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MOl .VD'cITV ANI) CAIRO.
tiiksteamtug, cache
Gait. William II. Sanmjsky.
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VOVR Tltll'S EVERY
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DAY
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At 10 A.M.
At I P.M.
At 0 P.M.
Lkavk Mil City,
viiuiirwnT,
At 8.30 A.M
At ii.no a.m.
At "30 P.M.
At C.30 l'..w.
WILL LAND. WIK.V HAILED,
AT TlO
nnr rxrrniiY. HAWkV I.a.VIUXO, KY.
WOVTH OK CACHE, MAIII.VK WAY,
AN II NAVY YAllll.
CAIRO
AND l'ADlfCAH
I'AOKKT.
DAILY
.rf k Tlir U'autirnl ntnl llvlil-ilrii((fii
Jggjgg; fli'amcr,
JAMKS FISK, JR.,
Ikinn Smimii, Mmlcr,
I.EAVKS OAIIIU DAILY,
it i o'rifH k, r.M. i
LEAVES l'ADUCAH DAILY,
Ht 9 o'CUKk, A.M.
WlUting etiiif rior iwcommodatioin ihc o
HMti nuLllc tmtrouftKe.
M-Pnrtifiikr uttcntlon it nnllocol fclion of I
inroicectiMRff, I'tit tlif i-oai win noi 1 rn-poii- 1
lbl for the aamf until colk-ct.'.t.
"lirATCH 'i!EK, n.l ST"! R ilay Mirf, mi hum
W bug Addrers Willi tamp, l.ATTA A CO,
Pitl?bury. I', Jj lB.IJtw3iii
1 flfin IlWK AOKNT.S WAXTKO.-HlglifJt
I I II II I C.1mnil..lnn 1 llll III l.rcllllutll'. rllll)
cuniliDMlonor diM.ognt. A New Han, cirtuUrn
frt'e. AJdr M. lf.ijettf Djrn, to ted.ir
htrtft, .f 10m. ))
st.TouTs"
LAW SCHOOL.
rpilK regtilar hnnunt termoftln School
X willi'lii on Wf-dnf'dnT, OetoW 1 ltt, H7I.
I iilltiiur.f, tun tinm ix munili", f h. btn
il'iitnadm tied totlii' ffmoflj"" nrx.nn umioii
lij nj'iliraLnii on or Ufore 11. t"Ur 7ih l7l.
ml; ul. n, S.;(i;r annum. l"or ..iru. lr
Nl.tf
G-. 1. STEWART,
ActinK lien of I.hh I'liculty,
203 X0KTH :W St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
ltKWAUI). 830.
Th iindtrisnel i py FIFTY DOM.AK.S
KKWAHI' tor the ttturn to hrn ol one kit ol
Voiildei Tool, or Pitl.i-r of the tool, Molen
from Kil A Unn'. foundry U-tufn iriitiirilay
firuiii; li'l at H o'clocl.itnd Mon.lny morning,
Jul) 11. Th tool f:e mnaiuVturml by C. N
Monk, nnd tr tt.nr imtrmi, mil ri marked
ltd tii. iniii4l'-.. II.' h. (I.WICK,
i ;tl .1 .Vaiju'k Foundry.
Cmm, I .. , J.i i c, .f n. j7dlw
G!UM l'HACK CKLKiilt.Vl'ION
)KI.MA). JI'J.V 171 II,
J OILS SC'HKHJS UAltl) KS,
CAIRO. ll.I.INOlf..
THEATHICAL ENT1M1TA I XM KNT,
"(Jrniuii,
")'Con.'(rt,
M'lllnmln.'illon,
I'AISKK.
AMI HAL
H.tCfhLratel
CAIIto SILVr.UCOl'.NKT II AN I),
'"n "ICti'd for rum,,,,,
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tn. ,,ir i .ih.
""""TWion crfr Ml 7().,ir.
ii!iii-il to he
Tho l,ol to .-..n.Mn.if.
g-Rajntd bail.
tBI
Ti.'k-
Kill'
"iidu.-lj by
H.- Mmiiion
HI ALIA AHM.euuos.
iit.Mn'iti:.
II. S. 11 VIMH.M i
DKATil-Ml IV iMinvim,,.,.
'rtl'U L KURNlTn I W
OU8a VUUSMHHIKO (100D.S,
UAH VIXTUHKS,
OllUC
HA KD and SOFT LUMrku
(d cvi ry d'M ii.uon,
LATH, SHINOLKS, CEDAlt Posts
DOORS, SASH, RLIXJIS.
OKDEIIS SOLICITED,
Steamboat Lumhf, it,
Furnished on chortcst notice,
Comnicrcial-av, bet, lOUi and JllL-iits.,
amp, iiiaxqw.
l JMlf
SECRET Qiimms.
THE .MAfO.VS.
OAti.sSOoMMAsrr.t. H. H-SMl tlJ
I tho Asylum .M.' ' '. ' nml ,,,,ri1 m'
lirdavs In each inonlln
GAiuoCVtseii, No. HI.-' ogulnr ConVncationat
Ms.onie Hull, ilic '' In each month.
