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. . , itn'SltAtLItaVf) CONNECTIONS,
TiuPTABL" O' T1,K "u'vo CENTttAIi II. II.
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it Irnlnfstsken nil
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, ',(,,! io ihefVt Hut Kiiift i:prcf train will
I , i-airn ilailjr.HalnnU) rxp'IMl, nd will
" rin from Ihn cily lo Clilrfto In tnonly.
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oLMfiaar KOUTK KKOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K
tir -ofis I-orisviLLK, Cincinnati, Cm
caoo, New Yoiik, Uoston,
POINTS EAJJTAND AVJ3ST.
P.tllg(rlrii,in arrir at nmt Icatc Cairo m fol-
.,,. :ii:innin 3i;iOp.m.
lnriiT-.. m.HH.li 211.1 ji.in.
Mil trtln co.inof t at ('.Milr.ilhi with train on tno
P.ih lwtiir. Illoninlnntcii, Kl l'ao, I.n Halle,
jlVnloW. Kreoimrl, Half 11 , lMilmcUc, ami
all i)inln In llliiiiilii, Misourl,
MiDnmota, A'incunfln niul
lowti. Anil with
Ulcs running Et nml Wct for
Anil at ChlMfro with Micliiean Central, 31 Iclilg.in
Niul)frn, an.l Pittalmrit. Kort Wayne
and unicaco luiiroaas lor
Mroit, Clereland, ''u?,kl,rlf' . .
AlUa). IListon, Philadelphia,
v V.!l. Krie. Ilullnlo.
htiTmi, 'ittliurK, llaltlmirc,
AND. ALL rOINTS EAST.
For through tickets and information, apply to
Central Pauengcr Acent, Chicago.
. JOHNSON, Anent, Cairo.
MOUND CITY AND CAIHU.
THE STEAI TUG, CACHE
Capt. William II. Sandusky.
CAIRO -A. IT ID MD
VoOI lr I.WHTII KTRILT.
At..! l A.U,
At. 10 A.M.
At 1 l-.M.
At.,...T.i i P.M.
Lkavk Mn. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 'J.ao p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
AT Til r.
mix tactov.y, hawk's lanhino, ky.
Mfll'TII (IV fACIlV, MA11INK WAYH,
ASIl NAVY YARII.
oa i no
The trf'aiitlfiil nnd light-draiiRnv
JAMES F1SK, Jll,
Inu . uihii ...Maater,
LEAVES CAIUO DAILY,
ir .'. u'ruxk, p.m. 5
LEAVES l'ADUOAH DAILY,
AT 'J ll'CUK'i:, A.M.
'lliiii.iiiri'ir txcoiiimodationH she to
leiU iiUie trbnai.
)"Prt.iuljr altiniion la liaid to col cclion or
'"''1 1'l-Wji", Mil tho boat nill not I rcupon
IM.' (..r Hie time until collected.
niXES AMI I.KIUOUM.
WM. II. SCIIUTTKU,
Imporler null M liult-oitlo llrnlrr In
TOBACCO & CIGAES.
AKinl for tho Ifst brands of
WHAM AND STOCK ALIO,
mpiirlul Ale r Illirerenl UIikIh.
75 Ohio Levke,
" CAIKO, lM.lNOI?.
V- M. STOUKVliKTII,
MH0pr B,,d Ml,l4,
' "relicu u, , HH)((
L,QV0HS, WINES, ETC.
78 Ohio Lkvkk,
Jll'VlT.y?uAV"Jtir,,,-,., " t"'U -
N. 8. HAMIELL.
TYp . -i I
-r. , 0111I,lcreJtt.av
. .i . WnTii- and
BtrtMb' and children's ha, ,.M an,i M, 0
pooi, tllberat the Hop or at Iheir oVn Lom!0,
.GfwUeroon'. yhUkftrs and hair Una in
"117"ATCII FJ;i:K, "' day sure, no hum.
W iMii Address wit li "tamo. LATTAACU,
I Wll HOOK AHIIN'fM WNTHD.-HIIimI
I .WIM commisiwi a ,vfi iii premium,
... J ...:. .rt.t .ir ill.itniinl. A ur I'lmi. i.irfliltrl
H:rrel, Jfow York. J;Mlt
Address SI. Lifiiiitti! nun. M) frimr
I i ll cour-i', two turn Ix months, ech. fctu-
ilcnlsmlm led to tho senior eUs on examination
1 7 application on or iciurii uciooer 7Ui. 1871.
lii,ti..ii.ec, Mini j.or milium.- For particulars
rtv Twr Q'-nnrxr a T3m
i nuiiri'- -
on) Vniirpir l Ln rntfio ti
OIIIop ofllioCur-iniMl 81. 1.nma Uillron l Co.,
Cairo, IIIU,, July 7, lu'li
A mitlti(' of tlio illrcctoro of thin company will
liokclilou j.iuriay, Dm Mill Inst., at li o'clock
h.iii., iu inn nnici in inc viiy 01 .loncpuoro, in
uninn coiiiuy, Illinois.
