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THE OAIBO BULLETIIT, JMLJlf 26
AWADOYMAlt, M. J., Physl-
clan, Surgeon und Accoucheur, for
merly ol Arm, Union Co., Illinois, ha perma
nently located in city, OKKICE Commerelrl
Avillue, between 8th and 9th fitreet WctnUe.
P W. DUNNING, M.I. Be-
V IDE.NCK-Corner Ninth nl Walnut
i'KKICK Corner Blxlh Btreel and Ohio Levee
OVVICK HOUKS-From .m. to It m., and
117 1 Is LI AM K. SMITH. 91. D
TV RKHtDKNOE-No.il, Thirteenth re
flween Washington Arcnuo ind Walnut Street
OFKOE- 126 Comerclal Avenue, npslslr
IT WAKD.VEK, M. D., Cairo
REoIUKWCE Corner ct Nineteenth it.,
nd Wathbjton are. OKKICE On Commercial
are., over tho Postoffice. OKFICE OI1KH
m., lounaat excepted! an
from 2 to 6 p m. ' '
ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT
WlllUm jr. aii,, i
bu,t,nJll"tU0"0n to river and admiralty
om Room T A Winter' Block.
A1T0RNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
WlMUar, If. Bma, )
Hpeclal attention glvan to Admiralty and Steam.
Offlr on OhloLtTH, Hmi7 and
over Clly National liana.
The to lowing tenmera leave Cairo
on the day and at the bo'ir below. named
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 6 p.m. ;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
LUM8DEN, Every Saturday, at C p.m.
For freight or Pssage apply on board, or to
BIGGS it MALLORY,
JaaMTltll 78 OHIO I.KVEE.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tha beautiful and l.ht draught ateamer
JAMES F-ISK- ,TR
' OOHHKX IXEDLEY Haitir.
Leave Cairo dail .t A n.m. .ii p.HM.k .n
1 BtSa-m. Baring aaperlor accommodation aht
uliclta publlo patron.
V I. ...... - .. . . . ....
. .-... . " vuiicc.iuu UI ID
I tolc charge, but the boat will not be respon
I (iblefor the aarna. nntll collected.
OTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tha tAr(nprtln r-.tssrY,. i ..
. Artjr. Chas. 1). Arlerand J. II. lllitenhoute.
Jdnlnbmlnenunaertbe firm lame of L. Arter
"J? day dl.a.dved by mutual consent,
Cha. p. Arter and J II. Illttenhotue withdrawing
from the arm. All persons who are Indebted to
aa d firm art requested to make settlement within
thirty daya with ellhsr of said arm. Otherwise
thtlr account will beleltwilh the proper officer
The business will hereafter be conducted by I).
1 Arier. '
1 I). ARTER,
C. I). AKTEIt,
, J. It. RITTKMIOl'SK.
i airo, int., Mty 15lh, 18,1. inyld7l
Th Drtner.hlr exlttms between Jaa. n. rteeil
j and Hugh M. Mann, ho far a the "Iron and M
(ehinery BupplieHlore" I concerned, l title day
liwolrd by mutual content, Jo. II. Heed bar.
lagMugbt outtne the Interest ot 11. M. Maun in
tin aa te.
'JtaJ toi will ns conducted under the name ol
, JOH. B. REED,
The Otlro Iron Work wall be conducted aa
ii.ual in ler tt,c firm name of Iterd A Hana.
JOS. II. ItEKI).
Cairo, Illi., April nli, li;t, aprlilm
I UU1M AAmANO N
rirr prtam cm nnM
1 1 vj i i li mil unLiiiiii
, Coanarlal ATne,Hwe17i and
CAIRO, i : : t ILLINOIS.
nndomrly and completely furnifhed, will
nialway aupp'y the bt Ice Cream. Cake. Con-
i feptioaa. Innh .Iji anl Untlm In k. In V.
Fmllle or panle aunplied on ahort notice.
Patroaaf respectfully aoliclled. mylVdlm
vmr ira wiiw.
DEALER IN PAMILT
'NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS
A' AND Vfi'
' uuii tece red a hear atnrknr i.nmu
! For tale rorCaih at a rory low figure. KenNoha
' a fine atock of
)J ofeyery kind.
