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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1871.
CA I R0-Hn A I MtO M) CONN KCTtONS.
lUrTAIILKOFTHK ILLINOIS central n.iu
M ami anrnn,ly, M"r Hth,lB7l, the fnllnw-iwe-taMe
will jforn the. arrival and ileparl
, ,.. f Maanuprln ns n' Cn.ro i
, , , I (run, ,'nlr 11 n j
K.rt'". .lady i I . Jon
j ,,,,-Mil,'tlly 3tn.n
Enrn. ilftilr. oxeert Miui.lar 3 J" I'-'''
A' uh II regular Ht. I.oiii Irnin I" Lilien oil
I Hi it.ln out nl Tuin. will have lliromh rt
1 r -I. IOUl", wnien Mill lo laken ihpwk"
1 n n n by tha trains on the fifllo llto ro-vl
I ml rlK eonneollon will l
iniHo nt I'll-
, , .. w.l Hi" "HI Ik no lmni of r from
i , . i . Hi. Lniilk. The Inn loit'ii Cairo nl
-, i i. in.wlll hue i Ihroiiiili fleepfnirear lor ft.
J i, The attention of alili-er In e.j,e. hilly
, ,i ,1 'ii the'si-l tint a Fruit l!xiri train will
j ,v I ,(lto ililv,Hitiirlnj rxpriloil, ninl will
i ,al.- Iii r.,n from this nty to Chicago In twenty
t , , ,ir.. JAS. JOHNSON, Afscnt.
Ql U'KEST HOl'TE FltOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CKNTHAIi K. R.
J r. Loci, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, N v:w VonK, lliwTux,
POINTS EAST AND AVKST.
)'asMiiier train arriv at and leave Cairo nt fol
ur :ii:iu n m :h:iii p.m.
J rrAnt l iii.t ii. in .i p.m
1: ili Into connret at fntr.ili.i w II Ii train on (no
lulu. I WAliir. Woo m linden, III " W-'i
l. I..I.H1, Freeimrr, reiis. f 'iiwi'iiii! an
all ilnl in Illinois, .Vixoiirl,
JllDnIA, H'l.i'on.ln Ami
loan. Anil Willi
f.fnp running Knl and West for
H. I-oiii- Hp njrfieM, i.oiim;IIIo,
I iDcmnili, lii.tinaoll, Coliitiilwi..
.n.l at Clifiviiro with Miolilifsn ConirAl, .MI'lilg.in
fWllllll-ril, "ll'l I I" -... run "Jii
ami tlnioatfO Kallriiiula lor
3v(nill, nrpainl, Imnklrk.
Alhany, ltnton, I'lilla.l.-lplila,
larall1 Krle, utUlo,
iwVnrk1 1-itti.litirK, llalllmoro,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through UeMt an.l information, apply to
Oneral I'anenKor Agent, Chicago,
J, JOIIN'SOM, ARnt, Cairo.
THE STEAE TUG, CACHE
Cait. William II. Sanhusky.
FOPIt TJtlPS EVKRY DAY
OAIEO 3rX) CITY
I kit m r i.iiTti htbi tt.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 p.m.
Leave .Mil City,
At 8.30 a.m.
At ll.SO a.m.
At '-'.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WJIKN HAILKD,
3;ox rACTor.v, iiawe's i.anih.vo, ky.
MoVTII fiF CACHE, MAISI.VE WAYS,
AWH NAVY YAI'.II.
'AlltO andNASIIVILLK l'ACKKTH
1 The follow mK packclF eii Cmro
Dili"ila)n mi l at the lio'irn lulow .inini-il :
'Jvi-rj MomlHy ut ji.tu. ;
Kvrry Thiirnlay at 5 p.m.;
Every SAtunlny, l r. p.m.
"" - .I'rl'i -i,p vii'v on laianl, nr tn
UlCUS ti MALI.OUV,
'3u;,;';"n 7.'. (tlllO I.KVr.K.
"-.xJI7"S The tK-niiiiful nml IlKht-ilrniiRni
I AM MS FISK, .111.,
I""fi Shimi.1 Miirtrr,
LEAVES CAIKO DAILY,
AT .'. llYlnek, l-.N. i
LEAVES I'ADHCA II DA I LY,
AT 'J o'CIIK k, A.M.
"i'lUnni mpi rior iu nininoilatioiiH klin ko
I pul.lii- purnimKe.
"""I'arlienhr ntti-mlon it p-nl to enliei-tlim of
i liarx'-i", hut the limit will not In- rep""
' (or the .iiini-until i-hIIik-Ii-iI,
(i.K I 'I1TI.KS.
V. S. MUIUIAY,
(J AS AND STEAM E1TTUU
n.H KKMovr.n fp.om vr.iinv itot'si:
fcllll'K IU!II.DIN(I on SEVENTH ST,
Opposite WINTERS It LOCK
CAIUO. 1I.I.IN IIS
on h-iii.l nil lilii-lx uf
HALI. 1. IIIHTS,
HE HAS MARKED DOWN
1 ii i Li. Intu it living fi.ir', hii.I he iuvit
putrontige of Hit (iiI.m-,
JllK J'KOl'IJi'S 31 HAT .MAHKKT
CHAN. JAVI.IC .1 CO.,
"1 KF.I' lon.t.intly on hand tho l-M of U-e,
- l-y' ni iii.iuuii, ti-ai, iiiuiii. gHiiaaj-H. iljililllij,
i'- l-roi-h .liiii- inril In any (UHiitlly, eorm-il
Olden. proin.Uyfii,,n. aitlsf.tclion warrnn.
