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OAIKO'S IMILHtMD rQ.V.N'KCTIONS,
TIMCTAIILK Or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. n,
On ami after Humlar, Ma- 14th, 1S7I, the fnllna
iii ilroe-uMe will govern the atrival iunl depart
ure of Mticr tralna at Cairn I
.'jwrf-Mad train, dally lists p.m.
Kipre", ilmlr .......... 2.-41 ".m
j rd-tll.'"illy....'. 1 3..) a.m.
Epre. .'lr, eve. .t f'unilnj' 3:Sn p.m.
Alilioiitc II -Ki.'lr PI I mil" Irani l tal-n nil
It, liln out ''M w II fmvi- through car
f r id. lmls, which Mill lie taken Ihr ughfrtiln
Imqii n tf th r.ln on Hie IlillevlPi-road. I.
,0. I An. I (lo. cnnnii-tlnt, Mill 1m- insile at I'U
iiiid, miiI ther- will mi lmi"X of cam fittn
(i,p to SI, l.ntil. The triin leasing t'alro nl
i ) in. wl'l hMf a tnroiiuli ilecplnge.ir InrHt.
t. , The Hril"n of .hlpper Is e.peilnlly
.illiil ti the fact Hi I I'nilt F.ipre-n linln will
..,. Aim dally, lalurda) ixpeetid, and villi
mil. ihf run from Hilarity lo Chicago In twenty
l .i..nr. -IAS. Ji IINsON, Agent.
ltTICKKtT UOUTK FUUM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
s?t i.ouu, louisville, cincinnati, clii
caoo, New Yohk, Hovton,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
P '(iRcr trnln. atiivu at and leave Cairo as fol
mul. . rvrKMt,
m ivt :ii:ii, .1 in .li.'Ml p.m.
I'li oi i ii.ii una p in
11 lli trains connect at Onlralia with Iriln on tnr
Pali. LWAtiir, llrMliilnxfrn, I'.l Pa, L.1 Salic,
Jienaora, rrccpori, iun-, j'iif'iiui-, mm
II minis In III nnf, Mi rinrl,
Iiuneota, vi.,.,nin mill
Ion. Ami with
Lines running Fa.t and West for
t-l. Louis. Rfifllgllelil, l.niilMillc,
Ciin'innAll, ln.j.iiaioha, Ciililtnl.il.
An I Ht Chicago w I III Michigan (Vimnl, Mlrhfgm
irouiberii. Anil i'jii-iiiirg. run ivayne
Alii Chicago lUllriml lor
U. troll, Cleveland, Tmnklrk.
til. my. IIikIoii, Philadelphia,
Niy FaIN, Erie, IIiiIIaIo,
New Turk, PlltaUirjf, Il.iltfnioro,
. AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tickets .oiJ Inf.irniAlloii, apply lo
1 noni. inirai iiauruau i-.iioi.
W. P. JOHNSON,
Central PaMenger Agent, Chicago.
J, JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
MOUND CITY AND CAIHO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William II. Sandusky.
FOUR TKII'S KVKHV DA V
CAIEO JVOSTID 2sXD. CITY
mot ut ncuni ftuirr.
At...... ....... I A.M.
At 10 a.m.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 r.M.
Leave .Mii Citv,
Mil tUII OAT,
At 8.30 a.n.
At 11.30 a.m.
At i!.30 P.M.
At C.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
BOX F-ACTOKV, HAWK'S LANIUNO.KT,
MOUTH Or CACUE, MARINE WAYH,
AND NAVY YAKI).
CAIRO and NASHVILLE PACKETS
i The tollownitf ji.vheln l...-,io C.ilro
u he Ja iihi M the hi'ir h.low.n sneil :
TA LISA! AN,
ry Monday ut 5 p.tn. ;
Etery Thurnlny nt & p.m.;
Ercry Saturday, nt C p.m.
or Freight or P age apply on lioanl, or to
HIGGS i- MALLOHY,
n.V7Ilf 74 OHIO I.KVHK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The U-autiful anil liuht-ilMitgru
JAMES FISK, .JK.,
(icauft tiMtutr Manlir,
LEAVES CAIUO DAILY,
AT A O'lllKK, r.M. ;
LEAVES PADCCAll DAILY,
AT il ti'l UI k, A.M.
lUt wz Mipprinr in'roiumoilaliou' hi. o
HI. puhho piinnuu-e.
iPrtH'ulr aMui ion l pA-.l loeol isMiun ol
inroicechArsn, hut the Iwint will not I renpon-
lHeforthe3me until collect!-.!.
HOVT S TO It I.N.
8 A M W I , S O N
ii 1 1 1 r c .
0 II 0 C E It I K i
N. I III
E T C,
Onio LtVEE, j , s s s : Ca.ko, ll.l.,
. iiahm i-kount, mini.
C D. W1IaUAMS0.N
CAIRO, I h I. I N 0 K.
11 Kill EDUCATION.
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HKLLMUTII LAWKS1 UOLLWiH
UilOHiTril tr U, I. II. MlIM AliTIIlk,
o i.l anl Tiiili.ii, per aniiurn
PiAaiiltBt-Tu. Vry K. V. I
Kau of llui
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Kau of llurm.
