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TILE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1871.
WHO'S RAILROAD CONNECTIONS.
TIM TABLE 01 THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. n.
On and after Sunday, Mar 14th. 1871, Ihe folldw
. nt-uU will govern tin arrival and dcpnrl
re of p""""- ,rln" c';r0 1
Vr Mall iraln, Ully ... 11:45 p.m.
Express, daily 2.H p.m.
a,, Mall, daily....... . 3.30 a.m.
Ktprtaa, daily, except ftunday il.Mp.ni.
Although Ue regular Bt. Louis train l taken oil
fmth ualos out of Cairo will hare tJirouRti cari
for St. lonla, which will be taken through from
Uuu by tha train on the RellevIHe roa.1. Di
net and close connection will l made at Du
quoin, and there will be no change of cara from
Cairo in St. Louis. Tha train leaiing Cairo al
1I:4J . m. will heva a through ilecplng car for St.
Lnuta Tha attention of ahlpperi la especially
c.ttnl lo tha fart thai a Krult Express train will
leave Cairo Hally, Saturdays expected, and will
make the run from thli city lo Chicago In tttenty
two hours. JUlINSON, Agent.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caqo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
Peesenfar trains arrive al and leave Cairo ai fol
Aaaivc .Ii.'ln a.m - 3i:ii ''
IitriET.. 1 H IS H.tn J'ili P-m.
Both trains connect al Centralla with I rain on (no
pn. rwitnr. nioomlnfftcn, i:i l'af, l.a ftille,
Men. ?w, rrrcnnr,. .... .. ' '
til points In Illinois, .Missou
ilinnnsota, Wisconsin and
Jlllll.'l. ..tr-r .,
Ioha. Ana miii
Lines running Eat and Weft for
Cincinnati. Inilfttinpolfo, Columbus
And at Chicago with Michig.in Central, Michigan
Uoulhern, and Pittsburg. Kort Wayne
aol Chicago iiaurua'is lur
Detroit, Cleveland, l'"k''k' . ,
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
Niegri Veils, Krie, llutlalo,
Hew Tork, J'lttaburg, llaltlmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For thronth tickets and Information, apply 'o
Illinois Ctnfial Rallrotd Do
W. P. JOHNSON.
Ceneral Passenger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
HOUND CITY AND CAIRO.
THE STEAMTUG, CACHE
Caft. Williau n. Sandusky.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
QjiXRO 313. CITY
roor r iioStii unit,
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 P.M.
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At 'J.30 P.M.
Al C.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. AVIIEX HAILED,
tOi rACTOUY, llAWK'x I.AND1NO, KY,
MOUTH OF CACHE, M.UUNE WAYH,
AND NAVY YAllK.
CAIRO AND 1'ADUCAII
The beautiful and light-draught
JAMES FISK, JR.,
Doun Sunarv Master,
LEAVES CA1KO DAILY,
at 5 o'clock, r.si.;
LEAVES PADUCAll DAILY,
AT 9 OjCI-OCl A.M.
KTHaving superior nccoiiimodut.ons lif so
licit public patronage.
Partl'cular attention Is paid to col ration of
iu.uic cnsrgcis, uui (lift iKim win iiui iK) rruu
ibis lor ma same umu couwiq.
WINEH AND UUtlOUH.
WM. II. SCH UTTER,
Importer immI WIioIphwIp n1er tn
TOBACCO & CIGAES.
Agent for the Is-st brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Aim r Dlireroiil KIiiiIn.
7o Ohio Lkvkk,
' CA1IIO, IU,I.SOI.
V. M. STOUKFLET11,
icrasoa roiiii a stocaI i.i.tii
Uerllijfr ami lii,ltnle Healer n
foreign nml lioint-mlr
LIQUORS, AY IK ES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk,
Ekeen on hand constantly a full ttiick
old Krctuckr Dourtxui. u i.n,i Mi,
"... riwii iirnuuirs, iiuiiHiiti uin
rii. wi..lu. - i. .1.. ..... . . .r..
niu tug UBiuuraia winrs. Jauuotl
B. S. HARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
Vmm. VlaVsii. nati I'Msntterclalniw.
MfClbah Towels and
MriAdltt' and children' hair tut and ahum.
Pfed, ilhrattheboport Ihoirowu. Iicroti,
BU ism' rtWw auul balr dyed In a
No::,, :::::::.:: .p:m. wU
south, w"y:; UiWv-m
Throiuih in. i'.. "
phis and Cliiml'i" :n" I'-1"'
Ohio Illvrr route, (excspl
...... f..itnffiiti R. It 2i
Minn." liner route, Tin a lay
n,l Friday c:.p.m
Thebes, Ooose Inland A Hntua
IV. Ills., Thursday A Krl
j4 -, C:(ip.tn. 7:00a.m,
Msjn.il, lllandril.c oj.I
Lovelace, Ky uiwia.m. iwv,.m.
