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liiE OAIKO I3A1LV UULLETJLN, TLEoDAY, FEJiltL,AR 13, JL87U.
TIMKTAM.r.Or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL
OB and afl-r Sunday, May Hth, 1S71. Ihe foil. -db
lin-bl govern Ihe atrival aud depart
tir of pumnf r train nt Calroi
vmjrf-Mail train, dally - i'.t.m,
i;i pre.., daily - jj,in
rrr-Mil,UiIy.... """"'-- li0o,,.m,
MM cheed I" .ll-tnportant polnta.
CAinc AND MOUND CITY
Will make llirco trfr- ''"'J-
At T.-te ?
tcamo uotxD itr
to - ji.m,
:w p m.
v....h eent; 10 llcketa for 2 JO.
u'ni T.nf" h'n JialM, "I ny Kod luterinedinte
&jD!oV;.."Kcror freight. novJllf.
EVANS VILI.H AND OA I HO,
The (Ine simmer
OUS rOWLEIl -..Master
Will leave Cairo for Evnnsville every Sunday and
Thursday evenings, nt t o'clou ., p.m. Kor
frelf-nt or piinr, npply on board or to
jnD 3 If J AS. 1IIGGS, Agt.
CAIltO AND PADUOAII
MAI I, IIOAT.
Tlie splendid steamer
Joe Fowler, Master.
Cilrn 'mi.V. HmUrs executed) at 4
I'.ir IrjUlil or iiik npnlj mi lonnl or
V JAN. II Ml (IN, AK't.
Cumbcrlnmt lllvcr Packet
NASHVILLE, CLAUK3V1LLE AND
The splendid, steamer
TOM JIAKMAN... Mailer I AI.P.X. H AUD Clerk
Will leave Cilroererj Saturday at 6 o clock p. Ill
fbrClaikovillr, anil .NmnMllc
paraj:c, apply nil Hoard or to
Kor freielit or
JAS MOOS, AK't.
KAtiHVILLE, OLAKKSVILLE AND
The gallant ateamer
OWEN l)AVIi...Maiter Clerk
Will leato Cairo rtrry TnursJay at & o'clock p.m.
for NaliTille, CI vrLarlllt nti.l nlluny pointa. Kur
fteielit or p.inja tpplr on tMar.l or lu
JanJif. JAS. 1I1GGS, AK't.
if a si i V i'llk," c l a "iVic s v hVlk" a "n d
Tlie qoo.l Ktemner
WI t.Er SI3IJI?....M.ttPr Clerk
Will lev Cnlni rrcry Monday nt oVIock, p.m.
for h'livllle, Bii.l nil y po'Is i'or froljjlit or
paage, ppl un board r lo
jaiUtr J A3. 1II0(H, Apt.
IMMItJHAM Tit HI. I K.
roil salk, ) Kor flj(. tron salk.
roil SALK.JyorHiiSlFOU flAK.
. Fnra from LirnnrooL,
I'uro from Lonkcxiikuuv
Faro from Oi.Asnow,
JJFnro from Qukknutowx
TO GA1U0, ;::::::: $ I 8-
Hailord, Morrn . Cu
Liverpool .Nor-Voik nhd riillnle Ipliu
tra covtuct wir.i f.MTr.o Mri.Nu nun tji
Kor Cirrins tlie MiIik.
for i'assaTm-: tickets
ou rtanicu isrwamov,
APPIiY TO JOHN O. DALK, Aot.',
1J llrondwuy, New.oik, or In
II. II o upt,
V,'ahlnuton Avenue, Cairn.
Tli llllnol" Central lit I I'.ni I Company no.i
!lerfor Mti tho I'.llo.rliiile.onlc.l Ioih lu tirt
Addition to the Clly of Hiiro, via :
Lot ST block Lot -.'I bln)k fi,
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rorterin,el. aiiply to JAMKS JOHN'O V,
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
TjnsiDENCE-No. !!l Thirteenih street, bx
XV tweej unliuvtnn avenue all 1 WmIiiiiI iilreft.
Ullicli. Oainnn.iri.il uf nue. up Malm,
C. W. DL'.VNING, M. I).
RF.5IDK.VCK-,-oriirXintli and W.ilntlt atp.
J n 'e-coiiier md nrni arid Ohio leveo.
Oflice hourt frame h.iii. to IJin., nnd U p.m
II. WAHDNEU, M. 1).
l-f tf?Jul';sc Corner .Nineteenth street and
uMninion aienue. near court home
ti over th pojiollice
OlSco liours-lU lo 1J
in. 4un . mi n in.
