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THE GAIRO BTJLLETIIsr, nVEOHI H3.
Tim fnnlii slonmirs leafo Culm
on Ihn ilnys (intl n( th hours litlow.lisniMl
TA LISM AN, Every Monday nt fi p.m. ;
TYISONE, Every Thursday, nt f p.m.
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, tit R p.m
Kor KrMght or I'lmsago apply on hoaril, or In
IIKSOS is MALI.OHY,
iHiiaitiif 7.i oiiio i.i:vi:i:.
DAILY I'ACKKT. rfljsa
The beautiful ami Unlit ilraiijtht steamer
IIOIINKV H.1tr.lI:r Jlmlir,
f.'-srei Cnlrri daily at 3 p.m., nj) I'adiirah dally
al'Ja.tn, Jlavinjt superior svx'cuiiniolftti'ins she
Mii'lta puWIc patronage.
4 KTIirit W"AIM.WAH,ltir
Ix. I,, I'hyslclun nnd Accoucheur, (or
inorly i.l Anna, I'nlon t'u, Illinois, has pinna
nnt.j IvutMl iti cly. OKI'lti: Ciiinmrrrirl
Annuo, Intnion Mil Mil I'lli Uriel Wist snlo.
1 XV. IHLVMXU, .H. I. Kc-
vy IDKNCK-Cornrr Ninth and Walnut
"li"irj:-Uurnr With Street nn i Ohio Uu
ol'WCK JIOL'IW-Krom 9 a.m. t. II tn., snl
WiLi.iIsf il. s.TTrrli.M. i
llK.HIii:.Vcr-No. 21, Thirteenth !.
Heen Washington Aenu and Walnut hlroe
If f'C !! -l.'ft t'omeiclal Ao iiiir, ii r iik
HVAitTlviiKj .n."i., :i.7r7
UiyiIiKNCr.-Cnrnr of Nineteenth el.,
mkI Wii.iigtn e. ilKKJt'j; On Cominoriisi
,oof lh l'oit3l!ii', OKK1CK Vilt'les
from ln in to 14 in, i-uoiUt- riTpipili ami
f r m x lu J in.
OMec, Commercial Atomic
timet lluurs, Hlo 10 n in , A. t loll ii.in.
JhsUence, No. H, Ninth streft, Olrolll.
4 1. 1- e . n v i. k i: v A
William J. Alien, )
John II. Hulkey. J
Hausucl 1. Wlieclsr)
Particular Mtni'fon pil luiin rnnd ixlmirslty
OSTIs llooina tfc k Mliiler'e lllork.
ArrOKNKYS ANI COUXSKI.l.OUS AT
eVslllaaa If. (Jeeeu, )
IIIIbm It. (Jlllierl, J. I'AIIIO, II.I-
M ll. '. UlllM-rl, )
ktirntion jcurn In AJmirklljr tt, 1 Uiroin
KMc an Ohio (.. Itoom 7 anil
otcr 'lly Mallmml llnnk.
, AT Till: .
Cairo City Book Bindery
1 'irpril In
M nnfartnrr Itlank HnoU mill tin nl
klMda of Hook llluitlUK anil RiiIIiik
7H Ohio Iev!tt,
- - ILLINOIS
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
OOI! WOOIK! WOi;S!J
Tin un4nlgnrJ mill fiimldi
Hard and Dry Wood
Aa Cheap, If not Cliraprr
i.un riny wood-lpalfr In I'jlru. l.i-vo nriliri" l
i nn Poti.ntlicn mill at lliu curn. r ul Uili tiltvn ninl
HVhlntou AMiiiif. I mi ooi uiiiiri' hi.iI
uillrorU Hi" unoil ! IKNMf 1IAI.M.
I Vl fUHfy J.'ii.l. )7I
Is jiri'pari'J to iN liver tlm I'fft
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
Inimy part of (ho rily, In nn nunntlly iloinsl,
nn thorl notice.
Coal Dt'llvcrcil at $1 50 lcr Ton.
OKr'H'K-Om Ilpfrrt, Ortli A Co.'n lnvi
lon, twoiloarn lmo tlu vornor of KiKhthtifft
kii'I Oiimmori'liU ntrnuo. ilnciiit
T1IK NEW AXU FASIIIUXAULi:
Shaving & Hair Dressing
Ihiuiw nn Id tlm i'Iiuoii.gI (Uirn. WaiMus,
n iilCMclfaiifcihme, ami ll:ilr CiitliiiKcnn Im li:t,t
IlttlrurUXXo. 10 OlliMlri'it.
, Inni pre parcel In tin nil klnJi nf r.jamenUI
',, . ohKuarili nnil limjelctii.
.Ilr IirexliiK ilmie in tlm latent nml IxhI t)lca,
I will Ka to Hm lion -. cif llio.o iiniililnliirniiiato
Call on Me.
f GEORGE m i:i.iii.si:
Cor. 8th St. and ConiBtcrclnl av
IX Till: PEIIUY HOUSE I
Nharp Riiiiis, (.'least Towel 411 d Skill,
I.mlleii' unj ClilMren'K Hair Cut and 8hnniiooiivi
either at tlio shop or
AT Tit HI It OWN IIOMKS.
