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cai roTndnas ii villk'
The, fo lowing r to inera leare. Cairn
FOF. N.IHI1V i.t.i:
on the days and at Ih ho-ir b-lnw nsmed
TALISMAN, Every Monday nt5 p.m.;
TYRONE, Kvcry Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, nt 5 p.m.
('or Freight or Passage npply iu board, nt to
biggs a mallory,
iun2fTltf) li OHIO I.KVEi:.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The, beautiful and Ilpht dtaufhUteamer
TAMES FISK- ,TR
rORMKY HMKBLKIr Maatt r.
l.eae Cairo Jail. MS p.m., Hid raducal. dally
3(,.tn. lUrlnj ioprlor accommodation, .he
wncii puune pairontge,
Partleliltr a untion paid te rnllattlou of In
Toice ciiarcea, but tb tot will not r rpon-
'- ' " " aame onui collected.
clan, Surgeon and Accoucbour, tor
merit ol Aunt, t'nion Co., Illinois, in perma.
ollj lolled in rily. OFFICK-Corumerrirl
Arenue. hit, en Mh and Otli Street" UVi .id.,
r v. uvsxixa, m7i " iteZ;
Vy UiF.NCK-Ooruer Ninth and Walnut
I' f'KJK Corner Sixth Kr--l and Ohio Unt
..FfK'H llOUlW-Krom 1a.m. tr. it m., aoJ
r.i !ii u. "smi-ii
HRHriiBWB-No. 21. Thiiteentn r
eten Wshloj;on Aenu and Walnut Htrwi
MFTcn-Mfc fcoriieiriel Aiinr .1,1111.
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",llESacrnf of .Nineteenth t.,
..I Wa.hlgtAa ,r. orriCB-On torotaereial
ar.,p lWB 1'o.toBW, OFFjCf. UL'tM-
ATTOUXEY.S " COtlXSEIXORS
William J. All!., 1
buP?nl0.14' a,,'D',,)n PJ ri'rand admiralty
OSiaa Ko.ni m Wlalara Uk.
AITOBSEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Wlll.aaa SitlSwrL ', VAiaia. an
sssiasa r. Ullbvri, I '
, PefaattaBtinn in to Adruiraltj and Sim.
OSSes aas Ohl. !,. Kmm 7 aaiat
"r City Mailon.l Hank.
j OEOKttE hTKI.viiuV.HE
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial ar.,
TIIK PERRY UOCiii:
isharp flaiurl.rltinToiroli KnSI Hklll.
L.1i'n.l ChllJrn'a Hair Cut and BhsmpoonrJ
"-nun n k Hi" S)UU1T
ATTULIU slL4 IImuIM
f- s it s tn,v IIU 1 r.
I. .Sl tll . a n ,
MiHwriuuu nunirri ana 11 Kir iyi in UN if a
lific roAnnpr nl Mtfrvtlon KU.itinte.!.
OTIC'K OF DfSKOI.lJTIO.V.
U, Artr Clias. 1. ArKrand J. II. Kiitcntiouic,
ii min4 DU.IDia unaerthA nrni n.mii of n a.ir
wi v. ArtrranJ 11. Kiitcntious Kiilidrawlng
rom the firm. All ptraons who arn IndaUrd tu
aid ftrra arerrquratod lomaV UUmnt within
hirljr days with althtr o' said firm. Other!
hair :cuunts will Ulslt with th proper officer
Th bualaaa will htrflr U conducted h H.
? I). ARTKE.
I J. II. ItlTTKfeHritMK-
I:. II. AKTKU
I I'llm. Ilia.. Mav ltlh ISri n.l.i'.
The Dartnrr.hlD vxlatins between Jo. n. li.l
, nd liiifth M. Maan, ao farai the "Iron and M
hinery HuppheiStora" laronremed, la Ihla day
Is.olved by ratltual ronsent, Jos. II. Kedha.
isbnuiht auline the Intereal ol II, M. Mann in
I le aame.
I The stni will tw conducted under the namncj
y jitH. it. Kr.Rt)
: , Tho vslro Iron Worlc. will be cm luctod aa
I uM under tie firm name of Itetxl k Maoa.
ri IIUOH M.MA.NN.
Mr0' April nth. 1S7I, aprt-'dm
a i in a ; iw Ann m mm
,;CE CREAM SALOON
? ommrrflal irinur, bftrm 17lli and
CAIRO, t : t : ILLINOIS.
0. Ilamlsomelr nnd cnttiDletelr lurniihed. will
'.'etions, Lempaade and Pods to be found in the
t . . . ,n.i. . .. 1 . i f . 1-...
'Families or partifs iuppllol on short notice.
