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THE CAIRO BULIjETIJS", J"XT3TJB 1 1
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aently located " cr
Avenue, between Itrt an
fkir.VMINti. M. D. Res
1 J- tii(fven-Cornr Ninth and Walnut
..FFIOE-Corner Buth (street sad Ohle Levee
..iv imtlBJS From a.. v 11 ., aou
17fjM4M K. SMITH,-. D
TT HKHlUESOE-No.M, Thirteenth ree
elween Washington Arenae and Walnut Street
Of FC E 1K Comeirl't Am ' ' '
If WAMDNER, M. D., Cairo
ARKMIDKNCK Corner of N neteenth ft,
lad Wi.hl.iAn OPPICK On Commercial
MC, orer the Poilofflco OFFICE iOlIKtt
from 10 m to 11 tn., (Buadayi exceptedj ant
rom i u p nii
TEAM BO ATM.
MOUND CITY AND OAIKO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cam. Villiam H. SANic-.r.
TOUR TRIPS BVKRY DAY
OAXEO 2 3-D. CITY
root or nam- trtiir.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At I r.M.
At .-. 6 r.M.
Lit at Md Citt,
At 8.30 A.W
At 11.30 a.m.
At -.30 r.M.
At G.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
VOX FACTO T, IIAU'-'h LANDIKO, KT.
MOUTH OF CACUE, MARIKE WATH,
AXD WAVT TARD.
CAIRO and NASHVILLE PACKETS
! The following p-C-U l C-llo
on the day. and at the hoiribelow.named i
Every Monday at li p.m. ;
Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
Every Saturday, at 6 p.m.
For Freight or Paaage apply on board, or to
BIGOS 4 MALLORY,
Jenlt'Illf 1 75 OHIO LF.VEE-
OAIRO AND PADUCAH DAILY
. T The beaotlful and light-draught
JAMES FISK, JR.,
Oohit Ratlin --.....M-tr,
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
at I c'avi, r.. ;
LEAVES PADUCAH DAILY,
At o'CUVI, a.M.
Wanmtt superior eccommodationa tat m
lie it. public petronaie.
VPartleuler attention 1 paid to col ection of
iavoiee chargei, but the boat will not be reipon-
ib e tor in um until coneci.
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
OOD AND COAL.
la prepared to dellrer the beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
la any part of the city, in an quantity dented,
na abort notice,
CmI Delivers.1 at $4 CO Per To.
OFPICK-Ow Bee art, Ortb Co.. ilore
store: two doors abote the corner orjEigbth.treet
aoa Curnmarclal aranae. dotitc
tli Street, bet. CercUl d Wuslt
Thla hou haa beca thoroughly orer-haulfd, ie
faratihad a ad r narated, and la now open for the
rvetatlos of fntata. The roomi are all large and
veil Ta-tilatd, and fatniture . Watch kept
tight aad day. Teraia re-aoaabU.
T MRS OAFKWKY, Proprietree.
t. ata. a. c. cant. a. a. lobwick.
"foer Sixth m4 WalMt Street,
(Entrance on BlxthStreet.)
Cf JICIHIV ATI, OHIO.
01KES, CADY A CO., Proprietors
KBUSE MOVtR AND BUILDER
- Aaareparadtodoall Wiodiof
HOtE MOT1NO, HO CNR BAIBINO
j. HpMrt( l' Ererjr Bacrlauja
tin the janat reaaoaable terma. Order left at tb.
- alienee or Mr. Kennedy, on Coaler aireal, next
door to the new echool building, er addrriwd to
Ue care ol P. O. Ber 4l(, or ike Bulletin office,
whi receif prompt iv-iioa, -tu
Ct&upreUl At., Oyponlbs Fot 0e
JOSEPH BATLIS8, Proprietor.
Hauss laaewly iurnUhed and offers loth
NEWS OF THE CITY.
orKontDe uuilom Home la pro
grcsilng m rapidly ai possible.
FtoDR. Cliolce Family Plour In bbl
balf bbli., aackt Ac, for talo at tbeEgyp
iian Mint. au
Charley Hardey will take a benefit t
the Athcncum next Friday evening.
Tbe "notice of election" eliewbero it a
hefty document. It iay about all that
ould bo laid, and lucgeiu a ticket tbat
will bo bugo.
The Sun li Incllood to poke fun at
Rev. Mr. Shore. Thin it not ai it ihould
bo. The Sun should uphold and not de
nounce itt best friends.
