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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1871.
CURD'S RAILROAD CONNECTIONS.
TIMK TABLE Ol" THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL- R. II.
On and after Huhday, Msy 14th, 1871, tho follow-
tag ilme-table wilt govern tho arrival and depart
lira ttf paasmgcr train fit Cairo :
ftMi f-Mkll train, dally lMSp.m
Express, daily 2.41p.m.
Arri. -Mall, dally 3.30 a.m.
Express, dully, rxrept rlundny 3.3" p.m.
Although tl e re gulsr SI. lloul. irsln i 1"'n ',"
in Hi trains out ol Caim will Mvo Hirnh cars
r..r M. Louis, which will I taken IhWW 'frJ
llmp-ii n by the tralus eyi llie H lie""' I"'
rectaul dote connection will I" nude at I'u.
quoin, an I Dior will I tin c hange f cr from
(Jnito .. HI. Louis. Tli Ir.la leayinu Cairo at
11:41 l In. will hare through Ic-o.iiiK enr lor 81.
..Mi The attention of shippers l especial y
called lo ihefVt tl.sl Fruit Express train wl I
leave Cairo dally, Hslurdsy expected, nnd will
make ill. Mil from this oiy to Chicago In twenty,
two hur. JOHNSON, Agent.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Mr. Louis, Louihyillk, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, XV 1 ORK, JUOSTON,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Paasepger train arrive nt and leatc Cairo a fol.
low a I
Aaivi... 3HO a. in 3iU p.m.
Hrri.T. Ili43a.ui 2i4Bp.nl.
Both train Connect at Centrala wflh train on Ins
Feu. D-'Alnr, nioomlnglcn, El IV 1. Halle,
Mend-ta, pre1 port, llnlenu, Dubuque, ami
II points in Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin ami
Iowa. Ami with
Lines running East and West (or
Mi. Louis, pf ngfleld, Intlivllle,
Cincinnati, Indtanapolia, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Wayne
una unicago jianroau ior
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, lloston, Philadelphia,
NlagroFalli, Krie, llutlalo,
Mew York, Pittsburg, llalllmorc,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through ticket and Information, apply to
lllliola Central Railroad IMpot. '
W. P. JOHNSON,
Central Pa enger Agent, Chicago,
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
MOUND CITY AND CAIRO.
THE STEAMTUQ, CACHE
Capt. William II. Sandusky,
FOUK TRIPS EVERY DAY
CAIRO A.3STD ZMIZD. CITY
roov or siuhth srarr.T.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 P.M.
Leave Md. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At 2:30 P.M.
At C.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
BOX FACTORY, HAWK'S LAXUIXfl, KY,
MOUTH OF CACI1K, MARINE WAYS,
AND NAVY YARD.
The beautiful and llght-dratigni
JAMES FISK, JR.,
J xi ii n hmhirr Mivtor,
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
AT 6 o'clock, I'.M. ;
LEAVES PADUCA1I DAILY,
AT 9 o'clock, a.m.
aurllavrag superior accommodations the no
iieiti. public patronage.
Particular attention Is pMdtoool ection of
invoice cnarges, uui inn ooai win uoi no re upon
idlle for the same until collected.
win en a.m r.mcoiu.
AV.M. H. SCII UTTER,
Iiiiiirtrr mill Mliolcmilc ltnlcr in
TOBACCO &; CIGARS.
Agent for thu Umi brand of
CREAM AND ,STOUK ALE, .
Imported Aim of IHUVmit HIiiiIh.
75 Ohio Levee,
U CAIIIO, II.U.NOIf.
P. H. STOUKFLKTJI,
iicciMoa ivinr i fTwaii irii
Herllfyer nml YVIiolranlc llralcr n
1'orelKii unit luiurittlc'
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No, 78 Ohio Levke,
UrKixaritLu lluxk, CUKO, 1I.I.I.NUIB.
J K krri on hand conolantly u full m.ck of
IX i'ld Kentlieky llourUiu. Ure ani MunungH
tiu WhUkies, Vreoeli lltKivln, HoIIaihI (im,
halne and California Wines. Jitimif
R. B. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE PURNISHINO GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
Cr, SttVAl. KHd l'iaiBcrclalv,
mraran Towtli and
WTlAliea' ad children' lialr cut and shum
ced.i-illirt tlitfutionor at Ihdrown homia.
arnmllerneb'i whisker and hair dyed In a
MHi" 'Miurr. Batlatactlvn fiCWIUiltvd.
