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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1871.
TIMMBWOr TUB iu.im.i "
On d nrFoi..lj. wr !'. '. l0-
mg tlme-taWe i I' ,hl'n'1'
tire ef p t If"" ' c'r'" .. .
rvirf-Mll train, dally IMS p.tn.
Express, daily B.tJp.m.
Express l lr 'tcipt Kundny 3:90 p.m.
Although tl.e rrgulu hi l.otim train Is taken oil
Ulh train out ol Cam dl have through cars
for fit. Louis, alileh wll tok'n through from
llnpionbylhelralnsontlie Hellcvlllc road. !!
root nil close, connect em lll bo made nt Du
quoin, and Ihrre will l no thange of care from
Cairo to El. Louis. Tlif train leaving Cairo nt
11:45 p.m. will have a through iler). lug car lor 81.
lout Tho Mention of shippers l c.ptlally
called to Hi fret tint a Fruit Express train w 111
Icate Cairo dally, f?atur,la)s expected, and will
make the run from this city to Chicago In tw only,
two hours. .US. .IU11N30N, Agent.
QUICKEST KOUTK FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . .
Sr. Louis, Livuisyii.i.k, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, H KW 1 ORK, lll)TON,
P01KT3 EAST AND "WEST.
Pamttger lratn arrive, at ami tenvc Cnliu ai fnl
Atxtt :t i :t h m ;iimii p.m
TiriT llil.l n.m Uil5 p.m
Both trains connect at Ceulraha with train on Hie.
Pan. lVcatiir, nioninlniitcn, Kl Paso. Lt Salle,
Mendota, Fro port, Halen i, I'tibiupie, and
all points In Illinois, Mia'ourl,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
Lines running Kat nnd West for
M.Lnnls, Hptngfielil, l,niilstille,
Cincinnati, In.iannpolls, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
Nlagra Fall., Erie, llulUlo,
New York, I'ittsWg, ll.iltiinnre,
AND ALL TOINTS EAST.
For through tickets and Information, apply to
Illinois usnirai nauroaii uepoi.
W. P. JOHNSON,
General Pas.enger Agent, Chlc.ig
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
MOUND CITY AND CAIHO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cxrt. William II. Sanpukv.
FOUR TBI PS EVKHV DAY
cjjr&o yL3srx) mid. city
tOSI 01 ilUUTII ITBCCT,
At 7 A.M.
At 10 a.m.
At 1 l'.M.
At 5 P.M.
I.KAVK .Mil C'lTV,
, ll..,0 A.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
at i nr.
01 FACTORY, HAtVK'n LAN1IINO, KY.
MOUTH 0V CACHE, M AIUNK WAYS,
AND NAVY YAW).
CAIltO and NASU VlfiLE l'ACK KTS
Tho lollowlug packets Ic.'.w Cair.)
on the days and nt (lie liirir l.lon.n.uno.l :
Kverj Monilny nt r p.m. ;
Every Thursday, nt ft ji.tn. ;
EverySaturJny, tit C ii.in.
J c r Freight or I'ansago apply on tionrd, or lo
IlIGCS i- MALl.OltY,
JinJC'Tllfl 7S OHIO l.KVCK.
CAIRO AND PA DUO All
. sJPjfc Tho M-nutlful nnd llght-drnngin
JAMKS FISK, .IJf.,
Dutftv SMinirv, Mn-tcr,
LEAVES CAIltO DAILY,
av 5 o'ruirk, r.M. ;
LEAVES PADUCAH DA 1 L Y,
AT 9 o'clock, a.m.
"ltvingniprior nccoinmod.ilioii'. she o.
Icili public palron.iK''.
WPartlcular alti-ntlrjn is pud In ml ft lion of
intolee ctisrge, but the jo:it will not t o rvspnu
lUe fur the same until culU-ctfil,
(I It O O K It 1Kb,
Ohio Lkvkk, :::::: Caiuo, Ii.i,.
oanrti racmi'TLt nil in.
0. 1). WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION M Kltt'IlANT,
No. 70 Ohio !. ',
given to Consignments
an I tilting orders.
THURSDAY, JUNK 22, 1871,
At half.past t o'clock, a.m., the follow ing ood
win m soui tor cnargta :
II boxes fruit Jars, 7 lores glass ware,
1 bbl Koblrts. 1 box tumblers.
1 box tumblers, 2 bis assorted sell glass
" uisne s, i ix tumblers,
1 bx e.ndy Jsis, K,l tx candy Jars.J gal.,
bis lamp chimneys.