(lonllonien'it Wlilskermiixt Hmr lyfJ Ina hclen
titUi maumr, "U'l tatiHf.iCllonuuiiiaiitreil,
" m or Wiii ""
l'l.nut:- Uliolco J'nmily I-Mour in i
li.iir bbl., nck Ac., for fulo nt tlioKgyi
lull Mill". uu
Foit jilitol nml cnrtrldgon nml bowlo
knlv!, K' 'Hrcoi to 1. NollV, So. 70 Ohio
I'ANo. Tlm Docker lirolhcm anil
A. Hiiiiincr iiiiii(i urn In lire, nnil rocoin
tiioiKitti ny urn iol iniiKlcliiii". I iiev nro
tbo but nml t'lipiiivit. Tliotu desirous to
piirclinsc, cull on .1. C. Cnr.on, nyont, No.
128 Coniiiiertinl Avunuo. mcli'iltf
CiiiMiiin.N'xiilctiiri'j fhouM bo tnkin In
tlm formiuon. 1'iircnti tlioubl roniumbcr
tlili, in It U iiionj to tliolr IntoroH tlinn
Wortlilii"toir, ovir Itoclavcll .V Co.'t
Hook Ktori). inoliStf
'anti:;;. ?:,())) on five vwirV tiinp.
for wliiob it fnlr rnto of Intermt will bo
I mid mill u mortjjngi) on tinIiiciiiiiUrcl
rcul otnto fjlvun for ncctirlty. DiHjuIro -it
IIim.ktin OlHcc, orndilre I. (), Drnwcr
I I TO, Cairo, I llinoi. itichTilAw.'lm
Fan Y (Sfintii. Attention i inlloj to
tliu stock of furicy cwU mill olilmi ty
oM ut prlroA to nit tin; timfju. nlio, ilnllur
urtlcle. ut the iJollnr .Store.
Cnllnl K. II. OiwuM ,V i k oM MhikI
on Coiiitiiorcinl Avtinii". mltf.
To MV I 'AT KONb. A it It my ItiUn-
lion to Knit for iny Spring flock nt an
nrly day, I with nil ioin l;nouiii
tlicnui'lvc. Iinli.litcil to mo for tjoodr pur-clinn-d
prior to .Iniiunry, 1 f-T 1 . tu chII hihI
ottlo tht-ir bill, tf ' Mii. .Mi(!HK.
Skwimi Maiiiim:.. 'Vhute WHiitinir
Sewing MncliiiiM hbould rinnilr tbut
Wheeler A: Wilon' nro the botl In ue.
They lire uniurpitin! fur li(hl nuiiilnif.
I hey will out-ware ny In ttp. Call nntl
J. C. CAISSON, Agent
iu7tf. 12-, Cwn. A venue.
iKvouwitntn gooil, rtvlifh nnd wall
tilting null of clothe, tnndu to nnlr, ihi
mtgo to 1'. Neir, No. 70 Ohio Luvva
OwiA.VK. .Smith Amorlcnii Organ
give Mjrfrct ittiifaetiun to nil. (,'nll hm!
.I.C. CAISSON. Agent.
No. I!1, Coinmorelal Avoliue.
Clo.lny Out Salt-.
Twenty-live thotnand dollnn worth of
rendy-mnde clothtni;, hat, rnjx, lxot,
hooi, trunks nnd vnle4ti nn- olfunil for
nlo by 1'. Nell", 70, Ohio I.veo, at AC-
Tl'A L COST I'ISICILS, It being hl;lnteti.
tlon to cloo out In that line, and omUirk
xcliislvely and tnoro xiermvniy in tlio
furntihlng good nnd merchant tailoring
1 hi! cIimIii out h1o lunililuH uu oiiiKir-
tunity to ncouru olothlng clxiqxjr tlinn over
beforo oll'tirvd in thi. market.
.loINoN On xtv Am. IIioiit. The
County Court of Johnson county hn ac
cepted tho "plan " of tb C. is V. IS. IS.
director;, und li. ordervd th bonds of
that county to bo issued nnd plncod in tho
hands of ii triistoo on tho noudition that
work tlull bo commcneod by .May 1st.
Tho Vienna Arlny "goosoll" over this
fact, und shouts :
" lliizzub ' Wo cxpocl to onii beur tho
conductor shout: Yicn.va! Fiftwn min
utes for plo! All aboard for Viiicinim',
Indliimipnlif ami New York! Whoop!'
Hut all countbis havo not county courts
like tint', of Johnson, and tbl fact may de
feat tl o project and delay tho construction
of th.t road for many year.
oitiiKns at .M.Mtrii. Worthlnglon or
dcrit overylMHly und their ehlldreu tn
march to hi now l'hotographlo Art (ial
br'. nml livivo tluilr monsiirit for onp or
mow doxen of hi now Imitation porcelain j
ard photographs, made only ut his gul
lory. Tho lino of niurolulioiildcouiuienen
about G o'clock it. in., und continue up till
Folt sale oroxchangi', oOO acre of choice
land in J'ranklln county on tho contem
plated lino of railroad from St. J.vu' to
Kvnnsvllle. 1 will oxehango for Cnlro
propertv. C. OI.OSK.
fob Hd I in.