ALLEN, MUL It EY k
William J. Allen,
fcamufl I'.NV li-tler
carlNrticular atteuiTou liaij m .i ..,
OFFICB-Over K.r-t National Hank. Ohio
nvvvK t. nii ni,M..i.
VMlJlJ! U, U I JliMIlt I !
, COUNSELORS AT LAW,
jWiiiin.ii u, iii, -i
William h (i ll.ert, V CAIltO, ILLINOIS,
Silica r.tidbirt, J
ft - - -WBpecia.
atlenlion Klren lo Admiralty and
t tetmboat buinea.
oryicv oiiio levek.hoomi " and 8 ovkk
. j : citv nauonal hank.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. ttr.XFOr.I) .: Proprietor
""a onto irvn axii hton st
0 Ujg;.fo convfjel (o
tat nt Cl krye,
M Irom lhi Deptd
yj It E AND-MARI
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
AMct, oser tZ. ..i,00.),iKio
. AUa IMC
AN0HOH1) FIRE AND .MA JUNK
Of St. Louis.
Solicits all kinds ot rlik.
, f. IIHOSK,
oclITtf Agent, Clro, WiiioU.
GRAY'S FERRY PRINTING INK
C. K. ROBINSON & DUO.,
Manufacturers of fine black and colored printing
Inks. News ink put up with euro to stilt tho
spA.0KAn.l peeiilUrldej ol pressea, Quick dry-
ins duck nn.i coioraa inns, especially nuapieu i n
CAIRO CITY ROOK RINDERY,
JOHN II. OIIEHIYV CO.,
Bulletin Ruilding, corner of 12th
street nnd Washington avenuo,
All kin in of lltn.llnznn.l Hilllnir. ilonn at tlin
vi-rv low out lirli-Mi lUTiniz rnicaKe.l tlio ami-
experience In one ol oei ninnenea 01 ci. wuif.
tii uiinrinipnti iiiih rniiiuiiniiuiriii. vn vni, vim'
ll'lPIHiy i,irMlltiC Ul.r ,iiiuu w in . inn.
01 any ninarry in inn wri.
We are nulliorlieJ to announco Andrew Cain
a a candidate lor re-vied Ion to the office of City
Marshal at thn approaching, charter election.
For Clly Treamttrcr.
We are autlioriud to announce Mr. Joseph II
Tnylvrnaa oandidale for re-eleclion to the office.
of Cily Treasurer at the ennulni; charter
I'or City Clerk.
Wc ore authored to announce Michael How
ley ns a candidate for re-eleclion to the oilier, ot
City Cleikat the coming charter flection.
For Clly AtUmty,
We areauthorited to announce Mr. 1. II. Popo
at n caiidldntn (or ri'-clccllon to Ihe otllcc of Citv
Attorney, nt tho cumins chartc r election. td
Wc nre uiithoilted to nnnnuncc Kro.Iollne
Pron a a ranriiilate for re-election to the sttlceof
folice MKi'tmle, at iho ennuinK charter elec
I'iiMKIichI every iiioriiltijr, Jlloiiflfty ex
Lost. A gold cross shirt pin, set with
tones. The Under will bu suilublv re
warded by leaving it at lhi nflleo. It
Kiri.oy.i,:.NT A'a.vt:ii. If you want
goml, iiufckiinil clionii inn-oil or plasterer
j for tlio country or city, apply to C. And-
oritoii, Terry llomi', Unlro. H
A Uio Hun. In a game of billiards
iVnr.tmV iilnvn.l fin tlin lOlli ittel nt .paII'ii
, v n . - - -
new billiard hull in this city, between F.
Logan nml J. J. Ilird, (colored ), a score of
U8 was mado by Ilird.
! ilAitrttAOK Ounn:. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 page?. I'ricr
CO cents. Address Dr. llutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Kightli Street, St. Louis
Mo. Seo Atlvortiseruf nt. tf
KoAiitHNU. Ono hundred day hoarders
can bo accommodated at the Commercial
Hotel Willi day board, nrst-clim fun-, at
tlio low rati) ol''.'O per month.