BaUpoaltlve and without reserto.
, DANIKh II A HTM AN,
HROMATIO work printing in many and
J and varied colors nt ono impression, on the.
wbralcd chromatic press done at tho nullum
Is the most remarkable
perforins in ono nay
ling, of ten ordinary
Itn ..nut nf that eliarse.
Jtrof work to a very low rate.
)iu priming omc. - ni.
RrM vtr, iDieuti, as It
i work. In color4 print
Bissau, tliertbv ledurlnirti
... ff.OUn.in. 2.WJ..U1
,. U.2n p:m. 11;llp.m.
....1H.15 p.m. lljoop.m.
" 'J'luniigti N. (., Mem
phis and dleml-ii"
Ohm Itmr nuile, (i xi'ipl
Iron Mountain It II i.-.'irin.m. ll.i"p.m.
Miss, liter route, Tuesday
nnd Friday fi.uip.tn, 7.U)p.m.
Theirs, (loose Inland A fnnln
Fe, Ills., Tliursdn) A I'rb
ilay...: ', C.uip.tii. 7.00a. In,
Ma) hell, P. andi.le nJd
I.otehcc, Ky U.uia.m. 4.iiop.m,
Qciicrnt liilv iy Tinilntu.
Money Ordsr department 8.W a.m. C.U)
Ileclatcr " " " c.uJH.m. Mm p.m
Money Order and Hi-fUier dcpnttinenlp not
open on Bundaya.
Til K MASONS.
Uuni'.OiiMMtMiniY, No IS. f-'talr.l Aoem'ly
nl the Ajlum Manuiii I'all, fir.tnnd Until fa.
unliiva Ineaeh month.
(.'muoOoi'M'ii, No. 21, tlegiilar ConvorMtonnt
Maaonli: Hall. the reennd Friday Incach month
Caiiio Ciurnii, No. 71 '.trgulatj t'ontocation
at Masonic Hall, on tho third Tuesday of ctety
CAino Iit.or, No. 2.17 F. A A. M Hcgnlar Com
tnunicaliomi'nl Ma.onlc Hall, tho second mi
fourth Moiiit.ni s ol each month.
IlilTA IiiHir, No. MM F. 1 A. M. Ilegular Cum
miinlnllnna nt Jlfaaonlo Hull .I"! nn. I Ifilnl
Tliura dnya In ' i""""'-
AtrxAM'ra Iinor, 221. Steels In Old Fellow's
Hsll, 111 Artrr's Hull ling, every TMirsnny.etcn.
ing, nt 8o clojk.
ATTENTION, Silt KNIGIITSI
flAHeelal Conclave of Calra Commandery
XNo. 13, of KnlgliU Templar will bo held at
thoAsjIum, In tho clly ol Cairo, on tills t.amr
.IfivioviMilmr. Juno Sllh. nt 8 o'clock, sharp, for
work in IhoK. T. degree.
Sojourning Hli Knights nro courleoiuly invited
toaltend. JAH. H. lilUltPn.N, lticofder,
I'iiIiIIsImmI t-r.v mnriiliitt, .llumlny ox
T. Lewis is tion tat.
Hot, n ml still heating.
.Miul ilogs will Piiiiii ho tlio pasliinc
lliiloy's nilvorti'ciiiL'iit challenges nt-
llusiut'$3 in pills U dull. iSo tho doc
Thu bull of tlio Episcopal church will
Mr. English iirrivutl in tlio city yes-
Dnllness reigned Kiiprciiio in polico
Tho tobacco fnh) tit tlio Htilhtr.l wnrc-
ltoiiPo yesterdiiy tvi u Mtceca.
Tlio gru:it tobnreo I'uir next Wedncf
Iny will ho tlio event of tho pomoh.
.Mrs. Scott Wlilto is hilling oil" hor
Inrgo stock nf dry-goinls nt co't.
.Mt .SiiM'ord nnd fiiniily havo in con-
teiiipliition it visit to Dultith.
Phillips, tlio groivr, run tlio hniul
sumcst f iring wngon in tho city.
An unknown philanthropist hni boon
(Veiling; tho .Vmh nmii on npplm.
Tho littlo .S'iic propose? lo cast u ray
or two upon tin iiisiinuico nuetit of this
liuird mill Siiiiinierwull huvo raised
ttiii cottages on tlio corner of Washington
iiVoniHt and Twtdfth street to graile.