Who is it that does net like smoking
hotblsculta for breakfast? The Fame
Cook stove will bake them in fire minutes
time by the watch. tf
Tbe man that Shores called a thlof did
not make mueli out ol his legal proceed
lngs against that gentleman. He went
out of court In double-quick time
Neither of the German Societies of
the city will take the "lead " in tbu pro.
pottd peace jubilee, which will be, it is
bnpod, a spontaneous movement among
tbo Germans, In which each friend of
fatherland, no matter to which society ho
belongs, will havo a volci and bo a
The "Young Men's Christian Asioci.
ation holds its next monthly meeting to
morrow evening, and every effort will be
put forth by tbe membership to make the
occuslon interesting and instructive.
There will be two short eMtiy, a rcclta
tlon, etc, etc. The Vubllc are rcspctfnlly
invitnd to attend.
Pat. Fitzgerald, at hW Sample Rooms,
comer of Commercial avenue and Pour
teenth street, is still selling nil kinds of
most excellent liquors. He has just re
celvert an excellent quality of Escrow
Whisky, which he Invites all.friends of our
railroad enterprise to call and taste. It is de
licious. If the railroad committee use this
liquor as an argument, Pat is sure tho
Court will at onco melt Into compliance
with tho wishes of the people. Don't for
get to take a drop or two of Fitzgerald's
The CalroSIlver Cornet Band, during
tbo past yer, has recclvod Into its treas
ury a little over $1,200, and has paid out
for inatruments, music, etc., nearly $1,000.
Two hundred and soventy-flvo dollars of
tbe above amount was received from the
sale of the old instruments, and tbe rest
was the result of engagements at various
times. Few amateur bunuS in the country
can show a belter record, financially. The
band haa a fixed scale of prices from which
It never deviates, calculnting always to
make its services equal tbe reward. Com
posed of amcmbership representing nearly
every creed, nationality, and political be
lief, and depending upon its own labor for
Its resources, it Is entirely independent.
and when desired to fill nn engagement
enforces but ono condition, and that it,
that for so many hours work, to much
money must be guaranteed) beforehand.
Rr.MA.iiLE and SsArr.. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills aro mild and plea-
nnt In their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausoa or griping, Being en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. They
arouse tbo liver and secretive organs into
healthy action, throwing off disease with
out exhausting or debilitating the sys
tem. Try them and you will bojsatlsflod.
Price 26 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers In medicine everywhere. Pre
pared by tbe Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Louis, Mo. rny9dwCrn
On eat Excitement. Tbe city has
been agitated during tbo past week on tho
subject of tbe excellent St. Louis Boer,
Weiss Beer, Rhino Wine, and splendid
clgan for tale at Charley Schonomeyer's
saloon. His Weiss Beer it becoming a
popular drink hit Rhine Wine is tho
bett in tbe cltv, hit St. Louit Beer
always ice cool. Tbe Egyptian Saloon Is
located at the corner of Tenth street and
Wasbineton avenue, where all lovers of
good things to drink ihould call.
St. N icholah. Day boardors enn w-
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St, James) at $4 per
week. The house it at the corner of Ohio
loveo und Eighth street, a central location,
and is propriotorcd by Harty Walker,
who is alivo to tho wants of his patrune.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho office
For Sale. The storo-houso on tho cor
ner of Tenth and Walnut streets, and also
tbe stock of groceries thorein, aro offered
for sale togother or separately. Also, u
good baggy and harness will bo sold on
private terms. Apply for particulars on
tho premises. BEN. P. ECHOLS.
Avaunt, Indioestion. Tho Charter
Oak Stovo is tho most interesting and inv
portant featuro in tho family economy
for it fills the houso with warmth tho t-
bio with good cheer, and nrevcnU that
dreary aspect and indigostlblo meals that
bring sourness of temper, discomfort and
InVANTS.-:Tbo raott irritablo and rest
lets of tbeto tender little household buds,
are cnarmeu as it ere In quiet and sweot
reposo by using Mrs. Wliltcomb's Syrup,
THE RA1XM04B KlilCrr ION T) RR
MKIiU JU-Y SB.
