-ii In the vhurch nd be recognized as a
r t preacher.
1 !. willten lu Vlnilntu, aud be
cause 1 hope that plain ipceib may Induce
this wonderful young man to study hlmscl
and eatber up tor minting this mental old
which ho li nor? reckleis tcatltrlug to the
l'rof. .4. Kik, ot fit. Louie , wlo hs re
cently returned from an extended tour
through the lilbla l.nnds. In coualries
about the Mediterranean, Is In this elly, and
will lecture .Moaday aud Tuesday evenings,
at the Christian Church, on the Holy City
and sacred places. From notices ot the
prers we select the following :
l'rof. I iti't 1-ciarei aic Ki'y e!iulnmc. "he
.Moatite tone. al-u the atene taken from tie
tmrtdattoa cf Slo:non't lervplr, an- tneSicrlnc.il
Ul..l which the lecturer eilubitej, atJjnit'i a (rati
Acatloa well worth one's tlnwe and m'mty. f.'one caa
aord to 1 r I ix iect'ire.. fttern i.&ritttaa
All thont.l Attt3d l'rjf. ll.V-'a lecture! 11-ete
t'Ctures affarJ th picture cf atrao't MilttoJnJ.
taiem ll.a l)r :.oi ui Uie loms ot eur ixra, in
Ihe Church of the Holy bepnkher, and he paints ont
t'j Tiridly aU the tacred placet that one teemt daring
me lecture, to tec ine m at tney are. sucn rare ueai
hat ne.er Veeu ad.ricJ out cMtcru tefore. Trey,
.1 ) timet.
, I was pleased by the notice you enime
last night, that Iter. Mr. Thayer would lec
ture thli evening on the atk. The ark la a
great Institution, and should be handled
with care. A knowledge of Its shapo Is lm;
portant, and no one ouht tu be willing to
leave this vale of tears until he has ascer
tained Its tonnage. Noah was arrest boat
builder, llii cralt mis at )eat of the di
mentions of the Great Itcpublle, and, al
though not a sailer or a steamer, as a floater
It hav never beeu equalled. It carried an
Immense load, anil there can bo so doubt
that if freights were as high as they usually
are on the allsslaslppl river, Capt. Noah
made an independent fortune, ai well as c
cured immortality, by hU Hngle trip.
1. Death it IcevIcJ.e, and t; li Turu-y Ancag hit
other eecomp'Ithmenti Is th tVIll of the printer,
Dropping la upon ui la it night, he read on the galley
Jane Ann'a rematkt on hit ncrltt and thcirtcorolngi,
and intuialy mo!red hU thoughts oa tho tubje:: la
ta thia communication t
MIL. KlIITOk , Bkck in flkiro. I r.nA aa.
taticn. i.l tit, Jane Ann. She nay be cf common
material , but we thouM not for?-! that the cadueeut
of Mercury Just a rod of hare!, adorned with light
wingianaa (wining aerpeni. iter letters may arop
in a place wr.crc mer may qj gowu. intncoicn
Tablet where Media tpiUed a few drops rf the magie
medicine that was to reitore the aged Avion to the
bloom of youth, thx drops wgctatrd and became
the meadow tafTroni, Ia not, brother Obeily, per
mit her to remain tso leef away from year columni.-l-ecjusehave
ye not read lo tha ttracge ray the logy of
the ancient timet, that !'!)Uii,the beautiful queen of
Thrace, died if grief at the prolonged ab.ance cf
IJemcphoon, and wat metamorphosed into an almonet
tree! I dare not atk you or any other wo-man what
Jane Ann tbtnkt of me, at the might repeat the tale
of Narcittut u my torrowful crgant of hearing.
That tale runs on this wlte . A youth who had
lighted the love cf the nymph l'cho, and become en
amored of hit osvn thadow In the limpid brooklet,
pined t.lrr.idf to death, and M tnetamtrphojed Into
If 1 knew Jane Ana an-t poitibiy 1 do I might
love her, and loving her t might propose, and pro
patlng might be rejected, andiomethlng direful might
occur. 1 have an indistinct recollection cf readisg
that the unharpy i-milax, when Crocut re'ectcd ner
love, wat metam:rphotcd Into a yew tree, and I
would net watii my utc be as ten, wood yew woUd
-M i'. it. ti u.m:v.
AIIOL'T SEVERAL PKUSONS.
U!ch Something Is Said Ahout ree-ple Knea
and unknown ta me ueauei.
Mlt. F. D. Hex ford, of the St. Charles
Hotel, returned to Cairo Wednesday last
from .Toilet, whero he proposes to locate In
tho hotel business
r Col. Taylor, who has been abseut at
New York, returned home last Thursday
night. UN business In the East has not trans
pired, but It Is presumed to have been In re
lation to the C. A St, l.oulsrailroad. Tho Col
onel Is devoting all his time aud energies to
puhlng forward that enterprise to comple
tion, and of course hU New York Journey
meant railroad. That Is (If I may bo nllowod
tho expression) the. way I put It up,
II. ri. Itoilord will not, at least for tho
time being, follow F. I). to Jollet. He will
probably live awhllo.with the gentle .lewctt.
