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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY JJ, 1872.
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No chant; of cara from Cairo to el.
chant: o' ear from Cairo to Chicago.
rrlt Koo.n sleeping r. on niM train.
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CA1K0 AND MOUND CITY
Will make thtoe trip daily,
itirno cio 1 irAViNixMsftirr
At 7 .m. Al s.a" -
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Al .-I'.IM. 1 At 0 -p. iii.
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Will lanc.whin hailed, at any itood luleiliiednitu
CAlltO AND l'ADUCAH
I At I. 1IOAT.
The splendid iteamer
J"-A. S. PISK,
Douse Smedley, dipt.
tfs Cilro lH tV, (Sinliy excepted) at 4
m. K.r troislit or pii tipi'lj on bo.irdor
Mr. Viu. lit., April ll.lsTJ.
EJittr Cain Jlulltin:
Dim Ma rice to announce tnc n n cmi.ll
lilt fur Clerk of tlm (Supreme Court, (Southern
firaod Utvloi in (it Illinois. Thcnewtoiililiitlon
provide that itio CletU ol the Supreme Coutt
shall hereafter be elected nt tlm Novciiitcr cue
tinn. Instead of thit Juun loc tion no I crcturc.
The uece nor of Iho present incumbent are
lob elected thl coining fall, lull will imt ipialily
until the prcsiDt term expire In lo. J.
It. A. lb WII.HANK3.
Two nhihls only.
I'rlilnr " Nnlimlnr Kvc, Wny .1 A I.
Excellticand Iteiywx comiwnium
by the Kinnii
ni'i'HKX .v iu.'Sl:inrr,8
'ru Orleans Gigantic Minstrels,
Of twenty years' organisation.
The crrnt chief monar.'ha of minstrel-v,
t'nminril (if n KrRlmrnt of Arllatw,
(In their twentieth nnniud iieceeful tour.
Introducing their lirilli.int, vnriou ipeclalltle.
Tiifi "I lev t, niosi relinhlonfid Inrtcol,
complete troupe to existence. Aitnouiirlns
('jriilmt KnteilHlnmeut lull nf merit.
Ailiiilnn MreniH, )Ieereil lente 7.rnl.
iib- Tiekeli tor idle nt linrunnn r note.
Jm.JOd'Jt 0. II. UUI'HKZ, Mnnnger.
rubllcntlon OMet, Rnllrtln Bnllillnir,
Mr. l'ctcr Ctilil will soon commence
tlio erection of Ills new business liottsp.
"When lie gets nt tlio work It will bo put
through with vigor.
"W.lntor is for; Titlinc", Alter fot'
DavIs nntl l'ierco for Trunibiill. Thcso
MllS. McG HE,
On Kli;hthfctrett,ljflwpi'n Commerilnlainl Vli
Inxlon Aviniie-i", In dally receiving
XKW MILL1NKHY goods
I.ATK6T ."Pltt.SO ANII WUMMEIt KTYLi:.
IIokIiIci) n full I tie of
BOiT2SrETS & HATS
Trimtiii'd nnd tmtrliiiinc.l,
KIIEVCI rinVKU-S, llltlllO.SM, TUIMUI.NtH
of nil kind., .'Mv, etc., etc.
II r. Mctiee li nUo a lirirc nsortliutit of
Kmicy Arllules, mich n
nj:ck nr.. coi.nif. i!.shkk-ileeve.,
An i nil oilier articles tittnlly found In a
rntsT.cLA.ss millixeuy stoim:
Mm. McfJee l well-known to the I.illta n
Cnirii nnd vicinlt). mid l,y tlrlct rtient im tn Imn-
iei iinie in rein n nna nun io me iiiuronriue
iikli link hetn to IiLcrnlly bellowed uion her
iiiuie p.ni. i.ji ii
NEW YOlUv STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I.AHflKiT VA1HKTY STOCK IX TUB CITY
(JOOD.S SUI.I) YKRYCI.OSK.
Corner of Nliictwiitli utrrMnud Coin
Kxthaokiiinahy l'ii K.voMo.so.v. Cin
cinnati, St. Louis nnd Mllwnukeo Hock
Ueer drawn from tlio inino keir nt the
Timlin, taloori opponllo Tine JJuu.eti.v Urothothrco ruprcsentntlvei of this conge
oflieo. Milk fiunchcs cobblers nnd mint ilonnl tlUtrlct in tlio Cincinnati Convcn
juleps klllfulijr compounded according to tlon.
--Tho Delta Social Club is beginning to
flourish again. Tlio rooms uru viiited
overy night by n nttnibor of tho mcinbcrf,
who wlillo away the Ii6'uri of the evening
It may bo true, nnd undoubtedly Is
true, that tho reader lias great occasion to
tho tuost generally approved formula.
