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a?SEE OJfLIKO ZBULXjESTUsT, APRIL 21
MOHK lRUNLTil SUA EVEH,
Gold Lcrer Watch,
.AJIT AHD EVKKY KIOUT,
'"' Our Other (osllv alft..
A PHE.-JE.NT FOIl EACH AND EVERY ONE.
Family Matinee, .Satarday at2:.10 p.m.
.,S'jnlglitpollifelrtlie ImI, as we open In
? !H1 All AH PL, SEW. MiMnt.
CAIRO AND KASIIVILLK
The fo lowing tetner Imto Cairn
on Hi days end at tho honrob'low.ntmrd
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 6 p.m.;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.
AUMSDRN, Every Saturday, at 6 p.m.
For Frelitht.or I uugi apply on board, or to
BJ.GGS A MALLORY,
nt)2V71lf 75 OHIO LEVEE.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The Vftutlful nd llfht draught steamer
Learee Cairn dailt attptn., aid Paducih dslly
t 9 a.m. king. mperlcr mx-omrnudaliou lw
oliciU pul.l ; pA'ronnie.
II V SIIOH KI'ORR
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
BDI.fc AOENCY FOtl
Shoes 6L Slippers.
CaaHMrrelal Avcatio Crn-r orKlarlitli
Html, lair. 111.
Partirnl-r attention Id
HUOPtKIUTS nd tUGEs.
I. W ALDER
COB. TH KT. stOlllO LEVER,
Cairo. - - - Illinois
Him tun tmaItH a full and conipletsiiock nt
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of ererr de-eriptlon, wlilrh will I nM ai price"
lhat will not Ml to ami all piirutuaera. F. rfeel
AtJpuMted. ll.t HckS. or
Shirts, lints, Caps, etc.,
U not excelled In point ol price and title In th'a
rr an nllier rp-V.
5Tlc 7i3a ere en unfaOing
TemiCe XegiVtfor, Uittnitd for
rptrta cases ; those obstinate onn
ieere mxldcr and cheaper mt&i
cintsfaiU Thuy are cempoaed of the moat
actives and powerf al principles of
pi ante, roots and bemea, so
uKiiijr concenunica mat eaen
pill rontaina more medicinal
strength tlian wholo box or
bottlo tit ordinarv dollar medl.
cine in the mirket. Akhouak
in their titration thai tha meat
fWV eanfat flkn ttuhpftfect ety.
KsT Trieo. t J per hex, cold by all Drugpista.
will bo promptlyaimwrrrd
Curm all Al6Caf,ca eauicd
1 yp 'abuse, Tlz:ffrmn
tonvhea, terminal Vtak
vcc$, Might Jimbtioni.
Zaisuutt?, Paint in tht
fiaek. Dimness of Vision,
Pale Countenance, Insan
ity, Consumption, tmc ail
1iaeaca that follow aa a.
icnuinco t t yimthful iudierctiona.
Each parkssnrontiliiHorolxitUofUled with
nnsaw'rati dTm, and ono vial filled with
Medicated r.)wil;B, nuffioJent to maVe one
Uilf pj;it ofi Iccllon; and ono Byring.
, JWd by DruggUtu .vi rjohrre. -
- .V.-k il,.. ' . . .
U t U-ct iff OK (!poi o fie -lnv.
f ... cl..M. IMMMf
Qdnorrhasa, OUtt and it
Kuor AZxt (or iWAtM.)
lo( t lo Cued with Bo ar-eoatM
.W; tU one vialltM with
Medicated Powrtera, frflteiaat
" tomtkeoiepintof Injectioa;
andoneSTi.ff.'--v .' .
nVil..'i!S 1.wTl1 'IK ISA.
;f.Qld by,JnigfiatA eteiTwhtre.
br iJniipeigU everrvhtre. '
grVtofinlra i o aend ov tulrtv.two page'
ininohlft. entitled "Man and womin a
Invalida," to ovtfry reader of tbia paper. Bend
auurcap, wiui .mamp o .pay roiurn pottage,
and adVircas da f ollowa i
. ,ct..mim viai1Aaoeu?i, -
tli (Ullvotnama tnunt, " 1
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Siiari'Lry. Tlio 8ilfor8hiw of Bhnrp-
luyto-nigiit again. Bnn't forget.
Mcn'a Kino Heal Hkln Galterj, and "afio
'Trlnco Alborti' at Elliott iraythorc'a.
V(hm flAa .,1 VM taUlf.. <sJ
" w.i(jv Him a, iu a, uiin wan Vf
top, At the City Shoe 8loro, corner "Cok.
mercial avenue and Eighth Urcot. tf
Ludlea' Sergo (Fellah) French Kid,
foicd. at City Shoe Storo, corner of Com
mercial avenuo and Eighth street, tf
J I'sf rccolved and for aalo low, for cud,
23r, keBi nalh.. STltATTON & BIRD.
Lost. A gold-prlnklod ililrt button.
