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....trIH ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. H
0 .IJ-mUs will govern tho etrl.al and .lepari-
1 , Mtottr trains l Cairo i
r.-'fmln.l.Hr '211 urn
Kiprc.s.dsily - -'
.Mil, dally 3J.n.
. nMKh II Wil.r nt. l.oni. imln "" 011
,M ir.ln. nul of Cairn will "" ll.fRh
Em., which iVn I'"""'
, , io it lT ll.elri.ln. on the Hollo. ill road. Dl
12 a I eU connection .Hi I made .1 D...
.i. and there will " " ,"n,, of CM from
I? , !!. The train testing Cairo at
', n,nThVll"nl.Pi of shippers I especially
'""i r ii.. fot lh Krlllt Express train will
iToVliro d.ilr.urd.ys -ltI, will
l ,l r in fnim " CM 10 uincago " iw emy
"yl'It'KKST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K
tir. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
t'AOO, .WEW 1 OltK, JJOiTO.V,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
p(grrtralnarrl t nnd Ica.c Cairo hi fol
31.10 a in,
h ih lrln connect at Centralla wllh Irnln on tho
luvstur. Illonmingicn, r.i rao, j.apai.e,
Y.D,Ma, Fri'fporl. Galein, Dubuque, iiu.l
,11 mints In Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin mm
Iowa. Ami with
Lines running Ea.t an J Went for
it, tyiiili Pfrngfield, I.niila.lllo,
C,ncmn..'l, In,JnH'. Columbus.
InJUChiOgowi"' Michigan Central. Michigan
SoGlherS. n.i IMt.b.irg. Fort Wayne
MlCntciOT Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleteland, Dunkirk.
.MBr ISOMOD, I'liiiaiicnilllH,
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AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tickets and Information, apply to
llliaols Csnuid Railroad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
Ceoersl Passenger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
THE STEA1M TUG, CACHE
Capt. "William II. Sanduskv.
FOUR TRIPS KVER.Y DAY
CAlUO -2STJ3 CITY
rwt nr (luiiiu unit.
At 1 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 P.M.
Leavk Mr. Citv,
At 8.30 a.m.
.. '30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
BOX FACTORY, HAWK'S LANDINO, KY
MOUTH OK CAC1IK, MAUINK WATH,
AND NAVY YAHD.
CAIRO AN' I) l'ADUCAH
wjjrJk The U'Jutlful and liKht-ilrailKni
JAMES V1SK, .1R.,
lkjk.n hniMtr, Mnster,
LEAVES CAIKO DAILY,
AT ft O't L' h, I'.M. J
LEAVES l'ADUCAH DAILY,
Ar 9 i.'Cl' k, A.M.
e"IIrrajntffrior accommodatioiiH .lie so
itClts public 'llrOD.U'C
Trticulr ltf ntion is paid to col ection of
mfun-rriutrrf1, Lui no noai w in no. no resui!1
tilh tor Hie ,ame until collcvtml.
HI.M.S AM) I.IUCOUh
W.M. II. SC11UTTEU,
Importer mid WIioW-miIp Ilralcr lit
TOBACCO & CXG-JEiS.
Atnt for tho bent brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALU,
Inportni A lei. or nillerent HIihIh.
75 Ohio Lev eh,
CAIKO, I.I.I MM."'.
M . STOUKl'liKT II,
U'CtUMt l-Ollin A STiTklllTII
Btflllyrr nnU Mk.1cmi1. lieuler u
I'orelKii unit lioint'stle
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvf.k,
fcfitflLb Itu!., UMUl), II.I.IMHS.
H lit! '" l11"' ewisiantly a
w,"rklM. Froneli llruiaies,
Aib, kb.l 1.1.1... i ,i
full Hi.i'k ol
llOllalnl I, Ml,
HOTJBE mKwiUKQ HOODS,
1RT. 1G7rw ..!. , .
- vwiiuiHjitiai Avenue
.-"AJ"iuiA.jsiji; jlai mit
Vmr. tJttH..n...i . .
