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THE OAIBO BULLETIN", ILCAST 25
AWUM3YUAII. Itt. !., Pl.yil-
cian, Surgeon and Accoucheur, for
merly 01 Anns, Union Co., Iltiiiuit,
.. city. UKKICh-CominerciH
Sth and 9th hircet. W.i.l.
nently locstel i
Avenue, betw n tti and 9th hircet
.n w. iirv vi.vu. M. o
V IDENOK-Corntr Ninth and Walnut
PKlCE-Uorner dixlh ritreel and Olilo Luie
riKHUK HOUIW-From 9 a.m. to 11 ro., and
tyiliLIAM K. SMITH, . J
vv kksidbnuk .io. i inirteenlli reo
tweon Washington Avenuo nl Walnut Street
OrTOK- He Cometrlsl Ateier.t, Mrir
TJf WAKDA'Elt, M. 1M Cairo
".KKMIUKWUK-Uomer of Nineteenth St.,
and Waablgton ave. OFKICE On Commercial
c, over the Postoffice. OFFICE SOUKS
irom m mwu m,, (Hundays excepted an4
from it to A pm. ' p 1
A COUNSELLORS AT
Willi... j. All..;
Particular ell.oijon paid to river and admiralty
Rse T V Wlater Block.
Q.KEEN CULBEUT, ..
AITORXEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
William II. Urim, )
a?.'."1".? J?. """ t A0, ILL.
Miles) . Ulllierl, j
Hpeclal attention given to Admiralty and Steam.
Office on Ohio Levee. Ilooma 7 nd .
over City MallonMl Hank.
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
The fo lowing steirneri leave Cairo
on the days and at the hoir below-named
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 0 p.m. j
TYRONE, Every Thurdmy, at 0 p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, at 6 p.m.
For Frelf at or Passsf a apply cn board, or to
laaasTllf 75 OHIO I.EV'BK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
TbeWMtlful and light draught steamer
JAMES FISK- JE
BOMEV HMESL.ET Maattr.
Leaves Cairo daily at I p.m., aad Paducah dally
of. t a.m. HaTlnc aopsjrf or accommodations the
'. wicus public patronage.
I Particular a'tention paid to collectlou of In.
'j voice charge, but the boat will not be reipon-
f alblefor the earn until collected.
OTICE OF DINfiOXCTIOX.
The r.artnfrhln hr.Lnfnr. i.nn. v.i.
II. Arter Chat. D.Arter and J. II. Kliitnhouir.
dnln bu.lnet under the Arm name of V. Arter
my-'ir w oay ni.iita t lautual content,
f p'AnerandJ II. Illitenhoutv withdrawing
L 'm rm. ail pertont wno are iodeliiril to
, aald rlrm arereoeted to makr tettlrmrnt within
I thirty day with either or aald Arm. Oiherl.e
I the raiOUnta Will be leit with lh nrnn.r nff.r
I for collection. '
The bU'lneet mil hereafter be conducted by V.
C. P. AHI KR,
J. II. HITTEMfOL'rtE.
Cairo, lilt., Mir 11th. U71. myl17t
"I Ttifc n.rfnar.hiti . I. liner )i.l.un In. It ffA..l
i D'lllURhM.I'io,iwfra the "Iron 'and Mi.
Vlehinery Suppliee Store" isroncrrnnl. It Ihlt day
11 Hi., nlm .. mmii.1 fn. It U I k . J
msDougai ou.ine meinureaioi u. 31, JUann in
The atoi will bo conducted under the named
JOS. II. HEED.
The Cairo Iron Worki will be cnJuclisl a
urnial under the Arm nam of Reol a Mana.
J(M. It. REED,
Cairo, Ilia., April ioth, 1MI, aprXlin
iru i lltam cai nr.M
r tiji vjiiinii uni i n 1 1 w
1 OoBnaerriU Awee,jeWw irtk aaa
v. IIAnil.onielr atiil Mm. . ..l.l...l Ull
It ilways aupp'y the beat Ice Cream. Cakea, Gn
Bil'ections, Lemonade and Koda to be found in the
n rainiur or panien nuniillf.1 on
J i)atronK reipectfully aniicitrd.
DEALER IN FAMILY
v(OTIO.S, HOOTS ASI) SHOES, HATS
A AND CAPS, ETC.,
i lu itvcuou near) s lock of boot ni ftiof
f' HOSIERY AND NOTIONS,
or ale for Ceah at a very low figure. Ho ul.o tins
of every kind.
, 6 Street and Commercial Avenne
I I M
Cor. Poplar and Thlrtceatk St ,
liinrv ii i iMntc
I fin the liuueine Known mm the Hmlth Ktnt. 1
.l.i IV . Il.nUF.I I1MUIA.V Ullli.A. . n ?,.-, fl ..
da.dua Vnt, ura Onfee. Canned and Dried
it, SiiDlcad i.i I H lit Meixt, 1'iokled 1'ork.