Any peraon finding and.' returning it to
Uarry AValker will bo suitably rowarded,
wno la iiinai aoca not like smoking
hot biscuit for breakfast ? The Fame
Cook store will bakothem tn five minute
tlmo by the watch. tf
Athenj:um. Everybody gtestoSharp
ley'a Silver Show. Tho finest of presents
wntchei, flour, silverware, etc nro given
a"wy every night. '
Ladle' Hergo (Poljsh), scallop-top', for
from one dollar and fifty cent to three
dollars and twenty-five cent, at City
Shoe .Store, comer of Commercial avenue
and Eighth street. if
Tiik Urle patent mpveablo point steel
plow; ono extra, point given with each
plow. For sale only l.y
BEERWART. OETU & CO..
Otf 130 Commercial Ave.
Notice. All persons having articles at
the Cairo Dyu IIouso aru requested to rail
and get them before the 20th of May next,
or they will be sold for charges.
Mrs. ANN REDMAN.
This U n Intoxicating burcrage or doc
tored liquor, to lead tho tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin, but a strictly medi-
tcal preparation made from roots and
herbs, suitable to any age or condition.
As a family remedy, Simmon's Liver
Regulator Is equal to nn entlro medicine
Parties desiring to purchase or lease
lota on reasonable terms can do so note
from the owner of the Holbrook estate,
who can bo found for a short time at
the offlco of S. STaylbr, Cairo, Ills.
" Wo' have U-en. requested to a ay that
Elliott & Haythorn have now on exhi
bition, and for sale, everything In the
boot and shoo lino for ladl'-s, and gentle
men's wear; and that all their goods ro
new and stylish. aprlGtf
A splendid lusortment of bird cages
moss basket, flower standi", flower train
ers, wjre-cloth for window screens, bath
and. fool tubs, Ac, Ac, just received at'
UEERWART, ORTU 4.CO S,
aOtf 130 Commorcial Ave.
Notice. The next ministerial moating
of the Colored Baptists of tho State of
Illinois, vsiU bo held with tho Second, Rap
tlst Church of this city, on Friday, Ihe.Dth
day ot June, 1871.
J. ROBERTS, Moderator.
G. IIickuak, Clerk. aprtldStuwlt
Thj: W'i.nU. We have Leon experienc
ing unusually severo winds In this locali
ty for sometime past, and considerable!
damago has been done. Yestorday,
nt interval.', very respectable gale
prevailed and several tree were snapped
off.by their force. Pedestrian wore greatly
dlscommcded, particularly tho female who
Lost $J0 Reward. Drake loose at
Ohio 'levee; Wednesday evening, ono
iron-gray horse, five year old ; and two
bay marcs, two and three year old,-, ret
pectivcly; bad leather halter on. ' Twenty
dollars reward will bo paid for the above
described horses, delivered at Miles Par
ker' liveryUable, Cairo, Illinois', t -
apr2Id4l J. E. K.REYBILL.
Casino. Mr. Schloh has (old the
Casino saloon, locatod on Eighth street,
between Commercial and Washington
avenues, to 'Mr; Misner, who will hereafter'
conduct tho business and use every en
deavor to sustain the Casino's roputation
as a. placo of popular resort, -IIo wIll
furnish tne bar with all tho finest liquor
and' cigars, lund keep constantly on hand
n excellent articlo of Icocool lager bcor
Calj A tho Casino when you arofdry;
r GKOKGE STKI.VUOHSli
Cor. 8th Jit. and Commercial nr., '
IN TUB IBUY IIOUSIO
harp Haaora.OeaiiTowelaaua Skill
t lu Wurkuten.
Udie-i'aod phlldrrn'aSelrCQl and Shampoonrd
teiti.er at Ineahopor
AT THEIR f.WN HOMES.
"fid -'"' Ruaraaieca.
BfjfSg ia.Affi movr
SUMERWF.LL & BAIRD
A CAIHO. ILLINOIS.
Are prepV't coDlra'cu for raising or
mTl- hnnn4 nf anv a a nr dencrlntlfin. eranv
I sMuklai Af work m their line.
I ..iwviuaaliiDmkMu-ry-kPBliane for re
lovtager roislabouMS on short aetiM.aad ask
abate of pa bite tatraA
f"85.. jrioqt,"ied irT.
tbatcitv on Monduv uftornoon. from tha'
ofTocts'of belnR struck with a wngon tnKe'
in thu hands of a drayman, John Tracy.
Tho latter became Incensed be.'auio Mr.
Gray Would not ha vo a wugon belonging to
hlrp removed to make "room for Tracy'
dray. Ho fiist struck Mr. Gray
.with the stock of hi whip.
A cafte ensuod between the two. and Mr..
.Grefiocceodc'd in eottlair ike whip. The
dramAb then followed Mr. Grey wltliV
wagon (take, and when close enough be
hind him raised the stake with both band
and struck him.on tho, back of, the head,"
foiling him fto the' gT6oid. Mr. Grey
was taken to hi home, Insensible, and
died In three hours, . Atlut accounts, tho
drayioan had. not been Arretted.
