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CAIRO'S HAILHOAI) CONNKCTIONS
TIMETAIILK Of THE ILLINOIS CT.NTltAI. I
On and aflerflunday, May Hth, 171, Hi follow
ing llmc-tablawlll govern the arrival ami tiejwn
ur of paisenxer train at Cairo i
Dlnart Malt iMiln .lAlU 11.44 I'."'
a Tvt nmiji
Express, dad,, ere.t HanrfV f' I' '"'
AlttioilRh II o n-KUlr HI. L " , '
Klh trains out ..t Cairo will ' '""'V,'. '
f..r St. Ix.nl,, which will t- 'hl""g '
DuiU,n by the trains o., the IW lerflle road,
lieand c osc connection .III I m? ' "
rp.nln, and there ..II e1b"''. l
i,hoog,. t-o... Th..r.l?:
l'-H ti m. wl'l hni lnrm," " 1 , ,,
!" hc attention of shippers ' riHy
, ,,h d o .he bei h. Fn.ll Eiprcj. train will
l.ar.C.fro dIIr,Slur.l"J expected, nl will
in ,. ,1H run from 'I'1' "' 10 Chicago In twenty
ho hour.. JA3. JOHNSON, Agent.
yi'ICKEST KOUTEFROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Sr. Louie, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
P.itiger trains arrive nt and leave Cairo ni fol
low) mwl. rtritrn.
AMtc 3i.Hi a in 3iH0 p.m,
IrrT 1 lil.l ii.m '
lluth Irnlns conned ! LViitrafIa wilh train on tno
f'nni, Decatur, Hlonmlnirtcn, El Pnso, La Halle,
Mnndota, Freeport, C.nleni, Dublio,uo, and
nil points In Illinois, Mistourl,
Minnesota, Wisconsin ami
Iowa. And with
Lines running Knt ami West for
St. Louis, HprtnRficU, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Imtjianapolls, Ikdutnbus.
Anil al Chd'an wilh Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, anil Pittsburg. Fort Wa)ne
nnil Chicago Railroad lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Alhany, Huston, 1'hlladeiphla,
NlaRra rn1l, Krle, llntlaln,
New York, I'lttsbtire;, Unit i more,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through ticket nnd Information, ni i ly to
Illinois Central HallroaU Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
Ceneral Passenircr Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
MOUND CITY AND OAIKO.
THE STEA1M TUG, CACHE
Capt. AVilliam 11. Sa.ndu.ikv.
VOim TRIPS EVERY DAY
C j-lSTlD CITY
MOT (ir riiillTH STHFKT.
At 7 A.M.
At... 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 P.M.
Li:avk Md. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At i!.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
"WILL LAND. "WHEN HAILED,
JlOX FACTORY, HAWK'S LANTIINO, KY.
MOUTH OV CAC1IK, MAUINK WAYS,
AND NAVY YATID.
m JTJi. T'' benutiful nnd llfht-drniigrii
JAMES 1'ISK, JR.,
Doner.v f-nrnLrv, Matcr,
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
AT ll't'MH'K, l'.. i
LEAVES PADUCAH DAILY,
AT 9 ll'flWIi, A.M.
tNTHavinff Miperlor aceoiiimodatioiiH he so
ilclta public patronage.
Partloul.ir attention la paid to eol ection of
invoice cnares, nui ine roai win not iki renpon
litis for Hie tame until collected.
WINEN AND fclUCOltw.
WM. II. SCII UTTER,
Imporlrr nml M'IiiiIcmiIi' llcnli-i' In
TOBACCO fis CIGAES.
Audit for the tK'xt lirnudii of
CREAM AND STOCK ALU,
lniort-l Alt' or Dllli'ri'iil lilmls.
75 Ohio Lkvek,
II CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
J' 31. STOCK FLU Til,
H'rt uiu imuij i il.r.n ITU
lift-Ill) -r nml Wholcmilc Ilinlrr
I'tirclKii nml llnincMU'
LIQUORS, "SV IKES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk,
HraiNariiMi lliuk, CMUO, ILLINOIS.
aKkeeiM on hand couaiaritly a full itnek of
oi l Kentucky llourbou, llye ami JIdiioihtm
, Whl.kies, French llrandie.,, Hollaml Cm,
lUlae aud California Wlne. Jauanf
FIRST NATIONAL 13 A NX
I'AMEL IIUltD, , .
ItOHKlt r W. MILLKviu-.pi,,,.,,,.
COLLECTIONS PliO.M I'TLY MA DI
lalrrMt Allewed on Tlmn ItepohllH.