I JlTI'kl'All ItAAf. RllttA P..tl I.,..... tflnna
., lilt Kith, NdM, Ca i Ilea, Hnot. and all kinda
iim if uiuy ,i iwHrRi.Qiaaairroverv atoro
rib It 8 ntTitf i u
' JEWS OF THE OTTY '
' " J V XI.
Tiio woatlmr wa clear yotorday.
Tho rlvor Is fulling two feist ior dHy,
and Ii thrco fect below tlio lialf-way bark.
Men's Kino Seal Bkln Gftltors, nnd alio
"Prlnco AlborU," at Elliott &Hny thorn'".
Quito a number of our citizens aro
engaged at tbo work of Improving and
beautifying tlielr homoiteads.
James Guiding got Into the "weaving
way" yesterday, and will atone by eight
day's servlco on tlio streots.
Gents' Oxford Ties, Prince Alberts
and Opera Sllppen, at tho ' Cltv fihon
Store," corner of Commercial avenue and
Eighth street. tf
The editor of the Now Orleans Stand
ard, Jet black African, was In tho city
yesterday, th guest, we understand, of the
Jc.rentn.9 Sun man.
The steamer T. J?. Eckert will make
two trips to Mound City on Decoration
day, leaving Cairo at 9 and 11 o'clock, a.m.
Faro for tho round trip 50 cents. m2Ctd
Pjrtlcular attention is called to tho la-
dies', mines and children's colored shoes,
of which n very cholco and stylish stock
may bo found at tho City Shoo Store.
-Several hogihcuds of sipewater
appeared and disappeared, during tho
pkt week, without cicltlng our I'uducah
cotemporuiics to tho perpetration of a sin
The alarm of 2rc that was rune out
about 1 o'clock yesterday morning was on
account of the burning of tho dry leaves
and twigs of an arbor erected by tho col
ored pcoplo near Shores' church.
Vi'k have been requested to sav that
Elliott & Haythorn havo now on cxhilji-
tion, nnd for sale, everything in tho boot
and shoo lino for ladies, and gontlemcn's
wear; and that all their goods aro new
an styliib. nnrlitf
Miss Ida Ilnrrell will recclvo a few
more pupils for instruction in the theory
and practice of piano music. Uso of in
strument furnishod If desired. For tcrmsi
etc., apply at 302 Washington avenue. 2t
A negro man who camo up from Nor
folk yesterday morning, says that about two
miles below DIrd's Point he saw the dead
body of a man in the river floating near
the shore. The clo indicated that ho
was a deck hand.
Tho Cairo raptr is tho only paper
published in this city on Monday morn
ing. It Is, tberoforo, an especially desira
ble medium for parties wishing to an
nounce sales, shows, auctions, concerts, etc.,
that arc to tako placo any time during
Mrs. MonsArrat, well knownTas a vo
calist of rare accomplishments, yielding
to the solicitations of numerous friends
has consented to civo a concert, in tho
Atbenirum sotnctlmu during tho cominq
week. Sho will bo assisted by our best
homo talent and oporntlc artests from Ev
nnsvllle, Indiana. Details will bo made
public in due season,
The Sun is informed of an attempt on
tho part of a Well-to-do merchant, near
Cairo, to tHrvo his wife to death that ho )
mlcht marry his servant girl. Tho mer
chant was. arrested ; tho affair created
great excitement in tho neighborhood, yet
tho .Vim tenderly suppresses tho monster's
name. Out with it, that the public may
visit upon him the indignation he deserves.
We shall publish to-morrow a lengthy
article from the St. Louis Journal of Cvm
mrrf, entitled: "Cairo Its Early his
tory, Manufacturing Facilities, etc." The
rtlclo is well written, and deals justly
with tho subjects upon which it treats.
Orders for extra numbers of the paper
should be left at tho counting room of our
ofBco during the forepart of the day.
The contract for filling and grading
tho grounds of tho new Custom Douse, was
let, yestorday.'lo Mr. O'Brien, of Paducah,
at 60 cents per cubic yard, measured in
tho fill. "We perferrcd thut a Cairo man
bould get this job; but since O'Brien is
tho lucky man, it is about tho samo thing.
Ho will tako such n iancy to Cairo, beforo
ho gets through, that ho will be euro to
locale hero permanently.
Tho T. V. Kckcrt returned from tho
Cumberland rivor yesterday. Sho went
up to raiso tho Lumsdcn, but met that
steamer at Clurksvlllc, coming out. Tho
rapid fall of tho river, and tho uso of her
pumps and a lighter cnablod her to raiso
horsclf bofnro tho EclArt's arrival. All
but sixty hogsheads of tho tobacco on
board tho Lumsdcn wore sold at Clarks
villo, at an average of $23 per hognhead.