DUGS ! DOlisfDOOSl
On nnd nflor tho 15th day of May
imt., all dogs' found running nt large on
which the tax has not been paid, will bo
impounded and disposed of In accordance
with tho ordinances of tho city of Cairo, ho Indignant becauso tho hog ordinance is
A. Cain, City Marshal.
Cairo, lll., M.iy Ist.tiTJ
One hundred D-tv Laborers and Station
Men on the Cairo & SC. Louis railroad, si.v
tulles from Cairo. Wages for laborer,
$J "t1. day; good station work, 20 cents "r1-
ynrd. O. S. Davik, Contractor.
A llrst cluss fhoc maker by Hardy A:
(ircenwohl, corner Seventh street and
Washington avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
--You can aavo
30 per cent,
by buying your Wam. 1'apkii nt Able',
on Seventh street, opposite. Winter'
Swan ii Co.,
Oroide and Milton Compound
Cutlery, Tinted AVarc, Fancy tloods,
83 Ohio Levee,
l.V!31m. . Cairo, Illinois. .
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN HANK
k' ilno r K. K. 1111 A Co., Ir.inkrupt, 1
will t.nVr at puhlio hiicIidii nt the court I i -
duur In the city of Cairo, Illinois, mi Wi-.liie.ln),
ttic eihlli ilny ol Mi), A. 11. ln", comiiu iieum nt
Itno'ilock, u. m the following drecrlliod prp-rty,to-it;
U4 iiumU-re.l thirty-seven (37.) thl ty.tluht
ISs.llhlrly-bliif 4tJ) ami forty 140, in Mik i.uin
bered iit-l(!hl M, In the city i.f Cairo, with
improrrmenlH thereon, conxnlliiK of four ttne
ineiil honen. ic. Term", one third ch, nml
tidneeinrlxr.J or twelvo inontlm with lien
Alnncenf K. K. IIA1.I. A CO
Cairo, III... April 11.U7I.
iirten Ulllwrt, Mtorney. t-ll-Mtd.
C. O. I'A ri EH.
NTUVKN. Tl.NWAKi:, KIC,
T II E
To Imy the Celebrated
DH. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. MetltiiiUy'i. drill; unre,
ner corner Coninerclul ttimu nnd Kntli
temth treel. 3-31tf
WILLIAM II. SML'CIV, t. I).
"liESlfiENCK No. SI Thirleenih trcr(.
IV tween tV'mlilnL'lon menuetud V njrurt Irert.
orflee Wltiniinerelnlmenue, lip Minr.
-V. W. DUNNING, 31. D.
OBSilKXCE-cornerNinth mtd Walnut ts.
XV'hi'o corner Sixth utreet ho 1 tlhlo levee.
V3.ce hour from C a.m. to 1 i in., nud 0 p. in
H. waudn Eunr
RFXIUKSCrCorner Mnetienth street nnd
Wkfthlngton (Venue, neur court houi-e. Of.
Dee over the K)tollk'o. Orhco hour 10 to l
u.in. nd 'i to t p.m. Jmilf.tr.
anii tivT (ic.M.iTir.s or
it. S. lmiOHAM, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OsUce, 13 t'omuirri'lnl Avenue,
" K.pecial attention pa'd to tnc trentrnent of nil
Chronic lM.ene.. 4-lulin.
ATTACH MKXT NUTICIM.
V E K G E W I 11 E
ANll A 1. 1. KlNIll OV
M. Hums, proprietor of tho Mechan
ics' Hoarding House, comer Commercial
and Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that ho is now kcnjiing a Ilrst-class hotel
and boarding house for thu accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for eighty
to one hundred people; his tuhlo is well
kept, his rooms light and airy, and not a
bed in the house that has not either a set
of springs or a featherbed. &-3lw.
Tho warm days of Summer nro ap
proaching, when we shall all bo pestered
by annoying mosquitoes and hopping
Urns, but which will bring along with
these trials the luxuries of ico cream and
soda water. And where shall wo go fur
either ice cream or soda water but to I'bil
.Simp'?. He is already furnishing both
these delicacies to Inquirer!', and wo can
nrsuro all tlio public that they are tlio
best of their kind extant. His saloon, on
Commercial avenue, is neatly lilted up
for th.o accommodation of ladies and
children, nnd no improper character are
ever permitted to enter It. Thu attend
ants aro polite and very nttcntivo to their
dutlc, and parents may entrust their
children to their care without any misgiv
ings of any kind. 4-ii-iui
not enforced, but ho should not, therefore,
remain away from tlio Athcneum to-night.
Duprc. & Huncdict's minstrel troupe will
perform thero to-night and to-morrow
night, nnd this company, by tho unanimous
voice of to public, is pronounced "great."
Yesterday tho weather was decidedly
chilly, mill wo nro cjiistrnlned lo make u
note of thu important fact. Thu mosquitoes
that sang so sweetly last week, packed
tlio! r trunks and moved further south.
Jim Higgs gnvu them free passes on thu
line of steamers fur whivlihuis the enthu
siastic agent at this port.