BINDING and rullo dona In a nrUclan mun
nr In tha Hnllclln bilidarr. '11,1. .!.,. .1
Ment la cotnpUik.v! now fully prtpird for all
kiad of rk lu bindlsf line.
oi. m '. eept
Irtm .Mountain K It
i.-ip.m. 11.00 p.m.
Miss. Hvefrollle, li
TlieU i . tiooe IjIiuiiI a rnum
r, UN., TliJMilny t I
MiyliilJ, Illnnilv.ro n.lil
loieln. r, Ky lLOOn.ni,
(lencral Delivery 7iSl n.in.
(Siimlaja Rtod a.m.)
oney Unlr ilepautinem.M... K.lt) a.m. fi.00
Ueglstcr " " " 8;i n,m. 6.() p.m.
Money Order nml ltefliter ilepnrtinciila not
open on Unmlny.
CAtnii'.RuMMAMiriiT. No. 13. Staled AnemUy
nt the AJ turn Maoni) Unll, flrd ami third H..
urdnva in each month.
Caiho Oilmen, No.l!!, Hrgular Convocnllonnt
5Inonlc Hall. the aecond Friday Incach month
Caiiio CiiAi'trn, No. 71. Hcnlar; Convocallon
at Masonic Hall, on the third Tuesday of every
Cairo 1inor, No. 2.17 K. A A. M llegular Com
munlcaltons'at Masonic Hall, tho second mid
fourth Mondays of each month.
DrtTA Lnixir, No. KM F. A. M. Itegnlnr Com-
mmilcalionii at Jrnnonlo Hall 3rst and third
Thursdays In each month.
Ai.rx.iMirti Ixjror, SJI. Meets In Odd Fellow's
Hull, In Arler'a UuilJIni?, every Thursdaj even.
ATTENTION, Silt KNIGHTS I
A Special Conclave of Cairo Commandery
XX No. 13, of Knights Templar will bo held nt
the Anjlum, In tho city ol Cairo, on Wednes
day evenlnc. July Mh, nt 8 o'clock, sharp. The
order of Knight Templar and K. of M. will be
Mourning Sir Knight, are courteously invited
to attend. JAM. S. HKAltDKN, Hecorder,
IMlltlMml every iiuiriilui;, MoihIiij-
Tiik senrcity ol rending mutter in this
issue ol Tiik IIi i.i.ktis is decollated for liy
Sunilti- and tho Uunl chnrnctcr of yester
day being tho day heforo tho Fourth nnd
election day. No jinpcr will bo issued
from this ofllco to-morrow.
"Willintn Alba's barber shop is grow
ing in public favor ovcry dny. It is neatly
IHtcd up, and can boast of tho most skill
full workmen in the city. The proprietor
hnslmil many years' oxporionco in bis bus
iness aiul U recognized ns one of tho most
expert shaver in Southern lllinom, whilu
young AUia is a master 111 his profession
Citizens and strangers who wish a pain
less shnvi', a luxurious chatnpooing, or
their hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronize Alba. 1IU shop is on Washing
ton uventto next dojr to Hannon' now
Tho barber shop of (Jus Himc, on'Sav
nlh drool, botwecn Conimorelal avonuo
and Ohio levee, hns becomo n placo of
popular resort, visited by all persons who
know how to nppreciato o close and do
liciout -have. Gus Is a master in his pro
lession, and employs only tho most skill
ful of workmen. His razors aro always in
order, his towols faultlessly clean and his
shop tho neatest and most comforUibln in
the citv. Give Gus a cull, and oxporionco
his skillful manipulations of your beard
and you will know what tho pleasures of
a ilrst-clnsj shavo arc.
Tho toubles in PnrU havo nt hist sub
sided, nnd Win. Ehlurs has received a
largo invoico of ".lodat" and "Mcrciar'1
French calf skins two of tho best brands
made, which ho is ready and willing to
manufacturo Into boots and shoes, for nny
and all persons who aro willing to 11y tho
highest cash prices. UU shop Is on UOth
street, oppositu tho ixiurt houso holol.
From Juno Ut to lioth, Inclusive,
S.l.iaO.U'i, of tcrlp wero collected by tho
treasurer. During tho vimo period
ilCil.H'.i, in coupons wcro cancellci
Thesp wi;ro al) di-Uroyvd by burning, in
tl.o presence ui lie linanco cotiimlttoo.