Vise Propoeltloam to be Votea
Notlco is hereby given, that, In pursu
tncoof an order of tho Count? Court of
Aloxindor County, miido and entered of
record at the June Term ol said court,
to wit t on tho 10th day of Juno, 1871,
an olection will be field at tho bouse of
In Precinct In said County, on Mon
day the 3d day of July, 1871, for tho fol.
lowlne propositions, to wit:
1. Whether or not tho County Court
of Alexander County shall levy, annually,
for twenty yean, a tDtcial tax of a tufb.
cient turn, not exceeding in any ono veanH
. 1. .!!. a ' ' . . r ' I
iuu aunt ui iinriyuTo cents on eacn one
hundred dollars of tbo assessed valuation
of all taxable proporty of said County,
for tho purpose of paying tho Intorest on
the ono hundred thousand dollars of bonds
of tald county, to bo Issued to tho Cairo
ana v incennes liaiiroad Company In pay
ment of tho one hundred thousand dollars
of stock taken by taid County In taid
2. Whether or not tbe County Court
of Alex-odor county shall levy, annually
for twenty yean, a special tax or a suf
ficient sum, not exceeding In any ono year
iuu buiii vi unriv-iivo cents on eacn nnn
hundred dollars of tho asssossed valuation
of all taxable property of said county, for
the purpo of paying the interest on tbo
tnousana uouart or bonds of
said county, to bo issued to tho Cairo and
St. Louis railroad company In payment of
the ono hundred thousand dollars of stock
taken by said county in said railroad.
S. hether or not the countv of Alex
ander shall sell the one bnndred thousand
dollars of stock taken in the Cairo and
V incennes Rsilroad Comnanv to uM
Company for the sum of flvethouiand dol-
nrs in Alexandor county bonds.
4. Whether or not tbo Countv Court of
Alexander Countv shall at once isiun th
bonds to the Cairo and Yincenncs Railroad
Company, and placo them in tho hands of
a Trust Company or Trustee, unon such
Trust Company or Trusteo, or person or
persons, in nis or 118 oenair. inaemnifying
iuu county against loss oruamaeo tiv rea
son of any improper use or disposition of
saiu doiiui. nam fonus to be delivered to
said Railroad Company when said railroad
it completed, ana a train or can shall nave
run thereon from Cairo to VIncennes
The parties votinc on tho furivoini
'.ww-, ....., .urn. nn written jt pnniea
upon their ballots tho following ward.:
nrnn.l .1.-11 V. . n - Y . I
furs special tax. not to oxceod thlrtv-
uve cents per n una rea collars valuation to
pay the interest on tbo bonds to bo issued
to tho Cairo and VIncennes Railroad
Against a special tax to pry tho interest
on tbe bonds to bo issued to the Cairo and
incennes Jtallroad Company.
For the sale of one hundred thousand
dollars stock in the Cairo and Vincennct
Railroad to the Cairo and VIncennes Rail
road Company fur five thousand dollars in
Alexander county bonds.
A train tt tbo sale of one hundred thou
sand dollan of stock in tho Cairo and VIn
cennes liaiiroad for five thousand dollars
Alexander county bonds.
For tbe issuine at onco of tbo countv
bonds to tbo Cairo and VIncennes Rail
road Company and placing them in the
hands of a Trust Company, or Trustees,
to bo banded to said Railroad Company
wben a trsin of cars bat pnsacd over said
nanroaa irom cntro to incennes.
Airaliiil tho Isiuiiit; of bonds, at once.
and placing them In the hands of a Trust
Company or 1 rustccs.
r or a special tar not to exceed thirty
five per cent, per hundred dollar valua
tion annually, for twenty years, to pav the
interest on tho bonds to bo issued to tbo
Cniro and ;t. Louis Railroad Company.
Against a special tax to pay tbo interest
on tho bonds to bo Issued to tho Cnlro and
St. Louis Railroad Company.
JACOB O. LYNCH County Clerk.
Dated Juno 10, 1671.
I do not blow an other barbers do,
Nor keep my mors like Kins; Williams swoid
Ilecauae his sword, an all must know.
Though handled well, was rough.
I keep my ratorK sharp ami keen,
And Cups and Towels alwaya clean,
Terfuinery, too, of all the branda,
That's made in thin or foreign land.
Then forclean ahairins pleaae to .top
AT HA.N1KL LAMI'llEHT S HAKIIEK SHOP.
Oh Ohio Levee, at 91,
i where auch work it neatly done.