Oenernl Did, very 7i30i.m.
(Sundays 8 to S a.m.)
Money OrdT depaatment 8.00 a.m. C.PO
Ueglsler " ' " " S.ou a.m. o.oop.m,
Money Ordor nnd Uetslcr department" not
open on Sundays.
Oun.CMminri.r. No. X Staled AssemMy
al llin A.vlnin Ma.onn Hull, first and third Sai-
urdnvn inpneh month.
Cairo drum., No. al. Regular Convocalionat
Masonic Hall, the second Friday In each moniii.
Caiuo CiiArtrB, No. 7l.-H-giilr;.Coniocatlon
at Masonic Hull, on tho third Tuesday of ciery
Cairo Ino, No. 2.17 F. A A. M -Regular Com.
munlcatiotn'at Masonio Hall, the second nnd
fourth Monilaja ol each month.
IlrtTA lyonat, Nn.W.l F. A A. M. Regular Cnm
muiileatioiu at ttit'onlo Jlall first and third
Thursdays in each month.
,,rtiMii Jinor, ?.'!, Jleets In Odd Fellow's
Jfslf, In Artfr's llullJIng, ovory Thurdaycen.
lag, at Co'clojk.
Ollif of IhoCairinnd St. Lotus Kallrond Co., 1
Cairo,. Ills., July 7, 1871.
A mi tine of thn tlirwtnr.i nf ttits onninnnv will
Ihi el, on I'liura. iv, the 13th Inst., at V o'clock
a.m., nt tho hotel in tho city of Joncsboro, In
. OJAAT3 1 A 1 I.Ull.lTO SKICnt.
Thodwelllr liouseon Division street, lclween
Poplar and .Asliliigton, the property of Mrs.
Oa..iiey, good cistern and outhouses on tho mem
lion ; also ncottato on Pot.lir near 'juth a. reel,
and itcottn(e, on tue corner t l'opllt and Divis
ion streets. Knipilroat tho Cenlrul House, C'h
ttrecl.Caiio, llliaols. Jyll
I,J,,!..,JP,lcr,',Knc,1 "I" l,!y FIFTY I)OI,I.AI'S
KbWAKD lor the return tu lil-n ot one kit ol
Moulder's Tools, or either of the tools, stolen
from Heed A Mann's foundry hetweon Hntuiilay
i , . " fc uciocaaini aionnay morning,
wu. inn luui. hwu iiiunuiaciureii oy u. m
Monk, and bear their imprint, and wero marked
w i.ii me jiiuiHis ii. . it. uujiji';,
... nt Heed A Mann's Foundry.
Cairo, Ills., July C, 7. jy7dlw
NO HUM HUG.
H. P. GOODYEAR
Is now opening tho
(JROVEIl AND KAKElt,
FAMILY AND MANPFACTUMNtt
With jirivllege of paving in m nthly Installments
Mllluml Interest, nnd nltli lioic'H bclwwii the
t, rover nun minor Milium r mini inncninc,
slK'thcsaliki' on bolli sides.
I'ersnr.a w h ni! lo buv n nrat'ClASH sow ns
niaehlne rortW, with hcmim r, liller, nilder nun
ii Ker, giiugo nnd tliuinb-n'ri w, oil onn. boltln of
oil, airnA .clrlM r, iwidvo c.vm neeilles, foil,, bob.
iiiiih nun extra nceuio plair, rlioiilil glol,oii
year n cft'l.
uui ma see sample oi won:, ni
No. 180 Wnsliintrtoii-rivcmie,
Nearly npposllo the Hiille.ln nfllce,
IICTWKHN KI.KVKNTil AND TWKI.rTII-STS.
rtilillsliiil vwry liiiM liiii, .VIimkIiiv o..
City Trcnsiirur Tnylor i seriously ill.
.TVm fffrr ilitl not tu inl.lo on Siittir
ilny. Jiiilgw .Mtt'ritu nuil Murchildon tire
both in tlio city.
Ucv. ir. Th jinn; in, ol'llio mcthodist
cliurcli, lmsbcL'ti sick, but is iiguin conviil
csccnt. llowliiml, tliu conlractor of tlio Cairo
nml St. Louis riilumd. was in tliu city yes
terday. Gooiljcnr, with llin (Jrovor nnd lln
kor suwiiig inncliiim didles couiputitiuii.
Ucv. Mr. l''ooto jircacliuil tit tlio conk r
of Suvciilli street unit Coiiimureial avenue
on Sunday evening last.
Tliu iioltinj; hovur of w 'rilay
coolid tLi) utiuoajihoru nml iiiadu last night
ti Hrit-clasa night fur sleeping.