Tins is tho season of tho year when tho
system should bo tln'iojghly purg d of
tlio humors which creulo dicau. Tl, ro is
no purgative or cathartic co mild and
oilicaeioiH as Uki.miiolDV Guapk Pii.i.s,
causing neither nausea or griping pains
as is tho caso with thooidinary cheap pat
ent pills of tho day most of whloh aro
oojupoicd of calomul r morcury, and
carulessly prepared by Inexperienced pur-
sons. After thoroughly purging tho sys
tem tao Hi'.i.m'iiomi Extuaot Sausapa
kii.la, tho great blood-puriller, and they
slll Insure nowllfi', new blood and renmv
f.d, vigor. Try thom ,
A single trial will convinco tho most
f-kbptical of tho rlllcancy of HELM
HOLD'S GHAPE PILLS in sick or nerv
ous headacho, jaundice, indigestion, con
stlpation, dycpoisia, bllliousness, livor
coiiiplalnU, general debility, etc. No nau
sea, no griping pains, but mild, pleasant
and safo In operation. Children tako them
with impunity. Thoy aro tho best and
most reliable. II ELM HOLD'S EX
TRACT SARSAl'AltlLLA create! new,
fresh and healthy blood, beautifies tho
complexion, and Imparts a youthful ap
pearance, dispelling pimple, blotches,
moth fputebes and all eruptions of tho
Tiik Eckkut. Captain Dugan requests
s to state tho Ecl-ort. after It return frnm
the exeursio'i, will leave tho wharfhoat,
this evening at eight o'clock for Mound
wiy. returning at twelve. Parlies wish-
ug to attend tho llnl Chtmmrtre at Mound
City, tc-nlsht, will not fall to niuko notu
Tup Roudiu. Tho Odd".Fi,ll.,w u-ni
mako ho flrsftrlp to tho nlc-nlo I. ruling
of the Rougs, this morning, Joavlng Plnl
Hps' wharf boat at eight o'clock prceliely,
mm win continuo to maV.o Hourly trips
uuring the day
Kjiji.mu-o00 " glans boxes fur salo
nl b cent tueh. AV. Thoknion.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1871.
A PEUFECT PIELD DAY F0UTI1E
P1UENDS OF PI)GKKS..
OUlt FUTUUE SECLMtE.
A NOIJLE 1)AY"S "WORK.
THIRTEEN HUNDRED AND SEV
EN FOR TO FOUR AGAINST.
Tho friends of Cairo havo causo for
congratulation. Tho struggle, which was
Inaugurated two months ngo upon this
question of railroads, was, lot us trust, de
cided yesterday. And tho decision was
just of such n character ns tho friends
of cntcrpriso and of Cairo havo long pr -
dieted. To-day ovcry hopo for Cairo s
futuro Is brlghtor. Now thoro is
confldonco whoro nil was doubt;
every propcrty-holdor feels so-
arcr In his InvcstmcnUj ovcry business
man takes courngo and looks forward to
tho "better day:" and thero Is not a me
chanic or laboring man among us who will
not soon feel tho result of yesterday's
work. It was a splendid triumph splen
didly achieved. Everybody turned out
and everybody worked. Tho opposition,
which threatened so much with its teapot
tempest, faded away like snow under tho
I tin s rays, xncro wore ono or two ob
structionists. Rut theso have, oro this,
learned, doubtlcs.', that their opposition or
obstruction onlv demonstrated tho more
plainly tho contemptible envy which gov
erned their conduct, and made it conspicu-
1 not to bo forgotten. Tho voto
cast win nearly n full ono : vet, there
wcro n number of our rcgisterr 1 voters
who did not vote. Hut, rs tho result was so
glorious wo cannot, amidst so much at
which to rejoice, find room for complaint.
Tho votes east wore in tho
For tho aflirmatlvo propositions
For " negalivo "
For tho afllrinatlvo propositions
For " negative "
making a voto of 1007 for to -1 ttgali t tho
affirmative proposi ' ins. G.'ury nough
for ono day.
Tiik RkmL'ltoi' Yktkiida y's Election
and Juijok Hito.vi. It was asserted, frce-
Jy, upon tho streets yesterday, thut if tho
result of tho election was favorable to tho
railroads, Judgo Hross would And means
to defeat tho will of tho people; that ho
could, and would, Insert a provision in
tho bonds which would render them utter
ly worthless to tho railroad companies to
which thoy wero voted. This and other
sterlet) of a kindred naturo wero in circu
lation during tho latter part of the day.
There is not, huwovor, wo are ablo to state,
upon tho authority of tho judgo himsclfi
n scintilla of truth in such stntomcnts. Ho
wont into tho election in good faith, and
will stand tquaro up to its results. Ho
recognizes tho will of tho people as ex
pressed in tho election, aid intends to car
ry it out to tho let; or. Ho is not tho man
ner of lni-n to break his plighted faith, and
ho assorls this openlv nnd boldly. Tho
court will Immedialely havo tho bonds
lithographed, and on .Monday next, whon
it meets, j i it t Into execution tho demands
of tho people.
