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THE CA-IRO BTTLLETIlSr, .MI.A.Y 23
AWtDGYUAH, M. !., PLysl-
clan, Surgeon und Accoucheur, tor
merly 01 Anna, Union Co., Illinois, I a perma.
neotly locaied in cty. OFTICK Cummercirl
Avenue, between am and 9th btreela Weal title,
I W. UVSSISU, M. O KfH.
V I IjENCE Corner Mntn and Walnut
vlTlCIC Corner dixth Btreet ana Omo Levee
OKXICB HOUIU-From tun. l 11 m., an
WILLIAM K. RHITII.M. D
tit-i.rf-ir.MfiE v- . m. . . .
. - imininnui nu. ii, inirieentn res
" wasningion. Avenue and Walnut Btreet
orruitw Comerelal Averee, i. mi r.
IT WAIIDSIEK, M. D., C'ulra
irTw"S'1,,."Kr'UK-;or,,",'f Nineteenth at.,
'fh0" "FKICB-On Commercial
from lJT'J! ,i0,,om,c' OFFICE OUIW-
Irorh 2 to 4 pm. ' au"J "P.'J u
Willi... jr. An,. ,
- u. MulSt,,'
Nautuel f, WHrtlerl
Particular attention paid to river and admiralty
Kaami T at winter' Block.
ATT0RNET8 AND COUXSELOIM AT
William It. Ur.tn, )
Mllee r. Mlltxrt, J
Hpeial attention given to Admiralty and Siaara
Office Oklabmi. KmmO anal I
over City National Uank.
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
Tlx fo loving it.uir leave Cairn
FOR NAH1I VII.I.K
on the days and at the ho-ir beluw.namtd
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 6 p.m.;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
LTJMSDEN, Kvery Saturday, at 0 p.m.
For Freight or Tata; apply on board, or to
BIGftS & MALLOHY,
jansC'Tltf 7S OHIO I.EVKB.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
r The beautiful and light draught eteamer
BORSKT .1.EDL.EY Master.
r Leaves Cairo dall; at 4 p.m., a ad rad.cah daily
ata.tn. Hating superior accommodation abt
licit pebtie patronage.
Particular a'tention paid to collection of In.
voice charges, but lha boat will not ba reapon
elUefor the tame until collected.
OTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
P-Arter, Cy.. I. Artertnd J. II. Kittenhouae,
dolag business under the firm name of 1. Arter
' Co.,l htt diy dl.t..lT.d b mutual eonaent,
Chae D. AnrrandJ H. ltittenliauae withdrawing
rrora the flrm. All peraona who are Indebted to
aid Braa are requested to make aettlement within
thirty daya with either of aald flrm. Othereiie
their areaanta will be Itlt with the proper officer
Tha buaiaeai will hereafter be conducted by II.
J. II. KITTKMIOUSE.
Cairo, Ilia., May Uth, 1171. mjlJ7l
The cartnerhlp flitting between Jon, D. Reed
and Hugh M.Mna,o far a the "Iron ami Mi.
ehiaery Hupplleabtora" li concerned, la thl. day
oiolred by mutual eonaent, Jot. B. Keed liar
Hit bought out tne the lntereat ol 11. M. Mann in
Tha atoie will bo conducted under tha namaof
, . JOS. II. HEED.
, ,Tht Cairo Iron Work will bo conducted aa
,ruual under tbe firm came of Reed A Mann.
' JOS. It. KED,
- . HUGH M.MANN,
Cairo, Ilia., April nth, mi, aprtilm
ICE CREAM SALOON
)aBierelal Atihui, batwtaa 17th and
, CAIRO, i I : t ILLINOIS.
llandiomrly and completely furnlalied, will
alwaya aupp'y the beit Ice Cream. ('Jikes, On
fectiona, Lemonade and Soda to b found in tlie
Famlllea or nartlea aiinnll
ed on ihort uotict.
Patronage retpectfully auliclted
DEALER IN FAMILY
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS
AND CAPS, ETC.,
Vjuat racalrad a har atock of boot and ahoea
: HOSIERY AND NOTIONS,
Far aala for Caih at a very low llgure. He alr-o luu
a Sao atock of
of erery kind.
Cr. 6 Street aad Comnerelal ATeane
f CAIKO, ILLIHOI8.