Judge urccn was appointed to defend
Dlltr,. at his own expense, and Is doing bis
duty too well. He secured a continuance for
bis client, and w'ill probably, if rncrgy and
ability can do-fin, avo the unfortunate
P. W. Hi relay has been laid until the drv
dock for repairs. He Is now alinoit as good
aa new; and he tooWbis'ovvnimcifteltrcs.Tlils
fact commends htm as a'dYuggfst worthy ol
patronage. The-eirug gist who taawlrh own
medicines in slekuem, aud rceovert, Is a won
derfully honest man, and that la what P."W.
Mr. 1). N. Hexford, tho betwixt and
between aged brother of our Bcxiords, aud
his wild, left yesterday morning for Kansas
City, Theywero present at the Bexferd
party, Friday night, and witnessed the
caning operation "the old man" had to en
dure, and the tureen gauntlet the madame
j Tho Injuries Judge Mulkcy sv.Htained
lately are not, we take much pleasure
In saying, as nerlous as was at first reported,
AUOUT THINGS IN (JENKltAI,.
In Which It a Ttclalionof Events Ilappeaed and to
Happen, aud alto of Remarks ot a Mlicellaitcoui
PltOF. Appel's Gcrman.Kngllsh school It
prospering. under thn nble and energetic
control of the principal, It hat now seventy-tight
scholars, of which number twen
ty. seven aro of American jitrentago.
Christmas cvo will be observed ByV grand
celebration, nt the school building, In which
the whole tehool will participate. Invita
tions to attend are now being issued by
Professor Apuel to friends of the school
,' A very pleasant meeting it' w,w, the
meeting of Mrs. Caudee't Sunday school class
at her rosldenco on Tuesday evening laat.
This estimable Christian lady la a hear'.y
workcfln her matter's vineyard, and will
bo entitled to the commendation of "Well
done, good and faithful servant. 't ,
V Be rge hat beta lu the Wc( pleading
for Mndne to 'dumb anlnlali, bnt h! Irs
sous have had no effect In Cairo. Animali
are abused as li they had no rights a human
bclug Is bound ti respect. I am frequently
called upon to 1st drop the yinpathtllc tear
us I beUold brawny men cruelly belaboring
crutle hotaca that are 'evidently in fee.
ble health, and should be In a bed aud un
der treatment Instead of hitched fn wagons
and drayt. The brutality cf man In his
treatment ol btuteJ, waa forcibly impressed j
upon my mind on Saturday as 1 passed The
Hi Li.it tin utBee. In tha street, lu front of
thn cilice, 1 saw a horc a feeble-looking
anlrai!, apparently a victim of the ague. On
his back was a young man of sullen brow In
whoio eye nu the look of oue who had
made up fats mind to eonqucr or to dlf. 1 he
poor horee, frequently addresied by his per
secutor, us "Daunyou Whistler,;" a very
peculiar name was prancing about In a
most lively mai.ncr, as it frightened. Hold,
log to his bridle, beating hltdutlb a club
Which tVerctlles might have erivlsd, was a
laratc, talu art man, evidently a Hibernian.
At each blow the cruel beater would cry out
the peryevutcd animal' name, "Damnyou
Whistler:' oiidthc young man oiijioricback
would echo "Damnyou." I turned away
unable to endure the contemplation of the
rj'cctacle, and dclre In the most public
ttiftner to rail the attention ot Chief of Fo
lic McIIate to thU aJnrmUiiinliicenl cru
elty. Me chould )oa no time In arietlnK the
Iliberutaa and handing hlmorcr to the ten
der mercies ol liros. I neglected to state
that th but I h.hv of that poor.hor-e was a
blue tresk, as he dls.ipjicared III tb dlf
taucc, flylug from the Hibernian ou a dead
run, and cunylng tdoug with him the young
man of sullen blow. Neither the hone nor
the young mau his .been heard of since
their disappearance in the distance that ex
tends In Iho direction of Mound City.
There l a conundrum a big sati-lt-
pliant In the following, and vie gle It up.
Mis Jauc A'"C I un-ler-tsrvl that l.eret
I.urmnr'" "Jane Ann" Uhs "(jne a.fitl.lca;." at
the mutt have teen -fithini cvcrtince lu hantorrta
topnetot came toton. hpeakin: cflnhlrg, it Xi
fanrqweuu lay, icniiiyi mc 01 a ntue ar.:crwrc.
Ihe (iltowlut; eenti-men troui Mauod Cttr and Cairo.
1. e,, Hoc. Caiey, Capt lljmWclcn, John Carter, l'at
I'lUZcraU, Sam Fetter, Jim Morris and John .l.ln
lon, LV-e Jane Ann, went a nihlni anJ shootlnx. I
unoeriiena, wr.ie in lie region ot xveny a rancne, c.