Utronngo respectfully aniiulttd. mylOdlm
IiKAI.KK IN FAMILY
MOTIONS, IIUUTO AMI NHUtS, HATS
AND tJAlTs, tlC'.,
P. u iitai recalrad a heavi atock of boots and shos
HOSIERY AND NOTIONS,
T sUI 1 0 tMII Btt aj J IUW UgUlOs H niDW
. - s . .. I si If. l.aai
D0 IUCK 01'
I af si Vat W
,r. 0 Street and Costweratal Atesjue
t.St'1. sad VERY LA ROE oaah commlaxlona
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.litre OvIUffVUIUKtui VIVIT HUII1V. DMHJU
.1 Willi' i UCU"u. imuiuiritaiwi
S' . ..... ... Ll.J. S... .....
dlton Htreet, Cbl'Seo. Illinois. atirWdK
Men's Fine weal Hk In Gaiters, and also
"i'rinco Alberts,'' at Klllott &Haythorr'
Flour. Choico Family Flour In bbts
nair Dbis., Back Ac, for talo nt thoEgyp.
nan mijis. ftU
Misses' Sorgo nndKldPolishthoe, icallop
top, at tho City Slioo Store, cornor Com-
racrciol avenuo and Eighth street, tf
Ladles' Serge (Polish) shoos French Kid,
loxcd, at City Shoe Store, cornor of Cera.
in rciai avenuo and F.igbth street, tf
Particular attention ! cnlled to the la
diet', misses and children's colored shoes,
or wnicii a tcry choico and styllih slock
may be round ut the City Shoo Store.
Who U It that docs not llko amoklng
hot biscuits for breakfast? Tho Fame
Cook atoyo will boko them In flvo mlntitrt
time by the watch. tf
C'onwlhial Fklicitv. Nothing tonds
more to connubial happltiets ttiMn cheer
Till Hnd healthy infants mikI children. Mr.
Whitcomb's syrup In the rent children's
vilhltig remedy. mvlCllu-
Maiici.a v Uitos. nrcellln" more of. Sim
mons" Liver Itesuhtor, at retail, than of
nil tbe others of thut clasi of medicines
put together. Tho rcaon of this is be
ciiinc nil who try it recommend it to their
Ktti' Cool.. KefrigerutoM, ice chiU,
water coolers, 1X1, ico crenm frccjcrs,
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc, at
BEEBWAHT, 0BT1I d: CO.'.S,
mylStf 13C Corn. Avm.
Notick. On and after Monday, Mnv
-'2d, the meat shops of Cairo will rloe at
half prst ten o'clock a.m., daily, and re
main closed until tbe next morning. They
will clue st 0 o clock s.m., on Sunday, and
will be opened at -J p.m., on Saturday
night. myKdlw '
a. i . ,i . ,, . a , . . ,
AVk fcet. by our exchanges that tbeticket
to the grand gift festival at Omaha am be
ing rapidly taken. It seldom happens
when one has sn honest chance to win a
fortune In a logs! enterprise, like the on
In aid of a public library at Omaha.
Tnux. TaWo can b no doubt that
Baugh is, par excellence, the boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition in his trade, and insures tho pub
lic that he will guarantee to his customers
satisfaction. His shop is on Eighth street
near the corner of Ohio Levee tf
I do not tlow as other barber do,
Nor kteu my rasora like King Wililan. word,
Ilecau hla aword waa rough !
1 keep my rar ir aharp and keen,
Cup and Towtls alvayaclean.
Perfumery, too, of all th brand,
Thai', made In thUor other landn.
Corns and ace, 01 Ohio Ix?ee,
Takk it, take it on, and keep n taking
it; reduce the dose so thatit acts asi.gen
tlo laxative, and continue it on regularly.
It is a tonic, and will strengthen you. It
took a long timo to confirm your disease,
and you can't get well in a day. Sim
mons' Liver Regulator, if persisted in, will
cure the oiost stubborn liver disease.
Them is no failuro about it. mvlCdlw
A lUhpr Family. Wo have often
heard the remark that if vou want cood
sweet bresd in tho family, you must hate
a :;,ood natured and even tempered cook to
make it. As an additional aid, we would
recommeod the unrivaled Charter Oak
cooking stove, which will insure tho hap
py owner not only n wcll-cooked, palata
ble meal, but also a contented and cheerful
Skwjno .Maciiink. Attention of
persons wishing a flrst-class
sewing machine is called to the
latn unproved "Wheeler nnd Wilson's.
Tlioy cannot bo excelled for .a familv
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
pose. All are invited to call and exam-
no tho improvements. J. C. CARSON",
npWdlm At;ent, Cairo, III.