Fop. Sam:. A two-story framo house,
with u atoro room xtippliod with sholvcs
on tl.o lower lloorj go)d oUtoru, located
on Commercial n venue, lietweou Nine
tcontli und Twontleth street, oonr tho
Now Hook' store. This property will bo
told chcip, us tho owner lives out of tho
city. For further particular apply nt this
Aft'Tios. I will oiler for alo ut ll:o
resldencoof Mrs. Slack, corner Soveiah
and Walnut treots, on Friday, .March
17th, nt 'J o'clock ii.ui., a largo asiortmont
of household and kitchen furniture, con
tiding of bedsteads, bureaus, boddlng,
wash stands, center tables, sofas, lounge',
carpets, stofes, and kitchen utensils, etc.
Snlo without reserve.
marlO-Ot DAX. 1IA1ST.V.AN.
KEEl' IT JIEFOltE THE l'EOl'LK
That l'utor Noli; No. 79 Ohio lovee, is
closing out bis largo nnd woll-sclectcd
stock of clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps,
trunks nml valises, at nml
nt: 1.0 w rosr.
It is his purpou to embark moro exton-s-lvely
In tho inorchant ttlloring nnd fur
nishing goods business henco tho deslro
to closo out thi) stock above enumerated,
Y0UX MKX'S CHIUSTIAX ASSOCIA
llfiorlrcir 17 (I, nnil I I. clou of Olll
rrri for IH1 1,
'I'lio niuuinl meeting of tlio Y. M. U. A.,
wm liebl nt tli cl r rootiM on Monday own
ing, March 13, 1871. After tlio tutial
opfjiiint; exorcise, tlio Diivollonnl Com
mittco reported that during tho year just
DKVOTIOIfA J. M KKTI.VfW
bad Icon sustnlncd bynn uvorngo nttend
uneo of llftoun poMon. Tho
was next In order, by which it win hown
tit nt tlio receipt from lecturut and nn
ntial dues for tbo past year amounted to
Hul.mco In Treasury
Tho report of tb"
was thon protented nnd ncted upon, after
which, in pursuance of it motion by IScv.
Krud, K. Thomon, It win ordered tbut a
xynopiii of thu proceeding! of IhU meet
ing bepubllOied in tho city jtapen of Wed
Tlio n nn ion of
TWK.Ni v-rofi: I'Kii'O.vs
were then proposed for mcmberthl), after
which tin1 ni-oclntion proccoded tn tint
oloctlon of olllcor for tlio ensiling yrar,
which resulted in follow :
'ttuttntU. 1'. I'nr'OH :
VUfl'rt$x,ttnt.. AV. Htillwull;
Trntwrrr.l. W. Stownrt!
iJurrtfiiHiti!i S'trctaryWifv. Fred. I..
lltrortl'my Srerelnrf ltmilin Vocuin.
Tlm lioard for tlm eimulng year k'.iuidi
M. .'. (V,rv,-W. F. .MnKoc mid .1. 11.
I'rrtbHlfr'uin i.'lmrfh. Oeo. Fl'her, .1.
Christian Chttrtli. S. IS. liny, (1. M.
llajtM CliHrtl.'. Oitmblo
I.'iIkojhi! ('hitfh. II. II. Cnndep, Dr.
The report of tho IScoording .Secretary,
referred to above, Is us follow :
.Mil. I'MiMiMiNT: About the first of
February, 1870, 11 few young men four
or llvo lu number principally membors
of the l'res-bylerlau Church whom hearts
had been warmed into new life nnd energy
In the entile of thu Mastur ty tho spirit of
uwiikentng which bad muiiltotud itself In
that congregation during tbo provlous
moiitb, began seriously and earnestly t
advocate tho formation and establishment
of a Yiung Mfiis Chrls'.Iiin Association
in ur city. To Ibis cud, tho Christian
young min und older 0110 nearly nil
innlo iiKinlx iJ of tho varionichurelios
wero consulted individually upon tho
mattur. Hut whUo tho words of 1I1U self
orranir.ed commlTtec fell with favor upon
overy CbrlstiHnJionrt while ovcry 0110
saw the necessity of Itlcb nil organisation
In our mid . -b".il f-w could sc tho psl
bility of Its ucful establishment few
could lllevo tnat tbo tlmo hud indeeil
come In tho bUtory of Cu iro for such n
noblu stride forwurd in tlm rauo of tha
right in the cmisu of the Hletsed Matter.
Tho hi. tor y of tho past, tho failure of
kindreil project-, waa too froth in thu
minds of all to allow tl.o belief thntthls
one rould be sueeesn fully curried forwurd.