CAtno OiiArriu, ' ft. 1gulnr;.Couvocatlon
t .Miontc JIhII. on inc iiiini i iieiiny 01 imj
MMDlh.
C'jiri" Uwr, No. 2-17 r. A A. 31 lingular coin.
munlcnticns'nt Masonic llnll, tho second nnd
foutlli Mondays ol each inoiilh.
Hilta 1innr. Nn.MS V. t A. M lirRiilar Com-
mniilo-itions nt Masonic Hill nrst mm mini
riiurn Jn) s in each month
the oi)i)-ri:t.i.ovs.
Ai tMirti liiiur, -'21. Meets In Ohl IYIIcm's
llfll, m Art r' Hull ling, every Thiirsday.;nfii.
eg, nt Ku'clo k.
N ttY ADVERT! S EM KNTS.
McCOMUS, KELLER A- BRVNES,
Fccuesor tu Adolphtia Meier A Cj
IMPORTERS AMI .IOIIIIKRS IN
HARDWARE AM) (.TTLhUi,
N'us. 100 nnd lo2 N. Main-st.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
OIIUKUS SOLICITED.
jylodlm
THE BULLETIN".
I'nIilNlie.l t-t-r.v moriiliiir, Jlomliiy t-x
-'tll.
orrr news.
CAIRO KALEIDOSCOPE.
Mr. Ncllis lms ndtlcd tlirco now sec
tions to liis drjr dorks.
Siillrv veatlior nud Inssltudo nnd
wenknosa nro jirov.ilont In till section.
A colored mother, residing on Seventh
street, Accidentally smothered her child,
night before Inst, by bleeping on it.
Tho proposed vilhdrinvnl ol Chief
Myers from tho police forco occnslons gen
eral regret. AVho will bo his successor?
If there were nny ofl'enders ngainst
municipal law tried yrstordny, 11 diligent
Ilintllrv on our part fulled to rovcal tlio
-One of our prominent lawyers is re
motely related to tho rather of his Coun
try nnd our country nnd lio don't enro who
knows it
Louis Jorgenscn'a now grocery, cor
ner of Twentieth street and AVnshington
avenue, was thrown open for business yes
terday morning.
Cairo is tho finest watering place on
the continent; nnd her citizens, npprcciat
inj; this fact, spend their summers nnd
monev nt home.
The house which adjoined .Mr. Thom
as' dwelling, near the corner of Locust and
Twenty-third streets, has jbeen moved by
Mr. Kennedy, to tho grounds opposite tho
Morgan residence.
Mr. Arthur lloyle lias entered tho list
of contestants for tho construction of tho
normnl university building nt Carbondr.le,
and will bo greatly disnppointcd if he does
not win the right to build it.
Tho alarm of firo yesterday morning
tibort right o'clock, was occasioned by tho
burning of a dcfeclivo flue, in tho building
adjoining I.liim's grm'ury store, on Wash
ington nver.ue. The flumes were c.tin
guhhwl. Tbo who would enjoy si trip to
M(Mm4 City, and tho braey breezes of tho
OWov sboold not forget tliut Commodoro
Sandusky, with tho tug Cache, wiil bo nt
tho levee, this morning, and run on sched
ulo time during tho day. Consult tlio
time-tublo published elsewhere
Prof. Stephen White, a son of tho sod
of St. Ocorge, has been in tho city for the
past two dayf, and win announced to give
readings in tlio parlors of .Mr. "Winter last
night. IIo comes well recommended, us
man and reader, charging only "generosi
ty " for admission, which, considering the
plentitudo of tho article, Is dirt cheap.
Tho basc-ballcrs of l'adticah, with
their friends, will bo in Cairo on Tliureduy
next. A proper respect for tlio I'aducuh
ians should impoll every saloon-keeper to
close his doors on that day, or if they will
keep open to tell to strangers only in
homeopathic do'os. Otherwise 1'aJucah
will not know itself for a month, at least.
-A petition is in circulation praying
the county court to repair tho .lonesboro
road, which is represented to bo In a very
bad condition, and that i probably one of
the reasons which impelled the country
people to vote ngainst railroads. In the
event of an lumasMibie. wagon road the
railroad might be used to some advautago
and that U bint exuetlv u'lnit thnv iliil mil
' '
-Our readers will not forit tlio grand
peace celebrutlou, announced for Monduy
evening, at School's hall. It promises to
I bo a grand niccess. Tlio first supply of
tickets were exhausted on KrUI.iv last, nnd
hundred more havo been printed
to meet tho .lnmn.wl I.;.......
celebration to rejoice over tin, r,.i,ir r
- b (P ll'( ll'IltHl III 1 M
pence to Europe, excluilitiL- all tmrlUnn
feeling from its pnrpiuei. l'etivltios will
commence at fuur o'clock. For narticu-
I l.l.u . 11 , .
m ju.iu i m mlviirt iuiti.i.... 1., il.t
I'lgS Ill-LLKTIS.