Cor. Poplar and Thirteenth St ,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
(It the building known aa the flmltli Store.)
doing a Oeneral Grocery Uiialneaa in Kirat-ClMa
coda, tine Ton, p ire 0 idea, Oaoneil and Dnea
ruita. Smoked .i I Halt Meat, i'tokled l'ork,
ard. Smoked Heat, Butter, Freah Egza, Flour
aal, 1tlt Viab, Nan. Oaadiea, Stiot, and all klnda
iroodi ii tally ki pt mfirat'ClMagrocerr alora
NEWS OF THE CITY.
ilcn' Flno .Senl Bkln Oaiter., nd nlo
'rnneo Albert, ' at Elliott &IIaythorr'i
Flodr.-CIioIco Family i lour In bbli
ntir tun., aacki &c, for tale at theEgyp
tian Aiiiin. au
MlMe'florgo andKidPolUhabof, icallop-
iop, at tue city Sboo Storo, cornor Cora
morcial avenue and Eighth itrMt. tf
Ladle Serge (Polish) ihoct French Kid
foxed, at City bhoo fetore, corner of Com
mercinl avenue and Eighth (street. tf
Particular attention ii called to tlio la-
diet', mittet and children's colored ihoei
of which a very choice and tyllih ttoclc
may be found at the City Shoe Store.
Who la It that doci not like araoklnjt
hot blicuiU for breakfaat? Tbe Fume
Cook atore will bakothem In five mlnutea
time by tbe watch. tf
IUrclat JJros. are telling more ofSlm
mom' Liver Regulator, at retail, thnn of
all the otlie r of that clan of mcdlclnci
put together. The reaton of thli Ii be-
cause all who try It recommend It to their
. -""a '
Kr.tr Cool.. Rcfrlgeratort, Ico cheat",
water coolen, I X L Ico cream froesera
bath tuba, japanned cloth for window
tcreent, etc., etc., at
BKKRWAKT, ORTII & CO..S,
nyl8tf 130 Com. Ave.
Notick. On and nfter Monday, Muv
22d, the meat thopi of Cairo will clone at
half pr.it ten o'clock a.m., dally, and re
main clotod until tho next morning. They
will close at 9 o'clock a.m., on Sunday, and
will be opened at 4 p.m., on Saturday
night. mvlTdlw '
I do not blow aa other barbera do.
Nor keep my ratora like King Wllliama aword,
Decauto hie aword waa rough I
I keep my raxira aharp and keen,
Cupe and Towel alwaya clean.
rerfutnery, too, of all the brand,
That', made In thl or other land..
Come and eee, 91 Ohio Leee,
DANIEL LtMI'ERTS IIAIIIIER HIIOP.
Hewino Machines. Attention of
persons wish nt? a firt.rl.
sewing machine is called to the
late unproved Wheeler and "Wilson's.
Tbey cannot be excelled for u family
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
poses. All are invited to call and exam-
e the improvements. J. C. CARSON,
ap30dtm Agents, Cairo, III.
Thb Fkxtox Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenue
and Tncntieth street, is now in charge of
Mr. M. D. Gunter, who having purchased
nd thoroughly refitted it, invite tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that he is
ow preparod to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Orders left at tho mill or sent through tho
postofflco will recelvo prompt attention.
Did You Evjcr? "No, I never," saw a
moro cozy and completo barber shop than
that of Anthony Eschbnch, one door he
low tho post office. The room has been
ewly papered, tho floor newly coverod
and the wholo establishment put in first
class order. Kscbbach Is one of the most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barbers in the State, employs courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps Just such
shop as citizens and strangers will take
solid satisfaction in patronizing.
Rooms to Rent. Four large airy rooms
on second floor, in tbe brick building,
corner of 14th street and Washington
avenue, opposito tho new Custom houso.
The rooms aro In complete ordor, having
been rocently renovated throughout; a
wido balcony in front is connected with
them. Prico $10 per month : also, 3 other
rooms on same floor, In good condition,
and will be rentod for $G per month.
The wholo seven rooms could be used by
one family, if desired. Apply to
may 20tf on tho premises.
Nassano's Ice Cream Saloon. Resi
dents of tho Fourth Ward, and of tho
city generally, should make a noto of tho
fact that Louis Nassino has opened an Ico
Cream Saloon on Commercial nvenue be
tween 17th and 18th street, that is hand
somely carpeted, furnished in the best
style, und complete in every particular. It
is just tbe place to obtain tho choisest ico
cream, cakes, soda water, Lemonade and
confections to be had in tho city.
Families or parties suppliod with ico
cream on short notice, and on reasonable
Patronage respectfully solicited,
may 10 dim.
Fitzoerald's Sample Koouh. Per-
sons bibulously inclined, lovers of tho ex
hilarating juice of the corn and juico of the
grape, or malt boveruges, should call im
mediately at tho sample rooms, on corner
Commercial avenue und Fourteenth street.
Uosldcs everything in tho drinking line,
of the purest kind, ho has tho most fra
grant Havana cigars, importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotlo weeds. Fitz
gerald koeps a first-class placo, and has
with him Jimmy English, who knows ev
erybody, and knowa the wants of every
body and who is a gentleman, every
Inch of htm...
Wk have been requested o say that
Elliott & Ilaythorn havo now on exhibi
tion, and for sale, everything in the boot
and shoe line for ladles, and gentlemen's
wear; and tbftt all their goods are now
and stylish. aprlfitf
OUIt COUNT? COURT.