Wo have been Informed that If rj Gray
was tho brother of a Cairo ladyjlho wife of
Mr. Cox, of tho firm of Rockwell & Co.
OenU' Oxford Tics, l'rinjo AlberU
and Opera Sllppors, at tho ' City Shoe
Store," corner of Commercial avenuo and
STROiio-AKD FAT-The tug lately
built at this city b Recti & Mann, handlod'
a low of coal the other day that good
judges aifortod cnul i not bo handled At all.
Grand. Picnic jEprxunpioN, MAivlHr
1871. the fast stcamer,'T.fEkort; will
IeaVo jjtho jL'ilro tvttrfij Ma, l)at 7
o'clock precisely, lnrtho!rn6rDlngJfoT. tho
bountiful gropes up tho Tennessee river,
landing forVxourslonists at Mound City
at 6 o'clock, nt Caledonia at 0, Metropolis
10 J, Puducah nt 12, arriving utthe grove
prepared "St 1 o'clock, where, jtha (.ex$:ur
slonlsts will pnrtrkoof 'thijir dinner, re
turning to Puducah by4 4rtjrvlngfo5
Cairo ut 0 and nrrivjngtuttlGo clockip.tn.
precisely. Bruss and istringi biod )aro
enguged. For full particular n-o small
' iJACK AVINTER,
W. II. SCH UT TER, Managers
Mound City, HI.
Commercial Avekuc Tho chain
gang are filling up the 'depressed placos in
Commercial avenue, and aro making it as
smooth as an offic-feeker's tongue.
I will sell, on reasonable terms, tny
thrco story hotel and grocery building, and
lot, located un tho Ohtoi Lovce opposlts
the Central Eleva.sr. This is a very de
sirable property being close to the new
manufacturing establishment now bciiir.
erected in tlio Fourth Sur(J, nnd U "par
ticularly adopted to tho uses of any per
son desiring a stand for either tbe'liotel
or grocery !usine. Apply, either4' by
lettcr;.or perwnaliy; to . r f -
.!' illUUAEL, HOUKIA.N.
Luck. Billy Hamlin is in luck. lie
secured the gold watch last night, at
Sharpley'a Silver Show. To-night a gold
and a silver watch will bo given away.
TrtAT everybody in Cairo tnayrJoy the
delight of Ice cream, lemonade', and soda
water, during the warm weather which' is
now close upon us, P. Saup has fitted. up
hi rooms at 102, Commercial Avenuo,,
with all tlio convenience of a flrst-clafs
saloon. ladies, ladio. and gcnflcmon,
and faniilie can bo uccommodatcd 'at 'nil
hour and may visit the saloon with "no
fear of being disturbed, by Improper char
acters, as all such will be rigidly excluded
from tho rooms. Snup' Ico cream is al
ways tho -coldest and tho best, his lemon
ado lemonado delicious and his soda-water
beyond comparison. Thoso ''who don't
bcllovo it will be convinced by a trial..
Cauoiit. One of tho mackerel mem
ber of the chain-gang broke and ran yes
torday on Commercial avenuo. M&Ltlo
and his truity lieutenant, Mahoncy, pur
sued nnd finally overtook tho runaway at
the etono depot. The affair created quite
a ttir for a littlo while.
Tue Fknton Corn Mill. Thi estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth street, I now In chargo of
Mr, M. D. Gunter, who having, purchased
and thoroughly refitted, it, , invites tho at
tention of the public to the fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dcaleriand fami
lies with the very beU nrticloo'f corn'meaf.
Ordor left at tho mill or seut throjigkho
posl6fllc will rueelye prpinp'tlattentlon.
New Mrat Shop. M jHs.Jvyui&ton,
tho""popul.ar ;Foirh fard' butclterj his
determined to build on the vacant fot next
to James Carroll' grocery .store, on Cpinl
mercial cvenue, anu open a; brancli moat
shop in tlio new building. Mr. Hynaston
intends to "rush things" and "will huve tho
building ready by next Saturday, when
his brunch meat mart will bo opentd to tno'
public. Ho will keep on hand till kind of
meat, of the best quality, and respectfully'
asks public patronago " f K CW
Five Dollars Reward Strated or
8Toi.EN.--On.or aboutihedeth Inst'from (
St. Mury'.s Infirmary,' a red iiijlubtcow
with n wlijle face, having tho fore toots,
longor than tho hind ones. Any person
rnturniug tho cow to the. Infirmary, or:
giving information by which alio may bo'
recovered, will be paid tho abovo ruward
A BOTar.r-Thejlarget Aow pfjooajA
ever taken frpaa this fiityvailll lentoifoVlf'V
UVUIB .1119 IJIll .1 1" .,..,vv,,, b,vi,i..v.