Street SnjMirviMir U'unl proclaiines
hi intention to tnvoku the law in his ef
forts to compel residents to disgorgo tho
Tliu city Ion nru to lie iinniedliitcly
lilted up ii9 a lmg pound, and then the or
diitiiiieu against porkers t to lie rigidly en-
The county court will huvo tickets
printed for tbn railroad election eontain-
ing both the I'm" and "agaiii't'' ptoposl-
Tl.o Sir luiihlh of the Cairo euiti.
inuiidery, will meet in hpeelul conclave at
the asylum, lo-niglit, ji.r work in tho Iv. 'J',
list year l.y:5 on thu hundred was
levied In thi. county for county purposes.
Tin, tear the levy will ho from 60 to Of.
Cents inn. mill less. Kully !
The mortal reuinin ,, t, ,llo prort
1......11.1. ...tn . . . . . .
i.i.Knii hhi protiiiiuy n liurieil to-mor
row. I he father of the deeeiml, it U ex
pected, will an Ivu in w L.jV to-morrow
Thu meet committee met ve-lerdnv
iiftetnoon at the store of Mr. With or and
determined to work tho chuln-'uiiL' nn
tlio sidewalks. Mcllalo win hog the gang
and Wnlder will bo. him.
1'rol.alu court adjourned on Tliurnlav
evening. .Indge llr.xs has compelled nil
"'"ii'luuiiitiiimiiiKttitorr; uiid mitirdi-
!,,. .1 n . . i . .
ttiiioftho county to walk up to the cap-
iniifu aiiu seine.
When tho laxes shall ..u i,v i. ...
co'.lec'.ed this viar. Alexondnr
b-' entirely out f debt-have nil her
county orJoig iideemu.Und other el,,!,,,.
Ir,Sw."d '",ia ,ie,',mrsou sr
The erdliinnce tiivtnir the eltv (l.
" uiWUy i .lny executions i , i, ol r
opinion, of .mi.iiouubl,, wil.lolll. 'u ,""r
too much iguor im the ntmrnoy's 1 ,,,,,1
nndWnnlnvittii on b, .peculate
On nccount of the um.v ,.,.,,. , ,
Mrs. .Meliner. advert e,l ir ...i ....
. ' P'ftCC tt-
morrow (Sunday) evening, bus ueil rest
noned until f,,n ....n. 1 Qix
The follottlrii; gentium,;,, comnoie,ii
democrati,. eor-tty committee; -Moirn
J. II. itiylor, Anthony Eschhac'i (
Winston, It. i'it.gorald, .1. . .Muleahey
.M. D. Cunter, .1. (J. ltowli,,K, The. M'ri
tin, T. ,J. JlcOlurn T. L. Morgan, .1 F
O'Urien is junhlng tho work of int.,
tho custom houso Hjuarc n,j ,u )iV
tho Job completed witlm, threu months
from this dute. lie has about 7,000 yard,
of dirt to huul, nnd is to iccelvo llfly ecnu
-Our levco lllghbor assorts thai the
domocrnls of Cniro who havo not yet
bowed tho kneo to tho Haul of tho political
now dcparluror will bo "whiprod Into tlio
tr.icoj" or bo excommunicated. Thu know
Ingness of Davis Is wondorful.
The .S'kh is atixliuiK tu huvo tho "hoys'
buckle on their armor uud go to wotk fur
tho Cairo nnd Vincciines railroad. In
this way, tho littlo luminary helioves, the
boys ltiny provo theinselve to he "worthy
sons of departed sire?.'
Chief Myers mndu n derent upon
nbout thirty boys and men who wero Imli-
lng near tho stone depjt yesterday. Hav
ing obtained their protn'.su tu not again
exhibit their Adouisicul proportion in nil
their nuked beauty, the chief told Ilium to
depart in pence and s'.n no more.
There is considerable feeling iimong
tho citizens who paid lor slteet tilling nnd
now nro compelled to pay lnteiet on the
Pox, Howard i: Co. In, mis. They protect
that they havo bee it raged by the city,
nnd nro anxiouslv inquiring what they can
do to get back the money they huvo paid or.
slop the interest on Ihu bond".
Col. Wood, ono of the Southern llll
nois normal school commissioners, rc
turned from Carbondule on Thursdny
oveuing. Ho reports that thu nppruleors
selected to detcrmino tho vnluo of 'tho
buildinj; nn it now stands, llxed tlio prico
nt $llO,'JiB.40. Mr. Cumpboll, hoforo his
death, received $9-1,000.