(j; CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
lvr. B fflTMt nnn I'nmninrelnl avmiiih
M O Til I ITT T,riirlf-YlTT
Cor. Fopltr and Thlrtevnth St ,
i CAIRO. - - - - ILLINOIS
(In tha building known a tha Smith Store,)
a aaoina a uenri urocery uuaine in rirat-uiaaa
run, nraoweu n.i a neai, ricKieu rora,
ara. DmoKW ueai. ouiier. rrean Kirira. riour
aal.Salt Fiah, Ml!, Candle, tiliot, and all kind
)3duuaUr !kl nt luflrat.ela aroperr alnrn
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Tho Rouglii want now hoso.
Picnic are tho ordor of the day.
City Attorney Popo Is at Springfield.
"Now doparturo" Democrats nro num-
oroui In Cairo.
Marshal Cain will commenco his raid
against tho dogs of tho city, Juno 1st.
Men's Fine Seal 8kln Gaiters, and also
"I'rlnce Alberts," nt Elliott ifcllnvthorn's
Tho Young Folks aro on tho yttt vive
for the Calico Uop to-night nt Phllll.'
Judgo Dross and Schuh, Esq., woro In
Mound City on Wednesday last, and Ham
blcton met his match.
The tug "Cache" Is now making regu
lar trips between Cairo und Motiml City.
Capt. Handutky commands.
Tub Dullrtik Hook Hlmlery, pre
sided over by tho amiablo Silverburg, is
doing a thriving business.
Don't forget tho tobacco sales to-day
at the Hallard AVarehouio. Everv busi
ness man of tho city should bo present.
Tho Committee- on Police nr.d Jail
have determined to report in favor of In.
creasing the polico force ol tho city.
Tho city jail improvements aro pro
gressing finely. An addition has been
built, and a now roof put upon the build
Gents' Oxford Ties, l'rin:e Alberts
and Opera Slippers, at the LCitv Shoo
Store,"' corner of Commercial avenue and
Eighth street. tf
Tho reparation of the sidewalks Is
progressing rapidly. Devore, the carpen
ter, is an oxpert, Hnd can mako an old
sidewalk ns good ns new in the twinkling
of an eve.
Tho German school picnic, to be given
at Flora Garden on next Monday, will bo
a roally Joyous affair. Thoiudy friends of
tho school held a meeting last night to
make arrangements for tho occasion.
Tho steamer T. F. Eckcrt will mako
two trips to Mound City on Decoration
day, leaving Cairo nt 9 and 1 1 o'clock, a.m.
t ate for the round trip 60 cents. m2Ctd
An extensive lire occurred at Jones-
boro last Saturday night. Tismer & Hoff
man's extensive flouring mill was entirelv
consumed, and four other buildings. Loss
The Hibernians boast that they have
tho best "little ongino'' in the city. They
display tho horns, and invito the world to
tako them If the world enn by out-throw-ing
their little machine
Mr. Houpt has removed his jewelry
storo from 21C to ICO, "Washington
Avenue, between Ninth nnd Tenth streets,
whero ho will be pleased to mcot all h B
old customers and friends, and as many
new ones as choose to call on him.
Particular attention is called to tho la
dies', misses nnd children's colored shoes,
of which a very choice and stylish stock
mny be found at tho City Shoo Store.
Why, in the namo of all tho beings
who detest horrible noises, is not tho per
sistent screeching of steamboat whistles
at our wharf stopped. Can't tho polico
enforce the ordinunco ?
The picnic given by the pupils of tho
I.orctto Academy yestcrdny, was a very
pleasant affair. About two hundred per
sons wore present, nnd all seemed to be
well pleased with the trip, and enjoy
Mr. Atwood, Secretary of tho Illinois
Mutual Firo Insuraneo Company, was In
the city on Wednesday. Mr. Atwood has
been Secretary of tho abovo company for
thirty-two years. Judgo Uross is tho
agent of tho company in this city.
Tho proposed cow ordlnanco meets
with llttlo favor from tho public. Many
citizens when speaking of it tiso curses
that nro both loud and deep. Hut tho
goats of tho city haven't a friond to utter
a word of protest in their behalf.