Alt kimla of family groeerief, at C. H.
Evans' grocery ttorc, west siduof Wash,
ington avenue, between I.lghthuiid Ninth
rtliur lloylo unil Tub Hui.i.ktin of-
ilco li vu "burrud tliu linteliel." We bIiiiII
liorei er live, toi!llior anueicur Uinn two
bugs in a rug.
A trunk directed lo Dominic (leonnon-
nl, tlio ltalin wlio stabbid llricn, m (Jhl
cago, waapl sod in tliu nxpress ollico in
this city ycr inlay. Myers and Arnold
levied on it.
Jir. K. V. Hurllbglmn formcrlv
principal of our pulilio keliooU, is In l'io
city on liuiineM eonnectol with tho L
Association of America, of which ho is
munnger fur Southern Illinois.
T . i . ...
am you wnai excctieni couee, tugar.
syrup, mnckcrel, buttor everything kep
in a llrst-class family grocery storo? (1
to O. H. Evniis' jy82t
Hughes, of tho Frst Nutlonal Hank
is homo ngnln. Ho has been away up 1
the hyperborenn regions of tlio north
wliero thalliermometcr does not got abovo
dipt. Y..hi, Hendricka, formerly of
fi.t.n .ir...i i .1 i ... ,
oiiu, uiuu iiiuui'iuy ai Vllicag0, Oil JI1SI
"Wednesday night. Huotiicd to bed n 11
o'clock us well at U'liiihund died boforo
diijllglit. His disease w InJIamation of
tho momlirami of tlm brain. X
Our young friend C. II. Evans, lias
.. ..,v;ms mmiiy ,rnc
on the west sldo of Wiuhlnglo
between Eighth and Ninth btrco
opincu u lim-cias, fumly grocory stortl
Two ladios enlled nt tho ollico lntt
night lo Inform tu tlltt tho had rllor
through a hole in tho aldowalk on ono of
tho cross strcots between AVeshington av.
enuo und Poplar street nnd injured their
lt'g. "Wo wore not in at tho time, nnd did
notlotirn tlw particnluri) of Uih nccUont
Tollco business In Shanncssy'a cour
,,.. ..fnl. A AVP-
yestordrty was reasonnuiy -
llnms, for n plain drunk, was flnoJ S'i
told to sin no more. Chns. AVilllams, for
niilnir bod bmr tolon without lltcnsc,
was flncd $10, and Jatio "White for selling'
iinnor without liconso. had to nay n liko
sum. uain ana iieoiinn mnuo mo nrresis
-Tho troubles in Paris havo nt lustsiih-
sided, nnd AVm. Ehlcrs has received
largo Involco of "Jodat" nnd "-Mereiar'
French calf skins two of tho best brands
mado, which lie Is ready nnd willing to
manufacture Into boots and shoes, for any
and all persons who aro willing to pay tho
highest cash prlcrs. His shop is on iuin
street, opposite tho oourt houso hotel
Herman Meyer, tho enterprising
Ohio loveo tobacconist, hns determined to
erect a now business house on tho site ol his
present building, and will leavo to-day for
St. Louis to make arrangement for tin
Iron front for his new building. Wick
wlro has prepared tho plans and specifica
tions. Meyer is ono of our most encrjetic
citizens and when ho goes into mi enter
prise docs not allow it to llngor on his
Tho hoc men arc very busily at work
circulating petitions lo tho city council
praying for tho repeal of the hog ordinance.
Thoy claim that tho poor men of tin city
aro hog ralscM, and that tho owners of
hogs can mnko their pork clear if nllowcl
to quarter tkclr hogs on the public.
"Which is all very flno in theory, but, wo
wo protest, that tho non-hog-owning part
of our popn ation havo rights ns well as
tho hog mon, nnd tho council sliou'd not
Tho railroad question having been dis
posed of, now for tho hog question. Ought
hogs to bo permitted to run at largo in the
streets of tho city? This is n question
which threatens to firo tho hearts of tho
members of our lyceutns, of Thunderbolt
"Winter and of tho council to bring
strife to tho hearthstones of tho city
and raise tho dovil in lino style. It is, in
short, n question of grcator moment than
over agitated Littlol'endlington or Etons
will n question big with tho fato of Win
tor nnd his hundred hogs.