SSrUillcV n,i children's hair cut and i,ain.
KKd, either at Hie shop or at llnir own homos,
2.lln.tn, 2.ihJ p.m
2.-20 p:m. Ilifnip.m.
Soitlli, y - i
.. Through .V. ., ''"
,,l,Hni..l Oiliiml'U a::i-lp.m.
, Hii) r-"1
rilun liner roinf, v'""-'r-
i '.;") j.m.
I, nit .Mountain K. H
Mla. Hi T route, iiie"""
Tliehea, (loom. Iflatnl A Hanla
IV, III'.. ThlirK'lay A I
day I C:(iOp.m.
.Mil) Hi 1 1, Illnndril.c nad
I oi i-lr, -, Ky 1 1 ;) rv.lil.
General Delivery "imn.in.
(SiimlayH 8 to'J a.m.)
Money OrilrtlcpMtiiitnt S.w a.m. r..oo
Urclfter " ' " " f.mi a.m. MO p.m
Money Older and Itfjluur ilepartmenli not
open on Hniiday,
iNmi'CMM.Mirui. No. IX Stated Afemldy
BltheAjlnmMaoni) Hall, first ami third Ba;.
urdava in each month.
CaihoOii ncii, No. lit. Ilcgiilar Convocation at
Majonlc Hull, the necond rrldny In eacu monin.
L'auo CiiaI'tiii, No. 7I.-,.tc)jiilarJ.Convoctttlon
at Masonic Halt, on (lie third Tuesday of every
Caiho Innr, No.M7 1'. AA. M llcRiilar Com.
miinlcalions'At Masonic Hall, llio second nnd
fourth Mondays of each innntli.
Dilta Loiiar, No.W.5 K. A A. M. Itcgiilnr Com-
munlcfllioiis nt Masonic U all Mrst ana tliira
Thursdaya in encli month .
ALEiANnr.it IiODiir, 221, Meets In Odd Fellow's
Hsll, In Artir's llulldliiK, u cry Thursday ,t en.
ins, nt 8 o'clock.
1'iilillNtiril every moriilni;, Iomliiy ex
In tho contest for county treasurer
nnd nssessor this full a "citizens' ticket"
might have a wlioleiomo result.
A now roof Is being put upon tho cas
Only a few jail birth now roost on tho
watchful cyo of Mcllnle.
Tho sudden death of Mrs. YVohl linn
cratcd considenblo excitoincnt in tho
Licenses duo to tho city must bo paid
instantcr, or olso tho city officers will bo
after tho delinquents.
Yesterday was ShnuncssyV police day,
mill not ono ollcndur against the ordi
nances of tho city uppoarod before his
All kinds of family grocorios, nt C. II.
Evans' grocery store, west sidoof "Wash
ington nvenue, botwocii Eighth nnd Ninth
The Mound City Pntrivt calls Davis,
of tho Shu, "tho Cairo Apollo." Ho in
rather handsome ; but, thou, ho can't help
it. It's nalur'.
Twenty-flvQ doubk-tcnm wagons,
loaded with country produce, wero brought
from Missouri yesterday to this city on
Chief Myers has hU cnglo eye on fust
drivers, nnd is apparently resolved that
tho nmuscmeni felmll bo niado cxpensivo to
thoso bloods of tho city who persist in in
dulgin in it.
A juint meeting of tho city council nnd
tho county court will hu held on Tuesday
evening next, to decide upon tho mnnnor
of issuing tho bonds voted to tho Cairo nnd
St. Louis railroad company.
Do you want excellent coffee, sugar,
syruj), mackerel, butter everything kept
in n first-class family grocery storo? Go
to 0. II. Evans' " jy82t
Tho L'rnnd lurv mtidua Icnirtliv rnnnrt
on the county jail and tho condition of the
court-houso yard. Thoy recommended tho
construction of a new prison house and tho
filling of tho court-houso yard.