A number of youngsters engaged in
a gnmo of baso ball, on tho cast slJo of
tho city ycslorday,thatbroko up in a row.
A disputo aroso about a mattor upon
which baso-ball writers havo not been
vory explicit, and theboya being unablo
to setylo tho difference othorwiso, com
monced pulling ono another's hnir, tearing
clothos and flinging clods, in a manner
quito frlgthful to contomplato. Hostilities
wero snspended at, tho euggestion of a
passer-by; so tho difference remains to
provoko a light anothor day.
The crowd in attendanco at the fu
neral of llttlo Carl Thomas, yostorday, was
of a character to assure Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas that they havo tho sympathy of
our entire community. Tho Bough and
Beady flro company, tho Cairo Casino,
tho German Dramatic Society and Cairo
Silver Cornet band, of all of which organ
isations Mr. Thomas h a member, wore
"oil represented, and tho German school,
of which llttlo Carl was a pupil, wero
proient in a body. Tho funeral ssrmon
was pronounced by tho Buv. Mr. Helblg,
and is spoken of as an able an alTrcting
,V. -. fTtu- - l- - I .1 rl I -
j u..uuu,.a. xuo ai'iiiKii cmiurnn sunt; nil
. approprlnto song, and pnnlng nround ihu
j collin of their Into achootm-iti', plumed upon
It thu tribulo of bountiful Cowers. Tho
remain were accompanied to the cars by
it largo concourao of citizens, including the
German school, and at 1! o'clock tho train
started for Villa Bidge, whero tho llttlo
body was put away to Its final rest.
Quito an exciting boat roco camo off
yesterday between a llttlo sail boat with
an unpronounceable natno, bolonglng to
the telegraph company, and tho yatch
with no name, belonging to parties at tho
stono depot. Tho smaller boat was doi
tcrously handled by a telegraph operator,
and a wharfboat clerk, making "tacks" for
which tho yatch, which kept plowing di
rectly onward, scorned unprepared. Just
at a very critical moment, whoa ylctory
seemed ready to perch on either sail, tho
mast of fio yatch "went by the board,"
and thus disabled, tho smaller craft mag
nanimously towed her to tho shore.
Tho trial of Ilaloy, for the murder of
Harrington, brought to Mound City br
change of venue from Massac county,
was put on trial Tuesday, and when our
Informant lctt Mound City yesterday even
ing the work of cmpanncling a jury hnd
not been concluded. Tho trial ot thocaso
will consumo the balnnco of tho week.
Over sixty witnesses aro present from Me
tropolis. Judge Allen will conduct tho
prosecution, and Judgo Green appear for
tho defense. Present indications induce
tho belief that about ono half of tho town
of Metropolis will bo in attendanco beforo
tho trial it concluded-
Citizens who own anything worth
stealing cannot be too careful in tho mat
ter of hiring strango house-servants. A
negro woman, named Eliza Hnll, obtained
employment in the family of a Leveo
merchant, who is known to bo a goritlu-
man well.to-do in the world, and, during
tho night succeeding her employment,
oponcd the doors of tho houso to a confed
erate, and the two straightway commenced
tho work of plunder. Every family that
has a dishonest servant In its employ, is
liable to bo plundered in tbo samo manner.
Tho doors may bo opened to confederates,
tho houso may be gutted of its valuables,
and if the servants havo sent enough to
remain and deplore the loss, sho will be
apt to pass unsuspected. Wo repoat,
therefore, that too much caro cannot be
oxercisod in the employment of strango
servants, especially colored ones, who, liko
Eliza Hall, make loud professions of piety,
and wear you out singing :
"Shall 1 be carried to the title?,
On flow rry beda of eiue ;
Whilat othera fight to win the price
And ail through bloody aea."
Johnhon's Circub. Wo givo placo
elscwhero to tho advertisement of James
T. Johnson's United Circus, which will
glvo an exhibition in Cairo on Friday
evening, Mtli inst. Besides tho feats of
equestrianism, tho vaulting, tumbling,
double somersaulting, etc., Mr. Johnson
will introduce into tho ring a number of
trained animals, whoso performances will
not fail to excite tho ndmiration nnd won
der of every beholder.
