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ICE! ICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOMIS & CO-,
Takrs great i1cmun In announcing tlil
they rmw prepared t supply evsrybody
Mis lake lea of th very best quality, ellhrr
atYMtr liou or at the stores. Orders
aboiuhl b left at the office, No. 00 Ohio
lu order that Memorial Day may be appro
ktely obscnad.tho citizens ol Wound
City have arranged for Ita
proper celebration on
Saturday, May 30, 1874
AT Til AT CITY.
The accommodation will be ample for sev
eral thousand people.
The orator of the day will bo
HON. JN0. L. BEVERIDGE
(10VKUNOR Or ILLINOIS.
Other eminent public men will be present and
The Ladles who Intend to be present, arc
requested to take garlands m lou
irueta ot flower unarrnnged.
Tbo following commltUes havo boon
COMMITTEE OH ARRANGEMENTS.
fleo Mertz, Sr, W L Hambleton,
JDanlal Hogan, (leo Htultz,
1 y Meyer. lnaac Heed,
Geo W Winn.
COMMITTEE OK ORATION.
01 1. Ulen, B H Walklm,
COMMITTEE ON JINANCE.
John W Carter, 11 V Potter,
John A Waagli, E 8 Chester,
.ALutz, Dr. Looaey, Vienna,
11 11 Spencer, .lame llriiwner.
COMMITTEE ON MUSIC.
31 W Dyer, L G HarrK
COMMITTEE OX TRANSPORTATION.
John W Carter, Pr. Casey.
31 r l'otter, F W Corton.
A lxmnibery, W V l'rlco,
J uus Jloren, N It Casey,
eo MerU, Jr, V O llarrln.
3 J Dougherty, Keller,
unllogati, John Unegar.
JI li O'Neil.
ON rLOWllI AND DKCORATION.
T. Shlppen, cbalnnan K S Chester.
v a iVi-o.i llnlrn (barter
O W Felter,
J 11 Craln,
louls A Jaecard,
11 W Ooodo,
II J Uraddy,
11 O Ulen,
W A lllght,
H J Kelsey,
1" M Kclley,
J M DavluW
V J Walker.
11 II Bimucer,
'V 11 Jackson,
3 W Finn,
leo W UUnu,
31 M iinlth,
Hayor John Wood, 0 It Woodwird,
J'aul Bchuh, Col McKeaKi
3oscs Uarrell, John Autrtm.
.lohnOberly, DavU.of tha 'Sun'
It 8 Yeoman, W Ualllday,
3 V McCartney, 3 O Willis,
Den O Jonas, yr llrown,
ANXA AND JOMXI 1100.
O Klrkpatrlck, Geo Dougherty,
M J InHorc.
K 3 Knjkcndall, A J Allien,
31 W MeFatrldge, W D Dt am,
J)r Geo JBratton, 8 H Olai.fonl.
BALI NX COUNTT.
Maior Conover, fspt Sloan.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
- racsH Hfrniau uosm
UBS. M. JA0K8OD,
(Kemerly Vrs. swanders,)
smaouatss Uiat iha has nist' opened a larg
tusorUacat ol tha
MUUliary Goods to t touna in the market
Ku will heap on hand
at, Bonnet, Vlowxm, Riubonb.
Drbm Trimuixoi or All Kinds,
XtADIU FOXNUHINO GOODS, NOTIONS,
OOLLAM, TJXDSXiLIXTXSl, Buill,
Axa all rood found In mlUlnerr stores, all
sj! which will b dUpeaed ot at tha lowest
ash prlecs. Mrs. Jackson reipettrully
u a waUauaUon of tha pataonage which
kas baea ao ItberaliT besUowed upon hr b?
ajt Udlai of Cairo and tbo vlclxib:. '
OAlllO LOCAL NEWS.
Illll tit mam.
Suninlmilv In itke from us a tllOU'Dllll Illll
licnl, bom paper and finely printed, for
One tlinnuml statements printed nt Tint
BULLETIN office lor $.fi0.
One thousand noti head printed nt Turn
ltui.i.KTiN office for 1.00 j two thousand lor
Ono thousand business card, fino Mrlstnl
board, printed at Tin: llULLKTIN olllco lor
from $2.&0 to $1.00, according to size.
SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1874.
LOCAL INDEX FINGERS.
Call and oxamtno
tho now sash-lock
at D. Artor A Uo'l.
Co? Wanted, at tho St. Charloi Ilotol,
ono hundred day boarders at tho roducod
Ca"LL andoxnmlno t'usnow sash-lock
at P. Artot & Co's. 4 1-5-10-lm
Henry Eicmiorr Is now prepared to
ropalr, varnish and polish furniture and
- - -J minnir.
ot comtort" at D.
Tub largost and bost-solcctod stock
of FUltNITURK for alo at wholosalo
and retail by IIKNKY E10HUOFF, No.