William Alba s harbor shop is grow-
ingin public favor every day. It is neatly
lltted up, and can boast of tho most skill
full work men in tlio city. Tlio proprietor
hashad inauv years' experiitnco in his bus
iness nnd is rccogni.od as ono of tho most
expert shavers in .Southern Illinois, while
young Alba is a master in his profession
Citizens nnd strangers who wish a pain
less shave, n luxurious cliampooing, or
their hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronize Albn. His shop is on "Washing
ton nvcnuo next door to Hannon'a news
Dog's delight to bark nnd bite, 'cnuso
tis their nnturo to; nnd wo do not lies i-
tato to assert, that Cairo dogs tako moro
than an ordinary delight in tlicso doggish
nmusemonts. Every night and, for that
mattor, nvery day, loo about n million
moro or less of curs of low degrco ma! o
our city hideous with their infernal ba;
injs. And worse still, tit evury stop taker,
tho pedestrian is in danger of having "harp
and poisonous teeth penetrate ids leg. On
Saturday night last, a vicious mastill' en
deavored to have n meal off the right calf
of Chief Myers and got a bullet instead.
On the sntno liinht uboul a ilonun email
curs got nn unfortunate youtli In tho mid
dle of "Washington avenue, wliero they
kept him in mortal terror for Uvo minutes,
they barking and ho scrcaming. On Sun
day, while u boy was passing Mendel's
jrncron horseback, a dog sprung nt tho
horse, barking, and, quick as a flash of
lightning, tho boy was thrown nnd tho
liorso traveled alono in Ilia glory. And so
forth. Confound tho dogs! Down with
them I Why, good Marshal C.iin, don't
you go for them ?
Throe hundred dead hogs, owned by
nobody, havo been carted out of tho city
in a tingle month at tho public expense.
Every month, Trom ten ( i tlfty defunct
porkers nro put, nt the public oxponse, into
their little bed?. Resides this, thoso pub
lic-running hogs desfoy fonccs and gar
dens, and thu owner of tho property in
jured Iiits no way in which hu can i'ccr
tain who tlio owners of tho niischiovous
hog aro. In tho faco of theso foe thu
ho.; ownors aro moving to securo 1 10 re
peal of tho presont hog-impounding oidl
nanco, und profes their ability to obtain
tho signatures of n majority of tho voicrs
of tho town to petitions containing u pray
er for its rnooal. "Well, supposo thoy do?
Of course tho council will repeal tho pros
cnt ordinance, but it should immediately
puss uiiothor ordinance containing pro
visions that will enable an oillcor, when
ho mceU a hog, to know Its ownor, nnd
ui us havo the man stand responsible for
ins nous, now can this bo donoV Uv en-
acting an ordinance providing that uny
iog owner may permit his hegs to run at
largo if ho will tlrst mark them and tlio
Willi the clerk of ihe city a description of
nun mark, ana a statement of tlio number
ho owns. Piirilu.r ii,., i ..u i. !..
I hu ltv0 1UIIIUI!
nt lurijo not marked shall bo capturod nnd
....puuuueu, ami tho ownor, if found, lined
" good round sum. Further, that tiny hog
owner, who permits tho curci-s of ono of
Ills dead hogs to lie on tho streets, shall bo
heavily lined ; ;id that, when a doad hog
is buried or removed from the city limits
nt tho oxpo.ue of tho city, th0 hog owner
shull pay n lino in double tlio nmount of
said expensos. lly enacting such an ordl
nance, hog ownors would bo held responsi
bio for tho conduct of their hogs, and nil
could ascertain, with reasonable certainty,
tho number of hogs there Is in tho city at
any givon time.
A .L powders and outward application'
closo up tho poms of tho skin, rendering it
harsh, coarso and flabby, and In a 8IOrt
1... - ,. ...
umu uesiroy iiiu luiujuuiion. ji you
would havo a fresh, healthy and youthful
appoarnnco, purgo tho system thoroughly
usoHki.muold'h OiiM'K Pills and Hklm-
iioLiiVSAiiSArAitiLLA which beaiitllloj t'to
complexion. Rowuro of thoso cheap p
out pills, carolosaly propan J by Inoxp
rioncod persons vended In woodeu boxes-
most of which contain ilthor calomel mer
cury or othor dolotcriousdrugs. y
Kindling, 601) " glass boxes " for sal
at D cents each. "W. "VV. Tjiounion,
HORSE THIEVES I
ATTKMPTKI) MUltlir.K AND KOllilKIl V ICKN
IJA1.L, TlIEaAItI)K.VKll, SHOT DOWN W 'ILK
PHoriloTINo His PltOPKKTV T1IK WOUND
MKUInits HUT NO'! KATAL FI.1011T OF
THU AXHAKSINS ,r or TIIK ()
lmor-KiH . fi . , vlUs 0.
p If' ..
T "' will.' - . oolvc-ln - .
tho i ' ; tf assnsslnation of ,i,r. i
doll, thu gardener, on Sunday morning
last, was too la'.o to do moro than simply
announce tho fact.
