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CAIRO'S UAILI10AI) CONNECTIONS.
1 IMKTARLX Or THK ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R
On ol after Honday, May 14(li,1?1, tlif follo-
rK iime-iaw.' win govern mo ntrnai nii'i ik-i-
urn 01 .iintr train nt Calroi
Mrf-Mall train, daily 11:41p.m.
K,Pre, daily..' - "'
.li-ilM-Mnl1,,ially 3.9i .n.
GxprtM.ilnil, except Hunday ?'
Although II r regular hi. 1.. Unln l taken "
tli train out nl Or.. ..II !' '''ro'"!1,'",r'
l.r SI. Louis which m krn ''"" ,fr?'"
I. om oy the irnlnii II,. Relic, Ilk- "' ' '
l.vl A, elo.c cen.ierlion "III ' """
...In, nnd there ..II '" r'"1"'' nf CV''T,
,, u. r-ui.. The train '"" t"1 ftt
I..M.. The auction of Miipi-mlK e.pecially
i. II. .1 In the fad ! Fruit i:xr'ltnlnwill
I. .,e (iilrn iMIIy.HdluM")!' expected, nnd will
in ike ihr run from lhl city to Uhlrngo in twenly.
,.. hour... J-W. JOHNSON, AKnt.
iil'ICKKriT ROUTE FROM SOUTH
II,MN01S CENTRAL R. R.
.St Louts, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi-
CA0.O, i KV 1 OUK, JSosTON,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
1V eager IrAttia Arrive At And IcnieCiilrc nt rol
lout! Miit. rxcRrn..
Aaairr .'li.'liin in .'li.'ln p.m.
Iin-tRT -. IIi4.1h.iii Ui l.l p.m.
II., Ill lraln connect ! Oulralni with I rain on tlio
I una. Decatur, IIIooinini!tcn, V. l'iio, Lit Snllc,
Mpn.loU, Frei'porl, 'talent, DiiIiIiUc, nnd
nil point In lllifolw, Mi-touri,
Minnesota, WIponln And
Iowa, A in I with
Lines running Et and vl for
tit. ljcittia, Hpfniiflelrt, Loiilaillle,
Cincinnati, Imauapolia, UoIuiiimi.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Motitliem, Anil Pitl.lnirK, Korl wajne
aiuI Chicago Railroad lor
Detroit, Cleveland, ImnklrU.
Albany, Iloaton, Philadelphia,
Maura FalU, Krle, ltiltlalo,
Mew York, riltl.nrp, llAltlmore,
AND ALL rOINTS EAST.
For through ticket Ami Information, Apply to
iiiiDoin lyemrai uauroau A'apoi.
W. P. J01IN80N.
Ceneral Paaaenger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
MOUKD CITY AND (JAIKO.
THE STEAI TUCr, CACHE
Capt. "William II. Sanduhky,
FOUR TRIPS KVKRY DAY
roOT IT KIUIITII HTUrrT.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
Lkavk 31 i. City,
At 8.H0 A.M
At ll.liO A.M,
At ':io p.m.
At ti.30 p.m,
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
BOX FACTOIIY, IIAWK'h I.A.VIMNd, KY,
MOUTH OK CAOIIK, MAlil.VK WAYS,
AND NAVY YAW).
CAIHO and NASHVILLE l'ACKKTS
Tho lollowliii; packets Icaio (,'nuo
on the day nnd nt the lio'ir lilfnv iinme.1 :
Kv.'ry Monthly nt U p.m. ;
Every Thurxliiy, nt 5 p.m.;
Every Siiliinlny nt C ji.in.
For Freight or I'lmage apply on Imard, fir lo
JMCifiS i- MALLOUY,
jan2c'7iifi 7.1 oiiio i.i:vi.i:
CAIRO AND I'ADITOAH DAILY
The 'wiuilirtil nnd llihl-.lriiiiglii
JA.MKH FISK, .Ml.,
IioiKri i l,in Miiflei
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
AT 5 o- 1 1.1 K, P.M. ;
LEAVES I'ADUCA 11 DA 1 LY,
AT 0 O'CIMK, A.M.
TTllaving niprrlor BPcoininod ilioii hn
ilclta piiUic pAlromgo.
OiTPArtlciilar Attention In pMdti.i ni cetinii of
invoice ciiargei, hut the li'.ut will not l.e refpfiu
Iblu for tho HAine until eolliM'leil,
F. S. MUIIRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
MAD UKMOVKli VI10M PIMtllY llni sp.
11RICK HUILDIN(i on SEVENTH ST.
0PP01ITK WINTKItV III.III'K,
HI'. Iik gieallr improved I
now oil hand all kludi of
improved Id" Nloi'k, nnd h:m
ii a i.i. i.uiins,
Kit A II Eh, E'IC.
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To ih lowmt living figuro, nn.l he invitca the
patronage of I lie piihlic.
