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TRAVELS (jfUJDE.
fUHO'S IIAILIIOAI) CONNECTIONS.
TAKE NOTICK.
T1METAIILK Of TIIK ILLINOIS CENTRAL r. 11,
O i ti aUr"undy, 5fJ llb. 1871, the follOM-"
Bit ilree-utiTe will govern mo arrival n.i uepari
ur n( nunnxtr trains at CAlro t
Vim -Mall train, dally w,-........l I : J'-"
Kij.rc s.dsily, .,...... , H"
rrt Ml1i filr..i...-- ' SiWn.n.
Eipress, dally, eiccpt KHn.lsy a1" l'-m;
Although II regular tit. Louis irsln la taken oir
i,tl. 'Mlao onl nl Cairn ve through cars
f, r Louis, which will I Ml.cn through from
liu.,4.. n l.y thfl trains on the llellrville tov. 1)1'
rxctt. t ttose connection will ! nrolc nl IMl-i
quoin .n I there ll! l no change of cars from'
C ,on M. Unlk. The train leaving Cairo oil
I n piii.uMhsieathroliglitleepirigenrtorHt.
I, .UK Tho attention of shippers Is cspcclallyl
. . . ...... .1 . . . I'.....,.. I,l ,r!1l
Cllletl in 1IIC lri iti ik n i mi. " ....... ....
Imve Culm .Ulljr, Ptiirlayi eipeeud, nnd wllll
inK,i, I m from this city to Chicago In lwcnty.1
two h. r. JAH. JOHNSON, Agent
QP 1 ClCBST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
Illinois central! r. r.
' tit
St. Lttuw, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm
caoo, N kw York; Boston, .
AXD ALL
POINTS EAST AND' "VVKST.
PAif reef trfitn krrU Rt nml leiiTe Cnlro m fol
town i
, miii. ' - rirmii,
Amvr 3t.'IOam mail p.m
fitPART 11145 n.m mm p.m
Both Iriilns connect tt Centrall wllli train on lie
ro
rn, lv.'iilur, Ulonnilnglcn, Kl l'fl"o, I.nSsllr,
Mcn.l. la, FreciwrLtJul'nii, liitiiiiic, am
nil points In Illinois, Minfouri,
JIlnoMOlA, WUconnln uul .
Iowa. ,Apil with ,
I.lncn running Em'l and wot for
Si. lxiuln. HpilnKfleM, IjOuUvIIIp,
Clncinnntl, Im&nApolla, Colutntiua.
An J t Clilcngo with MlchlRn Ocntrnl, Michigan
Houthcrn, ami Pituburjt. Kort Wayne
ivnj CtiiCAfiO lUillrimil lor
Detroit; ClevclanJ, Dunkirk.
aioany. notion, ruiixicipnia,
iHrm rii r.rir. iiuiiaiu.
Mew Tork, rittaburr;, llalttmorc,
WMlilngtbn.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tickets and Information, apply to
Illinois Central Railroad Depot.
W. 1'. JOHNBON,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
STEAMBOAT!!.
MOUND CITY AND CAIRO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William ir. Sanduskv.
WILL MAKE
FOUH TRIPS EVERY DAY
CAIEO JL2TX3 CITY
Ltxvr. Cairo,
roor or tisHTit nar.LT.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.Xt.
At 1 I'.M.
At -. t.5 t'.M.
Lkave Mil Citv,
WIIAMPWIAT,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.00 A.M.
At '-'.30 l-.M.
At 0.30 P.M.
WlLTTANDHtfnENHIATL-ED;
AT! Till I '
110X FACTOUY, 1IAWK'8I.AJsT)INO,KY,
MOUTH Or CAC1IK, MAltlNR WAYH,
AND NAVY Y'AHD.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU DAILY
t , I'AOKKT.
Tho beautiful and llght-draugnt
-steamer,
JAMES FISK, JR.,
iMkrM huii.l.r.Y, Mnslir,
LMAVES CAIUO DAILY) 1 :'
AT f) O'CLOCK, l'.M, i
LEAVES PADUCAU DAILY,
AT 9 o'clock, a.m.
oa-HavinK superior RC'co'liiinb'iIalionH lie so
iifllj public patronage. , ,
aJVPartlcalar attantlon .is paid to cM oi donf'
intoice charges, out wie i win not ixi respon
.n.ie lor ilia sampnmu qonccieu.
WINES ANI r.KtUOItM.'
WAI. II. UIIUTIL'EJJ,
Inilorler nml Wliolesiile Ilenli-jr In
AVINES, LTQUOKS,
AMI
TOBACCO &c CIG-AXaS.