Lcn Faxon, the sarcastic cuss of tho
I'udttcah Kenluekian, calls Jus "tho hand
somest man In Illinois." If wo were not
too dignified to quote the language of II.
Greeley wo would retort, '-You lie, you
villain, you lio I'' There, now.
It is said, that the Cincinnati chamber
of commerce have made t-oiue kind of a
contract with ion. llurnsidc, by which ho
obtains a subscription of a quarter of n
million of dollars to the Cairo and Yin-
Our young friend ('. H. Evans, lias
pencil a nr.l-ciin-n lainiiy grocery Horo,
on tho west side of Washington avenue
between Eighth and Ninth streets.
A rumor it Moating about tho city, that
a committee cf citizens wuited upon Shor-
ilf lrvin and requested the removal of Mr.
Hlchurd Eit.gerald from tho jail. There
U no truth in this rumor. He tendered
his resignation voluntarily.
The Excelsior saloon, on tho corner of
Kourlotnth street and Washington ave
nue, is supplied with beer as cold as an A,-
tie iceberg, and with clunrs, splritous
llquor, and wines of tho very best quality
lllaukenberg invites the public to drop in
and see him.
i no Jlounu uity ratriot is angry
w'1'' lu'.''KT,ff 11,111 8nJ'8 wo 'lftvo boon
1 the inouth.pioco of every blntant rebel in
tho country fortheo many years, a remark
wuleli stirs our patriotic soul Into fronav
"Why, good little Patriot, whoreforo, are
you so venomous? We liko you. You
.. ... p i. . -.
luu sjiiv-irvii very nice. .May your
nuio sunuow never grow less. May you
hu ii niousnnu years
Our telegraph reports have not thus
h.,, ifctUfactory either to ourselves or
l'Wron,,uWq hope to bu ''all rit-hf in
Iiil. !?,r: KHui lhu wwni.io.lul.
miw wr roi
...... wurcuriieiii.ii . ,
Jur turticit mi,
fall,-! in '""i "avo fo tar
ailed to secure u.urka, with ro,.i,itl.
if tin. I.,, t....... . : ,vP"n
N . --"''""un satisfactory, I
I liojio to correct tlm mi.L-..i ,., . -
i.,. . "miainciorv. ,
hope io correct the market fulling hefor
i ' "k "ming bcloru
Col. Taylor received m.i ,, r
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"OWIUIIU VCSterdnv .,.,.1,,., il,.., i...
hud comnletbil 1,U fi rrti ti it et nibii t 1 r. ......
.SSIILjWIIIVMP w IIIIIMU
V ,J, l'rocwd wHh tho construction of
"1 vUlro Mill Ht. Louis road, nn.l tlinl 1..
omy nwalicJ t)iu upiiovnlof hit plain by
meot at .foiicsboro on next Thursday when
tho fato of tho road will DO ueiormiiiou.
Tho troubles in Tarlshavo at lastsub
sided, nnd Win. Elder has received n
largo invoice of "Jodnt" ami "Alorciar''
French calf skins two of tho best brands
made, T,'h ich ho is ready and willing to
manufacture into boots and shoes, for any
and nil persons who nro willing to pay tho
highest cash prices. HU shop is on 20th
strcot, opposite the court hoim hotel.
Tho Mound Citv Patriot cxy'. "Many
of our exchanges complain of loafers.
Mound City has none, except now and
then a cadaverous scallawag from Cairo or
Pnducah." Tho only accomplished loaf
er that has Intrudod upon Mound City for
somo timo is tho ono who wanderod with
his slab-sided carpet-bag from Du Quoin
to Metropolis and from Metropolis to
Mound City nnd established tho Patriot.
This remark is mndo in no offensivo sense,
and wo hopo our friend of tho Patriot will
not regard it ai in tho least porsonal.