Board and Tuition, per annum J J.''! oo
HELLMUTH LADIES' C'OLLKOK
UAVCViATlD l h. a. II, l HINCf AKTIIl'R,
fecardakd Tuitlan, per Minurn J'.-.'fl 00
Pi.lldent-Tlie Very H V 1. HHImiiih, . .,
Dean of Huron.
c.?.rdw!!!M'' 10 ""J" ''''"'
deWimo macuini:. "
CTfDty.flTe to two hundred dollamper tnoriii,
O crerrwhere, male and female, u, Introduce Hie
lienuloe Improved Commanheime Kauuli Ki'vun
maenina. Tina rnaenmo win autvh, h( in. fell
luck, bind, braid, cord, rmlli und eml.roliier In i
...w.i.uiiriiui iii.uu.1, '.ivoniyxil KllIU
warrantdfornTeari. Wwm .ny i cii f,r
yny machine thai will aew a iuongcr, inore heiiu.
liful or more elaatlo team than cart, II mukea ii...
evti.ii.ib u,iiy.i. .. v.... '"' '""V ."toe
... .. - Krui tio to (ji.i ,(,r
month andtxpenaaa, oTacomniln,loii from which
twice that mount can U ma do, ror tlrculir"
Wd lermt, apply to or addrem,, v
C. 110WF.IW A CO.,
Cirrioii, po pot t Impoaed upon hv other
MTtUa naimlng ott wortllleaaeaal Iron lnardilne
badti Uut aame name or otherwlac. Our. fa U,e
Mly K'nalnaanl really practical theaiunarhinti
North, Thrown W'li.m. ifcinp.m
.. 2iWp:in. 11tip.m.
Hoiuh, '.y la.lftp.m.ll'p.'".
. Through N. ()., Mem
phuAnd OolumlMii. I.rsop.m. 4:(ip.in,
Ohio IIIpp mule, (except
Mondail fi.eop.m. f.wp.ni!
Iron .MmilllAIII It. II V.3'lA.III. 11:111 p.m.
Mi. Ilwr roulp, Tiicchiy
Ami Krhlny o.dip.m. 7.t"p.m.
Tlirhc, (looixi IhIaihI .t HnnlA
IV, lll., ThlireilAy A I rl-
ihv ! C:(ip.m. 7:(i0ft.in.
Mnjfiol.l, lllnn-lt illo nml
l.otcltifo, Ky ,11:(iUn.in. t.dOp.m.
oil H i. noriiK.
(icncrAl lii'ltvory 7i:in.in.
Mniipy Onl-r ilppAiilniPiil V:KI n.m, film
ltpgiMor " " " " .iMA.tn. fi.dOp.in.
Finney .'rupr nna iiefiiier iicimrunciiK noi
open on Huinl.iyM.
OUKiJCoMMiMirin, No. 13. HIaIpiI Anm'.lj
Al Hip Ajlum MAnni i Hull, llrl nn.l lhir.1 8n
unlAVA Ini'ftph innnlh.
1'Aino Oi spii, No, "Jl, Hpgul.ir CnnvocAllonAt
Jlnonlc Hull, Hip rppotul Friday Inrnch inonth.
CAino CiiAi-trR, No, 71. t.'giilnrJConiocAtlon
At Mannnlc Hall, on the tlilhl Tnpdy of ciery
Cairo Inmr, No. SSI" V. A ,. M Itpgul.ir Com.
miinlCAlion'nt Mnonic Hull, thn tocond and
fourth Momlft.ia of papIi monlh.
DriTA Loiirf No. Ann '. A. .11, ll.-jiilir Onm
miinlCAlioni. nl 3lnionfo Hall first nnd third
ThursilAj a Incncli inonlli.
AirxAsnrn Lonnr, 221. McpIa In Odd Follow 'a
Hall, In Arler'a HulMlng, ecry Tliuradny, eicn.
Ing, nt 8 o'clock.
'ultlMml ptpry inornlnc, Montliiy ex.
Tub Havtist Festival. Tho prico of
UckotB wlH bo ten conts. Tho rido on tho
C5o.sk. D.wlf, of tho Sun, lins gone to
llockford to nttoml tho session of tho press
Tiik HiiiKHNiANK. This excellent lire
coinpnny met last night for tho llrst tlmo
in their now engine house.
Won. Tlio ferry coinpnny have gnincd
their suit ngninst tho stenmer Virginia
for sinking tho ferry-bout -Missionnry.
Eon loitOAN. .lohn J'. Holey, of this
city, hns sont to Joel .Morgnn n liirgo list
of Cairo s nbscribcrs for tho Gallalin Ga
Roi'ons. Tlckots for tho round trip to
tlio picnic of tho Rough nnd Ready llro
coinpiuiy, on tho coining Fourth, will cost
fifty cents ouch.
Musir. Iscnbwg's string band will fur
nish music for tho Rough and Ready fire
company on tho coming Fourth. Trip tho
light fantastic, mid bo as patriotic as you
Tn: Thieve-. Light-fingered gontlc
iiioii, who can carry oil' heavy articles, havo
been Ktcnlfiig tliotioi from tho track of the
Cairo nnd Vinccnncs railroad near Mound
R.Mi.uoAH Com m pit kk. Tlio railroad
commklco met at tho council ciiuniour uist
ni 'lit, but didn't do much work. Hon. II.
W. Wubli was added to tlio eommittoo bv
u unanimous vote.
Read tho advertisement in uuotnor col
umn of the enterprise in aid of u jiublic
library nt Omaha. Ileing legal and con
ducted Iririilly niiil oji'iily U u suio guur
iiiiteoor I'nii tics'. jolf'ilA'wl w.
Invitkii. Tlio llilii'i'iiiar Imvo invited
III o Dolt.i Social ('lull to attend their pic
nic at tho Flura (iarilin on thu coining
Fourth. Tin' club luti. not et ucted upon
I'lP.hwouKs. Tim Rouglis will mako
the lit'ti vt'ivh bright with patriotic light on
i tluMivenlng of the Fourth. Ornnd dWplay
of tirowiirks at SchocVa hull Just before tho
I bull. Look out Tor it.