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Fur narlleut... ..... ...
U u.J. Wmi, 'i,l" w Jor i:n, Louilon,
1ii1.iri -7- - 11
.ujVailVl coioS'L.vIS!,.," a"";UdlBI"' yo will know whut the iileatiirei of
i.iMM,ilir.ty iducmtt.eiwtof that clmrae'
lUt Of WUfk trt SL aro lur rain
. 2:fn.m. !(.(! p.tn
2:20 p.m, tl;m p.m.
U. 1.1 p.m. Iliimp.ii.
Ttiroiig'i .V "., Mnn.
pluA nn.l ColmnliilA .'.n p in. I. m p m.
O.'ii.i l.ncr route, (tAuvpi
Mnn inj) ft;(lp.m. r.onp.tr.
lion Moiiiitnin It It fo".o.in. II.Kip.m.
MIk. K Mr route, Hum ii)
mi,! rrhtnj fl.imp.ni. 7:"" p.m.
Thol.ru, (5ooc Ixlnlnl A ''nil
IV. III., Th.iri.ilii) A mi-
,,v j . .. f:(l p.m. 7;(Hn in,
Mnjlli l.l, ll.it.a.lv.l f ntil
lotivc, l llidUHiii, l.mp.m.
lill lrl. Hiil'liA,
ilcnunl )l'cr Ti.'iOii in.
Cllluln)A g lli'.l H.lll.)
Mi in y (In I I iU'iiIiii lit f-:1 a.m. G ml
HfRlter " " " " 8:00 a.m. t '"J p.m.
Money Older ami Heclit'er ilepnrimint" noi
open on blimliiya.
Citnn V-ommamh-hk, No II. Slnle.1 AaemMy
at tl.e A'jliiin Maminii I'nll, flml anil thiril Nu
urilav llifAOh Innntli.
CAlHotiiiMii, No. 21, Hi-gular Cnnvoenlionnt
Mii'onic llall.tlieaecoiiil Frlilay Ineaeli month.
Caiiio CiiAi'iiu, No. 71 UigulnrJ Convocation
at Masonic Hall, on the thinl Tueailay of cw ry
Caiuo Iiinit, No.lB7 l A.. M ltegular Com.
municalioni t Maxinle. Hall, the tcconil anil
fotirlh MoinlnjN ol each month.
Jirt.TA IiMr, Ho.tM P. A. M. Itrgiilar Com
miiiile.illon ill Maaonld 1111 llrl nf Ihrd
Tliurnlaya in each month.
lliuMim tiKir, 221, Meeta In OJil Frllovr'i
IIaII, In Artrr's IluilJIng, cory ThuraJay enr
inn, at So'clojk.
PiiIiINIimI over j innriilit. Mo ml a 3- vx
Tlioro wns no ordinnnco sinnlior
.Inn. (J. Ilnrman nrrived nt homo jub-
tcnlny from Springfield.
TI10 .S'mji lina wurniA. "Wo respect
fully jirescribo Knnr.stick' veiinifiigo.
Sliori.T Irvin's tux-.nle will cotiiincnco
to-morrow niornint; at 10 o'clock, tit tho
court - hotuc.
Snflbrd is till riirlit on I'io doimrtitrc,
and AV. P. Halllday lias it under prayer
Tho peoplo of the tillaiio of Jlotmd
City nro going to liavo a foiu.h of .luly,
and tlioy don't caro who knows it.
Fred. Itoso purchim 1 thr "soutlicr.i
meat market" homo and lot from lion
"Whitaker, paying 1,400 cash.
Tho cupola of tho pn ihytei inn church
"eettli 1" down upon tho organ yesterday,
and threatened to topple pnd full but
Wo call especial attention to tho a !
vcttlsemcnt of Mr. Iltilley. Ho Is agent
for tho ealo of tho best cooking stovo in
Yesterday tho lower part of tho city
enjoyed u refreshing fliouur, and tho up
per part of tho city wbs provoked by a few
drop of rain.
Charley Ncnnitiger, tho 31ound City
brewer, died in thut oily yi .terday morn
ing. Mr. Nonninger had many i 'quaint-
ntico in Cairo.
un rriitay lust .ino. jicruUy pur-
chued from C. Wii 'ton J'io McDom-'d
proporty tn Washiniou avotiue, near tho
corner ol Tenth
Tho Delt-is will play tho return ginic
with tho IV tlitiei nt Mound City this
week. They will play with tlio Tl itiibl- 3
of lVliicith next weel'.
.Mr. Thornton r juo.tt tis to miy that
the orjihan asylum is '-i need of fund t, and
that the gentlemen imnagcrs should loso
no time in cumin.; down with their dues.
