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THE CAZiRiO fa'TTLLIETIlSr, MAEOH 31
riia nofmrtnernhlii rmrntofore ex luting bnlwnen
It 12. IWiIph nml K. W.Kilmumli, under lb Arm
liarnn of (he Cairo Ilox nml Iltkct Co., in thin
mi.uitr(i iij milium connniH, f v. ivi
tnunfla tiaviOKulU his Interest therein to J. W.
V. E PoehlM and J. W. r.cstln will conllnuo tho
'wof)T uiiudi inn raiijtf nun immo M llcrtHUIure.
f;7l ibti anil collect all thn outstandings of
tuv iuiu urm, r r.. riw.niji.3,
J. W. LKMMK,
1'. W. KilJIUNtH.
Onlro, March 20, K71. tnmlltn
1. I'JIIM.II'8 fc CO., "
(Huccemori to K. I). If rndrlcks A Co.
Wnarf - Boat
LIBERAL AHVANrr. MAItK ON C4N.
"Are ireirl to nrelTo, Morn and forwuld
fri(til to all olntn, and Lujr und tell on com.
aritilurt tttenJed to with lrotnitnM,
it, W.MlUSS. IHMT. I'Akklt
jyIIiLEK &. PAKKEIt,
' FIjOVII, C'OIIN, OAT.N, II A V,
No, 58 Ohio licveo
qi.osi: & vi.ji:.vr,
and draltrs In
Lime, Cement. Plaster Paris
Cr. Nik Nlreet hihI ObluLcvce
. PHI I.M.N,
Hi!Cco..orto Parker A l'lillli..)
And Dtkirr in
Flour, Men!, liny, Corn, Oiiln,
Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
J. D. Malhu. E. 0. Uhl
jjATHUNS V l.'III.,
"iHUIilo L!vee,lHt National Hnnk
Ieial attention given to tho purchase and tala
FJLQUK & GRAIN
OrccMtoainr AvoiA Co.,
General Commission Merchant
Xo. 1V Ohio licvor,
novlltf CAIKO, ILL.
FLO TJ lit
And AifjnU ol
OHIO IHYKR AM KANAWHA
JNo. 70 OHIO JjBVH
TICKETS F0R SALE
I'AKBnom Yerpoal, Ixadoa4erry,
aiwtKow tneutowa to Cairo
SafTur .Harris Cauttoe, Agk,
Poultry demand fair.
Tlioro isj 1 tlocliolcu hay In thti market
and tlin Inferior grades aro neglected.
liamblcton camo down from Mound
City yciterday to get something to eat.
Tho flour market it bolter thU week
thun it was last. Advices from bolow hnvo
caused It to brighten comldcrably.
Tiicrc Is it rcry dltagrccablo sink holt
near tho Illinois Contral Hall road Hotel,
which should bo Immediately abated.
Who is it that docs not llko smoking
hut biscuits for breakfast? Tho Fa mo
Cook stovo will bnko them in flvo minutes'
thno by tho watch.
Slpo water Is disappearing rapidly
very rupidly os rapidly as whisky that is
cheap disappears down tho throats of tho
gentlemen of I'nducah,
Our Republican friends of Cairo have
'gone back on President Grant. They
arc now denouueing him as n failure and
a despot. "Wo told you so. '
Col. Taylor has returned from .St. Louis
where ho attended n meeting of tho Di
rectors of tho Cairo and Bt. Louis railroad
Company. What was done lias not been
For n shnvo thnt ! at onco scientific
und enjoyable, goto Alb&'s tip-top Wbr
shop, on Commercial Avenue, near the
corner of Eighth street.
If tho weather will persist in being des
pcrntely mean who Is to blame? Toiler
(lay the aun camo out for n moment, bdt
not liking the appearance of nffatrf re
tired In disgust.
Tho teuson at which our Circuit Court
will again convene draws on slowly but
surely. Next Monday It the day of the
commencement, but when will tho end bo?