That Anfnal Body nennnneerl tta OH
Koglee nnrl Jndlrlal Owla An lnvl
tiUin t Padncali.
Wo cepy tho following paragraphs from
tho Shawncclown Mercury of the 18th
Wo have seen floating around among
our exchanges tbe lata order of t!m
tf I County Court of Alexander countv. con.
ccrning the Cuironnd Vincenncs railroad.
Judge llrou and hit conftrrcrs have cer
tainly graduated in the school of old fogies
and are thoroughly potted in the art of
"hoto not to do tf." A more impracticable
and tenelct order netev teas adopted by
My Lords and Gentlemen, what would
your County Bonds bo worth with an en
dorsement on the back that they should be
void if tho Railroad was not completed in
two years? Not tho paper upon which
thoy aro printed. Thete Judicial otts
icon to think that it will be a great accom
modation to the Railroad Company to al
low them to build their Railroad to Cairo.
The course pursued by the Court is well
calculated to invite Paducah to cntor tho
rinc for tho terminus of this crcat route
to tho East, and it is not at all certain that
she will not do it. and in dolnc It succeed.
wntie tne lott or tne road to Cairo ioc-uW
e wnoiiy aiKriotuaoi ri znr a lorr-tiomra-neit
or t,btinancy o the County Court.
The .Mercury has given expression to
the opinion of nine-tenths of tho pco-
plo of Aloxander county, and tho mombor
of the County Court are the only men
within our knowledge who cem to bo Ig
norant of the fact that in their conduct
with reference to this matter they havo
grossly outraged public sentiment and
committed a crime against tho prosperity
of the community in which they reside
hach member of that court knows that
tho construction of the Cairo and Vin-
cennes railroad would greatly contribute
to tho prosperity of Cairo, and each mein
our of tho court ha been assured that a
restoration of tho "donation contract'
would secure 'the road. This being true
what are the motives which have in
fluenced tho court to refuse to restore that
contract and insult public intelligence by
the impracticable and senseless order to
which the Mercury refers ?
c know the members of tho court j
desire the prcperity of Cairo and Alox- '
ander county. They havo been Informed
by able lawyers that tho "donation con
tract," made by tho County Court a fow
years ago, was n binding obligation, and
Gen. Raum tho nttorney of the U. & V. R.
R. Co., has assured the court "most sol-
omnly" that refusal to restore that con
tract would defeat the road. Tbe action
of tbe court must then have been based
pon the belief that the people of the
county do not desire the contract renewed,
or mutt have resulted from tho stubborn
ness cf the members of tho court, or from
the fact that they have more interest in
tho defeat of tho project than in its suc
cess. Now, there is only one honorable
horn of this dilemma. The court dare not
admit that they will bo benefited by the
defeat of the road. To do so would awa
ken suspicions that would, we know, be
very unjust. The Illinois Central rail
road company would bo benefited, but no
perron in Cairo, not in the employ of that
road, would rccoive any benefit by the de
feat of tho C. & V. R. R. project. Tho
court cannot, cither, afford to say that its
lato action in referonco to this matter has
been induced by tho spirit of stubbornness,
and no member of that court is so great a
fool that ho can bring himself to bcliove
that stubborness is firmness. Then the
matter is narrowed down tcr this: Tbe
County Court have rofused to
restore tho contract because
they believe that the pooplo
of the counyt, do not wish the contract re
stored. On this point wo toko issuo with
the honorable court. Wo believe that
nine-tenths of the people of tho county
aro very anxious to have tho contract re
stored. Tho court should have as much
confidence in their judgment in this mat
ter as we havo In ours. If they havo why
do they not submit tho question to tho
pooplo for docision? Aro thoy nfrald?
If so, they show by their fear n suspicious
cloven foot. Tho most conclmivo way to
decide the matter is to havo the members
of tho court resign, nnd stand for re-election
on this isiuo. They need not say they
aro too poor. Wo will enter into n bond
with security to bo by them ap
proved, that nil tho expenses of
such an election shall bo defrayed
out of other purses than thciri.
Wo will print tholr tickets for nothing,
aad allow them to uso theso columns frco of
charge, to vindicato thomselvcs. Now, if
thty have confidence in their professed
opinion that tho peoplo endorse them can
they rofttse to tuko up this gauntlet? But
if thoy do, what is the inference? Let
mon who boast show by their actions that
their boastfnlncss is not the outcry of men
who jmo brnve only in words. If the
court belicvo thoy havo givon expression
to tho will of the people they dare not re
fuse to go to tho pooplo on that issue. If
they do, let them stand condemned,
We sco by our exchanges that tho tickoU
to the grand gift festival atOmnha are be
ing rapidly taken. It seldom happens
when one has an honest chanco to win n
fortune in a logal enterprise, liko the one
in aid of a public library nt Omaha.
Connuuial Felicitt. Nothing tends
moro to connubial happiness than cheer
ful and healthy infants and children, Mrs.