Tho children of tlio public school nro
invited to attend tho funeral services to
bo held over tho body of thoir Into princi
pal, tho lamented Prof. II. S.
English. This Invitation is ex
tended by tho authority of tho
place for tlio sorvices will bo mndo known,
as soonns decided upon.
The toubles in Paris have nt last sub
sided, nnd Wmi Elders has recoived a
largo invoice of "Jodtit" and "Morciar'1
French calfskins two of tho best brands
made, which ho is ready nnd willing to
manufacture into boots and shoes, for tiny
nnd till persons who aro willing to pay tlio
highest cash prices. His shop is on 20th
strcot,'opposito tho oottrt housi hotel.
And Thornton. Ho, too, has joined
tho host of tlio new departurists. Long
ago ho was in advance of tlio old fogies of
tho party, nnd now htaitds witli tlioso who
lead the van of tint prograsivc clement ef
the deuiocracv. O. P. Lyon, nlso, protest
that ho must not lie left out in the cold
that he stands squuroly on tho platform of
now issues, eager for the fray with tho
Thoro is nn odoriferous hog h.dc, red
olent of nil the tinsty stinki that ovor as
sailed tlio nostrils of mot.nl man, nt tho
corner of Washington nvcnuonnd .Eighth
street. Tho gutter on tho south sido of
Eighth street, botweon Wr.thington aven
ue and Walnut street, does not carry oil"
tho water that is drained into it,
but furnishes a delightful mud holo for
tlio pauper hogs that llvo oil' tho public
and lio nround loose.
Last your thu stuto tnxos collected in
Alexander county was puid into tho coun
ty treasury in accordance with tho relief
bill passed by .tho legislature giving to the
county tho stuto taxes for two years. . This
venr tho auditor demands Unit tho
taxes shnll lin ptiid to tho btnto. Our
county court resists tho demand, nnd so
tho courts must docido botweon thefo disa
trrcointr Dowers. Wo nro infornird Unit
tlio nuditor has agree ! witli tho county
court to mako an agreed ch'o to bo submit
ted to tlio supremo court.
William Albn's barber shop is grow
ing in public favor every day. It is neatly
lilted up, and can boast of tho most skill
full workmen in tho city. Tho proprietor
lms had many years' oxporinncn in his bus
iness and is recogui.od as ono of tho most
nxpuit shavers in Southern Illinois, whtlo
young Alba is it master in his profc9sioita
Cili.cns and strangers who wish a pnin
less shave, a luxurious cluimponing, or
thoir hair cut in thu latest stylo should
patronize Alba. His shop is on Washing
ton avenuo next door to Hnnuon's news
An important cite has just been de
cided in tho suprumu court of Illinois. It
was tin action to recovor dnmages from a
town for injuries to tho plulnlitl'hy reason
of tho bad condition of tho roads in it. It
wiib decided Unit no civil action could bo
maintained ngaliitl tho town itself, tho
only redress being nn idnlctniont against
thuollieers. This decision conflicts with
tho one in what is known rs tho Poster
case. Tills doeision is of special import
ance to the highway mithor.tics, und will
naturally rondor thorn inoro faithful in
the diseliurgo of llieir dutios.
-Tlio harbor shop of Ous Hlmc, on Sov
enth street, between Commercial uvenuo
and Ohio levee, haa becotno n pluco of
popular resort, visited by nil persons who
know how to appreciate ucloso and do
lieiotts shave. Ous is u master in his pro
lession, and employs only tho most skill
ful of workmen. Ills razors tiro always in
order, his towels faultlessly clean and his
shop the neatest und most comfortable in
the city, (livo (Jus n call, nnd oxporionco
Ids skillful manipulations of your board
and you will know what tho pleasures of
ii llrst-clnsi shnvo arc.
A number of our citizens hnvo ox
pressed n wish to join in somo titling testi
monial to tho worth of tho Into
i'roi. li, H. Kugliih. In pursuance
of this idcalt has boon grcod
that a purso shall bo raised to nc
Etlit In do'iaying tho oxpenscs attending
his sickness and tho bttrinl of his body.
Parties who may desiro to contrlbuto t()i
this object, will plcaso call at tho City Na
tional bunk or tho business house of A.