UC, Commercial avonuo,opposlto Sovonth
itrcot. 74 0-17-3m
Police Court, Dullness In pollco
court yostorday, was as dry as dry could
tt Wanted, at tbo St. Charles Ilotol,
stout, healthy woman to wash and iron
in tho laundry. 785-19-31
Fivo thousand fruit barrels for salo.
Enquire of Ualllday Bro's, No. 70, Ohio
Uv op, Cairo; or
Geo. Burns, Agont,
Jl.5-22.30t Mound City, 111.
Personal. Captain D. Uurd, lato of
Cairo, no a resident of Denver, Color
ado, Is In tho city on business.
jar7" kefs all go to tho Gorman school
picnic at School's garden on Monday,
May 36th. 00 6-23-2t.
Wis understand that Mr. I. A. Jones
has been appointed station agont of tbo
Cairo and Vincennos railroad at this
Tine 'Sun' Is mistaken In its guesios
about tho subject af Mr. Oberly's pro
posed "Two "W's" locturo. Tho two "W's
stand for "William Winter, tho artist
TitRKK. Throo largo, olegant and Tory
doslrablo family rooms, fronting on tho
Ohio river, can bo obtained with board
at tho St. Cbarlos, during tho summor
months, at roducod ratos. 03 C-22-tf.
TukOroan Concirt. Tbo organ con
cert at tho Episcopal church last night
drow out a very largo and fashlonablo
audience. Tho ni'iiic was oxcollent ntid
biizbly appreciated by tho?o in attend.
Notiok. Uwlnc t tho many ordors
now in Jlr. "Wintor's hands lor paintings
ba will only dorote throo days in oach
week to photography. Thursday, Fri
ll. y and Saturday will bo tho days, unless
n pacta! engagomont is mado. 03.fi.23.tf
That New Market. Koohlor llros.
will opon thoir Eighth stroot markot this
morning, and we adviso thoso who wish
Hno article of frosh moat to givo them a
call. Thoy win bavo every vartoty on
salo, and all of tho vorybost quality.
Go and seo thorn.
STRAwnEnnr Sociaiilb. Tho mom
bora of tbo M, E. congregation havo de
termined to giro a strawberry eociablo a
the parsonago on noxt Tuesday ovonlng.
The tablos will bo sot in tho Jparlor of tho
church, and will bo loadod down with
atrawborrios, Ico r:roani, lcuiouado, cako
and olhor good things, Evory ono Is cor
dially invited to bo present. 01.5-22-td
OSy- liOl's nil go to tbo Gorman school
picnic at School's gardon on Monday, May
25th. 00 fi.23.2t.
In the Hii'x Water. At a late hour
yesterday ovonlng savoa or eight boy
had, as they tbemsolvos said, "muohlst
kind of Jut," by playing around in tbo
filthy slpe water on Walnut near
Eighteenth, street. One of the number,
wbllo banging like a llzzard to tbo side
walk was discovered by bis father. "Wo
thought m we saw him siamporlng olf
shortly afterward, tho old man plying
bis back with a lath, that bo was paying
lor mt lun quite dearly.
a. vnvaiNiA Family. A .Virginia
family, en routo for tho'Tar Wost," paused
mrougn mo city yestorday, attractlnL-
constderablo attention as tbov
along, 'ice family conslitod of throe
men, one woman, elovon children and
seven dogs. Four of the dogs and three
children occupied placos, in ono of the
wagons, while "the rest of tho family"
louowoa ii, plodding through tbo dust in
uuar oblivion or tho ealstenco of side
Fine Ciuau. itor Haup, manunio.
turer of cigars and dealor In all kinds of
tobacco and smoker's articles, No. 102
Commercial avonuo, has on band a stock
of bis celebrated brands of cigars, to which
ha Invites the attention of dealers in such
goods. Tbcio cigars havo a wlde-sproad
reputallan as being as good as any ever
offered in this market, and tho flguroa at
which tbey are sold aro suro to attract
attention, lie Invites an examination of
bis goods and pricoi, and warrants what
he sells to bo just what ho represonts
thorn to bo or monoy refunded.
Married.-At tho rosldonco ol tbo
bride's paronU, in tho city of Joncsboro,
on Thursday, May 21, 1874, by Rev. Mr.
Westman, Mr. David O. Hmoks ami Miss
Kddlo n. Walker, late of Cairo, Illinois.
Also, on tho samo ovonlng by tho ismo,
at tho brldo'a reildonce, Mr. John II.
Bpan and Miss Hattio M. Nail, both of
Ij. It. A. Parker Karl of Cobdon, will
locturo boforBtbn Ltboral ltollglous as
loclatlon nt thoir ball, torno Twelfth
stroot and Washington avnmio, .Sunday
ovonlng at 8 o'clok p. in. Subject:
'tlntlv of Rolicions." Tha public aro
luvltod to attend. Locturo froo.