Tim (iOkuk. 8 X 10 Photographic
Views of tins Kig Ico Gorge, near Co
lumbus, Kentucky, for s.tlo at Thomas'
Photographic Gallon, corner nf Kightli
street and Commercial avenue. Prlco, fiO
cents, each. dlwL'-l'J
Ikon yon tii i: Tuk.vki.. Col. AVood, of
tho Cairo iV Viiicciities ruilroud contrac
tors, is sending forward iron, tu tlio 1111
no!. Central and Carbondalo & Shawnee
town road, lor use nt the tunnel on the
C. A: V. road in Juhnbon counlv.
Tiik Hall Lait Nioiir. The Hi
bemiuns' ball lut night was a pecuniary
nnd enciul tuiveu. Tlio company mado
mjiiuy, and tluno woro present enjoyed
themselves until tho morning, when all
separated In good (.pirits nnd in the best
Pope ran City Attokne y, Klse
where wo publish tlie announcement of
Mr. Pope for re-election to tho otllco of
(City Attornoy. During tho pant muni.
j elpal year Mr. Pope has made a faithful
' Biid aUa ofllcer, nnd will probably bo rc-
iwted without a contest.
I . sl' ,llu i Famk I Tho renorl of the
j thieago relWt t()tmniUeo ,nforlIM ie
i World. U,JtJou"-l"iun.lUI,,,nBvor of Cairo.
. ,u'.k,"ount of
e i i Wl IHUIIUV. 1(1
uUW r it i ''""'V1!10"' t0 tho Chicago
aullerers. Hut whnt i in u ,., ,,,
or, as Lumsdon, is as good a u,t M . '
called by hi, proper name of Lmu&,U-
I It ... ..
ilL rt AI.O AND HEAR M EAT. ,1 , A'V
ters, uio Mghtli street butcher, hat
ccived, by express, from Sioux City, u
bull'ulo which was killed by tho Duko
Alexl, and a bear who lost his ahairirv llfu
j nt tho hands of Gen. Custar. The meat
.It now ready tobu supplied to the citizens
1 of Cairo, at Wnl ters' butcher shop.
Hi-f kalo Oalvls. Two Huflalo calves,
n present from General Sheridan to Grand
Duko Alexis, pasied through Cairo yester
day in churgo of un express agent. Tho
calves wero evidently very much fatigued
with their Jou.-ney, and wero as sorry pic
turesnt Plegan Indian women with the
tmalt-poi.rolrcntlng before Sheridan's In-
'otick. Tlio best entertainment In
iho city Is nt tlio St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
11 11 J restaurant. Tlio best music that can
bo had violin nnd piano. Good lunch
every morning end night. All or mo
finest brands of cigar, nnd tlio bout St.
Louis lager boor, always fresh and nice.
Give us ncall.
KAnttv AVAtuun. Proprietor.
-Mad Doa KlU.Kl). A mini dog Inva
ded Tub UuLMiTi.v olllco on Stidny
morning, and created quite a commotion
by attacking black nnd white employes ns
ho made his way through tho house. He
succeeded In leaving the Indentation of his
teeth In tho legs of n colored olllco boy.
but did not bring blood. After an exciting
conlestj.Mr. Schuekcri stretched the brutu
"low in death," by four well-aimed pistol
Onur.iis KiioM akah oKK. Tho Culro
box Kiietory company of this city adver
tise In twonly-t-lx agricultural papers, and
acknowledge, us fow ndvortlscrs do, that
the Investment pays. Yesterday they ro-
eclved letters of inquiry concerning their
goodi from llorwlek, In Novn Scotla,Don-
vcr, In Colorado, and New Orleans in
Louisiana. They havo thin by advertis
ing reached three quarters of thu globe,
nnd arc going for thu fourth.
How a Visit to Sr. Louis Aitkcis
Somk Folks. Tlio careworn expression
of the features of visitors to St. Loul,
nftcr thoy huvo lingered about tho streets
and alleys of thatoity for n fuw days,novor
falls to attract nttentlon. It is ns romarU
bio In Its way os tho mammoth cavo Niagara
falls, Kobertson's candidacy for tho city
marshiilshln, or tho D'uko's slight of Cairo
Citixous who havo met Capt. Ilambletun,
who has Just returned from St. Louis,
must huve been Impressed with this
thought. Ho looks like n man who had
passed through n hard struggle. "Wo are.
we venture to say, tho only man who ever
returned from St. Louis vigorous and
fresh. Kvcn our friend Ronnie, strong as
lie is, could not successfully grapple with
the Future Capital.