...-.tinvmiiiiv Ml lill
Is inorn-
-Tln
u louniy court entered nn nr,W
"'lru"S bounty Treasurer
-uartin 10 cash nil county ort'ers and iurv
W.-.U.H.-HK.-8 prcFeiuca to him, until such
in ....... . .
cuumy ciuti ns u in his possession is ax.
hauited. Tho court nho m,.,i,.
mwUs with the City .National Hank to r -
credit
. 1 1 t
n. v-Ill eIh.y(..U'C lnxu'
pmu in, win ,,i.i,.
?" Hi out.tundi,,, l C'"":U
--Mr. Martin Jlrown i i......
father hat mmi,, .... . , .. '"b dr
ll,..,. " niinso f. w
- iiiiemi no ollcnse to tho eoml,..
whninv,,. ....... - 1110 BMitleiiiun
Or tO th, f,.rI
ductlm. .i... .. . 7. tul"el con-
,. " "'jui'cuon bus no.s for him
Aho mandamus and the two notices o in
terved on our county oouil to rwtralu
av par all county scrip and jury cor
tiUw.te.. This was done to prevent par..
i.T ."'''"''a the ellbrts which.
THE CAIRO
that body from issuing tho bonds to tho
railroads, nre, wo can assure him, perfectly
safe. They aro now stowed nwny in a vorj
co.v cornor of tho vault of tho county
clerk's oflleo. It is tho purpso of tho
court to liavo photographio copies of them
taken j to havo thoso copies framed nud In
their lelsuro moments to gn.o upon and
nondor over tholr weight v contents. Ill"
documonls should be, by nil means pro
- -0 .
served as i memorial of tho amount ot
darkness posslblo to crawl Into nnd over
shadow our noon-day civilization.
The manner In which Chief -Myers
has been coinc for thoso who Indulge
in fast drivlne has dieted the admiration
Df every person too poor to ride and there
fore compolled to walk. UI course, none
of tho lattor class caro to iiiuulro .the 1110
tivo which prompted tlio chief to the ligld
overhauling of tho drivers of fast nags.
Hut It has leaked out, somehow, that My-
..... . .. . 1 If . ..!.!..!.
o-s hlmsell Is tlio owner 01 n -puig "iiiun
ho has been vain enough, heretofore, to be
lieve " went it " away down In tho ' 2:30" ,"
or thereabouts ; that ho challenged several
gontlomen, owners of "lightning
steppers," to a "breeze" on the
road; that they accepted, and
that tho result was, -Myers "got loft."
Sinco which tlmo every horse, presump
tuous enough to "go It" In less than 12:0,
falls under his jealous eye, and tho owner
is Incontinently "gobbled" nnd lined for
owning a decent horse. This statement of
tho case has been furnished us by n genllo-
man who owns an animal ns Is an animal,
and who weighs In stocking feet 10
pounds, skirmishing weight, nnd strikes n
few tuns, when well.
Tho strugglo over tho custody of tho
county scrip nnd jury certificates waxes
warm. Judgo Dross has the statutes of
thoStato of Illinois by tho car, figurative
ly speaking, and thoy follow hi in wher
ever ho leads. He has pumped them dry
nnd knows them better than they know
themselves. Although this is true, thoy
nvnil him nothing ; for if ho had not laid
tho capacious hand of tho county court
on tho county scrip book, whilo tho
county clerk was absont, ho might bo now-
trying his tactics and his statutes In r.n
attempt to obtain that register nnd to can
cel its uncalled-for scrip. Mr. Ilarinan,
however, dooi not propose to bo enpturod
in that way. His jury certificate book re
poses calmly within tlio walls of his vault,
and he carries tho open-scsamo of Mint
vault In his breeches pocket. Kor tho
county court ho don't caro a, fig. Ho
snaps his finger nt it, and like Macbeth
dares them to tho conflict. Yesterday tho
ndviccs fr om their scat of wnr indicated a
temporary suspension ol hostilities to cn
nble the combatants to burnish up their
rusty weapons, and refresh their military
knowlcdgo bv a careful study of Hardee's
Tatics nnd tho leading strategic features
of the late Franco-Prussian struggle.
RELIGIOUS.
TIIK I'OKMATION OP A PHOT KsT AST I.KAOUK
-MOVK.MKNT OK UKI.KHOUB llOUIKS
HAI'TliT CONVKNTION, E'IC.
That Tub Hullkti.v has wonnreputa
tiou for the broadness nnd catholicity of
tho religious spirit which always pervades
its columns is a fact of which wo feel
justly pioud. Without being at all secta
rian, it sees tho good in tho creeds of men,
overlooking that which does not commend
itself to its judgment. It is in this spirit
of tolcranco that Tub Hullkti.v is forced
to condemn unequivocally tho proposed
formation of a Piiotkstant Lkaouk in this
city. Such n movemont could only have
tho oll'ect of widening a breach between
persons of dilferent faiths which is, for the
ood of mankind, already too wide. Tho
golden ago of universal love is what men
should strive for; and thi certainly en
never be reached by tho promotion of in
tolerance and tho growth of bitterness.