"John.Gjloioro," .Imilt.bri Cttpt-.-JkMieA
Gilmoro In 1871. Sho will bo plloled by j
(leorgo Clarfc nn& ijeorg(),,,'F.itowbrith,
who will tHkd'note nf tho' timu1 tijejBy
ino oont, consulting-a slvpr wutcli won at)
Sam'SbdfpJoy's Silver Show on Wedne-a
Yoatejday ifternoMi to "rtmalnV of tho
iiniw ojis; wntto wbto loiiowen ta.tno uc
poior tho Illinois Central'' railroad by i
verylareo concourso of citizens who hac
Dsoninis iricnu and acquaintances in lifj.
The procession was beaded by tho Doha
'So'clftl Club, of which society ho had been
n member, xnon canio a car r nee con
taining Iho widow and tha other membors
of the bereaved family, followed, by sovo-:
al hundred ldes andgentUmar, Tho
viubiui were piacoa on uouru niuuri,uuu
tho friends slowly disponed, to pursue tho
calls o-lifa until the summons shall come
Tooach of them to also join tho Innurncra
blocaravan that journey totho palo realm
of thade. At tho resldonco of tho. de
ceased, tlw reUf fous Hrvlccs, conducted by
RoY.Ar.TFoii,of ,tnY. Presbyterian
cKurch. wero of a very
very Interesting charac
a hooio waa-CTowdcd'and tho rev-
orond gentleman ibke for about half ai
hourln an carnesrand eloquent man.
neri reciting vsosaodLof k'Hho inci
dent if IhJ, fSyftig hours of the
dccoastid, and'dcclaring tho bellof that ho
had sccjrod 'that rowrd in eternity which
Is promised to thoso Christian who "die
iinithaJjonl.ti A few1 day boforp hi
death the deceased took tho sacra'mcnt,
was baptized jntq thel,rcsbyt3rianCburch
and liccamo a member oflr; Foote's con
gregation, of which ho has boon a regular
attendant for several years. Peace to his
Just received and for salo low, for cash,
100 buthels Hungarian grass seed.
' A "ClB&u.SiiAv'k." A fri'ond or ours
a well-known citizen nnrrowlv escaped a
dangerous nccldentycstcrday while. pass
JnKX.alrfh'grfl!itB Street, botwce'nOhio
Levee and Commercial nvenuc. When
hu arrived opposite tho finely furniihcd
Wbcr.sbopjofBrown 4i Edwarda tho fu
mouf'Frea Thcobold stand ho stopped In,
and "taklnjr a.cluir,'' wa soon undergoing
,ibcddightful.oprUou..of. Wing, shaved.
by that prin?o of barbers, Gin Hlne. If
ne naa noi aono this it is
probable,., thatr thu fatal nccldcnt
would havo carriod him off. From this
fact a reader may draw tho inferenco thntf
shave. Every parson who shall refuso or
neglect to do this wilt do po at their poril.
and wo wash our bands of all responsibil
ity for their suddden taking off. npiml
A BBAUT'TOr'friotfonT. ltI was rcad
ng tho oth(jr day," remarked Dr. Gum
ming), "that, on tho shoroj of tho Adriat
ic soa, tho wives of tho fishermen, wbosoi
husband havo gone far off upon the deep,'
aro in tliohablt, nt eventide, of going to
tho -umplo room" of'P. Fitzgerald, on
tho. corner of Commorcial avenue and
Fourteenth street, whore tbo whisky is as
fine as ever went down tho throats'of tho
most fastidious drinker, the brandies all
that fancy could paint them, tbo wine
ripe and grapny, and tho cigar of the
most popular brands. Put is nl way a on
hand to dispense tho "rosy,'1 and wjll bo
glad to givo his friends from tho town and
tho upper wards a cordial wolcomo to bis
new saloon, . dlf
Accident. A stranger named J. E.
Krcybill, in chargo ofadrovo of horses,
which he was unloading from a steamboat
on Wednesday night, was soverely injured
by an, accident. Thrcoof tho horses broko
away; nnd Mr. Krcybill was pursuing
on horsobnek ut k rapid pace. Opposlto
the First Natioral Bank his horso run
against a pile o! boards, pitching
him head foremost to tho ground)
and against tho iron of the rail
road truck,' A.'aovera but not dangerous
gash was cut in his head. Ho was tskon,
up Insensible, and Dr. Evans callo 1. The
wound was carefully dressed,, and it is be
lieved Mr. Kreybill will bo able to be
about In a day or two.
AUCTION SALE OF UNCLAIMED
The undersigned will tell at auction, nt
his tore, No. 105, Ccmmerclal nvenue, on
Saturday,.April-2:, lS7Ir tho following
unclaimed baggage from tho St. Charles
Hotol: ' '"''
1 solo leather trunk, Prof. Owen,
murked E. O. Ni? i11 trunk; marked S?"F.
S.; 1 tolu leather trunk, no mark; l sofc
leathordo.?FJ.rR.iNV.;9'l trunk, n5 mark;
F. W, II.; 1 black bag, II. S I bag, no
mark; U Ipatherbng. . up
A1io nlajrgo aEsortjnent of fumily , gro-y
corll,furilitnre,!lreatb!er bed," nnd) on 6.
nearly now Floronco sewing machine.