So strong wero those linpres.luin
that thl ettort on thu part of these young
men bnde fair to die in Its Infancy. I'ro
Idi-ntinlly nt this critical tlmo, I Iro. Robert
WeideiiHillot tho Young .Men's Chrlntinn
Assooiatlou of Omaha, und agent for tho
loiing .Men National Atsociution, who
was making a lour through various cities
for the eatablishment of new associations,
visited Cairo. At bU suggestion a now
meeting forconsultntion was called, und,
on ftiibbsth nttornoou, ! obrimry -0, IHiO,
llftocn perrons meet nt tho l'rejbyterlan
Church, lu thu record of that meeting
tho following statement N inado. "After
llro. Wcldcnsall had briefly stated his
views of tho work to bo done here, and
after other brethren had stated their
' view and wbhes, on motion of
I ISvv. C. II. Footo it was unanimously
, agrceil that we do now resolve ouriolve
into tno lnf.vii .iH.x s 1. nniMiA.s .wo-
1 lATIoN !) ('.MltO.
Thrroupon ISev. F. yi. Vantreeso was
unpointed temporary chairman, llro. Goo.
Hteos wero appointed
1 miur ieioorur cuerniur, iiuu mo-cum-
mittens wero appointed. On tn draft con
stitution nnd by -laws, tho illicr to I'oliclt
I Many present cxpressod tho belief that
: tlie.-ealeps wero too rapid; that, In tho.ln
' fancy of tho association, such obligations
I n would necessarily bo placed upon in by
I the adoption of a couitlttitlon, such us
other unelatlons wero governed by, would
Involvo u weight und expense which wo
could not eurry or meet and would there
fore endanger the life and future useful
ness of tho iissoclutlon
It was then unanimous! v uureed that.
whilo it wns necessary In adopt tho pres
ent formjif constitution, iVc, for futuro
government, wo comply with its provi
ioiis only as wo hud tlio power and abili
ty; and if any 0110 lia been led to im
agine that the project bus been a failure
because such rctults as are designated by
the constitution nro not yet apparent, tho
answer is bore: Wo havo succeeded In all
that wo proposed ut tho outset, und nt tho
close of tho llrstyear nro further advanced
than wo anticipated wo should bo. Our
membership has Increased from lo tool),
Our weekly devotional ineottng havo
been well sustained, and much good h tu
It Is undoubtedly truo with this associa
tion as with nil other, that tho member
ship bus not exerted itself us it might, nnd
that, with greater ollbrts, greater results
might havo been attained. This will al
ways bothucase, and cannot discouriigu us
now. It may, and 1 hope It will, exhort
us to greater dllllgciico in tho dlsuhargo of
Tho committees of tho association have
been more or less active, but havo mudo
few und monger roporU, so that I cannot
present it full account of their workings,
1 will say.Jliownvor, that tho nature of tlio
doty of two nt least of tho committee "Do
1 votlonal ' nnd "Visiting" is euch as to
make a written report almost imposslblo.
Tho latter Is the standing committee to
solicit membership, to visit nnd instruct
thoso in need of religions ndvleo and sym
pathy, mid In bring to tho knowledge of
other committee! such cases lis may need
tl o kind olllees of tho association. Such
duty U of delicate character nnd ditUoult
Tho iiioH ueiivo commitleo lint neon inui
, on lectures und statistics In tho Hoard of
' Directors, nnd this 0110 has failed in part.
j of its duties, owing to tlio fact tbut It is nl
moit impossible, in thi! city to gather tho
statistic! required by tho provisions of tho
t In providing for n series of lectures, nnd
making them u financial success, this com-
, mittco has been enorgutlc, dl. erect and
j faithful, nnd deserves tho praise und com
mendation of the association nnd nil who
wero benefitted by those lectures.
' Thu monthly meeting has not been sus
tained ns 11 should hnvubcan, which is 0110
hindcrnnco to tha advancement of tho In
terests of tho iiMoclatlon. This mooting, If
rightly conducted, Is 0110 of Its brightest
fcutures, and next to tho prayer meeting Is
its greatest instrument for good. It failed
In tho put year, partly becauso of neglect
of duty In part of tho comniittoo on "pub
lic meetings but nioro especially becnuso
the membership allowed other entertain
ments, which, unfortunately occur
red frequently . on our meeting
ovenlnL'. to draw them uwuv;
A and hero 1 would suggest, to avoid such
results in luturn, tlio constitution to mn!n
to provide, that If tho monthly meeting be
disturbed on tho 2nd Monduy evening of
tho month, It wilt be held on thu .Monday
From tho report of tho Treaiurer wo
havo scon that tho financial condition of
thufoclctyl! goodijalthough tho past year
hni involved somo expenditures nnd risks
which will not occur again.
And now having presented nn account
of our stewardship tor 0110 year having
shown that with littlo moro than tire
counteiiunco of the public, wo havo held
on with determination, and through Cod's
help luvo inndo our association n success,
wo ask nil in this community, who have
the public nood who uro anxious to up
hold nn Institution which has for its ob
ject tho Kvatigcllzatlon of our city and it!
redonipllonfrom tho thraldom ofKIng Al
cohol mid his devotees, to lend n helping
hnnd In overy convenient wny. Talk for
u work for us help us.
Already is the nssoclatnn known abroad
nnd its working! favorably commented
upon by the press of other cities. Hut
while its Inllueiico abroad will work nnd
Is worxlng good for our city, Its elferts
hero among us I better still.