We hopo tho session may bo short, shnrp
A joint session of tho Council will bo
held this orcnlng, and it is expected by
tho knowing ones that considerable im
portant business will bo disposed of. Wo
hopo this expectation may not Le ills
appointed. Mr. C. I'. Farsens has Ken suggested as
u candidate for school Director. Hu would
mako it competent and faithful oi'ictr, has '
had much experience in educational mat
ters and takes ureat interest in school af
fairs. Alderman Hudcr, who was nbsent when
he was elected, has not yet returned to tho
city. Tlio charter provides that mombors
of tho Council must qualify within twenty
days after notlcn of election ; but this pro
vision does not, of course, apply to such
cases us Jtuder i. llo could not qualify for
a good reason, and will take his seat on his
return home. Ho will mako an Iutulligint
and Industrious member of the "city legis
C'apt. Iturd, for thu trustees of tho
Southern Illinois Normal School, has lad
printed n statement of tho operations of
tho trustees ilnco thu tlmu of their ap
pointment. Thu pamphlet Is Intended as
a vindicatipn of tho trustees, and conclu
sively proves that they acted in good faith
from this beginning, (iov. Palmer, who
Is n trumpeter of his own honesty, Is deter
mined to crush tho Carbondalu Unlvomty
because it Is located at tho homo of (Sen.
Logan, who defeated him for thu .Senate.
His Excellency lacked tho backbone neces-
sary'to put Logan down was, in fact, too
cowardly to mako a fight ugalnst
him, and, now, in thu chagrin of defeat,
seeks to gratify his spitefulccss by oppos
ing ovory cntcrpriso which is likely to
benefit Southern Illinois, tho Republicans
of which admire Logan nioro than they
Tho St. Louis and Cairo Short Lino
road is a "success." It passes through
a rich country thickly settled, and fur
nishes to tho traveler South from St. Louis
tho mot pleasant nml expeditious route
Tho run is msdo In six hours, the cars nro
now and comfortable, tho conductors cour
teous, and tho road smooth nnd safo.
Leaving Cairo nt l:"Oa. m., you arrlvo In
St. Louis at 7:"0, have until 0 p. m. to
transact business, and can bo buck in Cairo
t ho next morning ul 0 o'clock. Nothing
could bo more convenient. Mr. Morgan,
of tho Central, is now onoof tho conductors
of tho Short Lino road, and Is one of thu
most courteous railroad men in tho State.
Ho Is the right man In tho right placo as
sure us two and two make four, und Tin:
ISuj.lktin otlico is ihc place to obtain
flno and cheap Job printing.
Goon Nkwh. Tho Cairo & VIncunne-i
Kailroad will bo 'built in certain contin
gencies, but the fact is that Klllott & Hay
thorn uro now receiving their spring stock
of mens', women', misses', boys' und chit
droits' shoos in overy stylo uud of all va
rieties. Thoso goods will bo sold at tho
lowest caj jirieet.
Wo ask all of our old and now patrons
to call and examine our-toclc and ascer
tain our prices, but wo wish it to bo dis
tinctly understood that wo want cash cms
foiWJ. No other kind nood apply, Tho
crodlt systom has pluyod out with us, and
to avoid mlstakos that create ill will and
troullo wo huvo concluded to allow no
goods to bo taken out of tho storo on trial
unless they aro first paid for.
ELLIOTT & UA.YTHOIIN.
Tlie Cotssoqsseisea or
II air auil Looking h
Ike a Wamass,
is tho namo of a shoemaker who has boon
In tho employ of Mr. "Wm. Ehler sovcral
timet during tho year past. Somo months
ilnco ho loft hero for Vicksburg, and about
twoorthrco wcoks ago returned, brokan
down In health, without money and with
out tools. Mr. Khlers kindly ro-cmploycd
him, gavo him board, and assigned htm to
n room In his houso partly occupied by a
young man named
CHAIILKS JAMES WOOD,
nlso an cmployoo in tho establishment of
of Mr. Khlers. It waa Mr. Wood's mis
fortuno to possoss long, flowing,;
light halr.land dollbato, fair complexion
to have a soft, low voice, to bn slight in
stature, and so far as appearances went
(save in dress) to look very much llko a
woman. Mr. Putzo, tho morning subse
quent to his first night's rest in tho room
with Mr. "Wood, informed Mr. Khlers
that ho would not sleep in tbo room with
"Woods again. Thnt ho "was a woman,"
"ono of thoso
FEMALE IIOSTOS HIIUEMAK En.
and ho bad no tiso for them." Mr. Kh
lers laughed at this when first told of it,
but soon saw that PuUe was In earnest,
and in vain endeavored to convince him
that ho was wrong. Putze '
UA1NTAIXKI) THAT WOOPH WAS A WO
MAN and for tho two weeks preceding the
tragedy, would not sleep in the room with
htm proforrlng tho huy-loflof tho stable
and tbo halls of thu house.
rooti brought on chills, and Mr. "Killers
approached him a few days since und gavo
him other quarters, tilling him at tho
the sumo time that bo must remain In
doors or go to tho holpltal. Ho declined to
accedoto cither of thesu propositions, nnd
said ho would leave the city yesterday.