Miss Ida Hnrrcll will recelvo n few
more pupils for instruction in tho theory
and practice of piano jnuilc. Tiso of in
strument furnished if desired. For terms,
etc., npply itt 302 Washington avenue. 2t
Tho assessment of assessor IJurriott
has not yet occasioned much loud talk
but wait a littlo longer. No assessor lias
herotoforo cscapod, and Jiurnett cannot
hopo to bo ruoro fortunate than his predc
couors. Dr. Dunning has been over tho
branch of tho Cairo and Fulton road be
tween Cairo nnd Charleston nnd informs
tho Sun that so far ns that railrond is con
cerned ovorythinir is lovoly nnd tho gooso
Perry Powors will tako a benefit to
night. Tho procoeds of tho exhibition to
bo givon by James T. Johnson's Circus
and animal show this evening, will go In
to Perry's purse. Tho company is said to
bo rcully meritorious, nnd our citizens will
bo ontortained by attending tho show, nnd
by tholr patronago will contributo materi
ally to tho oxchequor or an old citizen of
Cairo. Turn out.
. Thk LIvor is more frequently tho scat
of disease than is gonorally supposed, for
upon its rogular action doponds, in a groat
moasuro,tho powors of tho stomach, bow
els, brnin nnd tho wholo norvous systom.
Itcgulato that important organ by taking
Simons' Liver Regulator, and you provent
most of tho discaics that flesh is heir to.
After all tho ndo about tho Injustlco
of tho Fox, Hownrd & Co., Intorcst fund
tr.x, thoro remains, of tho nino thousand
dollars lovlcd, only about $70 unpaid. On
every hand thoro woro tax-payors who
threatened to light tho tax to tho blttor
end ; "it was outrageous and thoy would
not stand it" yet, tho great majority of
them simmorcd rjultly down, paid tholr tax
llko good boys, and said no moro about it.
Tho bulk of tho amount remaining un
paid is duo from non-resldonts, who, per
haps, another year, ratlior than have n
cloud thrown over tho tltlo of their prop
erty, by its salo by tho collector, will como
forward nnd pay, nnd wait for tho relief
tho council is trying to provldo for thorn.
Tho sale of proporty delinquent for
city taxes, is not yet closed. Parties
whoso lots havo not yot boon sold can snyo
tho 100 per cent, penalty, by calling on
tho collector immediately and paying ud,
Thoro is no doubt of tho ability of tho col
lector to soli all tho lots delinquent, and
tho readiness with which well-postod gen
tlomcn buy the offerings is pretty good
evldenco that tho sale will "stick." Evory
lot yot offered, (unloss forfeited by agree
ment for pcclalreasons) ha been sold.
Tho Comptroller's assessment of tho
city realty, for tho tax levy of 187J,
amounts tofl, 870,000. Tho personal prop
erty is valued at nbout $500,000, making
the total valuation something over 42,300,
000. Ono fuct has not escaped our obser
vation. It is this: That tho poor man
who has secured himself u little homo at n
cost of about a thousand dollurs, generally
gives In a valuation very nearly approxi
mating the actual cost of his property. In
this way the poor are called upon to bear
an undue portion of our public burdens.
When a man fixes his own valuation upon
his taxable effects, it is scarcely the prov
ince of thu Assessor to toll him ho is put
ting his figures too high.
"Somo parties" have Intimated that
tho Sun, which shines a littlo for all, don't
advocate tho construction of tho Cairo and
Vlncennc railroad from principle, but be
cause the littlo luminary is undor obliga
tions to "certain men" from whom it re
ceives Its littlo bread and butter. Lord
bless your dear little soul, Sunny dear,
who is tho wicked man who has been thus
traducing you 7 Ilross ? Well, well ;
don't mind him. Ho can't help It. He is,
you know, tho only roally honest man in
luo city, and has. therefore, a richt to
deal damnation roundabout. But, Sunny,
my boy, when next you talk with Bross,
let him know that your condemnation of
his conduct has grown out of detestation of
his official stubborness, and has not re
sulted from fear of tho influence of cliques,
you know. Sclah.
Take Notick. Time Taule or the
lli fois Central Hailkoad. On and
aftr Sunday, Moy 14th, 1871, tho follow
ing iime-tnblo will govern the orrival and
departure of passcngor trains at Cairo:
Depart Mail train, dally,- 11:46 p.m.
r.xpress, uany, v:3U p.m.
Arrive Mall, dallv 3:30 a.m.
Express, dully, 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
takei: through from Du Quoin by the trains
on tho Belleville road. Direct and closo
connection will bo made at Du Quoin, and
thoro will bo no cluingo of cars from
Cairo to St. Louis. Tho train leaving
Cairo at 11:45 p.m. will havo a through
sleeping car for St. Louis. Tho attention
of shippers is cspccislly called to tho fact
that a Fruit Express train will leavo
Cairo daily, Saturdays excepted, nnd will
make the run from this city to Chicago in
JAS. JOHNSON, Agent.