II7-C23.21 Ex. Com.
Shicidh. Wo loarn that Louis Tum
or, ol Oooso Island precincts, shot him
self on Thursday evonlng. It is said that
Insanity induced lilin to commit thosui
cidal act but from what wo can loarn wo
aro led to bollovothat thoro was u "worn
an at tbo bottom of tho matter." Tumor
bad boon paying his addooss to a young
lady, and a short timo ago sbo jlltod Mm,
and bonco tho 'hunting oil, otc.
Killed. A fow days ago a party of
men from l'lcasant Grovo, Union connly,
woro out fishing, and whan night camo
on built a ttro at tbo foot of a largo dead
troo. "Whon bod tlmo camo thy mado
down their bods and all lay down to
iln.f, tearing ibo flto still burning. Dur
ing tho night tbo trco burnod oil nnd foil,
killing a man by tho namo of llunklc, and
seriously injuring another.
I'almer. Mr. l'nlmor, superintendent
of tho 0. & V. railroad company, loft for
Louisvillo this morning. Ho will bo
absent from the city several days. Mr
I'almor took charge of tho 0. ti V. road
at a very unpropltiotis time. In a week
or two aftor bo assmod its manngometit
tho financial crisis broko down buslnoss
and provontod him from gotting tho road
into satisfactory shapo. Hut ho did us
much as could bo dono undor iho circum
stances handlod it with groat skill. No
ooo can understand tho dllTicuUlos of thu
position bo occupiod, and those who havo
ovon a slight idoa of them wondor at Mr.
I'nlmor's succoas. 11 a possosics tbo ox
pllclt confldenco ot tho company nnd tho
bond holdors, who will rotaln him as thoir
superintendent until tho road is taken
I from tbo rocolvors, and then ho will again
KtuiLEit & Hro. This firm having
takon chargo of their Eighth Stroot Meat
Markot, havo Inaugurated a now system
of dolnc business a systom that will bo
suro to give satisfaction to their patrons
Doing wholcsalodoalorsln'tho moat trade
thoy aro enabled to sell hotter meat for
loss monoy than any other establishment
in tho city. Thoy will do a strictly cash
business, crediting nobody, and hopo that
no person will apply for credit, as it will
cortatnly he rofused. This systom will bo
adbearcd to in order that thoy may not bo
coropolled to chargo cash cuslomors
onough to mako up for bad dobta. Thoy
will opon thoir shop on this (Saturday)
morning, whon will bo otToroJ to tbo
public, at unustally low pricoe, tho
cholcost fresh metis of all kinds such as
beof, roal, mutton, pork, otc. Thoy will
also havo frcbh s&usago for salo ovory
morning. Thoy lollcito a share or public
patronngo. 81 5-20-Gt
Where do Thkt Come From. Wo
moan that class of dobasod and forsakon
fornnloj that aro to bo soon in cortain lo
calities of tho city at almost any hour of
tho day or night. Though unablo to toll
whoro thoy como from, wo do know that
an unuially largo number of thorn aro In
tho city. Thoy aro nut tiu bawds thnt
All our brothels, but.vvrotohod, drunker
llttby, raggod croaturos, who roam fom
point to point, not knowing whoro they
wllljjbtaiu tho next weal or night's shol
tor. Thoy visit tho low rum holes, con
sort with nogroes, nnd in thoir gonoral
domanor show a depth of dopravity be
yond which it seoms impossible for mor
tals to go. Last night beforo dark, n
braco of thoso poor croaturos, rooting
drunk, their mattod hair banging about
thoir shouldors, thoir clothes lllthy and
torn, woro sot upon by a mob of negro
boys at tho cornor of Fourteenth and
Poplar stroats, who, for a short timo,
mado the neighborhood resound with
obscono and prolano out cries. A nioro
revolting scono was never witnossod, but
all who saw tho wretched boings felt moro
llko plttying than blamine tbom.
Colored Sisters on the War Path.
Thoro was a disgraceful rumpus k'ckod
up in a houso on Fourth streot night bo
foro last botwoon two colorod womon.
Thoro vas a number of porsond in tha
houso at tho timo tho difficulty occurred,
and thoro bolng n scarcity of chairs to sit
on two of tho women ondc&vorod to oc
cupy tho tamo soat nt onco. Ono of tho
womon known as Itiloy, rofused to glvo
up auy portion of tbo chair and Informod
hor colored Hister that if she porsisted in
hor attempt to crowd hor "oil- dat char,"
thoro would bo somebody hurt. Notwith
standing this warning, sister numbor two
persisted and tlnally dislodged
Klloy, and had tho chair all to horsolf.