The hoard of directors of tho Hough
i"ul Kendy llro company organize 1 li it
nlhl by nppoiiitiiig AV. W. Thornton,
elian until, una A. .iu hi tretary. mils
ngaiiifl the eoinpiu.y iniist ho put into the
hand of Mr. Thorton before next Satur
Meals. Tho iirnut'li ineuUliup of James
Kynatton, loeated on Commercial avenue,
ne.M door to tho gioeery iitoru of .Inmes
Carroll, is now in full bla't, and tin pop
ular butcher ii. supplying all the rellned
meat eaters (if that poitioti of tho Fourth
AVard with rjili'iiilnl inent. If you have
not tried him gi"o him a call. tf
Tho Mound City Juurnal sjicaking of
the Ciilroien who ueie in at'.endanco at
the catholio festival at Stoko'ii hall in that
Ity on htft Aidriefday night, says:
"Among tho pri.en', wo noticed Mhs
Wheeler, lifter i,fS. 1'. Wheeler, Esq,, and
he wa proiioii tit-i ll I he inot elegantly
drenieil lady in the ronin."
The Journul and I'.itrlut, of Mound
City, aro lighting about tho county lint of
delinquent tnic. Of courMi the Journal
ahutihl receive thu lUt. It is a paper that
relleeli credit iiion l'lihtskl county, and
that count cii'inot support two papers.
The new one, as a matter of course, Is
doomed to a short life, and tho .oh. iiul
should not be robbed to keep It nlivo for a
fuw months only.
The tottbles In Paris have at last sub-
idil, and Win. Ehlers has received it
lar-jo invoice of ".lodnL" and "Morciar''
V'riiii-h culf skins two of tho host brands
nmiJe, ,,i,ich ho is ready and willing to
mHuurm.tu.ro Into boots and shoos, for any
mill ull penoiu who aro willing to pay tho
iilio.lcHh piice,. His shun is on 20th
'licet, 'oppiuito the oourt houe'j hotel.
Thu Imrber khonof (inn Ilime. on Suv-
with trii-t, between Cominorelal aventio
l Jlilii levee, Iiiih beiomo a place of
"n'U'tirre.url, vUlL.(l by u ,lursoll8 w;n,
Miow liuw t i,p)rociiito u close and do-
nhuvo, (lus Is i, muster In his nro-
"-""on, mid employs only the most hkUI
oioi worhmeii. Ills razors are ulw.n In
"""r, HIS towels IllUllliiAily tluiiu M I ,i
... . - . . .
"op me neatest ami most iiimrorlubh, in
Olvo (lus a call, and extierlenee
his kl.mrui m
I 11ur iJHiirii
..-'MW AW. bainer she,, U grow-
I m"1 I'UhUe favor every day. It la neatly
I 4t . . . " .. ' .
1 -VkW,J ri wihi cm
full workinon In tho city. Tho pripr'otor
Iinalind mnnv ycais' experience jn ,, buf
Iiims and l recognlzeil n ono ol tho most
export s'm vers In Southern I Ii lw, wliilo
voting Alba la n mnslrr Hi i-t p-; -inn
Citizens and strangef who wWl a uit.'
less shave, n lnxtirlinn elmmpiioing, or
their hnlr cut in tho latet stvl't should
patronize Alba. His sliiqi is on Wa'hing
ton avenue next door to Haiitioiis news
The .Vim charges that in .mi n
marks upon ordinance 11 1, we intimated
soinetliili discreditable to M r. Pope, the
city attorno,-. Wadld no stieh thing. W
s.tid, nnd now repent, that the ordinuiice
give too much power to the city attorney
and Is an invitation to cornii 1 In
Mr. Popo's handt tho power coiilhledtothe
city attorney may not bo al.ned, and he
U as unlikely ns nny man to avail him
self of the opportunity ihoo'dinatit'o gives
him to make money, but, novel theloi", we
believo tho ordinance should not have
been adopted. Mr. Pope will havo sue
ccssors who may not be as cruptilouns ho
is, and wo assort Hint a partial or prejil
diced or corrupt city attorney is supplied
by this ordinanco witli the mentiN of shame
fully abusing tho public commence.
UOUGH AND UEAUY FIUK COMMNV.
tik riwronr.n rnuurit or jvi.v vtcsic
TIIK rl.Al'E TIIK rilOflBAMME NAMES
OF TIIK COMMITTEEMEN, ETC.
Tho Hough and lloady flro company nro
making cxtcnslvo nrraiigctncnls lo cole
brato the Fourth of July in an nppropri
nto manner. Thoy have determined to
havo a grand picnic on tlio Kentucky
shoro opposlto Uallghcr's mill, and to in
v'.li tho public to participate in tho festiv
ities. Thcro will not bo much oratorical
patriotism indulged In, but thcro will bo
nny quantity of fun nnd hilarity. All
tho'cdibles of tho season will bo pron'red,
so that tho hungry may cat ; those who
aro dry will bo supplied with tho where
withal to quench their thirst, nnd n string
band will supply music for those who are
inclined to trip tho 1'aht tnntaetio too.
Tho neat little steamer, Odd-Fellow, has
been hired to convoy citizens to pnd T-om
tho picnic grounds nnd will commence
running at 8 o'clock n.m., nnd mako n trip
every hour during tho day. The boat will
bo handsomely decorated, and tho hoilor
deck be covered with canvns for tho ac
commodalioii and ( unfoi. of Indie and
Tickets, M cents; ladies and children
A. .or the pic-nic, commencing ut 9
o'clock p.m, thcro will bo n grand ball in
dulged in at School's hall, and a munifi
cent display of llro works bo mndo.