Glass. Mr. Charles Hurd yesterday
showed us a specimen of glass made of
sand procurod within four miles of Cairo.
Tho specimen was manufactured at Now
Albany, Ind.,and is fully oqunl,if not supe
rior, to English glass. Thero aro but two
factories in tho United States that manu
facture such glass, tho ono is nt New Al
bany, Ind., and tho other in Massachu
setts. Efforts havo been made to produco
a similar quality at Pittsburg, but havo
always beon abandoned. The bed of this
sand is twonty-flve feet thick. It U esti
mated that $1'J,000 would placo in opora
tion a factory in Cairo. Hero is nn opportu
nity for somo of our business men to en
gage in what must provo u profltablo bus
iness. Dkcoiutio.v Day. Tho coromony of
decorating tho soldier's graves in 'tho Na
tional cemetery at Mound City, will tako
placo on Tuesday, May 30th. For tho ac
commodation of the largo number of cit
izens of this city who propose to attend,
arrangements havo been mado with tho
stenmcr A. Baker to mako two trips dur
ing tho day, carrying nil adult persons for
50 cents each, and children under ten
yoars of age, froc, Tho bont will leave tho
foot of Eighth street at 8 o'clock n. m., and
12 o'clock m., promptly. All persons who
desire to go should bo on board at that
my25td J. B. HUDSON, Master.
... " I
FiT7.0ERALi'r Sajiple Roomh. Per
sons bibulously inclined, lovers of tho ox
hilorating Juico of tho corn nnd Julca oi tho
grape, or malt bovoruges, should call im
mediately at tho samplo rooms, on cornor
Commercial uvcnuo und Fourteenth street.
Besides everything in tho drinking lino,
of tho purest kind, ho has tho most fra
grant Hnvana cigurs, Importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds. Fitz
gerald koeps a first-class placo, and ban
with him Jimmy English, who knows everybody,-and
knows tho wants of every
body and who is a gentleman, ovory
Inch of him.
Ballaud Toiiacco Fair. Arrango
monti for tho tobacco fair of tho Ballard
Warehouse, to bo given on tho 28th of
Juno aro already being mado. Tho citizens
aro giving to tho project encourngment of
tho most substantial description, aro, In
fact, opening their purses nndcontrlbutlng
tho cantonts with great llborallty to tho
fund necessary to mako up tho prcmlumsj
and meet tho expenses of tho fair. Wo
havo not tho least doubt that tho coming
fair will bo a vory grand success, nnd wo
expect to soo tho city crowded with
strangers from far and noar.
If you desiro a mild, pleasant, snfo and
agrccablo Cathartic, which will causo
neither nausea or griping pains, uso nn
turo's remedy. HELMBOLD'S GRAPE
PILLS. Thev aro nuroly vcRolablo, their
component parts bolng Catawba Grapo
Juico and Fluid Extract Rhubnrb. Bhouia
vou dcslro a brilliant complexion, youth
ful appearance, now life, new, fresh blood
anil rennwed vltror. USO llELMllOLIi's
Sunday School Picnic. Tho teach
ers of tho Sunday school of tho Church of
tho llcdeomor, will glvo their scholars a
picnic in Flora Garden Grove on Satur
day, May a7th. Tbo school will form in
procession nt tho church and march to tho
grovo. Conveyances will bo at hand for
tho accommodation of the younger schol
ars and such others as nro unablo to walk
to tho grove.
Parents und friends of the school nro
invited to attend, and requested to send
refreshments for the occasion to the church
on 14th street, promptly by half-past nino
o'clock, Saturday morning.. myi!5-2t
Did You Ever? "No, I never," saw a
moro cozy and complete barber shop than
that of Anthony Eschbuch, one door be
low the post office. Tho room lias been
newly papered, tho floor newly covered
and tho whole establishment put in first
class order. Eschbach is ono of tho most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barber? In tho Stutc, employs courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps Just such
a shop as citizens and strangers will tnko
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
Koomhto Rent. Four largo airy rooms
on second floor, in tho brick building,
corner of 14th street and Washington
avenue, opposito tho new Custom house.
The rooms nro in complcto order, having
been recently renovated throughout; a
wido balcony in front is connected with
thcrn. Price $10 per month : also. 3 other
rooms on same floor, in good condition,
and will be rented for $C per month.