Tho barber shop of Gus llime, onTSev
onth street, between Commercial uvenuo
and Ohio levee, hns bocomo n placo of
popular resort, visited by all persons who
know how to npprcclnto u close nnd de
licious shavo. Gus is t. innster in his pro
fession, and employs only tho most skill
ful of workmen. His razors arc always in
order, his towols faultlessly clean nnd his
shop tho neatest and most comfortablo in
tho city. Glvo Gus a call, and experience
his skillful manipulations of your beard
and you will know what tho pleasures of
a first-clasA shavo nro.
Tho Thalia association of this city
havo mndo arrangements for n grand
pcaco colebration on Monday, July 17, at
John School's garden. Tho programmoo
embraces n salute of a hundred guns nt
daylight nnd nt intorvali throughout tho
day; grand opening by tho silver cornet
band ; addresses in English and Ger
man ; illumination with 500 Chincso lan
terns ; performance "Roturn cf tho War
rior ;" tableaux ; display of flro-works efc.
Tho celebration will concludo with a
grand ball. '.'This," tho posters say, "is
designed to bo tho grandest celebration
ever held in Cairo."
William Alba's barber shop is grow
ing in public favor every day. It is neatly
fitted up, nnd can boast of tho most skill
full workmen in tho city. Tho proprietor
has had many years' experience in his bus
iness, and is recognized ns ono of tho most
expert shavers in Southern Illinois, whilo
young Alba is n master in his profession
Citizens nnd strangers who wish n pain
less shave, n luxurious chnmpooing, or
their linir cut in tho latest stylo should
patronize Alba. His shop is on "Washing
ton avenuo next door to Hannon's nows
Tho unnamed sail-boat, tho winner of
tho Fourth of duly race, was built in this
city by Messrs llaber und Carpenter, and
is pronounced by parties, aui in things
nautical, to bo un excellent specimon of
workmanship. Tho length of keel is 21
feet; breadth of beam, 7 foot 'JJ inches;
depth of hold, 27 inches; ccntro board, 6
feet long, and enrrics yards of canvass
Tlio builders, who are tho proprietors pro
noso to disposo of her in this way : Four
clubs nro to bo formed of ten mem
bors each : each member of each
club, to subscribo ton dollars, which will
insuro tho subscriber for four chances.
When tho four clubs nro formed tho draw
ing will take place, nnd will bo governed
by the snmo rules nnd regulations attend
ing nil ordinary lottery drawings. It is
understood that each subscriber to a club
draws for the club to which ho belongs,
and not fur himself individually. Tho
boat will bo on exhibition nt tho lovco ev
ery sailing, or windy day, und an invita
tion is extended to the public to visit her
nml C"J' n frc0 riJc
Howk'm Sbwino Machine. Having
leased tho corner room of tho Athcntcum
building, I shall expect to bo ub'e to keep
on hand n good assortment of machinrs.
Parties desirous of getting .midlines would
do well to cnll nnd seo what ours will do
before buying. Macliir.es cold on monthly
installments, and old ones taken at their
v.uluu in exchange. All machines war
ranted flvo years. To produce tho sow
ing machine vit tho study of Elias Howe,
r., twenty-llvo years ago. Ho gave to
tho vorld tho first sewing inachino over
rivented. Wo now oll'or his last produc
tion. Call nnd seo us on Commercial av
enue, corner room of tho Athcmeum bulbi
ng. J. C. Hayh, Agent for Company.
Hklmiioi.dh Kxthact Saksapakilla is
tho great blood purifier: thoroughly
cleanses nnd renovates tho entire system,
nnd readily enters into tho circulation of
tho blood; after purging with Helmiioi.u'h
Gkapk Villp, tho foul humors that havo
nccumuluted in thn system for years
lloth nro carefully prepared according to
the rules of pharmacy and chemistry nnd
tire thoroughly reliable A tcstof 19 yonrs
has proved this. Try thorn.
Rkliaulf. and Safe. Dr. Honrv
Root mid Plant I'ills aro mild und pleuso
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Doing en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
nrouso tho liver and secrelivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off disease with
out exhausting or debilitating the system
Try them and you will bo satisfied
PricoW cents n box, Sold by druggists
and dealors In mcdieino everywhere.