Wo nro assured that tho show is worthy
of patronage, nnd hopo for Perry Power's
saki, if for no other reason that tho can
vass will bo well tilled. Only one exhibi
tion will bo given, to-wit; on Friday even
ing. Get your half dollars ready, and
lot's glvo Perry "a bumper." It
Decokatiok Dat. Tho coromony of
decorating tho soldior's graves in the Na
tional cemetery at Mound City, will tako
placo on Tuesday, May 30th. For tho ac
commodation of tho large number of cit
izens of this city who propose to attend,
arrangements havo been mado with tbo
steamer A. Baker to mako two trips dur
ing tho day, carrying all adult persons for
50 cents each, and children under ton
years of age, frco. Tho boat will leave tho
foot of Eighth street at 8 o'clock a. m., and
12 o'clock in., promptly. All persons who
desiro to go should bo on board at that
my25td J. B. HUDSON, Master.
Fitzoeuald's Samtle Booms. Per
sons bibulously inclined, lovers of the cx
hilorating Juico of tho corn and Juico of tho
grapo, or malt beverages, should call im
mediately at tho samplo rooms, on corner
Commercial avenuo und Fourteenth stroet.
Besides everything In tho drinking line,
of tho purest kind, ho has -tho most fra
grant Havana cigars, Importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds. Fitz
gerald keeps a first-class place, and has
with him Jimmy English, who knows ev
erybody, and knows tho wants of every
body and who is a gentleman, every
inch of him.
lv you desiro a mild, pleasant, safo and
agrcoablo Cathartic, which will causo
nelthor nausea or griping pains, uso na
turo's remedy. 11 ELM HOLD'S GBAPE
PILLS. They aro purely vegetable, thoir
componont parts being Catawba Grapo
Juico and Fluid Extract Rhubarb. Should
you desiro a brilliant comploxion, youth
ful appearanco, now life, now, fresh blood
and renowed vigor, uso Hki.miiold'b
An Advantaok. A great advantugo
possessed by tho Charter Oak Stovo is that
owing to its capacity and draft, you can
burn almost any kind of wood, and, on
account of its substailco and retention of
heat, you can run it with greenwood aftor
it is houtod, by having a small amount of
Thoso having to preparo fuol for ordin
ary small stoves will oppreclate'this ad
A Dauk Prockkdi.vo John Jon -
mugs, who was tho subject of a phllllpplo
thundor.d upon his dovottd head from
hi- pulpit of tho Rev. Thomas JoftVson
Shores, was brought beforo 'qu.lro
uross yesterday morning nnd fined f40
, f 'r diturbirg a rolUtous gathering. 1.
j fund nut In evidence that Mr. Junn'i '
"f"1" In hit place and Interrupted the ii.--
course of the minister, whereupon Deacon
Van Vaxtor as In duty bound attempted
to expel Jennings from tho sacrod pre
cincts of tho church building. Jennings
retlstod expulsion, and drow tt razor and
swiped Van Vaxter across tho fingers
therewith, slashing open tho flesh to the
very bono. When tho 'Squlro nsked Jen
nings if ho had any questions to propound
to tho witness, ho promptly replied that
ho had, and turning tho witness ho said:
"You know, sir, that Mr. Shores attacked
my character. Ho mado mo out lower
than a coon, than a hog, than a 'posium.
You know that I 'demonsratcd' against
such assallmeut, and said that I was a free
man, arid was not a coon, nor n 'possum
nortt bog nor si beait of any kind ; and
that Elder Shores was neither proacblng
tha gospel nor tailing the truth when he
said I was any of them beast: ; and then
Elder Shores, he criod out in a loud voice:
'Deacon Vaxter, expulgafe thnt man from
my prcsoncc,' and I said John Van Vax
ter, don't you try it. I'm here In tlio
peaco of tho law, and shall stand tho Im
punities, and John Van Vaxter did try It,
and then I cut him. If your honor plcaso
that's all ,ho question I want to ux tho
witness, and I want him to answer it rx
tinctly." John Van Vaxter wa about to enter
upon a stump speech in reply, when tho
'Squire cut him short, and thus deprived
tho crowd of ''nut to crack" thnt would,
no doubt, havo been keenly rolUhed. Mr.
Jennings not having ?40 about his habili
ments, wherowlth to pay tho "legal exac
nction,'' was sent to Mcllalo'shcadquartors
to work out tho amount a member of
tho street gang.
Child Beating. A woman living in
tho upper part of tho city, was arrested
and taken before Squire Bross yesterday
morning for cruolly boating hor littlo
daughter. The evidence developed tho facts
that tho child was living in tho family of
a gentleman in tho upper part of tho city
that the mothor took it away from its now
home, and beat it so severely and inhu
manly that it is feared tho littlo creuturo
is permanently injured. Wo are informed
that tho infuriated woman knocked tbo
child's head against a fence, pulled its. hair
and beat and slapped it until sheor ex
haustion compelled her to desist. Tho lit
tlo girl shortly afterwards managed to es
cape from its mother, and returned to its
new home, whore, wo learn, it lies under
tho treatment of a physican. Tho woman
was fined $10 and costs ; and as hor treat
ment of tho child shows that sho Is unfit
to bo charged with tho care of it, tho
County Judc has determined, wo under
stand, to "bind it out."