Whitcomb's syrup in tho great children's
soothing romedy. mylGdlw
Gents' Oxford Ties, Fringe Alberts
and Opera Slippers, at the '-City Shoo
Storo," corner of Commercial avonuo and
Eighth stroot. tf
See advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dispen
sary, headed Books for tho Million Marr
riago Guide in another column. It
should be read by all. myPdwly
-McHnlo opened tho sowers yesterday.
Thoro Is a hog In tho f ourth Ward
that has hoofs liko n mulo.
Great oxcitoment provalls in town abcut
tho proposed cow ordinance.
Ten ordinanco breakers woro up be
foro Judgo BrofS yesterday.
Tho river has fallen 3 feet 6 Inchoi
during tho past 48 hours.
Tho weather was clear and pleasant
yesterday.. Tho soyoro rain of Sunday
seems to havo dono everything good.
Charles Thomas was fined $5, and
having but 3 was sentenced to labor six
days on tho streets.
Williams' saw mill was purchased by
another Williams, and will bo put into op
Thoro Is no change In tho Mississippi
at St. Louis. Tho Illinois and upper Mist
itsippi aro still falling.
Our friend Father O'Halloran has
been "going" for us again; but wo still
live, move and have our being.
Tho Ohio is falling everywhere with
3 feet 10 at Pittsburg 14 feet nt Cincinnati
4 feet 7 in tho chuto at Louisville.
James Clonan for nobroty and dls
orderly conduct was fined $5 nnd costs
yesterday. Cain made the arrest.
Wo could not procuro the report of
mo proceedings or tho meeting held Inst
night to mako arrangements for the deco
ration ceremonies of tho 24th Inst.
Valentine Reise, tho second-hand
goods dealer, was fined, yestcrdav, $10 and
costs for not entering articles houcht bv
him In his book, as by the ordinances of
tho city ho is required to do.
City Treasurer Taylor veitordiiy be
gan the sale of lots for delinquent taxes.
The demand for city scrip it becoming
active in consequence of this movomcnt
upon the ranks of tho delinquents.
Mary Johnson has been in tho habit
of currying a razor fcr pugilistic purposes,
and was arrotted for the offense. She was
fined $26 and costs, and was sent to jail
for thirty-one days on bread and water.
A fipecial Convocation of Cairo R. A.,
Chapter No. 71, will bo held nt Masonic
Hall this Tuesday ovening, May 23d, for
work in K. A. degree.
By order of M. Ex. II. P.
F. KROSMEYER, Sec'y.
Evcrell Park has fitted up n fino sa
loon and restaurant at No. 13 Ohio Levee,
and is prepared to accommodate tho pub
lic with lodging and meals at all hours.
His table will bo" supplied with all the
seasonable edibles in tho market.
Frank Johnson, u colored cuss from
Africa, was beforo Bross yesterday charged
with assaulting Cornelia Robinson with a
razor, and with Intent to commit murder.
He was bound over in the sara of $500,
and committed -in default of ball.
Halliday Brothers, new tug is named
"The Cache" after the classic stream
which discharges its sluggish waters into
tho Ohio at a point between this placo and
Mound City. Last Sunday a party of
gentlemen with tho tug Cache navigated
vncuu river as iar as unity.
Tho City Assessor, Mr. Burnett, has
returned ins nstesamont for taxes upon tho
realty and personality of tho city for tho
year 1871. The assessment amounts to
$2,300,000. The Mayor has called a meet
ing of tho City Council for Friday oven
ing, 2d day of June, at 7J o'clock, to hear
objections to tho assessment.
Tho Calico Hop at tho St. Charles
last night was a very successful ntrair.
Visitors from Charleston, Mo., and Mound
City, wcro in attendance, and all the beaux
and belles of the city wero out In their gala
eostumcs. Mine host of tho St. Charles
was assiduous in his efforts to mako evory
person present enjoy the festivities, and
nil went merry as a marrlago bell.
The Tobacco Fair of tho Ballard
Warehouse will be hold on the 28th of
June. A canvass of tho city will com
menco to-day to ascertain what aid can bo
procured from the citizens. This is an af
fair in which all ure interested, and every
porson should contribute something to
mako It a grand success. Twolvo hundred
dollars premiums will bo given.
Jack Owens, arrested by Cain, for of
fonsivo conduct and threatening lnnguago
was fined SJO and costs, nnd was sent to
jail for 48 days. Owens cntorcd tho storo
of Patrick Kennedy, in tho Fourth "Ward,
and drawing his pistol was going to shoot
Kennedy nnd his wife. Kennedy Imme
diately wont in search of an officer, nnd
whilo ho was absent Owens struck Mrs,
Kennedy with his fist. After it strugslo
the madman wns arrested and lodged in
Tho County Court of Aloxandor coun
ty have good reasons for tho action they
havo taken in referonco to the Cairo and
Vlncennes Railroad or thoy havo not. If
they havo good reasons wo invite them, or
cither of them to lay thoso reasons before
tho public In theso columns. If they havo
no good reasons for their action, which
threatens to cripple tho prosperity of Cairo
and build up rival cities, tluy must stand
condemned ns unworthy public sorvunts.