And litis would be the effect of tho forma
tion of such a league as has been talked
of. This action on tho part of
protestants, witli nuro zeal than discre
tion, would lead to similar action on tho
mrt of their opponents. And tho saving
of soiiIb would bo the least of the work of
such bodies. Having their origin in the
devil's sin of animosity, thoy would breed a
feeling in our uiotcommuiiity, that every
good and seusiblo citizen should seek to
avert. Thero is no uso of it. And wo
hope, that, with the absence of the excite-
ucnt which gavo the move Impetus, and
with tlio return of cooler judgment, tho
matter will drop and end where it began.
Tho baptisLs of this rity will hold a
ccting at tho resideneo of Mr. Stowart,
on YVeiinosuiiy night lor tho purpose ot
electing trustees, deacons, u treasurer nnd
clerk. Tlio erection of a clfurch building
ins been decided upon, and tho necessary
utids to commence work at once havo been
provided.
The Clear Creek baptist association will
convene In JMlasicl, during tho second
week in August. -Messrs. Oamble, "Webb
and Oberly havo been suggested as dele
gate,
Tho lifivercnds O'Hallorau, Coan, Footc,
Thompson and Friend, nro in tlio city, and
will hold services In their respective pla
ces of worship.
A WONDERFUL DOCTOR,
oriiKti i:kkkctki iiy tub laying on of
II AN I It., AMI TUB AHMlHIHTKlllKO OK
MKDIUINBS, TO ALL HUT HIM ALONB UN
KNOWN, Villa llldgo is tho possossor of a sensa
tion which promises to eclipse tho Curd 1 11'
Olnnt, Victoria "Woodhull, tho Now-York
riots, or uny other modern curiosity.
Within its grim and classic precincts abides
one Cherry; a Chorry, tall and stalwurt of
form, with dark, penetrating orbs, hid tin
der a musslvo brow, nnd covorcd by a sklu
as black as night. Ho repudiates Keculie
plus and candidly disclaims nny know!
odge of him. For his followers ho pro
fenics a profound contempt, and stigmatizes
them as niero educated machines. His
sphero is loftier nnd nobler. Tho heullng
powers which he exorslsos nro, hochilms. a
direct gill from Heaver., t.nd tho secret of
eurativo powers of bis medicine was
impurtea to lilm while on u vllt to tho
hot wanting thoso who bollovo In lilm. I
mini oevonu itio earin. Aim murn urn
An old Udy lu this city, respectable and
well kuown, while lying, at she. beliovod,
nt the point of death, sunt for lilm. llu ur-
DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1871.
lived nnd wont throught his procoss of
honling by laying 0n or hands,' and sho as
serts that lo-dny sho Is well ns over.
Crossli.g tho street to n shanty whoro nn
Invalid was lying helpless with rhcuma
tlsm, ho exorcised thoso samo powors, nnd
with the most brllllunt succoss. Tho Jn
vn'M Instantly nreno and wnlkcd forth n
new man. At least, it Is nssortcd Hint
such was tho ense, nnd our Informant, who
Is ordinarily Intelligent, informs us that ho
witnessed tho euro effected in tho enso of
the old lady mentioned. Is tho secret
of tho Elixir of Youth known, and docs
the colored physician of Cairo's graveyard
know it? That's tho question.
CIRCUITCOURT,
FuliirJuy, July 15th, 1871.
Dukes vs. MeOluro; cross motion of
plaintiff to proseeuto"i'(irirt pauperis al
lowed, and attachments vs. lludd Higgs,
Daniel Dcmitt anil Henry Jaivis Issued.
In tho matter of H. II. Cunningham,
appeal from county court, complainant
lismisscd his notion.
In the matter of S. Staats Taylor, samo
order.
Harclay llros. vs. Morrlwcnther ; plain
tiff took nonsuit. Green & Gilbort for
plaintiffs.
James A. lloach el. nl. vs. Timothy
Coakloy. was called a section of jurors
placed on tho stand when something wo
don't know whether it was tho moin of tho
urors, or what, created In tho parties
spirit of compromiso, and a caso which
hid been twico tried and had cost tho
county hundreds of dollars, was then nnd
there compromised, each party agreeing
to pay one half the costs.
Tho caso of Dukes vs. McCluro was then
called for trial. Tho defendant announced
himself ready, but tho plaintiff's witnesses
not being present, ho prepared nn affidavit
or n continuance, but after a short con
sultation between tho parties it was agreed
to pass tlio caso until -Monday morning, at
which limo tho case will probably be
tried
Sevornl cases wero called and disposed of
without trial ; after which court ndjourned
tin til nine o'clock .Monday morning.