U. 8TAAH TAYLOll.I'rnaiilHil.
TlicilHclllpelioiKcon Division street, Iwtwecn
i-opiar un i annnxton. ma irnxrl) 01 Aira.
llailnry, l,ooI cistern am) outliounos on the prem
and n culture, on Hie corner at I'oplaT and DItIk- I
ires: ni.oacoiinca on I'oinir near '.inn xircci.
Ion streets. Kniiu mat thu Contral House, nth I
pireei, airo, llllAOls. jyilll
The undersigned will nar FIFTY DOLLARS
?i!?.yAK." U-'rJ'"' r"", "J;1.? 1' ",no k.". 01
Moulder Tools, or either of Die lool, stolen I
iroin ueeii .v iuanu-s rounury iwtween aiimiay I
evenlnir lst nt (! oVIoi'kand Mondsv mornini?. I
JuiysdV The tools ero manufactured bv c. hi.
' with tll2"mia?sr'L.Cl.nprln,, H?fM"lJICKrkC(l
nt Heed i Mann's Foundry. I
Cairo, UK, July 6, mi. Jdlw
GKAND PJ3ACE CELEDKATION,
MONDAY, JULY 17TII,
JOHN SCIIEKL'S 0A11DKN,
TIIKAT1UCAL ENTKKTAI NMENT,
, . . , BIllilliilnation,
AND HAL PAUEE.
1 he celebrated
CAIKO SILVEK COllNET BAND,
And tlio !ei.t Strioft Hand In Southern Illinois
nnve imen enRiiKeu lor llieocmsioll,
t'oinc One, 4'tmp AM,
Anil PiiioyoiiraelvrH, for tliN Is ileslKnedto bo
tlK'KreaU'alt'idubratlon ever held in Cairo.
The wholo to conclude
Kchtn ities coinmcncn nt i'iiVIw-I;, p,m
. - ... . .inn inn lull. ii l' I'll IP ('ai'll
will iM'conductcd.hy the
neaco celebration on
next will concludu wlfh a grand ball
llain again ycftorduy. At 7 o'cloek
in tlin (ivuniiitf, tho ilood-ates ojicnod and
pound out u porfucl deluge.
Tho Kendall horse thief mystery is
being worked up by Sheriff Irviu and
Chief .Myers very skilfully.
Tho Tl alia il malic iissociHtion of
this city is flour' -li'ig liko u grcon bay
tree, and is rccoiv ng new members every
Tlio pcaco celebration of tho Thalitt
association to bo held on Monday next nt
Scheul' hall promises to bo a llrst-clnss
Keillv's drawing thu drawing for his
lino brick house will, without fail, tako
place on Tuesday, the 27th day of August,
next, at the Athenurtioi.
A distinguished Curinaii orator, from
St. Louis is oxpcctei'. to deliver.llio oration
at the pendu celebration on Monday eve
ning next. Mr. Kehlebingur nnd other
gentlemen will also imlulgo in brief
upeceher, and Mr. Oberly will dish up the
r.ngiisii speech lur the occasion.
Tt.. n !. i-ii. m i
1 tin l.nirn Ivnii'lifa rr.iiiiiint it,f.A.n
m. nlf.nr9lnn. ! .,r.,.,i,r ,. ' . , .i. .i.:J0l,t
more. Tin, nm..i,! i. .i... ii!..t.. r
so.e,aSOI,ioaiWrsury, and the Haiti-
more knights propose to eclipse anj thing
of tho kind that has proceeded it in this
Theru wuh eoiitldorablo excitemont In
the city yesterday created ;hy the news
iroiii uiu riot in New-York. The Bul
letin dbputchee, which wo lay before our
reauers this morning, ten hours in ad
vunce fo the St. Louis papers, woro voted a
are making arrangements to obtain
full market renorts frim St i.,.,.t. ru.i
. , - ,.UMI.t Ulll
I ClIL'O 1.11,1 V,..,. H.l . .
? - wmnui, -nr. iveiil. ol t ho
niicitruidi olUnn r.r il.t. ,.ii.. t. i i.
- nil, uuuhing us,
.m "U IIUVO IlOUoilbt. W II 1..I n,,,,l.l..,l 4,.
ruriiUl, tou.ln ft fuW days reports that
will prove miUfuetory tu ouf m(jr.
-Tho county jail is , fou, ,,
I .... ii.pr ti, ... ... . ,
JU Vli.... . . .. ' ''I
not, -v.110 ,7 Vm nois
VIIlenA n... .
- miiUi'i aire of soiin. wtnr i
"tub brmW . . ' ' "
v.,.i.. "'i"! is anv CXCll&n fur i.l.