Tho celebration will bo conducted under
tho direction of tho following commlttcis :
On Arranoamnts Joseph Mrndo A.
Marx, F. "Whit' imp, F. Slraul? and II.
On lloai - 3nm Walter.' Peter Eh,
Christ. Orth, M. Sllverborg, Jo. X . Vir-
run, Joseph 11. Taylor, J. H. MetcaK "W
On liar James Swnyno nnd llcrmi"i
Meyor, enhiors; Joseph Mendel ISibcrt
Unhitch, F. Swol ;d P. Z'mnic-inan, F.
"Wittcnmp, Fred. Strr.ut-.
Ice C'rntn .S7m--A. Mu'X fid II. Illx
by, cashiers ; P.. Hel neker, Nib' Swuyne,
F. Deck", II. 11 "! -:ar, F. Aloy.
Floor Managers John Kochlcr
Tin: p.vKii-m.oitious fouktii rntA.vn pic
nic AT FI.OItA OAltllKN.
Tlio Hibernian tiro compuny, second to
no compuny in the city in eillcioncy, hnvo
icsolvtd to celebrato tho ccming Fourth
by a picnic at Flora Garden, and appeal
to the citizens for thut patronage to which
their labors for tho public good has en
titled them. They havo procured tho ser
vices of tho silver cornet band, and will
open the festivities by marching, headed
by the bimd, through tho piincipal streets
of tho city. Arriving at tho garden tho
declaration of Independence will be read by
M. I). Iliirrelland an oration delivered by a
gentleman whose namo will horcuftcr bo
announced. Tables will bo spread for tho
hungry, mild drinks furnUhed to those who
nro dry, and an opportunity to danco glvtn
to tlio-io who allecl that amui-cmcnt. No
improper characters will bo admitted and
tho best of order ho preserved. Thoo who
attend this picnic will enjoy n pleasant
day, and bo in no danger by either field
or fionl. Ticket', 50 cents.
Tho comto'tt' of arrangements is com-
poied of 'ho following gentlemen: Wil
liam McIIale .lu'iies Kennedy, James ,
English n tul John M. llogan.
THE I.ATK PKOF. llS-fll.lill S FUNEIIAI. -
KKItVICKI TO-llAY 1IY MBV. Mlt. FOOT AT
Funeral services over the remuins of the
lato Prot. Englili will bo conduo ' 1' by
the Hev. Mr. Footu this evening, at &
o'clock, at tho mothod'st church , All aro
invited to attend. It is particularly de
sired, that as many of tho pupils of tho
publiciichoolsascaliw.il attend thu ser
vices at tho church, and at the close form
in procession and follow the remain
olthor to tlio cars or to tho residence of
Tho houso heretofore occupied by Put
rick Fitzgerald, 011 Ohio I.eveo between
Fourth and Sixth directs. This house, if
not tlio best business house is certainly
ouoof tho best stands in Cairo. It fronts
tlio principal stoaiubonl landing and is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also tho second floor of tho samo building
suitably arranged forolllees. Apply next
door ut llobort Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocery stores tf
St. Nichoi.ah. Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations at tlio Ht. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
The houso is at tiio corner of Ohio
levee nnd Eighth street, a emit nil locution,
anil is propriotorcd by llanv Walker,
who. is alive to tlio wants of lit Jpi Irons.
Parties desiring hoarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho ollieo.
rieiiLKhrtlNiiKli Is doing a driving btul-
ncs In lilt picture irnllurv. Mo ruvur
fulls In hi work, eonacquuiiUy tuivur lose
customer. Ills rooms urn always
crowdu.l with udmirlng visitor.
TDE CiMRO I 7jLY BULLETIN SUNDAY, JUNE 23 1871.
AN EFI Oi.rTO 1IUII.II A LHUP.OH I'llEI.IM-I.VAIIYhTKPS-llKIEnMIVTlo.V,
ANll FAITH Wlt.l, AlV .Ml',, III THE
The Inipllsl iilemnt of CVl.-o, wh'oh In
n itunoM iiuirs n very resp ttblo prorir-
tloti to tho rent of ttu community, hnvo
b eiitno iirmiso I to t'iu groat ncccsilty of
building up a church cdlflco, to bo di II
cated to the use of their own worship nnd
belief. There Is, probnby, no town of tho
izv and wealth of Cairo, in which tho
eroiviiii' and tiroiperoiH denomination of
hiiti.t h i' not an orgnnlzod society nnd
l.oi-e of worship. Feeling tho nb-
soiiie of a church and organization ns a
deprivation which time and circumstances
no longer tender a neeclly, the baptists
of thi city, augmented in number by somo
of the most able and influential
of tlio late in cessions to tho bust
ii(.i and iminuf'icluring interests
of our city, havo dote, iilned that Cairo
shall not much longer bo muiitluii'd ns tho
city without a baptist church. To this
end a loeiety has been formed and Is
now u rcgp'urly organized baptist church,
named and to bo known horcaftor ns tho
South Stau Haptist Chukch of Cairo,
Col. S. S. Taylor, with characteristic
kindness, has announced his Intention of
lonatlng tho lots on wh'ch tho church
building is lo bo erected. Other citizens
hnvo been prompt rnd liberal in their
otfer of funds to bo applied to tho pur
chase of mntctial. Holpis expected nnd
hi i been promise! f-om other places
n thousand dollars, wo boliovo from Chi
cago, and flvo hundred from a gentleman
in Springfiold, a former resident of Cairo.