Macklo & Co., Ohio lovee, any Unto after
10 o'clock this morning. Tho dconsed's
labor in tho eauso of education among us
ave ham earnest and successful, nnd It is
"ought that tho proposed testimonial
wimld Indicate, at least in eonio inuasurc,
our appreciation of them, end of his worth
s it cltl.un.
w MeuU. Thu brunch iiiealahop of .lames
Kynaston, located on Commercial uvenuo,
next door to tho grocury stum of .lumes
Carroll, is now In full bluit, uud this pop
ular butcher Is supplying ull thu roll tied
meat caters of Unit portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you hnva
not tiled hint glvo him r call, tf
KXCITINO HAH'. OVKIl THK CAIUO t.ObMISI'.
lOflAHl.l.N s 1IOIIHK 1IUKAKHA I.K(IANI)
IK MIHT liniHACIl'H HOItsK I IK AT F.N.
Tho Cairn sports mo tlio lolllest bovs In
tho Mlmii-sippi vnlloy. Tlmy unjoy nil
gnme fioni huso bnll up to pins, and espe
chilly IIOIlSK UAOINO!
ami now Unit the weather Is too hot for de
votions are devoting nil thoir tlmo nnd at
tention to the sport.
they turned out in force to witncis tho rnco
tiilveitind to he run over tho fourth wind
tih: nitsT hack
win it sweeplake, mile heats, $20 en
trance, play or pay. Tor this tlicro wero
two nomination- hi h. Iloepple and g. h.
1 UK STAKT
va made ill line -1 y l ; but, lil'ter tunning
about 100 yard', Kt iinslon shorse Hew tl o
track, and turning quickly sprang back.
Thu moment h'n feet struck tho track his
right fore lei; broke and ho fell suddenly
throwing his rider. At tho requost of Mr.
Kynaston, Chiol-of-Pollco Myers
SHOT THK HAUKIt
nnd ended his misery. This incident
marred tho sport somowhnt, but
TJIK XKCONI) HACK
was proceeded with, Ilribnch's bk. :n. nnd
Iloepplo's b. h. being entered for tho con
test of speed, Hribnch giving Uocplo ono
hundred feet tho start. Tlio stnko was n
purso of SIOO. Tills rnco win nn exciting
one, nnd wns won by Uoopplc.
MOD NKWS FOR THK LADIES.
Mrs. J. Cummings desires to. inform tho
Indies that sho is' about to disposo of her
spring and summer stuck of goods at cost.
Her slock comprises a very lino selection
of lints, bonnets, flowers, ribbons, etc., all
of which wero choen with great core. All
tho Indies who want ccnsonnble, tasteful
and cheap goods should not fall to patron
izo Mrs. Cummings, us sho intends to put
nil her goods at tho very lowest cash
price, in order to disposo of them as qnick-
ly as possible. Great bargains can bo
mailo for tho next few days.
Tlio houso hcrctoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Levco between
Fourth and Sixth streets. Tills house, if
not tho best business houso is certainly
ono of tlio best stands in Cairo. It fronts
tlio principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also tho second floor of tho snmo building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply noxt
door nt Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocery store. If
This is tho season of tho year when tho
system should bo thoroughly purged of
tho humors which crcato disease. Thoro Is
no purgative or cathartic so mild and
efficacious us Helmiiold'h Uhafr Pills,
causing neither nausea or griping pains
as is tho cato with tho ordinary cheap pat
ent pills of tho doy most of which nro
composed of cnlomol or mercury, nnd
carelessly prepared by Inexperienced por-
soiib. Aftor thoroughly purging tho sys
tent uso Hklmiioi.d's Extkact Saksapa
IHI.1.A, tho great blood-purifier, and they
will insure now life, new blood and renew
ed vigor. Try them.
(JllHAT EXCITKMKNT. TIlO city llOS
been agitated during tho past week on tho
subject of tho excellent St. Louis Deer,
AVeiss Ueor, Rhino Wino, and splendid
cigars for salo nt Churloy Schonomoycr's
saloon. His Woiss Peer is becoming a
popular drink his Rhino Wino is the
best in tho city, his St. Louis Beer
always ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located nt tho cornor of Tenth street and
Washington avonuo, whoro nil lovers of
uooil things to urinlc should call.