Helm itoi.DH Extiiujt Sausapauilla is
tho great blood purillcr: thoroughly
cleanses and renovates tho entlro system,
and readily enters into tho circulation of
tho blood; after purging with Helmiioi.d's
(iiiapk Pills, tho foul humors that havo
accumulated in tho system for years
Roth aro carefully prcparod nccording to
tho rules of pharmacy and chomistry nnd
aro thoroughly reliable A 'test of 10 yoars
has proved this. Try them.
Iryou wonld havo now life, now blood
and ronowad vigor, tuo HELM HOLD'S
GHAPE PILLS. Purify tho blood nnd
beautify tho complexion by tho uso of
HELMROLD't, EXTUAOT SAHSAPA
RI LLA. They nre no choap patent med
icines, hut thoroughly Pharmaceutical
and aro not equalled by nny English or
" Tui'Tii is poworlul aud must provail,"
and it Is true that thero Is not a bettor
boot and shoumakor In Calto than J'hilhp
lliwgh. Ono trial is hulllclunt to satisfy
nny onoof tho fact, that for durability,
stylo and lltncss, his work cannot bo ex
celled. Ho can bo found at all tlmos at
his shop, on Eighth streot near Ohio
Levee, and not confining himself to any
peculiar stylo or fashion, can guarantoo
to his friends nnd customers full and com
plete satisfaction. je-'JO-tf
You can got tho host epicure broilers,
bread tostor, bird cagrs, clothe wringers,
brushes, flowor baskets, fruit onus, Hitting
Irons, pinking Irons, cash hoxus, tollot
sets, wooden bowls, grindstones, olmrcba'Il
lurnncua, county hollow ware,ltnwaro of all
kinds, and a flno nttortiuuut of cooklnu
stoves, among which u iiiu well-known
i ,i o.. .i" i. I.. .
...m; nui,, vuu iiu tuui, III IIIU IIHIIKl,'Kl
11. Hallov's slovo .lore. No. 100 W fcW.
ton avenue, near T nth rco , Cairo, 1H,.
THK KVEn-OLOniOt' FOUUTII 0IIANII J'IC-
NIC AT TIIK PLOIIA OAKDKNi
Tho Hibernian firo company, second to
no company in tho oltv In ofllciency, havo
resolved to eclobrato tho coming Fourth
by it picnic ot Flora Garden, and appeal to
tho citizens for that palronngo to which
their labors for tho public good has ontltlcd
them. They havo procured tho lervlcos
of tho silver cornet band, nnd will open
tho festivities by inarching, hondod,by tho
band, through tho principal streets of tho
citv. Arriving nt tho garden tho declara
tion of Indopcndonco will bo read by
M. H. Harrcll and an oration delivered by
a gentleman whoso namo will hereafter bo
announced. Tables will bo prepared for
the hungry, mild drinki furnished to thoso
who arc dry, and an opportunity to danco
given to those who alTect that amusement.
No improper characters will bo admitted
and tho best of order will be preserved.
Thoso who attend this picnic will enjoy a
pleasant day and bo in no danger by eitlur
Held or flood, Tickets, 60 cents.
Tho cotnmltteo of arrangements Is com
nosed the following ircntlcmon: William
Mcllnle, James Kennedy, James II. Eng
lish and John Hogan.
Tho following committees will superln
lond tho colobratlon :
On Arrangements James Kennedy,
James H. English and John M. Hogan
On liar Patrick lltirke, cashior; Pat.
O'Laughlln, Michael Uambrick nnd Thos.
On lUJreshmcnti James Kennedy,cash
lor; James Granoy nnd Timothy Sulli
van. On Ten-Pin Alley James O'Donnol
cashier; Thomas Leary nnd John Miller.
On Shooting Gallery Edward Morris-
soy, cashior; and L. H. Garner.
t7ir Keener Vf. R. Into, cashier;
and Richard Fitzgorald.
Floor Manager Thomas Lovett, M. J.
Marnoll aud David Fitzgorald.
Marshals James Kennedy nnd John
Flag Hearers Thomas Foley and
ROUGH AND HEADY F1KE COMPANY
TIIK l'ROPOSKI) FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC
THE PLACE TIIK PROOIIAMMK NAMES
OK THE COMMITTEEMEN, ETC.
Tho Rough and Ready firo company aro
making extensivo arrangements to cele
brate tho Fourth of July in nn appropri
ate manner. They havo determined to
havo a grand picnic on tho Kontuoky
shore oppoito Galighcr's mill, nnd to in
vito tho public to participate in tho festiv
ities. Thero will not bo much oratorical
patriotism indulged in, but thero will bo
nny qunntlty of fun and hilarity. All the
edibles of tho season will bo procured, so
that tho hungry may cat; thoso who aro
dry will bo supplied with tho wherewithal
to quench their thirst, and a string band
will supply music for thoso who aro in
clined to trip tho light fantastic toe. Tho
neat littlo steamer, Odd l-ollow, has been
hired to convoy citizens to nnd from tho
picnic grounds nnd will commence run
ning nt 8 o'clock a.m., and mako a trip
ovory hour during tho day. Tho boat will
bo handsomely decorated, nnd tho boiler
deck bo covered with canvass for tho ac
commodation nnd comfort of ladles and
Tickets CO conts.