Chance. Tho unnamed sail-boat, tho
winner of tho fourtli of July rnce, was
built in this city by -Messrs. Itabcr 6: Car
penter, and is pronounced by parties au
ait in tilings nnuticnl to bo an excellent
specimen of workmanship. Tho length
of keel is 21 feet ; breadth of beam feet
2 inches; depth of hold, 2 inches; cen
tre board, 5 feet long, and carries 00 yards
of canvass Tho builders, who aro tho
proprietors, propose to dispose of her in
this way : Four clubs nro to bo formed of
ten members each ; each member of each
club to subscribo ten dollars, which will
insuro tho subscriber for four chances.
"When tho four clubs are formed the draw
ing will tako place, and will bo governed
by the samo rules and regulations attend
ing nil ordinary lottery drawings. It is
understood that each subscriber to a club
draws for tho club to which ho belongs,
nnd not for himself Individually. Tho
boat will bo on exhibition nt tho levee
every sailing, or windy day, and an
invitation is extonded to the public to
visit her nnd enjoy n lrcc ride. jy i5,3t
A single trial will convince tho mos
skeptical of tho clfienncy of HELM
HOLD S CHAPE PILLS in sick or nerv
ous headache, jaundice, indigestion, con
stipation, dyespopsia, billiousness, liver
complaints, general dobility, etc. No nau
sea, no griping pains, but mild, pleasant
and safe in operation. Children tako them
with impunity. Thoy nro tho best nnd
most reliable. HELM HOLD'S EX
TJtACT SAltSAPAltlLLA crcatoi now,
fresh nnd lioaltliy blood, bonutlfiej tho
complexion, and imparts n youthful ap
pearance, uispctiing pimpies, moieties,
moth 'patches nnd all eruptions of the
skin.
Oun IUiluoAi) l.NTKitKvr. The present
encouraging evidences of railroad pros
perity should induco every citizen of Cairo
to patronizo Fred. Theobold, who has re
turned to tho city and taken charge of his
popular tonsoriol palace, on Sixth street,
between Ohio loveo and Commercial av
enue rrcu. is a master in his business,
with ii reputation that extends far and
wide. Ho employs only tho most skillful
workmen. His razors nro sharp, his tow
els fresh and sweet, and his barber-shop as
cleun and bright as a now pin. Givo Fred
a call, all for tho sake of nuld Inng sync.
Ktti.iAiu.K ano Sakk. Dr. Honry
Hoot and Plant Pills are mild nnd please
unt in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Iloing en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diot or business. Thoy
arousu tliu liver and sccrctivo organs Into
healthy action, throwing oil' discuso with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system
Try them nnd you will bo satisflod
Price U5 cents u box. Sold by druggists
and dculors in mcdicino everywhere
Propnrodby tho Grafton Mcdicino Co., St
Louis, Mo. myOdm
Wbis Ubkk. Churley Sehonemoyor,
at tho Kgyptiau saloon, is in constant rc
coiptofa full supply of tho purest and
freshest Avoiss Ilcor a bevorngo fit for a
lord; exhllloritlng without intoxicating,
cool nnd dolicious just tho drink to fight
tho dog-dnys with. Hesldes Weiss Heer,
which ha makes a specialty, ho has also
on hand an oxcollont stock of wines, .
rpiors nud cigars. Call on him.
St. Nicholas, Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations at tlio St. Nich
olas (forinorly the St, James) at $1 per
week. Tho houso Is nt tho corner of Ohio
levee and Eighth street, a contrul location.
and Is proprletorcd by Hnny AValker,
who is alivo to tho wants of hb patrons.
Pintles doslring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tlio office,
miiyUdtf
Shoks'Wakiiantkii. Mr. Hlaek of tho
City Sliou Storo, agent for tlio sale of our
gontlometis', ladies' nnd misses' shoes, is
authorized by us to warrant nil of our
shoos bea:ing tho stamp of tho City Shoo
Store, and to reploco with now ones nil
bIioos of our brand sold by him that may
fip- HltOLAHKI ii Co.,
Jy-l-tf tShoo Manufacturers, St. IouU.
Kindlino. 600 gluus boxes " for sulo
at 6 cents each. "VY. "W. Tuoiiinw.
o2ttf.
Tho photographio gallery lately occu
pied by AV. T. AVorthlngton, It loflttod
and lcfurnlshod In first-class stylo by J. J.
Thomas, ft practlcnl photographor nnd
first-class workman, who "soys ho has
noino to stay." Givo him atrial. tf
Come to Stay. llobort Hold hns per
manently established n conl ynrd nt Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purposo of
supplying steamboats wlih coal. Tows ot
nil times, day or night.
Jc8lf U.S. Hutch is'ko.v, Agent.
Fon Salk. The building now occupied
by Herman Meyer, on tho lovoe, Is offsred
for saloon very roasonnblo toims, ns ho
proposes to erect a now building on tho
site of tho old ono nl once. Jy l l-2t.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS 1 1 1
Flvo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FItUlT
CANS at the nkwo'oiik BToitr, at $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholesale and rotnil
stock In tho city.
OllKKLKT & PATIBIJ.