Karly yesterday morning ho entered Mr.
Khler's store, picked up a paper, and lut
down, apparently with thu intention of
reading it. Ho was on tho chair however
but a few moments, when Mr. Khlers was
startlod by thu
ItRI'OUT or A l'ISTOL bllOT,
und turnod around just in time to
prevent I'utzo from firing a second
shot. Woods instantly exclaimed
"Mil. rilLKHS, I AM KILLED,"
ut tho samo moment making a lungo ut
J'utze with n knife, which ho had picked
up from tlo tench.
The knife Wa caught in Its passago,
and prevented what would probably hnvo
rctulted in a double tragedy.
Tho ball entered Wood's left breast,
passing through tho lungs and Inflicting,
so the attending surgeon states,
A TATAL WOUND,
Wood was about twenty-one years old,
unmarried, and a natlvo of this country.
Putze was immediately arretted and
lodged in jail. Ho will havo a preliminary
examination in a fuw days. lie is about
eight or ten years thejscnlor of Wood, Is
nlso unmarried, nnd is a German by birth,
Tli oin who knew him best assert that ho is
crazy. Can ho bo otherwise, to attempt the
murder of one whom hu beliovcd to bo a
woman, becnuso it was sought to make them
Ghau Disi'Lay nr Milli.veuy and
Fanw Uoods. Mrs. Kills, corner of
Commercial Avcnuunnd Suvonth street,
has made unusual provision for tho Spring
trade, and announces u grand opening,
for tho 20tb, 30th und Slit or March,
on which occasion sho will display
tho largest, completes! and most attrac
tive variety of millinery nnd fancy goods,
ever brought to Cairo. Tho stock cm
brace all thu very lucst styles of hati,
bonneU, ribbons, flowers, trimmings, etc.,
and other articles especially adapted for
tho season and trado. Tho ladies of
Cairo and tho surrounding country uro
especially invited to attend tho opening,
inspect tho now stock and learn tho
Alii a. William Alba, Commercial
ttvonue, near tho corner of Eighth stroot,
has tho most completely furnished barber
shop and hair dressing saloon in tho city,
mid respectfully invites public patronage.
Ho can promlso his customers tbo most
courteous treatment, and workmanship
that cannot bo excelled in Cairo. His
razors aro alwayt) in order, his towels
nlways clean, uud his workmen always
endy. Ulvc him a trial. tf
The Lkctuheh Laot Nuiht. Tho
Athenssum last night contained an audi
enco reasonably large, but not as large as it
should havo beon. Tho lectures hy tho
Itav. Mr. Footo and Dr. llrlgbum wore
both ablo and were listened to with
attention und pleasure by those present.
Taiiek Urothkks, 83 Ohio Leveo, will
iiortafter keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Eastern manufacturers tho very
best winter struinod purified sperm oil, for
sowing machines, und all tine and light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
superceded by any of tho manufactured
oils, as it never gums or is affuctod by tho
Foit Sale. I will soli my house and lot,
situated on Washington avenue, west side,
between 4th aud 6th streots, Cairo, Ills
Tho houso Is a two story frame, finished
throughout, and contains eight rooms; con
veniently urranged. Cistern, outhouse, etc.
Terms easy. JOHN SIIEKUAN.
inch 1 odi m
ALBXAHDElt COUNTY TEACHER'S
V1BST DAY MORNING SESSION,
Tho Instituto met yoslerdny morning at
0 o'clook aw nt tho Tbirtoonth strcot
Tho following teachers enrolled their
II. S. English,
P. 0. Tolford,
John V. Carson,
J. 13. Mabory,
W. a. Whitakcr,
Mist Frank Uoobc, Miss S. Shield.