Wo hope our friends who believe tho
trustees of tho Cuiro property are Ixjund
to protect tho levees, will not believe wo
are hinting thai tho lcvcc aru imecuru
or that wo nro opposed to assessing thu
wharf at half n million dollars, when wo
remark that Col. Taylor, the resident
trustee, hns been absent at St. Louis for
some titno past.
Tlio great minstrels to-night at tho
Athcneum will draw n largo crowd, if tho
lovers of the very best kind of initutri'ley
know hew to patronize it worthy troupe
Duprc. and Henedict's deservedly fiimous
company will open at tho Athcneum to
night with a fresh and racy programme,
and no person vho cares for such per
formances thould remain away from the
"show." It will b-j f.ll that tho bills wiv
it will be
yielded, wo congrntulnlo him, and wish
him success in tlio work of gob
bling tho rascally curs that, in our
honest opinion, sit up o' nighls for the pur
pole, tlio solo purpose, of howling. Wo
know, at Marshal Cain's tlmo of life it
will be dillkult to learn tho unlqiiu art
art let us call it of throwing tho lnsu ;
but wo beg leave to call the attention of
the Marshal to tlio old saw, which advises tho
anxious strlvcr, if ut llrst ho don't suc
ceed, to try, try ngnln ; bo will conquer
never tear; try, try ogaln. Throwing tho
lasso is lun, and If the Marshal can't lean:,
he may, wo bcllcvo (and this wo aro glad
to say is Councilman Hurd's opinion) llud
several boys in tho city who for twenty-
live cents a head will lasso nil the dogs
this slue of Chicago. Wo throw out these
remarks in no spirit of per
sonal hostility to tho munic
ipal government, hut in a spirit of
personal hostility to tho dogs of Cairo,
against whoso cxlstcnco wo havolong med
itated tho bloodicit designs. Wo hupo
this explanation will bo satisfactory, and
will justify us in publh; estimation. If It
should not, wo must throw onrsrlf upon
tho kind indulgcuco of tho municipal
managers and in apologies drown our
fill! and fill North Main Street,
A.N. Cheney, detrndant, U notlfted that on the
lilliitiv m M.ri'h. 1S72. k writ ot altfti'liiiieul wkh
timet out of the cleik'it othce of the Alexander
County Circuit Curt In the Hlum or Illinois,
"k'nti-l your enlate, returnable on tliofir.t Mon
day in April, Ii7i, us the null of Tl.oinaH J. Eiit,
plalntut, for the mm of SlfJ fit nml nccming in
tereni, winch writ ha fcet-n exec-lied, md ald
lull i. now pending in raid court. U den you
hall nppeat on the return day thcieof. judgment
will he itndeted axaiint you. and the !urnihci
eerve.1 In raid caue required In aiifwer, nnd b
deilt Willi according to law I lute. I, March lilli,
lK7i. JOHN (J. 11 AMMAN, Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey A Whcilcr, atl'yn lor l.ihililt.
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Halerroomi of l!.o
TUB I.ITTI.K KKSTUCKIAN,
No. G3 Ohio levee, is the Aoce whero
they keep the freshest llsh and game, and
.he finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bu
found in tho citv. Dinner only twenty-
11 vo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. K. i'AitK, l'rojirietor.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ice
wagon will canvass tho city, to continue
during tlio summer months. None but
pure northern lake Ice will bo delivered
1 1 1'b E, Loo MIS, it Ci .
A. N. Chener. defendant. U natitiod lint on thu
Klh day of March, I "7." a writ of atlat'lmicnt
lulled out of the cluk'n orlico, of tlm Alexander
coutiiy circuit conn, in trio hinie or iinuoi.
itKalii.tyoiircitale, returnable on tin Mr. I Mon
day in Aunt. Ti. nt the mill of J urn... V. Clem
eon, plainlltl, for llie nutn of SMlutnnd veriniiu
inierem, wriicn wru nan will cxeciiicu, nun kiiu
nut Ii now perilling in inid tciirl. IJuIc.kjoii
hall appear on the return day thereof, Jiiilftnenl
will U entered ol't you, and the p"'ilhcn
arrncd in raid caiiae reoulred to miawer, and be
tlealtwith according to law. Haled Mnii h I'.lh,
Ji. JOHN . IIAHMAN, Clerk.
Allen. Mulkey A Wheeler, att'ya lor plalnlill.
A. N. Cheney, iltfc-ndui.t, i. uolified that on II i.
Hit. day of Mirch, UU.i.XllmJnl a.
I.nuedoiltofthe cltrk'. ntUen i.t n, AiVxai,.l..,
County Circuit Court, in llm huu .,i ,,,,J
Haluit your e.lale, returnable on tin- hi Mo,"l
;lr in April, A. 1. 1K7J, at the uit ol Nat .,, u
Tlioinp.on, plalntitt, fur the urn oil d.; an.i
nceruinir intereKt. uhl,h writ In. I.un i
and laid mil l r.ow pi inlloi; In .1-1 i ourl, 1'ulei.a
you appear on the retu u dav thereol. tu.lL-ii.,.nt
will be enterud n;;ilu.t you, end the irarninliei,
Mrved in raid cau-e rennlreil lo an.wer. un.l l..
dealt writh accordini; to law. Dale.i, Mari li I'.ili,
lull . ... . '
-.wii.. ji.iit?i a i.ieiK.
