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TIMKTAT4LK Of TI1K ILLINOIS CENTRAL n. 11.
0 and after Hiinday, Ma? Illh, IS71, the follon
nj Imc-tablo will govern the arrival and depart
ure nf pnesinger trains at Cnlrnt
);pj'f-Mll train, dally ... IMS p.m.
Kxpreaa, daily ............ 2:V i.m
.1 'it, c Mall, dally..... ... 3:3ii.ii.
Eipreas, dally, except flumUy 3:311 ).m.
niiuougii ue regular Bt. Louis train Is taken oil
.Hi Iralna out ol Cairn will have through cr
l-.r ."I. 1,otile, which will ho taken thn-tiKh from
Hii en n by thnlralna on the llellevll'c tn.nl, I'l-
tiH.1 nit I clot connection ll li mane ill I'll
M ioi.i, mill ihM will h no change of emu fiom
niioi'i Ht. I.onii.. The tr.Ua leasing (W.i nl
I imp in. will have a t it roitizli ilcepmgor lor hi,
i.'UM l lie attention or iIiIit i .(jtlnllj-
l' d lo the fact lint a Krult Express Irnln will
leal Cairo dally, (Saturday txvuil, and will
liial... llio run from this city to Chicago in lcn'y
; hours. Ji. JkIINso.V, Agent.
QUICKEST KOUTK FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Si I-oris, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cur
lAOO, New Yohk, Boston,
POINTS KAST AND "WEST.
Pat'euger trains nrrlvnnt And leave Cairo m fo.
Ami .Tinii a.m .Ii.'llt p.m.
I'ttAat Ill 13 a.m ill 1.1 p.m.
Both Iraln. connect a: Ceiitraha with train on tno
Pills, INT it ii r, Illooinlngfut, III lnn, t.a Salle,
Mendota, Frccpnrt, (Lilem, !iil.u.iie, hii. I
all pnlnfa In Illinois, Mi ourl,
Mlime.nta, .Viseon-in hii. I
Ioms. Anil h ith
(.lno running Ea.t mul West for
Hi. Lniil, HpfngflcM, t.niilevillc,
Cincinnati, lu.f aunoh, Columbus,
And at Chicago Willi Michigan Central, Mlchlgin
Southern, au.l ii 1 1 Ui ir. Kurt Wayne
and Chicago Railroad lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Itoston, Philadelphia,
Nlagra Full., Erie. lliitLiln,
Hew York, I'ittalmrg, ll.dliiiiorc,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tickets nnd information, apply to
IllinoU Central Italltoad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent. Cairo.
MOUND CITY AND CAIRO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William II. Sandusky.
FOUR TRIPS EVKRY DAY
CAIKO JI&ID CITY
toot or riuHTii KiKiir,
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At I P.M.
At 5 p.m.
Lkavk Aln. Citv,
At 8.30 a.m.
At 11.30 a.m
At '.'..10 p.m.
At C.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
1103C KACTOUV, HAWk'h I.ANMNtl, KV.
mouth or caoiik, makink ways,
ANH NAVY YAKI.
CAIRO AND I'ADUCAH DAILY
The beautiful and light-draught
JAMES FISK, JJ.,
J.ii,n- Suimev, Mauler,
leaves Oaiuo daily,
At '- o'i l.i ik, i mi. ;
LEAVES VADUCAH DAILY,
AI ft o'tlJKK, A.M.
oS'llnriiK .iu-eriur accotninoddtinua the an.
,lelU pulilio panoiiiige.
uBM'iirll. lil ir alti'ii'ion ik paid lorn) eetinn of
linoiee enarj:ea( 1011 ine noai win 1101 i.u reapou
ii.ih ior (tin aauiv until rouoeien.
AirATt'H l'i:i:i:.iun! srm n day Hire, no hum
V Lug Addre.a with atamp. I. VITA A CO,
1 itl ,,00K AOK.NTS WA.VTKI).-Higliei.t
J,Ml t.'oinrnialoii SI,0i In iremiuma, elnli
'Miihio:illou or diacounl. A AVw I'Imii. eircuhra
a lie. Addrea M. Lafayiltu lljln, Kl (edur
Mlwt, Nua York. jyUwtt
FIMIK regular annual lerniofthla Law t'el.oul
L illop.n on Weilnenday, Oetnher lllh, ll.
l ull i-iuri mo termt lx moiiiha, oieh. (-In-
.iiifcHilinllteil to the aenlor ela on exaiulnatlon
)i) iiplieailnn on or U'fore (Vlnl.cr Till 1 s7 1 .
11 f, Jul tm tier milium. For partlctiUra
C3-. 3sC. STBWAET,
Aming lleaii ofl.uw Kuonlly,
ild.i NOKTH 5irdSt.,ST. J.OUIH.MO.
i ... ,,,l..r.lime,l will l,av FIFTY llUl.l.AHH
1 t:Vltt' K.r "1" return to him nt 0110 kit ol
M.nil.U i'a TOla, or vltlier 01 1110 iooi, aioien
j.. 111 need Jt Mann'a foundry Iwiwevn Haluiilay
11 MU lakt 111 u oelK'KHli. inooiiay ninriiiiiK
.I .i. , Ti.. i110Uu1.ro initollfaelurtil liv C Al
h,u , ami i.'iir their iiiiriut, and were marked
. 1, Hi. i..ilUU"l.. II." H.O.IHJICE,
at lUo.1 A Mauu a roundry.