Tho whole sovon rooms could bo used by
one family, if desired. Apply to
' V I1T 4 VAUVRTTnn
may 20tf on tho premises.
Do not forget that on to-morrow night
tho "Sappho''' put in nn nppenrunco at
tho Athoncum. It is impossible, for us to
say more for them than tho press havo al
ready done, or thnn they really deserve.
To hear Miss Selia Ellis sing "Sweet
Home" just once, is alone worth tho price
of admission, and those who hear it will
not soon forget the beautiful songstress
and fascinating actress, Whilo Miss Ellis
as a comic singer has no equal.
The Fenton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial nvenuo
and Twentieth street, is now in chargo of
Mr. M. D. Guntcr, who having purchusod
and thoroughly refitted it, invites tho at
tention of tho public to tho fuct that hois
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Orders left at tho mill or sent through tho
postotDco will receive prompt attention.
St. Louis Journal or Commerce on
Cairo. In another column of The Bul
letin wo publish a portion of an nrticlc
on Cairo from tho St. Louis Journal of
Commerce. Wo shall glvo nn installment
of tho articlo to-morrow, and will publish
it at length in our weekly edition. Per
sons wishing extra copies of the Weekly
Bulletin containing tho articlo should
send in their orders by Saturday evening.
A Cure Guaranteed. Kress' Fever
Tonic is universally recognized as tho best
modlclno extant for tho curso of favors.
It is for salo by P. G. Scbuh, druggist,
two doors south of tho postoffice, and ho
guarantees all who buy from him that it
will euro chills and fovors. If it docs not
euro 31 r. fie huh agrees to rottirn tho
monoy. Can anything bo fairer than
Police Court. Thcro wero but two
cases beforo 'Squiro Shannessy yesterday.
Henry Reed and Frank Wotkins went
on a sprco and to pass time- amused thorn-
selves by breaking in tho windows and
doors of a house on Fourth street, occupied
by Jonnio Davh. They woro fined $5 and
D. Sanford wos nrrestod lor disorderly
conduct, und permitted to contributo $5 to
tho city. Paid.
An Advantaue. A great advniitngo
possessed by tho Charter Oak Stovo U that
owing to its capacity and draft, you can
burn almost uny kind of wood, and, on
account of its substance and retention of
heat, you cmt run it with greenwood oftor
it is houtcd, by having a small amount of
Thoso having to prepare fuel for ordin
ary small stoves will appreciate this ad
ii i mm I m
Who is it that does not llko smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast? Tho Famo
Cook stovo will bake thom in 11 vo minutes
time by tho watch. tf
Mr. P. G. Schuh, druggist, Commercial
Avonuo, noar tho postoffice, proclaims his
ability to soil Foathor Dusters cheaper
than any other dealer In tho city. m2ltf
Ho, For Chlcngo.
Persons wishing to attend tho Gorman
Pcaco Jubiloo to bo hold in Chicago, May
29th, can procuro Tickets at tho offlco of
tho Illinois Central railrond in this city
for $1C,C0 for tho round trip. Tho salo of
tickets will commonco on tho 28th nnd
dlicontinuo on tho 20th, and tickets
will bo good until tho 30th, incluslvo.
Oppoalle Malu Nleamboat Landing.
Whlto&Lyndc, Proprietors. Torm,
?2.00 per day.
arrivals may 25th, 1871.
Con Monlhon, Cincinnati, Ohio.
F. D. Fleece, Memphis, Tenn.
J. H. Carr, " "
R. H. Hatnpliman, Memphis, Tenn.
R. T. Donnallos, Wood Vlllo, Miss.
James Clark, Champaign, Illinois.
U. Halnon, Memphis, Tenn.
It. F. Powell, Henderson county Ky.
Chas Opall, Louisville, Ky.
To Thrie the Attention of the Public
it Kapeciaiiy invited.
Ada's. Tho barber shop of Wm. Albn,
on Commercial avenue, near the corner of
Eighth street, is tho place to which all
lovers of a good, close shave with razors
sharper thnn tho wit of twenty Jerrolds,
wind their way. tf
Meah. Tho Drancli meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery store of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying nil tho refined
meat caters of thut portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you have
not tried him glvo him a call. tf
Himc't. Hime, at tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio levee, is conduct
ing his barber shop in a first-class style.