Allen, Mulkey & Wheeler, utt ). for planum
Xjta-C. llanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in tho
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
nt prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ity nnd cost.
Legal TJOt'rc Ii hereby ulrin that Samuel PlanU
Taylor and Edwin fariiuir, tilir'eeaof the Cairo
CnV Property, have riled their bill in eliiueert, to
enforce vendor, lieu, In the Circuit Court of Al
xaoder comity, ita'c of llliii'ui, Klii"l Ellxi
tMth Fitinerald. now Elu iUlh Coiicllo, nml r",
UoiUllo, her hilihaud. That aald ami I. now
pendlnx In .aid court ; and that the time and
place of the return of ihi. aiiiiirnona Lined m
Mldcauie the tint Monday In July, A. I). l7'i,
ut tho term of md court then to be hidden ut li e
Court Home lo CMro, Alexander comity, atate ol
Cairo, May 2nd, Wi. r. lliw.i.
OSF For all tho popular warm weather
beverages, go to tho Thalia sa'oon, corner
of I2lh itreet nnd Washington iivenuo.
A largo and select Invoieo of llrolas
kis warranted homo made, ladies', misses
and children's shoes and slippers, just re
ceived and on hand at the City Shoo
AviiitT tiik Kvii. If mothors would
give Mrs. Wliltcoinb'a Syrup to their
children when aick, mortulity would be
less among them. It costs only twenty
flvo cents. u-l-d&wlw
(!o to thu City Shoe Store for Gent's
" custom mado " Hoots, l'rince Alberts nnd
Jersey Ties, of latest styles. 1-lTtf
Fraok Hums, defendant, la
D the rim day of
Aai and a lliirni, complainant,
enaoeery tor uimrce, in the Aicxauuer
lairity Uirciilt Court, Hate of lll'iiol", and that
V.T.;Tr'"iT t",w. pending in raid court, A um
ion the llr.t Monday
P.tl May ft.ltrfi.0l,K ,,MMhJ
iit,u Uilltt . .olictlor. o, , o,,,,,!,,,;"! "'
...Viir..i.,,fuJ 0lU"f h" i lerrf'aorlicoof aald
..V if.f "! .ou rtlurnabUi on the tlr.t Mondoy
how;? iCAjrr'i," trvs ."" u,.r,
XJcSM'AHIvElt & DLAKE
havo the largest stock of wall
paper, borders, decorations,
&c, ever brought to Cairo,
and aro prepared to do pup0V
hanging, Kalsomining, paint-
nig, cc, on short notice,
and at prices that defy compc
tition. Call and examine
their splendid lino of papors
All work warranted, and
satisfaction guaranteed. All
paper purchased of tliein
trimmed ready to hang, free of
charge. . 'l-28dlw.
Mrs. Anna Lung, on Kighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, hasjuat received n tine spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting ol hats, bon
nets, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
she asks tho attention of the ladies of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will take pleasuro in
showing hcrgoods to all who will favor her
with a call. 3-'J.lm
The History ok a National Hem-
EitY. Hero is tho history of tlio most eel-
ubratcd tonic of the age in a nutshell. In
1800 It was announced that a certain com-
blnatlon of vegctablo ingredients, willi a
purO UlUUStVO fellUllliaill, wa numing
wondora in tho euro of chronic dyspepsia
nervous debility, liver complaint, period!
Icul fevors. rheumatism nnd constitutlona-
weukness. Tho unpretending namo given
to the specific was l'lantatlon Hitters.
The statement nltraeted the attention of
invalids everywhere. Tho new remedy
received a fulr trial, and tlio results more
limn continued all that l,u,l been ()lid in
Its prai.e. Thenceforward It was u great
iticceis. Tho bu.liiess columns or tho
press spread the glorious news fur imd
wide, and tho inuityr to Indluestlon, bil.
llousnes, physical prostration and pre
mature decay, as If by common content,
sought relief from thu new vegetable re
stornllve. They found what they sought.
Front that tlmo to tho present the increase
in tho demand for l'lantatlon Hitters has
been one of tho mtt striking events In
this age, ClcodAWlw.
Kytmstun and Walter, the popular
butchers of tliL city,liavu purchased twenty
head of the finest caltlu uver brought to
Cairo or any oilier market. Tho rut
tie were bred and fed bv W. A. Ilito, of
Wclaug, who fattened thein with espoc
inl ruferer.eo to their salo for champion
beet. Several of thu cattle havo already
been slaughtered, and tlio ment may bo
purchased nt Kynustou'a, on Nineteenth
street, or Walter's on Kighth street.