HxLMnoLb's Extract Sarsaparilla is the
Great Blood Purifier; thoroughly cleanses
and renovates the entire system, and read
ily enters into tho circulation of tbo
blood; after purging with II ELM
BOLD'S GRAPE PILLS, tho foul hu
mors that havo accumulated in tbo system
for years. Both are carefully prepared
according to tho rules of Pharmtny and
Chemistry, and are thoroughly reliable.
A test of 20 years has proved this. Try
Perboal. The Carbondale Era, of
tho 10th inst, says that Hon. D. W. Munn
and Col. McKoaig wero in that town on
last Monday, and tbat rumor bath It that
both gontlomon think of buying properly
there. We can not credit tho rumor.
Carbondalo It a fair town, and improving
at a very substantial rato, but it does not
offer inducements enough for such citizens
as Messrs. Munn ana .ncucaig to turn
their backs on Cairo.
Juvknile Base Ball. Two of our ju
venile base bull clubs played a champion
gamo yesterday. The namo of ono of the
clubs is tho Mngcnta; tho namo of tbo
other wo could not learn, and so must call
it tho Unknown. Tho Magenta is com
Dosod of the folio witiR members: Mas-
tors Slicebtn, Mallca, Smith, Johnson,
Clancy, Lally, Barrel!, Carroll and Clark.
-ho Unknown boys aro : Masters Woods,
Fitzgerald, McEwen, Smith, Board, Wal
ters, Hogan, Kceklcr and Frasor. Tbe
Magentas made thirty-nine runs, beating
tho Unknown club flftoon.
The Fektojj Corn Mill. This cstnb.
llshraont, cornor of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth ttroet, is now in chargo of
Mr. M. D. Gunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites tho at
tention of tho nubile to tho fact that he it
now prepared to furnish dealert and fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Orders left at tho mill or tent through the
postofiico will recolvo prompt Attention.
Sunday School Convention. -Mr. J.
P. Gamblo is absent from tho city attend
ing the Stato Sunday School Convention
at Galesburg. He writes :
Oitutvas, June S,
Mr. Editor : Our County bat three
delrgates at this great Illinois Sunday
School Convention. Tho attendance Is
good. Two thousand delegates from
abroad are beredrlnkin from this woll of
salvation, and being stimulated to go on
and do mure for tbo Master
Schools reported, 6, 145; increato slnco
last year, 401; Teachers and officers, 51,
"45; Scholars reported, 363,035; incrraco
slnco last year, 27.010.
J. McKee Feeble, of Shaneotown, was
elected President, and Wm. Reynolds, B.
F. Jacob, D. L. Moody and P. U. Glllctt,
are tho Executive Committee.
,,Doctor McKee, of Ky., preached a ser.
mors to the children this afternoon which
was a grand success, aad tho best wo over
heard. Barest Meetings are now being
held, and aro crowded with attentlvo
hearers. Tbi closing meeting commences
now at 8 p.m. I wish all Cairo was hero
to attend this meeting for tho next three
Will we have the Convention at Cairo
next year 7 What say the readort of the
Dn Too KvkrT "No, I novcr," saw a
rooro cozy and complete barber shop than
that of Anthony hschbach, one door bo
low the post office. Tho room has been
nowlypapercc, the floor newly covered
and tho whole establishment put in first
class order. Eschbach Is ono of tho moil
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barbers in tbe State, employs courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps just such
a shop as citizens and strangers will take
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
Sr. Louis & Cairo R. R, In refcrenco
to this road, the Murphysboro Argtu of
ednesday last, contains the following:
Mr. Howland was In town with a corns
of engineers on Monday last. The engi
neers are now surveying the route botween
hero and Sparta. Col. Ilucklln, who sur
veyed the route of tho I.C. R. R, thirty
years ago, was also hero and is viewinc
tho route between hero and Jonesboro. if
tho routes are satisfactory, and thecitlzent
along the lino aid the enterprise at they
annum, me prospects or a tpoeay construc
tion of the road arc very satisfactory.
Dr. Bsin stvs ho ACCumniirilivi f'ulnnnl
Budklln nearly to tho Union county line,
and tnst tho Colonel reports tbe route
much better than was oxpected, and that
there would bo no troublo in building tho
Mr. lowland, with the engineer ond an
other gentleman coanected with the road,
aro in Ibis tlty. It is their intention to
go over tho routo of this road from this
place to Jonesboro.