"TituTii is powurtul and must prevail,"
mid it is Into that there is not n bettor
boot and shoemaker in Calio than Phillip
Hough. Ono trial is sufficient to satisfy
any ono.of tho fuel, that for durability,
stylo and Illness, his work cannot bo ex
celled. Ho can ho found at all times at
his shop, on Eighth stroot near Ohio
Lovee, and not conlining himself to any
poculiar style or fashion, can guarantco
to his friends und customers full and com
plete satisfaction. Je-UO-tf
Thk Fe.nton Coh.v .Mill. This estab
lishment, cornor of Commercial nvenuo
nnd Twentieth street, is now in chargo of
.Mr. M. I), tiunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invito tho at
tention of the public to the fact that ho is
now prepared tu furnish dculors und fami
lies with tho very best articloufcorn meal.
Orders left at tlio mill or sout through tho
postolllco will receivo prompt attention.
Sr. N lonoLAM. Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formorly tho St. James) at $4 per
week. Tho houso is at tho cornor of Ohio
levco and Eighth street, n central location,
uud is propriotorcd by Hiiny Wulkcr,
who is alive to tlio wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on Inquiry at the ollko.
UEEllWAItT, OKTII i: CO.'S,
mylStf 13CCom. Ave.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS! 1 1
Fivo hundred dozon No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THK NKtV-YOItK 8T0K1', lit $1.00
por dozon. Largest wholesale and rotail
stock In tho city.
(iltKKI.Y & l'AllTKK.
FituiT Fott Sai.k, Tho undersigned of
fers for snlo, in tho orchard, In Pulaski
county, nino miles irom uairo, a mrgu
amount of choico fruit, consisting of
poaches, pears, apples, quinces, etc. This
fruit can bo bought at n great bargain, if
applied for soon. Enquire of
I, S. Hawkinj,
jun21d2w U.S. Custom Houso,Oalro.
Twknty-Fivk Cents. This amount
will buy a bottle of Mrs, Whitcomb's Syr
up, tho great soothing romqdy for all dis
cuses Incident to infunts nnd children.
Foit Sale, A good buggy will bo eold
cheap for cash ; may bo usod for ono or
two horsos. Any porson dosiring to pur
chusu will find It to their Intoreet to call
on tho subscriber, nt tho cornor of Tonth
aml .nut Wm. Usury.
A V1NK LOT OF IIOUHKIIOLU AND KITCHEN
FCltNITUllK AT MUD. WAHWICK'h KKi
IIIKNCt!. I will oiler for salo, on Thursdny, Juno
at half-imst 9 o'clock a.m., at tho toil-
deuce of Mrs. I. M. Warwick, on tho cor
ner of Twelfth street and Coinmorclnl av
enue, a largo assortment of parlor, bod-
room nnd kitchen furnlluro, consisting of
sofas, chairs, mirrors, carpets, bedsteads,
mnttresses, pillows, stoves, cooking uton-
slls, bureau, knives, forks, etc. Salo pos
itive and without rcsorvo.
1). II AnTMAN, Auctioneer.
Post i on ki. Tho baptist festival, here
tofore Mentioned In theso columns, will bo
held on Thursday evening next, instead of
Tuc'sdny cvonlng, u announced. Alio
rooms in thu Kiimcs company factory aro
large, airy mill clean, and tlioso of our
roiulors who iittond may expect a delicious
supper and refreshments, somo good music
mid n pleasant tlmo generally.
Takk notick. All persons who hnvo
been notlilcd that their street taxes nro
due, must pay them Immediately, if they
do not wish to pay costs.
F. M. Wahd, Street "Commissioner.
Fon Sai.k. Tho store-houso on tho cor
nor of Tenth nnd Wiilnut strcots, nnd nlso
tho stock of groceries therein, nro offerod
for sale togothor or sopnrntcly. Also, a
good bHggy nnd harness will bo sold on
privnto torms. Apply for particulars on
tho promises. HEN. F. ECHOLS.
Last Chanck. Tho time draws near.
Secure your tickets in tho Grand Gift
Legal Festival In nid of a public library,
at Omaha before you hnvo to pay a largo
premium. It is said to bo n grand suc
cess. Everybody is confident it is con
ducted on tho " square."
Hamilton's Uuuiiu nnd Dandolion is
fully us good nnd a much cheaper article
as llclmbold's ltuchti, and is as generally
recommended by physicians. P. O. Schuh
has it for salo nnd will tell it for less monoy
thau any nrtlclo of its kind. jo21tf
Alba' 3. Tho barber shop of Wm. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth street, is tho placo to which all
lovers of a good, closo shave with razors
sharper than tho wit ot twenty Jcrrolds,
wind their way. tf
Come to Stay. Robert Reid has per
manently established a coal yard at Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purpose of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows nt
all times, day or night. ,
jc8tf O.S. Hutchinson, Agent.