Prepared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., St'
Louis, Mo. iny'Jdio
A single trinl will couvineo tho mos
skeptical of tho olllcnncy of HELM
HOLD'S GRAPE PILLS In sick or nerv
mis headache, jaundice, indigestion, con
stipation, dyespepsia, billiousness, liver
complaints, general dobility, etc. No limi
ted, no griping pains, but mild, pleasant
and safe in oporatlon. Children tako them
witli impunity. They aro thu best and
most reliable. HELM HOLD'S EX-
TRACT SANSAPAHILLA creutol now,
fresh and healthy blood, bcumiiU-s tho
complexion, und hnnurts u youthful up-
pearalice, dispelling lilmphia, hlutohus.
motli 'tpalchcs and all uruptlons of thu
1'ou Baj.15. A eowl opun biiLfuy. Ap
I i y to J AMl'.rt Johnhon Hlolin Depot,
DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1871.
KKNDALt. MIIOT II V 1101MB
.lint as wo go to press wo learn that Mr.
William Kcmli.il, who roubles on tho cor
ner of Thlrty.fourth stroot nnd Wnshlng
ton nvonuo, was shot nbout ono o'clock
this morning by horso thieves. Wo havo no
particulars of tho nllr'r, fn-thor than that
Mr. K. was aroused by i taring an i.n
usual noiso at his stnblo, rnd, upon going
to tho stable saw two or. threo men in
clmrgo of his mules. Ho attempted to
stop them, when ho was fired upon, tho
shot passing through ids right arm and
into his right lung. Ho is In a critical
condition and as wo ro Informed, it is
thought ho cannot recover.
OF hankiiupt'h k F F F.CTS.
lly virtue of a deerotul order of tho
U. S. district court for thu southern dis
trict of Illinois, I shall, on Thursday, the
20th day of July, proceed to sell tho mag
nificent stock of p,oods of
WILLIAM U. DAVIDSON,
bankrupt, consisting of plows, cultivators,
reapers, horso-rakos, corn-shellors, com
petitors, grub-pullers, and all kinds of ag
ricultural Implomonts ; grass seed, nails,
tacks, hinges, washing-machines, carpen
ter's tools, cooper's tools, side-saddles.
bridles, saddlery, trace-chains, horso pow
ers, pumps, lightning rods, Stowart's par
lor stoves, gardonor's implements, cano
mills, cider mills, safes, ox yokes, brass
kettles, platform and countor scales, cross
cut and circular saws, corn mills, pruning
hooks, ti largo stock of pocket knives and
fancy hardware, nnd numerous other ar
ticles. This is tho finest, best seloctcd, and most
desirable stock of hardwaro over offend
at public solo in Southern Illinois. Tho
salo will commenco on Thursday, July 20,
and contmuo from day to day until tho on-
tiro stock of goods is sold.
Until tho day of public salo theso gcods
can bo obtained ut n bargain by calling on
Gkoikie Fihiier, Assignee.
St. Nicholas. Day boardors can so
curo good accommodations ntlheSt. Nich
olas (formorly tho St. Jnmes) at $4 per
week. Tho house is at the comer of Ohio
lovco and Eighth street, a central location,
and is proprictorcd by Hany Walker,
who is alive to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging enn
learn terms on inquiry ut tho office.
Shoes Wahhantf.d. Mr. Illack of tho
City Shoo Store, ngent for tho salo of our
gcntlomciis', ladies' nnd misses' shoes, is
authorized by us to warrant nil of our
shoes bearing tho stamp of tho City Shoe
Store, and to rcplnco with new ones all
shoes of our brand sold by him that may
rip. liuoi.AsKi & Co.,
jy-l-tf Shoo Manufacturers, St. Louis.