It h uniting und strengthening tho
membership of tho various bodlc nnd
making them moro cil'ectlvo for good. It
stands between tho world and tho church
liken connecting link ono step nearer, it
rcuches mi much further nut into tlio world
of (In to re.-liilin tho erring It is tbo eye
which is continually upon tho young tn'on
of tho community to reprove, persuade,
instruct, und lead them by gentle menus to
"love tho thing which they now hate, und
to bato thu thing, which thoy now love. '
Such Is Its object, liod has blixsci Our
efforts In thu piut we pray for his bless
ing in the future.
(loon Ni:w. The Cairo is VInconncs
lSallroud will bo built In certain contin
gencies, but tho fact is' that F.lliott A: 1 1 ay
thorn nro now receiving their spring stock
of mens , womens', misses', boys' nnd chil
li rem shoes in overy stylo nnd of all va
rieties. Thco goods will bo sold ul thu
lowost ruji pritc,
Wc ask nil of our old and new patrons
to call and examine our stock nnd nscer
lulu our prices, but wo wish It to bo dis-
tinst'.y understood that wo wnnt tuih ens-
tuntr. No other kind need npplv. Tho
credit system has played out with 11 , and
to nvoid mistakes that cranio ill will nnd
troutle we havo concluuou to allow no
goods to be taken out nf tho store on trial
unless they nrc first paid for.
Dowllng, who was lined by Squlro
Shaunessy, a few days ago, was "not per
mitted to run ut largo without paying his
fine or securing it, ns stated lu thu" Hull. ,
tin. Ilo gavo uuijilo security and, in leas
than forty-olght hours paid tfio amount in
Tin: Hri.l.tTl.v f aid that Dowllng had
been permitted to "run at largo" alur ho
bad paid tbo costs nml before ho hud paid
tho line, without giving tho bond required
bytho ordinances. On tho day of the. publi
cation of tbl m!crtlon, we were shown a
note from 11 gentleman to Squire
Shannessy, saying, In substance, "I will
sco that Dowllng pays his fine by Satur
day,' Wo know tbo gentleman's word to
bo ns good n bis bond, but wn Insist that
11 nolo to a I'olicoMuglttr.ito Is not u bond
to tho citv ; nml, since tho ordinances re
quire n bond In double tho amount of tho
line and cost', n bond in that amount
should havo been taken. Tho lino, tho I'oprr
says, was paid within forly-olght hours.
This promptitude was oseadono l by tho
publicity which had liecu given to tho
allnir. If it was not, then wo havo shot
far wide of tho mark and must concludo
that it was paid promptly becau.o Dowl
lng wanted to get tho "bluted nll'nir" oil'
his mind, nnd found u place whore he
could obtain thu balance which was due.
Foit Sam:. -I will sell my house and lot,
situated on Washington avenue, wotido,
between lib nnd fith streets, Cairo, Ills
Tho house is 11 two story frame, lliiMicd
throughout, und contains eight rooms, con
veniently arranged, Cidoru, outhouse, etc.
Terms easy. JOHN S1I I IK I IAN.
lxpoiiMAiuiN' Wantkh, of my mil
J.(i. Hunt, who arrived in Cairo on the
steamer ' .Mary Willis'' tho llrst week In
December last. He was "'J years old, of
medium size, light complexion light brown
hair, wore whUkers, had a cut on tho
upper sido of tho left foot. Ho had with
him (porhups) 11 largo oval trunk i-on-tainlng
mostly book nnd papers &e. If
any pqrson can glvo any Information of
him nllvoor doud, be will coufem great
favor on his nlllicted parents by address.
Ing 'Williuui Ilunl, F.urokn, Kansas.
SiTiT.ss. Tho great Napoleon' only
criterion was Success, and this has boon
attained, by tbo Churtor Oak Sloves.
Ovor 'J00,000 have been sold since their
Introduction, and the demand waxes
stronger ovury day. mchl Id&wlt
A i.awik stock of furnishing goods of all
kinds nlwnya on baud at 1. Nell's, No. 70
Ohio Lnveo. ilfe'Uf
AHOUTTIUS AND THAT.
Tho Doha Club is fooling the
Louis Ilium, of Mound
City, was in
-Mr. Paul Allen Is In thu Held as a enn
dldnto for Chief of Police.
Tho Mound City Journal sns lieu.
Hurnsldohndn lackey with him at Cairo.
Ciiilhiiks'h plctueo u specialty at
AVorthlngton's new Photographic Art
William O'Callahan, formerly a pollco
officer, is mentioned m n polble member
of tho now force.
A two-story farm house, situated on
Commercial nvenue, near tho New Ycrk
store, is ottered "dirt cheap."
Tho ordinance In regard to wbnrfboats
ha! created come angry criticism, but wo
can't urderstaiul where it good objection
enn come In.
AV110 Is It that does not like smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast .' The Fame
Cook stovo will bake them In five minute'
time by tho walch.
John Shcehaii desire to sell his Wash
ington avcntio proporty, nnd will give tho
purchaser a bargain. The house is in good
repair, nnd Is 11 desirable residence.
Circuit Court has adjourned until next
Thursday. During tho present term onu
hundred and thirty-four Jury certlllcaln
were issued, amounting to $I,7L'3.70.