Uuttkh. Wo liko it good butter-
better than the poet loved his old arm
chair about which he set nil tho screeching
girls o! (he land to singing a few years ago
but Lord I how scarce it is in Cairo. AS'
hnvn't lind n mouthful, Tor how many
months I Very well; wo understand. That
butter you nro speaking about may be,
good, according to your understanding of
good butter, but It can't come up to our,
standard of buttor bv n long shot the but
of long ago, the memory of which lingers
with us like ii dream, n dream of years past,
when tho old Pcnnsvlvanian hills ond val
lies brought forth grass frcm which cow
milk was distilled nn.l out or which wns
manufactured butter that would ticklo
palates the most fastidious
" hiiller enrlmi'ly emboed
HiiINt Hint Imlilbe.t from meadow flowerr.
A Roldrn hue, delicnto hi (heir own,
Faintly reflected In n lingering Mrciin. "
If any of oiii morchnnts can pan out such
butter, send it to Tiik Hullkti.v, nnd re
ecivo our blessing.
"WiuKwnsK, tub Nor mai. and .So
Foktii. Mr. . L. AVJokwirc, of the coii
trnctor." to hiilht the Southern Illfnois
Normal University, left yetcrdny to re
sume, work on tho building. Tho luto
"cold snap" drove tlio workmen within
doors, nnd work lets, been for several
week necessarily suspended, but
will now bu again pushed for.
ward rapidly. While in Car
bundale n few days ago, vvu mndo a per
sonal examination of the univei.-ily build
ing, and do not hasitato lo sty it will bo
one of the best public buildlngi Indeed
tho very best in tho state. It will bo an
orimiiiuiit to Illinois, of which sho will
have every reason to bo proud, and that
purl of the work which has been dono by
Wickwiro mvl Uoylo will bo in no respect
Inferior to tho other work, but, on tho
contrary, will ho the best in tlio building.
If this lioui.0 hud been located in
Northern or Central lllllnoi-, tlio legis.
laturo would not hesitate to vote tho nec
essary iipprcpriatiou to complete it, but
being a Southern Illinois imditution tho
repreieiitiitives of the north and center,
wuu a number irom tno sown whoso con
duct does not pi n co them in tho most en
viablo light, embarrass tlio enterprise in
overy possible way. Hut everything works
for good in tho end to thoio who love the
Lord, mid wo of tills neck of wood, bo
lug ot tliU class, will como out ritjit
Ido up with cure, get all tho money
necssary to IhiLli the "noriiril,'' and be
in proud of it as Palmer of his victory
over Sliori.lun, or The Uulletin of its
"'Twas Always Tii u it.om Child
hood's Horn," A fowilavs uo, impolhul
to the journoy by n foolish determinntion
to in u to The Hulletin jirlnting es
tablishment tlio .most complete In the
state, wo visited St. Louis; nnd, strange to
sty, when our business had been conclude,!,
wo returned to Cairo, nud were allocked
beyond expression to find on our desk this
Editor Jltillrtin .Discontinue mv pa.
per for a while. Yours for the truth,
T. J. Siiokis.
"Wo havo been shocked horotoforo by
bad nows, but this took us down as wo
wero never taken down before. Instantly
tho thought flashed upon us,
that Mr. Shores hnl gone
back nn us becauso wo had admitted Hrad-
Inv Inti. nnp nnlnmnl. lfn will not nntmn.
I ' --i
V'''1 R ,n.ft" w'10 nnything to do with
Jin should bo moro reasonable ; but
we cam,t w,th llin) JIo siJ0Ul M
he elegantly lllM ng i,ito aormoii, learn
to endure tlio Mu,Uc of ma, tho contu
melyofthedrldi,, Worll, m,
aloud voice and Ml. Lawri),leti who r.
Ishedut tho stake. "Oomn 0 wU1(
The holler Ihe lire the Xrnter the heal,
The more 1 roust (he better tho meal."