After tho pic-nic, cemmencipg nt 0
o'clock p.m., thero will bo a grand ball in
dulged in at School's hall, and a magnifi
cent display of firo works bo mado.
Tickets to tho ball, for gentleman nnd
ladies, CO cents.
Tho celebration will bo conducted under
tho direction ol tho following committees:
On Arrangements Joseph Mendel, A.
Mnrx, F. 'Whitcamp, F. Strautz, nnd H.
On lloal Sam. "Walters, Peter Ehs,
Christ. Orth, M. Sllvorborg, Jos. M. Vir-
run Joseph 11. Taylor, J. II. Mctcalf, "W
On liar .1 nines Swayno and Herman
Meyer, enshiors ; Joseph Mendel, Itobcrt
Rribach, F. Swobodn, R. Zimmermnn, F,
"Wittcamp, Fred. Strautz.
Iec Cream Stand A. Marx nnd II. Hix-
by, enshiors; R. Hebsackor, Nilcs Swayne,
F. Decker, II. Hascujnegcj, F. Axloy.
Floor Managers John Koohlcr and
TIIK IIIIIKIINIAN JL'IC.MC. THO llian-
ngors of tho tho Hibernian Firo Company
to-day, desire us to state that an excel
lent string band has been engaged and
will nllbrd to thoso desirlous of "tripping
tho light fantastic too," in opportunity to
Indulgo it to their hearts content. It will
bo well, also, for tho ladies to remember
that thero is no undergrowth in tho Flora
Garden, and that last night's rain will not
at all inlerfero with their day's or night's
enjoyment. Thoro will bo n grand display
ot nroworks in tho ovoning.
Howe's Skwino Machine. Having
leased tho corner room of tho Athentuum
building, I shall expect to bo ab'o to keep
pn.hand, a good assortment of machines.
Parties desirous of getting machinus would
do well to call and eco what ours will do
bjforo buying. Machines sold on monthly
installments, and old ones taken at their
valuo in oxchango. All machines war
ranted five years. To produce tho sow
ing inachino was tho studj of Ellas Howo,
jr., twenty-flvo yoars ago, Ho gavo to
tho world tho first sowing machino over
Invented. "Wo now oiler his last produc
tion. Call and sco us on Commercial av
onue, corner room of tho Athomeum build
Ing. J. 0. Hays, Agont for Company.
Ik you desiro n mild, pleasant, safe nnd
ngrocablo cathartic, which will causo
neither nausea or griping pains, uso na
ture's remedy, Helmiioi.d's Grape Pills.
They aro purely vegetable ; their compo
iient parts being catawba, grapo juice and
fluid extract rhubarb. Should you desiro
a brilliant complexion, youthful nppear
nnco, now lire, now fresh blood nnd re
newed vigor, uso Hklmiiold'b Extract
"W.M. Ehleus has tho best brands of
French calf, moroccos, kid, buckskin and
Patent loathorn. all of which ho will man-
III, ",... I... .
u.futUt0 tylo of boots and
GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
Mrs. .1. Cummlngs desires to inform tho
ladles that sho is about to dlsposo of her
spring nnd summer stock of goods at cost.
Hor stock comprises a very flno selection
of lints, bonnets, flowers, ribbons, etc., all
of which wero chosen with grcnt care. All
tho Indies who want (casonnble, tnstcful
nnd cheap goods should not fail to patron
izo Mrs. Cumtnings, as sho intends to put
nil her goods nt tho very lowest cash
price, In order to disposo of them as qnlck-
ly as possible. Grcnt bargains can bo
madu for tho noxt few days.
Duluth and kktuiin via Chicago and
return via Dunlolth, or via Dunleith and
return via Chicago, $47.25. Good for fiO
Twenty Dollars IUwaiid. 1 will
pay a reward of twenty dollars for In
formation that will lead to tho arrost and
conviction of tho person or persons wl.o
changed tho switch this morning on Ohio
lovoc, in front of Clnrk's block, thereby
throwing a train on" tho track.
James Johnson, Agont.
Cairo. Juno 20, 1871. Je30-3t.