Gueat Excitement. Tho city has
been ngitnlcd during tho past week on tho
subject of tho excellent St. Louis Uoor,
Weiss Ilccr, Rhino Wine, nnd splendid
cigars, for salo nt Charley Schonemoycr's
saloon. His Weiss Uoor is becoming a
popular drink his Rhino Wino is tho
best in tho citv. his St. Louis Iiccr
always Ico cool. "Tim Hcyptlun Saloon is
locntud at tho cornor of Tenth street nnd
Washington avenuo, whoro nil lovors of
good things to drink sliou' I cnll.
Come to Stay-. Robert Roid lias per
mnnently established n coal yard at Cot'
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purposo of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows at
all times, day or night.
jc8tf C. S. Hutchinson, Agent.
Eon Exchange. An invoico of hats
nnd caps nnd other morchandiso for a
small houso nnd lot in Cuiro. For dosira-
blo property will pay somo cash differ
ence. Call at iSO. nu commercial uvcuuo
Elliott, Haythokn j o.
Wm. Eiilkim has tho best brands of
French calf, moroccos, kid, buckskin and
patent leathers, all of which ho will man
ufacture into tho latest stylo of boots nnd
hhoes to suit tho tnsto of any nnd nil his
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS! 1 1
Fivo hundred dozon No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK ST011F, lit $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholosulo and retail
slock in tho city.
GllKELY & l'ATIKK.
Some Distance. Tho number of
Charter Oak fltoves mado und sold last
year by tho Excelsior Manufacturing
Company, ifplacod In a lino close to
getbor, would stretch out fr a distance 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 remedy, and sold at tho low
price of 25 cents jy C-d & w-1 w
Keep Uool. Kotrigcrators, ico chests
water coolers, I X L ico crenin frcazom
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., at
11EERWAUT, ORTH & CO.'S,
myl8tf 130 Com. Avo.
Kindling. 600 " glass boxes " for salo
nt 0 cents each. W. W. Thornton.
rB lioreb given that dclault having U'n mado
for more than sixty days In the navment of a
uirtlnn of the amount secured to lm nahl bv a
certain mortgage executed by William II. rkhut
lorto flamuel blasts Tavlor and Edwin Paieons,
trustees of tho Cairo City I'ropeity, i'at d May
luui, A, ''"". ". inwucu in ino iiecoruer i
nIHco, in and for Alexander connly, in the etateot
U fltK-sv is ! .iiviuni iiuut-r aim uy i
virtue of the. power of sale contained In said
mortgage, sell, ut public auction, to tho highest
bidder, lor i'h, at thn ollieo building of said
trus'ies, corner of Washington avenue and lull
street, In the f ly of Cairo, in Alexander county
anil stiloof II nols, all the right, tltlo and inter,
est of said William 11, bhuttor or his usslgns, In
mill to lots numbered ono, 1, two, ;j throe, S, lour,
t, ti.i). 6.slx,, soren, 7. eight, s, nine, 9, ten, 10,
ele. en, 11, twelve, 12, thirteen, 13, fourteen, 11,
fifteen, IS, sixteen, lt,tventeen, 17, eighteon,IS,
nineteen, I'J. twenty, twenly-ono, il, twenty.
Illll l) -tWU, U ., .1(1, ,J -.111 U4 .111(1 UU. ,
lliltty-tlTo, ii, thirty-six, Uii, tliirtj-seven, ST,
iniriy-eiuiii, ao iniriy-nino, si, anil iony .
block lllty-.even i67, tin the tlrst addition to the
lint city of Cairo, accordlil to the recorded plat
lltviaot, with the annurtouanos, to satisfy (he
purposes sniloonaitlon of ld Mortgag.
II. h'l'AATrt TAYLOR,
Illinois, in uuua in ueeus, pago II, ele,, wo,
the undersigned, said trustees, will on Friday,
tho 21st day of July, Instant, A. I). 1871, at 10
iwo, -il, i eniy-mi o. -.. iuiiiy-iour, !..,
eight.'is, twenly-ninu, W, thlriy.su,
Office of the Cairo and St. Louis lUllrond Co.. 1
Cairo, Ills., July 7, 187D
A moetlno of the dlreotora of this company will
IwaoldonTl.iirssay, the 13th Inst., alb o'clock
a.m., nt tho hotel in tho city or Joncsboro. In
Union county, Illinois. lonosooro, in
j BlJ 8TAAT3 TAYLOB.I're sldent.