If hojeonld learn this hu might mn )0
happy, if such things can still be, if wo
may uso tho expression, nlthoiijjh wo very
much doubt It, tho fact hanging liko n rag
flaunting in tho wind, Wo havo deemed it
tioeoiiHry to lay this much by way of ex-
planntlon nnd wo hopo wo havo mado our
Bolf understood so that Mr. Shores will
no longer retnln from Us his countenance,
but for tho truth, os tlio truth has boon rc-
caled lo us, will again unbend, nnd, ns it
were, evolvo out of cliosily tho friendship
ho has twisted from us and Hung nwny Into
tho bottomless pit of nngrllicd dcguslnbll-
YOU.N'O Mf.N'8 ClUtlSTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Tiik Nkxt Lectukk. Tho mom
hers of this nssoclallon hnvo boon tireless
in their efforts lo furnish lo thoso of our
citizens who npprecinto such matters, n
course of lectures by some of tho most
eminent men In tho profession', but un
toward circumstances a combination of
frost nnd snow and rain nnd wind have,
In n great measure, defeated their desiro
and efforts. Taylor, who has been ndver-
Iscd twice, has bcon unable to nppciir, iihd
tho nssoelalloa is out of pockot n consld
orablo sum on his account. Ho has groat
powor over tho hearts of an nudlenco, and
can uso words in n manner so skillful that
ho can Invoko beforo tho Imagination,
making nlmost palpablo to tight, tho
furv of the elements and their turbulence,
while, In Iho moment after, ho can drlvo
tho storm away by a flood of sunshine as
bright as ever fell from it July sky j but
when Taylor enmo to faco n real storm, a
storm in earnest, tho other day, his weird
power was ofllltlo uso to him, nnd ho wns
snowed in ns fast as the Great Kopublio
was wedged In tho Columbus gorge, while
wo who wanted to rldo in tlio chariot
of his thoughts waited for his coming
in vain. Twlco this loke of tho
elements on Taylor deprived us of a lee.
turcr and robbed tho 1 . M. C. A. of sov
oral dollars, but neither wo nor they are
discouraged. And now comes Hort. Am
Varsons, of Kngland, one of tho best lec
turers standing to-day in i-hoo leathor, and
proposes to talk to C.tlro on the 19th, Inst
about 1 Richard llrinslov Sheridan, tho Or
ator, "Wit and Humorist." Tlio subjocl is
coed one, nnd from it n lecturer like Par
tons can draw much that will interest nnd
entertain a.-.y audience that Is too scnslblo
to bo pleased with matter that has neither
body nor substance. AVo hope nnd expect
a very large audience will greet Mr. Par
sons when ho appears in Cairo, so that tho
treasury of tho Y. M. C. A. may bo re
plenlshed and the nudlenco instructed and
entertained as they will not bo again for
many n year .
Aiiout the Town IlAririi.v. Foggy
yesterday morning, sunshiny In tho mid
die of the day, and cloudy in the evening
Tlie coming up of tho boats out of
tho gorgo was n lively spectacle.
Muddv streets aro the order of the
day, but McIIalo hns abolished muddy
crossings with his gay old chain gang,
Tlio saloons are overrun with bus!
ncss. Harrels of whisky go down tho
thirsty throatsof strangers overy day, nnd
they still livo 1
Tho whist club will indulge in an
other tournament nt no futuro day. Col
Winston is studying Hoylo by day and
night in preparation for tho contest.
Tho Ohio Ioveo was a scene of lively
animation yestordav. Kvcrybody was
stirring nbout, and wandering strati
wore ns lively as crickets making haste to
-ct;uiu ji.i.-sage on car or boat.
There Is trouble ahead for tho flro de
partment of the city. Certain membors of
certain fire companies, feeling the lmmor-
tnl fires of independence burning in their
brca'ts, scorning to bo manacled by ty
ranny while the home of tho American
eaglo is in the scttin sun havo sworn
upon cross bones whilo bluo lights glared
around, Unit they will never I neveuM
N KVF.R ! 1 1 sudor tholr rights to bo in
fringed by tlie flro department or an asis
tant chief engineer! Thoro now.
Hkevities Aiiout Peiisons. The busi-
est man in tlio city is J nines .Johnson, of
tlio I. 0. It. R., and yet ho is us calm us
tho Ohio river opposito tho stono depot,
and wears a smile upon his features which
is us pleant ns the sunshino of May, if
wo may, without calculating tho cost, ubo
such a flguioof speech.
Mr. Ronton, Uio nblo editor cf tho
Joncfboro Gizttte, was in tho city yester
Col. Taylor Is still in Now York
nnd Hon. W. J. Allen Is or was In Mur
phy s bo ro.
Judgo Mulkey hns been quite serious
ly indisposed, but is coming around all
right again slowlyr
Mr. Georgo Roardon, brother of Col.
Jus. S. Rearden, and n former rosident of
Cairo, is in tho city.
Hon. H. Watson Webb is in tho city,
having returnod from tho legislature for
the purpose of obtaining u fow days' ro.t.
W. H. Rockwell, Fsq., nnd lady, of
Colorado, nro In tho city, visiting Mr.
M.S. Cox. Mr. Rockwoll is tho senior of
tlio firm of Rockwoll fc Co.
Mr. Clias. C. Scott, who was at ono
timo, local editor of tho Cairo Democrat, is
now a denizen of St. Joseph, Missouri, where
ho runs a job printing olllco and nourishes
Uko n green bay tree.