Ititr Lale.cne cf theie (c&tternert p-rfjrmeil the at-
laundlnz feat of picking eleven ducV-a in a minute aud
half, keepu; one in the all all th.nrne, and It Wat
a very had day I'w picking aucitt anyway, i unuer
atarxi Mr l'at Kelly, ou witnenlnir thlt aitour.dintf
teat, belched forth thlt remark r "J have been a pro
fcstlunal tporumaa tit eighty years, and I am stall a
fj'Guog man, and 1 aevce saw to aaany ducka thajn
rjooed 111 to ahort a tlutit Lefufc."
Now the ptlltli rti, ene men, and Jenand u
aruwer to the query H M piriM tnoae uuckar
Nora bene. 1 ouHn'thave you tell anyone about
mil i.r toe grw. nut great tecrtt.
A conclave of Cairo Conuiisndry will
be QclU to".morrow night,
A general meeting of the Cairo l'urner
society will be held at the'r hall to-morrow
' On -ctcnlay afternoon a llttl uirl'n
dsrk green waterproof cape, lined with
green flannel was let. The finder Is rcque.tcd
to leave It at Tun Ulxlctin office where
he will be suitably rewarded
DEVOTED TO POLITICS.
In Wl.Uh (i Recorded the "Pome"cr Cclore-1 13
dcr to Massa Muna and Matta Pope Also, a
song About the Trade la Ilavteed, the YVordi
by a Friend and the Musle ty Schletinger.
And, In (.'oocljsloa, aa t3oiuent Tribute lo the
HAVE you ever been afflicted by the
church-beggar? It not, allow tno to offer
my oooaje aluuttaua ir youtiave. permttme
to commlsocrate you as 'ono of the world's
unfortunates. Capt. Ifallldayaml Col. Tay
lor, the only two Cairo men who bavo any
money to speak of, mar endure the church
beggar, and always gi e ; but wc poor er
ple who are always wanting, how can we
give? The long aud the short of It Is, we
Hut what has this to do with politics?;
I do n't know ; but, us I w.u about to say,
Ktder J. II. llutsel, a colored man from Mis
sissippi, was In the city last week begging
for his church, n nict which Induced me to
mako theso remaik. He left Cairo discour
aged. He called at our house tor a contri
bution. He was much depressed In spirits.
Major Munn and Capt. Pope, two gentlemen
he had expected to get several dollars from,
would not give htm anything not even en
couragement. "3o far as Capt. Pope Is con
cerned," sorrowfully remarked the elder,
"1 do not care. Ho is undoubtedly a great
tinner. A soon as my eyes fell upon him,
I knew he was no friend of our race ! But
from the major 1 did expect at least a five
dollar bill. He repul-ed me. He told mo
that Republican representatives from the
South had sold out to Ordway and in that
way bad defetted him. Tho major declared
that was a way he despised. But," ex
claimed tbe elder, "how could I help thai?"
I did not attempt tu answer his conundrum,
and the elder left with a tear in his eye and
fifty cents of my money In bis pocket. Af
ter he was gone, I found crumpled paper
on the rloor, and translated Us hieroglyph,
les Into the following stnz.u ;
Hit: cui.uitun Kt.nKit io'tiik win in
Dear Massa Munn and Massa Pope,
You loa us on election day,
Den we It, thus, de nation's hope
An' dat, you kno',.Je mbllc ru' way
Dear Massa Munn and Matta Pope,
When we have voted at you tay,
Den we ate not de nation's hope
And dat it, too, de white radV i.
Oh I Malta Munn and Matta Pope,
You've run in, thua now, long enough,
We'sg pulled and lugged de parly rope
Till we have inoit got "up to toull,"
.So, Massa Munn and Malta Vppe,
He lib'ral, and come down with cathl
We're reached de 'elusion dat iof oaii
Don't rurchais a great 'mount ob Iimii '
' I learned the other day from a para
graph lu The Bulletin, that a grange had
been organized at Cobden. "Southern Il
linois," the paragraph declared, "Is ripe
for the sickle of the farmer's niovoment,
and an effort will be made to thoroughly or
ganize that part of the State before the con
test of next fall."
This Is Interesting Information, especially
to politicians. They are splendid political
weather cocks, and, although there Is not
much agitation of tha ami-monopoly ones
tlon In thU city, their conduct Is proof
that It hat had a marked eftoct In Egypt.