Rooms to Rent. Four largo airy rooms
on second floor, in the brick building,
cornor of 14th street and Washington
aveuue, opposite tho new Custom house.
Tho rooms aro in complete order, having
ueen recently renovated inrougnout; a
wido balcony in front is connected with
them. I'rico $10 per month ; also, 3 other
rooms on samo floor, In good condition,
and will bo rented for $C per month.
Tho whole seven rooms could bo used by
ono family, if desired. Apply to
may 20tf on tho premise.
Saitiio. Wo copy tho following from
tho Philadelphia BatVy I'ro'i "Wo saw
'The Sappho' as Sir Peter Teuzlo In tho
quarrol scenes from Shorldan's 'School lor
Scandal.' This is, without exception, tho
most extraordinary pcrformanco which
has ever been presented to the public. No I machine, or for light manufacturing pur
child of ten years of ago has over at- poses. All aro invited to call and ciam-
tcmpted tho roles that tho Sappho chal
lenges tho lady artistes of tho profession
toexcol her in."
Did You Evkr? "No, I never," saw a
moro cozy and complete barbor shop than
that of Anthony Eschbach, ono door be
low tho post office. Tho room has beon
nowly papered, tho floor newly covered
nnd tho wholo establishment put in flrst
clnss ordor. Eschbach is ono of tho most
experienced, skillful nnd accommodating
barbers in tho State, employs, courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps Just such
a shop as citizens nnd strangers will tako
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
The Fknton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commorclal avonuo
nnd Twentieth Btroct, is now in chargo of
Mr. M. D. Guntcr, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invitos tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that ho is
now prepared to furnish dcalors and fami
lies with tho very best articloofcorn meal.
Orders left nt tho mill or sent through tho
postofllco will rccoivo prompt attention.
A Cure Guaranteed. Kress' Fevor
Tonic is unlvorsally recognized as tho host
medicine extant for tho curso of fovors.
It is for sale by P. G. Schuh, druggist,
two doors south of tho postofllce, and ho
guarantees all who buy from him that it
will cure chills nnd fovors. If it does not
euro Mr. Schuh agrees to return tho
money. Can anything bo fairer than
The LWor is moro frequently tho scat
of disease than is gonally supposed, for
upon Us regular action doponds, in a groat
measure, tho powors of tho stomach, bow
els, brain tnti tho wholo norvous system.
Bcgulato that Important orgnn by taking
Simons' Llvor Regulator, and you provont
most of tho diseases that flesh is hoir to.
I A .vr.ono woman named Eliza Hall, who
I profmscd great piety, and whs ono of tbo
number who was to receive tho rites of
btiptlsm, list Sunday, was arrested yester
day morning, at tbo Instnnco of Mr. Her-r-sn
Mcyor who hud, nn y a day or two
JJ, glvun hernmploymnnt bs it h" '
lit. S.'mntirr.c bofuro daylight jn
- 'iy morning E'.za admlttvd a mnlo
confederate Into Mr. Ms dwelling, and
tlio two commenced plundering tho
premises. Thoy carried off sovoral artl
clos of clothing belonging to Mrs. M., and
broko into n trunk belonging to a servant
girl and appropriated a portion of its con
tents also, and then started out on foot
lor Mound City. Joo Arnold being In
formed of tho facts, mado pursuit, and
succcdcd In overhauling tho fugitives
about threo milos abovo tho city. Tho
woman, whtlo about a quarter of a mllo
ahead recognized Joo's hat, and dodged
off into tho woods, hoping that ho would
looso sight of them, but the dodge fulled.
Eliza and her confedorato vrero brought
back, nnd squlro Bross bound them over
In tbo sum of $300 to onswer beforo tho
circuit court. Being unablo to givo the
security required thoy were committed to
tho care of tho vigilant Richard, who
furnishes board and lodging for such poo
plo in tho basement of tho court house.
As Eliza has laid herself liable to two in
dictments for larceny, sho Is quito sure of
a "ticket-uf-lcavo" for a year or more for
Notice to tub Tradf. and Prune.
I hnvoan excellent cutter who has cut for
many years on Broadway, Now York.
Being, desirous of seeing tho West, ho has
mado an engagement with me. Comound
try him. I only nsk a trial. I havo tho
best assortment of piece goods in tho city,
and prices which defy competition,
dlw JOHN ANTRIM.
Perry Powers to tub People or
Cairo. To my friends nnd luto follow
citizens : Most of you know that during
I a poriod of twolvo long years I struggled
to mako an honest living in Cairo, expend
ing the while all tho energies I could com
mand to assist in building up tho city.