Agent for tho Urst brands of
CREAM. ANDuSTOUK.AIilV' -
i
I ' . ' AkU. - , .
liupurteU Alex uf IHIIVroiit lilmlH.
75 Gjuo IjBvueI
tt
-CAino,(n.UNO?3.
:i-mimi
V . M. 8TOUKFLKT1I,
rcctfdou mine t trockiLKTii
Itei'llfyrr uil WIiii1piiIi IM-uler n
t, t'trlKi ul DoiurMlir
L 1 O US,' W 1NE8, ETC.
KealMiiiliLli HkOCK, Cla(l,'II.I.lS013.
t1
IKkres on hand cotiMautly n full luqk of
14 i'1-i i.tniucKy jiourbou, nye ann .ijouougu.
lulu- aiid California Wines. Jnurmf
rUUMITURK.
. S. IIAKRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
QUKEKSWAHK,
HOUSE FUHN1SU1NO GOODS,
j,!, DfR yiXTURKS, . , j
ULASSWAllK,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
CAIltO, ILL1S01B.
BABUKKN.
. J.OEO.STEINnOUSE, ,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
Ut-t. Md l'UIUIL'rL'iUl. v,
arwiarr Sators,
"SrcieanTowUs anil'
PTEtlllfttU IVcrliiocn,
flakUito' and kUdrcn's l.alr rilt and aliam
. eillitrrt Cue nhop or at tbtU o& homes.
VjaenYwhsilMrs and li&lr dyu) ta a
.'r, Uatiataetiou toaroatct'd.
CLOSE,
2.00 p.m
0"",?;iX-.;-!)'p:.n. 11;p.m.
South, Way - " 1
phs ninl CVhimtus,'....,...'... : p.m. 4;"0 p.m,
Ohio llltrr route, ,(eicpt ,
Momlsyl .'....y.,.0.-"M'.'i.. 0 0" p.m.
,on Mountain It. " fcWii.in. H:WP-"
Miss. III! it route, 1 ileum
,i Kri,!,ir..i..- ami lyii. 7m'p.m.
Ti.rbeMfoW Island A rifinih '
l, Ills, Thursday frl
,l,y j... G.wp.in. 7if)tt.tn,
M.J field, llainivillo Mil
Liu-Inn', Ky uiuua.m. i."p.m.
uincr. iimas.
Oerernl Delivery 7iMbiii.
(Sundays 8 to D a.m.)
Money Ordr ilopnatmcnt 8:00 a.tu. i.m
Register " ' " " H.oun.m. fc.dOp.m.
Money .Order and Hegliler Urjiarttneliti not,
SECRET OUDEHS.
TUB MASONS.
Caibo '.OoMMASMRY,, No. 13. Statcl AsM mMy'
at tho Afjimn Masotill Ltnll, flnt and tlmd HftU'
urdavs In each month.
Cairo Council, No. 21, Iteguhr Convocationat
Maonlc Hall, the fecond Friday In each month.
Cairo CiiAPtrn, No. 71. '.tegular, Convocation
at Masonic Hall, on the third -Tuesday of ovcry
month.
Cairo Ionot, No. 237 K, A A. M Hegular Com
munlcations'nl Masonic Hall, tho second nnd
fourth Momlays of each month.
Dklta litmr, No.tM I'. A. M. llegillftr Com-
mnnlivtHnng at MaonlO Hall flrst aenl (MM
Thursdays In each month.
TIIK OIiD-rELLOYVS.
ALEJAViitRLoonr.,22!. Meets In Odd Fellow's
Hall, In Artcr'a llulMIng, every Thursdayevcn.
Ing, nt 8 o'clock.
THE BULLETIN.
lubllHlieil every mnriilnir, Momlny ex
rciitrtl. CITY NEWS.
BREVITIES. '
Ycstorilfiy wns tho hottest day of tho
sen! on.
AVhnt 1ms becomo of U10 nntWiog or
dlnnnco potitloiu?
Jacob Martin hna returned from n
trip to Cincinnati.
ltlieulnn is rcpnlring tl.a ttenm 11 ro en
g'mo " Jnck Vintcr."'
Alio Hough nnd llcuily llro eompnnj
mndo their picnic on tho Fourth net nbout
$1G0.00
Joscpii Vorrin, policeman, lias placed
bin 'resignation in tho bauds of Mayor
Lnnsden.
Tho total receipts of tho Hibernian
picnic wcro between six hundred and soven
hundred dollars.