Great Excitement. Tho city has
been agitated during tho past week on tho
subject of tho excellent St. Louis Rccr,
"Weiss Deer, Rhino AVI no, nnd splondid
cigars for salo at Charley Schonemoycr's
saloon. His "Weiss Rccr is becoming n
popular drink his Rhino "Wino Is tho
best in tho city, his St. Louis Rccr
always ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho corner of Tenth street and
"Washington nvontio, whero nil lovers of
uood things to drink should call.
The Fenton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, comer of Commercial nvcnuo
and Twentieth street, is now in charge of
Mr. M. D. Gunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that ho is
now prcparod to furnish dealers nnd fami
lies with tho very best nrtlcloof corn meal.
Orders left at the mill or sent through tho
postofllco will rccclvo prompt attention.
St. Nicholas. Day boardors can sc
curo good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
weok. Tho houso is at tho comer of Ohio
lovco and Eighth street, n central location,
and is proprictorcd by Hariy "Walker,
who is alive to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho ofllco.
Shoes "Warranted. Mr. Black of tho
City Shoo Store, agont for tho salo of our
gcntlomctis', ladies' and misses' shoes, is
authorized by us to warrnnt all of our
shoes bearing tho stamp of tho City Shoo
Store, and to replnco with now ones nil
shoes of our brand sold by him that may
rip. Rrolaski & Co.,
jy-l-tf Shoo Manufacturers, St. Louis.
Fourth ok July Excursion. To nny
point on tho Illinois Central Itallrond,
for ono nnd one-fourth faro for round trip,
Good for July 4th nnd for return, includ
ing July &th. 3t
CANS I CANS 11 CANS 1 1 1
Five hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK STORK, nt $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholesale and retail
stock in tho city,
Grkely & Partee.
Notice. Hereafter and during the re
mainder of tho hot season the meat shops
of Cairo, will not, as heretofore, bo oponed
for tho salo of cut meats on Saturday even
ing, but will opon as usual on Sunday
morning and hold regular markets until
0 o'clock a.m. jo30-3t.
For Exchanoe. An invoico of hats
and caps and other merchandise for a
small houso and lot in Cairo. For desira
ble property will pay somo cash differ
ence. Call at No. MO Commercial avenue
Elliott, Haytiiorn Sc Co.
Keep Cool. ltolrlgcratori, ico chests
wator coolers, I X L ico cream freezers
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., otc, nt
REERAVART, ORTH & CO.'S,
myl8tr 130 Com. Ave.
Economy. Hy using Mrs. 'Whltcomb's
Syruo for children, many a doctor's bill
can bo saved, and much suffering averted.
Head tho advertisement in another col
One Hundred and Fikty Thousand
Tho nrrny of Chartor Oak Stoves now
in nctivo servlco in tho kitchons of tho
gouth and west is over ono hundred nnd
fifty thousand strong, and doing tho work
of thrlco that number of stoves of other
All powders and outward applications
close up tho pores of tho skin, rendoring it
harsh, coarso and flabby, and It a short
timo destroy tho complexion. If you
would havo it fresh, healthy and youthful
appearance, purgo tho system thoroughly ;
usoIIklmiiold'h G rape Pills nnd Helm
uold'hSarsaparilla which bcautiflos tho
comploxiou. Rowaro of those choap pat
ent pills, carelessly prepared by iuoxpe
rionccd persons vended in wooden boxes
most of which contain eithor calomol, mor
cury or othor dolotcrious drugs.
For Sale. Tho storo-houso on tho cor
nor of Tenth nnd "Walnut streets, nnd nlso
tho stock of groceries thcroin, aro ofTerod
for salo together or separately; Also, a
good buggy and harness will be sold on
privato torms. Apply for particulars on
tho Dromisos. REN. F. EOnOLS.
Thk Excursion To-day-. For tho con
venience of people in tho upper part of tho
city, who intend going on tho excursion in
tho Btoamor Kckcrt to-day, tho manage
ment havo mado arrangements to
havo tho boat stop at Twentieth street,
both going nnd coming.
Fruit For Sale. Tho undersigned of
fers for salo; in tho orchard, in Pulaski
county, nino miles from Cairo, a largo
nmount of cholco fruit, consisting of
peaches, pears, apples, qu(ncos cto. This
fruit can bo bought at a groat bargain, If
applied for soon. Enquiro of
I. S. IIAWKIN,
:nn2W2w U.H.Cuntom Uouso.Cairo.
01 HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE.
I will offor for salo. on "Wednesday,
July C, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho rosldcnco
of Mathow Clarko, on cornorof Twelfth
nnu i opinr streets, a large assortment of
pnrlor, bedroom and kitchen furniture,
consisting of sofas, chnlrc, mirrors, carpets,
ocuncaus, maltrosscs. nlllows. bureaus,
knives nnd forks, cooking stove, etc. Also,
ono lino milch cow and calf will bo sold.