At NliiilT. On the evening of tho
Fourth n grand bull will In given al John
Solicel's hull, for tho bunollt of tho Rough
nnd Ready llro company. Tickets, 60
cents. Ladles and children free.
Willi? Let tlio-o who uro against tho
Intcre-ts of Cairo show their linmU by
voting ngaiiiht tho ('alio ami Viiiconnes
railio.ul on next Monday. Tlio gontlcmcn
who wi.li to iniki. thi i"iio with their
neighbor can bu iH'coiuiiunlnlcd.
1'AllTIEi IN I EMHMl -III KEMI 'III NIW
YoliK I'llll AMEUU'AN W 1I'IIKM'N SAVE
TIME ANII E.l'lli:s CIIM:(II IIY PPIICHAS
IX(I I HUM IN C.ll!.l. II. llul'PT HAS .II M
UECEIVEH A I.AIilll! INMiil'H WHK'II WII.I,
11 E SOI.il AT I'.ASTKIIS PIlll'O.
Patkiiitism. Tho patriotically .li.
pofed citizens should imt forget the Rough
and Ready llro compaiiy's picnic on tho
ovcr-glorioii Fourth. Thn grounds, op.
posito (laligher's mill on tlio Kcntuiky
shore, are buing put into upple-plo order
for the occasion.
Tin: Rapiist Fa lit. Tho fair and festi
val for tho benefit of tlio baptist church,
will, if appearance uro not deceptive, bo
a very mccci-sful alliiir. It will bo hold
on Thursday night in tho hub nnd spoko
factory building, nnd a special car will
carry vistors to nnd from tho fair free.
IUii.iioad M keti.no. A grand mass
meeting in favor of tlio Cairo and Vin-
cennes rnllrond will bo held on not. Sat
urday niuht. nt Winters' block. Thof.il.
lowing eloquent, able nnd liublic-snlrlted
gentlemen will nddrcs tho meeting:
Messrs. I). T. Ltiiugar, D. W. Munu and
Odd Fellow. Tho snlcnilid llttlo
tteimier, Odd Fellow, will begin running
lofciiuirom tlmj.ienlc of thu Rongli nnd
l.eadyfirccomi.aiiyl,-0),1ie bo(of I'.i.jhi
rttl, at elglu u clock in tlio morning, und
"w ) inis uuring thu ilay.
llowE -Tim general agent of tho Howo
scwini; inachlnocoiiiniinv i n n
in the city for tho jmrposo of tocurlng u
"u"Nl;" '"m mr tho company. .Messr.
Hunt A: Young, of Springfield, general
dealers for Central and Southern Illinois
doalgn Crtublishlug lu tuh city u distrbut.
Irig ollleo for all points on tho Ohio ilvor
within their district.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1871.
Nonf n. Tho dimcull uttondliig the
gnthcrltig tip of tho conl. jiitions to tho
forthcoming baptist festlv has Induced
tho committed In chargo to loqucst Hint nil
donations bo sont to Mrs. II. W. Webb's,
to .1. II. Phillips' grocory store, on Wash
ington nvonue, opposlto tlio custom house,
or lo J. H. Metcnirs, opposite tho court
house, ns may bo most convenient.
Meat. Tho branch mentahop of .lames
kynaslon, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocory sloro of .lauics
Cnrroll, Is now In full blust, nnd this pop
ular butcher Is supplying all the refined
meat caters of Hint portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried him givo him a call. If
Hum v. Curl L. Thoim is appreciated
by tho public. Ho now employs n dozen
workmen nnd is kept on tlio "jump" nil
tho time. No body denies ovurj bod
aerts that ho is tho best painter and pa
per hnngcr In tho city. Tho citizens who
send nwny from town to gel paper hunger
to do their work whllo Thomas Is with us
nnd of us ought to he haiigad in n more
skillful manner tlinn any paper hunger
can hang their papor.
Peace Juiiii.ee. Wo havo been In
formed that a meeting of tho Gorman
Xiuln n.'soelnUoii of tills city wna hold Inat
night nt riilihnrmonic hall, and n discus
sion lind on tho wisdom nnd practicability
of colobratlng in Cniro tho recent German
victories. The details of tho deliberations
of tho association linvo not yet boon mndo
public, but wo understand that it was de
termined to make Cairo howl with o big,
racy, funny and jovial Juhiloo.
Small Crimes. Three colored gentle
men wero beforo Uross yesterday on n
chnrgo of drunk nnd disorderly. Fnied
$5 nnd costs each. Jail 13 days each.
Pokor 11111, n negro gnmblor nbuscd his
Sally Ann, nnd was sent to Mcllalo for 13
Chns. St. Clair struck n friend of his
for mentioning Mrs. St. Clair's namo lu n
barber shop, nnd was lined $.1 nnd coits.
Theso ''boys" wero nil gobbled by tho
vlgilnnt Chief Myers who seems to bo
running tho pollco mnchlno on his own
THE EVEIi-ltEAIlY PI HE COMPANY',
THE EVEI!-IIEAI)Y .KI11E COMPANY,
OX THK KOUP.TII,
ON THE rOL'KTH,
(IIVE A PICNIC IN KENTUCKY,
(IIVK A PICNIC IN KENTUCKY,
KOUNII TIIIP CO CENTS,
KOl'NI) TItIP CO CENTS,
DON'T FOIlflET TO (10,
llON'T VOltOET TO (10.