Encountering disaster from flro, and pros
trated for months by sickness, I failed in
all my undertakings. Having now securod
an interest in James T. Johnson's United
Circus and collection of performing ani
mals, I ask your kind patronage on tho
occasion of our first exhibition in your
city on Friday evening next.
I embark in this now cntorpriso confi
dent of success, and commending it to you
as worthy of patronage, I hopo to meet
you on Friday ovenlng in such numbers
as will assure mo that my confidence in
your good will nnd liberality is well
grounded. If in tho courso of time I
should return to Cairo, I shall hopo to nee
It one of the largeit and most prosperous
cilice in the State, but whether I return or
not, my devout wish shall bo lor tho
health and prosperity of Its people always.
It PEBRY POWERS.
Rkliahle and Sate. Dr. Henry's
Root nnd Plant Pills aro mild and pleas
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouso tho liver and sccretivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off diseaso with
out exhausting or debilitating tho sys
tem. Try them and you will bojaathflod.
Price 2o cents n box. Sold by druggists
and dealers In modicino ovcrywhoro. Pro
pared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Louis, .Mo. my9dwGm
Sewino MAciiiNF.s.-r-Attontion of
persons wishing a flrst-cluss
sewing raacblno Is called to tho
lato improved Whcoler and Wilson's.
They cannot bo excelled for a family
no tho improvements. J. C. CARSON,
ap30dlm Agents, Cairo, 111.
I do not blow as othor bnrbera do,
Nor keep my raion like King Williams sword,
l)ecauo lila aword nan rough I
1 keep my ratnra sharp and keen,
Cups nnd Towels always clean.
Perfumery, too, of all tho brands,
Tlmt'f mado In Hilt or other land-.
Cnmo nnd see, 91 Ohio Levee,
PAX (EL LtMPEItrS HARDER SHOP.
True. Thoro can bo no doubt that
Baugh is, par ereellence, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition in his trade, and insures tlio pub
lic that ho will guarantco to his customors
satisfaction. His shop is on Eiuhthstroot
near tho corner of Ohio Lovco. tf
St. NiciiOLAh. Day boarders can so
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $1 per
week. Tho houso is nt tho corner of Ohio
lovco and Eighth street, a contrul location,
and is proprictored .by Hany Walker,
who Is nlivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Partios desiring boarding ond lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho olllco.
Keep Cool. Refrigerators, icu chests,
wator coolers, I X L Ico cream frccsorR,
buth tubs, jnpannod cloth for winduw
screens, etc., otc, at
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.'S,
myl8tf 130 Gun. Avo.
i i I . . . i
Who is It that docs not llko smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast? Tho Famo
Cook stovo will bakft thorn in flvo minutes
tlmo by tho watch. tf
i lie .. . , . . .
Mr. P. G. Schuh, druggist, Commercial
Avonuo, near tho postofflce, proclaims his
ability to soil Foathor Dusters chonpor
than any othor dealer in tho city. m24tf
Hamilton's Buchu and Dandelion, as
good an article as Holmbold's Buchu and
for Jew money, for sale at P. G. Schuh's
drug store. my'J4tf
Opposite Atnlii fl earn lion I (.Kiiitlutr.
Whlto & Lyndo, Proprietor.- Terms,
$2.00 per day.
ARRIVALS MAY 24TII, 1871.
J. R. Johnson, Contraiiu, Illinok
W. P. Shepard. Chicago, "
Perry Powers, Md. City, "
O. H. Haller, Memphis, Tcnn.
Mrs. E. Holllngsworth, Louisville, Ivy.
O. Walker, Shelby county, Mo. I
J. S. Cortnnn, Charleston. Mo. I
W. J. Hudson, " 11
C. M.Prutoss, '
J. S. Carmochall, Metropolis, Illlnok
To Theae tlio Attention of the I'utillc
In lpecUlly Invited.
AllaH. Tho barber shop of Wm. Alia,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth street, is the placo to which nil
lovors of a good, cloto slmvo with rnzors
sharper than tbo wit of twenty Jcrrolds,
wind their way. tf
Meats. Tho orancli meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery storo of Junics
Carroll, is now in full blast, ond this pop
ular butcher is supplying all the refitted I
meat catcra of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried htm givo him n call. tf
Ilime't. Himc, nt tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near OMo loveo, is conduct
ing his barbor shop in it first-class style,
It is u model establishment in every par
ticular, and whilo in his chargo all Its cus
tomers will rcccivo courteous attention,
nnd tho benefit of excellent workmnnclilp.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
IIuae,Loomlat- Co. Ill Hie Fi oirn l'lelil
Tho ico wogons of Huso, Loomis it Co.will
commenco to deliver Ico about tho city on
Monday, May 1st, and will contlnuo to
mako daily rounds each morning (Sun
days excepted) during tho prcsont season.