A friend of mine, after I had read theso
remarks.to him, wcut Into a trance, and tin
consciously produced the stanzas following
The faQt hat boon carefully kept from his
knowledge. Ho U.a young man of flue sen
sibilities, aud hat nqyer knowingly beeu
guilty of a uicauucn. Fear, has been ex
pressed that bo would suicide or take to liq
uor if he should I es.ru that be Is the author
of these rbyruerf I therefore withhold
UU name from publication i
Otm l'OLITICIANS AXU TUB t'AHMrit3. (lj
I 'm farmer, I m a farmer;
And with the farmers staad
A peck of hayseed la my hair,
A piKhfork la lay hand t
And f handle thai una pltcWuia
With Industry and skill,
I'or I 'ra sure I 'II get good wages ,
Don't (lie iimra pay (he UU: ,
'Ihete Is Utile Ikic Clements,
And nuAnkfcenl Hill Usceu,
' 'And the bashful William Allen,
Who upon the farmer t lean;
Tien Is H.tlant John.sy II, 0
riia rjsint iucei;r, great ai
And f. Moim and I'iny-If. Pop. '
Who have by the Urmcu tloul.
And the gtnile Walt of Perry,
And the Harlielt of Kandofrh,
Who from the great grang tnovrmtf.t
Did not very long Stand off-'
lhese are all row uilng hayseed
With Industry and skill,
They ate sum they'll gel good wj-u,
lir the fjrtuers foot the 1X1
Anl they a!ni, "We all ate fcrmsr
And with the rarruer stand
flic tlalwart, lionett farmer.
With hit ball Jt In hit hand '." I
Uy the way, what do you believe will
lie the upshot ot tho political situation? o-)
At for Jane Ann ehe and her Itouso
will stand by Democracy through thick and
thin. She remembers the good old times
"alt tiroes are good times when old" and
cannot forget tho lessons learned ly her
while yet almost a baby "inuliiik; mitt puk
ing In her nurse's arms." (J)
In the good d.tys ol Democracy there
was peace throughout otlr border. Then
every nlih might do and'say what he pleas
ed, except Nlggcra and Abolitionists. This
exception was Justified by the nondltiou of
the eo'iutry. The Lord had maiked the
nicker for slat err. ami the Democrat", being
Chrlitian people, d'e-lied to have tbe ordin
ance of heaveu on thn subject or the bona
age" of the descendants of Ham strictly en'
forced. The Abolitionists, with winds cor
rupted by tho" llbtraltim ot rhfldfltty, for-
Kettlnp that Ham had been martcd, anil
ringing the change fit the goldeti rule, the
meaning of which they pervertad In tha lit
teret ol thp nigger-undertook to eouslnee
the country Hat slafe'ry' should be abolished;
that all won arebom equsl; Hint lire ana
liberty .trn limllcnablo right', and many
wore of such perverting doctilnei. Is It
therefore a matter ot mrprUc that the
Abolitionists weie not allowed to Indulge In
free speech, and tout the were hung Mien
Cftught polluting the e.iutb with their pre
lu the ivinocratlo Uy. too. tbuMisc
doctrine t the right of itate to rgulat Its
own 'affairs was recogulzed, and If Us per
version led to war. tho Democrats arc not
responsible for tin fact.
While the Democrat!.; liatlv Was In
power, honeity in public llfo wni the rule.
It was not until tho domination of the Radi
cals pKrvnrted-thu Democratic party that
the Tammany Democrats and other Dcme-
erotic leaders became thieves and salary
grabbers. The Democratic patty ahould not
be held responsible for thcio shortcomings,
but the Republican party should ; Its exam
pie contaminated our pure aud spotless or
ganlzatlon. If thcte Is one thing more than
auother makes me hate Uepubllcanlsm. It Is
the ttcfthat that party, by Us dishonest
nractlcc. has aisle the Democracy also
corrupt. (3) " -
Concerning the late war, I need say
nothing., That Is, u dead Issue. O.nly very
ungenerous Republicans men who wish to
deetivo the people and continue lu power
will refer to it. On that issue wc loin the
poet when he exclaims.: "Let tbe dead
liury Its dead?' The subject Is disagree
able. Th- writer repeats, if (he has s.ttd so
before, that the hope of this 'country is in
the Democratic party. All talk about a new
party, about the affiliation of all the better
elements of all the parties, is ridiculous.
The Democracy stands alone. As Wcbsttr
saitl ot Massachusetts: "There she is; 'look
at her?" She ecoru tka u'.d of Hepubllcans.
Khe can trust no man that ever wavered.
She will triumph by'the vot of men who
nave never V)ved the knee to tbe Baal of
ICtdicalUm, or the will fall gloriously; tight-
lnir under her old leader, and In her fall
Sampson-lite will bring down with her the
pillars of the constitution, iuvolvliu the
Republic In the ruin her final defeat will
brlni: upon the whole world, (i:
Thsro now; If that I not a high flight
ou politic, the dallcatc-mlnded clerk of the
levee may take my bonnet. ("J
1 We elve It nn.
2 The wit of thn eftuilnn Is. lite the esmelineis cf
Ihe editor erthe sun, not visible to the naked eye.
J A quotation from tha dramas uf an author br
the name of bhakeipere. an Knglishtnan, The .Smith
laraily are lineal descendants of his.