Fred. Thcobold has returned from
Cincinnati, nnd gono into tho old business
at tho old stand.
Real cstato is looking up in tho city.
Lots, which bad been held for ycare'iinsold
at lower prices, sold yesterdav for 51,600.
1 Judge l'idgoon flow into tho Uuli.k
tin olllco yesterday, but spread bis wings
"again beforo wo had tho plcasuro of seeing
hirnj'
- AH hinds of family grocorics, at C. H
Evans' grocery store, west sldo of Wash
ington avenue, between Eighth nnd Ninth
xtrcuU.
uo you want excellent eollec, sugar.
syrup, muckcrol, butler everything kept
in 11 first-class family grocery store? (Jo
to O. II. Evans'.
Cant. Diigiin, of tho Kckort, Jeft tho
city last night for Little Rock to supcrin
tend tho wrcokingof a stonincr sunk in the
Arkansas river.
Dun't lorget tho sulo nt tho Ilnllurd
tobacco wnrohousc, to-diiy, nt 11 o'clock,
n.tn. There will bo n largo "break" of
lino tobacco.
Tito Mound City buso ball boys de
feated tho Delta clubof this city yesterday.
Tho gatno was played on tho grounds of
tno Mound City club.
Messrs. Scbub,Schongmoyor,SwanU7.,
Win. and Carl Ruder, and Conrad Alba,
of tho Tumors of this city, returned last
nlubt from u visit to Capo Oirnrdenu.
Our young friend C. 'H. Evans, has
opon'cd a first-class faintly grocery store,
on tho wost'sldo of "Washington nvonuo,
between Eighth nnd Ninth streets.
.ludgu Murehlliloiu precinct is not
much in favor of railroads. It didn't givo
Ono ballot for tho Calm and Vtnceiincs
road and only four1 for'tlio Cairo nnd St
Louis road. Poor eld Thebes I
Tho Itjilliutl tobaOo'.i warehouse of
tliis city,. D. llnrd & Hun, proprietors,
shipped one day last week one hundred
and four hogsheads of tobacco direct to
Antwerp, llolglum, via the Evansvlllo
freight line.
Frank (Slostop, ton years ugo n Culro
itc, cnllcd.ou its on VediK'iiiiiy last. Mr.
Ulussup is 1111 old-tinui newspaper pub
lishor and for tavern) Jfiart Wns outsido
business correspondent of tho Springfield
(Ills.) S'i Journal. t
At tho suggestion of ,thp ljerjl
following named poisons w6ro"nppoinied
ballll's to servo during tho present term of
th crciiil ci)urt, vir. ; (feorg Hill, Rich
nrd Fitzgerald, Nicholas Williams, Wil
liam Huldon, Jno. Cam, Ceo.'Woldon nnd
Michael Ruggabcr.
Judgo Marcim'ddn'iV In'lllo city. Ho
proposes to cut Cairo loose, and lot tho city
float down tho river. Tho city don't want
to bo treated in that way. It is nnxious
to bo in Alexander county when'tho judgo
offers himself for re-election. It is nnxious
to go for htm.
1 Amiechioroui thief stole from tho
foundry of Reed & Mann, on Sunday last,
a kit of mouluor tools, ucloni'lnt' to L. U.
Hulco, of tho' valuo of $85. Mr.RuicoboB
ofltrod a reward of $00 for tho recovery of
tuutooli. llu suioocts'a man who is nt
nmUy with him und bus" 'dccllvcs on his
truck.
TheBptlngUeldand Illinois Southoast
n. rallwaj'ii itow open for business from
wiT.l0 "ett.rdlUiwn' w' It connects
with the Rockport und Rock Ulaud rail
road for Rock Island, llurllngton and all
polnU in tho won and southwoat. Our
travailing readers would do wall to mnko
a nolo' of this,
lkpu'Tu ,1ijnckCj whon las.t heard
Aw, flTe yoara bko, waslu Cairo, eiiism-ed
i the saddlery nnO, harowu butlao;i. Uli
THE CfAiRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
brother, Ohtrlcs L. Holncko, is In tho city,
from Sacramento, Cal., in search of him,
nnd will bo thankful for any Information
feinting to him. Mr. C. L. II. is' stopping
at Honry Dlnkle's.