North, Threugn !nVZV'm
2:40 p.m. U;M p.m.
South, Way.'.'.'.'.' IMS p.m. U;Wp.m.
' TliroiiK'i N. O.i .Mem.
phiaanJ Culumbna 2:.1rt p.tn. 4:00 p.m.
Ohio Illrr rotile, (except .
MonUjI fsp.m. r. 00 p.m.
Iron MoiinlAin B. It 2:.Hia.in. lliiiup.in.
!li. Itlter route, Tuesday
and Friday c.uop.tn. Mmp.m.
Thebes, Goose Island A Hanta
Fe, Ills., Thursday A VtU
lay ; ft.OOp.m. 7:00a. m,
M.ijtld.l, llnudiiho nml
I.melaie, Ky 11:00a.m. 4:00 p.m
oi i ici. iiovns. ,
Orticrnl D.litiry 7ir.0n.in.
Money Onbr depaatmcnt M a.m. C.i)
lteglstor " ' " " 8.00 a.m. Mm p.m.
Money Order and Iteilslcr department', not
open on Hmulaya.
CAino;OnMpr.BT, No. 11. Staled Assembly
at theAsjIumMasonij llall, first ami third Hai
urdavs Inench mnnih.
CaiiioCoimil, No. 21, Regular Conrocatlonat
Masonic Hall, the second Friday Inench month.
Cairo Cnirrin, No. 71. SegularJ Convocation
at Masonic Hall, on the third Tuesday of every
Cairo Lonor., No. 237 V. A A. M Itegular Com.
munlcations'nt Masonic Hall, the. second nnd
fourth Mondays of each month.
Delta Loioit, No.tci K, A. M.itrnuinr Com
munications nt Masonic Hall arm ana tiiiru
Thursdays In each month.
Ai.rxAMr.B LoiHir., 621, Meets In Odd Fellow's
Hall.lnArter'a Ilulldlng, every Thursday .'.even.
Ing, at 8 o'clock.
I'libllkliiMl every morning, Moniliiy ex.
County court convenes on Monday
Judgo Uro3 Is negotiating for tho
lithographing of tho rnllrond bonds.
Dnys growing shorter nights longer
gas bills hoavior wenthor liottcr.
Lawyer Rutlor, of Murjihyaboro, has
boon in tho city for tho past two dnyii.
Tho thcromctor, from 8 n.m. until
midnight yesterday, ojclllatcd between 03
Tho MucWlmse.1 hog now onjoys ab-
sol u to freedom. It wallows at will, where
it will. Tire fa hog I
Mr. Paul Schuh find tho Turners who
accompanied him report a "high old timo"
during thoir recent visit to tho Cape.
Tho board of directors of tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad will meet in Jones-
boro, on tho morning of tho 13th inst.
Mr. It. Fitzgerald, wo hear It said
upon thu streets, has tendered to Sheriff
Irvln, his resignation as deputy and jailer.
All kinds of family groceries, at C. II.
Evnns' grocery store, west sidoof Wash
ington avenue, between Eighth nnd Ninth
Ellon Lano, a colored fomalc, shot off
her mouth In an nbusivo manner, nnd fell
Into tho hands of Myers. Paid llross $5
mid tho trimmings for tho luxury.
Charloy Thrupp, with his assistants,
lcavo to-day for Uallnrd county, prepara
tory to surveying nnd locating tho pro
posed junction railroad.
-Henry Humphrey, picked up ns a
"vng," but furnlehod evidunco that provod
him to bo tho most industrious man In tho
Henrv Lester triod tho speed of his
horsu on tho street, nml wus ''gobbled"
by Myers ami taken before 'Squlro Dross,
l'nld $5and tho perquisites fur tho sport.
Miss KUlo Miller, otherwise "Swamp
Angel," was gobbled by Myors and Ar
nold yesterday, for residing within tho
walls of a bagnio. Fined and paid.