It oppoars that Mr. Kendall has boon In
tho habit o( turning his, hones and mules
into nn out-lot wliero ho allowed them to
remain until near midnight, when ho
would stnb'o thorn; but, on Saturday
night, ho fell into a sound slumber and al
lowed tlio usual hour for stabling to pass
by unnoticed, llelwoen ono nnd two
o'clock in tlio morning, Mrs. Kendall
arm scd her htisba.id and reminded him
that the stock li'id not been put under
cover. Mr. Kendall immediately re
paired to the out-l.it, and missing tho stock,
went out upon tho rend to look for them.
In his search he unexpectedly confronted
tlirco men, ono leading tho marc, saddled,
nnd tho other two leading throo mules. Ho
instantly snntched tho brldlooftho mnre,
and leading her pursuod tho thieves who
had tho mules in charge Steadily gain
ing upon llictn, and coining near, ho or
dered them to lot go tho stock. At HiIh mo
ment ono of tlio thieves discharged tho
cont3iits of n shot. gun at tho pursuer, and
won ml id him in tho breast and right arm.
1 he thieves then released tho mules nnd
Neighbors of Mr. Kendall, who had
heard tho report of tho gun, camo in, and
ascertaining the facti camo to tho city nnd
reported lo Chief Myers, who, with Shor-
iff Irvin, immediately went in pursuit.
Tlio ofllcors soon camo to tho conclusion
that tho ttiievcs had intended to steal tho
horses nnd swim them to tho Missouri
shore. Thoy tracked tho rogues to tho
Mississippi lovee, near Kline's brick yard,
whero they lost tho scent. The officers
then passed down tho loveo to tho point,
wliero thoy ascertained that two mon had
been seen rowing a skiff up the Ohio and
over to the Kentucky shoro. Thoso men
tho ofllcors concluded wero two of tho
thieves. Pursuing tho cluo further, the
officers learned that Jock Owons had been
scon on Saturday evening rowing a skill'
down tho river toward tho point; that ho
nnd his brother nnd Harris hud boon in
tho habit of harboring in a Hut boat moored
against tho Kentucky shoro; that thoy
had been seen together Into on Saturday
night; that ono of 'tho snddles stolen by
tho thieves belonged to Morgan, of tho
Eamcs' Hub nnd Spoko factory, and th t
Harris had been liu driver nnd kne"
wher tho saddle was kept ; that the otlii
sadd', it was said, belonged to Easoly
nnd t nt Jock had been nt Eascly's house
as into ns 11 o'clock Saturday night; that
ono of the thieves tho one who shot was
n tall man witli an extraordinarily largo
foot, nnd that Dick Owens and Ills feet
filled this part of tlio bil'. Acting upon
this information, and other facts not prop
er to bo mentioned nt this time, Jock and
Dick Owens and Jessy Harris wor nr
restcd on Sundny morning.
Tlio men under r 'est may bo guiltless
of tho charge agair ' i but if gi ' y
thoy fl. uld i pi; 1 in nvery stu
mat," r 'ii'ic. Th v ' nr
tlon wi a 1 J bofWo i'squiro Uro-.
ASSIGNEE'S MICTION SALE,
or HANKnuprB kffecth.
Uy yirtuo of n decrotal order of tho
U. S. district oourt for tlio southern dis
trict of Illinois, I shall, on Thursday, the
20th day of July, proccod to sell the mag
nificent stock of goods of
WILLIAM 11. DAVIDSON,
bankrupt, consisting of plows, cultivator,
rcupors, horsa-rukes, corn-slicllors, corn
plantors, grub-puller?, and nil kinds of ag
ricultural implements; grass seed, nails,
tacks, hinges, washing-machines, carpen
ter's tools, cooper's tools, side-saddles,
bridles, saddlery, trace-chuins, liorso pow
ers, pumps, lightning rods, Stownrt's par
lor stoves, gardonor's implements, cano
mills, cider mill?, safes, ox yokes, brass
kettles, platform and counter scales, cross
cut and circular saws, corn mills, pruning
hooks, a largo stock of pockot knives and
fancy hardware, nnd numerous otlior ar
ticles. This is tho ttnest, best solcctod, and most
desirable stock of hardwaro ovor otl'ored
at public sale in Southern Illinois, Tho
salu will commence on Thursday, July 120,
nnd continuo from day to day until tho on
tiro stock of goods is sold.
Until tho day of public salo thoso goods
can bo obtained at n bargain by calling on
Gkouuk FiHHKit, Assignee
Monday, July 10, 1871.
Hollo Mooro, charged with btoaling $10
from Grace Windsor. Trial by jury. Ver
dict of guilty. Motion for now trial. Lin
e.'ar and Albright for dofundant.
Thomas F. Hargis, charged with us-
suult to murder lirini; his uiitol on
Washington nvcnuo, at school childron.
Trial by jury. Trial progressing. Allon,
aiulkoy and Wnooler for tho defendant.