Tho troubles lirl'ArlslmVU'ftt lastsub
sided, nnd AV'm. Ehlors has received it
largo Invoico of "Jodnl"hnd "Morclar1
French calf skins two of tho best brands;
made, which bo Is ready nnd willing" to
manufneturo into boots and shoos, for any
and nil porsons who aro willing to pay tho
highest cash prices. His shop Is on 20th;
strcot, opposlto tho oourt botis-J hotel.
joietr
Tbcro is only onb night policeman on
duty now Sumnor. This forco is alto
gether Insufficient to securo rcasonablo
protection to tho.proporty of citizens, ana
yet tho council hesitates to fill tho vacan
cies on tho forco. Tho tnnyor persistently1
nominates and tho council as porslstently
refuse? to confirm.
Tho prcsont city government has boon'
In powor now nearly four months. Dur-
Inc'thaUimOthorohavo boon.inofO arrests
maUo by tno ponce, nnu lower rouwjci
havn been committed, than dnrlnc tho
sdmo tlmo In soveral years last past,
Scrip has been brought from 65o on tho
dollar to par, nnd $7,103.46 moro than
tlm eTnnndtturei havo been collected.
In abort,' everything is lovoly and tho mu
nicipal gooso bangs high.
,Tho barber shop of Ous III me, onfSov
onth street, bctwoen Commercial nvonuo
and Ohio lovco, has becomo n placo of
popular resort, visited by all,porsons who
know bow to oppreciato closo nnd de
licious shave. Ous Is u mastor In his pro
fession, nnd employs only tho most skill
ful of "workmen. "Ills razors aro always In
order, bis towels faultlessly clean and his
shop tho neatest and most comfortablo in
tho city. Olvo Ous a call, nnd oxpononco
bis skillful manipulations of your beard
and vou will know what tho pleasures of
n flrst-clasi sliavo nto.
Curcly Mlko fell Into tho hands of
Chuf Myors,on Wednesday evening, and
tarried with McUalo all night. Uo was
finod $5 and costs. This arrest, was, in our
opinion, an outrngo on personal rights
Mlko has a perfect to do just as bo pleases
and Myers, in arresting him, has broke
down a precedent which has run for years,
But, maybo, tho time has ccmo when pub
He officers, in liiolr insolence, will no long.
cr tolcrato outrageous conduct In any citi
zon. "Whon will tho good old days como
back again 7
"William Alba's harbor shop is groV'
ing In public favor ovcry day. It is neatly
fitted up, and can boast of tho most skill
full workmon in tho city. Tho proprietor
has had many years' experionco in bis bus
iness nnd is rocognizod ns ono of tho most
export shavers in Southern Illinois, whilo
young Alba h a master in his profession
Citizens nnd strangers who wish a pain
less shave, n luxurious champooing, or
their hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronlza Alba; His shop is on "Washing
ton avenuo next door to Hannon's news
depot.
"Wo copy tho following from tho To
bacco Leaf, of Juno 28, from a correspond
cut at Boydton, Vn. : "The low prico to
which tobacco has declined is altogether
unaccountable. Several of our farmers
had returns on Saturday from Richmond
f tobacco sold for thorn. Ono gentleman
who shipped what was considered an extra
flno articlo of Jcaf, received only 57.00 per
hundred ; nnothor $3.80 for n bhd.of good
Jugs." Tho some nrticlo is selling horo In
Cairo at S0.00 to $11!.00. Hotter ship to
bacco to Cairo nnd realize its vuluc.
Pkiwonal. Through nn inndvortency,
thanks duo from The Bulletin to Mr.
J. R. Johnson, of Villa Ridge, woro not ex
pressed at tho proper tlmo. Last week we
woro tho recipients of a box of apricots,
largo, swcot nnd delicious to tho taste, und
wo horoby return our grateful ncknowl-
odcomcnls and npprcclation'of tho samel
to Mr. J. 11. Johnson, tlio kindly donor of
tho gift.
Howe's Skwino Machine. Having
lenscd tho corner room of tho Athcnamm
building, I shall expect to bo able to keep
on hand a good assortment of machines.
Parties desirous of getting machines would
do well to cull and eco what ours will do
before buying. Macliir.es sold on monthly
installments, and old ones taken nt their
value In exchange. All machines war
ranted flvo years. To produce tho sow
ing inacliiuo was tho study of Elins Howo,
Jr., twenty-llvo years ago. Ho gave to
the world tho first sewing mncbino over
invented. "Wo now offer his lust produc
tion., Cal and sec us .on Commercial av
enue, corner room of tho Athcnieutn build
ing. J.C.Hayb, Agontfor Company.
jo30-lw.