Miss L. Pelrcc, Miss Julia Robinson,
Miss Abbio Hatch. Miss Mnttlo Warwick
Miis AlicoSimonds, MissMagglo Aubery,
Miss Mary Hawkins Miss Emma Stewart,
Miss Eliza Shield: Miss Wallbridgo,
Miss ESKratEingorMiis Mary Kolsoy,
Miss Fanny Lyon, MIstN.J McKcc,
Miis A Carpenter, Miss S E Brown,
Mlu.II L Ufgby, Miss E A Tuttlo.
Tho sessioa was callod to ordor by Mr.
English. Capt.JohnC. White, was, on
motion, elected President; J. Bruco
Mabory, vlco-prosldent, and Miss Frank
Boobc, secretary. Upon taking tho chair,
Cant. Whllo briefly addrcisod tho teach
ers, setting forth tho Importance of estab
lishing and maintaining Tonchers' Insti
tutes. Ho expressed an earnest desiro
that every teacher present shold enter
upon tho work assigned them with a de
termination to mako the session of interest
nnd profit to all.
Kcv. Frcd.L. Thompson, uddrciic-d tho
Throuo of (iracoj Imploring tho blessing
of heaven upon'the labors of tho Institute.
An cxcrclso was noxt conducted in
Primary Arithmetic by Miss S. J. Shields.
Sho presented her method for teaching this
branch of study by bringing into the In
stitute her Primary Arithmntic class. Tho
exorclso was not only exceedingly inter
esting, but sho showod to thu satisfaction
of tho tenebcrs, that her theory wa emi
nently adopted to that class of pupils.
Miss Shields furnished abundant prolf In
this exerciso of her superior qualifications
at u teacher In primary Instruction.
After a recess of flvo minutes, Mlu L.
Pierce conducted tin exorcise in primary
geography. Sho began by requiring tho
class to dull no a State, giving its bounda
ries, rircn, cities, and people. She re
quired her class to stato their views, of
cities, nnd tho advantages possessed by
some over others. Mlu Pierco gavo us
,hcr theory for teaching geography, thnt
tho pnplls should bo first mado acquainted
with tho smallest division of land, and.
that, nonrcst home. This exorclso was ex
ceedingly interesting and profitable.
Urauiiful angel on Jilnlont of ligut,
Wait till I wliltp'r mjr motliai gooil night"
was sung by tho audience under thu di
rect ion of Mist Mattio Warwick.
Mr. English and Dr. llrlghum expressed
a favorabloopinlon of Miss Pierces' theory
of teaching Primary Geography.
Miss Mattio Warwick lod In singing
'Hilli.r we come a Union Band,
To blnx sweat sonna s( a b.tler lan'l."
An cuay was noxt read by Miss- Julia
lloblnson, subject "Cullurc." As no
comments of ours can dojuitlco to this
production, The Bulletin reporter
moved that Miis lloblnion bo requested
to furnish a copy for publication, to which
tho lady kindly conscuted.
Much has been and is yot said and writ
ten upon tho subject of culturo upon
culture of tho intellect, und culturo of thts
heart; culturo from travel, ami from
books of travel; from study, uud from
What is culture? Docs it como from
travel? Not necessarily, for very rudo,
ignorant people sail up tho storied Ithino.
aud seo foreign wonders, whllo tho maf
volously sad, grand fnco of the Sphinx,
with Its untold secrets, is gazed ut by
thoso who would seo equal beauty in u
Dots culturo come from study ? Not
necessarily. A churl may bo conven ant
with the secrets of science, and thu mys
teries of unknown tongues. Tho palo
chemist, In lovo with tho secrets of his
labratorv. brinL'inc out into tho colorless
air tho wonderfully bright flames, may bo
useful only wi hla labratorv. pleasing, only
for his maglcr-culturcd, only In bis own
Trim culturo is brondorthnn knowledge,
somethiuc moro than wealth can buy, und
does not vicld itself to travel alone. Its
basis ure, perhaps, tho arts nnd amenities
of life combined. A cultured man must
boa rnre scbolur, with a kind heart, a
perfect uontleman. with an active, well
storodmlnd; n lover of God, yet not above
ills lowly worKs.
Tlioro is great difficulty In defining and
restricting culture. Emmerson has writ
ten and lectured of it, yet has failed to
catch tho true moaning, which perhaps no
onu can. Wo aro also ut a loss how to sot
about seeking tho broadest, dropest, most
Wo aro told now, that tho atlf-made
man Is tho true man.