To destroy tho infections of jmnll
pox and scarlet fever, take sulphate of zifie
eight ounces and carbolic aciil one ounce;
dissolve in three gallons of water and
sprinklo clothing, bedding, &c. High
medical authority testifies to the eliective-
ncss of thoabovc. Or fumigate by burning
ono or two pounds of sulphur, according
to size of room, and kceji it closed for uti
hour or two. This is al'o an ell'ectlvo
destroyer of tho infection of small-pox
and scarlet fever,
A conflict cf authority has arisen in
Ilia municipal government, which threat
ens olliccr Martin with extermination.
He is the only day policeman on duly
and Chief Myers asserts his authority to
tiosn Martin, whllu Marshal Culn main
talus his right to the titlo of hoi-s ol the
day man. Two commanders, each claim
ing tho exclusive right to give orders to
ono man, limy render the position of tlio
onemuti ratherdisagreeable. The question
is, Which Is the liojs
The interest in tho proceedings of the
Cincinnati Convention is becoming Inter.
silled, and, in Cairo, almost every person.
who litis not got the small-pox or Is not loo
religious to give a passing thought to
worldly allairs, is on tho " Kco v." as a
friend writes tlio French phrase, for news
tlio latest news. Kvon tho democrats aro
interested in its proceedings, and Judges
(treen and Allen dream of them
o' nights. Tho radicals aro " in a stew,
and Liuegar has been pocplhg inton beet
glass several days to see if ho could llud
any consolation at the bottom of It tiny
hopo Unit Mr. Grant has tho Miadow of a
clianco for re-election.
'I ho map of Cairo, lor which .Mr,
Carl L. Thomas canvassed tho city, is now
receiving the finishing touches, and will
be in tho hands ol tho lithographer tho
beginning of next week. It is a complete
map of Cuiro, and will bo highly apprec
ated by every subscriber. On it is shown
evory lot, block nnd addition in tho city
(including tho Fiftli addition); and every
street and avonue. A topographical map
also accompanies it showing tho city in
miniature. Kvery citizen should havo
ono cf thcso maps. They will bo furnished
In tho best manner possible. Send In or
uurs to tins olllcc. rrlco : Thu map
mountoJ and colored, puper.
$1. To ho paid on delivery.
It lias been propo.cd that tho coming
Fourth of July him II bu celebrated by tho
Cairo people In u more imposing manner
than It has ever been heretofore. Tlio
proposition is worthy of npplausc, and the
initial stops should ho soon taken. A
meeting of citizens should bu called, com
mlttcci appointed, money obtained, speak
ers appointed, tlio surrounding country in
vited to coinu to Cairo, and a big thing
thus ci-curodtu us in thu way of a Fourth
of .1 my celebration. Why should our
people year after year, on the Fourtlt of
July, form themselveg Into little picnic
squads and run away front thu city?
Why cannot nil tlio people unitu in a
grand celebration of our country's natal
dav, and in tills way fill Cairn with people,
and sec tiro to ourselves it flow of patriotic
With emotions of profound gratillcn-
tion wo call attention to tlio dog notice of
Mnrshal Cain, and dcslro nt this writing
to compliment thu marshal on the graceful
dignity which has characterir.cd his stir
render to tho rmineil. Wo knuw that
either Culn, who wished to shoot dogs, or
tho council, that wished to liavn Cain
Onco upon it time, tho city council of
tho city of Cairo ordatnod that It should
bo unlawful for any hogs to run al largo
in our crowded and bustling thoroughfares.
I-or a li mo thu performance of duly bo
Ing spasmodle not a slcidy-going habit in
thu public olllcurs of Cuiro this execution
of tlio hog ordinance went along regularlv
and thu presenco of rooting porkers soon
becamo ttufiiinllhir to citizens walk
ing along tlio streets ; but, ' nil ut once,
the old thing wo really must be allowed
the latitude of a littlu slang the old thing
played out; tho Chief of I'ollco retired
from the war path ; the oilier policemen
laid quietly by ; the Marshal occasionally
threw Ids weary eye at tho
rooting porkers; the hog planter began his
rounds iigaiu; the mayor looked on and
aid nothing; anil, in abort, all hogdom
broke loose again, and now they have thu
ft ceil oin of thu city. To call attention lo
thu dead hog ordinance gives us a pang of
regret, a sharp pang ; but the commands
of duly aru peremptory, and wo hopu our
friends of the city government, w lio.-uiluty
it is to enforce this ordinance, but who
don't, will not go oil' into the eironooiii
belief that wo aro attacking them person
ally. euro not. t ar be it from us to
do so. Wo uru only Insisting that tho hog
ordinance- is an ordinance in force; that it
should therefore be enforced, hut that it
isn't, and that tho mayor is eh icily to
blame, because It is his duty to see that
thu ordinances nro executed ; and that
Chief Myers is nlso to blanic, because he
knows this ordinance is in force, nnd
should, oven if tho mayor is cnrulesi in
this regard, sep that at least nn nttcm) t is
mado to enforce it; nnd that tho City Mar
slial is nlso to blamo; and that in short,
tlio blasted business as I'M I Huwurd
designates it Is run dewn, rnveh-d-out,
played, nnd lo nil appearances, in tho Inn
guagyof Shakespeare or somo.other great
I will offer for salo on Friday, May
the 3d, nt two o'clock p.m., on tho Cairo
City Wharfhonl CO bbls. poacli-lilow pott.-
toes. Salo without reserve. Also on ani
unlay Mny tho 1th, at 0 o'clock, a.m., nt
my salesroom 105 Commercial avenue, I
will sell n full assortment of Household
and Kitchen furniture ltcfrlgcrnlors &r.