Mawr h,.,,.. ' " ly l" hceoiiio r vfoul as
vnniir (.von I. !,. ... . - --'
Hie contract nr 11.1.
city ar.d county railroad bon.l!' i , U'"
to Aiieuit dr..
r,--- ... ,fc .v, . -n nF Ut I
hou.ol.v.i "-""ur.ieu vou.is
-"v vu ur ci U'ni . .
reeelv,; .c" e0U TlUy had
Kraiihlngc.tablishmer', In Bt. Lot U and
"u "K ' w In i'io tbo
'"v"1 rk In Hint lln
I'liMNIm! vrr,v 1 1 - I ts tr , Moiulny fx
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THE CAIRO DAILY I ULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1871.
Tlio dcsporndo, Sweeney, It llkoly to
go ncqu.lt In consequence of tlio bungling
of Stnto's Attornoy McCnrlnoy. AVo nro
thorcforo compelled to qualify tlio praise
wo gave Mr. McCartney, yesterday, and
,ny, that ho would, doubtless, miikcn uood
o31cor, If lio know nny law. Ho has Indus
try, cnorgy, and n desire to oxcol, but lio
can, apparently, neither remember nor
unucrstrnd tho. law lio rends.
"Tlio aim ariselli, nnd tlio sun goctl
arose," but the sun. In nil lit nuirsn does
-. 1. 1. . . ...
miuyu upon rny oilier inn lis ui
tarv unnt flir .,.,nnn ,,,
iltitllnn n till
i - ----
I .nil nf AinM,i- ... ir .1
Itirv line nnf nv.r.A',t n, ..f tia
condition. Ai foul a. n1n?,.r.1.mmn
I iui ujiuuiituuu. ivuu nouuuy iu
I T..l - 1 A I 1 I..
Vc shnll novor bo sntUfled sbnll nl
wnys bo restless until tlio ndvicu of tlio
Into grund jury lini boon noted upon, nnd
tvo huvo n court-houso eounro redolent of
tlio porfumo of roses, plnntcd with forest
nnd fancy trees, in tlio shado of which
country pooplc, who attend court, may
loungo and loll, awaiting tho slow pro
CC5JCS of tho law. nnd (lUftUlni? tho odor of
iiusaujuo. i. aiuittu ui uiu ituuu
description is absolutely domnnded by tlio
I -!..!!! -if e . 1 - . . . 1 .
'zu0" mo iiinoicoiiwi ccniury.
"Tho wind gocth towards tho south,
nuu lurncin nooui unio llio norm J 11
t .... .... ... .
wiiiriein aoout continually, ana tlio wina
rclurnolh a8aia unto Ui flrcultl j" buttho
winu in all Ills patu Uoc3 not blow upon
a .... suc,. f , . ,Bmlor ... !ai, ,
described to bo by tho grand jury.. And
nobody to blamo but tho jail ittclf. It bo-
camo "foul as a lazar-houso" in despito of
all tho herculoan efforts of Jailor PUrgcr-
aid to keep it clean as a parlor and as sweet
as tho blossonn and flowers tho grand jury
say should danglo in tbo brcczos that wan
dor through tho court houso square.
Wo thought wo wcro out of tho woods,
but wo nlnt. And now comes Martin V.
Brown, a middle-aged man from tho coun
try, and seeks to enjoin tho county court
from issuing tho bonds It tho Cairo and
Vinconncs nnd Cairo nnd St. Louis rail
roads. But h!i efforts to provent tho pco
plo from doing tholr sovorcign will can
not nmount to much not if tho court
know hersolf and sho think sho do. Mar
tin ought not to tako his dofoat for sher
iff so much to heart, and if pugar plums
will do.liltn any good thoy ought to be
furnished to him wi thoilt mono v mill Wltll
I out price. Or, if it should bo determined
Unit ho l'i worms, Funncslock's vcriiii-
fugo, should bo furnished without delay.
Ouh. Kailuoai) Interest. Tho present
encouraging evidences of railroad pros
perity should itiduco ovcry citizen of Cairo
to pntronizo Fred. Thcobold, who has re
turned to tho city nnd taken chargo of his
popular tonsoriul palace, on Sixth street,
botweon Ohio leveo and Commercial av
enue. I-'rcd. is a master in his business.
with a reputation that extends fur nnd
wido. Ho employs only tlio most skillful
workmen. His razors nro sharp, his tow
els fresh and sweet, and his barber-shop us
clean nnd bright as n now pin. Oivo Fred
a call, nil for tho sako of nuld lang sync.
Cairo, July 10, 1671.
Mr. J. C.IInys, Ant. fur Hone Sewins Machine.
Having examined thoroughly tho im
proved Howe, ilml its great rnngoof work
nnd uso of thread, gives it supremacy over
any other sowing mnchino I havo ever
tried. AVhilo tho general simplicity and
manifest durability, will certainly recom
mend it to nil wanting n good, easy run
ning, practical sewing machine.
AV. J. Hamilton.