I iilelieruu.l Healer In nil l(l,u M.sll
CokHlli NlktUlk,,, ilu I-uHAkfelWrT.
r NOTIOK. "
Iter for Bale tlif follow , -Jel?? !d ffl'.?
AiLlllloii to Die City of Ciiio, , , 1 " ln lr"
J ot tt Uock 20. Ut HUa.v i,
For trm.,ir., apply to JAMKHJOHNSON,
s...i. i W.lll,
lt;il p. ii'.
,. Iini p. "i.
..I-2.1A I'. in.
phi, ami 'M'l".
Ohio Hirer rant. C'l'1
', '- " im !'
r. oo p.iol
11 i.i p.m.
, ,( K.wa.iti.
I- irr inlilo, nwii)
ao. rrt.IV r,....in.
Tin I .", (' Island A Hmitn
IV, III'.. Thursday A I"rl-
,!..) I W"'l.in.
Mai fl lit, ll'an-lnhe nul
I.meln e, Ky IM'io.in.
General ivlivfry 7i10n.ni.
(iiml.i( m" a.m.)
Motif) Out -rili'i-ml limit S-.IH a.m.
IUki-Iit ' " " HKin.ni.
Money Onlor and 1'cjl.ter dcutmeiit
open on Suml-iya,
THE M AVON'S.
CtiHiV'oMwwur.RT, No. 11. "tito.1 Am'ily
at the A'jlntn Mnxiui) I'nll, 1irt nn.I Until Siii.
iinln itirnoli month.
Ctinol'iii m m, No. 21. Ili-giihr CoiiMioationnt
Mannlp Hall.tlic ci-ooihI Krl.lay Inoacli Inonlli
Ctino CiurtiR, No. 71. SrRiil.irJ t'onvocntlon
at Ma'onlc ll.ill, on the tlilnl Tueailay of eery
Caiko Iionnr, No, 237 V. A A. M ltrf?u1.ir Com
inimle.iltnna'nt taonle Hall, the ecoml nml
fourth Moiiihja ol em-h inonlli.
DrtTA liOMir, No.tW I". A A. M. llrgular Com
tniiiilcAtinn nl Mnonic Hall 1rat nml thlr.l
Thurailnya In c.ieh month.
AlriAM"" tMir, :.'. Meeta In O.M Fellow'i
1UII, In Arter'n Hull HnR, rrery Tlnir.ilay, een
Ing, at c o clo jlc.
nltlNlM'il riiTj' infirtiiiiK, .lliiniliiy '
-Kennedy yesterday hung tho bell of
tho Iiibcrnian llro compnny on their now
Lett Fnxon of tho raducah Kcntucl-
inn, wns nt tho tobacco fuir yesterday. Ho
looks like a blooming maiden of forty
Cain gobbled thirty-four hogs yester
day nnd impounded them. Myers has nlso
gono into tho hu.'incf?, nnd lias used about
threo bushels of corn in endeavoring to
induco unfortunate porkers to como into
Davis of tho Sun gotthof-torm signnl
mnn here, nnd since tlml time wo have had
nothing but blows nnd blnsts. Davis
shoufd bo held responsible for nil dnmngo
done in the city. His protege of tho signnl
station brought the Into storm upon
u, because ho can't get kick in Cairo.
The IlAPTi.vr.s to-night,
At the Hun Factouy.
To AND FltOM THE FESTIVAL
Admission, Ten Cents.
Ofcourpoall our etti7.cnn will bo nt
tho rai'road meeting on Saturdny night.
They will bo entertained nnd instructed.
Air. Munn nnd Mr. "Wilson will both havo
something now, fresh and racy to say.
Linogar Ims, it is truo, often held forth
before such gathering8, but ho is getting
chock full of now matturnnd wo anticipate
n whopper from liltn.
Tho toublcs in Paris bnve nt Inst sub
sided, nnd AVm. Khlors bus received n
lurgo iiivoiei. of '-.lodnt" nnd "Mereinr'1
l-'i . i.i ..If k'hi twn nf tho best brands
made, T.-hicb lio is ready and willing to
tnnnufneturo into boots nml shoes, for any
nnd nil persons who nro willing to pay tho
highest ensb prices. Ill, shop is on '20th
stroet,'oppoito tho oourt boils') hotel.