A Niw Boost ur the Author or "Lit
tle Women." Tho readers and their
namo Is legian of that delightful book
"Little Women" will hear with pleasure
that another, volurao from tboaamo writer
has just boon issued from the press of Rob
erts brothers, Boston. "Little Men" 1 In
every respect as readablo and entertaining
as its predeceesors. Iul.a Alcott'a boya
are at trne to 11 fo at Mag, lona and Beth
aro like real everyday girls, full of fun
and lift Miss Alcott's books are among
tbo fewthat can be safely recommended to
the yo'ung. They are fresh and natural in
style, piro and good in sentiment ana are
alike a pleisuro and a profit to their read
"Little Men" can bo found on the coun
ter of W. B. Rockwoll & Co.
A Cure Guaranteed. Kress" Fever
Tonic is universally recognized as tho best,
medicine extant for tbo curse of fevers.
It i? for salo by P. G. Schuh, druggist,
two doors south of tbo postofiico, and he
guarantees all who buy from him that It
will cur a chills and fevers. If it does not
euro .sir. Seuuli agrees to return tho
money. Can anything bo fairer than
Proposed Peace Jubilee. Tho Ger
mans of Cairo and vicinity, with their
friends of other nationalities, aro requested
to convene in mass meeting at SchecVt
Washington Hall Garden, on Tuesday
evening, 13th Inst., at 0 o'clock, to tako
into consideration tho propriety of having
a peaco jubileo in Cairo ; and, if ono ihould
bo decided upon, to tako the initial steps
by the appointment of committees, etc
Let no true German bo absent. All should
be present to do honor to "fatherland."
By roquest of
The Gallatin Gazette. Wo havo
received tho initial number of tbe paper
bearing tho above name, edited and pub
lished by our former fellow-citizen, Joel
G. Morgan. Tho Qa:eite Is a 32 column
paper, full of excellent reading matter.
Llko its editor, it Is Democratic all over,
and at might b oxpected from his well-
known good-ser.se, it takes to tbo "now de
parture'1 with a hearty good will. It is
the intontion of tho publisher to mako tbo
Oautle a good local paper, which, with its
other attractions ought to ensure It a lib
eral support from tho cltizons of Gallatin
Attempted Romiery. La.it night onn
of our Sixth street painters called at tho
houio oi Wm. Scott on business. Whilo
ho was conversing with Scott, u negro
stepped up and slipped his hand into tho
painter's pocket and abstracted $27. Ho
was caught in the act and was conipollod
to disgorge, and would have beon arrested
but his accomplices rushed in and roscued
bim. Sheriff Irvin, and Constables Ar
nold and Cain were in reach of the thief up
to a late hour last night.
Hamilton's) Buchu and Dandelion, at
good an article at Helmbold's Buchu and
for len monry, for tale at P. G. Schuh't
drug store. my24tf
First Pkkcheb On list Monday Mr.
Harnlsh shinned to Chicago from Villa
Ridge a crate of peaches the first of tbo
Advance of Western Freiom
Rates. Tho Erin R.illuav. tbo No w York
Central and Hudson and Pennsylvania
central lines havo Just adopted n now tar
iff t f prices for tho westcan freights which
are about twenty-flvo per cint. higher
than thoso adopted In May. Tho dllfcr
onco between tho old and now tariff por
hundred wefgnt for first-class goods, In
eluding genoral dry goods and boots and
shoes, from Buffalo, Erio and Cleveland to
Cairo Is 33 por cent., tho old tariff being
0C cents por hundred weight, the new
At Waahlsaejton Halt Warden on Mats-
aty Aster-noon mna atibihi.
Tbcro will bo a grand sacred ccnccrt at
Washington Hall Garden, on Sunday
afternoon, commencing at 3 o'clock, and
also In tho evening at 8 o'clock, when
Prof. Burgchardt't will exhibit for tho
delocUtlona of young and old his wonder
ful marioncttct and automatons. The pub
lic nro invited. No chargo.
To (he Atirallma mCthe roblfc
la Eapcrlalljr Inrllf.
Atba's. Tho barber shop of Wm. Alba,
on Commercial nvenuo, near tho corner of
Eighth ttreot, is the placo to which all
lovers of a good, close shave with razors
sharper than tho wit of twenty Jerrolds,
wind their way. tf
Mtats. Tho oranch meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery store of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher Is supplying all tho refined
meat caters pf that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you have
not tried htm give hltn a call. tf
Jlimc't. Himc, at tbo old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio levee, is conduct
ing his barber shop in a flrst-clast style.