The matter has boon taken hold of in good
eai.iosi nnd from pn -cut Indications thoro
lllllo doubt but that it will bo carried to a
suc:css.'ul completion. Tho ladies Idcnti-
bed with the church, have shown them
selves faithful workers in 'ho 'good cuuso,
nnd arc doing nil they r n to push forwurd
the enterprise. For tl is purpose, the. or
iginal 1 tho festival to which wo havo
called attention. Tho matter wns entered
into with a singlo purpose that of ra'sing
funds t assist In building a church, nnd
tlio proceeds of tho festival will be at onco
applied to.thejiurchaso of matetial. The
ladies soliciting for tho creature comforts
of tlio tc tival havo been met with kind
words and encouragement nnd ho most
liberal donation Hid aro contldent of suc
cess. Wo bespeak for the'T tho public ap
proval of our cltl"-"i, rlways rcr ly when
tho material pnd mora', pros
perity of Cairo ! concerned.
Tho pit ;o of holding tba fos'lvr' In the
Emm i ii Co.'s hub factory, than) to tho
kindness of Mr. Jcmcs Johnson, will be
plcascntundcssy of fi'Ci -s. All who go
may bo sure of a pleasant evening, und un
derlying this, tho objt :t of tho festival
ought to ensuro n prompt attendance from
every ono. Tho number of churches in n
city cm gcnorally bo token ni it very f'r
exponent of its matorial gros .h and pros
perity. Believing this to bo true, wo feel
like t "Tiding our hot .1 ten iurgr-
mcnt to ho dcslroof too deiomi'i&tlon of
baptist! to but CI a enure1' r ,lio forth
coming, -nival is onco! tno pro minary
stops to I ho enc, wo hope it may I 3 abend
antly successful in every rf 'pi j
A FINE LOT OF 110UaKIIOI.il AMI KITCHEN
FUUN1TUIIE AT MIIS. WAltWICK'a RES
IDENCE. I will oiler for sale, on Thursday, Juno
29, at hnlf-pnst 9 o'clock n.m., nt the roii
denco of Mrs. I. M. "Warwick, on tho cor
ner of Twelfth street and Commercial av
enue, a largo assortment of parlor, bed
room and kitchen furniture, consisting of
sofas, chairs, mirrors, carpets, bedsteads,
mattresses, pillows, Etovcs, cooking utcn
sib, bureaus, knives, forks, etc. Salo po
itivo nnd without reserve.
D. Hartman, Auctioneer.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
Mrs. J. Cummings desires to inform tho
ladies tliuf slio is about to disposo of her
spring and kumtnor stoek of goods nt cost.
Her stock comprises 11 very flno selection
of hats, bonnets, flowers, ribbons, etc., ull
of which were chosen with great care. All
tho ladios who want reasonable, tasteful
and cheap goods should not fall to patron,
izo Mis. Cummings, us sho intends to put
all hor goods at tho very lowest cash
price, in order to disposo of them ns quick
ly as possible. Great bargains can bo
mndo fur the noxt few days.
ATTENTION, SIR KNIGHTS !
Tho funeral of tho lato Sir Knight Chns.
Ninninger, a member of this Comman
do ry, will tuko plueo at Mound City, on
this day (Sunday) Juno 25th, 1871, A. O.
y.l 011 aro therefore notified to ap
pear at tlio Asylum in tint city of Cairo
fully equipped, at ono o'clock, p.m., and
from tlicuco enibaik upon tho steam tug
"Cuehe" for Mound City and thcro per
form tho buriul service peculiar to on- or
der. Jam. S. Kfuidkn, llecordcr.
ItKLiAiu.E and Safe. Dr. Henry's
Knot and Plant Pills aro mild and plcaso
nut in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping, llelng en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diot or businoss, Thoy
arouse tho liver and secretive organs into
healthy -telion, throwing oil' disease with
out oxhausting or debilitating tho system.
Try them and you will bo satisfied-
Price 'J5 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medicine ov irywhoro.