(I eiiman School Diiiectoki Thanks
Rktimineii. At u meeting of tlio direc
tors of the (Jormnn school association, held
ut,tho oflleo of .Itidgo llross, on Monday
ovciiing, .lime "0, thanks were voted unan
imously to A, Lohr, Chns. Fcuchter,
Stovo Swauit. nnd Iscnlorg's string band
for liberality in giving goods, limo nnd
labor to mako tho recent picnic of tho
school a financial and social success ; and,
in ii very especial manner, tlio directors
returned thanks to tho 1 ies who com
posed tho coiumitteo having thu picnic in
chargo. Tho association cleared, In round
nunibars, two hundrjil do'! rs.
Uaiil It. Thomas, Sec'y.
liv.y. Aims. Tlio citizens who do. ''end
tlio policy of liavini; our streets crowded
willi hogs running nl large, always grow
oloipicnt about 1 1 . c Muvciigor und call
tho porkers tin ci.nsci'Vatorx of tlio health
of t io city. In llii way Alderman Wit.
ter the thunderbolt of tlio fecund ward
ilefcndf tho hog; but wo can't tec it.
iiogit make morn dirt t'.ia'i tlicy cut, und
lo not do tho woik f ecavengura with any
nbilllv whatuvur. If ihu council uitiid
havo scavengers, let them follow thu ex
in n j itn of Chnrlchton, South Carolina, nnd
buy buzzards turkey-buzzards, Tho Al
bany Aryiti says : ''Tlioy aro certainly
tho best Fcuvmiir,irii in tlio world. They
livo high, for buzzariL, but nro not proud.
They stay hern during the whole year, and
do not neglect their business togo to Long
Jlriineh in thu summer." Down with
hog, nod up with buzzards.
Whipped and Concii.eated. An a
teomed citizen of tlio third ward esteem
ed by those who urn unacquainted with his
character in one of tlioso paroxysms of
wrath common to frail humanltv, hatted
his ''better half" on tlio head yesterdny,
and pushed her backward ovur tho railing
of tho side-walk injuring her breast. Hav
ing devoted comddcrnblo attention to tho
wicked writings of Mrs. Stanton, Mrs.
Livermore, Wendell Phillips and other
strong-minded women, tho "bottor-lialf ''
had come to believe that It was not her
duty to submit to tho tyrant, man, nnd so
she ' raised Cain" and got Chief Myors.
Hut so (rail is woman when Myors
readied tho battle lluld, tho belligerents
had uiiidti peaeo and wero billing nnd coc
ing. lie contemplated their marital felic
ity for two seconds, nnd then with'' ow
Model Ri.ank Hooks. Wo havo re
cently turned out from tho Uullktin
Rook Hlndcry u completo sot of blnnk
books fori'. R. Woodward, Esq., tho onto' -prising
iron merchant of this city. Tho
ledger, which wo point to us a book Hint
cannot bo excelled in any respect by any
similar book from any other establishment
in tho country, contains ono thousand
pages ruled, printed and Humoured. Tho
two journals, cuitulning eight hundrod
pages each, nro also models or their kind.
Our very elllciont binder, Mr. Marcus
Silvcrburg, has dono himself great credit
by his workmanship on theso books, Thoso
of our merchants who will porsWl in fund
ing to St. Louis and Chicago for their
blank books, and who won't beliuvo that
wo can turn out as good work as anv other
bindery or printing olilcu lu tlio country,
should consult with Mr. Woodward beforo
thoy bend nwuy for woik hereafter. There
is no man In thu city who luii u liner tnsto
in printing, binding or ruling tliiiu Mr.
oodward wo never met a business
man inoru difficult lo pleasu and yet
wo refer lo him, and havo no doubt that
ho will do our work justice, and give lo
it tiiopridso which It iimri'"
TUB mm YESTEUDAY,
A (II1EAT lll.OlV-THLNDKIt AND I.iailT
NlNd, WINK, ItAIN AND HAIL llllANCIt
KS STIHPl'ED OP LEAVES TKKES 1IL0WN
DOWN CO UN FIELDS ItUINKD HOUSES
UNItOOPED SIONS AND HIIUTTEIIS T011N
FltoM TIIKIH PLACES COAL 1IAIUIE
SI NK THE DEVIL IN TIIK ELEMENT.
About two o'clock yesterday afternoon,
a storm burst over the city, nnd for prob
ably half an hour raged with great vio
lence, Tlio wind blow almost n httrienne; rotn
and hall fell In torronts, and for n tlmo
the elements seemed to bo in n
state of confulon worso confound-
nl. Destruction followed In tho path of
the wind, and In nil parts of tho city may
bo seen the cll'ectsof its depredations.
wero stripped of their leaves, branches
lorn away and curried Into tho middle of
the street, nnd In toliio instances, trees wero
entirely bUwn down. Nearly nil tho
llowcrs in tho city were destroyed.
also, in the fields adjacent, fell beforo tho
sweep of tho wind, sustaining great Injury,
nnd it is fenrcd that tho storm in its course
may havo dono serious hnrm to this ccrcnl
in other plnccs.
Tho roof of
wim torn oil' tho building nnd a dolugo of
wntcr poured into tho now hall. Tho ex
tent of tho injury is not fully known, but
tho room will need to bo replnstorcd and
other repairs made.
In dilluront parts of tho city
wero torn from their fastenings nnd blown
into tho streets. Tho sign of tho
was blown down, taking with it tho cap of
tho window to which it was joined.