Salo pcsitlvo and without reserve.
' . f) PAN. HARTMAN,
it . . i Auctlonear.
The Latest Arrival. Mre. Swundor
desires tinlnf6rm tlio ladies of Cairo that
sho ha just returned from Chicago witli
nn clogant jtoclc of; fumipor riiiljinary
goods, "ifcr stock cotnprlscs goods froin
the four principal citios of thu West Chi
caU'o.r.St.' Tiouls. ,'Clnfclnniiti and J.oqh-
vlliaj'alld'is o"lienp, bt efreat variety-and-
.highly fusblpnablo. Ladies who want
lkld.glvopf (any color or size, ,a ebept
as tbey cka. lvoiboight"lnJtjtV. 'Louis or?
iCIncago, may havo tlielr wants entisfled
by calling on-Mr- Swaiidc. " ,Hcr bon
not, among which ure tho stylish "Frou
hShesliro hiCB. Ncapollr
..tstMrlft,1 Svl'm w'fsM !
their onlyjsnfcty lrom accldent'Ton Sixth
itreetls t'j' top into tha lonsorUlniiiggcry
orrfroW nnd Edwirdi nnd c'el'n delicious'
1 do.,U. & U.;,l,trunk, no mark : Ij'twx
II.; I blk bag, Orfa.; 1 bag, No. 11; 1 bug,
no puruuHsg it reaj.y,iusuionnuiturtiuiv un, ji mutes tor itjireynHii'JLy u'
'mljljpr; go,Qdi oT ppj-kijid ..tipsl, .mijm,4pago of n br .Hunt number. Subtcr bors
l- .. t, .
opce, ns .urs. Nwander't gooos .navo own"
'In grout dctnund and uro being oM off vory
1 Rmoi.utio.N4 or RKsrW-Yestordny
morning tho Board of Director of tho
City National IUnk of Cairo held a mcot
tyt fVl r!pVwcijrcinV tnoinro
Jjret atb3luuilor!Mr. tiJ,,it't Vhttc, ono
of tha directory of that Institution. On
motion tho following preamble aud roso
lutlons were adopted : I
WHKREA8,' It hits plcaed nn All-wlso
Providence to remove from our midit,iby.
.the band of.deaWy Scott White, ono of
our beloved Directors, theroforo bo It
Resolved, That In bl death, this bank;
has lost a director whoso placo can scarce
ly be filled whilst we, a Individuals, la
ment a friend whoso memory will over bo
warmly cherished In our hearts.
Hetohed, That weofferour slncero con
dolence totho family and rolativcs of tho
deceased, In, whose, .boraavomcnt wo ten-'
dorly sympathize' ' '
Hesilted, That thoso proceedings be en
tered in tho minutes of this bank, and tho
Cashier be requested to furnish a copy
thereof td 'thu family of our lamented'
brother, and that ibeyLo published in tbo
paper of this city.
W. P. H ALLIDAY, Prcst.
A. B. Savford, Cashier.
At X o'ctockithe Delta Social Club was
culled loordor by Vice-President Wn
tton, who announced (ho death of Mr.
"W h F!c?ono o? fhYrnefnlors and ?uggcs ted
thattho C'pb tnkuiomo action expfestivo of
fts respect for the momory of the decensed
and that such action should bo made pub
lic. Mr. Antrim then moved that a com
mittee of thrco bo appointed by tbo chair
for tho purposo of reporting resolutions.
Tho. chair appointed Messrs. Antrim.
Dunning and Oborly After consultation
tho comtnitteo reported tho following pre
amble and,rcsolution, .which were udop-
ca unanimously. 1 . .
Whereas For tho first time In tho his
tory of this Cluo death has entered into
our circlo and struck down ono of our
members in tho perscn of Scott White,
MloU-M Taut', "while recWniiliii? in
ithisfdiipuitsatibn of Providence an ad
JlllOTlio, "which 'enforces with pecu
liar emphasis tho old le'Jon of tho
uncertainty of Ufa, tho Delta Social
Club, which was organized to dc-
volopo in his community a spirit
01 noigniKiriy Kinuncf; anu tniicommu-
nlty Irr which 'the deceased lived for many
years occupying n placo among tho moat
upright of its business men; and his fam
ily, which received at hi bunds that caro
and ufiuctionato kindness which grow out
if tho'Tich'solI of n'good heart and soci
ety, wnicn Is Lcautitlod. by integrity and
that bold truthfulness which frowns "uDon
f-iUuhood, havo nil Miffored 11 great loss in
too uuatii or our respected brothcr.tho lute
.Jietotced, That wo.heroby oxpross hoart
fjlt. sorrow ut tho loss'of bo true n friend,
and dosiro to offer with our words of re
gret slnccru condolence to tho family of
tlio deceased, who have been dourived ut
oncoof n husband, a nurent and' 11 lrlend.
iuAViit..That th!J.Olub, s -mark of
ro'poct lor tno momory 01 the Ueeoitsed,
attend hU funorul this day In n bud v.