Ordors left at tho otfico of tho company,
corner Ohio leveo and Eighth street, will
recclvo prompt attention. Huse, Loomis
& Ob. nro also proparcd to fill all orders
in Rio steamboat and shipping trade.
See advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dispen
sary, headed Books for tho Million Mar
riago Guide in another column. It
should tio read by all. myOdwly
Misses' Scrgo and KidPollsh shoe, scallop
top, nt tho City Shoo Storo, cornor Cora-
mcrcinl avonuo nud Eighth street.
Flour. Choico Family Flour in bbls
half bbls., sacks &c, for snlo at tho Egyp
tian Mills. au
Ladies Sorgo (Polish) shoes Fronch Kid,
foxed, at City Shoo Storo, cornor of Com
mercial nvcnuo and Eighth Rtrcot. tf
Notice Ii hereby elven that thero will ben meet
ing of tho Hoard of Al lermen and tho Select
council oi tnecityoi inirnai tlio council Clum
ber, on Waxhington avenuo, between Tenth nnd
Aieveniu atreeiK, on tno evening or r rmny tnezu
day of June next, at half pmt aeveu o'clock, p.m.,
to hear objections to tho iue..ment for laxca
iiiin i oy Mie in i
Clerk, at hia oltlco at the Council Cli inbor, where
ibiu niiesniiicui uv win rt-muin lor ejnminntinn
by all parties interested until the meeting of tho
City Council aliovn mentioned.
iiy order ot tho Mayor.
.M. J. IIOWLKY, City Clerk.
Cairo, Ills.. May1.'.', 1871. mya.nl
HDIN'ANCC NO. lift.
An ordinance to rentraln hog from running at
large within the limit of tho city,
Uo it ordained by the City Council of the City of
HicvioH 1. That no hog or pig shall run at lnrgo
within the limits of the aaid city; and the owner
or keeper ol such animals, who shall kniwingly
sutler or Dermlt them ho to run at Inria hM for.
feit and pay to said city a sum not less than thiee
uouara n ir moro iiiao ten uounra ior eacti ami
Pre. 2. It xhull be Ihodtltv of tha said Cilv Mar.
filial and of the Police Countable and each of
uirni io ihko up an animal round running rt
,nK" "it iii ii i no n in ii- oi en ii city contrary to trie
ordinance thereof, und contlnn tnem In some no.
euro pen, pound or other place, unit tho oilioer
i. Kim, iiiiiMimi Milan proviun nuilalilo anil
j.. .r,Mij ruiiuinuii-ii ior ineiii, nun mo ri.nt'.iiii.
W" cost of providing .uch ulonanu mIihII br
paldto lhi; olllcer before tho nniinal ahnll be ro.
leaned by him.
Sr.o. 3. Any nlmal takun up iimier Inn provi
sion of this ordinance, inav bu mil. I li ilia ..in,.r
tailing it up, ut any time after the expiration of
thieo iliis tnim the tuneol bilng tulten up, of
nliiclmnlotriru tlajs' previous nollco nhall liu giv
en by posting upw itlen or printed notices ot the
tima n nl placo of wile, at the Iriint door of thu
County Court house, at tho post olllco and City
Cit-rk'a oflice, describing the uulina s by tliuir
color, site, lusrkH and hrknd.
Krc. I. Tlio olllcer inking up nnd impiunding
any animal shall bo untitled tochatgo and reo ho
fur thu Nimo tit ty centn; nud loreacii twwit
four hiiiirs tiie nimo may bo kept, wcniy tlvo
cents niditlnuul ; und if soil, tlf.y cents for each
I.IIIUIUI nuiii, nut ii any person euun apply ami
lay the olliicr lees and co-ts of sut03un o and
impounding, at any time before sale of such nm
iini s, iney sum- m reiianeu uy tno o nicer,
ere. A, An accurate account rl.iill be kept by th
I'liivi-l iiim K ihu mtitj nun i i-uurri'll lu 1110 KjH
Council at ei ery stated meeting thereof, anil u
animals sold by him. nud his lees ami ulmrges
thereon, and all iiiobc) recoitod ty him lor iho
sum in riicu uuuuais, niter deiiiicilng theiefrom
uie lees uuncuQinui impounding, sale, and suste
nance, s all with .lit ileliy, bo nid, ns a speciul
deposit, Into the, City Treniurv und the Tioastirrr
Mini, receipt for the samo ami sluill keep u in
separate account subject io the order of the C'ty
tic. 0. If at any salo of animals, uud-rtho pro
visions ot this ordinance, nn period shall bid, tlio
whole amouut of i osis for (nil lie ui. keeiiinu ami
selling salilanliiiul., the ntlieer entitled Io reeeivn
tne lees may, in' '"mien, mil tno amount ct his
costs and t'h.i r ,! ll no pei sou bids any moro
said unliimls n ay o sliuek oil lo lilm m In other
Nrc 7. If any person rhall break open any pen,
pound er other inoloie lire, In which any anliii Is
may baconlined or kept under the requirement'
of teils ordmanci, or shall directly or indiieeily
nld or abet the same nr escape ol any suvh
unit, he or they shall forfeit and pay to said
City a sum nut less thau teu dollars nor moro
than fifty del nrs for each nnd every olninse,
t-i:c s. II the City .Marahul orauy Police Con
stable shall neglect or lenine to lake, up and i in.