Do yon want uxeollcnt coffee, sugar,
nyriip, mackerel, butter everything kept
In a llrst-elats family urocury storo t Uo
to O.ll. Evans' jyS'Jt
Mrs. Weill, n widow woman, who
kept tho saloon and grocery udjolnlng tho
storu of Tuber llros., died yesturduy after
noon of typhoid fovcr. She leaves several
Our young friend C. H. Evans, has
ojienotl a llM-class family grocery store,
on tho west sido of Washington avenue,
betwt'on Eighth and Ninth street!.
iludgo Jlross proposes that tho county
court and city council, in joint session,
shall determlnu the iniinuerof tholssuaneo
of tho bonds to tho Cairo and St. Louis
railroad, llu promises to abide by tho
conclusions which may bu thus reached.
In tho circuit court, yesterday, i'red-
urick Johnson was convicted of burglary,
and sentenced to two years at Juliet. A
lellow named Martin, for stealing a puir
of shoes from Dan Hartmun, was sentenced
to a short term in tho county jail.
Tho Excelsior saloon, on tho corner of
Fourteenth street and Washington nvo
nuo, is supplied with beer as cold as an Ar
tie Iceberg, and with cigars, spiritous
liquors, and wines of tho vory best quality
lllankcnberg invites thu public to drop in
and see him.
Herman Helncke, when last hoard
from, Uvo years ago, was in Cairo, engage
in tho saddlery and liarnossbuslncss. Ills
brother, Charles L. Hoincko, Is In thocityi
from Sacramento, Oil,, in search of him
nnd will bo thankful for any Information
relating to him. Mr. C. L, II. Is stopping
nt Henry DSnklos.
An oxchnngo calls gas bills tho hoavy
charge of tho Light llrlgulo. Wo ilnd
them to be tho heaviest charges made up
on our purse, nnd sometimes wo sigh for tho
"nudo" oil with Which Aldorman Winter
proposed, to cheaply light tho city.
Thoro Is only ono night pohcoman on
duty now Sumnor. This force is alto
gether insufllclcnt to tccure rmonublo
protection to thojproperty of citlzons, and
yet tho council hesitates to fill tho vacan
cies on tho force. Tho mayor persistently
nominates and tho council as persistently
refute? to confirm.
Con Bryce, who was attacked and
tubbod a fow nights since, by a gnng of
mnratiders 1. lt.l.... t.. n i i.
...i.ti in w ,).vv;ui iuuii uuiiui-
Hon, )hh tho chances rq;ftlnH his rocov-
cry. Tho knlfo penetrated tho lungs and
Intornnl homorrhngo is fenrcd. Wo have
boon requested, In this connccticn, to stale
that Mr. Ilrvco was not armed when at
tacked, and did not apprehend any vlo
Tho prcsont city government has been
In powor now ncarlv four months. Dur
ing that timo thoro havo been more nrresU
mado by tho police, nnd fewer robberies
havo boch committed, than during the
samo timo in sovornl years. last past
Scrip has been brought from fi5e on tho
dollar to par, and $7,103.10 more than
tho expenditures havo been collected,
In short, everything Is lovely and the mu
nicipal gooso hangs high. -
Tho troubles in Paris havo nt last sub
slued, and win. htilors lias received a
largo invoico of "Jodat" nnd "Mcrciar'
French calf skins two of tho best brands
made, which ho is ready nnd willing to
manufacture into boots and shoes, for any
nnd all persons who nro willing to pay thu
highest cash prices. His shop is on 20th
stroct, opposito tho oourt houso hotel.
Mr. Matthew Clark, for many years
a resident cf this city, left last night for
St. Loulsrwhcro ho intonds to rcsidoin tho
future. Tho best pooplo of Cairo will re
gret to loam of Mr. Clark's departure.
Wlillo among us ho won tho csjeeni of nil
with whom ho had nny dcnlings for his
honcsly,"cnpabiliIy nnd manliness; nnd wo
join in common with his friends In wish
ing him in his now homo that mood of
success, which his many good qualities of
head and heart entitle him to.
Keep pushing, 'tis wiser
Than setting nsido.
And dreaming and sighing,
And waiting tho tldo.
In lifo's earnest battlo,
Thoy only provnll
Who daily march onward,
And never say fall. Exchange.
Which is why wo remark,
And our lanugo is plain,
That If fato knocks you down,
You should got up ngnln.