Rei.iaulk and Save. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills aro mild and pleas
ant In their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetablo, thoy can bo taken with
out rogurd to diet or business. Thoy
arouse tho liver and sccrctivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off dlseaso with
out oxhaustlng or doblllt tting the sys
tem. Try thorn and you will bojsatisfled.
Prlco 25 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in mediclno everywhere. Pre
pared by tho Grafton Medicine Co,, St.
LouI, Mo. royfldwOm
The Illinois Contral Railroad company
bears, liko a turk, no brother near its
throno, and is now engaged In an attempt
to prevent tho Pennsylvania Contral from
taking in hand tho Cairo and Vinccnnos
road. Well; the Illinois Contral folks
.tnow their business, and who can blamo
them? But If our County Courtbnd acted
as it should havo acted," wo might huvo
snapped our lingers at tho efforts of tho
Illinois Central. If tho court had con
C'.cd to crt ry out th -"donation contract
with tho Cairo and Vincennes railroad
company, tho Illinois Central would have
abandoned all efforts to defeat the rival
road; but tho action of the court has In
cited tbe Central to ronowed efforts in op
position to this enterpiise so necessary to
tbo prosperity of Cairo. The members of
our court are honest gontlemen, but they
have made a great mlstako in this railroad
m . m M
NOTICE. XI MK XABLE OK THE
LLiNois Central Railroad On and
after Sunday, May 1 1th, 1871, the follow
ing lime-tablo will govern tho nrrivnl and
departuro of passenger trains at Cairo!
Depart Mall train, dally 11:15 p.m
Express, daily,! 2:30 p.m,
Arrtte Jlitil, Uailv 3:30 a.m.
J-.xpren, daily, except
Sunday 3:30 p.m.
Although tho regular St. Louis train Is
taken off both trains out of Cairo will havo
through cars for St. Louis, which will bo
taken through from Du Quoin by the trains
on tho Bclloville road. Direct and close
connection will bo made nt Du Quoin, nnd
thoro will bo no chango of cars from
Cairo to St. Louis. Tho train leaving
Cairo at 11:45 p.m will bavo a through
sleeping car for St. Louis. Tho attention
of shippers is especially called to tho fact
that a Fruit Express train will lenvo
Cairo dally, Saturduys excepted, nnd will
make tho run from this city to Chicago in
JAS. JOHNSON, Agent.
An Important Fact. Say what you
may, tho fact still romalns that whatever
may bo our opinion of the Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad, Goldstine and Rosen wa
ter, nt their stand on Commercial avenue,
between Eighth and Ninth streets, aro
now displaying tho best nnd cheapest dry
goods, clothing, hats i.nd caps ovor
brought to Cairo. These goods havo just
arrived from New York, nnd having boon
purchased nt a great bargain will be sold
nt prices beyond competition in this city.
Tho dry goods department is completo in
every particular, embracing all the latest
styles of prints, muslins, dress goods, otc,
while in tho mon's and boy's clothing lino
tho greatest care to havo goods of tho best
quality was taken. All Messrs. Goldstine
and Rotonwatcr ask Is an examination of
their goods. Thoy aro suro that all who
vrlah to Iniy wlU do so if they will but look
nt tho stock which Merssrs.G. and R.hnve
just received direct from New York.
Card of Thanks. I desire through your
columns to return thanks to the many citi
zens of Cairo who have rendered so much
aid in the attempt to recover tho body of
my son, Carl Thomas, who was drowned
whilo returning to tho city from tho Into
public school picnic. Especially nro ray
thanks, and my wife's, duo to Hallidny
Brothers who voluntarily used thoir
steam tug in tho fruitless search ; nnd
also, to tho Silvor Cornet Band and the
Casino who offered rewards for tho re
covery of tbo body. Theso mnrks of kind
ness havo left an indellblo impression
upon our minds which time will decnon
not efface. To tho Cairo Dramatic Asso
ciation, and to tho citizens who havo given
expression to their spmpathy, in behalf
oi my who, nnu in .ny own Doiialf also,
I return my most heartfelt thanks. I
shall ever cherlnh the memory of tho
kindness which In this trial has met us
on every hand. CARL. L. THOMAS.
Cairo, 111., May 22, 1871.