Tho most perfect tensions I over saw.
W. G. Oaky.
Having tried thu Singor and other goott
sewing machine?, I perfcr tho improved
Ellas Howo to any other, it being simpler
and easier of maiiagment, and the ma
chinery more compact.
Tho abovo nro only a few of tho tnuny
testimonials daily offered in favor of tho
AV. .1. Hamilton Is a practical cngincir
of twonty years, whllo tho well-earned
reputation of AV. G. Cary needs no re
commendation. Also the skill of Henrv
Develin, a mechanic of 10 years, entitles
him to no small consideration. Theso
with others, itru the results of ten days in-
troduetion. Do not forget tho place
iMhcmcum building, Commercial avenue.
.1; C. Hays, Agl. for Co.
Heliaiii.k and Sakk. Dr. Honrv
Itoot and Plant Pills arc mild and please,
ant In their operation, yet thorough, pro-
duclng no nausea or griping. Being eii'
tlruly vegetable, they can bo taken with
rcgnra to diet or business. Thoy
r0"su t'10 Hvor and sccrctivo organs into
Hhy ncllon, tUrow ng o disease with-
,l ",U9l,,, ,or WHtat ng tho .y.toin
j.7 T n."d 0W '
rncit'J.1 cents n box. Sold by druggists
nnd dealers in medicine everywhere.
Prepared by tho Grafton Mcdlclno Co., St
Liuis, Mo. myOdm
St. Nicholas. Day boarders can 60-
curp good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) ut $1 per
week, Tlio house U nt the corner of Ohio
levee and Eighth street, a contral location.
levee anil Jviglitli street, a contral location.
"nd U Proprietorcd by Hnriy AValker,
vli(5 is alive to tho wmitij of his patrons.
Turtles desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on Inquiry ut tho otllec.
Shoes AVakkanted. Mr. Black of tho
City Shoo Storo, agent for the sale of our
gctitlomotik', ladies' and misses' shoes, is
authorized by 'us' to warrant' all of our
shoes bearing tho stamp of tho City Shoo
Store, and to replace with now ones all
. . . ...
diocs ofour brand sold by lilm that may
rin. iiiiOLASKi ,v i;o..
jy-l-tf SJioo Manufacturers, St. Louis.
Poit Exchange. An invoicp of hats
and cans and other merchandise for a
aniuU linnsn nnil int. In f!ulrn. for ilnairii.
Ua ProPerty will pay some cash differ-
onco. Call at No. MO Commercial avenue
Elliott, 11aytuouhSi o.
Mauhiaok Ouujk. IntorosUni; work,
Humorous engravings, '224 puges. l'rlco
tO cunu. Address Dr. UutU' Uispunsury,
No. 13 North Eighth Street, Hi. Louis,
Mo. Boo AdvortUgineut.
J'flln T-l.BeMl0n.,.f J'10 Cl,y C"n I. CallCd
ilL..PJ' "U'l I'fld al tho Counc I Cham-
ainyor Lansdon nresldlnu.
i rejont Councl uon Huril, Larudcn.
......I n . '
ociiuii, iiiyiorand Wood) nnd Aldormon
iiuucr, -Jiiiiningham, Klob, Motcalf. Hear
den, Seaio, Stratton, Swayno and AVnldor
Absent Uouncllnien llalllday nnd
AVoodwardj and Aldermen Carroll, Filz-
gorald nnd Winter 6.
On motion of Alderman AValdor,, tho
reading of 'lie minutes wcro disponscd
Councilman AVoodward nppcared in hi
On motion of Councilman Taylor, tho
Clerk was rcqur ted to read tho ordinanco
entitled "An ordinance to aulhorizo tho
subscription of $100,000 to t..o Cniro,nnd
Vfiiceiiiits ltailroi 1 Cotnpiiiiy, and for
other purposes." Tho Clerk accordingly
read said ordinanco (which constituted its
second rending); whereupon Councilman
Taylor offered nn amendment to
said ordinanco providing for tho insertion
of tho words "Truslco or Trustees" after
tho words "Trust Company" vrhcro thoy
11 rat occur in said ordinance, and also for
tho insortlon of tho words "or residing"
after tho word "located."
On motion of Councilman Hurd, tho
amendment was ndiptcd.
Alderman AVinter appeared in his seat
Alderman AVintor also moved to amend
said ordinanco by insorl'ng a..or tho word
"thori 30" tho words, ''that Is to snv In
good working end running order."
Councilmpn Ave I tnov 1 to nmond Al
derman AVinlcr's amondmont by inserting
after f io word "flnishrj," tho words "that
is to say in good ordinary running ordor
nnd cars runnlnc rceularlv thereon.''
Amendment to tho rmendment adopted.
Councilman Taylor fui her mov I to
nmond bystriking out tho word ''Septem
ber,' and inserting In lieu thorcof tho
word "October," so r to havo tho ordinanco
read, "provided, work on said road shall bo
resumed by or boforo October 1st noxt,"
etc." Amendment adontcd.