4 The fact that so few Abolitionists were hung Is
astonishing and a hlch compliment to the lorbe&rjnce
of the Southern iople.
0 1 mi It one ol the most .ingenious and itrongest
arguments against the itepublican pally we ever
read. Our lilr corretpndent It evidently an able
G The bon&it would TroUhl he not aceentable.
That U not the kind of headgear a" male clerk wean,
but, if Jane Ann hat a hat tu spare, en au old hat
would be heuer lhan no hat we have no dcn!H the
clerk womH willingly receive It.
A VOICE 1011 WAR TOO I. ATK.
la Which May be KounJ a Patriotic I'utm Which
i.uid Have ueeu i-uBiitneu twu ueski .sgj.,
WE svomen admire bravo men, and most
of us have a smile anil, a kind word for the
soldier, brave In battle, who, the conflict
having been decided,. v,lth bluff, frankness
can grasp the hand of his enemy In honest
Irlcndshlp. That Gun. Sherman bluff mid
rough, butbraeand kind-hearted, Tecum
teb is a soldier of this, tnetal, no one who
has read his letter to Gen. Forrest can
doubt. "1 wish to light fer tho govern
ment," stye Forrest. "I would unhesitat
ingly accept hU sen tret, mid give him a
prominent place," says Sherman. I applaud
Forrest and Sherman applaud them both
to the echo. This Is, indeed, tho hour of re
conciliation. The Blue and the Gray, who
shed each other's bloodou.Uui. border be
tween the North and South, now meet and
clasp hands undor the folds of the old flag,
eager to vindicate the honor of their com
mon country. The fact bring1, to my recol
lection Scott's poem of "March, march lit
trick afid Trctollsdale," and tempts me.
although tho war-cloud hat vauMied, to
paraphrase It thus :
KKCONCIMAT'O.N Of Til It lOJJE ANIs HIE
March, match Northern and Southern men,
March ye now travel)-, ana marciryc In order.
Marcll,tntrch Mierman and Korrett, then
The lllue and the (iray'll shake hands on the llordrr;
Only one banner tpread'
Fluttcri above your head,
Hut many a crctt that ii famous In iter
Hasten, nuke really then,
Northern at)d Southern men
KlgMfjr he Jag "'"I Ihe great Union's gtor :
Come, coins from the city and come from Ihe pliii ,
t'uine from the Northland, and land cf the suit,
eim. where lha cjtll1.iv rtutlers a-'alu :
Press on with loud tluts, and with sword and isltli
The wat-cry It sounding,
'l ln war need ii boundingj .
Ha t true and brave men, stand ye all no lu vreer1
Spaniard shall ma the day
When the brave illue and dray
Meet an t swore friendship ajalfifchthe ttirder!
Several Itematks aro
THE fearfully disagreeable weather of,
List weeklitd damiglng effect upon bust
uest,"T)iit much was done and our merchanlt
should lie thankinruade wijind" worse. "
J Tho retail dry-goods intrelitata) . did n
driving busluessi The Rsxford party was
the teiiriiuou, and all the Udlta of the city
were "flxlu' things" to make tlieuiielvca
piesentuble. The purnes ol about one bun
tired and fllty hoads of families suffered, the
drain averaging, I sliuuld Judge, ubout tVi,
' Ftrnbukcr A Son have done a bigger
bttalnets) a re ady-mado clothing during the
put iIk weeks U'Aft, nil the other clothing
hoimet In Culro put together. The -'.Son"
of the flrtn wouU Jje'tou ra,oatt to this as
sertlon,' modesty being the young nan'f
weakness1, but 1 mako It boldly without
fear of successful contradiction, as was once
before remarked by ono of you gentlemen of
the prcs.s. It was original then,
Mr. I'ldL Saup, the "Toy Kin;,'' lias a
magnificent stock of good Just the gooO
(or holiday presents to children, ljuade a
fewpurehviesot him the other day a doll
Inrmy ba'jy ntersml other goods for my
to brothers and was. astonished to see to
liro and so well-solocted a stock in Cairo.
Mr. Burger has removed Into his new
stand at the vomer of Ninth street and Com
mercial avenue, whero be It ilulug a driving
buslutss In drv.gtrod.1.
1 Chrl. Hauuy, the oncrgetle and ncver-
say-dlo merchant, Is I am glad to s:ty doing
a better buslners than he ever did before.
Ills stock Is large aud was .'elected with
much good taste.
f H; Istuytbe X Co. ho procured a very
large itock of all kinds of foitlgn and do
mestic liquors, and hive opened a wholesale
store. at their old stand, No. 0), Ohio levee.
1 cannot too stroogly lecommcnd Messrs.