St. Nicholas. Day lioardors can se-
curo good accommodations ntthcSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $1 per
week. The houso is'at tho comer of Ohio
leveo nnd Eighth street, n central location,
and is proprietored by Harty Wnlkcr,
who is alivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terras on inquiry nt the oUlec.
Tin: Fknto.s- Cikn Mill. This etal
llshmcnt, corner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, is now in chargo of
Mr. M. D. Ountcr, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites the at
tention of the public to tho fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tho very best articloof corn meal.
Orders loft at the mill or sent through tho
postoffice will receive prompt attention.
Did You Kvhk? "No, .I novor," suw a
more cozy and complete barber shop than
that of Anthony Kschbach, one door be
low tho post offlco. Tho room has been
newly papored, the floor newly covorod
and the whole establishment put in first
class order. Kschbaoh is one of the most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barbers In tho Stale, omploys courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps Just such
a shop as cltizoni nnd strangers will tako
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
MEETING OF "OLD FOLKS."
Vnl. Henry I.. Webb, II r. .trier, Dffasr,
rxlirr, JsatMli, Hatirortl auil ii'illlain.
There was ii very ploasant rc-union of
"old folks'1 In this city, yesterday, at the
residence of Dr. Arlcr, on Tenth street.
Tho party consisted of Col. Henry L.
Webb, now entering tho fourth quarter
of his century, who located In Illinois
about sixty years ago, and who, forty
eight years ago was a member of tho Illi
nois legislature. A. II. Safford, cashier of
tho City Nntional Bank, who landed
among tho rushes nt tho mouth of Chicago
river thirty-four years ago; 3Ir. Macklc,
of tho firm of Mackle & Co., of this city, a
gcntloman whoso years of maturity bordor
upon arty, -Mr. Mcars, father-in-law of D.
W. Munn, who is about 70 rears of ace,
Dr. Tabcr, father of tho Tabor Brothers,
of this city, Dr. Arter, aged 74 years, and
Capt. Geo. D. Williamson, an old resident
of tho county, although not n rrry old
man. The vcnerablo John S. Hacker was
on a visit to his son-in-law in tho country,
and could not thereforo accept tho invita
tion to attend.
At ono o'clock the party sat down to
dinner, and right heartily did they dicus
tho sVjre of well-served edibles .Mrs. Ar
ter had provided. ot ono of the nuin
ber was too old or feeblo to partako frceh
of tho roasts, tho vegetnble, tho cakes,
the pastne", the Jellies and delicious cof-
fco that were set before them In .neh
Within tho limited i.nnco of a "local"
article it would t impossible to detail the
reminiscences thee "old folks'" dug from
the well of tho past; to repeat tho stories
of old times And adventures they told ; to
epcak of the old memories they revived or
of the life they seemed to live over again.
Col. Webb hsd lived over a half century
nlrnot within slghtof tho Junction of theso
rivers, and possessing a vigor of mind und
body not common with men of his ago,
most retentive memory, and rare conver
sational powers, it was itllko pleasant
and profitable to listen to descriptions of
times and scenes, the men and measures
of fifty years ago. A memory of all tho
events, changes, Important occurences and
tucidents in tho early history of Southern
Illinois, is still retained by him, and it is,
apparently, a real pleasure to draw upon
that memory for the edification of his
frionds, and especially for the entertain
ment ol'sttch n party that of which he
was the center yesterday.
Doctor and .Mrs. Arter were exceedingly
kind and hospltablo to their invited guests,
and did all tbey could do or should have
done to make tho occafion an interesting
Thk Eriecoi-AL Festivai The Epis
copal festival, Thursday night, was unex
pectedly successful. Thu "foreshadow
ings" were favorable; but who drearaod
that In n singlo night, from strawberries,
cream, lemonade, etc., the sum of six hun
dred dollars could bo realized?
The "ring" was nwarded to Miss Anna
Pitcher, as the most popular vonng ladv
in attendance. Nine hundred nnd sixtv
five ten-cent votes woro polled, nearly
one-half of which were cast for a married
ludy of tho city, to whoso cheerful and val
uable assistance much of the success re
alized is due. Tho ring netted ?9C.C0.
Tho barrel of whlto wheat half-dozon X
flour, donated by Mr. Charles Gallghcr,
was sold five or six time, netting an ag
gregate of 503.
The Silver Comet band ndded tho charm
of most delicious music to tho occasion,
drawing hundreds of persons to tlm front
of the hall, from all parts of tbe city.
Tho crowd separated about 1 o'clock,
delighted with the evening's entertain
ment, and assured of tho pecuniary suc
cess of tho occasion, by tho depleted con
dition of their purses.