Kbkp Cool. Kctrlgcrators, too chests
wntcr coolers, IXL Ico cream freezers
bath tubs, Japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc, at
BEE1VWART, OUTH & CO.'S,
mylStf 130 Com. Ave.
Mauiuaok Guiuk. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 224 pages. Price
50 cents. Address Dr. Uutts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Sco Advortlsemont.
A Word of Ahvicb- Mothers know
tho importance attached to tho euro of
teething children. Kcr.d tho advertise
ment of Mrs. 'Whltcomb's Syrup in an
other column, jylld&wlw.
RIVERNEWS.
PORT LIST.
AUBtVAU.
City of Che. lor, Mem., Quickstep, EransTllle,
Illinois Columliu, Klin tlnglies, NanliTllle,
ciinyniiie, L,ouiriue, Tooniiuri, mcumin,
Uisnurck, at, I.ouln, Mtrblo City, Ht. I.oule.
MriTlEti,
City Chester, St. Loum, Quickstep, EnTille,
Mlooii, Columbus, Jno. I.innn.lf n.Nmlmlie,
Ella Hughe, KliriU , Kddy vllie, Loulst illf,
Bismarck, fitw Orleans, Marble City, Mfinplili.
Tho Ohio river at this point is falling,
and Is very shallow above, with only twenty-six
inches in tho channel at French
Island, '
Tho Mississippi continues to declino be-
tweon this point and St. Louis. Tho lower
Mississippi also continues to decline.
Weathor hot and sultry.
Uuslnoss fair.
Tho freight charges on narrow gauge
railroads is just one-half tho cost of tho
came number of rails for tho guago of tho
old style, now in goneral uio in this
country.
Shipments arc reported brisk to Nash
ville and Now Orleans.
Tho Marble City took out ono hun
dred and ten tuns for Memphis. t
Tho Bismark is filling out with all it
wants for Now Orleans nnd way points.
The low water on tho Ohio com
polled tho Indiana to stop hero and re
ship her Louisville passengers on the
Eldyville. "
For tho samo reason tho Floronco
Lo and Evansvillo havo boon substituted
for tho Quickstep and Idlcwild In tho
Cairo nnd Kvnnsvillo trade
Tho Olencoo Is here, and llko Micaw
b)r; is waiting for somothlng to tarn up.
BY TELEGRAPH.
PEORIA.
Teoiua, July 1C Mountaineer, Kansas
City; Fannlo Lowis.
CAMBRIDGE.
CASinniDOE, July 1C River stationery,
and weather vory warm.
CINCINNATI.
OtKoiNKATi, July 15. lliver has risen
3 inches; 7 feet 4 inches In the channel;
weather clear in part.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, July 10. Arrived Henry
Ames, New Orleans; Johnion, Keokuk;
Fannlo Lewis, Cambridge: Bolfast, Ohio
rivor; Mollio McPiko, Quincy; St. Luke,
Jefferson ; W. J. Lowis, Kansas City.
Departed Octnvia, upper Mississippi ;
Sallie, "Whito Jrivor; Shrovo, Hod rivor;
Mollio McPiko and Andv Johnson, Keo
kuk; Merrill, St. Puul ;" II. O. Yarger,
New Orleans; Julia, Vicksburg.
UKOL'KBIEH AND DRY UOODH.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DllY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATH AJill CAPS, BTC,
lias Juit rocelred a heavy stock of Boots and
Hhooa, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALK FOB CASH VEKY CHEAP
Ho alio lias a (hie slock of Family Groceries ot
every kind.
COUNER SIXTII-ST. AND COMMER-CIAL-AV.,
CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
MEDICAL.
TOE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN
(IX
(111 HAT SOCIAL KVILH AND ABUSES,
Which Interlcrowilh marriage, with auro meana
of r.'lif for theorilngand uuforlunate, diseased
and debilitated. Bent In sealed eiirflopen, free of
chaign. AddrenB, Howard Hanltarv Aid AmooIr
Hon, No.tiBoiith Ninth-si., I'hlhidelphia, Pa.
Jy7daw:im
A HOOK FOR T'HK MILLION,
MARRIAOi:
GUIDH.
A Private. Counselor
to the Married or
on the physiological
lyMerie-mnd revolutions of the sexual system
with tlio Intent discoveries in producing and pro.
veutluK ollnprlng, preserving- ttiecomjlfxion,Ac.
'IIiIh is tin interesting work of two hundred and
twenty. four pages, with numerous engravingi-,
nro marrind or contemplate marriage still it n a
laid carelessly about the houso.
Hum wiiu iiikiii iu n tinner iock aim aoj!
and not
Kent to any ono (free of postage) for b0 cent
Aiiuress i-r. nuiut- nispensary
No. U
Eighth Hlreet, til. Louis, Mo,
notice to tlie Aflllcted and Unfortunate.
Ueforo applying to the notorious Quacks who
advertise In tno public papers or using any Quack
tomedles, peruso Dr. Hutta' work, no matter
wliat your uiscaso is ur now uepiorame your cou-
our tllscase Is c
.lidmi.