Tho chimneys of tho distellcry and
stnvo factory wore blown down.
Not content with its depredations in tho
city, tho wind swept over tho water, and n
bargo of tho
CAIIIO C1TT COAL COMPANY,
lying In tho bend, with 12,000 bushels of
coal, went down beforo its rcslstlcts sway
Tho chimneys of tho -Iko Uammit were
also blown off.
lloforo tho storm was ended, the rnin
turned to ball, by which considerable
damngo was dono to window glass in va
rlous portions of tho city. From two to
four hundred panes, in tlio
wo arc informed, woro shattered by tho
Wo havo noted hastily tho damago dono
In and about,Cairo, so fur as wo could learn
by hearsay ond observation. Wo hopo wo
havo told tho worst, but fear that tho
storm, in its course, may havo been disas
trous to other localities beside our own.
MOONLKIHT EXCUIISION ClIANOF. OF
PnoaitAMMK. Everybody of good tnsto
indulges in moonlight excursions. Thoy
nro luxuries ; particularly so when given
under tho auspices of dipt. Dugan of tho
steamer Eekort. Ho " tin expert moon
light excursionist, l.- ' lg devoted much
time nnd attention to tho business, nnd,
allied by tho silver cornet baud, can beat
tho world. The excursion to-night will
provo tho truth of what wo say. Tho
Eckort will Icavo Capt. Phillips' wharf.
boat at 8 o'clock precisely, landing nt
Mound City nnd proceeding thenco up tl
river a short distance, returning to Cairo
nl 1'-' o'clock, and landing thoso who wish
tn return to their homes. Sho will then
proceed down the liver, and again return
at half-piii-l o u it o'clock, leaving again for
Mound City, and letiiruing finally to
Cairo at hnlf-pa't two. Ticket, tho round
trip, $.1.01); children, 'Jj cent.
(lo to the Sou hurt: hotul, on Ohio
levee, it you want a pleasant stopping
placu, or a good boarding bonne. They
keep everything in first-class, high order
except tlio tortus.
Tho Cincinnati peoplo aro ronowing
their subscriptions lo tlio Cairo and Vin
ccnncs railroad company becauso their
business will bo increased by tho road,
Cairo's trado will bo benefited one hun
dred fold moro by tlio road than Cincin
nati's, and yet who will bellovo it thero
nro about twelve men in Cairo who nro
opposed to tho roml. These uro tho twolvo
npoHlcs of old fogyism, und tho moss of
indolenco covors them from head to foot.
Tho toubles in Paris havo nt last sub
sided, nnd Win. Elders has received n
largo invoice of "Jodat" nnd "Morcinr''
French calf skins two of tho host brands
made, which ho is ready nnd willing to
mnnuraeturo into boots und shoos, for any
and all persons who aro willing to pay tho
highest cash prices. His shop is on 20th
streot.'opposito tho oourt houso hotel,
William Alba's barber shop is grow
ing in public favor every day. It is neatly
fitted up, and can boast of tlio most skill
full workmen In tlio city. Tlio propriotoj
has had many year.' experience in his bus
iness nnd is recognized ns ono of tho most
expert shnvors in Southern Illinois, while
young Alba is n master lu his profession
Citizens and strangers who wish n pain
less shuve, n luxurious chnmpooing, or
their hair cut in the latest stylo shouli
pntronlzo Alba. Ills shop Is on Washing
ton avenue next door to Hunuoii's nows
Tho bnrbor shop of (lus Hlme, on Sov
onth street, between Commercial nvonuo
and Ohio lovec, has becomo a plneo of
popular resort, visited by nil persons who
know how to npprrciuto u close und de
licious shave, (!us is a master in his pro
fession, nnd employs only tho most skill
ful of workmen. His razors aro always in
order, his towols faultlossly clean and his
shop the noalost and most comfortable lu
tho city. Givo Gus a call, and experience
his skillful manipulations of your beard
ii ml you will know what tho pleasuros of
it first-class shavo arc.
If you wculd havo new life, now blood
and ronownd vigor, uso HELM HOLD'S
GRAPE PILLS. Purify tlio blood nnd
beautify tho complexion by tho uso of
HELMUOLD S EXTRACT SARSAPA
RILLA. They uro no cheap pntont mod
iclncs.but thoroughly Phnrmacoutlcal
und aro not equallod by any English or
SHALL THE IIULLF.TIN PUIII.HII THEM
WHAT HAY OUK IIHSINK'S MLN AND CITI
ZKNH OKNKHALLY 7
Wo started The Bulletin with tho dc
termination ot giving to tho people of
Cairo just such a nowspapor ns thoy would
pay for, nnd no moro. For, our knowlcdgo
of tho history of newspapers horo convinced
us Hint that enterprise which would strlvo
to givo to Cairo journals which only met
ropolitan cltlss can support, was lll-dl-reeled
simply absurd and could end In
but ono way that of donth ; brilliant
pcrhups, but cortaln. Tho man who
would conduct a buslnujs, tho oxpenses of
which would continuo to exceed the re
ceipts, would, desorvedly, bo sot down
as n fool, unworthy, commercially
speaking, of tho conlldcnco of his follow
cltlzons. And yot, thero uro many per
sonsa few frlonds, ns woll ns ull Its ono
mics who grumble at and decry the
Uullktin, becauso it will not Indulge In
tho losing gnmo; bocnuso it will not do
that for which tho Cairo public cannot af
ford to pay. Wu havo not published tho
press dUpntchcs, becauso wo could not pay
tho amount asked for them. A consider
ablo reduction has, however, been mndo in
tho rates of tho dispatches ; but that fact
alone will not warrant their publication in
tho Uullktin; for wo havo been compell
ed, but latoly, to curtail expenses to mako
both ends moot. Hut, If wo can obtuin
from our citizens sufficient encouragement
in tho way of increased advertising patron
ago nnd tho enlargement of our subscrip
tion list nn increnso of our incomo to
half tho cest of publishing tho dispatches,
wo will tako tho full report ; nnd thus bo
onablod to lay tho current nows of tho
world, with completo market roports, be
foro the pooplo of Cairo ten hours In ad
vanco of tho St. Louis papers. What tay
tho business community to this propo
THE FAIU TO-DAY AT THE llALLAUD WAHE
HOUSE LIST OF COSTU1IIUTOKS--LISTOF
Tho fair to-day at the Rullard ware
house will bo largoly attended by holders
and buyors, nnd wo expect to sou a large
turn out of tho citizens of Cairo.