It is a model establishment In every par
ticular, and whilo In bis charge- all its cus
tomers will recelvo aourtcous attention,
and tho benefit of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
IIue,I,ooinl A Co. In tile Frozen Field
Tho ico wngonsof Huso, Loomis ik Co.will
commenco to deliver ico nbout tho city on
Monday, Muy 1st, and will continuo to
make 'daily rounds each morning (Sun
days excepted) during tho present season.
Orders left nt tho ofilco of tho company,
corner Ohio levco nnd Eighth street, will
receive prompt attention. Huse, Loomis
& Op. nro also prepared to fill all orders
in io steamboat and shipping traJo.
Tho house hcrctoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Lcvoo betwoon
Fourth nnd Sixth streets. This house, if
not tho best business house is certainly
ono of tho best stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also tho second floor of tho samo building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale-
grocery storo. tf
Corner Wnahlng-ton Avenae anil Four
Fred. Blaiikcnburg's saloon "is nowly
and elegantly fitted up and supplied wkh
tho finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that can bo foutid in tho city; and Fred,
his no superior as a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget tho place, cor
ner 14th street and Washington avenue.
Sewino Machines. Attention of
persons wishing a first-class
sewing machinu is called to the
late Improved Wheeler and Wilson's.
Thoy cannot bo excollcd for n family
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
poses. All aro invitod to call and exam
no tho improvements. J. C, CARSON,
up30dlm Agents, Cairo, III.
I do not blow R4 other barbers do,
Nor keep my razor like King Wfllfami aword,
llecauie hi aword wa rough)
I keep my razor harp nnd keen,
Cup anil Ton el always clean.
Perfumery, too, of all tho brand",
That' made In till or other land.
1 al; my enemies and friend,
Come nnd see, 01 Ohio Levee,
DAMKIi LAMIT.KT'S IUItllER HIIOP.
True. Thoro cun bo no doubt that
Buugh Is, jinr excellence, tho boot nnd
Bhocmakcr of Culro. Ho challenges com
petition in his trudo, and atsurcs tho pub
lic thut ho will guarantee to his customers
satisfaction. His shop is on Eighth street
near tho corner of Ohio Lovco. tf
St. Nicholas. Day boardors can se
cure good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formorly tho St. James) at $4 per
week. Tho houso is nt tho cornor of Ohio
loveo und Eighth street, n contrnl location,
mid is propriotorcd by Huriy Wnlkor,
who is ullvo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn torms on inquiry ut tho office.
Keep cool. ltotrigorutors, ico chests,
wator coolers, I X L ico cream froozorn,
bath tubs, Japanned cloth for window
scrcons, etc., etc., nt
BEER WART, OKTH & CO.'S,
mylStf 130 Coin. Ave.
We have been requested to say that
Elliott & Haythorn have now on exhibi
tion, nnd for snle, ovorythlng In tho boot
und shoo lino for ladles, nnd gentlcmon's
wear j nnd that nil their goods uro now
nnd stylish. aprlStf
Notice to the Trade and Pciilic.
I havo nn oxcollcnt cuttor who has cut for
many 'years on Broadway, Now York.
Doing desirous of soolng tho West, ho has
mado nn engagement with mo. Como nnd
try him. I only nsk n trial. I havo tho
best assortment of plcco goods in tho city,
and prices which defy competition.
dlw JOHN ANTRIM.
Ueliaiilk and Sake. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills nro mild and nlcns-
nnt In tholr operation, yot thorough, pro-
uucing no nausea or griping. Doing en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diet or buslnos. They
nrouso tho liver and sccretivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off disease with
out exhausting or debilitating tho ly8
tcm. Try them and you will bo'atisfied.
Prico 25 cents a box. Sold by druggists
anddoalursln modlclno every whore. Pre
pared by tho Grafton Mcdicino Co., St.