Picnics. Tho Sisters of the Loretto
will tako tho pupils of tholr excellent
school to Mound City on Thursday next(
ana in tasey s grovo pormit them to en
joy tho pleasures of u picnic. Arrange,
ments for a happy day havo boon com
pleted. On Monday noxt, the pupils of
Prof. "Worsening's German school will en
joy a picnic nt Flora Garden, nnd a season
of Jollity nnd real pleasure may be antici
pated. Tho Sunday school of tho Chris
tian church will go on it plenicing excur
sion during tho coming week. On last
Sunday a committco of arrangements was
appointed Messrs. Saul, Bllllngsly und
Carpenter and wcro instructed to pre
pnro for tho occasion.
A Haitv Family Wo havo often
heard tho remark that if vou want cood
sweet bread in tho family, you must have
a good naturcd and oven tempered cook to
mako it. As nn additional aid, wo would
recommend tho unrivaled Charter Oak
cooking stove, which will Insuro tho hap.
py owner nut only a woll-cooked, palata
ble mcnl, but also it contented nnd cheerful
wife. . mvlOlw
For Sale. Tho undorsltrned will sell
at pilvute sale tho following described
property: Four work horses; 2 sets
double harnoss: 2 two-horso watrons:
several plows nnd othor agricultural Im
plements. Purtios desiring to purchase
will call at her residence or at Robt. Bri
bneh'e, opposite the court houso. Terms
of sale, hnlf cash ; balance on six month's
credit, with good security.
apr22dlm Mrs. KATIK COOPER.
True. Thoro can bo no doubt that
Bauglt Is, par excellence, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition In his trade, and aisurcs tho pub
lic that he will guarantee to his customers
satisfaction. His shop Is on Eighth street
near tho corner of Ohio Leven tf
"Saim-ho" Notice to the Public
Tho management bogs to draw tho atten
tion of tho lovers of truo art and interest.
inir cntertainmont to tho little ladv whoso I
namo neaus this nrticio. ano is reaiiv all
.... ... n ..
that ihrt le ennrAsnnttl nml wMr-h fan
oxprcssedin five words, "Tho genius
tho age." A groat intellectual and his-
ttionlc curiosity Just ton years of age,
possessing tbo most wonderful powors,
acuto memory, beautiful voice and cxtraor
dlnary perception of character. Her ef
forts aro tho'o of an artisto of maluro
growth, taught by nature aro not tho re
sult of severe training. With theso re
marks wo leave her at thojugment of her
critics and challcngo history or tho present
ego to produce hor equal.
Wanted. An actlvo man for the posi
tion of Runner for tho Gibson Houso,
cornor Fourth stroot and Commercial avo
nue, Cairo, Illinois. Apply at tho Houso.
Grand Opening. Scott's new Billiard
saloon which has Just been newly fitted
up, and is the finest in tho Western coun
try, with a fine stock of choico liquors of
all kinds, will open on Wednesday, May
24th, with a free lunch nt 10 o'clock every
day, nnd a grand bull nt night. I invito
all to 'como and seo mo nt No. 76 Com
W. T. SCOTT, Proprietor.
Take it, tuko It on, nnd keep n taking
it; rcducu tho doso so that It nct a n gen
tlo laxativo, and contlnuo it on regularly.
It is a tonic, and will strengthen you. It
took n long time to confirm your disease,
and you cnD't get well in it day. Sim
mons' Liver Regulator, if persisted in, will
euro the .nost stubborn liver disease.
Thcro is no fuiluro about it.' mylGdlw
St. Nipholas. Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) nt $4 per
week. Tho houso is nt tho corner of Ohio
levco and Eighth street, a central location
nnd is proprlctored by Harty Walker,
who is nlivo to tho wants of his patrons
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at the office.
Notice to the Trade and Puiilic
I havo an excellent cutter who has cut for
many years on Broadway, New York.
Being desirous of seeing tho West, ho has
made an engagement with me. Como nnd
try him. I only nsk a trial. I have tho
best assortment of picco goods in the city,
and prices which defy competition,
dlw JOHN ANTRIM.
CITY SCRIP FOR SALE.
Ono thousand dollars city srlp for scale,
nil in small orders.
myl0d2f JAMES GARLAND.
To These tho Attention of the Public
l specially Invited.
Alba'.i. Tho barber shop of Win. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth street, is the placo to which nil
lovers of a good, closu shavo with razors
sharper than tho wit of twenty Jcrrolds,
wind their way. tf
Meats. Tlio branch meat shop of Jnmcs
Kynnston, locnted on Commercial nvenue,
noxt door to tho grocery storo of James
Carroll, is now in full blnst, nnd this pnp-
ulnr butcher is supplying nil tho refined
meat caters of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried him giro him n call. tf
Jlime's. Uime, at tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio loveo, Is conduct
ing his bnrber shop in a first-class style.
It Is a modol establishment in every par
ticular, and whilo in his charge all Its cus
tomers will roccivo aourtcous attention,
and the benefit of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
Huae, l.oorala A Co. In the Frozen Field
Tho ico wagons of Uuse, Loomls & Co.wlll
commenco to deliver ico about tho city on
Monday, May 1st, and will cntinuo to
mako dally rounds each morning (Sun
days oxcopted) during tho prosont senaon.
uruors lert at tlio otllco of tho company,
corner Ohio levoo and Eighth street, will
recolvo prompt attention. Huso, Loomis
& Oi aro also prepared to fill nil ordors
In tlio steamboat and shipping trade.