William Alba's barber shop is grow
ing in public favor every day. 11 is neatly
lilted up, nnd enn boast of tho most skill
full workmen in the city
Tlio proprioto j
hnshiid man v vonrs' oxperionco in his bus-
i ri (- nnd is recognized u ono of tho most
expert idmvorii in Koutliui n Illinois, while
yiuiiig Alba is n tnastor In bis profession
Uiti.eiis and strangers who wli-b n pnin
biss slnivc, n luxurious ehumpoolng, or
their hair cut In tint lutmt stylo should
pittriiul.ii AUm. His khnp is mi Washing
ton avenue next ilimr to llntmon's news
Miijor Ktilllns, of lliUurd county
Kunlueky, g'it (lanibbi's largo prize wag
on nt tlio lolincco lnir yeieriiny. t t:o
wtigon win u splendid piei-o of work, and
lairo on Hi xldo tho I'ullowlng inscription
l-'i.r Hit) licl hint. iirHliippni Lett,
J. r. tiiimlile, Milker, t.'iirn, 11'.,
AwhiI-iI ul tliojil aiiiiiiiil luirof
lull inl 'riili.u-eii Wiiii-hiiiivi-,
. Cairn, III , June :, l7 1 .
('nln says ho arrested Nell Davis,
lloubeu Robinson, Poker Hill and Alex
Robinson all of whom were sent to tho
city jail. Cnln declares that hu is not sal
fish, but thut ho dun'l want his laurels to
bo placed on any other mnn's brows
"Lot each tub," ho says, "eland on its own
bottom, mid I will be satislltid."
Tho barber shop of Cus Illinc, on Sev
enth street, between Coiiiiuercinl nvotiuo
and Ohio levee, has becomo a place of
popular resort, visited by all persons who
know how to appreciate uc!oo nnd de
licious shave. Cus is a master in his pro
lession, and employs only tho most hkill
ful of workmen. His razors nro always in
order, his towels fnultloi.lv clean and his
shop tho neatest nnd mot comfortable in
tho city, tlivo (5u a call, and experience
his skillful manipulations of your beard
und you will know what the pleasures of
a flrst-clas. .have are.
Somo pcoplo will nut learn that they
cannot sell Hqiiorln Calrowithoutnliconso.
Mrs. Cirtill has boon laboring under tho
erroneous impression that tho could. At
lean the win very euro that she could koll
mo in email ttiuitltic& If hho could ,.ni
it'll whisky, and ,!, did. Tho result was :
ho was introduced to Judge Ilrossasa,,
-..... ce uri'iucr, and the judge fined her
; lus ' 'mlc" her indignation.
. 'inmrauon does not please
tier, Under former mnvnr. .,.,
U sturbod In her biulnuu, and the pulicu
".u ..ui, iiiicriuro wnero they were unwel
come. Hut now nil is chaimod. and n ,,,
uri-imon It 1 .11 1 . '
,,ul unowou lo turn an Inmost
l'tnny wltliout being dragged Into n pollcu
kiiouiu not b ko hard
the EVKn-of.ottini; Fotniril--(iitAM) I
VII- AT THE FLO HA (MKIIEN.
TUo Hlliornlnn flro compnny, jccotiil to
no eowpnnv- in llio city In otlloiotiuy, Imvo
reolvcil to eolobrnto tho comlni; Fotirllt
hvn picnic nt Florn Unrdon, nml nppcitl to
tho citl.otis for tlint pntroniigo to wliich
tliolr Jnliors for tho public goo;l lins entitled
tliotn. Tlicy Imvo procured tho jorvlccs
of tlio silver cornet bnnd, nnd will open
tlto festlvitlm bv lnnrcliliiL', bended by the
bnnd, throuli the prlnclpnl streets of thtf
cllv. Arriving nt llio lyirdcn tbe decinni
tloti of indcpcndencQ will bo rend by
.M. II. Hnrrell nnd tin oration delivered by
n gcntlciniiti wIiojo iininc will liereiiftcr be
nnnotinccd. Tnblua will lo prepared for
tbe bungry, mild drinks furnished to tboo
who nro dry, nnd nn opportunity to dnrieo
given to tbose who iitfect tlint iinni.'einctit
No improper cbnrnctori will bo ndmllted
nnd llio best of order will bo preserved
I'boso wbontlcndtbU picnic will enjoy u
plcnsnntdny nnd bo in nodnnger bycilbir
Held or Hood. Ticket. 60 cents.
Tho committee of nrrnngotnenls Is com
nosed tho following ccntlcmen: Willtnm
Mcllnlc, Jnmcs Kennedy, .lnmcs II. Eng
lish nnd John Hognn.
The Uaptist to-nioiit,
At the Hun Factohy.
To AMI KltOM THE FESTIVAL.
AtiMi.io.v, Ten Cents.
HOUGH AND READY FIRE COMPANY.
THE PIIOPOSEII FOUIITII OF JULY PICNIC
THE PLACE THE rilOOIIAMME NAMES
OF THE COMMITTEEMEN, ETC.
Tho Hough and Kendy fire company nro
making cxtensivo nrrnngemcnts to cele
brate tho Fourth of July in nn npprcpri-
nto manner. They hnvo determined to
hnvo n grand picnic on tho Kcntuoky
slioro opposito Ciilighcr's mill, nnd to in-
ito tho public to participate in tho festiv
ities. Thcro will not bo much oratorical
patriotism indulged in, but thcro will bo
tiny qunntlty of fun nnd hilarity. All tho
edibles of the senson will bo procured, so
that the hungry may ealj those who aro
dry will bo supplied with the wherewithal
to quench their thirst, nnd a string bnnd
will supply music for thoso who nro in
clined to trip the light fnntnstic too. Tlio
ncnt liltlo steamer, Odd Follow, lias been
hired to convey citizens to nnd from tho
picnic grounds nnd will comrnenco run
ning nt 8 o'clock n.m., and mnko n trip
every hour during tho day. Tho bont will
bo handsomely decorated, nnd tho boiler
deck be covered with canvass for tho ac
commodation and comfort of ladies nr.d
Tickets f.O cents.