Mr. Georgo H. Potter, trustee of the
Pool ostato, was in tho city Saturday last,
Sunday and yesterday on business con
nected with his trust. Ho was tho guest
of Col. Hyslop, of tho City National Hank.
Sheriff Irvln Is of tho opinion that ho
might havo saved time, troublo, expense
nud pain if ho had broken his neck In
stead of his ancle. He hus sulfnrod an
Mr. W. W. Thornton, who lately
looked lu on tlio Mississippi legislature,
Is filled with disgust, and nuvcr tires in
his denunciation of carpet bag govern
ment. His pictnro of the legislature is
vivid, and thows the horrible thing in its
Judgo Hross announces himself lu this
morning's Hui.letin, us a candidate for
rc-olcctlon to tho ofllco of pollco magis
trate. Thoro is no ono who will Miy Judgo
Hross has not made ono of the best officers
tho city has ever had, and of his re-election
ihoro is no doubt.
Mr. s, R. Hay, tho onomyVjf Kov. Mr.
Friend, now Hngors about tlie capital at
SprlngfHM, clerking between prayers.
His meek appearance, nnd tho oxnression
of Christian benovolonco which over
sproads his countonanco, diffuses through
uio jiouso, wuicii he honors by .his pre
sence, an odor of sanctity almost too much
lor week norves.
It wns W. G. Green, tho tailor, and
not W. II. Green, tho lawyor, who person-
atod tho Limerick Hoy nt the Into masque
rndo ball. "Wo owo tho Judgo nn npology
and hereby louder It, hoping that by our
promptness wo may bo enabled lo shield
our person from tho Limerick Hov'a
holnlnh, which, no doubt, tho .fudge fell
vory much liko using after ho had read
The Uulletin of Sunday morning.
Mr. Arthur Hoylc, during tho late
cold spell, tore himself nwny from Carbon
dalo, and mndo Cairo ploasant by his nmi
nblo prcsenco. Ho has, of Into dnys, be
come reconciled to The Hulleti.v, and, ns
consequence, is gravitating towards n
profession of religion, and will soon, wo
havo no doubt, procure it ticket through.
Hu will, sure, If ho sticks to The Hulle
ti.v, nnd can manago In have as fow birth
days ns possible-
-say one in overy two or
lURttAH! HURRAH I! HURRAH 111
THETRINCK COME AT LAST NO UOKOE
COULD Kl'.ir II1M AWAY AT ANY TIME
0UK ENTEIiriUSINtl CITIZENS, COUNCIL
MEN AND EX-UHIEt'-riHE-MAIlSHAL,
will now havo an opportunity to make
good uso of their bran now duds, which,
rumor sayi, wero purchased oxprcsslv for
tho occnslon. Tho city authorities will
no doubt nbout It receive, in n body,
bchuli and Hudcr not excepted, nlthougli
thoy votod ngainst an formal reception.
horn have they to thank for tho realiza
tlon of their fond dreams ' That is tlio
momentous question now beforo the house
Tho unswer is tlio
THE CAIRO TUItNEK SOCIETY,
who Invited, instead of tho unreliable
Prlnco Alexl, their royal liighnescs, the
rillNCE ANIU'MNCESS CARNIVAL,
nnd thoso Illustrious personnges huvo In
formed the undersigned committee, by
telegram, that they will, without fail, nr
rive at Cairo on
MONDAY, KEIIItUAnv ltllll, 1872,
rain or snow, sunshino or storm, nnd hold
court, including u
GRAND MASQUERADE HALL,
sen eel's washinoton hall.
Tho following Is thu
gotten up expressly for the occasion:
1. Harlequin ;
2. Musicians, with brass In their faces
3. Master of Ceremonies ;
4. Their royal highnesses, the Princo
ond Princess Carnival ;
5. Tho first trial of tho "Temperance
Law" will takojilacp.
At this trial nil fools who havo taken
part in its passage, will be prcent, to-wlt
Mombors of the legislature, judges, luw
vers, policemen, baititls, a woman, newspn
per reporters, barkeepers, bummers, nnd
n largo audience comnoscd of men and
C. The whole to conrludo with tlio
equestrian performance of Signora Pepita
do Oliva. on her Arabian thorough-bred
7. Monsieur Jlcrkulcs and his ton; after
which liis royal highness will break up
tho wholu in a general confusion, in mod
ern language, called n Polonaise, waltz,
quudrllle, etc., etc.
This will continue until daylight tlio
next morning in tlio evening.