' NOTICE. 1JMK tablk of tii
llinoisCk.vtr.il Bailxoao. On and
after Sunday, May 14th, 1871, the follow-
lug time-table will govern tho arrival and
tieparturo of passenger trains nt CsfUir
Depart Mail train, dally, lltifrm.
Express, daily, 2:30 p.m.
lrn'r' Mail, dally n:30 a.m.
Express, dully, except
Sunday 3.30 p.m.
Although tho regular St. Louis train is
taken oft' botli trains out of Cairo will have
through enrs for St. Louis, which will bo
taker through from DtiQuoln.by tbotrninn
on tho Heilovllle road. Direct and close
connection will bo made nt Du Quoin, and
there will be no ohango of cars from
Cairo to St. Louis. Tho train leaving
Cairo at 11:45 p.m will havo n through
sleeping car for St. Louis. Tho attontlon
of shippors is especislly cnlled to tho fact
that a Fruit Express train will leave
Cairo duily, Saturdays excepted, and will
make the run from this city to Chicago in
J AS. JOHNSON, Agent.
Rooms to Bknt. Four large airy room
on socond floor, in the brick building,
corner of 11th street nnd Washington
nvenue, opposlto tho new Custom houso.
Tho rooms are in complete ordor, having
been recently renovated throughout; a
wide balconj' in front is connected with
them. Price $10 por month ; also, 3 other
rooms on same floor, in good condition,
and will be rented for $10 per month.
Tho wholo seven rooms could be used by
one family, if desired. Apply to
umy UOt t' on the premise;
Seo advertisement of I)r, Butts' Dispen
sary, headed Books for tbe Million Mar
ringn Guide in another column. It
should bo rend by all. myOdwly
Gouts' Oxford' Ties, Prin.-e AlberU
nnd Opera Slippors, at tho ' City Shoo
Store," cornor of Commercial avenue and
Eighth street. tf
Frank Betnls was appointed ns a la.
borer on tho sidewalks last night.
Tho Committee on Jail havo been or
dered to inquire Into tho elllcioncy of tho
Mr. Mark Pohle and family snlled on
the Silccia, and will reach Hamburg on
tho 27th tnst.
Tho examination of applicants for
teachers' clrtiflcatcs has been postponed
until Saturday, May 27th.
Thero was n collection of It seemed to
us four thousand mocking birds at John
Sackburger's, to-day. 'Iho wholo neigh
borhood was mado vocal by tholr singing.
Threo petitions against tho hog ordin
ance, wcro presented to the council last
night and; tabled. About one h nnd red
and fifty names wero signed to tho peti
tions. Quite a party of ladies and gentlemen
from ETansvIll. wished our city to-day.
Tholadies wero handsomo; but an uglier
set of men novor scared a baby into con
Tho Rov. Fred L. Thompson propos-
s to discuss tho subject of spiritualism,
from tho pulpit of the M. E. Church, on
Sunday night. A large crowd will
doubtless be in attendance.
Hartman's great auction s:ilo of
watches and Jewelry commenced last
night. Good watches were sold for nl
most nothing. Tho sales will bocnntln- 1
ucd every ovening for ono week. '
Another horse-race has been origin-
ized In Cairo, between nn up-town nnd
down-town animal. Occupying central
grounds, of course wo aro neutral. The
race will bo run in the upper suburbs.
James Moehah was nominated liv tho
Mayor ns n laborer on tho sidewalk and
receWod.nine votes, ten being necessary
to n choico." Mcchnn would make nn in
dustrious city workman apd should havo
A dog belonging to Mr. James John
son presented unmistakable evidences of
hydrophobia, yesterday', and was prompt
ly killed. The varment had such a tena
cious Jhold upon life that it required four
well directed shots to dispatch him.
Our cotempotary of tbe Paducah
Herald is ercat) v mistaken If ho over
upposed that tho editor of tho Bulletin
ever oxpected or desired that tho building
tho Cairo nnd vincenncs railroad
would injure Paducnh. ''Far different."
Wo regret to learn that tho injuries
sustained by Col. Oscar Turner, of Bal
lard county, by n fall from his buggy, in
Blandvillc, about two weeks ago, have as
sumed a most, serious form. It is now
feared that tho Colonel will not recover.
Tho trial of "Grasshopper Sam'Jcnme
on" in tho Pulaski Circuit Court, yester
day. Whan our Informant left Mound
City, tho arguments of counsol had been
heard and the Court was charging tho
jury. Nearly all tho talent of tho Cairo
bar was enlisted in behalf of "Sam," and
tho opinion prevailed that the jury would
return n verdict of acquittal.