II, .t Co. to tho public as upright bti!lncs
mcn'anrl I itn sure they will receive a large
share of the padronnge of Cairo and tbe sur
Our merchants ibollld advertise more
than they do. Most of them ssy. "Well.
we will when times become better," but
that will not answer. Now U Ihe time to
strike. In tills conviction I nubmlt to the
on'ldcratlon of such merchants, the follow
ing from the .Milwaukee "Nev:v
furthe crash ef t47. hen everybody vat fared
most to d-ath, and the croakeri predicted thai the
country had gone to trasn, a dry. goods nouac was
opene-i (n thli cUyrwhleh proceeded on iWp-tnelple
lhat In order to react the noaruen msncy m me pott-
ett of the teanh, the tronrletort must tell at verv re.t
toruble tinces and advertise serv la-2slv. Thev
worked vigorously up1)!! this principle. 1 heir brother
mercuanti whrtiiid nut advertise preu ctea mat mese
neu comets ould be ruined, ai they paid t. a much
fr ad.ertising. Nevenhetesa-they tiersisted. in
single year they paid 'tH In gild ta the "Daily Wii-
they retired from busineti with a futtut.e uf lt.i,oi.i,
while ottiei inetvhants on tlie same sue.t, swme bf
Ihem opposite their Here, had Lilt J.
Currlco i Co.r hive .t largo slock of
toys for sale at their popular stand, on
Wa-tiiiigtoii awnuc, between Rlghth and
COSCEHNINO THE REXFOItll
The UrDort cf which It Introduced bv a
runtpets iiioising the 1'raiscs oi tite. icearonis,
and contains a Speech of the Kosy Tosy'Klndby
Oberly, one cf the Urlef Description by Iteiford,
iid one of the Kiprompt4 llrand by (ireea; Also
a r'ew 1'emarks Ab at the Daw ing, an-1 So
1'utth and &o Oa
iris probably unneces-'ary lo rennrk
that this writer was one of the party enter
tained by Mr. and Mr. Koilord Friday
ulght; and to say tho party was really, en
joyable would also be unnccfssai-y, If all
your readers knew those two v-tlraable
Dear old Tiiaekcry, whom I admire more
than Mlsj lllauk.docs her new drcs, mid
log with my wholo heart, said nf Colling
wood, mat tic thought, iluco licaveli made
gentlemen thore Is no record ol a better
ono. Well no w,yott,won't accuse mo of par
tlallty Induced by Hyperion curls or any thing
of that klnd.when 1 y that "Old Man Rex
lord" (Hiat Is what those who like him best
call him) Is a gi'iitlcman alter tho Collin;
wood, pattern; A kind hearted, honest
Ingenuous man, he hai won by his walk and
conversation in this city, a host ot friends
and; Mrs. Rexford she J alt that can be cx
pressed lu tho.terut "a good woman," and
aMrOlM;rly eaya In lriai-tlttlc speech, iu it
Is.r.xprescd all that l beat In liuman nMUrc
1 atiu wanueiing giirrumisly lroin my
silijeff, as too ofd'u we tsomeu writers do.
It was a goodly company. Tho gentle.
men were tbe Jolllest set that ever congre
gated In this blessed town of our', famous
for Its jollity. Thcro were S.itlord and Dun
ning and Joluisjii, and Casey, and others of
that Ilk, who kcepthclrnclghborsnnaroar;
and there were Grecu mid I.ausdcn and
Wheeler aud others of that Ilk, whose pres
ence added dignity to tho occasion; anil
there wero Woodward and Hudson and
Williamson and Cox uud Hyalop and Bar
clay, (whose head don't resemble yours on
the top) aud others of that Ilk, whose pres
ence ksvii mi appoarauco of colidlty to the
fostititiea; and thero wore Jlowo and Com
ings and others of that Ilk-, whoso presence
added to tho assembly the graceful alrness
t elegant and bcauish refinement, lit short,
among the gentlemen present I saw not o no
I did noLadtuire. They nil wore their best
clothes ami most pleasant r-mllHs.
Tho ladles, how can I dcecrlbo thuml I
noticed In tho toilets o( number what Hen.
-"the adulteries o'f ait ;
They Irike mine eye, but not mini, htirc i"
aud in thoec of other, what Herrlck e.slls
"A I weft disorder of tin dren ,
e a e
v. inning wave, rieisrvlnj nnte
InlUe tempettnoiit petticoat."
1 shall not attempt to dotvrlhe tht toilets.
Llfo Is too rhort.
Tho best-looking gentleman at tho party
was beyond all doubt Mr, Munn. Dr. Dun
ning holds to Munn, In tho way ofmanly
beauty, the next brightest taper ; Mr.'.lohn
ou comes uuxt U him. The most uncomely
looking male being in the room watt a young
gentleman whose appearance was described
by Dr. Casey as that of a scared Texas stco r
running for life.