'Risiledl'Jnii tho ,pfocecdligs of.tno
nibetlnri bociir6ud"ut lnni'lh on Lhn rrj,nl
loftliu Clubhand. thuta cony of theso reso
lutions be furnhhcJ by the Secretary to
tho family of tho deceased, and to tho pa
pers uf the city fur publication.
.Arrilinei'n .Wwuilily for Slajr'.
,Scribner's iloiithly begins its second
vojumo with n number (for May) which
is quito rcmarkablo for tbo .surpassing ex
cellence ofits engravings und tho extraor
dinary ihturestrdf its contents. Tho noblo
head of Goo. MiicDonuld, 'which forms tho
frontiipiececrvea to call ronowed atten
tion to' U fascinating story of Wilfrid
Cumherraedo. ' Tho leading illustrated ar
ticle, by Gov. Langford, gtvos nn account
ofaomVofJ'Tho Wonjort'or tho Yoljow
stono"7' Tho district 'described lies in
Montana and Wyoming, and Is pro
nounced by scientific men to bo moro
crowded with nntiirat wonders than nny
other portion of tho globe.- The discove
ries made by tho party, of which Gov.
Langford it 'the hitoriograpber, consisted
of singular rock formations, all kinds of
boiling springs, n mud-volcano, and goy
er more numorous than those of Iceland.
In tho second articlo, which will appear
in June, tho geysers will bo moro particu
larly described. A charming chapter of
"ltomlniscence of Ciarluto Bronto1 is
furnished by hor ichoolfollow and life
long friend, tho Caroline Helstonoof Shir
ley tho illustrations being from sketches
nnd photographs procured by tho publish
er at considerable cxprneo In Ecgland.
Tho other illci'.ratoJ nrticlos aro a curious
paper on tho "Ayo-Ayo," by Burt G.
Wilder; n translation and a fuc-slmilo of
tho futnou "Moablto Stone." recently dis
covered, nnd which dates back 000, year
boforo ChrlM; and tho beginning o( unin
teresting series of biogruphlcal sketches of
"Living American Artists," by D. O'C.
Townloy, with finely oxocuted portruit
of A. II. Durnnd und D. Huntington,
Mrs. Ollphant, author of Mis Murjorl
baiiki,.utc., ono of tlio flnost nnd best of
livin;; tory-wrlter, has written especi
ally for Seribner'a n novel-
otto of romurkablo freshness nnd
interest, which begins with this num
ber, nnd has tho taking tltloof "Noruhj
The Story of n Wild Irish Girl." Ed
ward Egglcston, wboto Thanksgiving nnd
Vulrntlnc stories have proved so popular,
contribute 1,Bon: A Story forMuy-D.iyr"
tho sceno of wllch li luid ii tho West.
''Our Labor System nnd tho Chlneao'' is n
tiinoly papor by Frank H. Norton. Tho
poetry is by Hiram Rich, H. E. Warner",
Sumuel W. Dullleld, and Roweirc. Smith.
Thu editorial department is unusually full
and coiftrilnsiaiilclbs on tho ''European'
Clige"'CotnpitUory Education,'! ''The
iniornatiouai uummissinn," "iom runs lon
er Well's Report." "A Phase of Chili).
Life," ''ThoAftoj'lirratlp.n,, 'Sour
noss und Succost," "The Modern May.
lug," "English Writer Colors," "NlUfon,"
.,'IThti Dramotla Suuoii."J"I)n;,.viulsin."'
Otft.-oidvor deitgn'uy Bu..i,Fivo
. .. . . . 1 . . ... m .1. . ..
win uo wo'i tor .'QWorncoyeriiir tno
first volu1iiu,'tfius lajiiig" tbefomautlv.a
of a valuable llluttratod library.
Pboplk are olton surprised when told
thuUucb Hnd such flno nrtlclcs of jowolry
wero mndo In Cairo.
Tin. .. .1 1.1 . 1. -.. .. 1 7 - I C 1. nnrtnitn.
ITIIJT BIIOUIU VHUJf IlWfc WU, 1.
ry patronago is extended to warrant it :
All who aro curious In such things,
or havo doubts In tho matter, nro Invited
to cxporlunco our facilities nnd watch the
process by which tho rugged rocks nnd
meUjs are fashioned Into thu most orna
mental puttcrns of jewelry. Call on u nt
88 Ohio Levco and wo will oon atisfy you
that wo can make anything you may
want. TABER BROTHERS.
Jurt received and for sale, 45 socks
prlmo Rio coffee.
apr2ldlt .8TRATTON A BIRD.