Tlio following porsons contributed tho
$1,200 which will bo distributed in pre
D Hurd & Son M J Cox
J P Gomblo Jos Rayliss
C Rox & Uasket Co Southorn Hotol
S S Tavlor Tabor Ilros
J M Phillips Arthur Iloylo
F D Roxford M S Ensmfngor
R H Cunningham D linen
First Nat Hank John Gocklo
Hnllidoy Pros Str Quickstep
11 C Weirlck Str Arkansns Hello
A 11 Safl'ord Str J as Kisk Jr
F Korsmoyor Ferry Co
Parsons, Davis & Co Jos 11 Rocd
Wolter Hystop George Yocum
Wood Rlttcnhouso W II Schuttor
St Nicholas Hotel John H Oborly
W W Thornton Porkor & Hluko
Phil Howard Sam Orr
N L Wickwiro Elliott A: Haythorn
Tho following is t'to list of premiums to
bo nwurded to-day:
Pint Ctasi Rest hhd. bright wrapper,
not loss than 400 lbs. net, $1&0.00 j second
best hhd. bright wrapper, not less than
450 lbs. not, SoO.OO; "iird host hhd. bright
wrapper, not less than -150 11 '. not, $'J0.
.Second Class Host hhd. shipping leaf,
not loss than 1,'J00 lbs. no wagon by
Gamble, wagon manufacturer, 100.00;
second best hhd. shipping leaf, not less
than 1,'JOO lb, net, $50.00; third best hhd.
shipping leaf, not L td t' 1,'JOO lbs net.
Third CYimv. Hot hhd. black wra par
not los than 1,1, (I I lbs. net, $10.00 ; second
host hhd. Iilick wrapper, no: Ics than
1,000 Ibf. ml, i'Jo.OO.
l-'uitrth t nun. To the owner of the best
llvo lihds. lu.it' tobacco of iti cla-s, by Cuiro
box ami bakel factory, loo.Ull ; to tho
owner of the second lust llvo hints le-if to
bacco of its class, $!iO.(X); to tho owner cf
tho third best five ' . leaf tobacco of its
Fifth C.ii.v.i. Special or Tenncsset.
To tho owner of tlio best hhd of leaf tobac-
3 of its cla'j, $50.00; to the owner of tho
best ten hhds. of leaf tobacco of its cluss,
Sixth Liam. To tho lady in whoso name
Is exhibited tho best and neatest prized
hhd. of leaf tobarco of Its ch s, $76.00.
Seventh Class. Special or Illinois.
Host shipping leaf, not lc:s than 1,200 lb?.,
not, $100.00; second best hhd. shipping
leaf, not less than 1,'JOO lbs net, $50.00.
liighth C.Vm. To tho owner of tho best
ton hhds. of Its class, $100.00; to tho owner
of tho second best ten hhds. of its class,
$50.00; to tho owner of tho third best ton
hhd- of i class, $25.00.
A FINE LOT OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
FUIINITUKE AT MUS. WARWICK'S IlKS-IDKNC-K.
I will offer for snlo, on Thursday, Juno
29, at half-past 0 o'clock a.m., nt tho rosl
denco of Mrs. I. M. Warwick, on tho cor
ner of Twelfth street nnd Commercial av
enue, a largo assortment of parlor, bed
room and kitchen furniture, consisting of
sofas, chairs, mirrors, carpets, bodstoads,
mattresses, pillows, stoves, cooking uton
Mi, bureaus, knives, forks, etc. Salo pos
itive and without reserve.
I). Hautman, Auctioneer.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
Mrs. J. Cummings desires to inform tho
ladies that sho Is about to disposo of hor
spring nnd summer stock of goods at cost.
Her stock comprises n very lino scloction
of hats, bonnets, flowers, ribbons, etc., nil
of which wero choson with great enrc. All
tho lndios who want fcasounble, tasteful
nnd cheap goods should not fail to patron.
Izo Mrs. Cummings, as tho Intends to put
nil her goods nt tho very lowest cash
prico, lu ordcrtodUposoof them ns qnlck
ly ns possible. Great bargnins can lo
mndo for tho next few days.
Fiiuit For Sale. Tho undorslgnod of.
fers for snlo, in tho orchurd, In Pulaski
county, nine mllos from Cairo, a largo
amount of cholco fruit, consisting of
peaches, pears, apples, quinces, etc. This
fruit can bo bought at a great bargain, If
Hfpllod for soon. Enquire of
1. S. IlAYVKlNf,
juu21d'Jw U. . C'ustQin Uouio.Uairp.