A heavy foot race txk placo last night
in the vicinity ot tho post-office. Tho
stakes were $1,00 n side, the contestant,
Henry Cuhl nnd Geo. Reino and tho
Judges John Boeple, Fred. Koeklcr nnd
Henry Lattner. Tho race was won by
Mr. Heine, n result which will surprise
Mr. Cu Ill's friends, who had no doubt of
his ability to beat nny athlete in Southern
Illinois in a contest of fleet footedness.
Tho lads composing tho Independent
band pupils of Carl W'iltlg and other
teachers are perfecting arrangements for
a calico Dall, on Fridny next. Tho ball
will be held in Pbillis' hall, corner of
Ohio levee and Tenth street, and will
doubtless draw out all the "Young Amer
icans" and spry little misses in 'the city
Tho young masters contemplate tho ap
pointmont of all kinds of committees, ro
ception, floor, etc., nnd will, like "old
folks," bo distinguished by red, bluo and
yellow ribbons, and unliko "o.d folks" bv
an importance and assurance peculiar to
"hefty" Juveniles. "Wo'il moko her
boom," is tho motto of tho bovs. Wo are
prepared therefore for n "boomer.'
Judok BllOS AND THK C. A V. R. R.
We givo placo on our first pago to-day to
n letter from Gen. Raum, attorney for tho
Cairo and Vlncennes ruilrond company,
addressed to the peoplo along the lino oi
said railroad. Tho General charges, hoI-
emnly and emphatically that the futo of
tho railroad is in the hands of tho County
Court of Alexnndor countv, nnd that,
unless the court reconsiders tho action It
has taken, and revives the "donation con
tract" tho enterprise with which tho
poople of Cairo and Southern Illinois
havo boon hingini; such high hopes may
be considered as effectually killed,
Wo havo not tho space this morning
for extended comments; but wo shall, in our
next Issue, give" plain and outspoken ex
pression to what wo feel is tho sentiments
of u largo majority of our citizens on this
subject. In the meantlmo wo couimend
tho letter as ono eminently worthy of tho
uttention of ovory person4who is concorned
In thedovolopmcnt nnd growth of South
Rkliaiilj; and Safk. Dr. Henry's
Ro and Plant Pill nro mild and pleas
ont In thoir operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being on
tlrely'vcgctnble, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to1 dietior businoss. They
nrouio tho liver nttd'secrotlvo organs into
healthy nctlon, throwhg off dlsoaic yith
out oxhntistlng or dobiiitatlng the sys
tem. Try them nnd you will bentlifled.
Prico 25 cents 11 box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in mediclno ovorywhoro. Pre
pared by tho Grafton Medicino Co., St.
Louis, Mo. mvOdwflm
The KlRlith Annual Kimnlnatlloti.
A member of tho Commlttco thnt as
sisted Prof. Wlrschlng in tho recent exnm
Initlon of tho German school of this city
kindly furnished us the. following facts in
Tho nverngo attendance of the school is
about 65, which fact will assure tho vlil
tors present, that very fow, if nny, of tho
scholars had absented themselves to nvold
tho ordcnl of examination.
Tho first and second classes aro primary.
Tho first class, consisting of 8 llttlo fel
lows, from o to C years of ago, showed
their parents and friends what a fow
short months' propor training nnd dlli
genco had enabled them to accomplish,
Tho second elms, which is composed of
M pupils, between ages of C and 8, be
trayed excellent progress, and passed tho
test successfully. Edith Oberly wat
awarded tho first premium.
Tho third class, composed of 11 schol
ars, between the ages of 7 nnd 11, used the
r irst Reader, and did exceedingly well,
Philip Bnbgh, IjuIs Bossman, Anna
Meyer and Betty Korsmoyer bearing off
tho premiums for scliolarshfp.
Tho forth clas's uso tho Second Reader,
The clas, l composed of 8 scholars, r.gcd
! from 0 to 1.1. Ambroso Fitzgerald nnd
Laura Rennie entitled themselves to the
premiums, although nil their little com
petitors did well.
Tho fifth class is composed of 0 scholars,
aged from 9 to 13. Tho book usod is the
Third Reader. Carl Frank, Anno Gold
stinc, Willlo Kromeycr, Augusta Schuh
j nnd Frank Tell, wero awarded premiums,
ana tnoy ucserveu tticni.
Arithn.ettc is taught orally without
tho use of books. In the first class, which
consists of 22 members, Philip Baugh,
Carl Feuchtcr, Roslnn Fisher, Mary
Funkhauser, Rosa Goldstlnc, Bettio Kros
moyrr, Annie Meyer nnd Edward Weil
boro off premiums, of which they may
Justly feel proud. Thoy woro well earned.