Hamilton' Ruchu ond Dandolion as
good nn nrtlclo as llclmbold's Buchu and
for laa monty, for salo at P. O. Schuh's
drug store. my24tt
Wm. Eiilkiw has tho best brands of
French calf, moroccos, kid, buckskin and
patent leathers, all of which ho will man
ufacture Into 'tho latest stylo of boots nnd
shoes to suit tho taste of any and all hit
Kekp cool- Kclrlgoralors, Ico chests
wotcr coolers, I X L ico cream freezers
bath tubs, jnpanncd cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., nt
Kindlino. COO "class boxes " for salo
at 5 cents each. W. W. Thoiinton.
ORDINANCE NO. 11 1.
An Ordinanco utithorliing stay of oiocutlon In
Ho It ordalnod by tho City Council of the city of
fitcnoj 1. That it shnllbetho duty oftho Polico
Maglstrntea of the city of Cairo whenuvor tho
City Attorney of said city may so diiect to allow
a stay of execution for nny tlmo not exceeding
forty-eight hours in favor nf any person Mho
may havo been found guilly of a vndution of auy
ordinance of siildcity, nnd thu Clly Attorney may
ii i reel such siay wnonovcr no may imiiK mo in
terest of thecl. y require such stay ofcxecutlon,
Provided, nuy person in M hose favor slay of elo
cution is had who shall bo found within thu limit
of tho city of Cairo nfter tho time of such stav of
execution uas eiiwo,i snail i unu witn ns it no
such slay of execution had been granted.
Approied June-.M, H7I.
Atlesl, .lollN.M.I.ANJDK.V, Mayor.
M.J. Hornet-, Cily Clerk. JeJilloi
HEAL, KST.irK AUKNT.
0. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (SECOND FI.O0K) OHIO LEVKE,
Uuv and Sem. Real Kstate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kind'.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAN. (JAYKH A CO.,
KKKI constantly nn hand tho lest of heel,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, sausagn, pudding,
etc. Fresh white lard ill any quantity, corned
beef, etc,, nlnays on hand.
Orders promptly tilled, nnd satisfaction warran
lliitrlirr ami Dealer In nil Kindt) Frb
UOUSCII iXlir.TI.I.NTH and Piiruu Stih CT,
BIJ VH and slaughters only tho very best eatlle,
hogs and sheep, and in prepared lo till any
demand for fresh iniuts Hum mm pound to ten
thousand pounds, .IccSOtf
CARL L. THOMAS,
la pn-pared to do all kinds of pn n, orim.
KALSOM1NINO, PAPElt HANGING
DION WItlTINO, ETC.,
At figure" which defy all coinpetion, and ill the
highest stylu cf Hie painter's art.
BHOl' IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
CORNKH OK C0MME11CIAL AVENUE ANP
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
)l i: llt'HA.MS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And Avents of
Olilu Hlvrr hiiiI liiimiMliii
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
UHUCKKIRM AMU IIHV (JOOOS.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAM, ETC.,
Has Just received a heavy stoek ot Hoots and
nnoes, Hosiery nnu onons,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY OH E A l1
He alto has a fine stock of Family Orccerlcs ol
CORNER SIXTH-St. AND COMMER.
UAH in i:ns.
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM I'EItUY II0UKK
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST,
OPPOSITE WINTER'S 11 LOCK,
l.TK has greatly Improved Ids stock, and haa
J.JL now on naiei all kiu.is or
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To the lowest living figures, and ho invites the
patronage, ol irio put, lie.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared lo supply ciistotueis Mlih tho best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Hallldny llros, ollice, TO OHIO
LKVKK, or nt thu Coal Yard below thu HI.
Charles Hotel, will rcccltit prompt attention.
TI1KTU0"M0NTAUK,, wlllhringcoiil nlong.
sido steamers at any hour. oeJ.'jif
THE CAIRO BULLETIN;
IB the cheapest paper published In the stslo of
Illinois, mid should l.e read in every family In
"Egypt." II Is ollered nt the very lo prlcoof
ONE DOLLAR PER ANNNIJM.
Tlio Hull, 'tin mil u,lvi,piilo thn nrlncinlCH of the
democratic party, uud l.iLur zealously lo inluse
into the organisation tho enthusiasm which in tho
"olden time" so olteu gavv tho government into
AlllhsUtest news of tlio day
The news of Houihem Illinois
The freshest market roports !