Occasfonally a boot and shoo maker is
found who it especially good on certain
kindsof work, but Baugh Is good in all
tranches of his trade, and challenges com
petition. Ho invites a trial, and Is willing
to giiarantoo satisfaction. Hogivcs good
stock, 11 splendid fit and workmanship that
Is par excellence. tf
Flour. Choice Family Flour In bbls
half bbls,, sack &c, for sale at thcKgvp
tian Mills. au
Tnn Focrtii Ward. Ono of tho most
popular Institutions of tho Fourth Ward
is Eblor' stioo storo, where ho makes to
order nil kind of shoes in the most worl:-
man-llko mannor. Tho citizon who uses
his goods will never patronizo nny other
hocmakcr in tho city. HU shop Is on
Twentieth street, nearly oppoilto
Tho annual meeting of stockholders of
tbo Cairo and Vineenncs R. R. will bo held
at the' offlco ol tbo company, t in
Cairo, Ills, on Tuesday, tho 2Cth of April,
187), for tho purpose of electing Directors,
and such other business us muy be ncces
ary. D. R. LA EN ED,
Ttie first op Mav, Mrs. C. A.Meyers
will open n grand lunch, including Hick
Beor. All thoso who are disciple of Kini:
Bacchus will partake of her hospitality.
Old King flolo was a merry old foul, a mr,'y old
oiii wat ne ;
Ue called for his I e, - railed for lib br, ).
cnueu ror nis titidirra iniee. ir
Tho undersigned is preparing his delin
quent list for Stuto and County tnxc, und
wilt havo it in tho hands ot the printer
by the'' 1st proximo. All parties in arrears
fur taxes either upon real estate, or per
sonal property at that data will bo. taxed at
v aALEX. II. 1RVIN.
ap-7-d td BiiERirr.
The houso heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgornld, on Ohio Leveo between
Fourth and Eighth streets. This house, if
not the best business house is certainly
onoof tho best stands In Cairo. It fronts
the principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Cvntral railroad depot'.
Apply nextdcor ut Robert Smyth & Co',
wholesale grocery store.
Removal. Mrs. J. Cummtng wishes
to inform bor customers und the public
generally that she ho removed hor mil
linery goods from her store on Eighth
street to the commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth streets known us Mrs. Oswold's
old stand. Mrp. dimming has ndded
largely to hor stouk of goods, and now nas
a c lieu iv sefftonnbto nnd fashionable col
lection of hats, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to
which sho usks tho attention of old and
new patrons. mSIdtf j
ILLINlilS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
New Time Table.
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, the following time table will govurn
tho arrival and departure of passenger
train at Cairo;
Mull train leaves ut 3:40 a.m.
Express " " at 3:30 p.m.
St. LouU nnd Cairo Express
leaves nt 1:20 n.m.
Accommodation leaves at... 12:30 p.m.
Mail arrives 2:05 a.m.
Express arrive -,12:24 p.m.
St. Louis nnd Cairo Express
arrives 4:45 p.m.
Tho lust named train leaves St Louis
t 10:30 a.m. Trader can leave Cairo nt
1:20 n.m., reach St, Louis nt 7:25 a.m., re
main in tho city three hours, und return
to Cairo nt 4:45 p.m., tho sanin day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation nnd Cairo
and St. Louis expres leavo dally ; all oth
ers loavo daily except Sundays.
Way passengers should bear in mind
that tho 3:30 p in. train makes only four
stoppings botweon Culro mid Centrulla
viz: Jonesboro, Cnrbondalo, Du Quoin
and Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m. train Mops
At nil tho stations along tha route.
de)3tf Agent, Culro.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus,
" Jnmcs Fisk, Jr., Puducah,
" Exclinnge, Pittsburg.
" Katlo , Kountr, l'ittsbnrg.
Virginia, New Orlo.ins.
41 Honry Ames, New Orleans.
' City Vickil ur., St. Louli.
Richmond, St. Lo Is,
" Silver Moon, Lnultvlllo.
" Comet, St. Loul.
; oiive nranch. N wOrloaus.
' Colorudo, Vlcktburg.
" Gia&d Tower, bt. Lvul.
nr. part tin e.
Jiu. Kisk, .Ir.,'l'4ducuh.
Exchatigc, St. Louis.
Katie 1. Kduntz, St. Lottls.
Henry Ame, St. Louis.
Oily VUksburg, Vkksburg.
Richmond, New Orleans,
rjllver Moon, Now Orleans.
Comet, Ohio river.
Ollvo Branch, St. Louis.
Colorado, St. Louis.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
Biisiis was a littlo more active
yeUcrdny, but is still very dull.
EST Tbo Exuhancodischnrccd forStrat-
j ton & Bird, 100 kegs nail; O. D. Wil-
liamson, lOOdittoj Rood &Mr.nn, 08d!tto;
Parsons & Davis, 16 pkg glass waro; C.
R. Woodward, 01 keg nalle, 113 bdt, 63
bars Iron ; nnd fuw tons for rcshlpnicnt.
B&Tho Ratio P. Kountz discharged for
Rocd & Mann, 30 pes Iron, 12 kegs nails;
C. 1!. Woodward, 100 pkgs Iron, 100 keg
nails; nnd about 25 tons for tho South.