Ycstordny wo had bluo blazes in the
Tho bnrbor shop of Qus Hime, on'Sev
onth street, betweon Commercial nvonuo
nnd Ohio lovce, has becomo n plnco of
popular resort, visited by nil persons who
know how to npprcciato u close nnd de
llclous shave. (Jus Is u master in his pro
fession, and employs only tho most skill
ful of workmen. His razors aro nlwnys in
order, his towels faultlessly clean nnd his
shop tho neatest nnd most comfortnbloJn
tho city. Give Gus a call, nnd cxpcrioncc
his skillful manipulations of your benrd
nnd you will know what tho pleasures of
n flrst-clnsi shnvo arc.
In tho item about the sail-boat raco on
tho Fourth, published In tho Bulletin,
Mr. Frank Hundley was represented ns
having bneked tho Cambria to tho extent
of 5175. The item was handed in to this
paper nt n Into hour, and was published
without a careful pcrusul of Us contents ;
for none know better than ourselves that
Mr. Hundloy is not tho kind of a young
man, who bets on boat, or any other kind
of races. Wo mako this correction and
explanation because, it is duo him, and
without anv solicitation from linn what
William Alba's harbor shop is grow
ing in public favor every day. It is neatly
fitted up, nnd can boast of tho most amif
full workmen in tho city. Tho proprietor
has had many years' experionco in his bus
iness nnd is rccognizod ns ono of tho most
uxpert shavers In Southern Illinois, while
young Alba is a master in his profession
Citizens nnd strangers who wish a pain
less shave, a luxurious champoolng, or
their hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronlzo Alba. His shop is on Washing
ton avenuo next door to Hannon's news
Thunderbolt Winter, ono of thu alder
men from tho second ward, declares that
tho freedom of hogs from pons In Cairo Is
absolutely necessary to tho preservation of
tho health of tho city. Stnco tho pound
system was inaugurated unmistakublo
symptoms of cholora havo been discovered
by him in several parts of tho city. Ho
soys that on yesterday several infants
were nttnckod by tho disease, nnd that, if
tho hogs aro not all released immediately,
strong men will next fall victims to tho
powor of this dreadful allliction. Tho
board of health will pica so take notice of
this timely warning.
At n recherche gathering In a town near
Cairo, a fow evenings since, a party at
tho tublo were engaged in discussing tho
speeches tind uttornnces of prominont
American pollticans. Tho range of tho
discussion widened, and ono of tho partic
ipants suggested tho famous oration of
Mure Antony, on tho death of CVscr, as n
inodol in its way. A member of tho party
spoko up and suld that ho "had novor read
any of Antony's speoches j in fact did not
know him and Inquired whether "ho was
a northern or southern man." A profound
silence ensued and Marc Antony was
Tho following Is tho lesult of Iho ro
ccnt gamo plnyed at Mound City botween.
tho Deltas of Cairo and tho Pastime of tho
former city. A enroful study of tha scoro
leads us to remark that prnetlco at
pins for a while, might Improve tho Cairo
(Vlioi ncll, l I
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3 3 Howie?, v f
'i I llheutiiu,2d li
. 1 6 Kami, v
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.... 1 4
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.... 3 3
... 4 0
K Sullivan, c L
Kl.lrcd.2d b 1
Applegate, r f 2
ll'iulhVc I.. 3
Wilson, 1 f U
J hulllvun, 3 b a
Wull, a a 3
4 Howies, l f
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Tho unnamed tall-boat, tho winner nf
the Fourth of July race, was built in this
city by Messrs llabor nnd Carpenter, and
is pronounced by pnrtioi, ntt ait in things
nautical, to bo an excellent spcclinon of
workmanship. Tho lenirlh ol keel is 21
feet; breadth of beam, 7 feet 21 inches;
depth of hold, 27 inches; contru bwird, ft
feet long, and carries 00 yards ol canvass,
Tho builders, who aro tho proprietors pro
poso to dispose of her in this way ; Pour
clubs nro to bo formod of ton mem
bers each ; each member of each
club, to subscribe tan dollars, whlcli will
Insure thu subscriber for four cbauccs.'