After tho pic-nlc, commencing nt 0
clock p.m., thoro will bo n grand bull in
dulged in nt Scheel's hull, nnd n ningnitl
ccnt disjilny of llro works bo mndc.
Tickets to the ball, for gentlemnn nnd
ladies, &0 cents.
The colcbrntion will bo conducted under
tho direction ol tho following committees:
On Arrangements Joseph Mendel, A.
Marx, F. "Whitcnmp, F. Strautz, nnd II,
On Jloattinm. Walters, l'etcr Khs,
Christ. Orth, M. Silvorbori;, Jos. M. Vir-
run Joseph JJ. Taylor, J. H. Mctcntf, W,
Oi Har Jnmcs Swayno and Herman
Meyer, cashiers j Joseph Mendel, Hubert
Hribach, F. Swobodii, 11. Zimmerman, F.
Wittcnmp, Fred. Strnutz.
lee Cream Stand A. Marx nnd H. lllx
by, cashiers j It. Hobsnckor, Nllcs Swnyne,
1''. Deckor, II. Hasonlaegej, F. Axley.
7-Voor Manaaers John Koohler nnd
A Disocsted Dutchman. A largo bus
iness establishment of this city, desired
more lirollclcnt workman than in their
opinion they could obtain in Americn
und, nccordingly, sent to huropo and on
gaged tlio sorvlcos of a very oxport mo
clianlc a Cierman. Ho arrived In tho
city a couple of weeks ngo, nnd wont to
work. Ho wan delighted with Ills situa
tion. Tho work was light nnd tho wages
lih'h. Ho saw riches not fur abend of his
nose In tho future, nnd resolved to bo
nt economical at possible. Taking board
nl ono of our hotels, which ho thought wns
conducted on tho European plan, he
bought cheese, crackers, dried beef, etc.,
and eatislled his hunger in his room, .thus,
in ho thought saving tho cost of meals.
Rut when ho asked for his bill at tho end
of tho week ho wns astonished. No de
duction had been made for meals missed,
and ho was required to pay full prico.
Ho was disgusted ho knew, and bolloved
he had been swindled. Ho told his em
ployer, that ho could not, ho thought, got
iHvd to tho peculiar hotels of tho Amoriean
people. '1 hoy did not suit him. Ho did
not liko them. And ho deliberately packed
Ins trunk, nnd t-tarted for "father land."
A note received from him, dated nt Now
York, biiict ho would sail yestorday, and
that ho could nover again bo Induced to re
turn to a land in wliich thoy tolerated
hotels llko thoso in Cairo.
A Cakd. To those kind friends in Cai-
ro who have giviin us such marked proofs
of heartfelt und tender sympathy in this
hour of our mortal agon v, wo take this
mutliod of returning our sincere thanks.
No human power can restoro to us our
lu.it ono. No human Innuunsn can mln.
pintoly describe tho desolation of our
hearts. No human sympathy can fully
lUiiiago our sorrow. For roller wo can
only look to (Sod. Hut your 'tearful eyes,
your choking voices, your suppressed sighs
und tho wnrm pressure of your hnnds,
havo told us plainly that you sutler with
For your manifestations of sympathy
and your testimonials of respect nnd re
gard for tho memory of tho dead, ngnlu
wo thank you.
Henky "Vv. Knolimi.
Miis. II, S. K.s'ui.irtii.
C.unn, 11)., Juno 27, 1871.
Odd Fellows' Notice. Tito regular
homl-annual oloctlon of olllcorj of Alexan
der Lodgo No. 22 1, I, O. O. V., will take
place nl tho hull of tho lodge, this (Thurs-
evening, Juno 'Jit. Members nro
hereby notlllrfU to attend proparod to pay
uuu mm time pan in mo eioctlun. Visit-
nu brothors nro cordially Invited.
I Jno. II. OliKHLY, Bcc'y.
THE TOBACCO FAIR YESTERDAY.
SECONDAN.Vl'.W. FAIltOFTHi: 1IALLAHD TO
IIACCO WAltEltOfsK LA ltd K ATTEND
ANCE AND UN LOOK El) ion SUCCESS THE
AWAltD OF PltEMllMs HALE OF Pltt.E
TOIIACCO, ETC PULL I'A IITIOULAU-.
Tho success of tho second nnntinl fair of
tho Iliillnrd tohncco waroliousc, hold yes
torday, taken In connection with tho snlo
that succcdod it, was n desorved roward of
tlio liberality nnd untiring cirort of Messrs.
D. Hind A: Son, nnd must servo to In
ntigurnto n tuoro protperotu era for tho
Ca.ro tobacco market.