In tho second class In arithmetic, Carl
Bauer, Anna Goldstine, Augusta Schuh,
Frank Toll und Albort Belzncr, wcropro
nounced tho most proficiont. This class
is composed of 12 chlldreu, none of whom
aro over 13 years of ago.
Tho third class in arithmetic is the fnr
thorest, advanced, and right manfully did
every ono of the four pupils composing it
contend for tho premium. The examin
ing committee finally decided, however,
that "whoro all did so well it would hnvo
boon invidious to hrvo discriminated,"
and thereforo commended all of them for
In tho translation of Knglish into Gor
man and German into English, tho pupils
evincfti ft Toudlnoa and thoroughness Umt,
with children under Pr.if. Wlrsch'ng, it is
not such n formidable matter to master
German nnd English, after all.
In tho first class, in which Otto's Trans
lator is used, tho wholo class, numbering
twonty-ono scholars, translated German
into English and rice versa, with n facil
ity that was quito astonishing to thoso
who understood tho timo tho class had
dovotcd to that study. Tho pupils in this
class wero equnlly good.
In tho second class, in which Ahn's
Translator is used, Miss Laura Ren
nie, Ambroso Fizgoruld, Albert Belz
ner, Carl Bross and George Lattner
showed themselves proficients, and earned
tho distinction that wns awarded to them.
Tho third or highest class in this branch
is composed of children between tho ages of
fl nnd 13. McGuffey's Fifth Roader,
(translated into German) is usod, and that,
too, with an ease that evinced cIojo study,
and the exercise of gcod senso and sound
memory. Tho best in this class wero
Anua Goldstine, Willie Korsmeyer and
Thero woro, also, examinations In Goog-
raphy, Natural History, etc., that woro un
iformly successful, ond entirely
satisfactory to the paronts of tho
children. From tho beginning to tho
ending ono fact was constantly
prominent, and that wns that tho teacher
had an oyo singlo to tho thoroughness of
his pupils, regarding that of infinitely
greater Importunco than rapid and unsub
stantial progress. Tho whole examination
was n verification of this statoment, and
an endorsement of Prof. Wlrschlng ns 11
popular and .successful educator.
To tho picnic which will bo given to
tho children on Monday week, wo refer In
Tha meeting of tho board of examiners,
for tho examination of teachers, Is post
poned till Saturday tho 27th Insinnt, at
2 o'clock p.m.
JOHN C. WHITE,
my20dwlt County Sup't.
TonAcra Sale. Tho sales at tho Bal
lard Wnrehouso yesterday woro 35 hhdr-
1 hhds Trashy III. Lugs 1 00 10
rvomucKy iigs 4 lo4 90
" III. Low Leaf. f. hoqO 10
" ML Leaf c lSfTT.G 50
" JII. Good Leaf 0 007 00
' III. Shippers 7 45
" Kentucky Shippers... 7 007 GO
" Common Ky. Piobald 7 739 75
" Piebald Wrapper 22 00'-'" 00
Tho attendance of tho business men of
Cairo on the breaks was larger than at any
previous si.lo of tho season, romo of the
manufactrors of tho city displaying tholr
waro for tho inspection of tho planters
and buyers. Tho prices were splendid,
and tho rejections fow ; and a nollceablo
feature Is that nil tho rejections woro
afterwards sold at private sain bringing
I Th k Calico Hor. Tho young folk.s aro
on tho ijui vivc about tho "Calico Hop"
that Is to coino off in tho St. Charles 1 Iotel
to-morrow evening. It will, on dou'ot, bo
a complete success In every particular.
That tho public may know who to
praise, In tho event of sucsess, and to
blatno In the ovent of failure, wo publish
below, tho nnmcs of tho gentlemen who
constitute tho various committees. As tho
Cairo .Vim snid, onco upon a timo,
"wo do this without having been solicited
so to do, and without any expectation of
being paid therefor." Wo do it that tho
"Hop ' in tho success of which wo feci an
interest, may bo "kept beforo tho people,"
and that a number of our frlcndri may
havo tho gratification of seeing their names
in print and correctly spelled.
lion. Wm.il, (ireen,
Ool. T. ataati Tayiur,
M. I'. Whetler,
lion. 0. J. Halter,
Hun. Fred. Uroa.
J. Id. O.ierlr,
Or. Wm. K.omttri,
Or. Horace Wardner,
l.r. A. M. Au.tln.
lion. II. W. Webb.
A. II. ballon),
W. P. Hulliday,
Wm. h. Oilu-n,
Ir. 0. W. liunnlnc.
M. II. llarreil, k'
('"I. J. Ii. liini.uu,
.Mai. J. .. I'.u.k
s.pi, wm. t.
HainbMoo, lion, N. K. Ci.ey, "
a. n, mm,
. n. rniiups, w. W. Thornton
HUM. xssriB or cinr.vnMr.