When tho four clubs nro formod tho draw
ing will tnko plnco, nnd, will bo governed
by tho sumo rules and regulations attend
ing all ordlnnry loltorMraulngs. It Is
understood that ench subscriber to n club
draw for tho club to which ho belongs,
and not for himself individually, Tho
boat will bo on exhibition at tho lovio ev
ery sailing, or windy day, nnd nn invita
tion Is cxtonded to tho public to visit) her
nnd enjoy n frco ride.
Ftr.VKitAi. Notiok. Tho frlondi nnd nc
ncqunlnlnnccs of tho Into Mrs. Augusta
WchI, aro respectfully Invited to attend
her funeral from tho foot of Eighth street
nnd Ohio Levee, this nftornoon at half
past ono o'clock. A special trnlu will
convoy tho remains to Villa Rldgo at that
Adjourned r. irul.tr mirtiiK of the Hoard of Al
Uei men ...
Ciisca ( iHMnrit. ( Aiuo, III., i
July li, 1971,
Aldorman Kcarden In tho Chair.
Prosont Aldermen Kleb, Roardcn,
ScasoStratlon, Swaync, Waldor nnd Win
Absent Aldermon Budor, Carroll,
Cunningham, Fitzgerald and Mctcnlf 5.
Upon Its second reading, " An Ordi
nance In rofurenco to tho Pollco Forco."
Aldormnn Winter moved to ndont. CarJ
rlcd. ns follows: Ayes Kleb, Roardcn
Sense, Strntton. Swnyne, Waldor nnd
Winter 7. Nny 0.
Alderman Budor npponrcd In his scat.
Tho City Marshal, to whom wcro ro-
forrcd tho sovcral bills of tho Cairo City
Gat Company, nmounting to $94.95, for
gas consumed nt tho different Firo Engine
houses and Council Chamber to Juno 1st,
roportcd tho tamo back as correct, oxcept
tho ''Arab's " bill, which did not corres
pond to tho itatomcnt of tho motrc.
Alderman Winter moved to allow tho
bills. Carried by tho following voto:
Ayes Buder, Kleb, Rcardtn, Scaso,Strntr
ton, .Swnyne, Wnlder nnd Winter 8,
OKDIXANCK COMMITTEE ItEI'OKT.
ThoOrdlnnnco Committee, to whom was
referred tho bill for on ordinanco entitled
"An Ordinanco to proYcnt tho running nt
largo of cows nnd goats, and for other pur
poses," for amendment, reported tho samo
back, amended tho ordinanco ns amend
ed being as follows :
An ordinnnco to proront tho running nt
Inrgo of cows nnd goats, and for other pur
poses. lie illrdained bg the City Council of the
cit of .Cairo:
Sec: 1. That it shall not bo lawful for
any goat to run at largo within tho limits
of tho said city of Cairo, nnd nny person
bolng tho owner of nny goat, or having
chnrco or control of tho samo ns nucnt or
otherwise, who shall permit such goat to
run at lnrgo in any street, avenuo or pub
lic ground of said city, shall forfeit and
pay to said city n sum not less than flvo
dollars nor moro than twonty-flvo dol
lars for each nnd ovory offense.
NEC it sunn not oo inwiui tor any
cow to run nt lnrgo upon tho streets or
avenues of the city during tho night-time,
or to stand or remain at any timu upon tho
sidewalk in front of lots, lrontlngor abut
ting upon tho streets or avenues of tho
city, and nny person boine; tho owner of
nny cow or having charge or control of
too samo as ngent or otherwise, who snail
permit such cow to run at larco during tbo
night-time, or to stand or remain upon tho
sidewalk in tront oi lots ironunjr or uout
tlng upon tho itrccts or avenues of said
city, snail forfeit and pay to said city n
sum not less than 11 vo dollars nor moro
than twonty-llvo dollars for each and ov
Sec. 3. All tho provisions of An Ordi
nnnco entitled An Ordinanco to rostrain
hoes from running nt largo within tho
limits of tho city, and numborod 113, bo
and tho samo nro hereby re-enacted nnd
mauon pnrtoi thuoruinnnce.