D. Hautjjan, Auctioneer.
Steamer Arlington, St. Louis.
" Sam Clark. "
" Arkansas Hello, Kvansvlllo.
ii q'oui ltces, Cincinnati.
John Lumsdcn, Nitshvillp.
" Mary Miller, Newbttrgh.
Helfast, Now Orleans.
" New lion Accord, St. Louis.
ii Mnrblo City, Memphis.
' Win. Cowcn, St. Louis.
" Silver Moon, Memphis.
" Louisville, Now Orleans.
Lookout, St. Louis.
" Tom Jasper, St. Louis.
City of Vlekshtirg, Vicksbtirg,
11 Grand Tower, St. Louis.
11 Jituies Flsk, Jr., l'aducah.
" Hawkey e, St. Louis.
Steamer Arlington, Cincinnati.
" Sam Clark, Memphis.
" Arkansas Helle, Kvansvlllo.
" Tom lifer, St. Lou s.
Mnrv Miller, New Orleans.
" Holfn's:, St. Louis.
" New Hon Accord, Metropolis.
" Marble City, St. Louis.
Win. Cowcn, "
" Silver Moon, Cincinnati.
' Haven, St. Louis.
" Louisville. Cincinnati.
Tom Jasper, New Orleans.
" City of Vlcksburg, St- LouN.
" Grand 'Power, Memphis.
James Flak, Jr., l'udiicall.
" Alice Hrown, Memphis.
11 Hawkuye, l'itt.burg.
" Illinois, Columbia.
1110 HUlWtV ClIAl..
Steamboats supplied at any lime, both
dny ami night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, ami on uiunl
leriiie, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts ollcred on favorahlu
terms upon application.
11. V, Ol.VPIIANT,
1). A. I'OK KK, Gcl.'l. Slipt.
Sales Atient. 3-l.Vly. .
municipal reform poet, who wrote with
especial refcrenco to the present condl
tion of atliiirs, "dogs may bark and hogs
may have their way."
catch ilog, would bo finally roinpulloJ lo
yield. In the nature of things tlio eonlcf t
between tlmu two force could not havo
gone on forever And now that Cain has
Wo taku great plcastiro In informing
the public that among tlio recent dUliu
guished retttrnists to Cairo is Mr. John
Strieker. Mr. Strieker lias not, wo regret
to sjy, (and Indeed wo say so witli tcurs in
our eyes), tlio very best reputation In the
world. In fact, it has been intimated that
he left Cairo becauso thu city authorities
had, as his friends express it, ono of llio-o
provoking spasms of mora. ity w hicli ren
der Cairo occasionally an unpleasant local
habitation lor certain people. Hut, wo
aro happy to say, .Mr. Strhkcr has ac
quired, by looking on from ttfnr oil', a true
appreciation of thu merciful disposition of
tho present reform municipal government.
which scorns lo oppress any man, even tho
wickedest, by holding before him tlio ter
rors of tlio law. John lias concluded lo
abide with us again. And hu Is only one
of his class who has cumu buck to us
1 hoy aro all, all hero once more. Thulr
feet are on their unlive heath and their
namo is ' Hully Hoys' The terror of
spasmodic reform lms passed away under
tlio genial do-nothing policy of tho city
government, and they are beginning to
ieui as muuiini uonio as inuv uiu tlio vear
before Mr. Lansdcn bccnuiu mayor. W
hopo Mr. Lansden will not coiutruo thl
casual remark Into a personal attack
upon him, becauso, if wu know ourself
and wu think wo do, we could not ho guilty
of making such nn attack. Hut, really
we must say, in the gentlest manner pus
siblobaroly hint it that our mayor
easiness of disposition in tlie mauagumuut
of thu polieu nllnlr of(thu city, althougl,
genial falling, Invites an utter negligence
of duty on thu part of tho polieu force, and
is bringing about In Cairo, onco moru thu
thu lawlessness, tho grassliop
purism and municipal looseness which
weru tlio crying sliumu hound his collcgues
in uiu city government wcru
elected to put down. W
may bu incorrect in this opinion, and
it may do Mayor Lultsden injuiliee, but in
calling thu attention of tlio public to It
wu aru only influenced by a sensu of duty
and do not wish, would heartily regret,
our friend should construu our retmirl
from their rual memiing into a personal
attack. They aro not. Wo heliev
Mayor Lansduu is neglecting his duty in
regard lo money matlurs, especially in rc
latiou to thu police force, and wo think wo
suu that lie does not oven attempt to
secure tho enforcement of thu ordinances,
but it does not follow, because wo believe
Mr. Lunsdun is lacking In tho qualities of
a first-class mayor, wu also bulieve him to
bo an unworthy citizen. Not al all. Thu
ono conclusion does not go with the other,
and wo now take occasion lo say wo hon
estly believe he would adorn any private
walk of life, and this wu say emphatically
without liny uiuntal reservation, Wu
huvu somewhat jumbled' this notice, and
cannot lake time to untwist it; mi let it
l'riudpal Oflieo 1UI Filth St., Cin., 0
THE ONI.V rtKMAIII.K (HIT KNTEIU-IUHE
in the cor.NTiiy !