Opposite Main Steamboat Landing.
White A Lynde, Proprietor.). Terms,
52.00 por day.
arrivals mat 21st, 1871.
John Roeh, Chicago, 111,
E. R. Hcmpler, Cir.cln., 0.
W. B A lion, Loulsvillo, Ky.
G. A. Babbitt, Cintralin, 111.
John W. Surlcs, I. C. R. R.
Jnmes Smith, Now Orleans, La.
H. E. Smith, St Louis, Mo.
Zea B. Morris, Clnrdington, O.
Pics Powers, '
Chun. Martemas, Cincln., O, '
Tho houso heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fltzgorald, on Ohio Loveo botwenn
Fourth nnd Sixth streoU. This houso. If
not tho best business fiuuso is certainly
ono of tho best itamlt in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal ttoamboat landing and is
near the Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also tho second floor of tha samo building
suitably arrunged for offices. Apply next
door nt Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocery storo. tf
I 1XCFI&IOR SALOON.
ire nui street.
..1 VA.t Tit- .t l
"m-mcnuurg s saloon is ne
hn i nnu elegantly fitted uo and mnnliAd
of ! J0 flnt wines, liquors, beer, cigars,
"m "m uo louml m tlio city; and F
, ' r' ,uPior as a dispenser of dcllgh
bnvnr a !('. Tin n.,t .u.
o--- "J'w, mu iiiaco.
nnr I .in it,.., nnH iir..Li . .
Alio meeting or tho board of oxamin
for tho examination of teachers, is
poncd till Saturday tho 27th Instant
2.o clock p.m.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
IUJAmVKAM Al. -tVUIIfeJ1 OUp
on. I i - i i
m u it v -ajxt'j. tjjui.ijn
intt of the. Hoard of Al Irrmen and the Hel
m r, on Wai.hinjt.ton avenun between Tenth
r.ievenlli utreet., on the etening of 1 nday tin
... Imv nl.l.il... . - -1
' " Mc npBvn.ur upon me. re.t ami
nuiiiii pr'ii'iTiT in inocuy oi tairo Tor t
year A. 1). 171. the nn..,m,nt ii.t u. .
- ram nr-triiiiriii ii.i nillinmtl l lor PXnm m.l
i il ..........nl Ij.l II ... , .
uy nn pnrues inioieaten until tn meeting of
Citr C'jiini'll abovn mentioned.
Uy order ol tlio Mavor.
' "J - "- IIIJIUH
ltlI.AACK AO. 113.
An ordinance to rentruln hogi from running
He It otd.ilned by tlio City Council of the City
K.rTtll-J 1 . Th a! hn liArtn. .1. .k.ll u.. ,-
"iiiiiii mo umiin oi inci him cilytnndthe own
or keeper ot euch anlma's, who ahull knowing
.litter nr nnrmlr litem at ir. vim a. -u.it I:
fl nn,! t.nw In an 1,1 -II. . ....
doilita mr moro than ten dollar- for each an
Sr.' U. I, .hill l.a , ha .In, a ll.a ..I.I it.... l
ell'll 11 II ' 1 Of th Polk'H Cjnitnhlea An, I .wh
them to tako up all animals found rnnnlnc
I ig within the limit, of at d city contrary tut'
ordinance th-renf. anil pnnftnn trtnm In a.ima
M coat of providing .ucli eu.tonance ahall I
t.al.l tn ft,,. lll... I...A.... . V, . n I t 1
leiiaed by him.
Sro 3. Any .nimal taken up under Ihe pror
" lilt. utltlUBUI..'! IIIHT m ntllU Ut ill" UI11U
inreo uata I mm tno time or Dime take
na,iM, t u,', a. All. .IUICT l.llUi .lit tja U l(AIUU
County Court hou.e, at tho poatotllce and CI:
color, ize, marks and brands.
Sic. 1. Tho ollicer taking up and impoundln
any animal enall uo entitled to chargo and rcc.tt
fur thA ..'IIIIM tittv AAttl. ! at.,1 ftf uih Iw.nf,
fuur huUM thn name mav be. keot. iwrrnlr.fiv
cpm. . mi mnnui : anil 11 .nui. nit ppnii iitr oaa
.nlm.l anl.l K... I, aaw ..... nn -I. all . t u
mala, they null bo relcoaed by tho officer.