Skc. 4. It shall not bo lawful for any
cow, goat, horse, mule, ox, bull, sheep or
swino lo wear a boll within tho limits
of said city; nnd nny person being tho
owner of any said animals, or having
chargo of tho satno as agent or othorwiso,
who shall permit thorn or nny of thom to
wear a boll within tho limits of said citv.
shall forfeit and pay to said city a sum not
less man uvo uoiiars nor moro than
iwoniy-nvo uoiiars lor oacn nnd ovory
oucnsu, nnu in nuuuion ten dollars Tor
each nnd ovory day nny such animal shall
contlnuo to wear such bell aftor tho first
conviction for such offenso under this or
dinanco. Providod, howovor, that tho
woarin-j of any boll by any horso or inula
when in harness nnd attached to any
vehicle, shall not bo considered ns a viola
tion of this ordinnnco.
Alderman Winter moved that tho re
port bo rcceivod nnd tho ordinanco Ho
over for n second rending. Carried.
Aldorman Strntton moved a reconsider
ation of tho roto takon nt tho last meeting
of tho board tabling an ordinanco entitled
"An ordinance to amend ordinnnco No.
4!)." Carried, Uvo votlntr nvo. navs 3.
Aldorman Winter now moved to refer
tho ordinanco back to tho Ordinanco Com
mlttco with Instructions to amond tho or
dinanco so ns to provido moans to rcmovo
tho garbngo and offal reforrcd to in tho
ordinanco at tho oxpenso of tho city. Car
On motion of Alderman Budor tho
Bonrd thereupon adjourned.
Al. J. JIowLKY, City Clork.
Howe's Sewinu Machine. Having
leased tho cornor room of tho Athona;um
building, I shall oxpect to bo able to kcop
nn hand n good assortment of machines.
Parties desirous of gottlng machines would
do well to call and sco what ours will do
boforo buying. Machines sold on monthly
Installments, nnd old ones taken nt their
vnluo In exchange All machines war
ranted flvo years. To produco tho sew
ing machlno was tho study of Ellas Howo,
Jr., twonty-flvo yoars ngo. Ho gavo to
tho world tlo first sowing machlno ovor
Invented. Wo now otfor his last produc
tion. Cull and oo us on Commercial nv
enue, corner room of tho Athonteum build
ing. J. C. Hays, Agent for Company.
Come to Stay. Robort Rcld has per
manently established n conl ynrd nt Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purposo of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows nt
all tlmo3, day or night.
Jo8tf O.S. Hutchinson, Agent.
Foit Exchanoe. An Invoico of hats
and caps and olhor morchnndlso for a
small houso and lot In Cairo. For deslrn
blu property will pay somo cash differ
ence. Call nt No. MO Oommorclnl avenue
Elliott, IUythorn J .
Great Excitement. Tho city has"
boon ngltntcd during tho past wook on tho
subject of tho oxcellent St. Louit Boor,
Wolss Beer, Rhino Wlno, nnd splendid
clgnrs for into nt Chnrloy Schonomoyor's
snloon. His Wolss Boor is becoming n
populnr drink bis Rhino Wlno,, Is tho
best In tho city, his St. Louis Beer
nlwnys ico cool. Tho Egyptlnn Saloon is
locnted nt tho cornor of Tenth ttroot nnd
Washington nvonuo, whero nil lovort of
eood things to drink should call.
Rkliaiile and Safe. Dr. Henry
Root nnd Plunt Pillt aro mild nnd plonso
nnt In their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Bolng on
tlrely vegctnblc, they can bo taken with
out regard to dlot or business. Thoy
arouso tho livor and tocrctivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off dlsoaso with
out exhausting or debilitating thu system
Try them nnd you will bo satisfied
Prlco'JS cents a box. Sold by druggists
nnd dcnlors In modlclno ovorywhoro.
Prepared by tho Grufton Mcdicino Co., St
ajouib, mo, myiKim
A slnglo trial will convlnco tho mot
skeptical of tho efflcancy of HELM-
HOLD S GRAPE PILLS in sick or norv
ous headache, jaundico, indigestion, con
stipation, dyospepsln, bllllousncss, llvor
complaints, general debility, etc. No nau
sea, no griping pains, but mild, pleasant
and snfo In operation. Children tako them
with impunity. They, nro tho best nnd
most reliable. HKLMUOLD'S EX
TRACT SARSAPARILLA crcatoi now,
fresh nnd hcalthv blood, beautifies tho
comploxlon, nnd imparts a youthful np-
penrnnco, uiipcinng pimpics, uiotcne,
moth Ipntchcs nnd nil eruptions of tho
St. N icuolas. Day boardort can to
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
wook. Tho houso is at tho corner of Ohio
lovco.and Eighth street, a central location,
nnd is proprlctorcd by Hnny Walker,
who is alivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn torms on Inquiry nt tho office.