At about 0 o'clock tho dancing com
mouccd, and was interrupted by ii call
to order from Mr SaH'onl, who nllli others
had InilucedMr. and Mrs Rcxford upon some
prctoxtto approach tha musicians, stand,
whero Mr. Oberly ennl'roiited the worthy
couple, and addressing Mr. ltoxford, said
. oitr.ur.Y s si'xccit,
I have ben requested I'jr a large number of your
Mends of litis city to f, resent ta you llilt cane as a,
taken of t'ae high eitcem In which- they held ynttr
cJiaractar and of their friendship fcr you, The
stiff .vutalni the pltrlra la many i tgitiome Journey
on many is dangatout path, aul lu .old age U the,
auppurt of feeUeneis walking wllh uiurlng iteps O
wardi tin latt resting place of all, Uat then it tlut
hlch(ilei to man'i tiej)s, nhetherthey walk in toil
some ways prou dangerous paths ur, totter In old age,
fuppoitaud fitnitieu the'stafT csmtol supply, and that
Is the good opinion ef the worlJ, respect of neighbors
aud love uf friend,. To-night wc tic to yoj a Hair.
but wo can give to you neither tho good opinion of the
world, the reipcct of your neighbor! nor the lao sf
fricodl, for llitle jolt long ilnce lecured by. jour own
eseitlont Uy an uptljht walk and fivtwr coineria-
tbn la life.
Then, addressing Mr. Ke vford, tho speaks.
or went on :
And lo you, Mailame, I ham been delojited lo pte.
sent, In compliment of your many virtues, tkl beau,
It li njlordinary praise ts isy or-on4-U your ts
"hhe Is a true woman." 'Jhe expression contains
volume of compliment. 1 Joipllci purity, tindarii,
aelf-iacririclris devotion, clutlty, loe-p.iU thai ! test
Inhuman nature It lellt of that modettv ishlth Is
A niinircsr, h i mcy tiooe,
Italf-hldden from the eye,
Kair ai a lUr when only one
Ii shining In tha sky ;
It speaki of thoie of wonunllnj tletfribed bj Ten-
nyton wluta he wrote !
"Vet wai there one through whom I losed her, one
Not Irarneil, save tn ursteioui nosjsenons ways,
Not perfect, nay but lull of tender wants,
o Aagel, but a dialer being all dipt 1
In Angel Int'.lncti, breathing Faradist,
Interpreler between the tiojiand r.icu,
V!io looked all nallse 10 her place, ant yet
On liptoosSfMti W MuttviTJB i H'Ucia
r Tvs greet to Iread, nA all mals minds yerfbre
to ner irommcir onus as tney iov(j
And girdled her with nuile. T
A true woman I The went are redolent of hrrc.nn
and whliper of love abd duty beyond tbe' grave, fil
ing of faith In the belief that tridget tha daik atyil
cf death srtth the rainbow cT iramottalily1.
With such 1 mother I faith In wominklnl
lirau with Ids Uidl, and trust In all things high
Loraei easy to him.
Hadine, those who rc wetted me to asaVe this plea-
enl'to you dUla bwaute they bsfies; yia -rctiv Ul,'
called a true svtcun,
Mr ant' Madame, LeUcve that t eicreis the ssatt
rr.ent of 'each of th'i targe company when t lay year
departnte from our cily w'U be deeply regretteJ wteo
I lay Out i.eatutit wi.hcs far your proiperity arri
happlneit r. ill Callow you dota , aal go with you ae
"aiic this wcrid,
YokeJ in all eaercne of noble end,
And so thro' those dark gates scran the wild
'1 hat its man knows."
lit may be necessary to slate here that
the cAn Is a bcautllul gold headed
cine properly Inscribed, aud th
gilt to llr. Krxtord Is a tplendhj
silver soup turnnn and ladel.
Responding to Mr. Obetly, Mr. RexfonJ
who, cvldentl much embarrassed, wti
blttihlngllkc a girl, bashfully remarked:
Ml. ortCftf.V-I am very thankfol for thU favw.
1 Kin, Indeed If 1 could pesk-lf t had had at.
lio-ur tVo lu -slil.h t might have rrerartet an In
promptu reply ts you, I would have keen all right,
tut I d.J nit Ijise. Ncvertheleti, I eatmst saylesi
it, I cannot tay lets ,
ids enough to thato:
en If I had at .my
and allthe ipeken I
than to lay that I couldn't fiud words c
my kind fricrrft fir thli honor even
ti.ngWi end the English dieircnary 1
hrj'iag-s uf the world. I reraember a vene that ei
preisei, f.elJy indeed, my feelings. A pauie, tint
pardon me, I carnot proceed, foul 1 atk my trter.d,
JgeCieen, Us n,.ks the Ctrinj thsnki my tonjsie
refutes ts utler
liOlld appUiie, during which Judge Green
adtauccd tT the side of Mr.'ltextord. and
.it i.;n f.hr.iis'fj sratcif.
Ttiiaw t rauih a surprise tame as Mr. anJ Mrs,
tiixi , but I earn. 1 refute i respn-l.to the rtutt
iit made up?n rac.