'I ho casoof tho Peoplo vs. John McEl-
voy. indictment for murdor was callod
on this monring. Thu peoplo wore rondv
ior iriui, unu iiiu cnuso was postponed un
til to-morrow morning, with an attach-,
ment issued against Rouben Smiddy, ado
faulting witnoss on tho part of tliodefehd
uut. Ouit Railuoad Intkukkt. The present
cncouragtng ovidoncoj of railroud pr
perl v should induco every citizen of CaIm
to p.i.ronlzo Fred. Thootild, who has r -turn
I to tho city and tukon chnrgo of hi
popular tonsorlal palace, on Sixth streot,
between Ohio levoo nud Commercial av
enue. Fred, is a miutcr in his business,
with a reputation that extends far ond
wide. Ho employs only tlw most skillful
workmen. His razors a. , Uiarp, his tow
els fn 1. and sweot, and ids barbor-shop ns
clean and bright as a new pin, GivoFrcd.
a call, all for tho sako of nuld lang sj.ie.
A Woud or A ' "ick Mothers know
uio importt m ii 1 to tho cu o of
u ; eh iron, l.ai.u the ndvt y
ment ol Alri. Whlicoir.Va Byrup In nn.
MOUND. CITY ITEMS.
Tho levco In front of tho naval slnticn
is being strengthened by nn ndditlon to the
breakwater, nnd gives employment to
qui a number of men.
Tho Oclnvla of tho snag Hoot arrived
nt tho "ways" yestordny, nnd will tnrry a
fow days lo repair chlmnoys, etc. Cnpt.
Harton, Mr. Patterson, nnd tho sovcrol
officers nro all well.
Tho river has receded and loft a de
posit of sovoral foot ol mud on a portion
tho tnarino ways: but Capt. Hambleton
has organized a wheelbarrow brlgado and
is whcoling it back liito tho river. Every
thing is in good shape for businoas. Urine
on your boats that need repairing.
Tlioro Is some talk of tho Hon. N. R
Casey boing put forward as tho democrat
ic candiduto fcr tho ollico of congressman
at large. If tho Egyptian part of tho
state is to bo favored, wo do not know of
any ono who would make a bottor candi
date But wo believe tho nomination Is
claimed farthor north.
-Tho several factories havo observed
all tlio week ai tho Fourth of July, but aro
now running in full blast. Somo pooplo
wisely predict that In ten years tho bank
of tho Ohio river from Mound Citv to
Cairo will bo lined with manufactories of
all kinds; wood, iron, and hemp predom
inating. Room and raw material aro not
lacking, tut ontorprisejand capital arc, but
aro bound to bent traded by tho largo con
earns already located in Southern Illinois.
Cairo, July 10, 1871.
Mr. J. C.Hays, Agt. for Howe Sewing Machine.
Having oxamlnod thoroughly tho Im
proved Howe, find its great rangoof work
and uso of thread, gives it supremacy over
any other sowing machino I havo ever
tried. "Whllo tho general simplicity and
manifest durability, will certainly recom
mend it to alt wanting a good, easy run
ning, practical sewing machino.
W. J. Hamilton.
Tho most perfect tensionx I evor saw.
"W. O. CAiir.
Hating tried tho Singor and other good
sewing machines, I perfer tho improved
Eliaa Howe to any other, It being simpler
and easier of managmont, and tho, ma
chincry moro compact.
Tho abovo aro only a fow of tho many
testimonials daily oil'ercd in favor of tho
W. J. Hamilton is a practical engineer
of twenty yearn, whilo tho well-earned
reputation of W. G. Cary noeds no re
commendation. Also the skill of Henry
Dovolin, a mechanic of 10 years, entitles
him to no small consideration. These,
with othors, aro tho results often days in
troduction. Do not forgot the placo.
Athcnieum building, Commercial avonuc.
J. C. Hayh, Agt. for Co.
Reliable and Sake. Dr. Honry
Root nnd Plant Pills nro mild and plcaso
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being! en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouso tho. liver nnd sccrctivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off disease with
out exhausting or dobilltating tho system
Try them nnd you will bo satisfied
iMuc2o cents a Dox. aod by druggists
and dealers in medicino ovorywhoro.
Prepared by tho Grafton Medicino Ca, St
Louis, Mo. my9dm
Great Excitement. Tho city )ms
boon agitated during tho past week on, the
subject of the excellent St. Louis Beer,
Weiss Beer, Rhino Wine, and splendid
cigars for salo at Charloy Schonomoyer's
saloon. His Weiss Beer is becoming a
popular drink his Rhine Wino is the
best in tho city, his St. Louis Beer
always ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at Uio corner oi xenin siroci anu
Washington avenuo, whero all lovers of
good things to drink should call.