Shoes Waiiranted. Mr. Black of the
City Shoo Storo, agent for tho salo of our
gontlemons1, ladies' and misses' shoes, is
authorized by ut to wnrrant all of our
shoes bearing tho stamp of tho City Shoo
Storo, and to rcplaco with now ones nil
shoes of our brand sold by him thnt may
rip. Brolahki & Co.,
jy-l-tf Shoo Mnnufncturori, St. Louii.
Wm. Eiilers has tho best brands of
French calf, moroccos, kid, buckskin and
patont leathers, all of which ho will mnn
ufacturo Into tho latest stylo of boots and
shoes to suit tho tasto of any and all his
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS! 1 1
Fivo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK BTOKF, at $1.00
per dozen. Lnrgcst wholesalo and retail
stock in the citv.
Grkkly & Patier.
Some Distance. Tho number of
Charter Oak Stoves mado nnd sold last
year by tho Excelsior Manufacturing
Company, if placod In a lino closo to-
golhor, would stretch out for n distance of
twolve milos. Jy 3-d & w-1 w
Tut It. Mrs. Wnltcoinb desires nil to
try her syrup; It Is tho great chlldron't
soothing remedy, and sold at tho low
prico of 25 conts Jy C-d it w-1 w
Kkkp Cool. liefrlgorators, ico chests
water coolers, I X L Ico cream frcczors
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
tcroons, otc, otc, nt
BEEBWART, ORTH & CO.'S,
myl8tf 13C Com. Ave.
For Sale. A good open buggy. Ap
p.yto James Johnson, StonoDopot.
Kindlino. 500 11 glass boxes " for tale
at B cents each. W. W. Thornton.
Office of Iho Cairo and 81. Louts Ilailroad Co., )
uairu, ins., juiy t, joii. j
A moetlni? of the directors of this nAmnanv will
bo keld on Thurasay, the 13th Inst., at 8 o'clock
a.m., at tho hotel in the city of Joncsboro, In
Union county, Illinois.
U. 8TAAT3 TAYLOR.Pre atdent.
The undersigned will pay FIFTY JXJ,LAKS
REWARD lor the return to him ot ono kit . ol
Moulder's Tools, or either of the tools, stolon
from Kced A Mann' foundry between Saturday
evening last nt 6 o'clock and Monday morning,
July 3d. The tool were manufactured by CM.
Montr, and bear their imprint, and were marked
with the Initial "L. D." H. 0. 1IUICE,
at Read A Mann's Foundry.
Cairo. HI., Julys. 1871. Jy7dlw
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To M. H. Rawlins t Your are hereby notified
that at a aale of real estato mde by the sheriff of
Alexander county at the door of the court house.
In the town of Cairo, county of Alexander, and
stale ol lUinela. on tha 7tl darot Juu, A., It,
WO. U, w. Mckoalg purchaaadthe followlugde.
cribed real estate, situated in said counly, for
the taxes, Interest and coat duo thereon tor the
year A. I). ISM, to.wit : Fractional K. M of Sen
lion Two, T. 17, 0. It. I V., In the name of M. M,
Ilawlings, and lliattli laldO. If, McKealg has
assigned all his right under said purchase to the
underaifned l and that the time allowed by law for
tho redemption oi said real estate will, expire on
thq 27th day ol June, 1(72. '
Juno SO, 1871.
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To M. M' Ilawlings: You are 'horcby notified
that at a sale of real estate made by the sheritt of
Alexander conniy at tha door oi the court house,
In the town of Cairo, county of Alexander and
atatool Illinois, on the 271b day ol June, A, 1),
1870, C. Wlnaton purchased the following de
scribed real estate, situated in ssld county, for the
taxes, interest and cost due thereon, for tho
year A. Di 1170, t Tltl "fractional N. Koeo. 1, T.