Salo posltivo nnd without rcsorvo.
D, Haiitma.v, Aucllonoor.
Meats. Tho branch moatshop 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 eaters of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you hnvo
not tried him glvo him n call.' tf
Come to Stay-. Robert Reld has per
manently established a coal yard nt Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purposo of
supplying steamboats wilh coal. Tows at
all times, day or night.
je8tf 0. S. Hutciiinkon, Agent.
Marriage Guidk. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 2'J1 pages, l'tiee
60 cents. Address Dr. Rutts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Sco Advertisement.
For Sale. A gcol open buggy. Ap
p y to Jamem .Ioiinhon, Stone Depot.
St. Paul and return via Chicago, re
turn via Dunleith, $3i!.o0. Good for .10
Chnrlrrrd Mnrrli :il, IHflll.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. 11.8AKKORP, President!
H. B. TAYLOll, Vice-President 1
W. IIYHLOP, (Secretary and Treasurer.
P. W. Haiclit, Cms. Oai ioiiib,
F. M. HT.H'arLini, I'ai i. O. S tun,
It. M. Cunmiiiimu, W. P. llALlinir,
J. M. PmiLirf.
I)eiOHllH of mi- Amount IIkcIvihI from
aril vviiii a , w mu,.
TNTEKKiT paid on deposits at tho rateol all
wrceni. per annum, mmi-ii imanu p-,hii'
her 1st. Interest not withdrawn la added lrnrne
tllately to the principal of the deposita, thereby
giving mem coinpouuu inieresi.
MARR1XD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
so that ooxr. rurri raw it.
Open etery buslneis day from 0 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
id Saturday evening lor HAVINO DKI'lHlTS
only, from t to a o'clock
W. HYSI.OP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IIALIJDAY, Preiident ;
A. n.HAFFOKD, Cashier;
WALTER HYSI.OP, Assistant Cahier.
Btajts Tailos, lti.rrnt H. Cl'.iMxoiltx,
Btutt White, W. P. IIailihai,
(iro. II. WuilAxoii, Hrrrnr Hikh,
A. II. Kamuku.
KxrliniiKC, Coin ami 1'iilK-il Ntntc
IIiiikI lluuiclit nml Sold.
ni'O.SITS received, and a general banking
THE PEOPLE'S .MEAT MARKKT
CHAN. UAYKIl .1- CIs.,
KEEP constantly on hand tho best of I -!,
ork, mutlmi, teal, lamb. mmiiKO. pudding,
etc. Fresh uhlto hint In any quantity, wirned
beef, etc., nluay on h ind.
Orders promptly tilled, nml satisfaction warran
Ilulclivr nnil Driller In nil KIihIn I'reili
(Xwxm .S'lNi.m.MU akii Puri.Au Siurrr.
DUVB and slaughters only tho very best entile,
Sj lioci and ahoep, and la prepared tu fill any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to ten
thousand pounds. dee-jotf
ORDINANCE NO. 115.
Ad ordinance to amend section VO ot ".in ordi
nance to adopt the ordinance of tho city of
Cairo as revised and codified,"
lie it ordained hy tho City Council of the City of
bicTioNl, That HectionNo. so of "nn ordi
nance to adopt tho ordinances of tho City of
Cairo aa revised nnd codified" bo amended by
addimr after tho word "provision" In said sec
tion Hie torda "or any i in pure, unwholesome,
adulterated or diluted nillk
Approved Juno ild, 1871.
JOHN M. LAN8DEN. Mayor.
Attest, M. J. Hoitr, Clly Clerk. leakliot
OBOCKRIEN AND DUV WOODS.
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
HATH AND CAPS, K.TC,
Hub lust received a heavy loj!,',of liool ntul
lias jusi i Uo ,o,ery nd Notions,
FOR SALE FOB CASH VERY CHEAP
He also lias a one stocky oF amity (Jrocerlea ol
CORNER SIXTH-St. AND COMMER
X' JJU u ii au yj It U J L A JN X.
No. 80 Ohio Lovco,
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
BASKET l.MCNI 0.
JULY I, 1871,
ion tub erii.rir
OP TUB MKTIIODIST I'lIl'llCI
THE STK. T. F. El'KERT
Will leunlllnMUi.nl at lliu t ucK. a.m.. onsn n
ciirnon up mu iiiun, iiniriurK "
TIcki N, hlch must bo procured before rni
on hoard, em I hal at the book nnd drK
" Mound City at
" Caledonia at ..
t , L II
' Metropolla at ...10,1.11
" I'aducah at H'J i n
lleturnlei; to Cairo at an early hour III Ihorienin
Fair for the round trip from Cairo, II. troi
Mound City, II; from Caledonia, II, from Jl.jt
ki1I, II. Children from to 11 years old, OT r
Itcfrehinenta will be served on board for thoa
who do not take their dinner with them.