War was declared, ltlloy demanding an
unconditional surrondur of tbo chair,
which was peremptorily roluied.whoroup
on Itiloy, greatly Inconsod, smacked hor
onomy's mouth. Llko an angered tigress,
numbor two sprang upon her assullant,
who, nothing loth for tho encounter, en
tered spiritedly Into tho contest. Wntor
falls woro snatched away, collars
and gow-gaws woro cruncnoa and
torn, squall and Bquoal arose, and for tho
time contusion reigned supromo. Tho
belligeronts woro tlnally expelled from
tho houso, considerably tho worio for tho
woar, to tho sidewalk, whero, attempting
to talk tho mattor over, tho conflict would
havo boon ronowod but tor tho Intorfor
anco of parties who thought tho light
had gono lar onough. Uloodtng, scratubod
and exasperated, tho combatants wore
taken to their rospectho homes, each
avowing tho solemn purpoeo to whip tho
other "aRin" tho moment sho "clapt hor
eyes upon hor,"
COME AND GONE.
THK TENNESSEE KXOUKSION18T8
HAVK IlKKN HKltK.
THK LARGEST EXCURSION l'AHTY
THAT KVKK VISITED OA1UU.
11001) FEELING AND KINDLY EX
PEKSSIONS ON ALLSIDKS.
Thoy hnvo comn and g"no, tho Tonnos
sao excursionists hnvo ; and though their
stay In the city was vary hnrt wo bollovo
our citizens did everything in their power
to mnko tho visit of our nolghbors ns
pleasant as possibln.
As Is wall-known, tho preparations for
tbo coming of tho Tonnessoeans had boon
going on for sovoral days, and many of
our most prominent and tnfluonllal cltl
zons woro tnkine n Activo part in tho
Night boforo last all tho nrrangomonta
woro porfoctod, nnd tho coming of our
visitors was all that romainod to comploto
Tho stoamor Frank 1. Oracoy, on
which tho nx-urslonists woro to nrrivo,
mado bor itpi.oorancu in tho Mississippi
rlvor opposito illrd's point at n fow min
utes pmt two o'clock, nnd in Bccordanco
with arrangements previously mado, tbo
tugs Montauk and Cscho, which Mossrs.
Ualllday llros. gonerously placed at tho
disposal of tho rommlt'.oo of nrrangc
monts for tho occasion, started down tho
rivor to meet tho Oracay nnd escort tho
oxcursionists to tho landiig. ilev. H. 11.
Thayer, Kov. Mr. WalUr nnd Itov. 0.
Otiorschnor, nccotnpaniod.by a number of
citizonr, wont down on iho Cnih", nnd
Itov. Chat. Gilbert, A7. II. Gilbort, Eiq.
Mr.Thoms, Dr.Smlth ind other gontlcmon
on tho Montauk. Tho .ugs mat tha Gracey
at tho Junction of tho Ohio and .Mississippi
when thogontlomon nlovo namol bonrdod
hor. Thoy woro not long in making
thomsolvos known to tho loadors of tho
oxcurslon party, and tho r03t of tha timo
until tho Oracoy ronchad tho landing was
spont in mutual congratulations and ex
pressions of hopes of futuro friendship.
rHKI'ARIN'O FOR 7I1IJ RECEPTION.
At about tbo samo '.imo tbo tugs loft tho
wharfboat to go dnwr, to moot tho Gracy,
tho I'rcsbytorian church
CELL WAS R1NO,
which was the signal far tho dill'ercnt
Sunday schools, which met nt thoir respec
tlvo churches, to start on tho march to
tho cornor of Tenth stroot und Washing
ton avonuo, whoro lion. John 1. Gamble,
marshal ot tho day, was la waiting. Whon
all tho schools had arrived, tho marshal
formed themin line, and tho
hoadod by tho tilvor cornet band
marched down Tenth ntr :ot to Ohio levee,
tbonco down Iho lovoo It Sixth ptrnot,
whoro the procession nrrived only a fow
minutos beforo tho stoamor
URACEV TOUCIIEU THK W1IARI-.
Aftor considorablo delay the marshals
succooded in forming tho dill'oront schools
In lino, betwocn tho two railroad tracks
along tho outside of tho lovoo. Tbey
woro fortnod in opon rank, tho head of tho
column resting on Sixth stroot uul tho
toot noar Eighth. By tho timo this
ratbor diQloult task was accompl!shed,t1io
READY Til VISEM1IAUK,
and procoedod by Ool. (. W. Day, mar
shal of tbo day of tho visitors, thoy as
condod tho lovoo and niarchel in doublo
fllo through tho ranks of tho Ciiro schools,
and. returning bnullod in froit of tbo
which was oroctud on tho iron railing
around thu windows of the city national
Col. G."W, Day, of lluniiolt, as chief
marshal, with J. Mciinightof tbo samo
placo ns assistant, hail char;o of tho vis
itors, nnd conductod i.iUlri In a most
It would bo impeaibjo to givo anything
liko a corroct estimate of thi numbor of
porsons presont frmi each place ; but
from thoso who hnd chirgo of tho excur
sion wo learn thai thoro was presont
botwoon 1,100 and IVUO perons. llum-
uoii, union i;ny, iruiiton, und mauy
other towns woro roirosunttd..