Il hat been tj- bt 6T these Ed PPU. s of most
Western peer''. V fc W by the vicissitudes of tusl-
en into many ciuet, and I express their sentiment'
hen t lay they have never lived U'any placata svKch
they farmed m?re or wanner friendships. Indeed,
they have In their beam a cranny nook In which wll'
abide, preferred guests of their ItTecticns, the pleaiard
recolletUons of the good peoplecf Cairo, from whom
Ihey n ill part with deep regret, They base, they feel,
been lionorcd In a marked' ntnn-r to-night ty kind
frienjs, and now, with hearts full cf emotion, retarh
han'.s Jfl hearty and grateful thanks.
Thli li but a skeloton of tho Judge's neat
address, which wa received with loud irp
Wheu dancing was again resumsd, and
was persistently Indulgcil'tn until about 13
o'clock when it was Interrupted again by an
invitation of mine host and hostcsj to par
take ot a lunch,
The order was given, tho lunch having
been dlspoecd of, to "on with tho dance;"
and to not confine joy UU morning. This
order was literally obeyed, and all night was
"the caiemcnt Jaitlmine ttlrred-
Ta the dancers dancing in tune
Tin a ulenee fclt with the waking bird, -w
And a hush with the letting moon."
And this la all I have to say of the Rex-
ford party, the largest, most fslhlonable 1
most enjoyable ever given Cairo.
XjTMane'Ann Is windy that is (oT
UYerbo'?. Over a column or her
nlcatlon, a rhapter containing 4X02T
Correspondents, Is crowded out.
publish It In her Socond Last Epistle.
Ahuivtti and for tale 41 barrels oranges,
fresh from tho plantation, alio a large sup
ply of Trosh eggs ; CO barrels choice Mich
igan spplei, and all kindi gamo and poul
try. ., ,.
HL'LKK A -WILSON,.
Corner Twelfth Street and Ohio Leveo.
Lvrgest, Beit and Cheapest assortment of
TOYS, OAMKS3 AND HOLLIDAY
In tho City at
T. VTi CAHRICO & CO.fS
Washington Avenue, between Eight aud
Ninth tiirtots. It,
A stated conclave uf Cairo Coramad
ery No. Ill K. T., will be held at the asy
lum on Monday ovoning, Decombor IS,
A. D., 187S, A. L., 7&5. Sir KnighU will
appear iu Fatigue dren. Yliltlng Sir
Knlghta are courteously invited toatttnd.
Jamus A. PatLLift, Recordor.
Oi'!. HrtM, tht barber, conlinucs to do
biiiinoii nt tho old stand on Sixth street,
near Ohio levee, It it an acknowledged
fact that bis shop is ono of tbe neatost in
the city, and his help are all flrtt-elals at
their business. For, a real smooth, clean
shavo Helm's is. the placo to get it.
Mn. Marx Roi.lsu, tho . well-known
piano-tunor, will on tho tint of next
month, establish, tor tho benefit of hit
patrons, who pay hlra ten dolart n year In
tvlvanco for keeping thier piano in tune, a
muiicnl library which will contain noth
ing but thocboiccit music for new begin,
nors, advanced pupils and eccompllthoi
players. Tho muiio will be tent weekly
free of chargo to his cuitomors, until Mr
Rollur has ubtalnad what bQ .il niter,. and
that Ii 11 riico store. Yesterday" TiV re"
ceived a largo number of new jecei of
the choicest music, whicli will ba dlttrlb-
uWd amonj; his patrpm.
Tin: greatest wonder of tub ago' 111 lt.u
way uf a chair istoJio,ifswnJ in Dr. Wll
Haul's dental ceUblitbment over, lilliott
& Uaythorno's boot and shoe atore. It 1
constructed almost' ontlroly of Iron, and
by a ilmple " twist of the riit," may be so
enlarged as io to accornmqdate tlie largait
person, or nVa rcrrd, may bo mado small
onough for-the least child. Toundsr
stnud III working! it should be seon, and
tho Doctor, ho by tho Wavy ii aa,prpund
of. It as ho can be, will take pleunre In
showing it io thoie who call at hit oHot.
Dr. Willlami hat completely refitted and
fumiihtd hii ofileo, and is now ready for
bmlnoii in his line,- and wlIIsyjV Vjr.to
jive satlifrictlon. He asks a share of pub-
Ho patronaga ,Tt. w-is u.
Tlio mombert of' thev Cairo' Turner So
ciety itro reqaasted-4-aUei.d -sv general
mtotlngat their hail, Monday evenicg
H- Rfcswiioto V. BELrVEit.
On Hettuday afternoon, 13th inita Illtlo
glrl't dark green wateyirsjof cloak, linni
with green rUnnel. 'TheervfllJ U
suitably rewarded by rtrttirnlnlt U't tl.-
L-vuuE nll-wool slx-froiitid'-bbAnkeU'i't.t