While- it Is an acknowledged fact that
no point in thu country presents greater
facilities for tlio collection, sulo nnd ship
merit of tobacco, than Cairo docs, It Is
also true, that tlio building up of a tobac
co market here, has Involved n
labor and outlay of monoy
of which thu general public lm no just
conception. Tim planters of the country
had established buinoM relations with
l'nducah, Clarksvilli.. Evniuvillo nnd
Louisville, and nothing that well-nppllcd
energy, llrsl-cht" business nblllty nnd un
limited moans could do townrds maintain
ing thoso relations, was loft undone. Hut
tho situation of Cairo, In relation to tlio
best tobacco growing regions of Western
Kentucky, West Tennessee and houm-
crn Illinois; tho extraordinary facilities
possessed bv tho place for tho shipment of
tobacco by "mil or river tonny point In tho
country, nt tho lowest rates of freight; tho
easo nnd expedition with which tho buyers
of St. Louis, Louisville, Chicago, Detroit,
Cincinnati nnd other cities can nttend our
sales these, nnd tho tireless Industry, tho
abundant capital of Messrs. llurd & Son,
and tho entiro willingness on their part to
invest thut cnpitnl hnvo flnnlly tri
umphed, und to-dny Cairo stands recog
nized ns ono of the best tobacco markets
in tho west or south. It bus passed tho
experimental period, and become n "lixed
fact" n market that enjoys tho confldenc
nnd growing patronage of tho planters of
tho best tobacco-growing regions of tho
THE FAIR YESTERDAY,
was a triumph over which tho citizons of
Cairo, every planter of tho tributary coun
try, and everybody clso who desires tho
success of tho Cairo tobneco market, may
heartily felicltato himself. It was a suc
cess in ovcry concclvnblo particular a fail
ure in nothing.
lIUYEIlb FROM ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK,
Chicago, and clsowhcro commenced arriv
ing on Mondny, nnd every boat nnd truin
until AVcdncsday morning, contributed to
their number. The planters of Kentucky,
Southern Illinois and of tho neighboring
counties of Tennessee wcro present In forco,
so that, when tho splendid sil
ver cornet bnnd of tho city signall
ed tho hour for opening tho
warehouse, no ono felt any misgivings as
to the success of tho fair, in tho ono essen
tial particular of attendance. Among tho
PLANTERS AND 1IUYERS PRESENT
wo noticed Mr. D. Locnthnl, of New
York; Mr. Martin, of, Evansvillo; Mr.
Brooks, of Cft'oyvlllo; Mr. J. Schlango, of
St. Louis ; Mr. Jno. Goodnll, of Marion,
111.; Mr. Jas. Thompson, of Louisville;
Mr. M. Fitts, of Du Quoin; Mr. L. Stnbl,
of Kv.t Mr. C. Popor, of St. Louis; Mr. E.
H.Turner, of Quincy; Mr. J. K. Erlck-
son, of St. Louis ; Mr. F. J. Chapman, of
Carbondalo; Mr. M. W. Jlarhnm, of 111.;
Mr. O.. S. Moycrs, of Alton ; Mr. K. J.
Dudloy, Mr. "W. M. Cofleo, Kit Terrell,
Lowls F. Marshall, tho Hon. Thos. H. Cor-
bott, nnd n host of others from llallard
county, Ky.; Mr. M. Uoodmen, of Quincy;
Mr. J. F. Calloway, of Paducab, nnd qui to
a number of planters from the neighboring
counties of Johnson, Union, Massau und
1IALLARD COUNTY, KY.,
was represented by her most extensive
pointers ana uisiincuisiieu citizens, n
number of whom carried homo most grat
ifying evidence of their success in the
culture of tobacco, in tho shapo of hand
tome cash premiums. And right hero it
may not bo nmlss to publicly roc
o'tiizo tho intorcst manifested by these
und other citizens of llallard county, in
tho success of the Cairo tobacco market!
Thoy havo extended to it their patronage,
and without the least inclination to waver,
hnvo seconded tlio etlbrls of Messrs. Hurd
& Son, to aehlovo tho triumph which tho
fair, yestcrdny, mndo so strikingly and un
When, nt 10 o'clock, tho crowd had
gathered in tho largo warehouse, tho fol
lowing gontlomcn woro charged with tho
duty of designating tho several awarding
committees, viz :
(1. W. Hlnes, of llallard county; W.
Knees, of Illinois; Jesse Hinkle, of llal
After n brief consultation it wns an
nounced that tho following gentlemen
had been selected as
TIIK AWARDING COMMITTEES ON THE
.lames Thompson, Louisville.
Herman Meyers, Cairo.
!, S. Moyor, Alton.
M. Fitts, Du Quoin.
L. Stahl, Kentucky.
C. Popor, Jr., St. Louis.
E. IL Turner, Quincy.
.1. K. Ertckson, St. Louis.
F. J. Chapman, Carbondalo.
-M. AY. llarhnm, Illinois.
J times Thompson, Louisville.
(Fifth das'!, no ontrim )
(Neatest prized hhd. entered In tho
mime of u lady.)
.A. II. Sallord, Cairo.
It. .1. Dudley, Kentucky.
W. M. Colleo, Hallnrd county.
(Host hhd. entered In tho nnmo of n
M. (Joodmnn, Quincy.
Mr. Martin, Kvnnsvlllo.
Arthur Hoylo, Cairo.