On motion of Councilman Taylor, it was
ordered that tbo ord'nanco amended bo
referred to tho Self it Council.
Upon its second reading "An ordi
nanco to authorlno a subscription of $100,-
ooo to tho Cairo and St. Louis ltailroad
Company." Said ordinanco having been
read. Councilman Taylor moved toamond
by inserting after tbo words ''deliver tho
same," tlio following, viz: "To a Trustee
or Trustees to bo appointed by tho Mayor
and City Council, to be held by said Trus
tee or Trustees in escrow, and to bo deliv
er J to said Cairo nnd St. Lou' i ltailroad
Company." Amendment adopted.
Alderman Carroll appeared in his scat.
Counc nan Taylor nlso tnovd to amend
by strik'p out nil that portion of tho oi
dinnnco i er tho word "Cairo" in tho fif
teenth li'i'j from tho bottom of said ordi
nance, r-.d inserting ns n substitute for
tho portie't strickon out tho following, viz:
That tho work shall bo commenced and
j osecutcd from tho city of Cairo by tho
f 3t day of iNovcmi r, 1871, and the road
KJ shall bo complct 1 to tho county lino
of Union county by tho first day of July,
1872, provided, however, that tho bonds of
Alexander county and tho city of Cairo
shall bo paid to the party of the second
part on tho completion of each 11 vo miles
of tho road bed commencing at Cairo, said
amount to bo paid pro rata as tbo whole
amount dono i in proportion to tho wholo
work to bo dono on tho road bed in said
Alexander county, sr'd f mount to bo as
certain' I by a survoy and an estimate of
tho cost of tho wholo work in said county.
oouuuiimnn Wood, called for tho ayes
and nays on Councilmnn Taylor's luutlcn,
which rcsultd in tho motion being adopted
by tbo following voto:
Aye: Carroll, Cunninghm, Hurd,
Klob, Bcardcn, Sjne, Strati m, Taylor,
AValdor and AVintor 10.
Nays Budor, Motcalf, Sehub, Swayne,
AVood and AVoodward 0.
Councilman Taylor further moved to
amend said ordinanco by adding at tho
cud of the same tho wordtf, " VonVei, that
interest shall not begin to run upon any
of said bonds until the company shall havo
becomo entitled to receive tho said bonds."
Coucilman Taylor moved that a special
committee of tlirco I ) appointed by tho
Mayor to confer with tlio County Court
towards arranging any minor xr"itlorslhat
may present thomsolvcs concerning action
in regard to tlio alnvo named roads. Car
The Mayor uppoir. "d r.i such commit
tee, Mi isrs. Taylor, Hurd and llcarden. i
On motion of Councilman Taylor, tho
amend I ordinanco In relation to the Cairo
and St. Louis llailror 1 was referred to tho
Coi'icilnun AVood introduced tho fol
lowinc proumble'nnd resolution, viz:
AVutiiKAH, Tlio County Court of Alex
ander County havo met in Joint seislcn
with tho City Council for tho purposo of
agreoing upon some courso of action with
rcferonco to tho issue of bonds to
tho Cairo and Vinrenncs and
Cairo nnd bt. Lou, Jtailn ,d Compan
ion In payment of subscriptions to tho
tttoek of thoso roads so as to havo unanim
ity of nction tliercon,,,hcroforo,
ltcsolvod, That tho members of the City
Council now prcBont heroby agroo to voto
in the soparato branches of talu Council of
which thoy aro members, in support of tho
incusuros which havo bocn acrcod unon hv
tho members of tho City Council now con
vened in joint sossion.
Alderman intor moved to ndopt. Car-
Tied as follows:
Ayes Budor, Carroll, Cunningham,
j-Iurd, Klob, Motcalf, ltoarden, Schuli,
ISoaso, Stratton, Taylor and AVintor 13.
Nays v way ne, Aood and AVoodward
On motion of Aldorman Klob tho
Council then adjourn' I.
M. J. How ley. City Olork.
A AVoiM) of. Advice- Mothers know
tho importonco attached Jto tho euro of
t thing childron. Kor.d tho advertise
ment of Mrs. AVhitcoinb's Syrup In nn
other column. jylld&wlw,
Kindhno. 600 ' glass boxos " for sal
nt li cents each. -W. AV. Thoivkton.
OUR TOBACJtt MARKET.