Prepared by the GraCton Medicine Co., St
Louis, Mo. inyDdm
Tiiuth I powerful and must provnll,"
and It is true that thcro is not ,1 bettor
boot ami shoemaker in Culio than Phillip
llamjh. Ono trial is sufficient to satisfy
any ono of tiio fact, that for durability,
stylo and fitness, his work cannot bo ex
celled. Ho can bo found at ull times nt
his shop, on Eighth street near Ohio
I.ovei, and notconflnlng hlmsolf to nny
peculiar stylo or fashion, can gunrnntco
to his friends and customers full mid com
plete ntlsfuction. .o-i!0-tf
Fou .talk. Tho storc-houso 011 tho cor
ner of Tenth nnd Walnut strocts, nnd nlso
the sti k-V of groceries therein, tiro olfored
for sale together or doparatoly. Also, a
good baggy and harness will bo sold on
pilvatu tonus. Apply for particulars on
tho promtboa. , I1KN. V, KUIIOLB.
A NEW CITY HALL,
A WANT LONCl ,FKLT I IH KltFCTION PH0
TO.SED 11Y THE CAIItO TUKNEIl HOCIKTY.
Tlioro Is not, probably, within tho boun
daries of this country, another t'Ly of tho
izo nnu nspirations of our own, which
dooi notpossoss n city hall, answering thn
rl l It1 A hilph.ti... A ...t a I.
D...u ,M,i jiusi-a. jviiu inert! is no' wo
mako bold to assert, a citizen who has not,
ni somo time, roll, in Ills own epp, thu
wont of pkco conirally lo-a
tod, In which to hold pun
Iio mooting, fnlr.', fostlvu', public exn . -
nations, or in fact, my character of nn
talnmont or oxhlbltlon Hkoly lo draw u
largo concourie of poople. It U only u
fow days since an examination was held
In tho largest room of tho Thirteenth street
school'bullding, from which a very lurge
number were oxcludcd, bacauso ovon
standing room could not bo afforded them.
Wo have, of courio, tho Athonojum and
tho courth.uso; but tho Athomeum falis
to draw tho tip-town poople, whili
tho down-town peoplo, prompted by tho
samo motive "too far" will not go to
proposo to supply this want. Thoy havo
already purohairl from Mrs, llolbrook
tho two lots on tho norther I corner of
Tenth and Poplarstrccts. Upon this thoy
proposo to oroct a brick building, threo
stories abovo grado. Tho tl-st story will
bo divided into storerooms und a hall de
signed exclusively for tho exercises und
meetings of tho tumors. Tho oth
or two stories will bo dovotod to
a public hall, fifty feet wido by eighty foot
deep, within tho walls; whilo from ceiling
to floor will bo tho height of two ordinary
stories. This, it ii inserted by thoio
skilled In such matters, will comfortably
scat from seven handri to ono thousand
parsons, and will bo omplo to moot tho de
mands of Cairo, in this rcspoct, for years
to come. Tho estimated cost of such n
structure, excluding tho prlco of the lot,
is from eight to ten thousi-nd dollars. Tl
turners stnnd ready to put tn tho building
two thousand dollars at lent. And, as
tttno is essential in tho matter, thoy proposo
to erect it at onco, if our citizens will man
ifest that interest in tho undertaking which
it unquestionably merits. It hf been
suggested that certificates of stock of de
nominations of fifty rnd ono hundred dol
lars bo issued to tho oxtcnt of, say flvo or
six thousand dollo-i, rnd that tho cltizons
f ubscribo to theso corf flcote 'he turners
reserving tho right to call In nnd f':o up
suclutock whonoverthoy d.jm it practica
ble. In this way it is thought tho buMding
can bo completed within a shot . t'ina, and
Cairo have, what it bi so long stood in
need of o comtnclious public ha", con
trary located. Tho dotp'ls of tho work,
will, in duo sf-'on bo laid before our
Giieat Excitement. Tho city has
been agitated during the past week on tho
subject of tho excellent St. Louis Doer,
Weiss licer, Ithino Wine, and splendid
cigars for tale nt Ch trloy Schoncmcycr's
saloon. His Welts Hoer ts becoming a
popular drink his Ithino "Wino is tho
best in the city, his St. Louis Deer
always ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho corncr-of Tenth street nnd
Washington avenuo, where all lovers of
good tilings to drink should cap
The Fenton Conx Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth street, is now in chnrgo of
Mr. M. D. Guntcr, who having purchased
nnd thoroughly refitted it, invites tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tho very best nrtlcloof corn meal.
Orders left at tho mill or sent through tho
postofDco will receive prompt attention.
A Cunt Guaranteed. Kress' Fcvor
Tonic is universally recognized ns tlio best
medicine extant for tlio curso of fovors.
It is for bale by P. G. Schuh, druggist,
two doors south of tho postofllec, nnd ho
guarantees ull who buy from him that it
will euro chills nnd fevers. If it docs not
euro Mr. Schuh agree to return tho
money. Can anything bo fairer than
this ? mav24tf
Fiiuit Fou Sale. Tho undersigned of
fers for enlo, in tho orchnrd, In Pulaski
county, nine miles from Cairo, a largo
amount of choico fruit, consisting of
peaches, pears, apples, quinces, etc. This
fruit can bo bought nt a great bargain, if
applied for soon. Enqiiiro of
1, . HAWKINS),
juu21dUw U. S. Custom Uouso,Culro.
Fou Sale. A good buggy will be sold
cheap for cash ; may bo tiiod for 0110 or
two borso. Any person desiring to pur-
chuso will find it to their interest to call
on tho subscriber, nt thu corner of Tenth
und Wulnut streets. W)i. liKiutr.