Will be found In the Cairo We ekl Bulletin. Ev.
ery porson Interested in tho wclf.iro of Boutliern
.i.1.....a ui.n..i.i i.i-in AvtAnil thn eticulatlon ot
t'liuui.piiuuiu .mw. - ' - - -
II, WARDNBR, M. D.
RESlDKNCE-corner Nineteenth street and
Washington avenue, Cairo. OIBce-on Com.
tncrclal avenue, over poilofflce. oiHce heura--Irom
tu a m, to to U m., (Uundaya excepted,)
Cm:, i, IMS.
IN ritt. IlLAST
AT IIAUCI.AYS Hltt'O HlOIti:,
Khisii Hiiii.i, I'oiv
MOL'KING HUM) FOOD
aii. iiiahv inn tr. wmi, nt tiioiilr
II L M II O L D'g
GRA l'E ( catawiia i ; f hiiapi: ) 1'ILI.S
CATAW1IA Yt.l tlltAI'K
GRAPE I t'ATAWIIA ) t (.ORAl'K ) PI LLU
a jiii All. or
ii i: i. n it o 1. 1 'n m i: i 1 ci f kh
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Ahmji In stock In large supply, and fur :alshy
II ore lny llrosi.
FRESH SXiUOU XjIGIC
I'or Hnle liy tlio Jln, llollle or Uiillon
8f Extra Fine Coloonej
C0enuink Imported Extracts;
OayliAii:, Tooth and Nail Brushes;
Bfiyl.VIHA RUIHIER NURSKRY GOODS J
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Itest grades in large stock and va.
riely, very cheap
Full Link of Colors,
I'BV AMI IX OIL',
l'jlnt Hrushes, I.i-i-.o.l 0,1,
Whitewash Hrushes, Tiiriitlue,
Varnishes, Etc. etc ,
ALL klMS Ab STAM.Alin dLALITira
At Barclays .
.Ml I.I. INK UN
MRS. M. SWANDEU,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Coniiiierrliil Ateiiue, imllt Klllott
ami liny lliorti'M
ill Ateiiue, o
ami liny lliorti'M
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Heady-Made.
A full assortment of Misses" and Ladioa'
Hats nnd Bonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE'
EIGHTH STREET, IIETWEEN WASHINGTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Una Just received n full and splendid line ot
SILK (J I MPS,
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And n full nnd complete slock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which the proposes to sell nt
THK VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd nflcr Monday, April 21th, 1871, trains wil
ruu ni follows!
TBAIMi QOINO SOUTHEAST,
" 'I'nvlorvillo -10.62 "
, o:is "
. 6:17 "
Arrivo ut 1'ann ll: m.
Leave Pana ?ii"'tn
Arrivo at Hprlngneld...ii;lft "
Leavo apingl)e d C-.J5 "
Arr vont Virginia
TBAINH C01NQ SOVTIIItHT.
I.eavo Edgowood C:30n.m 10:10 run.
I Klnrn HM ' llllO
Arrivo nt HlinwiioetownU:5.1p.m S:15 p.m
lu.in. Hum,, RuuxinMi,
Leave Hhawncttown 6:13 n.ni 8.20p.m
11 Vlnrs 2 h', " 7:110 '
Arrivo nt Kdgewood 4:60 " :'20
The 0:80 n.in. train from Kdgewood, runa only
a ll!..ln.,laDun,i,l V.liUvu oriil a,4aft.m.
train from Bliawneetown on Tuesdays, 'lliura.
days and Saturdays. ,
Connocts at ABhlnnd with Jacksonylllo division
or Chicago and Alton IUilroad, for Jacksonville,
l eiersuuru, eiiiswii ii.j, .
At rJpringlleld. with Chicago nnd Alton, and
Toledo, Wnbnsli and Western Itallroail, for
UlOOmtnUIOII, i;illcngo,uiluuil num ,.uii.,,uu,,,..
At I'nna with Ind. nnd Bl. Louis, nud Illinois
Central Railroad for nil points oast, south and
southeast. , ,., ,.,,, ,,,.,.
At ISugowoou wmi Vint"" w'v ...v.
Central IUilroad. . , , .,,.,..,. .,,...,
At Flora, witn oiuo. -v"',vrin :'7 ir.r .'
nail, luc..,CaWndHut.Jfi,,h.rt( Qm,
i... vm. ocn'l Kr'at and Ticket Au'l.