Particular attention will bo taken at the
door to exclude nil those whoso company
is not desirable
Tickets for tlio grand masquerade ball to
bo had at Hudor Hros., V. G. Schuh's drug
store, Hurgor's, Helzner's, Alba's barber
shop, and of Mr. Schmltzdorf.
Hy order of
R. V. Helzner,
feb.'J-tf Com, of Arrangements.
is. lew a CO. pay tub hioiiest market
Helow will be found tho corrected list
of prices paid by II. Levy is Co., for
hide', furS feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, nnd nil kinds of country produce.
Levy & Co. do a very largo trado in their
line, and it is a well known fact that they
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market, 'i hoy -nre now
Mink 32 00ft '2 25
Houso Cat I0nl5
.Musk Rat in
Opossum 12 A
Otter ft 00 n 7 00
Hear Skin ! 00 a fi 00
Heaver, per pound fiO a 75
HIDES, I'BR pound:
Deer Skins 27ian7X
Hoof Hides, Dry .Salt IHJu'JU
uron Han yal'JJ
Tallow, pjr pound Da 73
Feathers, " " Ma Oft
Wool, " " CO a 70
Hceswax " " 'Jo a 28
The nbovo prlco list Is subject to correc
tion, PARTICULAR NOTICE.
!IBO AMI VlSCLNNIK IUllllOAU, "l
Orr.ct or Duimik, Loan & Co., Comkactoii, I
Fioba, Ilia., Feb. Vlli, ISTi, J
A. II. Hailord, i:-M., Cairo, llin.
Dear Sir : Col. Smith and Mr. Norrls
will bo in Cairo Thursday morning to
commenco settlement of C. & V. It. R. mat
tors. You will please notify any enquir
ers to tills effect.
Very truly, yours,
S. P. Pkaiiody.
For new citron, orango mid lemon
pool, go to Jorgonson's corner of Twen
tieth ktrcct and Washington avenue, tf
Crystal vinegar from London nt Jor
genson's, corner of Twontioth street nnd
Wnhington nvemw, tf
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Steamer. Whero from. Where to.
Kntlo KountE N, o.
Great Ropubllc.Ducnl Gorgo
RobortMltchell.N. O ....Loulsvlllo
Arkansas Hello Memphis
J iidlniin. N ) l'mln-nL
Hnols Dltonl llnr ri.,i,,...i....
Molllo Ebort N. (). h
Capitol City Natehe.
0. .Church....N. 0 Louisville
Talisman Nnshvillo .. ..Nashvlllo
Glcncoo N. O.
Dick Fulton N. O.
R.J. Lockwood..Rnd river
' H. Illirlnv V. i T -,.!.. .III.
Mary Alice... ,N. O.
HOUZ V. f) T.m.l.vllln
CONDITION oy THE RIVERS.
aiiu vrnio m. una llollll fiSlnC VOrV
fast. Tho Columbus gorgo bat broke up
and navigation is again resumud. Tho
breaking up of the gorgo was attended
with no accident of nny kind. It was so
rotten that tho greater portion of it mink
to tho bottom us soon as it wns frco. It
wns reported Hint tlio gorgo nt Shawneo
town hud lot go and that tho river was
clear of loo us fur as Evansvllle. there
wero sovoral departures for that direction
yesterday and should thoy find the gorge
at Shawncclown still intact they will go
to work nnd break It loose. Tho Colum
but gorgn rcmnined just 1 i days, and nil
that timo navigation was on n stand still
There Is about 7 feet on Reeves' bar br-
low Memphis and in n few days there will
no doubt bo nt lcnt nine feet which will
enable boats to leavo this port with good
trips. Tho condition of tho Mississippi
remains nbout the same but it seems im
possible that the Ico gorge lu that river
could hold much longor dining this pleat
llt'SINEsS AND WEATHER.
Tho landing is once again tlio Nceno of
animation, nnd business has opened In
good earnest. Our port lit shows an im
movement ovor lat week. Thoro
is plenty of freight hero ready for ship
ment and boats will havo no trouble get
ting good trips.
The mild weather continues nnd wint
cr is near its end and thcro will tie no
moro Ico gorges to hinder navigation for
some timo to come.
Clly Xiillonnl Ilniik Ttttllsll tic
9."peclat atlenlion paid lo orders Irom lean.
oats nicht or dar to
Smoked salmon and Yarmouth bloat.
ers, just received at Jorgenson's. tf.