IN V ALU A RLE GIFTS
To lo distributed in
Xj. m. SINE'S
l'.Jtli Itegulor Monthly
To b drawn Monday, Juno 3d, IS72.
Two G itA.vii Capitals or
5,000 In GrkkniiacksI
Two Frizes $l,ooo
Five Frizes COO
Ten Frizes loo
Or.c H. rue nnd I!ufy wilh -ilvcr-. Mounted liar
tie., worth jim aih.
Onn line.toiinl llnx-wood Piano, worlh t.VO.
'I en f.imiiy h wuik machine, wnrih SKrirncli.
Hive beavvin.eil o'd hinillrK Mjt-I.r. u.id heary
Ii Id ehafiin worlh . eeeb. Ke Kill Ainu
lo4ii blintlun watehea v,i ,, ir. rncli. Ten
laul.a Hold hlinlliK walehea i rib llm ei. h.
EiKbt him Ifd c 1 1 rinl niter leier luinlliif
walchei, la uoithliom titoj.xi. I.iIih.'
Kld leontiti- ihaln. (.eni'a gald tent eiiln,
a lid and double hied illwr table VI tea
iiun.. phoiotrreph rthiirri', Jewelry, etc.,T i'.
V. hole niniiU'r ol gill, (... Tk l.tl. Innlii il to
Aenli wanle.t to Mil taketatu wbtlu llU'ral
pit luiuin- will be pal. I
irgle tlekela i Inllar alt ticket, hte do.
tarr t twelve ll(Lt-l. It'll dulUr . twenty tit,.
lw nty doll.ua.
(.In alar- obtainliiv a f.i'l II. I of i nn . a de.
aerlplluii of tne n.aiiii, r nt dtnw ui, nml other
niiorinaiioii in n-ieii h-e in llie illi,ibiiinii, will
Ihi avnt to nny one oiil, rnu I linn. All lellrM
mel l a Idtea., ,1 to l 1 1. HIM:, llm. M,
' irlu, CiiH inii.il. II,
1H Went ,'.lh iioli-wAdly
ttiwis to i.kavi: to-day.
The new and elegant steamer Thompson
Dean will completu her cargo this morn-
Inf. and lcavo without full for New )r-
Tho Colorado is tlio tneket for Vicks
btirg, leaving this evening.
l'lio fast City of Chester i the M
lmis boat for this evening.
The Ouiektteti leaves for Kvansvillo
this evening, and tho Fisk for Faducah.
CONl'lITION OP TIIK KIVKIIS.
Tho decllno In tho river continues, but
not at as ratiid rate as heretofore. 1 ho
channel remains good.
The Monongnliela river nt IMtlsburg
s on a Intnl.
The full In tho Ohio nt Cincinnati and
In the canal at Louisville thero is six
and a half feet and plenty ol mud.
Cumberland river is steadily Tallin
with four feet on Harpetli tJionlt.
The .Mi'sUsippl l reported rilng nt
St. Louis, an 1 there i, nine leel in tlio
channel. I'lentv of water below here.
JIl'M.VK-S ANll W'KATII Kit.
Thero was considerable business done at
thu landings, and freights equal to ton
e. Weather clear and cool with a little
MlSCr.M.ANEOCS MATTE US.
Captain Conloy and party arrived yes
terday from the wreck of tho Ocennus nnd
rationed findint: eleven bodies. The only
body they could recognize was that o! t
M. Sleight, the keeper of thu lions. They
found his body about two and ono-half
miles below tho wreck, In tho bend, lie
had on n sliver watch, shirt studs nnd
some dispatches, by which ho was rccog
nixed. All the rest of the bodios wero so
much decompncd as to bo unrecognizable
They buried eight of thu bodies on tho
shoro and returned Inst ovenint; on tho
City ol Vlcksburg, and will bury tho
other three to-day. and may imsi-ibly tlnd
other bodies. Capt. Conluy and party de
servo great praise for their untiring ef
forts in searching for those who wero lost
by that terrihlu disaster.