A TEW FACTS THAT HHo't-LD UK KNOWN
mffini'iiiinirB ha ..... . . vitj.
i i IXANTEH BALKS,
In calling attention to tho subjoined quo
tations of tho sale or tobacco, at tho Bal
lard AVurcliousc, July 7th, wo cannot but
fee pleased nnd encouraged nt tho ontlro
simsmcuon maniicstcd by both buyor and
Since tho openincof tbo
change has taken placo In tbo handling of
..v una us cooporago, nnd planters
who havo paid strict attention lo these two
ucmsliavo realized fullv 25norce.nL Lot
torprlcoi than thoso who havo sont their
toDacco to market in bad cooperage,
aou inanier snoulU feel proud of tho
ions oi mo Y'alro pcoplo In building up a
mnrkot in their midst and should leave
nothing undono on thoir part to mnko thl
ino mouol markot of tho West. Ho hm
roputation at stako, or lo mako. as woll as
ino wareiiousc-mon and others, and whon
mat rcputnticn is onco established ho
ceases to havo any troublo to diiposo of hi
crop, bis namo Is known and his product
Is sought nftor at an advanced nrico over
his neighbor, who has paid little or no at
tention to properly marketing his crop,
Sort nnd classify your tobacco woll, ban-
ulo it carorully, nnd send it hem in good
sound cooporago and wo will guarantooyou
full prices and a fair compensation for your
AVo quoto salos of Juno 80, ns follows
it nius. lug k s nsm 7 no
oi " low to good leaf. 7 00(5) 0 10
J3 shlppinc leaf. 7 GOfaiia 7fi
18 " black wrariDor M 8 ooiSia afl
45 " bright wrapnor. 15 dWSSia oo
AVo quoto sales of 35 hhds. July 7tb, ns
4 bhds. Ky. lugs ; $6 2
lowieor. 7 0(
" " shippers 8 2
" Ills, low leaf. C 2
" " shippors 7 2
" Ky. bright fluo cured
.lugs 7 25 8 00
- jvy urigui uuo curou
flllors 0 2511 00
" medium piebald wrap
per 18 25
" modium bright Ky.
wrapper ao oo30 60
Wednssday, July l?, 1871.
Pn-t of tho morning session was con
sumed in arguing and deciding motions,
and in sottling pleadings.
In tho case of James 11. English vr.
James Kennedy, appeal, tho motion to re-.
instato and permission to fllo sufficient ap
peal bond was ovor ruled and tho case
stands dismissed with proccdends.
The case of the People vs. Patrick
Swoonoy, charged with burglary, com
menced last ovoning, resulted in a verdict
of not guilty, tho state's .attornoy having
orroniously charged statuary burglary,
when the proof showed that it was a com
mon law burglary. Tbo defondant was
discharged by tho verdict of acqultal, but
Shcrifflrvin, who is thoroughly alivo '
his duty, bclioving Swceuoy to bq a dctp
rado, nnd knowing from tho ovidenco, that
lio was guilty, and had been acquitod only
on a legal technicality, had another -warrant
ready and ro-nrrestcd Sweeney, who
will stand committt I1 for' trial until noxt
Samuel O. Lowis, for tho use ot F. A
Fair vs. A. L. SbotwoP. nnd Vm. P. IUI
liday. This caso, which is a suit brought
on a rcplovin bond, occupied tho remain
dor of tho day, was closely1 contestcl.
The caso -was not decided. '
Tho crimanal docket bas three or four
coses yet undisposed of and will bo taken
up this morning.
ASSIGNEE'S- AUCTION 'SALE,
OF bankrupt's EFFECTS.
By virtue of a decretal ordor of tho
U. S. district court for tho southern dis
trict of Illinois, I shall, on Thursday, the
20th day of July, proceed to sell tho mag
niilcont stock of goods of
WILLIAM M. DAVIDSON,
bankrupt, consisting of plows, cultivators,
rcapors, liorso-rakcs, corn-shcllers, corn
plantors, grub-pullers, and all kinds of ag
ricultural implements ; grass seed, nails,
tacks, hinges, wasbiug-machinos, carpen
ter's tools, cooper's tools, side-saddles,
bridles, saddlory, trace-chains, horse pow
ers, pumps, lightning rods, Stowart's par-,
lor stoves, gardener's Implements, cano
mills, cider mills, safes, ox yokes, brass
kettlos, platform and counter scales, cross
cut and circular saws, corn mills, pruning
books, a largo stock of pocket knives and
fancy hardware, and numerous othor ar
ticles. This is tho finest, best solocted, and most
dcsirabla stock of hardwaro over offered
at public sale in Southern Illinois. Tho
salo will commenco ou Thursday, July 20,
and continuo from day to day until tbo en
tire stock of goods is sold.
Until tho day of public salo theso gcods
can bo obtained nt a bargain by calling on
i Gkoruk Fihukk. Assignee.-
Ghkat Xxcitbment. Tho city has
boon agitnlod during tho past woek on tho
subject of the oxcollent St. Louis Boer,
AVoiss Beer, lthino AVino, and splendid
cigars for sale at Charloy Schonomeyer's
saloon. His AVoiis Beer is becoming a
popular drink his Khino "Wlnoi is tbo
best in tho city, his St: X'ouIs"TJoor
always ico cool, Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located nt the curlier of Tenth stroet and
Washington uvonuo, whore all lovers of
uood things to drink should call.