Oyster Soup nt Harry Walker's every
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Now that the Cairo and Vinccnnes
railrcad Is a fixed fact tho contract
having been let, nnd work to bo common
ced nt once, Jorgenen is prepared to sell
nil kinds of urocories cheaper than nny
other house in the city. tf
Where nro you going? To the plnco
number 03, Ohio levee, where they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, nnJ
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars to be
found In tlio city. Open at oil hours, ds-y
or night. J. E. Park
Ureal Iniluvuiiiunts to nny ono wish
ing to buy n first-class piano or organ.
E. fe W. Hudor otl'et their entire stock in
the piano and organ Hue at tlio actual
cost of tho Instruments. They aro desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
may uso tho room for jewelry manufactur
Mr. Gustav Klingsohr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for tho pait few
years, been engaged as a profejor in Hal
timore, Md., proposes lo muko' his future
home in our city nud now offers hit ser
vices to tho public. Those who havo not
already engaged competent teachers would
do well to address Mr. Klingsohr, Hox
1 ICS, Cairo, 111. Also especial attention
given lo piano tuning.
Mr. AV. H. Ryan has lately opened n
frame and picture establishment on 6th
street, near cor. Wu'hington avenuo,
His stock comprises frames of all style?
and sizes, nnd many very handsomo pho-
tograplis, engravings, cliromos, album
etc. Ho ha all sorts of mouldings nnd
makes the framing of pictures to order, a
specialty. Mr. R. invites all to call and
examine his stock. Jan 28-lm-d.
Wo have no hesitation in recommend,
Ing William Ehlers, boot and shoe maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. We
know whereof wo speak when we say Mi
work is dono in u mastorly manner nt the
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of slock, nnd ho cannot bo excelled In
tho delicate task of making an exact fit
Glvo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue nnd
Poplar stroot, nearly opposite tlio court
house, and we will guarantee satisfaction.
Pat. Fitzgorald, of the Sample Rooms,
has received tho appointment of agent for
the salo of tho Haininondsport, N. Y.,
Urbanna Wlno Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottle wltli which wo were
yesterday presented is n sample of the
quality of these winos, then we nro pre
pared to say that thoy nro nmong the best
wo havo over tasted. Ha has just
recoived n largo consignment, which he is
prepared to soil at tho lowest Ugurors.
He has also on hand a largo nnd complcto
stock of tho vnrious brands of Irish,
Scotch nnd American Whiskies, and wines
of overy variety janlSdtf.
It Is true that Hlankenburg's Excel
sior saloon Is now one of tho institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc. go to tho Excelsior saloon, which Is
fitted up In splendid stylo. Illankenburg
who knows how to keep n saloon, spreads
n fine froo lunch ovory morning nnd eve
ning, nnd, ns ho forcibly cxpressos it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
lias employed tho services of n first-rnto
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono ond of tho saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
Is invited. Tho best ordor Is maintained
nnd nil improper characters suppressed
with ncatuoss, cheapness nnd dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho Kxcolslor saloon
is at tho corner of Washington avenue nnd
BURNETT & CO,
niailEST CASH MICE T-AID run
Mmin. iinrnnit & Co..Thornton's bloc
Tenth street, aro nronarcd to pay tho hlgB
est cash prlco for nrllclct In tuelrylnc, :
Prime Mink SLVSlo 2.'.!
" Ilnccoon wo to bi
Musk Rat 10 to )
Wild Cat 40 to ti
" Onossum..." lOtol
" Heaver Skin COO to 7.U
Green Halt, OJ to 10
ureen Hall, kip nnu can wj "
Door HIiIhh 20 to 30
For other nrtlelcs, such ns rags, foatt
ors, bocs wnx, wool and tnllow, wo will pa;
tho highest market prices.
Hurnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cnlro, Ilfl
71. FALLWINTER. 73
G AOS' RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARFSTIKQ
Ilia EnllreNtock How flMlag Oat
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER StII ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY,,
Importer ami Wliolrmnle Dealer 1st
TOBACCO Ac CIGARS.
Agent for Ihe beat brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
tuiiiorled Ales of DIHeretat KltuU.
75 Ohio Levee,
F. M. STOCKFLETII.
iccrnioa roan a siocxrista
Uerlllyer nml Wholesale Dealer la
ForelKii and Dometle
wines ;and liquors.
No. 62 OhioLevee,
HE keeps on hand ronatanlly a fuil stock o
Old Kentucky llourtion. Hva and Uononza.
hela Whlsklea, Krenrh llrandiea, Holland Qio,
Khlneand California Wines
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
id every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice.
Cominercial-av, bet. 10th and'llthl(9