Reliaiilk and Safe. Dr. Honry
Root and Plant Pills' aro mild and plcaco
nnt in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being on
tlrely vegetable, they ,cun bo tnken with
out regard to dlot or business. Thoy
arouse tho llvur nnd secretive organs into
healthy action, throwingioff dlscaso with'
out exhausting or debilitating tho systom
Try them nnd you will bo satisfied
Prico 'J5 cents n box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in mcdlclno everywhere,
Prepared by tho Grafton Mcdlclno Co., St
Louis, Mo. my 9dm
HKLMiiOLHti Extract Sahsapaiulla Is
tho great blood purifier: thoroughly
cleanses nnd renovates tho entire systom.
nnd readily enters into the circulation o(
tho blood; aftor purging with Hklmiiold's
Git.M'K Pills, tho foul humors that havo
accumulated in tho systom for years
Uolh'nro carcfull' prepared according to
tho rules of pharmacy nnd chemistry nnd
aro thoroughly roiiablo. A tostof 10 years
lias proved this. Try them.
U it eat Excitement. Tho city bus
boon agitated during tho past week on tho
subject of tho excellent St. .Louis Doer,
AVoiss Beer, Rhino A Ino, and splondid
cigars lor saiu ni unnnoy ocuoneuuiyor a
saloon, iiii "Weiss Boor is becoming n
popular drink his Rhino "Wino is tho
nun in tno city, ins, ijouis jieer
nlways ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
locuiou ai uio corner of Tenth. stroot nnd
Ynslilngton uvonuo, wberu nil lovora of
uood things to drink should call.
For Sale. A good open .buggy. Ap
P y to jame joitjittw, ritong VpoW
JoHB-lw.
THE RAIIiROAI) ELECTION,
TIIK OFFICIAL JIKSDLT THE'YOTK ON TIIK
HKVKItAL PROPOSITIONS HE8ULT IN TIIK
COUNTRT I'hliCINCTSi' 1
Tho following propositions woro sub
mitted by the county .cpurt to tho pcoplo
of Alexandor county, nt tho spoclal elec
tion held qn, the 3d of July last, viz:
' VmsT fhorolTioy.
For a special tux not to oxcocd thirty
flvo cents nnnually for twenty years per
hundred dollars valuation to pay tho In
terest on thovCalro nnd Vinccniti railroad
bonds, f i(
Against a special tax to pay tho Inter
est on the Cairo nnd Vinconnos railroad,
bonds. ' y '
SECOND rROPOHtTION. '
For tho salo of tho ono hundred thou-'
sand dollars Hook in tho Cairo and Vln
cennes railroad for flvo 'thousand dollars
(in Alexander county" bonds) to tho
Cairo nnd Viticcnnes railroad company.
Against tho sale of tho hundred thou-
sand dollars stock In tho Uulro and vin-
cennos railroad for flvo thousand dollars
In Alexander county bonds.
tiuud ntorosiTio.
For tho Isstilm: of tho county bonds to
tho Culro nnd Vlnccnncs railroad com-
;inny nt onco nnd placo them into tho
hands of tomo trust company or trustee to
bo handed ovor to said railroad whon
said road Is completed nnd a train of cars
havo passed over said railroad from Cairo
to Vinconnos.
Acninst tho issuing of tho bonds at onco
and placing thorn into tho bands of a trust
company or trustees.
FOUitTH rnorosiTiON.
For a snocial tax not to oxcocd thirty.
flvo touts nor hundred dollars valuation
annually for twenty vcars to pay tho In
terest on tho bbnds to bo issued to tho
Cairo and St. Louis, railroad compnny.
Against a special tax to pay tho intorcst
on tno bonus to uo issued to tno uatro anu
St. Louis railroad company.
TIIK RESULT.
Tho election rosultod as follows :
1st
2d
propo'n
4th
propo'n
lroo'n
propo'n
I'reclactj.
For
agit
For
ast
For
For
agt
North Cairo...
Houth Cairo..,
Dog Tooth....
Santa Fc.
tei
741
8
1
Ssl
3
1
5SI
745
745
15
6'
15
3
6
17
21
el
as
20
1
40
1
62
tiooso Islmid
5
34
34
49
4
1 heties
Clecr Cieek.
ci
143
3S
4
4
14
144
2
IS
Hai'.cwood '
39
Unity
20
25
Tut
Total..
153
33S11375
ItECAriTULATION.
For first proposition
Against
1,38
333
Maioritvfor 1,
For socond proposition 1,37
Against 340
Majority for
For third proposition.
Against ,
1,029
1,380
.142
Majority for 1,038
For fourth proposition 1,404
Agninst 2C0
Majority for 1,108
AUCTION SALE
OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE.