Dr. Uutts can bo consulted, personally or at
mall, on the ditaeses montioned in hi works,
omce. No. VI K Klxlitli eUt cl, Let. Market land
Cliuxtuut, tjt. LouU Mo. myVdVflT
I.KOAM
NOTICE.
IBfo.P.r,,b fn ,ht Unlault having been mado
EHScrMx1
"th A. D 1804 n f Y ,1'ropeity, dated May
onicc, in nnd I for AhT?"M ln "'o He-order's
1 1 1 1 noli, in book e?7 i0r onn In " slatoo
Mi. i Hat .lay of July, " ?.
2ih?Ic "J 71 to"""" nf thatdv im ler'nnd bv
virtue nf Hi iKif r of side. ponl ? ,r. n 1 "K
morigage, sell ,,t pAbllo auction to t i ll,"1'
bidder, for ea.li, ..( the , oil co " ii ding r'".'!?
trustees, corner of Washington nven. eand A .1
atrjet. lu the rlly of Cairo, In AlexVndi.r ennn.'1
and state of Illinois, all the riant VlV iS.I iniS
est or said William l'l. hi," lt"?oV I a n Jn" In
and to lots numbered one, l,twn.i Hire. Tr!, ,
4. live. 6. sls.0 seven, 7. iight, H, !". tT.'-tf "'
eleven, II, twelve, i, thlrlfen, 1:1, four ten II
flfleen, 1.'., alxleee, M.sMe.iteen, 17, eiihte "n, i'
nlnctfi-n. PJ, twenty, i, tenl,-one. ill lw?ili.
wo,2i, txenty-l Inee.AI. Iweiily.fotir.SI IweSly
five, ii. IwniH-Hlx, m, Iwenly'sevfii, . IwentV.
ejgbt.w, lwenj:ln, if. ll.lrtv.y.-V'lh-VlyA?-Hufi.'-WSt
!u. ,'lr'ri--l"-"-. i thirty fottr.ai
th l y-llvc. M, thirty. six, an, thlriyseven. 31,
ivi. ' n' ""r-i"-. -r'. an. i mrtyiii to I he
lliror, withilin appurtf nanca, to sntmfr (Ihi
purposes a-i.loundltlon of said Mortgane. '
H. bTAATS TAYI.on.
KUWIN PAItHONH,
r, . T,rll-f,,;so 'he Cairo t;uy Properly
l)t., Cairo, III., July Sth, 1871. Jyutd
1IUUNK NIIVINfi.
HOUSE MOVING.
JAMES KENNEDY,
MACTICAL
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
It prepared to do all kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
AM)
iiei-aiui.no or tvmtv dbsciiiptiom
Of THE MUST I A SO A MX trBMS.
OHDEILS left at tho resilience ol Mr. Kennedy,
on Center street, next door to tho new school
huuir.oraddreFifd to Hie care of P. U. Ilox 410
or t e lliillctin ollice, will rceeiro prompt atten
lohn. HF.WI.1fO maciiim:.
NO HUMBUG.
II. F. GOODYEAR
Is now offering the
GROVER AND BAKER,
FAMILY AND MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINES.
Willi privilege or paving In monthly Installments
without Interest, aud with choice between the
urover ami iiaaer shuttle or stlcth machine,
stlcthea alike on both sides.
I'ersocs wishing to buy a first-class sewing
machlno forthwith hemmer, filler, braider anu
quilter, guagoand thumb-screw, oilcan, bottle ol
oil, aorew.drlvcr, twelve extra needles, four bob.
bins and extra m edio plate, should givo Good,
year a call.
Callsnd see samples of work, at
No. 18G Washington-avenue,
Nearly opposite the Ilulletln office,
1IETWEEN ELEVENTH AND TWELKTILSTS.
Jylldlm
420 Nortli Elvihth St., CliiUJIk.
Dolabiiis H,JM
VECETABLEflv
A color and droHHuig that will
not bum tlic hair or injure the
head.
It does not produce a coloi
mechanically, as tho poisonous
preparations do.
It gradually restores the hri,;
to ita original color nnd lustre,
by supplying new life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fiuo hair.
Tho beat aud Brfftfet articlo
vcr offered.
Clean and Pure. No sediment.
Sold everywhere.
'ASK ITOR DOBBINS'.
CEL E BR ATED BITTER COR DIAL
WHOLESALE DKl'OT:
HCHI'.KTZ 8
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE,
N. W. COJINEK FIFTH ANU HACK HTS.
alilliulvlililn, l'n.