pound any animal known by him tn bo running
at lirveuoa rry tothoordiuaicrn ot theoliy, ho
shall forfeit nnd pay to said city a sum not iess
thau five dollars iiormoietliautwenty.dollars for
encli and every ollen 'e.
Approved May I'Jth, 1671.
' JOHN M. LAKHIIEN, "
U,J, JIowuy, city Clerk. . wytiliot
eTiiB Calico Hor.-Tue Cairo Sta
next Saturday, will contain a detailed ac-'
count f tho Calico Hup gWen ftt thn Sl.
Charles la.t Monday evening. H m jc.
serlbo tho costumes worn by tho young 1.
dies, etc. Person, wishing extra copies of
tho paper will please Icavo their order
at II. A. Harmon's BooVstoro, on Com
mercial nvonuo, bo Thunday ovonlng, and
thoy will bo promptly filled Saturday tif.
tornoon. V. OALIfJHEH & CO.,
It Pub. Cairo Star.
I MOUND CITY AND CAIRO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Catt. AVilliam n. Sandusky.
caieo .A.:tr:D 3vcr. city
ri'Or nr M'limi .tttrf.
At 7 A.M.
Leave Md. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At 2.30 P.M.
At C.30 P.M.
At 10 A.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
no.v factory, iiawk'.s landing, ky.
MOfTH OP CACHE, MARINE WAYS,
AND NAVY YARD.
Saves TIME, LABOR and MONEY
OVER OTHER ARTICLE IN t'SK FOR FLOOR
AND HOUKE-CLKANINO, ARE
iHt It fnrniihe water nnd does the acrubblnc
and mopping nt tne snmo time.
INI it will do Its work in ona.feurth of the
time required in tho ordinary way.
.til It will do the work of tho crubhlng bmh
, that coitTS coot e if h.
Ilh It will envelop price ol luelf twico a yenr
."Jill It will not wine a dust.
Oth Tho rubber r.tn bo replaced for licents.
Till Tho hrnd if malleable Iron, nd will lsat
Still If TOIl u Ml tn line nmn. nrclnth. n tlrv
(hecurnem. remove the tm. anil innart vnurelntit.
and you h.ive that additional adrnntago.
EVERY FAMILY, STORE, SALOON
llUil-.lj Aflll ai'JSAMMOAT
SUOULD USE THEM.
1 am prepared to furnish them bv uncle dozen
or Rwn, on short notice. Address
my.S llm WM. HENRY, Ciiro, Ills.
J T. JOJULNHO.VS
And collection of
Will exhibit in Cairo,
Friday Evening, May 20th.
The combination jnst organized for the season
of 1D71, embraces some o( the most ion owned
Tho Beat Clown and General Per.
nnd tbo best collection of Performing Animals in
Look at this tiiand Galaxy of Talent:
JMS. T. JOII.V SOX,
Master ."bowman and Director.
MILLE EDITH, JAMES SMITH,
It. MILLER, N. CLARKE,
T. MOE, II. RISCI1ER,
J. LESTER, N. WOLT,
H. I.AMMKRINO, II. UrDEURAril,
H. GARDNER, If. WILSOy,
THE GILLIAM BROTHERS,
tbo unoqualed Trapeto Performers).
The I avo rite of tho Arena, nnd a host of others.
making a company of undeniable worth aad
ONLY ONE EXHIBITION IN CAIRO.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Admiis'on to caota
children under 10 yeara ii cents.
RAYMOND HALL, Agtat.
yM. JC. SClf UTTER,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Agent for best brands of
CItEAM AND STOCK ALE
Zmportoct a-loasi ofdifa
No. 75 OHIO LEVEE
91. STOCK FJLUTII
(Hucceisorto Pohle I. Blockfleth)
Itr ctlfler and Wholeialo Dealer la For
eign anil Domestic
f Ml i urn rrn
78 Ohio Xa-ovee,
CAIRO - - - IlaXi.
Ho keeps on hand constantly, a full stock sf
Old Kentucky lloiirbun, Rye and Mon
ouguliela Whiskies, French Urau-,
die, Holland Uln, Italuti
aud California Wlneu.