I will offer for sale, on Friday,
July 7, nt 10 o'clock A. M., at tho residence
of Mnthow Clarko, on corner of Twelfth
and Poplar atreots,-n largo assortment of
parlor, bedroom, and kitcbon furniture,
consisting of sofas, chairs, mirrors, carpets,
bedsteads, rauttrossos, pillows, bureaus,
knives nnd forks, cooking stove, etc. Also,
ono flno milch cow nnd calf will bo sold.
Salo posllivo nnd without icsurvu.
1). Hartmak, Auctioneer.
THE SAIL BOAT RACE.
IIKTWKK.V THE CAM1IRIA AND THE UN
NAMED THE CAMDRIA DEATEN IN
TERESTING" DETAILH.
On tho Fourth, n match was silled by
tho "Cambria," ownod by Mr. F. Oilman,
ono of tho employes of tho Illinois Cen
tral R. R., and tho now sailing boat, not
yet named, owned by Messrs. Baber &
Carpcntor, of this city. Thcso boats woro
built horo by their ownors, with tho hopo
that sailing may becomo a popular amuso-
mont with our citizens. Thoy aro models
of symmetry nnd beauty, nnd reflect groat
credit on their designers and.buildors. In
tho rigging nnd construction of tho "Cam
bria." Mr. French, 6f this city, rondorcd
valuablo nid, whilst for designs and much
assistanco in rigging, tho owners of
tho new boot acknowledge thoir ob
ligations to Fred. R. Kent, Esq., tho
popular agent of tho "Western Union tclo
grnph company. The match rctultcd In a
romplcto victory for tbo now boat, com
manded by Mr. Kont. Ho dfsplayod his
well-known nautical ability in his manage
ment, aud'notwlthstnnding tho gallant and
unceasing efforts of tho Cambria and hor
owner, tho now boat won a Dot 01 91 ta
tor Mr. BabcrJ Mr. Frank Hundloy
backed tbo Cambria for tho samo amount.
Soma of our citizens, who, by tho courtesy
of tho owners, participated in tho sport,
hugoly enjoyed thomsclvos.
St. N icholas. Day boarders can tc
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. Jnmos) nt $4 per
week. Tho house is at tho corner of Ohio
lovco und Eighth street, a central location.
and Is proprlotored by Hnny walker,
Who is nllyo to tho wants of his patrons.
Prtio3 desjring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry nt tho office.
moy3dtf
Shoes Warranted. Mr. Black of tho
City Shoo Storo, ngont for tho snlo of our
goiitlomcns', ladlos1 nnd misses' shoes, is
authorized by us to warrant all of our
shops bearing tho stamp of tho City Shoo
Storo, and to replaco with now ones all
shoos of our brand sold by him that may
rip. Brolaski & Co.,
jy-l-tf Shoo Manufacturers, St. Louis.
' Comk to Stay. Robert Bold has per
manently established a coal yard at Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purposo of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows at
till times, day or night.
je8tf CS. Hutchinson, Agont.
Wm. EitLEiti has tho best brands of
French calf, moroccos, kid, buckskin nnd
potent leathers, all of which ho will man
ufacturdllntd ttho latest stylo of boots nnd
shoes to suit tho iasto of any nnd nil his
patrons, jno'Jltf
6ANS I CANS 1 1 CANS 1 1 1 '
Five hundrod dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
(JANS AT TIIK NKW-YORK HTORF. at $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholesale and retail t
ivock in tho city.
UUJWLY Ai PATiMU
JULY 7, 1871
CIRCUIT COURT,
UOCEF.DINaS YESTERDAY CRIMINAL AND
LAW BUSINESS.
Tho court convened nt tho usual hour
yostordny morning, his honor, Judgo Ba
ker, presiding.
criminal side.
Tho caso of tbo pcoplo vt. Ueorgo
Shanks, chnrgod with assault to murder,
was Cnishod, tho jury reluming a verdict
of not guilty.
Tho pcoplo m. Frank White, chargod
with larcony. Jury out.
LAW RIDE.
Sarah J. Kurtz vs. Oertrudo V. Kurtx,
el ah; po till on to soil real cstato. Con-,
tinuod for stile and roport.
Luclan M. Wolcolt and Jno. Swasoy,
partners under tho name and stylo of Wol
colt & Swasoy, w. Jno. P. Glbsunj In as
sumpsit. Coutlnuod with ,leayo to make tbo
personal rcprosontatlvo, of JobnP. Olb
ton, deo'd, party deftfiidBnt'. Lansden for
plaintiff.