JOHN SCIIBETZ, .'..HOLE TOflPItlrrrott,
It Is n reliable Fi tally Medicine, nod can Ix
aken by either infant or ac tilt with tho same bei
ficial results. It it accrtnin, prompt and seedr
emcdy tor diarrhea, dyscnterjf, bowels complied
dyspepsia, lownets of spirits, fulutings, sick
stomach, headacho, etc. Forchillaand lever ol
all kinds, it la far better nnd slier than quintni
eithout any of Us pernicious ellects. It ulleclt
in appetite, proves a ocrfiil dlKestor of fuoc
and will counteract th erteets of liquor inaf w
minutes. As Indisputable evidence. oflti in
cal properties, wo append a few of tho many
tlflcatcs in our possession I
Johnson's Depot, East Tcnn., and Vs. It.
Tenn.
Jacob Schxxti, Kt. Dear Bin I nave used th
Bitters I have obtained Itom you, and find lliem
to bo all they are recommended to be. I found
one bottlo to atlord me coninlerable. relief, 1 leei
ai thou jli I cannot do very well without them, in
ray present state of health.
U. MENK1K, HBHouthnth st., I'hlla.
Pastor iliiptlst I'assyunk Church
Bold by W. P. Allen, M Mam street Dubuque
octlOdU
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Mft
wimcoaB's
Syrsp.
WIIITCOMB'S
Syrup.
Mrs.
WIIITCONB'8
Myrup.
Cures oolic and griping
in tho bowel", ami fit.
cllltatos the prooets of
teething.
HubdiiCN eonvnlsiens
and overcomes nil dis
eases Incident to In
I'rlre,
85
Ceull.
I'rlre,
25
Cents.
Price,
25
Cents,
fants aud ohlldrcn.
Cures diarrhea, (linen,
tery midsummer coin,
plaint luchlldienol all
ages.
Ills the Great Infant's nnd Children's Soothing
Remedy In all disorders brought on by Teething
or any other cause, PrepnreiTby tlio '
GRAFTON MEDICINE CO., fct. Louis, Mo,
Bold jy Druggists and Dealers In Medicine
everywhere, my7dwcm
7-30 GOLD LOAN.
JAT tOOKE 4 CO. nro now soiling at par the
Jirst Mortgage Land Orant Gold Ponds of the
Northern Pacific Railroad Company bearing sev
en and three tenths percent, gold interest and se
cured by first and only mortgage on tlie cntlm
road and equipments nnd on more ttn'Q
22,000 ACRES OF LAND
to every mllo of track, or 600 Acres of Land Jo
each 11,000 Hind. Thet" Is no other security, m
tho market more safe or so profitable.
The hleheat current price will be paid for U.H.
FIVE TWENT1B3. and all other marketable se
ciiritlei risoowed In exchange. I'amph ota. maps
and full information furnished on application.
LUNT, PRESTON & KEAN,
BANKERS, CHICAUO,
aonoral Agents for Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota
and Northern Indiana,
roa eau r
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK '
AND
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
d&wti Oaiscs Illinois.
COMMISSION ANI I'OUWAKIUXII.
W.Bttatlon. l.oua.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toBtratton, Hudso-i A CI irk )
WHOLESALE GROOKltS,
ANU
COMM ISS10N M KUCHA NTH,
57 Ohio Levco, Cairo, Illinois.
W-Agenls of American Powder ' and mn
faclurf tn agents for rolloii yarn. J T.I tt
CI.OSK k VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
AStl
Cement, Plabtish Pakik,
ASD
PLASTERER'S II A I U,
4'ornt'r riKhlli Nlrret antl Ohio l.cre
CAIRO, ILL.
PETER CUHL "
txcu'tira
FLOUR MERCHANT
AID
MILLERS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
Orders solicited nnd promptly filled.
jyldLf
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MEECHANT,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER & 1 'ARK Kit,
GENERAL COMMISSION
lll
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AM)
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Lkvek, CAIRO, ILLS.
.JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Successor to I'arkcr 6t l'hillis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
ASO
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
An
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Coit. TE.N'TlI-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILL.
J. M. PHILLIPS. 4 CO.. '
(Successors to E. H. lUndka A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
"WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS,
CAIRO, ILL.
yXpiLiberal Advances made imonSVW
yV5 Consignments, CM
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all points and buy and
tell on commission.
SWIIuslnesa attended to promptly.
WOOD RITTENHOUSR,
(Hucccssor ot Aycrt A Co.)
FLOUR
AMI
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
WINKN AN MtiUOIU.
WM. H. SCH UTTER,
Iilnrler and Wholesale Ienlr ita
WINES, LIQUORS,
AMI
TOBACCO &c cia-A.ias.
Agdit for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
AID
ImiiorKHl Alt' of DltTercttt Kind.
75 Ohio Levee,
II CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOUKFLETII,
tvccctsoH I'Oiili a stock r urn
Hectifyor nud Wholesale DNMr w
Foreiirn nnd Uoineatle
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No, 78 Omo Lkvkk,
6rnisarui.li Hiovt; C&1R0, ILLINOIS.
TTE keeps on hand constantly a full stock ot
XX. Old Kentueky Bourbon, Bye and Monollga.
hela Whiskies, rreocli llrandlea, UolL Id (im.
ltolao ana Uthfomla Wines. v .B3ui(

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