Di.Locitthnl, Now York.
J. Ilrooks, Cnsoyvlllo, Ky.
.1. M. Phillips, Cairo.
Jlonry b. Hnllldny, Cairo.
J . Sclilaiip;o, HI. Louis,
J oil n Uoodull, Marlon.
THE DISPLAY OF TOIIACCO
wnsono of tho finest over tnndo in tho west;
nnd It wns tho gcnornl conclusion that tho
show of bright wrapper has nover been
surpassed In tho country, Jlotwoon threo
and four hundred hogsheads woro sam
pled, nnd of this largo qtinnllly fully
twenty per cent, was bright wrapper.
Ocntloincn who had nllended tho princi
pal tobacco fnlrs of tho country during tho
past ten years , declared In our pretenca
that nowhoro hnd they scon n moro oxlon
sivo show of bright wrnppcr thnn Hint
which wns upon tho bracks of tho llallard
THE AWARD OF PREMIUMS.
Tlio awarding committees nwnrded pre
miums ns follows :
Host hhd. brlghtwrnppor, R. AVake
flold, Rulhird county, $150.00.
Second best hhd. bright wrapper, 0.
Rollings, Hullard county, $0.
Third best hhd. bright wrapper, John
Ashbrook, llallard county,
Jlest hhd. shipping leaf, C. RolllnKS,
Hallnrd county, $100.
Second best hhd. shipping loaf, J. II.
Third best hhd. shipping leif, W. M.
Host hhd. black wrapper, C. Manor, $00.
Soiond host hhd. black wrapper, Joo T.
AVllson, ballard county, $25.
Best flvo hhdi. leaf tobacco of its class,
J. S. Uullidgo, Illinois, $100.
Socond best flvo hbds. leaf tobacco of its
class, R. AVukoflold, llallard county, $50.
Third best flvo bhds. loaf tobacco of its
class, O. S. Uishop, llallard county, $25.
Host hhd. leaf tobacco of Its class, en
tered in tho namo of a lady, Mrs. AY. J.
Kolllngs, llallard county, $75.
Neatest prized hhd. leaf tobacco of its
class, entered in nnmo of u ludy,Mrs. J. 11,
Owon, Uallard county, $75.
SEVENTH CLASS SPECIAL TO ILLINOIS.
Rest hhd. shipping leaf, J. AY. Hcaton,
Johnson county, $100.
Second best shipping leaf, C. Hurton,
To tho owner of tho best ten hhds. of its
class, J. S. Qullidgo, 111., $100.
Tho awards gave ontlro satisfaction, de
feated competitors ns well as ull others
fully Indorsing tho judgment of thonward
Tho premiums hnvlng been delivered,
D. T. Lincgnr, Esq., extended to tho plant
ers, buyers and visitors generally, a cor
dial welcomo to our city. Ho gnvo the
welcome in tho namo of tho proprietors of
tho Hallnrd tobacco warchousonnd tho cit
izons of Cairo. It nfforded our people
much pleasure to meet so large a number,
and ho expressed tho hopo thut the occa
sion that had brought them together would
prove of substantial good to all
concerned, and stand ns tho iniativo to
plensnntcr social relations nnd closer busi
ness intercourse between tho citizons of
Cairo and of tho country around it. Again
welcoming tho multitudo of visitors, Mr.
L. announced that tho sulo would com
rnenco at 1 o'clock p.m. to which hour thoy
would now adjourn.
AFTERNOON THE SALE.
At ono o'clock tho laro crowd rc-as-semblcd,
comfortably filling tho second
story of tho warohouso. Tho prizo tobacco
was then sold, ns follows :
Rest hhd. of bright wrapper, to Turner
& Haines, Qulnoy, Ills., $118.00.
Second best hhd. bright wrappor, to
AVhito & Krickson, for $00.00.
Rett shipping leaf, to J. F. Ciillowayi
Ky., for $lt!.25.
Second best shipping leaf, to AVhito &
Third best shipping lent. (Not yet
Rest hhd. black wrapper to Meyers &
Drummond, Alton, $10.00.
Second best hhd. black wrapper to J. F.
Collowny, Ky., $11.00.
Rest 5 hhds. leaf tobacco of its class, to
AVhito A: Krickson, $3.00.
Second best 5 hhds. leaf tobacco of its
class, to Turnor A: Hayncs, $10.00
Rest hhd. entered in namo of n lady, lo
Turner & Hayncs, for $111.00.
Neatest prized hhd. to A. Roylo, for
Rest hhd, shipping loaf, to M. Good
Second best hhd. shipping leaf, to Tur
ner & Hayncs, for $11.25.
Rest 10 hhds. of its class, to J. F. Callo
way, for $8.10.
Resides tho nbovo sales, ovcry ono of
wliich wns entiroly satisfactory, ono hun
dred nnd fifty-six hhds. woro sold as fol
1C hhds. lug 5.9503 .50
51 11 low to good loaf. 7.000 0.10
23 " shipping leaf 7.5012.7G
18 " black wrapper 8.0013.3G
15 " bright wruppor lfl.0000.00
For want of tinio a largo quantity ro-
mainod unsold. It will bo offered this
morning at 10 o'clock.