It is a modol establishment in every par
ticular, and whilo in his charge all Its ciis
tomcri will rocelve courteous attention,
and tho bonefit of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
Corner Waetiluarton Avenue and four
Fred. Bla.ikenburg't saloon is newly
and olegantly fitted up and supplied with
the finest wines, liquors, beer, cigurv, etc.,
that can be found in tbo city; and Fred,
hat no superior as a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget tho plaoe, cor
ner 14th street and Washington avenue.
The house heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Leveo botwoen
Pourth nnrt "SUlli Btruotn. Till, limuc. if
not tho best business houso la certainly
ono of tho best stands In Cairo. It front
tho principal steamboat landing and i
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
AUo tlin second floor of tbo samo building
suitably arranged for office. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocory storo. tf
Marhiaoe Guide. Interesting v.'ork,
numerous engravings, 2'J4 pages. Prico
60 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Disponsary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
.Mo. Seo Advertisement.
True. Thoro can bo no doubt that
Baugh is, par excellence, tho boot and
slioomftker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition in his trade, and atstircs tho pub
lic that ho will cuaranteo to tits customers
satisfaction. Hit shop is on Eighth street
near tho corner ot unio Lieveo. ti
Keep Cool. Refrigerators, ico chests
water coolers, IXIi ico cream freezers
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., at
BEERWART, ORTU & CO.'S,
myl8tf 130 Com. Avo.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" City Chostor, Memphis.
" Abcona, Cincinnati.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" Arkansas liello, Evansvillo.
" W. H. Brown, St. Louis.
" Argonaut No. 2, St. Louis.
" Atlantic, St. Louis.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
Jas. Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" City Chestor, St. Louis.
" Abeona, St. Louis.
" John Lumsdon, Nashville.
" Argonaut Ho. 2, Tenncsseo river.
" Atlantic, Now Orleans.
' W. U. Brown, Louisvillo.
Tho river has fallen 0 inches during
tho past 24 hours.
Tbo reported doath of dipt. David
Dellavon Is not true.
Navigation linn been suspended In tho
upper Ohio except for only light draft
A gay excursion party left Paducah
daybofore yesterday for Nashvlllo, per
tloamor Tyrono, and wero accompanied by
tho Paducah SUvor Cornet Band whose
new instruments arrived from Boston just
Come to Stay. Robert Reid has por
rnanontly established a Coal Yard at Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho ptirpoio of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows at
all timos, day or night.
O. SHUTOHINSON, Agent.
Tho Jim Flsk, Jr., brought 4rt bdls.
tpokes, 19 tin hay fenders, and 9 hhds. to
bacco for St. Louis, 100 bdls. fellows for
tho south, and following for City: J, R.
Cundlff, Gbxs. apples, 1 bx. chorrles; O.
D. Williamson, 12 bx.. npple, 1 b.t. straw
berries. Tho following boats aro to leavo this
evening: Julln, for Vlcksburc; City of
Qulncy, for New Orleans; Koto Robinson,
for 1'ittsburg; Columbia, for Arkansas
fiver; Lady Lee, for Red river; Idlowild,
for Kvansvlllo; Illinois, for Columbus.
Tbo KeUo MemPl' brought for Wm.
Shock 20 kegs beer; C. A. Myer, 11 pkgs.,
beer and sundries; .1. 9. Homier, 12 anchor
blades; J.C.Carson, 4 sewing machines;
Bulletin office, box paper; Greeley
Partlor, lot groceries; 0. 11. Sease, 4 bdU
iron ; U.S. ib Co., 12 pkgs. groceries ; Bris
tol & Stillwoll, 3 do; D. Glovlna, 5 bxs.
fruit; C. Schocnycr, C bxs. beer; V,
Blankenburg, bx. mde., and few sundries
The weather wan cloudy during tho
afternoon yesterday and very warm.