Joseph McKenzio rs. Jno. Johnson j in
assumpsit. Plaintiff takes a non-suit j
udgmont against tbo plaintiff for costs.
Albright for plaintiff.
Kato Cooper, executrix of tbo citato ot
Chas. Cooptr, decoasod, vs. Aloxandcr U.
mint replevin. Leavo clvon plaintiaw
amend declaration by ailing ulanK. ai
lon, Mulkoy & "Wheolor for plaintiffs;
Oroon A Ollbort for defendant.
Cordon R. "Woodward s. Jonathan W.
Steele, Chas. Dean and Henry Harms, un
dor tho firm namo of Steele, Dean 6c
Harms; in assumpsit. Defendants, Jona
than "W. Stoelo and Henry Harms each
called and mado default. M'Kcalg for
plaintiff.
Aucust Sumner vs. Joseph Arnold; re
plevin. Defendant called and mode d
fault; judgment against defendant for
costs. Allen. Mulkoy & Wheelor for
plaintiff.
William W. Thornton . Honry F.
Goody oar; assumpsit. Defendant called
and mado default. Orcen & Gilbert lor
plaintiff.
Meats. Tho ornnch meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
noxtdoor to tho grocery storo of James
Carroll, Is now In full blast, and this pop
ular butcher Is supplying all tho refined
meat caters of that portion of tbo Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you have
not tried htm glvo him a call. tf
Foil Exchanqe. An invoice of bats
and caps and othor merchandiso for
small house and lot in Cairo. For dosira
bio property will pay some cash differ-
once. Call at No. 140 Commercial avenue
Elliott, Haythorn & Co.
Some Distance. Tho number of
Chartor Oak Stoves mado and sold, last
year by tbo Excoistor Juanuiacturing
Company, if placod in a lino closo to
gether, would stretch out fr a dlstanco of
twolve miles. jy 3-d & w-1 w
Try It. Mrs. Whitcomb desires all to
try her syrup ; it is tho great children's
soothing romcdy, and sold at tho low
prico of 25 cents Jy C-d & w-1 w
Keep Cool. Retrigcrators, ico chests
water coolers, I X L Ico crenm freezers
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., at
JIKKRWAUT, OHTH & OO.'O,
my!8tf 13G Com. Ave.
St. Paul and return via Chicago, re-
turn via Dunlclth, $32.00.
Good for 30
days.
jylt3
for salo
Kindling. 600 " glass boxes "
at 5 cents each. W. W Thornton,
jo21tf.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
REWARD. 850.
The undersicned will liar EIFTY DOLLARS
REWARD tor lite return to hlai ol one kit ol
Moulder's Tools, or either of the tools, stolen
from ltcod Manu's foundry between baturday
evening last at 8 o'clock and Monday morning,
July 3d. The tools were manufactured by U. M.
atonic, anu near tnoir imprint, ana were marked
with the initials "L. B." H. O. UUICE,
nt Heed A Mann's Foundry.
Cairo, Ills., Julys, 1171. Jy7dlw
S. AVALTERS,
ctAiiaix
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot every descripUun,
LATH, SUINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commercial -a v, bot. 10th and lltli-sts.,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
lyTdtr
W.Btratton. T. Ulrd.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors to Blratton, Hudson A Clark.)-
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois.
tarAgent of American Powder Co., and mam
ufacturers Agents for cotton yarn. Jy7df t
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN
, OH
CHEAT SOCIAL EVILS AND AIIUSK8,
Which Intortero with marriage, with suro means
of rulisf for the erring and unfortunate, deceased
and debilitated. Mem In aealed'envelonos, freo of
charge. Address, Howard Hanltarv Aid Associa
tion, No. 2 Houth Nlulh-Bt., riilladelphie, l'a.
Jy7daw3m
ORDINANCE NO. 115.
An ordhmnco ta amend section t0 of ,"an ordl;
nancoto adopt tho ordinance of the illy or
Cairo as revised nnJooditlcd."
He It ordained by tho City Councilor the City of
Clr'
BacTioNl. That MeetionNo. !Uu of "an ordi
nance to, sulopt the ordinances or th City or
Cairo as teviaud and codified" bo amended uy
adding after' tho word "provision" In said sec
tion ihe words "or any. impure, unwholesome,!
adulteratea or diluted nillkV' I
.ApprovodJunemj.
Attest, M.J.Uowwr.CltfXlerk. itaoOJ
nOTCLN.
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntranco on BUth-at.,)
F. 3. Oakes,
It. 0. Cady.
K. II. LoJwIck
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
.
OAKES, CA UT CO. Proprietors.