James Hlaukr, a colored man, ontercd
it hogshead of loaf tobacco grown by him
within tho corporate limits of Cairo, In
n spirit Hint Is worthy of high commotida
tion, tho Hallnrd county planters in at
tondnnco mndo up a purso of $10, nnd pro
son led to llhinks ns tho cultivator of the1
first nnd only hhd. of tobacco over raised
AVo congrntulato Messrs. Hurd & Son
on tho result of tho fair. Their success
lias surely been equal to their expectations,
nnd is ut least u partial roward for their
unflagging labors nnd largo outlay of
Licenses I Notice. Partlos whoso li
censes oxplro on tho first day of July aro
hereby notldod to renew tho samo Imme
diately. No iiotico other than this will
be given to parttou Intorostod.
M. J. Uowlky, City Clerk.
THE oniiEROK RUNNING THE TRAIN TIME
AND PLACES OF STOPPING,
Tho Irnln will leavo tho pnsengo depot
for tho first trip at 7 o'clock and 15m. p.m.,
nnd will slop at 8th, 1-llh nnd 'JOth streets.
It will return nl onco lo tho pasengor
dopot nnd mnko n aocond trip with tho
samo stoppings. It will leavo the Hub
fnctory nt lo oelock !!0m. for tho passenger
depot, and returning, will make n second
trip to thudeput, stopping both times at
ma streets anove mimed,
J. Johnson, Agl
A FINE LOT (IF IIOl'MEHOLD AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE AT MRS. WARWICK'S RES
I will oiler for sale, on Thursday, Juno
29, nt lmir-pat D oelock a.m.. at tho rnl
ileneo of .Mrs. I. M. Wnrwlek, on tho cor
ner of Twelfth street nnd Commercial av
eiiiio, a larco assortment of pnrlorl bed
room nnd kitchen furniture, couslitliii; of
sofas, chiilrs, mirrors, carpets, bedsteads,
mattresses, pillows, doves, cooklnir titen
s I Is, bureaus, knives, lurks, etc. Sulo po
lllvo nnd without reorvc.
D. Hartman, Auctioneer.
(1001) NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
Mrs. J. Cuinmlncs desires to inform the
Indies that slio Is nboul to dlsposo of her
spring nnd slimmer stock of ioods ntcost
Her stock comprises a vcrv lino selection
of hats, bonnets, llowors, ribbons, etc., nit
of which wcro chosen with grcnt rare. All
tho Indies who want icnsonnble, tnstcful
nnd cheap goods should not fail to patron
izo Mrs. Ctiiiimiiig, ni aim intends to put
nil her uoods at tho vcrv lowest cnh
price, In ordor to dlsposo of them n quick
ly ns possible, (ircnt baruuiiis enn bo
mndo for tho next few dtiyi.
The Haptists to-night,
At the Huh Factory.
To and from the festival.
Admission, Ten Cents.
"Col. R. R. AVakefield.of Hali.ard
A SuccebsfulToiiacco Planter. Tlio
first prlzo at the Hallnrd tobacco warchouso
fair, hold in this city yesterday, was taken
by Col. R. It. AVukollcld, of 'Hnllard coun
ty, Kentucky. Ho received for the prizo
hhd., weighing 470 lbs., $118 per cwt.
$551.00; for flvo other hhds., weighing
GOO lbs, each, 11.00 per cwt. l,230.00;
nnd prlzo monoy, $200.01, making a total
of $1,0SJ.0, tho colonel rccolved for his
six hhds. of tobneco icld by him yesterday
nt tho llallard warehouse. Hut the col
onel knows his business thoroughly and has
received only what his proficiency in to
bacco cultttro has obtained for him. Ho has
mado a hhd. of tobacco every year during
tho seven years past, nnd has received for
tho seven $5,C0O.00, an averngo of $800.00
for each hhd. Tho ono that he sold nt
Louisville in 18G3 brought $1,573.00.
City Marshal's Notice. Notlco is
hereby given that on and after this duto
tho ordinances providing for tho impound
ing of hogs, horses, mules nnd other ani
mals found running nt largo contrary to
tho provisions of said ordinances, will bo
rigorously enforced, the necessary pounds
for tho purpose having been erected. Par
ties Interested will take notlco and govern
themselves accordingly. A. Cain,
Juno 27, 1808. 27t2 City Mnrshiil.
The following recipe wns bunded us a
few days sinco by n gontlumuu who assures
us that it is n sure euro for cholera. AVo
publish it for tho benefit of tho public.
Rx. Equal parts each of the spirits cam
phor, spirits capsicum, essenco popperminf,
tlnct. rhubarb und laudanum; mix and keep
in n elosoly-stoppod bottle. Dose, a tea
spoonful hi n Utile water.
"Thero wn nfros who li-, m n kpring,
lie citiikhtHich acolil thai hououhl not mnt:."
Poor, unfortunate, Rutrnchinii I In what
a sad plight ho must havo been. And yet
his misfortune was ono that often befalls
singers. Many n once tuneful voice
nmong thoso who belong to tho ''genus
homo" is utterly spoiled bv "cold in the
hend" or on tho lungs, or both combined.