Tho Mississippi is falling 3 Inches per
day at St. Louis, with 10 to 12 feet out to
this point. Tho upper Mississippi and
Illinois aro also falling. Tho Ohio is rising
ono mci per dny at I.oiiisrillo with 2 feet
7 Inches in tho chute, but it Catling at Cin
cinnati and Pittsburgh, with 28 Inches at
tho latter placo. Tho Cumberland is
stationary with 7J feet on tho Hrapoth
A Washington ilispatcli says the Sec
retary of War having perfected tho sys
tem of weather reports, is now establishing
a series of water gitagcs on the Mississippi
river and itt tributaries, at which observa
tions will bo mado and reported on tho
samo plan as tho weather reports, to glvo
information required for tho protection of
nllitvial lands against overflow. Ganges
will bo cstnblnhcd near St. Louis, Cairo,
Memphis, Helena, Vicksburg, Red River
Landing, Baton ltougo nnd Ciirrollton on
the Mississippi, botween the mouth of tho
Missouri nnd tho Gulf of Mexico, and
at Fort Loavcnworth on tho Missouri,
Rock Island on the Upper Mississippi,
Louisville on tho Ohio, Florenco on the
Tennessee, Jucksonport on tho Whito
river, Little Rock on tho Arkansas, and
Alexandria on tho Red river.
JA'O. II. PIIILLIM,
Succosrorlo 1'irker Thlllis.
And Dealer in
Flour, Mou.1, liny. Corn, Oats,
Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
Fi'ccraoa ov Asr.au A Co.,
General Commission Merchant
IVo. 1.12 Ohio Levcc,
QLOSE tfc VINCENT,
and dealers iu
Lime, Cement, flaste Pans
Cor. Nth Street and Ohio Levee
DTU T. I'AKKr
I to.. lto.,
IVo. 58 Ohio Ivee
OA I RQ. I llixois.
J PHILLIPS CO.,
ISiiccckhom to E. 11. Hendricks A t'o.J
W.arl - Boat
f.IBKB-1. A WADK ON CON.
aarAre prepared to receive, atoru and forward
freight, to all points, and buy and sell on com.
Rii'lnes attended In with promptness
KUt fif Hft-i...i r.i .
Ti. ..i "annoD.aeeeased,
ntor of the u ..r. -V5A"n 'Pl'O'nte-l Eie?J
Oinnon, au r Th. 7. l"'"i'n or Hichten
thii h. -,il ,..! ! 5d. hereby aires notio.l
AI. lander iottnfy, i Zl 7 h Scou l
the Jul. tef-". on'iho v f .T. ,n. "I
which tmie all person. hCinVJf. " ,"' I
esuu- are notfflod and reSueVte? to ? I
th, pUrppe of haln thV,VInVa.ud.,l ft
SAS ..v. wJVtS
iMted this 3f)th d ay of MarVA . 1). mi.
JolwCt JOUN CROWLEY, Executor
Stat, of Illinois, Alexander County , it. Altxan
Conntr Circuit Court.
Samuel Slants Taylor and Edwin Parton. Tr
l.a. nfthA e.l.n 111. D.au.1. TV '
Kill. Hill to enforce Vendor a Lien.
I'ublio notice ia herebv alien that In nnr.tn
of a decree entered of record In the abote I
tied cauae In said court on the third day of Ml
i97i, i, jonnvj. uarman, nasterin i;
eery for .aid court, will, on Friday, the soil
cf June, Hll, Rt the hour of 10 o'clock, a.fl
.ild day, ellat publlo auction to tho hi
bidder, for cah, at the dear of the Court II
In the city MC.Iro, in said county, the roll,
eerld real e.ute, ntuate In the coal
Alexander and State of Illinois, to.wits
nu-nt.ered teten (7) nd eight (8) In block:
b.red twenty.four fit), also all that portion
nlno () In wild blw.k numbered twonty.fo)
twle (U) l ineheewlrte n.l li
feet Ionic abutting and joinlngupon said lota
lxrcd Keren (Ti and eight (M) together with t
rluhta of m v and p.sxio to 7th ltreet in tht
ol C.ilro, Illiunle, over ami upon that portio
kiihI lot ntiml.eic.l nine (9) Irlnz and bclnz
tireen that iKiitlonotaaoieiolconrered br co
nlalnnnt m defendant and lot numbered len V
mi J block nuinlwrrdlirenty.four (it), thebortlol I
of lot numbered nine () conreyed ai afor-mliV. I
Ixyina formed by n dirltlon ofa.ild lot longltudl.'l
nally and extending from serenth street in all
Cilv ot Cilro to the aoutheantirardly line of eald
lot numbered seren (7) produced eouthwesterly
all ot stld lands Itustoinlhecity of Cairo, county
of A exander nnd htate of Illinois, together with
an anil lingular ino tenement ana nereaiument.
thereunto belongtna. tAdoedofoonreyance will
bo executed to the purchaser on tho day of sale.
lrIIU It II ... KT . .!