F. II. Kexford.
!::'' . iik n. cotter. Mil. Citv,
H m. linage., (J. 11. lltUge; f5irle.fn!
urr mwv roHMiTTrr,
II. Oien lUney, . II. Nnrniftn.
n v , ,., . U'urplo ltihbon.l
H. rnnt; Wake, tlhatlesCiitinlnnliMii.
M. P. Fulton.
A. C. ypPltt, it.A.Hannon,
Jl.t,, W rlxht, II. Deal. Charleston
1 w.i noitan, .MOlhl.l c.'ity.
Cam of Thanks. The ladies of tho
Episcopal Church deslro to return their
wurmcst thanks to tho generous stcatnboat-
tnen and others who mado such handsomo
donations to tho festival nnd supper of
insi evening, 'ihey alo wish to express
especial thanks to the many citizens who
so kindly furnished, freo of charge, such
nrucics as wero necessary for tho occasion.
V ncto so many nssistcd it is impossible
ii givo names, out thoy wish to thank
each and every ono who In nnv wav aided
n bringing about tho success attained.
rmly and sincerely we thank you all.
Jiirs. Uiiah. G.u.ioiiER, Prcst.
Mrs. A. B. Saffokd, Vico Prost.
A Cark. Tho steamer Idlowiid, 3Ir.
Pennington, of tho steamer Arkansas
Bolle, and Mr. Iko Cooper, of tho stcamor
Jas. Fisk, Jr., will pleaso accept tho hearty
thanks of tho Ladies of Flowers, for their
beautiful contributions to our Church
Festival. Mrs. W. J. Allen. Pres't.
Miss Annie Pitcher,
Miss Alicb Lank,
Nassano's Ice Cream Saloon. Resi
dents of the Fourth Ward, and of tho
city generally, should mako a note of tho
fact that Louis Nnssino has opened an Ico
Cream Saloon on Commercial nvcnuo be
tween 17th nnd 18th street, that is hand
6omely carpeted, furnished in tho best
style, and completo in every particular. It
is Just tho placo to obtain tho cholsest Ico
cream, enkes, soda water, Lemonade and
confections to be had in tho city.
tamllies or parties supplied with ice
cream on short notice, and on reasonablo
Patronage respectfully solicited,
may 10 dim.
Attention, Sir Kniohts. A
regular conclavo of Cairo Com-
mandcry, No. 13, of Knichts Templar.
will bo hold at tho asylum, in tbo city of
cawo, tins (Saturday) evening, at 8 o'clock
sharp. Sojourning Sir Knights nro court
eously invited to attend.
JAS. S. REARDEN, Recorder.
To Theae the Attention or the Public
U pecllly Invited.
Alba'a. Tho barber shop of Wm. Alba.
on Commercial avenue, nenr tho corner of
Eighth street, Is tho placo to which all
lovers of a good, closo shavo with razors
I slmrpor thun tho wit of twenty Jerrolds,
wind tholr way. " tf
Meats. Tho branch moat shop of Jiimo.s
Jvynaston, located on Commercial nvenue,
nui uoor to mo grocory store of Jumcs
Carroll, is now In full blast, nnd this pop
ulnr butcher is supplying nil tho refined
meat caters of that portion of tho Fourth
Wurd with splendid meat. If you have
not tried him givo him n call. tf
Jlimc's. Hime, at tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio lovoe, is conduct
ing his barber shop in 11 flrst-class style.
It lit modol establishment in every par
ticular, nnd whilo in his chnrgo nil Its cus
tomers will receive courteous attention,
and tho boneflt of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
Opposite- Main Nlrambjiat Landing,
Whlto A Lynde, Proprietors. Terms,
$2.00 per day.
arrivals may IflTH, 1871.
J. C Rosencriints, Evansvllle, lnd.
J. Ji llrooks, (Jrcenvlllo, Miss,
John Wood, Rising Sun, lnd.
Geo, Hill, Ciaolnnntl, Ohio.
W; Kibler, Charleston, III.
Qro A. Babbitt, CentrellH, u
M, 0, Gore, Gorevllle, "
Thos. Carlton, Carbon,
Walter Hutch, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Capt. .Mitchell, Pulaski, Ills.
John W. Rollkor, Evnnsvlllo, lnd.
G. S. Richardson, Jackson, Tonn.
P. D. Bntevnan, Carbon, Ills,
Tl, n...l... -e .... .
Hut ill , l0,,1 C4moJ ylove
"u ton, black base with wh,to medallion
. ncau, set in gold, will be liberal
ly rewarded by returning tho same to
-U-t. Cor. Jth St. A Waih, ay
cityYcuip for sale.