Helmuold'h Extuact Saiuafaiulla is
tho great blood punflor: thoroughly
cleanses and renovates the entiro system,
and readily enters into tho circulation of
tho blood; after purging with HklmiiolVs
Grape Pills, the foul humors that havo
accumulated in tho Bystom for years
Both aro carefully prepared according to
tho rules of pharmacy and chemistry ond
are thoroughly reliable. A test of 10 years
has proved this. Try thorn.
Come to Stay. Robert Rcid has per
manently established a coal yard at Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purposo of
supplying steamboats with coal. Towa ot
all times, day or night.
jo8tf C.S. Hutchinson, Agent.
Fou Exciianoe. An involco of hots
and cops nnd o'thor morchandiso for a
small houso nnd lot in Cairo. For desiro-
blo property will poy somo cosh differ
ence Uall ot cio. HU uommerciai aoim
Elliott, HaytiioiinM o.
Wm. Ehleru has tho host brands of
French calf, moroccos, ktd, buckskin and
patent leathers, all of which he will man-,
ufacturo Into tho latest style of boots and
shoos to suit tho tasto of any and all his
CANS! CANS 1 1 CANS 11,1 4
Five hundred dozen No. 1 Tin, FRUIT
CANS AT THE NKWvyOBK BTORJt,f 1JW
por dozen. Lorgost wholesale ond retail
stock in tho city;"
GRKKLY J. ATIKn.
I 1 I
Marriaok Guide.-Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 5224 pages. Prico
50 cents. Addross Dr. Butts' JJisponsary,
No. 12 North Eighth Stroot, St. Louis,
Ho. Seo Advertisomont. r
Keep Uool. Hotrigorotors, ico chests
wntor coolors, I X L ico cream freezers
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
scroons, etc., etc., nt
BEERWAUT, OUTH & UU.'S,
mylBtf 130 Com. Avo.
St. Nicholas. Day boardors can so
wuo good accommodations atthoSt. Nich
olas (formorly tho St. James) ot $1 per
week. Tho houso Is at tho cornor of Ohio
lovoe and Eighth street, n central location,
and is proprlotorod by Horiy Walker,
'who is allvo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
, learn tortus on inquiry ot tho office.
. .Shoes Warranted, Mr, BJnck of tho
City Shoo Storo, agent for tho'soloof our
gontlomohs', ladles' and misses' shoes, is
authorized by us to worront nil or our
shoos boating tho stamp of tho City Shoo
Store, and In renin, ...tit. nil
- - ..v. ,.lfcll flu,, ....
shoes ofourlrnnd sold by him that may
"" t Rrolaski fc Co.,
Jy-l-tf Si.. o Manufacturers. St. Louis.
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance on Hixlh.at.',)
K. 1. Oak, )
KjCVIckJ WeiNNATI, OHIO.
OAKKf, CAUr A CO. Proprlebira.
Ohio I.eee, Ulween .Sixth and Kmhlh alrtelt.
oppoaito main atcamboat landing,
NEWLY KITTED AND PUIINI8IIED,
Term, g!i per Day.
Watch kept for boats and Irnlna night and day,
J'lltf WHITE A tiYNDE,
Opposite, ilm PntallW, onHlxth Plroel between
waihltigion nnd Commercial avenuea,
Thla limi.A bit n.nA..Ml.lu ........
r , " v .. .(...(..uk... ... r, -until.-.,,
rerurulahed ami renorated, and la now own for
, 'I i i guena. i no rooms aro all largo
and well ventilate.!, and fiinhituro new. Hulch
kc tnUhtaml day, MIIH. OAKKNKr,
COUMEKCIAL-AVKNUE, OPPOSITE 1", O.,
joskpii liATi.iiw, : : : : : proprietor.
The House ih Newly Furnished
And orTera to tho public flrst-clana aecommoda.
tloni al reasonable rate.
MRS. M. SWANDEH,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
CoBimrrclnl Aveune, oipoNllt Elliot
al Aveune, oiom
CLOTHINO FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made lo order, or ileadyMadc.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladles'
Hats and Bonnets of tlio latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGEE,
EIGHTH STr'IET, 1IETWEEN WASHINGTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Uo.1 Jutt received a full and pplendld line of
SILK AND VELVET RUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
nATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full and completo stock of
i, .. i . .1
Millinery anu rancy uoous,
arMi. 1 ti n 1 ..