City Maksiial'h Notice. Notlco Is
horoby given that on nnd after this dnlo
tho ordinances providing for tho Impound
ing of hogs, horsjs, mtilps and other Mil
mals found running nt largo contrary to
tho provisions of said ordinances, will bo
rigorously enforced, Iho necessary pounds
for tlio purpose having boon creeled. Par
tics Interested will laku notice and govern
themselves accordingly. A. Cain,
.Tunoi!7, 1HC8. 2711! City Mnrshnl.
Great Excitement. Tho city lias
been agitated during the. pasl week on tho
subject of tho nxcell int St. Louis Reer,
Woiss Deer, Rhine Wllic, mid plciiilld
cigars for snlo nl Chailoy Sehoiiomcyer's
saloon. Ill WeM Reor h becoming a
popular drink hie Rhino Wluo is thn
best in thu city, his St. Louis Rccr
always Ico cool. Tlio Egyptlnn Saloon Is
locnted at the corner of Tenth ulrcot and
Washington uvcriuo, where all lovers of
Uood things to drinl; ahould call.
Economy. Hy using Mrs. Whitcomb's
Syrut) for children, many n doctor's bill
can bo saved, und much sull'orlng nvcrled.
Read the advertisement In another col
Avert the Evil. If mothers would
give Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup to their chil
dren when sick, mortality would bo less
among them. It only costs iii cents,
Foil Sale. A good open buggy. Ap
ply to James Johnson, Stone Depot.
KlNDLlNO. 500 " glais boxes " for snlo
nt 6 cents each. W. W. Tiiounton.
NEW ADVERTISEM KNTiS.
JULY 4, 1871,
ioa urn aaacrir
OF THE METHODIST CHURCH
THE STR. T. F. ECKERT
Will leaje th wharl al 7 o'clock, a.m., onancx
curalou up the OMo, touihn ut
TlckeH, which ain't ! procured l.fore goirg
vn ioaru, can it nm in uie nook itiei iiriij; .-ioirp,
Leave Ciroal .. ')i a. in
" Jlound Ci at a.m.
" Caledonia at h'C h.iii.
" .Motropoli at 10 , n.m.
" i'mlucah At II:. a in.
Iteturnlai: lo L'jlro a an early hour III Ihu evenirn:
l air for tho rouml trin from Cairo. II; Irom
.M oil nil uuy, Ji; trotn i;uieuonm, ;u irom .neiro-
ooi la. c i. inuureii irotn e io n ve.iraoin. i. vir,
Noclilldrcn allowed logo unlem accompanied
by parenla orgnaruiani'. joa.nu
The Illinois Central liail llo.id Comp. ny now
oner lor aatn the loiiowiuguc.criiii lorn in I iri
A, i.iiuou to tlio uuy oi u.uro, it.
Lot i7 hlock .-o. Lot -Jl hlock I ,
., jj i0i .j .. tJi
' t " HI, " it " Si,
' t ' ht, " :il ' ,
" 'u n, " -J si.
Fortermc .apply lo JAMI'.S JOHNSON,
A. II A L L E V,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow WaiC, I lotliei Wriii"er, 'J oil t
iinrc, com lion, 1 iro .-Iioh-Ih, Air t ...le-.
mam rAi tt'uru 01
TIN, ZINC. COFFER AND SHEET
No. 1GG Washington-avenue,
8-Itooting. (.iillering, and nil kind ofol,
work doiienl nhoilent nonce. lelddlf
K P5 S
o o (5
THE l'KOI'LE'S MEAT MARKET
t!HAN. (JAVr.lt A CO
K..l constanlly on hand (he Lest nf heel,
pork, million, veal, lainli. aaimngo, pudding,
etc. freah white lard lu uny iUiiiillly, corned
Leer, eh.., alwaya on hand.
Ordera promplly tilled, nnd aall.fjction warrnn-O'1-
Bntrlirr una Dealer lu nil KIuiIn l'reli
COKNtO .VlNCTICKTU AND Poi'LAn STREET.
"TJUYH and alaughtera only the very heat cattle,
L) hogaaod aheep, and la prepared to till any
demand for fresh niuala Item cue pound to ten
iIiuusaq'I pound. aecWif
Oil no. In..,
is rill, rum
AT lURCLAYs' DRUO STORE.
Khimi Si ii i.i, ini.
MOCKINti IMIII) FOOD
Alt. ii r a i. v ion or. wirii.ur in in.
II I. M II O L II' CJ
GRAFF, f oatawii.o ';f crape 1 FILLS
CATAWIIA l. (IRAPE
OKA l'E I CATAWIIA S i CiRAf K VP I Ll..l:
AM, AIL or
ii i: i. m ii i, i -h .it i: n i 'r.v i s
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
.1 Ufll in UlfUiLr Itl Dififn lltil.li nml f.ia f L. i
J p.' "11 J t '' 'I""
II ii r r I ii y Itron,
ari3i!si-i blue Xiicir
I'or Siile liy lie (JIuhn, Hot Up r llitllnii
fcay-ExTRA Fine Coloone;
OSf G kn u i n k Imported Extracts
86711 air, Tooth and Nail Jskuhk
UQylNDIA ItUIIIIER NUR"ERY (lOODS
l'URE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Heel grade, in lari;n alnck and in
riely, lerj cheap.