Ths undersigned will pay FIFTY DOLLARS!
HKWAKD lor tho return 'to7 hloi T ol I on. kit ot
Moulder's Tools, or either of the tools, stolen
from Heed A Mann's foundry between tiatuidey
evening last nt 0 o'clock and Monday mornlni.
July 3d. The tools were manufactured by O. M
Monk, and bear their imprint, and were marked
wllh the Initials "L. II." H. O. HOICK,
at Reed k Mann's Foundry.
Cairo, Ills., Julyt, 1871. JyTdlw
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTIOK.
To M. M. Kawlingsi Your are hereby notified
that at a s.ite of real estate mide by tho sherltl of
Alexander county at the door of the court house,
In the town of Cairo, county of Alexander, ami
stale ol Illinois, on tho J'lh day ol June, A, I),
1870, a. W. McKealg purchased the following de
scribed real estate, situated In said county, for
the taxes, Interest and costs due thereon for the
year A. D, ISC'), to-wus Fractional K. or Bee.
(Ion Tw 3, T. 17, H, It. 1 W., In the name of M. M.
Itnwlings, nnd that tlis said O. W, McKealg lias
assigned all Ins rights under said purchaie to the
undersigned i and that the lime allowed by law for
tho redemption ol said real estate will expire on
the 27th day of Juuo, 1872.
June 30, 1871.
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To M. M Itawllngat You aro 'horeby notified
that at a sale of real estate made by tho sherlft of
Alexander contur at the door ol the court house,
In the town of Cal.o. county of Alexander and
state ol Illinois, on tho 27th day bl June, A, I),
1870, C. Winston purchased tho following de.
sciibed real estate, situated 1 1 said county, for the
taxes, Interest and posts due thereon, for the
year A. U. 1B70, tc-wlti fractional N. KHec. I.T.
17, H. R..1 W., assessed in nam of M M. Haw
lings, and that said C. Winston has assigned all
his rights under said purchase to the undersigned;
and that the time allowed by law tor the redemp
tion of said real estate will eiplro on the 27th
nay of June, A. D, IS72.
WM. r. HALL! DAY.
June 30, 1871. jysdlt
H. A. II A N N 0 N,
Wholesale and Retail
NEWS AG ENT,
Shbf.t Music, Picture Frames, Mould
No. 12G, Commercial-avenue,
HP" flleamors supplied with office stationery,
anil daily papers stamped to order day aui night.
IX VILL HAST
AT IIAnCLAYs' DRUO STORK.
Faun Hitflt, Daily.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all aiAbr roa vsr. witiiuit Tsuisir
GRAPE f catawra )rtl grate ) PILLS
j CATAW1IA l.i ORAI'E
GRAPE I CATAWUA ) S I ORArE ) PILLS
AND ALL Or
II EL M BO L D 'K MEDIC INEN
FRKBII from first hands,
Always In stock In large rupply, and for sal b
PEB8H BLTTE LICK
Vor Hile by lite 4JIhmn, Bolllt or Qitllon
Extra Finf. Cologne;
MTGenuink Imported Extracts;
IsyilAiR, Tooth and Nail Brushes;
Is-India Ruiiuer Nursery Goods;
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
llest grades in large stock and va
riety, very cheap!
Full Link of Colors,
oar and i oil;
Paint Ilrushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash Brushes, Turpentine.
Varn'slies, Ely. etc.,
all stisns and staxdabd urAiints
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOB THE HOMELESS
ONLY $1.25 PER ACRE
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS. ,
LEAVENWORTH, LAWRENCE AND OAljV-
TON R. R. LINK t
From Lawrence and Kansas City and rlsuiiif
. cbratcd Osage country, ( j
The Garden Spot of Kansas.