Louis, Mo. myOdwCm
Hamilton's Buchu and Dandelion, as
good an articlo as Helmbold's Buchu and
for ten money, for sale at P. G. Schuh's
urug store. my'JItf
Seo advertisement of Dr. Hutts' Dispen
sary, headed Books for tho Million Mar
riflgo Guide in another column. It
should bo rend by nil. myOdwly
MIs'es'Scrgo undKIdPoIfshsboe, scnllop
top, at the City Bhoo Store, cornor Com
mercial avenue und Eighth street. tf
Flour. Cholco Family Flour In bbls
half bbls., sacks &c, for salo at tho Egyp
tian Mills. au
Ladles Scrgo ( Polish) shoos French Kid,
foxed, at City Shoo Store, corner of Com
mercial nvenuo und Eighth street. tf
Notice Is hereby given tint there will bo a meet
ing of the Hoard of Al li rtni n nnd the Meet
Council of the city of Cairo at the Council Cham
ber, on Vhlngton veniii, between Tenth and
Klerenth treeti, on the otening of Friday the&l
day of Juno next, at half past ien o'clock, p.m.,
to hoar objoctiona to the Rciimcnt for Uxe,
inaue uy rue uuy Ae,or upon me real arm per
sonal property in tho city ot Cairo for this, tho
rear A. D. 1871. the (Mxexsment Hat therelor liar.
ingtien returned by aald Aeior to tho tMr
Clerk, at hi olllco at the Council Oil imber, whero
aalil aaacamient liat will rvmuln for oxnmmatlim
by all partle interested until thn meeting of trie
iviiy council nixno meniioueii.
Ily order ot thu .Mayor.
M.J. HOWLKV, City Clerk
Cilro. Ills.. May'.!.', lrtl. mySMld
kdixaxci: SO. 1 I.E.
An ordinance to restrain hcgi from running at
large wir.mnr.ne mini or me city.
He it ordained by the City Council of the City of
bicTini I. That no hoc or niir hll I tin at larsn
within tho limit of the xald city; and the ovm.-r
or keeper of mich nnlm.ila, who ahull knowingly
sutler or permit them no to run at Umo ahull fur-
felt and lay to said city a atirn not Iva than three
dollars n ir mora than ten doll-r for each nnd
tire. 2. It thall bo tho duty of the said City Mar
thai and of the Polico Constable nnd each of
tli fin to tako up oil animal round running at
largewithin the limit of mt'd city contrary to the
ordinance thereof, and confine them In aome e
curo pen, pound or other place, and the ntticer
laKing up nam animal anau proviuo uuni,io una
tlecea.utv Mll.UittiLiu'M ttxr lltiii. anil ttin reiuitiiiik-
bin coat of providing ailcli ruttennnce ahall br
pain io iri uiticcr oeiore rue animal snau do re
leased bv him.
tire. 3. Any animil taken up under tho provi
sion of tin ordinnnce. mar bo sold by tha ultli'pr
taking it up, nt anytime after the expiration of
three dava friim llie time nf h I ni tnlren nn. nf
which aafo two (lays' previou notice ahall be giv
en by posting upwiitten or printed notice of tho
tune nml place of bale, at the front door of tho
County Court house, at the postolUce and City
Clerk's ottlco, describing the animals by their
color, tite, marks and brands.
Hrc. 4, The ottlcer taking up and impounding
any animal shall bo entitled to charge and roctivu
for the same titty cents; und for each twetit
four hour tho name may bo kept, twonty-ftvo
cent tdditioual ; and if sold, fifty cent for each
animal sold, but It any Derson ahull nnnlv and
pay tho officer' tee and cots of sustesance and
impounding, at any umo Deiore aaio nt sucn am
n al. they shall be released by tho officer.
tire. A. An accurate account shall be kept by the
uiiivcr riMKing iiiu sale nutl renuereu io llio lliy
Council at every stated meeting thereof, and all
animals niu by him, and hi fee and charges
thereon, and all monoy received by him for the
aaie ui sucn animals, auer ueuucuug inereirorn
tho fee and cost of imooundinir. sale, and suste
nance, eliall without delay, be ld, a a special
depoair, Into the City Treasury and thTreurer
niinit rti-L'it jur trie samo auu anim Keep n in a
separate account subject to the order of tho C'ly
tire. 6. If at any salo of animal, under the pro
visions ot thla ordinance, uo penon alntli bid, tho
wholu amount of coat for taklniz un.keenlnuanil
selling said animals, the officer entitled tu recelvo
thu fee may, fur himself, bid the amount ct hi
cost aim ciia err, a 1 1 it no pet son bin any moro
said animals n ay bj struck oil to him a in other
Htc. 7. If any person shall break open any pen,
pound or other incloaeurc, in which any anlmaU
may bo confined or kept under the requirement
of till ordinanct,or ihall directly or indirectly
aid or abet the same or escape of any auch ani
mals, he or they shall forfeit and pay to saul
City n sum not less than ten dollar nor more
than fifty dollar for each and every utlense.
fctc. S. It the City Marshal or any Piillco Con
stable shall neglect or refuse to take ud and im
pound any animal known by him to h running
at larire contrary to the ordinance of the city, he
shall forfeit and tiav to said cltY a sum not less
than fire dollar nor more than twenty-dollars for
eacn ana every onense.