Sic. S. An accurate account ihall bo keot br th
iimi-iT in. hihk nits emu ituu renuercu 10 me .ll
ununai ani'i uy mm, nnu nia leea ami cuarge
thereon, and all nioncyn received hy him for ill
,u n i t atinii an tit. . ntinr it i t iimim- in.rpim
Il.lllf.'. M All UMin 111 .1.1 IV. I)A Alll. AB A .nfUl,
aimii iri-niiii, iui inu i-iiiiin nml aiihh Ami, u in
tIf. II. If .1 Itltf nl. flf .nlntili'n.,l..ll,.V..
ela.n... . .1.1- I I .... ' -1.-I. L.1 , '.V
on. ii Aujr pi'muu ninn urrnn ujien nny pen,
pound "r other incloseure. in which anv anlm I.
a T r I. . 1 1 I I -
may be confined or kept under the requirements
uiiuii urmiiiiuci, ur enuu iiirecur or inuirecuy
auioraiwi ine aamn or esrapo 01 any aucn am-
iiihis, ne ur iney anaii lonelt anil pay (O aala
City n eum not iom than ten dollar nor more
limn nny 1101 are tor eacn anil every onua.e.
sec. S. It the City Mar.luil or any I'.iIicb Con
atable shall necleut or refuse to take un and im
pound nny animal known by him to bo running
at 1 trae con nry to the ordinance of the city, he
ahall forfeit and pay to said city a aum not lean
than fire dollars nor mora than twenty-dollars for
eaun auu every utieu-u.
Approved May 19th, 171.
Attest i Mayor.
Jl. J. Hi.wi.rY, City Clerk. myZWloe
QAUL I,. THOMAS,
la prepared o do all kinda of
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
COKNEK COnmiGlAI. AVENUE AMU
bt:i o of IlltnoU, Alexander County, as. In the
ri-uiiiuuriui Aiexanaeruounty. Jiuyrm,
Daulel Arter, Cha-les D. Arter and Joseph II. Rll
i.-iiiiuuse, iinriuera uuiog uusinuaa unaer tne
tiriii nuino of I;. Arter Co., vn-Frmcij E,
Wilson. In Atl.iiilimenu Ueuiand K1U.00. Dam.
Nntico la hereby elren to you, tho aald Francis
I.. U iljOll. that a Writ nf ,ila..hn,an. i.. u- "
ailed out of tho otllce ol tha Clerk of the Circuit
Courier mid County of Alexander, at theault of
' 11 Arter, Chanea 0. Arter and Joseph
ij. i.xu'iinouscnriuo u. Arter Co., and against
the e.talB of v.ou. the kaI.I i' ui.i. .
one liuinlroil nnd iwelte ilollara, besides intereat,
dlr.-cted to the bheritl of aald County to execute,
nnii.il win wrii. has ueon reiurneu mr a.iu snentt
exictitcd by attaching Lot No. eight (8) In Block
iweiuy lour in tint M rut AHiiition to the
Cny nf Cairo, County of Alexander and btate of
Illinois, at tne property oraaiii Wilson.
Now unions ion. tha said Krancla I-!. UM.nn
ahall personally bo and appear before the circuit
Court nt siild Countv en the rirtl t'avof tha neit
term thereof, to bolioMen in the city of Cairo, in
Haiti Countv on the rir.t Mondav In tli. mnnihar
J ill v iiAitt, ivo special ball and plead to said ac.
Hon, Judgment will entered ngainat ymt In
far r of tho ni I plalntitla and the property
I. I ,l IM l,ll ,f. II,. ..m. - l. rl
nillWIICU .VIM w aHk.a.- ...y ntiuo win, CONia,
. JV',,N,(i: "AKMAN.CI.rk.
JtayUJ, lull, '
Pope, IMalntliTa Attorney.
Cilro. Illinois, i
Hlato of Illinois, Alexinder County, as.
a , ' J WIIHU VU U 1 1 .
Publio notico U hereby given, that In
, . , n - . . . .a, I'Ul.UaUJliA
0. , decretal order entered la the above
entitled caure, in said Court, on the 21th
In tho matter of Hamuel Bta.it. Taylnr and Edwin
rarjous. Trustee, or the Cairo City Property,
y.-'OPorgo W. McKetiilo and John W. Trover
On bill to enlorco Vendor' Lien.
nay ol Jmiiary, A. D. lOJ.I John Q. Human.
Maaterin Chvioory for .aid Court, will, on Ihe
a7lliday of Mav, A V. WI, at 11 o'clock in tha
forenoon of said day, tell at public auc.ion to thn
highest bidder for rash, at the iiooruf tlio com t
Inn's. In tha city of Cairo, In aald County, tho t.
lowing described real c.tate. ellualo In the Coun
ty of Alexander and state of lllluclj, to-wl.: Lot
nnuitiered hirtevu (1 ;) In block numbered twen
y eight (St) in I i". First Addition to thenltyof
talro, (will be sold without redem .il0D and a deed
executed to the purchaser) tognther with all and
aingular Ihe tenement and heieilllamonte there,
unto belot-glng. JOHN (J. HAllMAM,
May 1st. 1671. Mailer tu Chs-