Twenty-Five Cknth. This amount
will buy a bottle, of Mrs. "Whttcomb'u Syr
up, tlio great soothing remedy for all dis
eases incidont to infants and children.
Aveiit the Kvil. If mothers would
glvo Mrs. "Whitcomb's Syrup to their chil
dren when sick, mortality would bo less
among them. It only costs 2A cents.
Hamilton'h Ilucbu and Dandelion as
good nn nrtlclo ns Hclmbold's lluchu and
fur lean money, for salo at P. G. Schuh's
drug store. my21tf
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANSIII
Flvo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FKUIT
CANS AT THE NKW-YOIIK BTOKF, lit $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholesale and retail
stock in the city.
Gukkly k Partee.
Kin Di.i no. CoO "glass boxes " for salo
nt 5 cents each. "W. AV. Thornton.
Seventy-five to two hundred dollnraper month
-ei vhIhtc. malo anil female, to introdnco the
tieniiino Improved Common Heimo Family Hewing
Machine. This nmclilr.o will stitch, hem, fell,
hick, innn, uraiu, corn, (pun aim einnroiuer in n
most superior inunnor. Price only Its. Fully
Mummied lur live, veara. We will .ay 11,000 for
any machine Unit will new a stronger, mora beau-
iiiiu or moro eianuo aeam man onri. it inuaua iuu
"Klaaiio Lockstitch." Every second stitch can
ho cut, und Ntlll the cloth cannot ho polled apart
wwioiii tearing II. WO pay ageuis lio lo iiui per
month and expenaca, oruuommlislon from which
twice that amount can Imi in a Jo, Forclrculara
auil terms, apply lo or mldrena,
U. IIOWKRS CO.,
S:iUBprucoBlret, Philadelphia, I'a.
Caution. I)o not b Impoaed upon byotlier
pai Ilea palmiug ott w orthle.a east Iron machines
liiidar the aamo name or otherwise. Ours U thu
only genuine anA really practical cheap machine
A. II A L Ii n y,
DEALER JN STOVES,
Tiii -.nl lliillow Ware. t.l. the, Wrmiter. Toilet
...... , ..u.v, , ,, .Tuoti-oi, Air iiatp,
mini rim run or
TIN, .INC. COPPER AND SHEET
I HI J.N WAliK,
No. 1G0 Wasliington-uvcnuo
Tlloolinir (lutleruii-. t i,I all n.i. ..fn.i
" - --'.". nil'.IMn. IllillU... lOltlilll
I'HACT I OA L W ATI' 1 1 M A K K W.
NO. l&O WASIli-NGTON AVENUE,
Una on hand
A KINK STOCK OF WATCH KS,
CLOCKS, JKWELKY, ITrC.
l'.irllculir attciitlun given to
KKPAIKINO FINE WATCHES.
Tho Urgent atoek of
GOLD AND SlliVKIt WATCH BS
II Tll PITT.
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HA8 HEMOVKD FIIOM PEIIRY HOUSE
lilt I OK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
OPPOSITE WINTER'S III.OCK,
ITB ha. greatly improved his Mock, and ha
now on n.iiiuuii Kinii. ui
PENDENT!, HALL l.KIHTH,
OLOIII-1, SHADE, ETC.
HE HAS lAKKKD DOWN PRICES
To the lowest living figure, and he Invite, tho
p.itroiugo 01 till! public.
a 4 C
O ' ' 1
" - -A
TIIK I'KOl'LH'S MEAT MARKET
CHAN. JAVr.lt A CO.,
KEKI' count tut I y on hand the Irf-nt of lieef,
nork. in li 1 1 1 1 ii . veal, luinh. nnunauii. ninl.HiiL'.
etc. Frenh ululo juni ill any ipinutit) , eorned
bcci, etc., aiM-aya on lunu.
Orilcra tiromntlv lllle.l. nnd n.-iti-ficlion nrran-
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Hiilrlier mul Healer In all KIhiIh l'rpth
C-UI-.III .Sivitii-.mii ami I'oriAK HTiiriT,
BHVd and fl.niKlili'ii only thn very leit entile,
hot nud Hlu ep, and I. prepared lo till any
demand for frenh meiti from onu pound to tea
Ihoiiaand poiiiid'. .Iee20tf
UET1IESDA MINERAL Sl'RINCJ
OP WAUKESHA WISCONSIN.