Tlio Tom Hoes passed by for St. Louis
towirit: three loaded hargos. Tho Cowcn
returned to St. Louis with a tow of Fills
burg coal for the gas works, Tho Tom
Jasper came out deeply loaded, and was
unablo lo add any freight hero. Tho
Mary Miller loaded at Newbury, and had
all she wanted, lhu Louisville had
poor trip of freight and people, for tho
Ohio river Tlio Sam Clink passed down
tho -Mississippi with a tow ofleo barges.
for Memphis. T'o Grand Tower
cumu out with a moderate; lond, and mado
snmu additions hare; she reported lhu
Crescent City still In troublo at Turkey
Island, and tlio Heo rendering her assis
tanco. Mr. James P. Johnson, clerk of
tho John Lumsdch, at thu risk of his own
life, gallantly rescued a young lady from
a watery gravu at a place called Little
Ulver, on the last trip of his boat.
City National lliuik lliilltlliiir.
ftlJpccial attention paid toordem Irom ileum
nata nklit or dnv.
Wire Window Serccna,
Sponge and Hip baths,
Chamber Falls, Hrncs and Knamulml
Kettles, Hritaitla Ware, Coll'eo and Tea
l'ots, Hair Wire and u general ntsortmont
cf Stamped and Plain Tin Ware.
Last, hut not least, Uiiautkk Oak
Cooki.Nii Stovkh, lo bo had at low figures
at C. W. Hk.viikiison'h,
a.'JTmtd 100 Coiiimeri lul Ave.
MlSSOUItl STATU LOTTERY.
iEiiai.i.kii nv Statk AtrnioKiTY ami
Ijuavvn in I'iui.k; in St. Lot is.
Gland Single Number Scltcinc.
Cl.A-r P., In u Dkawn May 31, 137J.
fi,MSO Prize, Amounting lo $300,000.
I I'riiei.f .tV',1" '" I'riU'xf f I'"
i or. n ivi a ..i . .. t,ii
1 " of .. pi.uii u t... ..
I ' of....... 7,.' 'J " of. , JO
I ' of .. f,m, i,f Tm
" ol ....... i 'ki M i,r , -fx
" of........ l,i .i a; of ., l'i
.11 ' Of ' Il " of ..... H
to " ot mo :i of...... tu
i'ickcta $10; Half Tickuti, ii: Quarter
Ticket", 2 CO.
(lilt lotterie- are chirlered hr ISe Hlate. are
alw:i) drawn it the time named, and all draw
lux ate inner llie ruprtlioii el rworniom-iiii-.i.m
The olh.'ial iliawlnc will 1 ouMl.tinl In the
M l,iil pvper and u copy i-ul to puritiaier
We w ill ilrnw a uii,lar eheine II, e last uay oi
ery month diirini; the year l7i.
lb-mil ut our rl'k by Hirlnlhce inoriey order.
reif'ltereil letter, itlull or eat, r eyelid fnr cir
cular. Ad, Ire--, Ml'ltlUV, MII.I.Ek A CO ,
P. O. box IISIi. et. lA)iii, Mo.
AOKNTS WANTEH, Mle and K. male. Ilun-
idea-ant. a'.d iat U-lter than aoy enter-
priieln the tiel.l, .tenl. make lx and eibt
In lar per ilny. H i.,1 tninp (reaiiiile ami
rnciilar. Addm, '
J I.4THAM ATCO .
2f-u(w -iji waihini;li n -1 la,ti.o, Mai.
(Jur Home Advertisers.
ki:ai. r.sr.vTi: Aiit.vcv,
C. WINSTON k I'O.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
a a i
AUCTION EE US,
71 (mkconii ri.ooi:, onio levek,
cm no, ii.i.s,,
Hi:v and Sei.i. Heai. Estate,
FUHNISH AHSTHACTS OF TIELI
And p.cpare Coutcyonoc of Iklinfe.
Char. Hhoenmcjir, Wm. (thick,
CIIAS. SIIOEN.MEYEU ,c CO.
U FHOLSTEltlNG V
I'll nil I lire Hriulrliirr,
All ordei promptly attended to.
NOItTIIWKRT (.OIlNKIl OK WAKlllNtn ON AV
KN UK ANll TENTH ST.,
o. Itrnwer I an.
LLEN, MULKHY & WHEELEU
COCNSELWKS AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
.lohli II. Miilkei.
Kainilel I. Wheeler.
sssri'articular atlentiou paid to river and ad.
nurulty biimneaa. -
Or'l'ICK-Over l-'lut National llank, Ohio Levee.
Q KEEN & GILBERT,
COUNSKLOKS AT I
William II. linen,
William 11 lidberl,
s-Hpeeit. attention, lun to Adnilially uint
-OHIO I.K.VKK, KOOMi: 7 ANU b oVKH
CITY NATIONAL HANK.