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Knlrsneo on Hlxth st.,)
F. J. Oakss, )
": ft ir;iek, ; -cinnati, omu. ,
OAK Kg, CADT A CO. Proprietors
Ohio Lovee, between Hlxlh nod KiEhtli ttrs.i.
opposite main steamboat laSdiriX, '
NKWLY FITTKD AND FURNISHED,
Term, tllprr Day.
Watch kept for boat and IrMna night and day,
i...,,. I.. ...... . . '
J"M" .VIUTK ,V LYNDK,
0'Plte Ihe Posloinee, on Hlxlh Hlreet between
Wsihlugton and Commercial avenues,
Tills homo has been thnronohlv nir.h.iil,l
refurulshed and renovated, and is now open fur
the reception of guests. The rooms are all large
and well ventilated, nnd fualnture new. Ilsti Ii
sepi nigiunnil nay, MH3. flAFFNET,
CO M II ERCI Al.-A V KN U X, OP1-OSITK P. O.,
Joseph MAYi.tsi, proprietor.
The Housk ih Nkwly Fuiinikhed
And offers lo the public first-class accommoda'
lions at reasonable rates.
MBS. M. SWANDEB,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
('tasaere'lal Avtnn, oppoall Elliot
al Ana, oppoi
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made U order, or lUady-Made.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies'
U&ti and Bonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
EIGHTH STREET, II ET WEEN WAMIINUTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUFJ,
Ho. Just received n full and splendid line of
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSn AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full and complete stock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which sho projoses to sell at
THE YERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
FOnWABDINO and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And Agents of
Ohio Klvr and Kauawba
70 Ohio Levee,
OeTonty-nve to Mn.!
Maohlne. Tli a maotilna win a c uroia ln n
tuck, b nd, braid, cord, o,misw . Fully
fnoet superior manner. tr?n y ft. 000 lor
warranted for five jefW. -"fonger, more beau
any machine thatwlll sew ongf .
tlf.it or wt'fMlilKrMlSond stitch can
O. BOWERS A CO.,
CAtiTioii,-Io not b imposed upon l other
Wtles palming otf worthless cast Iron machines
under the same name or otherwise. Ours Is thn
T,rr;n uv i.mctlcal cheap mathuj
t'OMMIHSION AND rOHWAUIIINM.
GENERAL C0M1M IBSIO.V
3DBA.Ii33RS X2ST LIME,,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Kltrlitli Nlroel nml Olilit l.oi
MI ITERS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
Orders solicited and promptly filled,
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Coinniercial-avc.,
MILLEB Si PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
8 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN II. PIIILLIS,
(Successor to Parker et Philhs,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEL,
J. M. PHIL-LIPS k CO.,
(Successors lo H. II. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
sAfSaLllieral Advances made uponrw
FGz Consignments. 5yHT
Are prepsred to receive, store nnd forward
" . VU VU,WIHIUUl
sssriiuslni'ss attended lo promptly.
(Successor ol Ayers A Co.)
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
HEAL ENTATE AGENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (second floor) ohio lev'ep,
Buy and Sell Heal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And prepare Conveyances of Kinds,
Having recently added all
the fonts of the latest styles
of card and circular typo
to our already full and
complete assortment, wo
take pleasure In announc
ing to our readers that wa
do all kinds of Job work,
In the most artlstlo style,
and guarantee satisfaction.
ORDINANCE NO. 115.
An ordinance to amend seetlon 280 of "an prdl.
nance lo adopt the ordinance of tho city of
Cairo as revised and codified.''
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City ot
Section 1. That section No. 28') of "an ordi
nance to adopt tho ordinances of the City ol
Cairo as revised and codified" bo amended by
adding after the. word "provision" In said sec
tion tli words, "or any impure, unwholesome,
adulterated or diluted milk."
Approved Juno S2d. 1871.
PF JOHN M. LANSDRN. Mayor.