THE ODD FELLOW'! l'EMAI.T! COLLKOE,
located nt Ilurnbolj turnod out to tbo
numbor of ono hurirod. Thoy also pro
vldod tho eingora rhoso prosonoo nnd
oxcollent singing afdod Co much to tho
onjoyment of tho ocasion. Miss Emma
Amos, professor ol music in Ibo col
loge, presided nt tho organ ut (bo rocop
lion stand, and by Ipr oxquinito playing
and lino cultivated vclco, added no in
significant pvt to tho intorr :sllng exor
cises at tho .acaption.
AT THE C7AND.
Tho progrnwno was n llttla dofoctlvo
just a little aad tho marching,; of tho pro-
cosslon did net nt llrst movo ns smootiiiy
as was dosuablo The tnarahals lound
tho handling of two thoufAnd children an
onerous task; Ut after manuovoring
about lor somo time, inarshnl Gamblo,
who is a prjoossion captain of groat sk ill,
and his very alio assistants, -Messrs.
Webb, Uurnott and Joronuon, got tho
visitors, ontortalnors and, tho spectators
all msssod In front of tho .tand, whon Ibo
bundplayod a medley tuco.
Aftor tbo band bad conoludod, .Marshal
Oamb'.o advancod to tla front of tho
platform and said
Ladies and ( cwn:-Tltoro Is no
picturo any whoro that cm comparo with
tho plcturo boloro us thit nflcrnoon. It
is an animatod picturoono that cheors
tbo ayo nnd makes glvl '.ho hoart,
Friends, In tho language of tho can
vass that bangs ubovu us lioro, wo say :
"Wolcomo to tho Hundiiy school army I
Wo aro glad to seo yai glad, to moot
J saw in a Chicago papor somo t.mo
ago tho assertion tlat socloty l
this country is girdlsd with bunday
schools, and I hope the work that jou
and wo and thu other laborers In this Usld
aro doing will enablo us to say, thu wholo
world is ulrdlod with aueU bcIkniIs.
Again I wolcoinu you, und bg to pro-,
sont Hon. John Wood, tbo mayor of
THE MAYOR llRIKrLY.
Mayor Wood was not in a speech malt
ing humor, and only said! "Allow me,
friends, to Introduce to you Hon. 1). W.
Munn, who has boon soloctcd to tnnko tho
welcoming nddrosi.' '
MAJOR MUKN'A ADDRKIH.
Major Munn, in his loud, cioar voice,
thon said i
SurKRiNrr.SDKNTK.TKACiiBus and Sail
iiatii School bciiOLAns ok Tknnkmkb
and Fkli.owUiti.knm t In my absenco
I was solectod, as tho papers Imvo ln
formed you, to dollver n wolcominc ad
dress to you to-day, I was informod of
thin fact on my nrrlval last night, and
could not determine what I should say;
but, while marchlni: tin hero with tho
toholars of our eovornl Sunday schools, 1
saw upon tho canvass In front of this
building, all of my nddrcss : "Wolcomo
bunday Hchool Armyl'' That Is tnv sneoch
1 havo no studied addross nt command
no proparod sentoncos; but I trlvo to
you tho hoarty wolcomo of our pooplo
tho warm, firm grasp of their friendly
Wo ought, friends from Tonnossce, to
uo moro iiuirnntoiy acquainted with each
other to be better frlonus. Four croat
states, Tennesson, Illinois, Missouri, and
Kentucky boro como Witothor in closo
fellowship, and their lntorosts commor
cinl and political, aro tho samo. Tenn
cssoo and Illinois, your stato nnd our stalo
aro frionds, and in particular
aro tho business Interests of
tho country you roprcsont and
thoso of this city tho samo. Tboroforo
wo nro glad to tea and moot you, and for
othor rontons. Wo aro L'lad to meet you
bocaufo wo know wo shall liko vou, and
allow mo Immodestly to say that I bollovo
you win liko ut; wo nro a good imtured
clevor pooplo; wo ra'iy not convinco you
oi tins to-day, imi n you win some oi-
tcnur wo will convinco you. I havo no
doubt, you wilt II lid us to bo
tint wo aro a wholcsoulcd pooplo.