Approved Way lath, 1871.
JOHN M. LANHDEN,
M. J. HowLtr, City Cleric. myZldlut
smVtm A CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
We oll exclusively for Cash, to which loci we
Invito the attention oi wish iMrgiiiu uiijem
Hpeclal allentlou Ulien to filling order.
Cl 1. Wl 1,1.1 AUSOX,
No. 70 OhUt Lovoe,
Npeclrtl alientlu" bIvcii Io t'onilgn
lUOUl and S'llllim OriWlM'
MOUND CITY AND CAIRO.
TILE STEAMTUQ, CACHE
Capt. William II. Sandusky.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
caieo -A-Istd 3m::d. city
roor or noimt ftnitr.
At 7 A.M.
Leave Md. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
A( 11.30 a.m.
At 2.30 r.M.
AU 6.30 r.M.
At 10 A.M, I
At 1 l'.M.
At 5 r.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
HOX FACTORY, HAWK'S LANDING, KY.
MOUTH OK CACHE, MARINE WAYf,
AND NAVY YARD.
Savks TIME, LAUOH and MONEY
OVER OTHER ARTICLE IN USE VOR FLOOR
AND HOUSE-CLEANINO, ARE
ll It furnishes water nnd doe the scrubbing
.in.l mopping nt tho same time.
al It will do It work lu one-f.iuitli of the
limn required In Ihn ordinary tray.
!t,l l I Ufllt .U III., url-tj. rtf ll.n I.KI.In.. ....... h.
- ' .... .i' nv.n Wl ,IIU V. I llllituj IH1I.II'
e, that coat7.i ceut-i oich.
Ith It will save the price t Itself twice a year
in brooms. ,
.1th It will not rnl.fl i,lut.
Hlli The rubber can 1m replaced for Uoent.
7lh The head i malleable Iron, ind will last
Nth If you wish to use a mop, or cloth, to dry
the corners, remove the tin, and insert your cloth,
and you hive that additional advantage.
EVERY FAMILY, STOKE, SALOON
HOTEL AND STEAMBOAT
SHOULD USB THEM.
1 am prepired to furnish them by single doton
orgros., un short notice. Addren
inyMJIm WM. 1IH.NKV, Cjlro, UN.
J T. JOHXSO.VS
And collection of t
Will exhibit in Cairo,
Friday Evening, May 20th.
The combination lust organized for the season
of 1871, embrace some of tho most tenowned
The Ileal Clown and General Pec
nnd tha best collection of Performing Animal in
Look at this Giand Galaxy of Talent;
JAS. T. JoiiNgox,
Master Show man and Dtroolor.
M1LI.E EDITH, JAMES SMITH,
It. MILLER, N. CLARKE,
T. MOE, H. RISCHER,
J. LESTER, N. WOLF,
II. LAMMERINO, II. UFDEQRAm,
II. GARDNER, II. WILSON,
It. HON HAM,
THE GILLIAM BROTHERS,
tho unequaied Trapezo Performer.
The favorite of the Arena, and a host of other,
making a company of unuenlable worth and
ONLY ONE EXHIBITION IN CAIRO.
Door open at 7 o'clock. Admlss'on SO cent
children under in year ai cent.
ltAYMO,t HALL, Agent.
TM. jr. NCMUTTEK,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Agent for best brand of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
Importoci Aloa ofdir
No. 75 OHIO JLE V3GE
Jjl M. NTOCKFIXTII
(Successor to Pohle & Btockleth)
Kcctldcr nnd AYliolcsalo Dealer la For
eign and Domestic
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
7S Ohio Iievee.
caieo - - - ilx;:
He keep on hand conitsatlVi a full stock et
Old Kentucky Roitrhon, Ryo and Mt)
ongiihela tViilafcles, Fruch llran ,
die, Holland Oiti, Rulne
and California Wines.
W. Stratton. T. Bird.
TIIATTOX A: I11UI,
licensors to Stratton, Hudson A Clark.)
Q7 oxiio xjxr7'ja3D
Agents at American Powdtr Ct)., mmm
3Jniuiractnrers AKrntafor Cot tost Y tar at