. CSyTbe Honry Ames discharged 2
crates cabbage, 37 boxs ornnges nnd 2
bunches bananns for Thomas, Green : Al
lien, nnd a few Jots for res liipment.
&srThe J..s. Filk, jr., brought 31 hhds
tobacco for reshlpuicnt South, C hhds, 10
butts tobacco, 20 boxs handles for St. L'.-uU,
nnd 10 pieces castings for Reed & .Mann,
fff?-T1in Vltllolinnt rn.tm .J .- 1. -
.in t. a,.i(l ,i, SI. I ...,1a
yesterday but ow
ing to the exceeding high winds no one
could toll positively what it wns doing.
CSTTho Ohio is still hilling with 3 fret
in thu chute at Louisville, but is station
ary ut l'ii:burg with 3 feet 2 Inches water
llirnThu Cumberland is also falling
with 4 foot on Harputh Shonls.
CyTho Colorado brought 43 bales cot
ton und a lot of hides for rushlpmenl cast,
KST Tho Olive Branch brought for I).
Artcr G pkgs sundries ,J. II. Cilia 2 cases
bun tin as, It. J. Cundlff 2 crate'"cabbaKC.
ami tho follott Ing for reshlpment ; 20 sks
coffee, 01 bbls molasses, 21 hhds sugar for
tho Cumberland river, aud.2J tons for tho
I. C. It. R.
USTTiio Tyrono brought 143 hhds to
bacco, 20 bDla egg, 389 sks corn, 19 oktr
sundries for tbo South, 03 pkgs sundries
for.fct. Louis and 10 do, for Cairo.
CQSThc river has fallen 10 inches since
last report, nnd tho rnto of tho dcclino is
Ci.Tho weather wa clear yesterday,
with only a fow fleecy clouds flying in the
sky, but oceans of dust whirling through
tho streets und into tho noios, mouths, eyes
nnd oars of pedestrians, making a prome
nade anything but pleasant.
6S7Owing to tho excoeding high winds
of yostorday and day before, It was almost
impossible for small boats to navigate.
Yes orday afternoon tlio ferry boat waa
Hblo to mako but one trip, nnd tho Jumcs
Fisk, Jr. tho reliable Puducah packot,
found it difficult tu make nny.
EnTTho Kato Ellis which received
snmo injury up Wolf river a short time
since, is now on tho Memphis docke, which
is tho llrit boat Mr. W. P Walker has
taken out of the water slnco ho announced
thu docks ready fos work
Byi.Tho Arkansas river roso 30 Inches
on thu 17th nnd has lo dot in tbo channel
below Littlo Rock.
B6fA wrecking boat has been sent to
rnlso as much ns posibio of tho coul sunk
by tlio Simpson Horner at Ashport. It
will bo sold where tho boats now lie.
.J"Tho Thayer now on tho way at
Mound City is thu first of the snag boat
that has had need of repairs.
Tho Evansvillo Journal of Monday
says: "When tho Suio Silver was hero a
week ngo, with a load of railroad iron, her
crew refused tu unload her or obey the
orders of tho mate. After considerable
parley, Captain Green Shields, who was in
command of tho oout, was ubutit contract
ing to havo tho boat unloadel by laborers,
when tho crow, who had not done a day's
work from Nuw Orleans up, proposed to
discharge the iron for $5 csch,
extra pay. They wero told
to go to w.irk, which thoy did, and
had tho Iron off by daylight tho next
morning, I ho boat proceeded to Louis
ville, whero Captain Thnmis W. Shields
Joluod her. Upon learning tho circum
stance, ho had un interview with the
United Slates Commissioner, who prompt
ly counseled him to pay only the regulur
wages ut whici tho crew had shipped, ne
paid them tln lr regular wages nnd dis
charged tlm entire crow, ordering them to
leave '.hu bout, which they did uud pro
ceeded direct to the olllco of Commisluner
Mcrriwi'ther to tile complulnts for wagr
Captain ShtuMs wn ut onco advised of the
fact, und ho visited Commissioner Men!
wether and explained tho case, whon Mer-i-iwelh'r
ordered tho men tn leuve, with
tho admonition that they woro liable for
arrct and punlshmont for mutiny, Thi
Is right nnd in nccordancu wtth tho decl
Ioim of thu courts In tho case of Walter
B. Danco, tno.t of tho crow of which boat
wore sent Hi prison for an act or prnclsely
thmamochariictor. If all commissioner
woro ns honest a Colonel Mernwether,
tenmbouts would bo less frequently an
noyed and less frequently robbed than
they are now."
SSTKvonlng beforo last the tow-boat
Gilinore, when just below Lower Culedo-
nli, found It necessary, by tho severity of
tha wind, to lindbortov, which tbo dll
toon at' possible. But tho wave ran so
bljfi ihil even this precaution did not iva -tbera
u'n'J sjven of bur I a -get ot coal w. It
twampad in 10 tect waur,