Wo havo not a groat city
to show you; nnd tho
lnimorou.lv inclined havo loklncly inti
mated that tho uroatist display wo can
now mako is our water privileges. It bns
bcon euld that a nowspapcr olllco of thi
citv has boen full of water lor a month
and that tho editor, although unfamiliar
with tho lluld almost a stranger to it
has actually survived this iulliction
Tho major nt this point smilingly
gacd back of tbo stand when his oyo lull
iiut my inoridi, inuoponaeni oi ou
business relations, moro is n caus
which sakoi us brethren. Wo havo
common religion, the same lliblo,tho same
Uod, tbo sumo destiny, tho sanio result to
labor for Tho cause in wnicn wo strug
clo takes from tho pockot it is true; but I
enables us to lay up treasures in iiuavo
nbanUlnul will nonor our cuucks I
tho great heroalter. It may bo thoro aro
among tuo banu oi uunaay ecnooi scuoi.
ars I eeo around mo, orphans, monoyluis
ami with a dark futuro in thi
world epreadinr; out beforo thorn
but tbov need not dospair. Tho hsavon
to which thev aro beini: lod knows noth
inc of orphanngo or of poverty. Thoro
tho houeoloss of this world will etan
equal with tbo Rothschilds, it indeed
thov shall bo found tbore.
Mv friond spoko of a picture. Th
6Cone is Indeed a t-rand picture so many
ot the religious pcoplo of two groat states
of tho Union mingling togcthor
on an occasion like this. 1 look upon
it with ploasuro, and I bid you
God epood in your labors. Ycu nro
working for n union rnoro valuable than
tho union of thoso statos tho union of
mankind in tho land that lies on tho
other sldo of tho mystical river, whoro
tho music will bo grander than earthly;
musio and carui nnd strife will bo known
Again I givo you a hoarty wolcomo to
A quarlotto ot eingora from tho Hum
bolt cnllego thon eung with, much spirit
tho splondid hymn entitled "Tho lloautl
ful Edon." Wo nro almost euro tho sing
ors had not in thoir minda tho fact that
Dickens narnod Cairo Kdon tho Klen of
HON. M. W. B 11. HIT'S SI'EUCH.
Mayor "Wood thon introducod lion. S.
W.Sharp, ofllurnbolt, who spoko as fol
Ladies and Gentlemen of Cairo :
I appear boforo you on behalf of my
pooplo to acknowledge tho kind welcome
you havo oxtondod to us. "Wo aro flat
tered by your prosenco, and doligbtod by
your kindness. Wo havo come to seo
you becauso wo liko you, und wish to bo
como bottor acquainted with you. As your
spoakor has said thu pcoplo of our ro
spoctivo soctlons should bo bartily united
Wo aro ono in fooling now,
ono in intorost, and ono in
suiitimcnt. Tennoseoo is tho
older stato and sho thorotoro
pays to you tho llrst visit, and will bo
pleased to havo It returned.
AVo havo been told by Col. Munn that
you aro a good-natured, clevor pooplo.
ilo need not havo told us that. Wo know
you as such boforo wo woro told. You
carry your cbaractor on your faces. He
must havo thought us dull, to bollovo wo
would not rocognlsso good peolpc whon
wo mnt thorn.
This mooting togethor will return good
results. Such comminglingsof tbo pooplo
of tho north nnd south do moro than leg
islation can do far moro to bridge over
tho bloody chasm that hat kept them too
You livo in nn ombryo city, dostinsd to
bo a great ono, and our pooplo wish to
know you. Somo of your citizens aro
now living with us, nnd wo regret wo
havo not moro of you.
Hut I was told by tho committoo that
tho chairman would bold up bis index
flngor, when I had consumed throo min
utes, as a signal to stop. That llngor is
up now, but I will say a word moro. Wo
wish you to como and seo u I promiio
you n hoarty woi:omo. And now lot mo
concludo by oxprossing our dosiro for ono
flair, ono country and ono peopio now
honcoforlh and forovor.
Mayor Wood Ihon announcod that tho
procosiion would raovo to tho custom
houso undor tho direction of tho marshal
of Cairo und tho Humbolt marshal.
Tho procession was accordingly formod
and tho long lino wended Its way up tho
lovoo to Eighth, down Eighth to Com.
morclal, up Commercial to Fourtoonth,
along Fourtoonth through tbo custom
houso yard to Washington, down Wash
ington to Sixth, up Sixth to tho loveo and
on to tho boat.
Anil to tho oxcursionists dopartod with
llio good wishes of thoir Cairo frion ds.
JubT rccoivod, a lino lot ot oxtonslon
laiUlom, unrdun boos, rukoi", etc., etc., at
ut D. ATtor i
at D. Artor ,
GERMAN SCHOOL PICNIC.
MONDAY, May 20th.
Vocal and Instrumental music all day
concluding in tho uvonlng with a ball.
All friends of tho school aro Invited. A
good timo anticipated. Admission to tho
runds, 20c. Children freo.