Thoro was no pollco buslnc! yesterday.
All was quiet on tho levee. Not a Padticnh
man exhibited tho manners of his city by
drunk nnd disorderly conduct net one.
Wo looked in upon tho Casino room a
few days ago, and found them to bo com
fortnblo .tid ncntly furnished jint what
the ncceltlo! of tho club require.
W. T. Wop.tiii.noto.v is doing n big
biislno In copying und enlarging old
Daguorreotypes, Ambrotypes and Photo
graphs, making them look ns bright as
when first tnken. feblbtf
Ol'.lcer Shochnn Is tho only poltcemnti
now in tho city. Ho is day olllcor, but
does duty nl nil times, keeping n look-out
nt night n well as In the day time.
Alderman Sway lie propose to absent
lilin.elf from this scene of alderman lo labor,
nnd turry for two or three weeks In Ten
nessee. He visits the stato of Johnson and
Hrownlow In the Interest of Parson, Davis
Do wu need u Chief of Pollcu'.' Would it
not answer every purpo.o to Invest Iho Mar
shal with tho powers of tho chief, und then
put on as night policemen about four good
men 'or two '
Tin: enterprising firm ot Muthtiss V
rni, ;ommi'ioii merchant, huvo re
moved their oll'ieo und place of business
from No. tits to Jin" Ohio Lovee, In tho
First National Hank Huibllng, second
Woll, when will the now city govern
ment get Into thupu und move oil' on thu
new line? Tho first thing to bo done is
to ii-certuiii what tho income of tho citv
will bo; then fund tho crip, if possible;
then labor to keep expenses within the In-
como; und then many things.
Why will our friends run tho risk of be-
coming li.'liut by wearing common Specta
cles, when they can procure tho most per
fect article tbut bus yet been made, di
alling at our old friends Tuber Urns' tho
well known Jewelers and get 11 pair of
Iixaru ,V Morris' Perfected Spectacles.
Don't delaj . febldnwA:lm
The city scales uro lying around loose.
Thu Market Committee should gather
them together ns soon ns poislble. Wo
have 110 doubt that ex-Aldcriunu Mendel
Is tired of tho duties of weigh muster. Wo
thereforu niggost that ho should bo relieved
ut the carlluat moment possible.
Taiiku HnoTHKiis, 8: Ohio Lovee, will
uereufter keep constantly on hand, direct
from the Kaitern manufacturers tho very
bet winter strained purllled sperm oil, for
sewing machine, und nil lino und light
machinery. This oil ha never yet been
superceded by any of tho muuulactiired
oil, as It never gums or Is all'ected by tho
There is one (ierinau who Is an appli
cant for the position of policeman under
the now administration, Tho Oermaiis
voted solidly for tlm Citizens' Ticket.
There wero only two oxceptlons, und they
wero not to blame. AVhercfore, It is
claimed thnt thoy should not lo for
gotten lu the passing around of tho otllciul
It l strange what a length of tlmo it
takes to wear out Hoots and Shoes when
made of good material, nnd Win. Khler
uses nothing but tho best of overs, thing
stock, workmen und all ul Ills shop on
Twentieth street opposite the court house.
The Republicans of several of the cities
of the North aro holding meetings, and by
speoehes und resolutions uro condemning
tho romoviil of Sumner from tho Foreign
Committee. AVhydo not the lSepuldienus
of Cairo do likewise? Logan has con
demned tho removal, and why should not
tho lSopublicans of tho capital of Egypt
Indorse him by .aylng: "Wolldune." They
should not leave "their favorite Senator
Tho Poor Man's Club should not bo per
mitted to languish. Its presldont, Judge
llross, has been too deeply engaged in
municipal election matters mid railroad
business to give to it lately much ntteii-
I tion but now that the election is over ami
Ilurnslde squelched, ho can dovoto conild-'
orablo tlmo to his club duties. Wo there- 1
foro expect to witnes 11 rovlvnl of interest
in tills popular society, which wn! organ
ized by gentlemen who yoarn to do good,
"with 11 view lo tlio elevation of tho poor
mail," (although, so far n! our observation
goci, tho poor man needs no moro elevat
ing than tho rich, if ns much) ; to furnish
to its membors n comfortable plnco for In
nocent social intercourse, nnd for othor
laudnblo purposes. It should not, there
fore, bo permitted to lag, nnd wo hopo that
Prelilent Dross, who is chin full of tho
milk of human kimlnuss nnd always first
In all works of philanthropy. Just a he is
in all works of public enterprise, may
tako hold of the club and plnco It on a ilrm
Tho old English poot, Hcrrick, had his
own opinion nboiin.ent,nndexpresed it In
the following woll-kiiownpocm. It Is, says
nn exchange, undoubtedly, quite as appro
priato to our time ns to Ids, and, whether
its inculcations are observed or not, the I
poem will bo read with jdeaure :
"Is Ho i I'rtsl.to knqt
The tanlpr franc
J-'roiu iho Mt of v.il and tUrrp
I it lo quit Iho illsh
Ofllfh, .t Mill
Tlm (IaIUtIiIkIi with ll-hf
U it to fist mi home,
Or mkM t 0 1
orsluif , -
A ilowmnt look mi'ltMiwrot" '
No, 'ti .1 f.it to il'ilx
Thy "limfni uliral,
I nto tho mingiy mile.