Ho may be the truo man, but U egotism
to suppose that ono Is iutllclont for ones
sen. wo nccu rioip, tympatny, mo spur oi
superiority, and thu humiliation of Infer
iority. "Diamond cut diamond," is it good
lesson to learn.
Let men wrilo largely aud grandly of
sclf-sufllciency, und say, "Kurvkul my
mind to mo a kingdom is." Let them
speak of "society and solitude," yet soli
tudo does not develop Ignorant, uud there
fore tcrak men. A little rough usago from
tho world is good. A littlu polishing of
tho diamond on tither diamonds make both
resplendaut. Solitudo, nature, Uod tell
us only of Innocence, integrity and purity ;
they wolild mako an angel. Society aud
oviltoll of wickedness and falsehood, here
restated mukunsalnt, nnd a saint is over
higher than an nngel through tho sanctity
Let no man aiiut iiiinsoir in green soli
tude, ( with God's sky above him,
and God's wicked world humming
In a dim, safe distance from him.
aud think himself on tho royal road, to
Wlwv Mosea rot Ired.to tbo loiiy,Mount
Nebo because told to do" Jo. tho noaoe-of
Ood'bxtd him to unbroken slumber, but
Uod does ifiot now lead people Into
la culture acquired immediately 7 JJy
no means. A strong Hand holds us buck,
and retards too swiftly moving events. No
man haktem to any perfection. To a child,
a warm, April shower in the early inor
nine darkens over him like an eternal
I shadow. For him thcro Is, virtually, no I
' sun in thg hemns und no hopo In thu I
future, for hit future nnd vrttent aro ono,
A ploasuro delayed is a plcasuo lost to
mm; but, as lio grows older, no learns to
forgot tho rainy hour In thinking of tho
lunshlny ono. In llko manner should
wo learn that tho means of culturo which
wo most desire, delay and deny us, yot
somo good work It nt hand which, under
taken and wrought out, will mako ua moro
noble nnd Qt lor Improvement, if only
(!od nnd His angols havo seen our toll.
It must bo thnt in tho forming of the cul
tured man, tluto has had its stow way, pa
tience her perfect work.
Wo need to labor, like God, slowly and
patiently to all great and good ends. Ho
wrought unweariedly, whllo His first long
day of creation passed itself into tho
laborious second, and ended not with the
third, but only when tho six great days
had loft our earth and us before tlio Maker,
did Ho rest upon tho scvonth. Ho who
would bo truly cultured must novor grow
impatient fur bo then has lost ono of tho
primo rcqulsltcs,slnco a perfect man is cvor
above circumstances, ruling them master
fully. Whoro thinklmr of tbo loni years, nnd
tho toil which perfection, ono loves also to
think of tho slowlv falllntr marble-chin-
pines which Icnvo at tho last tho whito
htatuc, " n thing of beauty nnd a joy for
Docs utiv ono count honesty nnd bonav-
olenca among thn requisites of culturo I
Honesty and bencroJcnca nre, pernaps,
synonymous terms. In fact, honesty is
benevolence, culture, religion, tho highest
reflnomcnt, tho greatest good.
Again, tho honest, elegant, culturod.
benevolent man Is tho kind man, fur cru
elty Is both wicked nnd vulgar, belonging
equally to tho boor and tho villain.
Wo speak of a reflnod cruelty, and say
turn uju uiuru wuihuruu u iiiuii i. iuo
grcntcr nro his capabilities for cruolty if
so disposed, but he is not so disposed, and
hero wo como upon tho radical lillTuronco
between education, and culture ; between
elegance, and culture: bctwocn all which
mo worm cam culture, unu truo culture.
Indeed, wo may oucsllon whether culturo
does not find its most lilting and appro
priate synonym In tho good word kind
nett, tho thought of which should nover
bo out of tho heurt, nor the deed out of tho
life of man.
Taught by tho view of wrong, refined
bv tho knowledco of sorrow, cultured by
tho successful warring with Indolence, ig
norance, passions and prejudices, wo shall
como to know that study is not nil, thnt
wealth is not all, thnt travol Is not all,
that tho dim aisles of old cathedrals,
echoing faintly tho footsteps of genera
tions, can well await our reverent tread;
but not so well can tho low, sud houses
near our very homes, whero want moans,
and misery bowalli awatt our helping
Careful studontt, In timo wo shall learn
tho socrut, that truo culturo comes from
forgetting culturo to remember duty.