05.G-23.2t The Committkk.
TH03K WHO SOUTH JUSTICE IN
THE OIltCUlT OOUUT YES
Clhi V1T COURT MAY TERM, 1871 FIFTH
Judgo 1). .1. Ilakor; Sheriff A. II. lrvln;
Clork, R.8. tecum, and 1'. II. l'opo,
Uounty Attn may.
David Laschca, indicted for tho mur
dor ol Glllain Jones on tho outskirts of
tho city somi threo months aco. was
brought into court, and plead guilty to
tho chargo ot manslaughter. Sontenco
Henry ltunnor was ngaln In court nnd
plead not guilty to tho chargo of tnurdor
of which ho stands charged. No timo
has bcon fixed for his trial but it Is suro
It will not como off nt this term of Iho
Goo. Johnson, tried on Wednesday for
burgulary, and found guilty was trough
up for sontenco. Ha has contracted to do
sovon years sorvico for tho statu.
Charlio Williams, (colored.) Drunken
Chralio will bo tried this morning for
stealing a lot of enrpontor's toots from Jim
K. Fllhti Morris and John Williams, fo
stealing u lot of rnoal chocks from th
person of rno Unas, rlinn, woro
nrralngcd nnd pload not guilty to th
chargo. Thoy will probably havo a hoar
Edwood Wright and David Clark
colored, woro arraingod for stealing a lot
of clothing, shirts, etc, from Albort
Andrews, a boarder at Dan Miller's, Com
ineroial avenue, noar Sixth streot. Clark
pload guilty, and will probably bo
sodtencod to-day. Wright plead not
V3f Lot's all go to the German school
picnic nt School's gardon on Monday,
May 15tb. OC fi.'J3..2t.
A fumlshod'houso, No. 30, Thirteenth
street. Apply to Mrs. Kato Sunduskv.
Tf.n puinds of brown sugar for tl ;
pounds best colluo sugar at 1, 3 pounds
of choico butter at $1; baking powdor 45c
por lb ; Imperial tea at 1 1 ; potatoes 30
cents per peck; 3J lbs colfeo SI, at Wilcox's
lllock. 107 2.Mm.
A now houso containing threo rooms
nnd sldo porch, two good lots, cistern
and stable. Tho property Is situatod on
Twonty.flrst stroot betweon Walnut and
Cedar streots. For further particular,
inqulra on tbo promises. 31G.7.1m
Tak)U up by tho subscriber, out of the
river it tho point on tho Illinois sboro, a
black Indian pony, wbito spot In fore
head. Tho owner can havo It by proving
property and paying charges. John Cox,
"0-fi-l 7-3t Kentucky Forry Landing
ICE ORKAM PARLOR.
T. II. EI1U, at tho Arlington houso,
horeliy nnuouncos that ho has sponod an
ico cream parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tho accommodation of tho public.
I'umilios suppllod. All orders promptly
attended to. 71-5.17-tf
HOl'rjE FOR RENT.
Iho two story brick houso cornor of
Twontieth and Poplar streets. Is for rent
at a low prico. Tho houso is now, with
good storo room on llrst floor and dwell
ing up stairs. Knquiro at tbo Accommo
dation houso, No. 83 Ohio lovoo.
C5-G-13-12t It. E. White
For the next ton days 1 wilt oilor for
salo tho stock of goods in storo, No. 120
Commercial avonuo, at loss than cost, and
all thoso wishing books, stationery, brack
ets, plcturo frnmcs, mouldings, wrapping
paper, etc, should call early us everything
must bo sold Immediately.
Assignee of H. A. Hannon.
DOGS I DOGS !
Notico is hereby given that on and
nfturJuno 1st, all dogs and sluts found
running at largo will bo killed by mo, or
undor my dlroction, unlosB tho requirod
tax Is paid on tbo eamu.
1 will rocoivo dog tax on nnd after
May 22nd at tho city clorks olllco.
Wm. MoIIalk, City Marshal,
Iloraco A. Hannon, having this day
mado an assignment to tho undorHigncd
for tho equal bonoUt of !hls croditors, nil
persona having claims against him, nro
ueroby notinod to presont tho same for
adjustment, and all porsons indobted to
said Hannon aro notified to call and mako
settlement, or I shall proceod tocolloct by
suit. IIyron F. Ulakk,
Asilgneo of Horauo A. Hannon.
Cairo, Ills., May 20. 00 5.21.31
O. 0. liodon, Director of Conservatory
of .Music, and Teacher of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction glvon in
ull striugod and wind Instruments. Elo
montary principlos, thorough bass, bar.
mony and counter point. Unprecodontod
inducements ofl'orod. Thoso wishing to
sccuro his eorvicos will plouso apply at
thu Conservatory of MubIo cornor of
Twiilfth stroot und Washington avonuo.