SOUTHERN HOTEL,
Ohio Levee, between Blxlh nnd Kighlh street,
ui.uriiv mam Bivninuoai innuing,
CAIRO ILLS.
NEWI.V FITTED AND VURNI8IIKD,
Term), M per Buy.
Watch kept for ooals and trains night and day.
JeJl.ltf
WIIITR A I.YNDE.
iToprieiors,
. CENTRAL HOUSE.
Opposite tho rostofflrp, onBlith Hired Utween
naimngion ana iwmniorciai avenues,
CAIRO, ILLS.
This honse has been thorouahlr over-hauled.
refurnished and renovated, and la bow open for
the reception of guests. The rooms are all largo
Ma wen veniuaieu, anu iijaniiure nnw. naicii
kept night nnd day, M R3. OAVFNF.T,
jrtuii 1 jupncirvsv.
i
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
COMUERC'IAL-AVXNUE, OPl-OSITK r. O,
1.
CAIRO. ILLS.
iOBirn BAYL188, : : : : : momiKTOii.
Tuk IIouhe in Newly FuoMisnxo
And. offers to the public Orst-clsss actommods-
hdu m rvasvnMJiv nsn.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
ASD
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Caen nre led Atrcssae, p4Hille Elliot
a Haylleans'tj
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ready-Made.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies'
Hats and Bonnets of the latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGEE,
KIOHTH STREET, IlETWEEN WASHINOTOX
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
lias just received a full and splendid line of
NEW GOODS
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
SILK GIMPS,
BILK UALOON
GUIPURE LACES,
MOSS TRIMMINGS,
CROCKET BUTTONS
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full and complete stock or
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All ot which 1 ho proposes to sell at
TIIK VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
UENEBAL AGENT.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
!'!! ! ,1' I: l!'
i
.Ml i I .if (
MKHV1IANTN,
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And Agents of
Ohio IUer ! Kauawlm
COMPANIES'
70 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. II.MNOI8.
BEWlMfl MACHINE.
WANTED, AGENTS.
onth
provea vommwm "",",fT Ken
Machine. This ?' ,7'" VTmbrotder In a
tuck, bind, warn, c, hlv- ,y !. Fully
mostiuperior rnanaer. 'ay 11.000 for
wwranUd for flTOjeare. We ww "J,; boau
any machine that will new 'i. makes tho
d torma, apply o g'wERB CO,
iseBpruoaStrMt. PbilaMphla, Pa.
oautiowj-Do oot be Imposed upon by other
riSuerSrolUB ott worthless east Iron maehlnea
ISSLl tSrSfitMM tt otherwise. Our is the
wly Vu'" prsetlcai cheapmach
mantifaetured. apilOdSM
COMMMSIOMAJTB rOHWAHDINU.
CJiOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
ARO
UBAIiBEB I2ST LIMB
Cement, Plaster Paris,
AMD
PLASTERER'S II A I R,
Corner EAgfcUs Hireet nnd Oblo Levees
CAIRO, ILL.
PETER CUHL
aicLtuvt
FLOUR MERCHANT
AID
MILLERS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Lovce,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
jyl dtf
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MEEOHAKT,
No. 134 Commcrcial-avc.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
ASD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AXD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
J8 Ohio Lkyxe, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Successor to Parker ft PhllUs,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AXD
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AXD
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILL.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Riicccsbors to E. D. Hendricks Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
AXD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS,
CAIRO, ILL. I
vOr'SI.Iberal Advances made "Pf""BtV I
2 Consignments. S?VI '
Are prepared to receive, storo and forward .
freights to all points and buy and I
ell on commission, f
srilinlness attended to promptly.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE,
(Successor ol Ayers A Co.)
FLOUR
AXD
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
HEAL, EMTATE AtlEJfT,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AXD
AUCTIONERS,
74 (second floor) ohio lxtie,
cairo, ills.,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
PAINTER.
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do all kinds of plain and orna
mental PAINTING,
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
SION WRITINd, ETC.,
At figures which defy all eompetlon, and in the
highest style tf the painter's art.
SHOP IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
EIQIITII STREET.
VOAI. AND WOOD.
fTmT'wXriT,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
FM. WARD is propared to deliver the best
, Kiro Wood and utouo Coal
IN ANY PART OF THE CITT,
AnJ,lQ'ny quantity daflireil, on ihort noUc.,
COAL PEHVERED. AT 4.60 FZBTOH
n.miiK 1) . an n l n.lk AV I m .I...
two door above the ooruer of WglttU 6tt ai4
oommercisi avenue.

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