31 r. English read a carefully prepared
and practical paper upon School Organi
zation which was followed by a discussion
participated In by Mabory, Dr. Brlgham,
Harrull, Cumings, MIssos Hatch and Kcl
sey. After which thu Scsiion adjourned to
'1 o'clock, p.m.
2 o'clock, I'.M.
The Itutltuto convened at 2 o'clock, p.m.,
"Mr molher'acot was br lh sea,
Audi UcarJthe liraksia roar."
tho following question was proposed for
discussion by tho chair:
"Should u child bo cducutcd according
to thu natural Inclination of his mind?"
Messrs. English und Mubery partici
pated in tho discussion.
Miss S. J.Shiulds next gavo an excrciso
in primary reading. Sho presented her
thoory by organizing a class of chlldron
and gavo them n lesson to read. Sho In
sisted that every word in tho lesson and
tho moaning of tk: author should bo
thoroughly understood boforo permitting
tho class to pais to anothor lesson. "Not
how much, but how well," was her motto.
Kcv. Mr. Thompson nnd othors ex
pressed themselves highly pleased with tho
"Uark 1 law )nurUalr's bujleU inuntloi;,
U t ti(ili)r Ik) , wo must mu-t th fot."
wns next sung by thu audience.
After a recess of ten minutes, Miss Ab
bio Hatch read an ablo paper upon tho
itudy of Grammar.
Tho chair then propounded tho following
question for discussion :
"How can children bo prevented from
whispering in school."
Misses lleobe, Kclsoy, Shield, and Itev.
Mr. Thompson, Messrs, English and Ma
bory participated in tlio discussion. It
was tho general opinion that pupils should
bo kept too busy studying to havo timo to
Mr. English gavo his vlows in regard
to thejproposod method of tcachiug'spell
ing. Tills was followed by remarks upon
regular aud punctual attendance by Dr.
Brlgham, Mrs. llrown nnd others.
Tho critic's report by Miss Abbio Hatch
was interesting and elicited much applause.
After singing, thu Instituto adjourned
to 0 o'clock this morning.
Removal. Mrs, J, dimming wishes
to Inform hor customers and thu ptiblio
irenorally that sho has rcmoviul lir mil.
linory goods from her storo on Eighth
street to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, botween Seventh und
Eighth streets known us Mrs. Oswold's
old stand. Mrs. Cu turnings ban udded
largely to her sloek of coods. nnd now hna
a cheap, seasonable nnd fashionable col-
Innllnn f 1, .. . , 1 . .ill ...
vvt.u.i ut urn-., uuiuiei., riuouup, eiu., iu
which sho usks tho attention of old and
now patrons. m2sltf
Goon Auvick. "Socuro tho shadow
eru tho substuueo fail," is good advice, and
thoso who desiro to heed it should lose no
time in going to Worthlngton's gallery
and having their plcturot taken. Worth
ington is un artist who throws up thu
spongo to no pther artist, and his work
gives general satisfaction. Ho copies and
onlarges old daguerictypes, umbrotypes
und photographs, making them look as
bright us when lr taken. Children's
pictures ho makos a fpeclally, and does
such work in tht forenoon. Tho rooms aro
over Rockwoll & Co.'n book store, on Com
mercial avenue "
Teachehs Ifstitutk. Wo publish
elsowbere qtilto a full report of tho Tonch
ers' Instituo now hold in our city. Tho
attendance is large nnd tho oxcrclsos very
Interesting nnd profitable Cnpt Whlto
deserves great credit for his efforts in its
Tho following Is tho programmo for to
m Altai 31.
OtoO.15. Oponlng Exercises1
9:15 to 10. Arithmetic Miss Eliza
10;5 to 10:50. Geography Miss F. Bcobo
10-60 to 11. Essay, Miss S. J. Shiolds
11 to 11:5. Recess.
lli&to 12. School Government Mlts
General Discussion of tho Subject by
2 to 2:1S. Oponlng Exorcises.
2:10 to 3. Roadlng Mrs. S. E. Brown.
3 to 3:0. Recess.
3:5 to 3:50. Phonics H. S. English.
Objects and methods of Touchers' In
stitutesMiss Abbio Hatch.