II 1 lo f.i-t from trife,
From olil iletatc,
An, I halo,
To hntt n In'.iit rlr f-ri'al,
To atirsp thy In.
Nat Un ;
ntt!iar to krop thy I.ont.'
IM.IXOIS ClTxiftAL TsAlLISOAH.
Srw Time Tnlili.
On and nftrr 12:30, p. m, Sunday. Dee.
4th, the following time table will govern
the arrival nnd departure of paengcr
trains nt Cairo ;
Mull train leavos'al :: to a.m.
Express " " ut ib.io p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
leaves ut li'JO 11.111.
Accommoilution leaves ut... 12:00 p.m.
Mnll nrrives 'J.05 a.m.
Express arrives '.12:21 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrive 1:15 p.m.
Tlio Inst named tmln leaves St. Louli
ut 10:30 a.m. Traders can lonvu Cairo ut
1:20 u.tn., reach St. LouU ut 7:2" a.m., re
main In tho city thrco hours, and return
to Cairo nt -l:ir p.m., tho same day.
Tho i'J:.'IO nceommodutlon mid Cairo
und St. Louis express leave dally; nil oth
ers loavo dally except Sundays.
Wny passengers should bear In mind
that tho 3:30 p.m. train make only four
toppings butween Cairo and Ccntrnlin,
iz: .louotboro, Carbondule, Du (uoln
nnd Ashley. Tho PJ:30 p.m. train slops
nt nil the stations nlniig the route.
dee:itf Agent, Cairo.
Steamers .las. Fisk Jr., Pudiioah,
" Arlington, Columbus,
" Oreat ISopublic, New Orleans,
" N. Y. Casoy, Cuseyvllle,
" Ajar, Pittsburg,
' City of Cairo, Vleksburg,
" Hello Lee, Now Orleans,
" City of Chester, St. Louis,
" Silver Moon, Clncliiunti.
" Jas. l'ik, Jr., Padueiih,
" Arlington, Columbus,
(irent llopublle, St. Louis,
" N. Y. Casy, Casey vllle,
" AJax, New Orleans,
" City of Cairo, St. Louis,
" Hollo Lee,
" City of Chester, .Memphis.
" Silver Moon, Memphis.
CaJu The river has rwwltxl I Inch inci
V3f" The weather wu pvirtlnlly
und very wiirni yosterday.
iy2r Hiisiuess wuonly iiioder.itBlyuctivo
iT"The .Mississippi is risinsj I inches
jier day ut St. Louis.
Irif' The Ohio Is falling iiguln ut Pitts,
burg, iil ul Cineiiiiinll and l.miUvllli
rT?-Thii FUkl. the packet every day
trff-The l.hilekstep Is tho Erniisvillu
- - - -
Tho Hollo Leo enmo up outlroly light
nml will load here for New Orleans. It
Is highly probable slut will get nil she
tejy-The (i rent ISepuhllo brought S hhds j
Migsr, 51 hides, 10 bids potatoes, :i0 bbls
tar, 11 sacks colleo, :to jikgs sundries- for j
Cairo and Chicago, nnd has a big trip of ,
people for St. Louis. 1
Tho James Fsk brought for Charles J
(jiibigher, 20 sacks wdieat ; (J. I). William
sou, 10 bbls. flour und 13 boxes handles;
',17 Wis. woodwork for re-shipment.
fld-Tho new steamer llllnoU left Cin
cinnati Monday evening and should bo
hero to-day. Upon her arrivnl ho will
immediately tako her plnco, in tho Cairo
and Columbus trade
NEW AI) VEltTlHEMfci ft
Thtte PiUs QY6 Oil tiftfaftf'ftaT
Femato lirrjulntur, intended or
tpcciai casts ; t Ms ohttlnatt om$
ichcre mildtr and cheaper nvtdt
cinrtfaU. T hey aro composed of the most
itctlvo and powerful nrinclplee of
plants, root and berries, so
highly concentrated slut each
pill contaims mors medicinal
strength than a wholo bo or
uottio 01 oruanarr uouar meai
clno in tho market. Although
Tn their oivratton that the most
frcUfi enn take them snft perfect sviWy.
jjv Price, t3 per box, sold by sJlDrugirlsU.,
Kir All lot torsBocUnKlnonnatlon or sdrice,
will no promptly angworcu
Curcis all diseases 00X66!
try ftlf-abusp, Tiz: Zptrmti-
tea, .minns us
fi'., ,1 1710 j.ruivvrs.
jsihuviw, j-aini tn' M?
Jliitk'. YWmfir.u nf vlainn.
.. ' - -. . ' y 1
Bcnitcneo or routJiiil indiscretions.
i;ach package rutaiLi oco hot tlo filled with
KupT-c i.ited Pills, and ono rial flllsxl with
Me! ,t:cd Powdem, tufficlcnt to mako o0
h rf pi x of injections and 000 Bjringe.
C3Vt 1 1 per packsgo, by msll, 15 CO.
f id by Drnrffistt on rywberc.