CANS' I CAN SI I CANS 1 1 1
Fivo hundrod dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NKW-YOKK STOKF, at $1,00
per dozen. Largost wholesale nnd retail
stock in tho city.
GllKKLY & l'ATIEK.
Kkkp Cool. Itolrigorators, ico chests
water coolers, I X L Ico cream froosors
bath tubs, japannod cloth for window
scroons, etc, etc., nt n
BEEBAVAuT, OKTII & UO.'H,
mylBtf 130 Com. A'O-
b G 00
0 7 26
tfb 7 10
Comk to Stay. llobort Bld has per
manently established n coal yard at Cot
tonwood l'oln Mo., for tho purposo of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows at
all times, day or night. '
, )c8tf C. S. Uv: 'uikbon, Agent.
CORNER SIXTH and AVALNUT-ST
(Entmnco on Hlxth-st.,)
JJ. J. OaWi,, n
K. 11. Lolfwici; , j CINCINNATI, OHIO.
" 80IJTIIEUN nOTKl
NKWLY FITTKD AND FUUNIHIIKD,
WU2,".(h,',,t fr ''"U ,n,ln" "'Kht-ndday
ivn,M WII1TK A LYNDK.
Oi'poj)l-lhe Peslollloc, onHiith Hlreet between
tVaililnKton and Commercinl ovenuis.
This liou.o has been thoroughly nrer-hanUL
ShMtRi;"! "norau.l.an'j ii'swJw foV
"l,'.r,c.trtlon of Riiests, The rooms nro all lar.'e
..mi wen veniiiaic.1, and rnahilnre new. ll' VA
.cplnl.htand day, Mils. (1AFKNEY.
COUMF.neiAL-AYENUK, 0PP0MITE P. o.,
josicrii HATLim, : : t i i puomirrort.
The II0.C8K is Newly FunNiHUED
And offers to tho public first-Huns accommoda
num ai.rnsonaoie rais.
MBS. M. SWANDEll,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING OOODS,
C'cmnserrlail Aveanr, oppomllr Elliot
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' AVEAlt
Made to order, or Iteady-Mado.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies'
lists and lionncts of tho latest styles,
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGEE,
KIOIITII STllECT, 1IKTWF.K.V WAHII1NOT0N
AND COMMKKC1AL AVKNUr,
11ns Just received n full nod splendid lino of
SILK G A LOON
SILK AND VOJLVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
IIAT3 AWD BONNETS,
PINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full and 'complete slock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which she proposes 10 tell at
TUB VERY LOWEST CASH PIIICES.
S hereby siTen that default liarine been made
a lor noru (liaQ aiaiy uyn in me imyinenbfil n
iwrtlonof the amount secured to be nald by a
certain mortgage execute! by William II. Hchut-
ler to pamuei Mania ratior anu cawin rarsoni,
triiateea of .tho ( airo Cllv l'rfliioitr. dated Jlnv
loth, A. D. ltMS, and recorded In tho llecorder's
omce, in anu lor aiexanucrconniy, in ino siaicoi
Illinois, io bolc "1"' of deeds, pno 01, etc., we,
.... 1 I 1 .-..I . ... .1, ..III Hn v.. ,i . .,
tho 21st day of July, instant, A. I). 171, nt
o CIOCK in ine forenoon oi iiiaiunj, iduciuiin uy
tlrtuo of the power of sale contained In said
mortgage, .ell, at public auction, to tho' hiKhest
bidder, for cash, at the' office hoildinu of said
trustees, corner of AVwhliiKtoo, avenue, and istli
street, lath. tUy of Cairo,- In .Alexsader county
and state of Illinois, all the rlglil,ino ami inter
i nt ald Wllllain'II. Shutter or his asiluns. In
and to lot. numbered one, 1, two, ft three, 3, four,
4, Are. 6, sIx.C.seteQ, 7. eight. B, nlno.'J. ten, iu,
eleven, II, twelve, 12, thirteen, 13, founoen, H.
lifteen.lS, sIxtoen.lH.s.vnntevD. 17, cmhteoj, 18,
niaeieen, iv, iweniy, a", iwrmrwu,, ...t'u.j'
Iwo.W, twenty-tljreei-B.twsnty.four, SI. twenty,
five, 25. twentv,-ilx, W. twcnty.soven, !f7, twenty
..n t, I .hi tl,l f(v ft lliipfv.nnu
3l thlrty-two. 52. thlny-tliro, thirty four, 31,
UllUJ'UlVt, , -MSSS IJ'I i'' 1 I. . ' Jl '
tmrty-eignti so. iinriy-nine, a-,anu inriyi" tu mo
uiA rltv -nfr&iro. jftceordld totl 0 recorded tdut
thttreof. with the ftppurtenflnc-?w, tfluat)afy tho
purposes aniiL-ouuiuun ui iu '"""i.'Vj.,,,,
r u i:ti ftieu Tl VI. 1111
.- it,. - r i.i u
'- KlrtVIN l'ABSONB,
Trustees o f tho Cairo Cily I'roperlv .