Genoral Discussion of tho subject by
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
I will sell, on reasonable terms, my
three story hotel and grocery building, nnd
lot, located on tho Ohio Leveo, opposito
tho Central Klova'.jr. This is a very do
slrnblo proporty being cloto to thu new
manufacturing establishment now being
erected in tho Fourth Ward, and Is par
llcularly adopted to tho uses of any per
son desiring u stand for clthor tho hotel
or grocery business. Apply, either by
leltor or personally, to
Tho houso nt presont occupied by Pat.
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Leveo between
Fourth and Eighth streets. This house. If
not tho boat business houso is certainly
onoof tho best stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and Is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot,
Apply noxtdcor at Robert Smyth & Co's
wholcsalo grocery itore.
Closing Out Salon.
Twcnty-Hvo thousand dollars worth of
rcady-mado clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and valcsos aro offered for
salo by P. NofT, "9, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it bolng hlsjlnten-
tlon to close out In that line, and embark
exclusively and moro oxtcnslvely in tho
furnishing goods and merchant tailoring
This closing out salo furnishes an oppor
tunity to stcuro clothing cheaper than ever
beroro oncreu in ius innrKci.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
Thnt Petor NcfT, No. 79 Ohio levee, is
closing out his largo nnd well-selected
stock of clothing, boots, shoes, lints, caps,
trunks und valises, at und
It is his purposj to embark moro exten
sively in tho merchant tailoring and fur
nishing goods business hence tho desiro
to closo out tlio stock nbovo enumerated,
.. . Oi l i
Tho annual meeting of stockholders of
tho Cairo and Vinccnnci R. R. will bo hold
nt tho offico of tho company, In
Cnlro, Ills., on Tuesday, tho 20th of April,
1871, for tho purposo of electing Directors,
and such other business at may bo neces
sary. V. R. LARNED,
The Pl-rest and Sivkst. Tho effica
cy of Huttottcr's Colobratcd Stomach
Hitters ns a spociflc for recruiting tho en
feebled body and cheering tho despondiug
mind, has passed into a provorb. In tho
United States, whoro this marvelous tonic
has borno down all opposition, und
oclipsed all rivalry, tho demand for It
has annually Increased In a heavier and
beavter ratto for years, until, at last, tho
rogiilar sales of this preparation exceed
thosojof all other stomach bitters combined.
Kminont members of tho medical profes
sion und hospital surgeons without num
bor, hnvo candidly admlttod that tho
pliarmacaciaoftho faculty contains no
prescription that produces such beneficial
effects in dyspepsia, goncrul debility und
nervous diseases, ns Hostctters' Bitters,
To uso tho language of a venorablo physi
cian of Now York, "Tho Bitters aro tho
purest stimulant and tlio safest tonio wo
havo. But tho usos of tho groat vegeta
blo anlldoto aro much moro comprehen
sive than such praiso would imply. Asa
preparatory antidote to epidemic disease,
u genial stimulant, u promoter of consti
tutional vigor, an upputlzer, it stomachic,
and a remedy for nervous debility, no
medicinal preparation has ever attained
the reputation of Hostcttor's Bitters. It
U thu household tonic of thu American
people, und to all human probability will
bo so for centuries to come. Tho mag
nates of science rocognizo its merits ; arid
that is emphatically tbo medicine of the
masses is proyen by its vast and ever in
creasing sales. m27diwlw
Fhesii CoaN Meal. M. D. Qunter
having purchasod and thoroughly repaired
the Fenton Corn Mill, wishes to Inform
dealers and famillot that they can always
bo suppliod with tho very best articlo, by
applying at tho mill, corner of Commercial
avenue and Twentieth street. Giro him a
Clairvoyant. Mrs. Levy, the great
Clairvoyant, has urrlved nt Cairo, and
may bo consulted nt the Commercial
Hotel, ofposito tho postofllcu. Mrs. Levy
can toll any person tho most Important
facts that havo happened in his or her
life, thus convincing tho most skeptical of
her oxtraordlnary powers. i
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xtw Tlaaa Table.
On and after 12:30, p. m,, Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following timo table will govern
tho arrival and departure of passenger
trains nt Cairo;
Mail train lenvcs'at , , 8:40 a.m.
Express ' " "at 3;30 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
leaves at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves nt... 12:30 p.m.