7Vie nrrat Indian Diurttta
era alltUscasct cf tho Urinr
cry Organt, such at IncontU
tu nee of I'rint, Inflammation
of the JilciMer, lnjamnatton
rffAe KMntyi, Atom rs Ins
Mvtder, Sncturr, (f ravel,
J-i , -r.6tJ (or Whttti.)
1'acli narks eo contains ono
1 mt tlo tilled with Bucar-cokUst
1'ilJa, nnd ono vial tilled with
Medicated Powders, sufllclei -
to mako ono pint of Injection;
and ono Hyrinno.
tar Price. 15. by msJl. ti CO.
Mild by Druggists ovcrywhorc. 1 1
srwo desire to scml onr tuirty-two pg
pamrhlet. intilkd "Man and Woman as
Invalids," to every reader of this paper. bsn4
sddrisH, with fttampto pay rotura postago,
aud address as fallow.! :
rr, Iicrs MtsiciL A:.-una,
117 Main nxra snxxr, , -
Siisi Urn Unaerx
wil.l 01 iritiw l y !UicU lUo., nml, U JiUij
TiiiM.ur.AT vi:kn.w, hi'Kciric.
No :a ' I nvall arc moro rousitlio lo
elisi.. s if si as in an I v atl n cf tcnipratUM
III ill ilysH'pi,. ., m,.t Jm 1 on- ut luliniid l.l.il
Tin li rmng.uro nl iiii.r. Pi''lvairc toilbythrs
vieissltililn than fool in si. 111 1, )i, If thrrs is a
trndrney la the system to Iniifsilon, biliuusncr
or IsihcI cuuiplslnls, Iho v.in.illo weuUmr of
rarly sprint; i. almost surn to ilorrlui ono or
othor "f ihosailmonis. Iniortii'ii. nt fersar
also inure protalonl In the ipnns nionlh Ihtn at
any othrr fdOfl eteept sutilnin. In vi'tf of lhr.n
f.iol., tins smmiii to Ii n proper time to inrlto rs
I'fiU ill. iiimn liilloittettor' stomach Hitler,
uioilicino, viliKhfor nun,( series ef years, has
proil .iijioriorMuH other as a ronusly for lh
a.vouain. I .li.ordor, nai a prolectlnii nR ilnt
tint iiiia-mi wluoh fr- ina rally pmdiice, arnt
aUsy iiirvat them. It was formerly thu
pram, e to give iol:nt calhsrtlcs a "sprint mei.
iitiir," nor l III ecu, torn yet eutirely obsolete,
Noililnit. hottever, con bo more ill-JuJn"! aBdtto-soplnlo-lslileal.
The elullint; moisture wllhahich
lliiairlliilil at thu brrskini; up of winter,
promos liii.isilyiipi'U thu tilsl forces of ihebxly,
and 11 .nfureetiienl, imt depletion, is what It ro
1(11011. Tin" Hitters is a genkal en I excellent
lo'iio, nm i.lorjto alterative, and Juitenoagh oft
nporirnt lo rrKiilatu wlttisut rnnrulilDit tha
IhiuoN. Il (, therefore, a spectrin peeullarly
nlaptiii Iho present soaton. inchlWstslsT
Th.e.i.irliii'rshii huiliiforo oai.ilnr UiU.ieu
., uiiilur llio.itl nf .Miilkev. Wsll.t U'livrlsrla
Hi I y ili ili.'.l b itnliuslmiiseiil.
JOHN II. JI(XKi:v,
UKOIMIK V. VVSM
MMI'M. 1'. WIIKKLKIt.
nl.., iUrohlJJi. 1-71. il.M-.
V.. C. t'bl
JJThU JL JU J
.IS Ohio Lovee, 1st National Ihtiik
4'i.il nit. tlio nsain to tho purchase and sil
irLOU.R & GRA.I3ST
a 1 1 iissMss.Ma.MsM.Ms..MsasMSMasssa)
Cor. Slh St. A' Waslifiiglon nvt.,
1- lipppeil 'h lrelnt
(.'im tiles, s.rerii t ,'rled aMU fan.
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butter
Aiilfii")''',n'J eU" "eeile.t lor family supply
It mm - i-f enn o( thu lo,l stpebeil Kteeerie is
"'a oi ii' uiiaiT of puhlto patronije is reielfully
anil, n 1 1 o'iuiii
Cor. Poplar nml ThlrlovvtJjkW
CAIRO. - - - - ILLtMOIS
(tn th.' mi'J'n.i known ss lh2 Smith (, J
HilnuiKStn n ial i.mecry llm;uf xml-'a'iV-'
lleoils. 11110 Teas, puro X'rtee,tnnl' MJttt
Vrilit; fniuneU uuU Halt MsaS, pjafcliri.
Kuril, bmoUe I II. ef, Itiu'er, fowsil. );f J'"'
Jloal.eivlt K1O1, Nuts. Can Us,ih. siiTsfl kfnil
ol coo ls umalfy kept iu liilr Jirocs-ry stoie.
'f J H i t & ' I yc" .n,ayaj
U1J t&Wi5 tl'J, Gtniwnptton, nd aU
(im mot A