Full Line of Colors
I'AI and in Oil ,
Paint llmahea, I. M.ee l 0, .
WhllewTmh HriiMien, Turpttnl ne,
Vnrnllier, Klc. etc ,
All MM AM, HIMumi jl ilirilJ
AT llARI'LAY- .
tUe lhe.o nnlv. an, I .a I .aii.
rnonej, I r ,r.var.l fcr anv e j ,i.e.ui. ,
nn; . (eutiietilli y la il to cure
DR. RICHAUS DOLDEN HAI.SA.M,
SOU. 1 llllli nrd .lit trrPlttsaait nltne.,!.... I..
III!. RIOIIAI-SIIOI.LKN' LLIXIH D'A.Mnl I
M Ihe urealent Initio nnd u.lrinKent in themei
Ml nti-lV(iol..KN TIIhT,
a Uio ont r. (iI.I.- .l.ufH. .
rilPX1 r lllSi.llI ItfH til. I ...la. j..l ...I ..
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Hi: Kit IIAt'S (iOI.DKN MA I.SAM
Nl " 'fx, n i i r.a. I - n 'lir l n
i i ! . Mirii-. I.I .l.a .
; I- f tut tiriMte. r-iu i.ti .r. .ili.mt.tr -am
i.ln.-i j-ir ti.-r known. ii-m, ,vn tln im.rPtjr it i(
Uih hi .t 'in, an.l l.-iut- tin i.ioott Hir (ih
Ml. ltlCll.l".S COLUMN IIALHAM,
No 2, . urea mereiirlnl atleciiona, rlieiiiiiiliin ,
nil ita forma, nnd uivea immediaU) relief in ,
Hit. IllCIIAL"ri fiOI.DKN ANTIDOTK.
fn.llrial mien f , - nil . I .
I'ncf, ?1 icr bottle.
iHl, ItlCirAir.H (iOLM'V KMX IH I)AfO!'l(
A ndloftl uure fnrnrrvoiiH or Ronernl ilobilily.
fill) fir vnlllltr llnnnrflnir cni.i-..u - lit. .. r
I'riiia I, i.ai- LaiiL. r.- I.. . t- en
rl town Aatv. l'rompt atttntion ii.al.l to k
COrri'M tlOfliifnlM. Nnnn irnitltin u lilmttl ll.ia nai.
i.f lilt lflf'II A tVU llft Ikl'V IMMiritL'u s. i
sti.ii titisc, ptuiu iirujineiar, iiovn m
I'lfmlnrj annl TA.I I .... I ill t .
v, pi 4,,, iia'ir nuj'ii I vi nn ULlVini yi
AJ.lrraiat TV fl 11 1Mliila B n.;ni . v '
"Hfnl inouoy by pxnreHH or onlpr van,
no lo. Jl7dam(
UDDI ?tl .1 A II ITVtn
SOUTHEASTERN It, R.
On nnd After Monday, April 21th, 1671, train wl
i uh sag iuiivnn i
TUAIM OOINO NOl'TIIEAST.
l.ltqVa Vlp.flliln , .... ... .. .
" HiiritiKtield 'Ji'J'l " .'ion "
" Tayhmille lu;W 1 Jfi
Armenl Pann hhij ln &:17 "
TitAiNA noiNfl Nnnviiwr.r.
" Tii)lonille 1:17 " 1.! "
Arrive at r!prinKneld,..iil5 W'l "
l,eKi HpxinKlield 6:25 " 0:11 "
Arrive Hi Vlrtinia Si'il .....:ti "
TUAINA (10I.VU aOCTIIClST,
..viivu r.uuuwoou u.Mi n.m iv.o.ii.
" Flora aril Ilstn "
TUAINS OOINIl NOIITIIWCST.
j.i'iivc niiuniii'ciowil o:io n.m ..-"I'.i
'.' Flora 2:55 " R""
Arrivu ui iiiKewooii,....,:oo " .mmm..-'
Tho 5:110 n.m. train from Kduenood. MD" "Ml
Mondnya, Wadneadayantid Frnlaya, and (i.l'ui.ti
.n,, rrn,i, Ul.n n f..lnu.l.iu. '1'litl..
iIiivh and Katurdaya.
Connecla nt Ashland Willi Jacksonville dllmin
of Chicago and Alton llillrnad. for Jacksur.il,
Peterahurtt, Maon Oily. nnd nil polutaweat.
At Mprluutleld, with UIiIcako nil, I ,11 ion, nn,
Toledo, Wiilmsh nnd Western Hallrnad, f
II nnrn nnl,n II . ...l nil niilniu iv 11 rill tlr.rll
WA'm HUH MCHI. j
-iimm nun inn iuxi jwiubi mi
At KiIltcwooiI wiili Chlc&ffo Division 1 11 1 no I
Ceiurnl lUllnmil. . ...
At Flora, with Ohio nml Mississippi ua nroa.1
At Hhnuni.Plnwn. with HtoainboatS fOf UIDC'lll
' ' j-.lt a IVJIk UU ITU ninllHllfiM
John FoaaiTT.tJon'IFr'Ktand Ticket Ab'I.
y-uiifiai I'i'in ta-nrv riPini intr in iiihiiv ilii
IlriJf bL'b. lliUiCUj luuuuiuji Hi" i mi vi mm vnim.
ivrui wurK i""
J tho lU'LLr.TiK HulMiPff, ih prt-pArcd to ftrsia
nit kin U or blank uoou to lliu ixibllo au4 UO
Utn.l nf lilmllnr.