Mail arrives 2:05 a.m.
Express arrive .12:21 p.m.
tit. .Louis ana uairo express
Tho last named train lcavei St. Louis
at 10:30 n.m. .Traders can leave Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Lou It at 7i20"s.m., re
main In' tho city three hour, arid'return
to Cairo nt 4:40 p.m., tho same day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation and Cairo
and St. Louts express loavo dally ; all oth
ors Icavo dally except Sunday. '
Way passengers "should bear In mind
thnt tho 3:30 p.m. train makes only four
stoppings between Cairo and Centralis
viz : Joncsboro, Carbondale, Da Quoin
nnd Ashley. Tlio 12:30 p.m. train stops
at nil tho stations along the routo.
dcc3tf Agent, Calm.
A Perfect Renkvatou of tho systom
carrying off tlio vitintcd. bilo without tho
old of Calomel, or tiny mineral medicine
Simmons' Liver Regulator l ontTrtly reg
ulable and harmless, nnd ought to be taken
by every one. marJUIswlw
Waxted, 5,000 on irrjwii$tim,
for which a fair rnto of Interest Will be
pnid nnd a mortgage onTintneumbered
real cstato given for security.' Enquire at
Bulletin OtJlce, or uddrcas P., O. Drawer
UTDCnlro, Illinois. mcli7dfcw3tn
An Imi-ortant Tiiuth. Tbo excite
ment throughout tho country,,occasroned
by tho lato revolutionary movement in
Paris, fiat at last spread to Cairo, and has
been mado manifest in tho anxiety of
overy man of good taste tolmve hfs boots
nnd shoes mado by Kilters, who is M?boot
und shoo maker of the city. Hit shop is
on 20th street, icarly cpposlto the court
CtTYScMi'.-Tho Knterprlso Satlngs
Bank will sell city scrip, In amounts Ho
suit purchasers, for tho lowest market
prico. . iCJUlw
Ir you want a good, stylish and well
fitting suit of clothes, mado to order, you
mast go to P. Nnff, No. 70 Ohio Lovee,
Flouu. Choice Family Flour In nbli
half bbls., sacks &c, for salo at tho Egyp
tian Mills. ' au
JRX V'EB NEWS.
Steamer Jas. l'isk Jr., Puducah,
Illinois, Columbus, . ,
Utah, Ark. Hirer, ,
Mlnnlo, St. Lcuii,
Arkansas Bollc, Kvansvllle.
U.S. Turner, Louisville,!;
Commonwealth, St. Louis,
St. Joioph, Memphis,
Mohawk, N. O,
Storm, N. O.,
Bon Accord, St. Louis,
Grand Tower, St. Louis,
Dexter, St. Louis.
Utah, St. Louis.
Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
H. S. Turner, Now Orleans.
Commonwealth, N. O. ,
Julia, St. Louis.
St. Joseph, St. Louis.
Mohawk, St. Louis.
Bon Accord, Mound City.
Grand Tower, Momphls.
The Quickstep is tho Evansrillo
packet this evening.
ser Tbo Jamot Fiik, Jr., is tho Paducah
packet dally, Sundays excepted.
' Lord Palmerston has chartered lha
Fanuio Brandels to tako ilia puce or ta
A. Baker In tho upper Cumberland.
!& Business sufTcrs from the duRnaM'
of tbo weather. Yesterday the object f.
overy one seemed to bo to do aa little at
sjt?- The Arkansas Bollo brought C3 tks1
oats, 100 do corn, 66 piece warw-10 bdlr"
sacks, for shipment South, and a fat pf
small lots for other points. Jul
je-Tho ,Js. lik brought- for'C. R.
Woodward 26 pkgs spokes, and 20 bhds
tobacco and 32 bdks ax handles for rethlp
nontSauth, 7 bhdi tobacco,-1 3 bxAhaaslH
for St. Louis. She also bad a fair trip of
people. . a
10" The Tyrone brought SO 'bblt'tao
50 do eggs, 50 bhds tobacco, 10 ton lasts-
dries, for St. Louis. She also Ifotifik M, t
thoroughbrod game chlekeeitibr-tty
In Knw Orlaaiu. Thav axe In ohatua af
Jordan McGowan, a negro, who Caft,
Tom Harmon says is the father of all th
negro violinist la the country.