All of which ilio proposes to sell at
TP1E VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
IB hereby given that delault having been mane
for moro than sixty daya in tho payment of a
portion of the amount secured to tie paid by a
it rtaln mortgage exeeiile. by will Bin ji. nenw-
lerto uamuciMuaia javior uuu i.unn. iu i,
tr ialeea of the t airo City I'ropoity, dated May
,i i. . ti iuiji ami rp!orded iii the Recorder a
ofllc'e. in and for Alexandcrrouniy, In tho state ol
Illmoia, In book "I" of deed, page- 4, etc., we,
the unJeralgned. aaiJ .tfuatees. will art rridav.
theitutday of July, Instant, A. D. 1871, al io
o'clock In tho forenoon of thai day, under and by
virtue or ine power oi iuo uiiiiy ,,i
mortgage, ell. at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for cah, at the office building of laid
trustees, corner of Waahlngton avenuo and 18th
iA.h. .iirr r.lm In Alxnde county
and atateof Illinola, all the right, tl io and inter
eat or aaid William II. abutter or hla amlgn", In
and to lota numboredone, I, two.Ji three, J, four,
4. Ave. 0, all, o. aeven, 7. eignii , nine, v, mi,
eleven, II, twelve, li, thirteen, 13. fourteen. 14,
n.n Ma liiMn.Io.iaventeen. 17. clahtecn. IS,
nineteen, W, twenly.a), twoniyone, 21, twenty
two. '1, twenty-three. !U. twenty-four, 'X, twenty
flve. M twenty-al. K,itwent.teven, !!7, twenty.
eiglit,28, twenty-iilne, , thlrty.ao, thirty-one,
si thirty-two. Si. thlriy-throe, thirty four.ai,
thltty-no. 3i, Ihlrly-alx, S, th rty-aoyon, 37,
n rty-eight, 38, thirty-nine, W. and lortylo to l ie
block; flliy.eTenJ67.'m the first addition o the
aaid city of Cairo, accord Id to tho recorded plat
thereof, with ihe, appurtenanpj;, to satisfy tho
nurooses and condition of aaid Mortgage,
purpo H. STAAW TAYLOR,
. EPWIN PAIlHONH,
Trmteea a f the Cairo Cilv I'ronerlv
Dated, Cairo. III.. July 8th. 1871. jystd
TAV PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To M. M. Rawliogsi Your are hereby notified
that ai a saie oi reai um.u uw. piivuh u.
Alexander county at the door of the court house.
In the town or uairo, coumy ui aibhuuit, unu
aute ot Illinois, on the 'J7th day ol June, A, D,
ncribod real estato, altuatcd in said counly, for
tho taxox, interest and costs duo thereon for the
TtarA7lrlOTt".'vu'',r'rrttoriM H.- H pt,8??'
iTon Two. T. J. H, . X W., ji it h najiio of M. M.
Kawlings, anQ'inai ini aam urn. ;,
""."Ti'S;! -.tt wil expire on
rflUDIUIitVluii ui pmu -'
'.mil day ol Juoe.WvM, P. HALLIDAV"
June 30, 1871
ine uo, '
-niTTiriir AHKlt'8 NOTICE
.awllnRa. Youare.aer.br wMMd
that ala'aato of reaTeati rtjm ,DhV court house,
Alexander conniy at the aoor oi Aelnder and
in the town of Cairo, eounu Ju x ,
f Inlereat "d cbau duo theraoa. rin.
A P. 1STO, tc-wlt i r40tlonalW.KB.l, J.
rlRiith(?iime allowed by law or tho redemp
, ofVaW Sal eSnS wll! 'pl ""!
or June, ,i. v,
WU, P. HALL1DAY.
COMMISSION AND rOllWAUIIN.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
t'ortirr Klsrhfli Hlrerl and Ohla svi
No. 80 Ohio Lovcc,
Orders solicited nnd promptly filled.
H. M. HULEN,
G ROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Connncrcial-avc,
MILLER & PARKER,
HEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN 11. PHILLIS,
(Hucccaaor to Parker ft Phlllit,)
'DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Sitcceai.ora to K. II. Hcndricka A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
tSSfeLitxra) Adraates made nponSf
siS. Consignment, &JlH
Are prepared to receive, ttore and forwarJ
freighta to all points and buy and
SHTIliialneaa attended lo promptly. ,
(Successor ot Aycra A Co.)
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Hi: A I. EMTATE AUKNT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
Having recently addoJ all
the font s of tho latest atylas
of card and circular typo
to our already full and
complete asaortment, wo
take pleasure In announc
ing to our readers that wo
do all kinds of Job woik,
In the moat artistio style,
and guarantee satisfaction.
ORDINANCE NO. 115.
An ordinance to nmend aoetlon 290 of "an ordl
nance to tuiopt inn oruiuinco ui uiu t it ui
ildlrA r.m rAwistMil anil flftdifleil."
Dett ordalnutl h the City Council of the City of
i. That section Nn. ISO of "an ordi
nance lo adopt tho ordinances of thn City ot
Cairo as revised and codified" 'bo amended by
adding after tho word "provision" In said sec
tion the words "or any impure, unwholesome,
adulterated or diluted milk,"
Approtea ,uno LAN8DEN. Mayor.