No children allowed to jjo unless nccompsmr
by parents oruardlans. Je.vli.l
II. M. IIULEN,
No. 13-1 Coinnicrcial-ave., '
I NTE It EST-PA Y I NO PL A N.
eentlv introduced bvlhe
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIF
Of NT. I.OLIS.
Hy this system, Lite Insurance is furaii-c
as little COitt a l,V thm usual n!nm. nnif tf.. t .
Ikv IiaI l,.p r.., ,.U;,. .n .n.1 B....... ,.r..'.
It-r cent. iion all the mr.ney paid by hir.i t t
(mi.iiiy ; his annual premiums thus ea-o.
htm as much a a government l nd.
Tho plan has been IhoroUKhly crjtic set a
fully iinlorl by tho mot em nent t'f -r
aud skillful mathematician" tntlmland: in li
mention in any respectable uarirr.
OfTco of the e'nmpany,
Ulbl It ,1 I- i Lf ll.t E1L lli;iLXII AMlfll I 1
ST. LOUIS, 310.
A DTIf TTI tl l a i t irtm Vi 1
Renj. William-h, Secretary.
iuiiik iiiKii in wio iisi 01 sounu, iiirmy w eilc
It ha amnlocaiiltal l!S.bbO.
unasnsseia miiro tnaii enoiiKh tocoierjll
iiaiiuiues in aiKiiuoj mine eapiial.
It has one hundred thousand dollars depo
with tlieHtateof Missouri aa n ptriieluaf g'
antee to its nolicv holders.
It hascompllcd fully with the now laus ol t
.Shite, u hlch aro ntillr, aa exartlnif bimI innm .t
lyenforeed than thoscof Eastern rttates.
It Invests its funds in tho West, amiini; I
people from whom they aro received.
Ita annual Income froin the Interest alone
nlrtady mora than ufllclent to pay its lossei.
II U...... ..nllnl... .,M II. ..ll' ., nr....
.... .......uftv...vu 1. ..vj.wi.v, I.IIMUI
dowment plans, nt tho aaino rata aa other tlr
Tho policy holders receive- all tho profits Ins
Tl, 1,11 ( ,.. .
ceut. of Interest on their espltnl, bvthoterini
. iiu nuiiuui uivmenua 10 noncy noiucrs are
r.l.ll'llrn.l.l.lliin.nDnu .II I .' . . . .
- j M ". . ...mi .in.,. ..,. i,!iiriu wviiimu
,i..v,.-i ivf-u nine 111 i.y.
TlieHtateof Jlllnolspaid last year about
million dollars for Lift. luHnmm.
i 1. 1 . 1 . 1 . .
auuv In New York nn t i.u fnt,lan.l r..p nn n.,.
Hint mnv 1... iirn.lnr...l (...( nu nl.
WOOD 4c LOW,
apriodawtf AlcunU at Cairo.
HOW T.OK'IM IIMW HVSTfiHFl
Just publlihed, In a staled envelope. Price, Cc
i..A... ,1 . 1 . 1 ... .i
euroor Hoermatorrhea or Hem nel Weakno.i.
voiiuunry i-.missions, aoxuai jicuiiuy, aim jiuj
Consiimptiun, Epilepsy, nnd I lls; Me
etc., by ltobt. J. Culic
Physical Incanai'lly, resultlnii from self al ii
"Oroea Hook," etc.
A 1I0ON TO TIIOUMANDS OF SUl'KEREIt.
D.til ixiilnp Hi.nt. in Itl'im nnviilniiA. In nit .
uicen, " I . . .... j . . .. 1 1 ,
Eosiao fliainpi. vy .iium. j, rtiiuu ,v uo,,
owery, Now York, Puttottlco box 4,ssu.
fVhr Illinois Central Kail I to ml dii.in.m- .
Addition to tho City of Cairo, U 1 "
Lot 47 block 20, Lot 21 block S
" U " 20, ' u a bj
' 5 " Hi, a 2$ 11 u 1
U U t, 1. ;n 11 w;
vciiin, ckm uppiy 10 JA.ntrj jimrsii.-
J. GEO. STEINHOUSE,
Cor. HIIi-nI. nml Coiiiiurvcliil-nv.
WB'Clean Towela un.l
"9riI'.1,, a.ni "Wldrcn's hair cut and aha
pooed, either at tho . ion or at ihiii i ui.""
Muentlemen'n wh ikero 1..1. ..... .
.... ........ nnnNinniinn ...... .
i-m. . , -" imir 11 via 1