.uii. t, uAnaAniiiHwr in QuacerY
Cairo, III., June 7th, IS7I.
Htatn of Illinois, Aloxander County, t, Alexan
der Conntr circuit Court.
.Samuel Sbuti Tjvlor and Edwin Parnoni. Trui.
tec. of the Cairo City Propertr, rs. Thomai B.
r.uu nitii itmiinm 11. Jierrcuuu. uiu to en
lore. Vender'. Lien.
Public notice is hereby ulren that In pursuance
ol a decree enterud of record In th. aoore enti
tled cniuoln .aliU'ourt on the thlni day of March,
A. U,ls71, I, John J. Ilarman, Mauler In Chan,
rerr lor said court, will, on Friday, the 30th
day of June. A. I. IS71,at the hour ot 12 o'clock
to., ot aaid d.ir. nell at publia auction to the hlsh
"-t bidder, for caih, at tho door of the Court
llouac, in mo cuy oi t.niro. io buki county tne
following decribel real estate situate In the
county oC Alexander and titateof Illinois, to. wit:
Lota numliered tire (51 six (01 and seren (71 In
block numbered 'hree (3) in the first addition to
theolty of Cairo In th. county of Alexander and
tfuto of IlllnoM, logilher with all and lingular
the lercnient. and heredltamenta thoreuntu be.
loosing. (A deed ol conreyance will be executed
to the iiiirchaierontheda otiale.
JOHN Q. HAItM AN, Master In Chancery.
Cairo, III., Juno 7th, 1871.
Htate. of Illinois, Alexander County, as. In the ,
Circuit Court of Alexander County.
Famue! Staati Taylor and Edwin Panwms, 7 run.
ten ot tho Cairo city rroperty, ti. inoxnan a.
Elliaand Henry U.Ellis. Bill to enforce Ten
1'iiblin nntionl. berebv ulren that In pursuance
otn decree entered cf record Intheabore entl.
tied cnuno in said court on ttio wiru uay oi ware n,
A. I. 171, 1, John Q. ilarman, Master In Chan
cery for laid court, will, on Friday, the 30th day
of June, A. I).lb71,atthehouroftl o'clock a.m.
of nald day. all at publlo auction to the highest
blddur.fori'aah.atiliedoorolthe Court llouie,
In tho city ot euro, in said county the following
ilecrlbed real etate altuate In the county of
Alexander nnd SUtw of Illinois to-wit: Lot.
numbered (f ) eight. (0) nine, 10J ten. 111 elereo,
and (12) twelro in bloi-k nnmbered three (3) in the
firat mldillon to thn city of Cairo in tho countyof
Ah-iin lirmil SliIo ol llllnola. loffether with all
ami aingular tho Icnt'incnU and hereditamenta
thereunto belonging. I A deed of conveyance
will be cxecu-d to the parcluuer on tho day of
J0N Q MARUAN.iMa.iter la Chancery.
Cilro, Ilia., June "til, 1S71.
I.IVKltrOOL, NKIV YOIIK AMI PIIILADELPHI I
Under contractwlth the United SUtet and British
(jorcrnienta forearrying the malla.
For Pnixage Tickets or further intern satloa
bplr to JOHN a. DALE, Agent, IS Baeadwav.
WetrToik, ortn fl. UOCtfT,
HA tVaaliihgton areauo, Calao, Ilia.
ALLIDA Y BROTHERS.
And Agjnta of
OHIO RIVER A.D KANAWHA
JNTo. VO OZXIOZiX
It F.L'arknr tl. F. Blake
pARKER dc RLAKE.
WHITE mi Mi, OILS
Wliidojr Class and PuttjV
Uriialiei, Wall Paper. 'Window R-A
95 OHIO AjEVEE, " ' A
Oaix'o - - - - Illinos
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO,
FULTON & SONS, - - Proprietors.
Aro Now 1st rail 0orsUeia.
. Messrs, Fulton A Bona are prepared to furnia
all kinds of Flour of the beat quality, and alar
Mill Feed of all klnda. Qraham Flour, In aa'
oriu lena nuantitr, male. front the beat W