Ono thousand dollari r 1 1 . ..(.. e., . (
nil in small orders.
mylOdlif JAMES GARLAND.
Corner WAslslnjrton Avertna a ! Fowe
Fred. Bhv.ikenburg's saloon 'is newly
and elegantly fitted up and supplied with
the finest wines, liquors, bcor, cigars, etc,
that can bo found in tho city; nnd Fred,
his no superior ns n dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget, tho placo, cor
ner 11th street and Washington avenue.
The hon.e hi.retoftre occupied by Pal
rick Fitzgcrsld, on Ohio Leveo between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house, if
not tho best business houe 1 certainly
onoofthe. host stands in Cairo. It front"
tho principal steamboat landing and l
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also tho second lloor of tho samo building
suitably arranged forolflces. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth A Go's, wholesale
grocery store. tf
Hilar, l.unmU A Co. In llir. rroxen I'leld
Tho Icowngonsof Iluse, Loomis A Co.wlll
commence to deliver ico obout tho city on
Monday, May 1st, and will Ountlnuo to
mnko dally rounds each morning (Sun
days excepted) during tho present season.
Orders left at the office of the company,
corner Ohio l?veo and, Eighth street, will
receive prompt attention. Huso, Loomlj
A Oo. nro also propnred to fill nil "orders
in Bio steamboat and shipping trade.
(Irani! Opening 11 11 Ntiuday Night.
John School having fitted up Washing
ton Hall garden In fine style, will give.
a grand opening on next Sunday night,
sprend a splendid lunch nnd regalo that
portion of tho public that may favor him
with their presenco with tho music' of
Professor Wittig's excollcnt string band.
Tho lunch will be tbo featuro of tho even
ing, and cmbraco everything tho season
furnishes that monoy can procure, with
Ltinburg and Swiss checso and ice'iream,
to servo ns relishes to tho other' tooth
aoinn etWe&irmt will t)0 spread beforo tho
For Sale. Tho undersigned will sell
at piivnto salo tho following described
property: Four work horses; 2 sets
double harness; 2 two-horia wagons;
several plows and other agrlrtltural im
plements. Parties desiring' to purchaso
will call nt hcr-rcsldcneoorat Robt. Brl
bach's, opposlto tho court house. Terms
of sale, half cash; balance on six month's
credit, with good security,
npr'dlm Mrs. KATIE COOPER.
BIYEB 3S1 Ji W'S.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Idlewild, Evansvllle.
" Richmond, Now Orleans.
" II. Ames, St. Louis.
" Potomac Now Orleans.
" Sam J. Hale, Memphis.
" J. N. Kellogg, Now Orleans.
' W. H. Brown, St. Louis.
" Boaz, Louisville.
" J.S. Necl, Louisville.
" Stella, Louisvllli."
" N. W. 0, Casoyvllle.
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Kato Robinson, Cincinnati.
' Quickstop, Evansville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Idlowiid, Evansvllle.
" Richmond, St. Louis.
" 11. Ames, Now Orleans.
" Potomie, Cincinnati.
" Arkansas, St. Louis.
Sam J. Half, Cincinnati.
J. N. Kellogg, St. Louis.
W. U. JJrowrT, St. Louis.
" JJoaz. Now Orleans.
" J. y. Noel, St. Louis.
" Stella, New Orleans.
" N. W. C, Casoyvllle.
" Julia, Vlcksburg.
' Kato Rubinson, St. Louis.
" Quickstep, Evnnsvlllo.
BQTTho ri ver camo to a stand here yes
torday, nnd will no doubt bo falling by
BgyTho weather was clear yesterday
with an occasional cloud of a fleecy char
acter floating over tho hottost sun imagin
able Tbo Jarads Fik, Jr., for Paducah, Illi-
nols for Ciilumbus, Arkansas Bello for
Evnnsvlllo, nro tho regular Packets to
day to leave promptly at 5 P. M,
Tho John lumsden struck the bank in
n fo a fow mllos above ClnrkSTlllo and
sunk to hor boiler deck. She had 220 hhds
tobacco for N. 0 and 6 race horsas for o
Sprlnrffleld, 111., and n largo list of pass
engers. No body, was hurt, and the tff
lacco was saved' Jrv a damaged condition.
Sho .can bo raised without dlJHculty,
Ve"IU Mississippi Is" falllhg-at ,S"t.
"Louis slowly, as aro nil uppeV rivers ox-
copttho Missouri In tho far nprt''
Tho Qhlo is stationary nt Pi'oprleter.
four foot ten in thoche-
fulling nt Louisvlllo
tliochuto over.sily lurnl.bsd and ofarstoik.
on tho roe -c', c-xl0'- toM