1'liuioH tiiimd and ropairod.
Socond-hand clotbing,'watcho, jowolry,
pistols, &c, bought and sold, Also a lot
Urussels' carpot, furniture, tls., for salo.
Upposilo Cairo and Vlnconnos railroad
dopot. 188 2.27-lf M. Coyne
The Monitor. For tho Monitor, tho
host coal Cook Stovo evor mado or tho
Athlon, tbo champion wood Cook of tho
West, go to A. Halloy's, 108 Washington
avenue near lontu eiroci.
For Stoves, TInwaro,loilotwaro, steam
cooking vossols, broilers, bird cages, Ian
erns, guto springe, gato hinges, tablo and
pockot cutlory, llutlng Irons. Also for
roofing, guttors and spouting, go to A.
Halley'B, 168 Washington avenuo, noar
Tontb stroot. 6ti 1-17-ltn.
Why Miss Anna, whoro didyou get
that nico hat? At Mrs. Hull.' Mil
llnery storo, cornor of Washington av
onuo and Kiovcntn sirooi. no nas ino
latest fashions, and tho nicest and cheap
est bats that over camo to Cairo.
Health and Pure v ater. Persons i
waotlng cistorns ropairod or new ones I
built can bo accommodated In a satisfac
tory tnannor by calling on tho under
signed on Cross itrcot, or by addrosslng
box 670, P. O., or by loavlng word at city
clork's olllco. J. S. Hawkins).
R. Smyth & Co. Oilor for salo fiO.OOO
old cigars, which they will soil cboap nnd
guarantee to bo good tobacco and smoke
well. Wholosalo from $15 to $30 per
1,000; retail, two to five cents each. Ono
thousand pounds fino smoking tobacco in
ono and ono and n half pound paokagos.
Thoy nlso havo 10 barrels ood vinegar; 3
platform counlor acales, and ono patont
coal oil can, which tbey will soli at a bar
MiLLi.vr.RY. Mrs. Iiogartb &. Co. do
siro to call tho attention of tho ladies of
Cairo and vicinity to their display of mil
Unary und fancy goods. Having secured
tbeservlcos of ono of tho best trlmmors
in tbo West, thoy fool confident that tbey
can suit tho most oxaoting taste. Dresa
making done in tho latest styles on short
notico. Prices reasonable. A call is re
spectfully solicited, No. Ill Commorcla
avenue, ono door south of the popular
dry goods store of J. liurgor. 74-4.2 Mf,
.Millinery. Mrs. Jackson, formorly
Mrs. Swander, is now on band with tho
chcapost stock of Millinery In Cairo
Sbo has lowered her houso even with the
sidewalk to givo tbo ladies an easy en
trance and has lowored hor prico to givo
them all a chanco to buy a beautiful spring
hat or bonnet and anything elso in her
lino that they may want. Her atoro is
now ono of the most attractive, as it has
long bcon one of tbo cheapest places In
town to buy. ian ana seo nor nnu do con
vinced. 18 6-3-1 w
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Cairo, May 10, 1874.
Notice. Tbo firm of D. Uartuian &
Co. has boon dlisolvod this day by mutual
August W. 0tkrloii,
S. A. Silver,
R. U. Cunningham. S3 20-tf
Cairo, May 1C, 1874.
I havo this day sold out all my interest
in tho firm of D. Unrtman &. Co., to D,
Hartman, and all dobts duo tbo firm will
bo settled by D. Hartman.
Aluust W. Osterioh.
11. H. CUNNINOIIAM. 87-0.20-tf
KKAX, KJSTA IE AUESfJY.
John Q, Ilarnun.- Qut.Tlioil'
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
And Land Agents of the Illinois Central and
llurllngtoii and .MUourl It. R. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levco,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Ileal Estate Agents,
71 Omo Lkvkk, (Second Floor,)
liny and Sell It 10 A I, USTATK. Pay TAXES,
Kiirnlhliua AlMratts of Title.
Oiiociiswnro, t'liinn, GliiSMvnro, Hock,
ciiliiim nnd Yellow Wnre, .Stoiicwnro,
China Ornament!) and Toys, Fancy
Good's, Plalcihvaro, Tallin nnd
Pockot Cutlery, Lampi, Limp
Looking Glosses, elc.
In fact eery kind of goods belonging to a
For tho next sixty days I will oner the
above goods nt und below cot, for cash onlv.
Tho goods must bo sold to closo tho concern.
Ciotu biiveis uro especially Invited, either to
cr.mo and seo for themselves or send thoir
order, In either ciso I guarantee satisfaction
J. T. THOMAH.
Assignee of Purson, Davlj & co.
Oilao, 111., April 15, 187L
DAiMKL LA Ml'EllT
T-X A I E DBB8SET?.
Slilr.li Street, between Washington mid