Dated, Calro. III., July sth, 1H7I. ly'-td
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
n , f .1 . ..It . Vnt.m linrrllV nntlRf'll
that at a, sale pf real estate mvlj by tho sherltl of
Alexander county ai in. oirar oi .i .-uu.. imi.f.
Intliotownoi uairo, couu.y i nnwuun ra
state ot Illinois, on the ih,day ol Julie, A. I.
kit rx uf. u.CmIv nitre.linsad tn. followllti tie.
scribed' real estate, situated, in said counly, for
Ine taxes, interest bhu uuu muu iur uiu
year A. I. ISOV, lo.witt Fractional it. Y, of Bee
lion Two, T. 17, S. It, 1 V., In the name of M. M,
Ilnwhngs, and that ths said U. W, McKeala has
assigned all tu. rlaliL under said purchase to tho
undersigned ; and that the tlnio allowed by law for
the redemption of said real estate will expire on
tho 27th day Ol June: Wi. .
ttJl, r UALiLilLIAI .
June 30, 187L
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To M, ,M"Rawllnis t You are 'hereby notified
wt at a sale of realestate made br the sherlU of
Alexander connty at the door ol the court house,
in the town of Cairo, count of Alexander nnd
statool Illinois, on the 27th day ot June, A. D,
1S7U, u. winaioD purcnaseu tno ioiiowiok uu
scribed real estate, situated insaid county, or the
taxes, interest and costs duo thereon, for tnf
year A. I. 1870, tc-wlt i Fractional N.KrJco. 1, 1.
IT, H. B. 1 W., assessod In name of M. r.7
uay of June, A. P.W. WM r uLLIDAY.
OBDINANCE NO., 115,
An ordinance to amend softlon 280 of "a prdl.
nance to adopt the ordinance of tho city ol
Cairo a revised ' codified.''
Be it ordalnod by the City Council of tho City oi
. m... .... w oan -r n
nanc. to ndopt th. ordinances of the City oi
Cairo as revised and codified" be amended by
V.lln &rtf thm ward 'BrOVLslon" In Hftlri mm-
lion the word, "or any impure, unwholesome,
adulterated or dlluUd milk.'1
a a mn. amA. 1 art .
rrt JOHN M, LANSDEN. Mayor.
Attest, MU J, Bvun City Clerk, .jejedii t
...... u . uiss.t-illlillfi
STRATTON k MM),
(Successors toBtrntton, Iludion A Clsik.
inimr tn Arm eninn
tv7 fill in Tjivoo. Iiiiirn. I Minn
t-A;;enls of Aincrlcnn Ponder Co., and tr
faelurers ngents for cotton yarn. y7,l
CLOSE & VINCENT,
UJSjNERAL COMMISSI (
DEAliBEPl ITsT T.T-M"
Cem-cnt, Plahteii Paiiis,
VIj AH'IVKUEirS II A 1 It
rtlp- Vititm t 4 . A .....
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
Orders solicited nnd promptly filled.
II. M. HULEN,
uxx-uvjjiv AND tJUlN JiKiJll ( )
No. 134 Coramcrcial-aA'c,
MIL LEU & l'AKKER,
T -r-i a -w .
I4:IA 1. sT ' I 1 , I UU M
DEALERS IN FLOUR ffiif
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN II. l'HILLIS,
(Hucces-or to Parker & Phlllis,)
I t I', i I A , III l ,l W 1 1
DEALER IN HAY. CORN. OATS
Flour, Mcal, Bran,
I 'nn TP VTII.ST iun rtinn T .hub l-
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Successors to E. D. U.ndrickf A Co.,)
I'llI U .11 1 1 1 1 1 u Zlllll 1 A llll 111 IM II 1
Are prepared lo receive, storo nnd forward
freight, to .11 points and buy and
sell on commission.
swiluslness attended lo promptly.
General Commission Merchant
I'M OHIO LEVKE,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
AUo, keep constantly on hand a most cent,
plote stock of
SCOTCH AND I BIB II WBUKIU
-o i n a,-
Port, Mndoria, Shorry and Catawba Wines
RBMYT1I CO. sell exclusively for cash, lo
, which fact they invito tho ospcciai attcn-
tion ot cioio siargain uuyers.
Special aUr.ntion given to Filling Orders.
fia.Wm.ktlO work printing in many and
V t nil avIaaiI -tAlnH sir. nnn Imnsni.ln.
cebrj.ted.chronttejpreas-done at tho Bulletin
Jolyprlntlnaoince. This Is the most remarkablo
pres. ever invent!, as it ptrforms in one day
the work. In colored pnnthig, of ten ordluar
crMae.,t'nereby reducing the cost of thstcuartw.