17, ti. R. 1 W aaaesaed In name of M. M. Raw
lings, and that aald O. Winston ha assigned all
his right under said purchase to tha undersigned;
and that the time allowed by law tor the redemp
tion of said real estate will expire on the 27th
Juno 30, 1S71. JjlUil
II. A. II A N N 0 N,
Wholesale and Retail
ROOKSKLI.KR, STATIONK R,
Sheet Music, Picture Frames; Moulp
No. 12G, Commorcinl-avenuo,
flteamers annulled with office stationer'
and dally papctn stamped to order day tail night'
CORNER HIXTH ani WALNUT-ST.,
(Enlranco on Hlxth at.,)
F.J. Oaks, O
H. O.t'.idy, i- CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II, I.odwlcs, J
OAKE-?, CADr A CO. Proprietors.
Ohio l.evre, between Sixth and Kighlh streets,
opposite main steamboat landing,
NEWI.Y FITTF.D AND FURNISHED,
TersiiH, tt'J per Dny.
Watvh kepi for boats and trains night and day.
leildtf WHITE A I.YNDE,'-
Opposite the Postolllre, on Hiith Street between
Washington and Commercial avenues,
Thl house ha been thoroughly over-hauled,
refurnished and renovated , and is now open for
the reception of guests. Tho rooms aro all large
and well ventilated, and.fnahituro new. Hatch
kept night and day, TMIW. OAFFNF.Y,
COMMERCIAL-A VENUE, OPPOSITE P, 0,
josxrn uaylish, : ,
Thb Houbb is Newly Furxisued
And offers to tho public first-class aicommoda
tlona al reasonable rale.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Ctkuaereltl Awessue, opposite Elliot
, Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ready-Mad.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies'
Uatt and Bonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
EIGHTH HTRKET, IIETWKKN WASHINOTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Has Just received a full and splendid line of
SILK OA LOON
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSn AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full aud complete stock of
Millinerj' and Fancy Goods,
All of which she proposes to sell at
THE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And Agents of
Ohio Klver and liana wlsa
70 Ohio Levee,
Cjeventy-dve to two hundred dollar per month
kj everywhere, male ana remaie, 'H.""r.V;Hi,.no
licnilino Improved Common Bene Family ?.ew,,Dp
Machine. Thl machine will stitch, btm, fell,
tuck, bind, braid, cord, quilt and eeibiMttlau
most superior manner. Price only i v "'!
warranted for live year. We will PVtV"'
any machine thatwlll cw a stronger, more beau,
tlful or more elastlo seam than oars. It make tne
..IBI..S). v - -a. tu ii -a. at wj.w AAAnri titan ran
be cut, Md still tha cloth cannot
Wiuiout vein ok o ,,Y",l ,TZZCZ. X 1!
month nU exptnMfl, or commlwlon from which
and tr., apply to oraddr.. ,
lUDnn,MMn.t. Phllutalnhll. P
Cavtioii. Do not be Imposed upon by other
ptxitle palming ott worthless cast Iron machine
Ubaer uie Biua naiua wi v.m. wu.b
only genuine and really practical cheap inaehlne
COMMISSION AND rOUWAHDINM.
DBALBES I2nT lillvCE
Cement, Plaster Paris,
. PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner ElRhlh Ntreel ami 4hlo l.evre
No. 80 Ofiio Levee,
Orders lollcltod nnd promptly flllod.
H. M. HULEN,
G ROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Coiinnercial-ave.,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
S8 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN R. PHILL1S,
(Successor to I'nrker ft Willll,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS .t CO.,
(SiiM-e-or to E. U. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
jKSfct.lUral Advarxo made upon,
Are prepared to receive, storo and forward
freight lo all points and buy and
ell on commission.
Wlluslne.s attended lo promptly.
(Successor ol Ayers A Co.)
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
M (HECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVKK,
Ruv and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kinds,
CARL L. THOMAS,
1 prepared to do all kinds of plain and orna
KALSOMININO, PAPER HANGING
8JON WRITtNO, ETC .,
At Iguret which defy all competion, aud In the
highest stylo tf the painter's art.
SHOP IN THE .PERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
THE BRIDAL' OHAMJJERJ
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN
GREAT SOCIAL EVILS AND ABUSES,
Which interfere with marriage, with sure moan
of relief for theerringand unfortunate, dlHased
and debilitated. Bent in sealed envelop;, free,,,,
charge. Addre, Howard anlarr Aid Ao
(ion, no. auoiitn niuui-si,, f-iuHuvipuitra. V'"J