For tho nbovo mentioned "cronker" wo nro
not uwaro Hint nny remedy wns ever de
vised ; but wo rojoico to know tlint all hu
man singers may keep their bends clear
und their throats in tuno by a timoly use
of Dr. Sago's Catarrh remedy nnd Dr.
Pierco's Ooldon Modicul Discovery, both
of which aro sold by druggists. 570.
Great Excitement. Tho city hns
been agitated during tho past week on tho
subject of tho excellent St. Louis Boer,
AVoiss Hccr, Rhino AVino, and splendid
cigars for snlo nt Chnrloy Schonomeycr's
saloon. His AVoiss Hccr is becoming n
populnr drink his Rhino AVino is tho
best in tho city, his St. Louis Hccr
always ico cool. Tho Kgyptlnn Saloon Is
located at the corner of Tenth street nnd
AVnshlnglon nvenuo, whero nil lovers of
Uood things to drink should cull.
If you dcslro a mild, pleasant, safe and
agrocablo cathartic, which will cause
noithor nausea or griping pains, tiso na
ture's romody, Helmiiold's Grape Pills.
Thoy aro purely vegetable ; their compo
nent parts being catnwbn, gmpo juleo and
fluid extract rhubarb. Should you desiro
n brilliant comploxion, youthful nppear
anco, now life, now fresh blood nnd rc
nowed vigor, mo Helmiiold'h Extract
Fruit For Sale. Tho undersigned of
fers for ealo, in tho orchard, In Pulaski
county, nine miles from Cairo, n largo
amount of choice fruit, consisting of
peaches, ponrs, npplcs, quinces etc. This
fruit can bo bought ut a great bargain, if
applied for soon. Enquiro of
I. S. Hawkins,
Jim21d2w U.S. Custom Houso.Calro.
Meah. Tho tiranch meat shop of Jnmos
Kynnston, located on Commorchil nvonuc,
next door to tho grocory storo of J"'1-'8
Carroll, is now In full blnst, nnd this pop
ular butcher Is supplying nil tho refined
moat enters of that portion of the ourtb
AVnrd with splondid meat. If you hnvo
not tried him glvo him tf
For Sale. A now "Doty's washing
machlno" will bo sold cheap. Inqulro at
Ton Sale. A good open buggy. Ap
ply to Jamei Johnson, Stono Uopot.
.JULY 4, 1871,
ion Tim nr.serit
OF TIIH MHTIIOMST (JIIUIICII
THE ST It. T. F. ECKERT
Will leave the whatl nt 7 o'clock, a.m., minuet '
curloii up Hi" Ohio, tbuchlni; nt
PAIit l AH
Tlek.-ts, whieh iiin.l l- proeuie.l liefute Kiiinr
on lm ml, f-an l,i, , n. ,.n,u ,u,,l ,lny s.iiri-K
l.oiint'.ironl ji- .
;; Mo.ii.ii en,-t :!",
" ( oli-ilonl.-i hi i .
:'. Melropoh. at W
r.Hlleih lit , l H ,,,
ltetnrniei(ti,('ilru nt an early hour ill llio piiiiiK
I'.nr fur the inuii.l trip from Cairo, II. Imm
.Moiiii.I Cily, !li fr Cil.-lonu, I, rro, ,M,.tr
(Kills, Jl. I hlMteii froiiis to II yi-sraohl, firi.
Noeliililren alloweifTo ;o unless aecoinpaiilcl
I.) p.iieiitur;uardl.nii. jt-iUJ
3 C5 H
J A I IC L A v Ji iii )S .
on i o i.r. i:i;.
IS rill l LAST
at iiarci.ays' drug store,
Firm HrrrLT, Imtr.
MOCKINU lilltl) FOOD
Alt. uiii.v rou vir. wmuir tkuiiii
J i: I. M II U Ii ll 1 C
GRA l'K ( CAT.twn.v "i r,(Mkvr.) PILLS
CATAWIIA iJ GRAPE
GRAPE (.catawiia ) ,(.grai'eJ PILLS
ami ail or
ii i: i. m ii o i. it 's .m i: i vis r.s
FREsll FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always In .lock in larRe tupply, ami for Io
11 it r r I ii y 11 run,
3?I?,33SI-r BLUE LICK
just p. e c e i v E II
For Sole hy Hie ;iuss, llullli- or (Jiillou
."Extra Fine Cologne;
05TGENUINE Imported Extracts;
twy-llAin, Tooth and Nail Heushes
Cfiy-lNDiA RumiEP. Nursery Goods;
PURE AVHITE LEAD
l'URE FRENCH ZINC.
llest smiles in lartje stock an-l va
riety, very cheap;
Full Line of Colors,
MIV AMI is oil;
I'.ilnt llrushea, I.lnseed Oil,
Whitewash llrushcs, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Kle. etc.,
All. klM.K AMI .r.lVUlllli 0.1'ALITirS
STOVEN, TINWAIIK, TO',
A. II A L L K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Wftro, Clothes Wringers, Tollot
Wro, Coal Hods, Flru bhovels, Air Onto.
TIN, ZINO, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 1GG Washiiigton-avciuio,
-Hooting, auKoring. nnd all kinds ofnh
work dunu at aliuitcal nulieo. UUdil'