Tula water Is the acknowledged cure of tho In
tractable nnd Incurable Uncase known as llright'ii
disease and diabetes,
llrhtht's disease is fatal to tho kidney, tho body
wastes away, destroys life by starvation of the
blood. . ,
UmDctea commences with froouent desires to
pass water, Kreat Hi ret, constipation, loss of
strciiKth and flesh, . , ,
Astonishing cures of-dropay have been cllecwiJ,
brlck-diistdepoBlt.lutlainallon of tho neck of tho
bladder, alkali, and Kouty swoIIiuks.,, I'l'r
liver It ia iinsurpassciT. jt will allay nil tnHama
tion o I tho kidney and urinary organs In twemy
four hours, wiving Immediate relftf l also, a '"
!Sv m hvuaTcaicno matter ol how Iook aland-
allrnenT rit KMWrteYowWlMcWm.
fl. "Y. Sir-.i V..r ii.od. Th a water has the aamo
Koodelloctnt tho femoteat part of the country,
trial H hai at the Hprin. t It never loses a parti
ial of Its i medicinal qua) tloa by packase or frans-
iiortaiion. Airct-uoua .v.
u.,.i. itin.li-Asiha. Win.
i tt ifAM.!sinlA.bv.. WalHhintrtnn. 11. fl.
n v,Lid..i u liiinhkr. (liMiflr&l Mnnnirnr
AHruiq WiiMmsi niii
a...rZ.... ...Iai I miW JMa-liJtlrt
" ' TLTiuIiji
I. I I I.l. I l.l.T
AT IIAU!I.Y' lllltll MIOItK
l urioi .11 1 n.i Iimi.i
MOUKIN(! Illlill FOOD
am. arAi.v i r ,.i,n, , ,,., ,
J i: 1. M II o I, ng
GRAPE f catawiia ) 7 f fiitAi i: i PILLS
fill LIP 1 ,,A1AW,,A ? VI ",,A,,K a
GKA Ph I CATAWIIA ) ' Ioiiapk PILLS
M" ill. or
II i: 1. M 11 41 I, l N M II 11 I 4I N ,.H
FflEHII FROM FIltST HAND.M,
Alu.iv. In .1..1. I.. In.... ...... . . - . .
11 n re lay llro.
PEE8H BXiTJ-E XiICK
J If IT RECEIVED
I'or Nnlr by Hie ;iima, Hot tie or Gallon
AT 11 A KOLA YS'.
K.vtra Fine Cologne;
5rGKNUINE lMPfjRTEft EXTRACTS J
ril a lit, Tooth and Nail 1!iiuhk;
OoylNDIA ltUIIllER NURHEIIY GOODS ;
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Iti-t i;rn.le. in larKO stock and va
rlely, very cheap,
Full Link of Coi.oks,
I'M AXh IN OIL ,
I'.unt llriinhc'A, Llnv-e I O.I,
Whitewash llrtmhea, TuriiitiiiP,
Vara i-lie, Kte. lie ,
ALL KIM. AM) ATAMACtl Ul ALItlM
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' Ft.'RNISIIINO GOODS,
4'oiiiinerrliil .Wriiiir, oppoltc Klliolt
mill liny lliorn'm
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Heady-Made.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies'
Hats and lionnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGEE,
K III 1 IT 1 1 hTIIEET, IIETWEEN WASHINOTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
lln just teceued a full and Silndld line- of
GUI1TKK LACES, 1
SILK AND VELVET I1UTTON3,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND HON NETS,
FINE KID GLOVES, f'
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
A i, .In full and complete mock of
Millinery nnd Fancy Goods,
All of which i ho, ptopocs to sell at
TIIK VERY LOWEST CASH TRICES.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. R.
On nnd lifter Monday, April 21th, 1871, traliiall
run us lonona i
TRA1SS 001X0 SOL-TUIAST,
.lll:W ii 4:20
,.11:10 in 6:17
Arrive i "
..3:55 0. in.
Leave l'ana -4:iJ o.m
Arrive at o'riu'"y:iS
I.eavo .Il.lllK,;!, ., .Ti
Aiv..n Vlritlnlo :25 "
TaAixa aoiNa sovtiiiast.
Leavo KdaOH-ood C:30n.m 10:10 n.tn,
.. i.-i... a.'u 11,40
Arrtvo at tshawneotown3:o:ip m C:1S p.m
THAin. uuinu i.ui im ...I.
Leave Shawneetown 6:41 n.ti 8.20p.m
. .. i..i....nn,l A.f.fl .1 . B-'itl II
Arrive I" r'UK""""".""" , -, "v ,
. . . ... fr.m T...limu-nml. run. nn 0
Mondays. wWnesdayBnnd Fridays, and 6:4Sa.in,
train from Bhuwneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Haturdaya.
Connects at ASIIianu Willi Jaennuuvino uivisiuii
of Chicago and Alton lUllroad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, nnd all nolnts west.
At BurlnKfleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Wealorn Railroad, for
llloomlnston, Chicago, unu an p'linia iioriu,iioriii.
wc.' "PA !,".!: .... .i U1 !.!.. n.i iiiimi.
(Vnlra Itn lrcuil lor nil iioiuia L-iui, suuili uiei
Ai rana vrim ,n.. ... .
gouthcast, , ,.,.., ,..,.
At Kdgewooil Willi biucaKu A'lvi.iuii milium ;
Central tullroad. ..... ...
At Flora, With unto anu Miuiepi lumruau,
AtUhawnoetown. With atoamboals for Cincin
uatl, PaJucali, Cairo and Bt. Mills. .
UUI.ACie nail in, ueninup'l.,
Joint FooaiTT.Oen'IFi'at and HckelAg'i.