Cul,... Ilia.. July , 171.
it:t: cm: am hai.oo.v.
JCE CREAM SALOON,
(X)MM BUC1A L A YEN 0 E,
itrluiu Nnru(riilli Mini i:iulif rcuOi
flMIK HAl.OON liaa been huii.Uoinely Hue 1 11
aiu win am aya uppiy me wti
7uU fuiind aD)where In Ihocliy.
J A.MILIKSOH PAltTIlCS SUIM'LIKD
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
aatr he pulrohiige of the public l refpcctfillly
KO. 160 WASHINOTON AVENUE,
Una on hand
A FINK STOCK OF WATUif KS,
ULOOKH, JKM'KLUY, ETC.
WrUcular atteniioo glu-n to
KKl'AIIUNu kUNK -SVATCHES.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
M rat-riiK riT .
1 Oils H miEHU'4 CO.'S Hook ttlndiry.in
lJ thelliiiTilimilinir, i prepared iu tmu'uu
31 fcmd of UaoU ,,Un to Ihn pul.llv mi. do
North, Through fcWM.m. 2.00 p.m
Way 2i p:m. U;' p.nv
Sotith, Way Ut&p.tn. ll;i0p.m
" Through N. 0., Mem
phis nnd Coluinbu .! p.m. LWp'm
Ohln Uiier route, (ece'l
Mnn.lay) r.;tip,m. O.tKip.ni
Iron Mountain It. It :m.in. U:i)p.m
ti, ltuer route, Tueiliy
nml KrIJay Ciop.m. ".I'lp.m
TlielM Oinifc IkIaiiiI A fmitrt
IV, I1U., ThilftHlay .1 I rL
ilny i f.:(lp,in. TiMa.m,
Mi) I'n 1,1, lllanilvil.o iuil
lon'iii o, Ily ll.ooa.m. l.top.tn
On.enil i(liry 7i:sin.in.
Money onl'f ilepaalmcnt (.Ill a.m. O.IM
It.gi.ier " " " " a.m. Mp.m
Money Ontor nnit Itejluer ilepaitinrtits not
open on Miimlayn.
Oaiiui iVnnnMitnr. No. 13. Slale.l Asfem'ly
at the Axjlum Manonu Hall, firol n.l thinl,Sa..
linlarr in each month.
Oaiiui Coincii., No. '.'I, Hegular Con vocation nt
Manonle Hull, the aeeoml Ktlilay In each month
0uo Ciurrrii, No. 71. HegularJ-.Convocatlon
at Maonio Hall, on the thlril Tueaday of ovcty
Cairo honor. No.i17 F. A A. M Kegular Com
munieatioua'nt Masonic Hall, tho ptconJ and
fourth Mondays of each month.
Dilta Loiku, No.108 F. A A. M. llegular Com-
munleationa nt Manonlo llall .Imt and thlnl
Thiirailaya In each month.
AirtAsnra Iuwr, 221. Mcela In Olil Fcllow'a
Hall, In Arter'a HulUln. every I liurauayticu.
InR, at Ho'clojk.
McCOMKS, KELLKK ic JJUYNKS,
Sceueaaora to Adolphua MolerA Co,,
lMPOIlTKIW ANI .lOllIIEItS IN
UAHDWAHK AND UUTLKIIY,
Nos. 100 and 102 N. Mnin-st.,
ST. LOUIS, 20.
rpTTT 1TT r T 1?rnrvr
a. 11 an ij u jJiJi J .1.11. .
I'llliIlalKtl rvry liioriilii, Moiulny x
Tho futhcrsorthu city meet to-nifjht in
tlio council clmmbcr.
All of Mound City,nxcfpt Dc Cntvy,
wcro in tlio city Inst nilit, attomlltiy Hie
Advico to cotinly ollicinls: Kiss find
imil.o up; Lretliren should divoll together
in unity. "Let us linvo peace,"
The ihjw papor of pins which wo pui-
cbnscd for tlio defeated bnEC-lmllers to
practice on, 1ms been awarded to tho Pas
times and Totter of .Mound City.
Tliucaso of Dul;c3 vs. McCluro occu
pied tho attention of tlio Circuit Court
yesterday. Three witnosses for tho do
fenso yet remain to bo examined.
Another reduction in tho prico of
teas by tlio Jlerclmnt's Union tea compa
ny, licst Imperial ai.il iiiinpowucr at
Jl 10 per pound. .1. II. l'll.LLtff",
Tor tlio suko of comfort and in tho
liopo of catching wayward souls, many
Indies and gentlemen t:w' a low choice
hymns on tho corner over the Delmonico
saloon, on Sunday last.
Nature creates nut in vain ; but any
student of her .vim will point out tlio uso
and benefit of tho scorching weather of
thn;at few davs will confer an everlast
ing favor on tho Calm public. 1
Tho city of Cairo needs an overhaul
ing in a sanitary sense, and wo under
stand it is the purpnsu of the council to
night to make arrangements for a general
cleaning up of the town.
In the bridal outfit worn by a colored
blide, 011 Sunday lint, wo noticed nit nb-
r-enco of (not all) ovor-dros, 1. willow
wrontli and a veil used on tho occaMon
which caused tho destruction ol some
body's moscpiitii bur.
Tho photographic gallery lately occu
piud by W. T. Wiirthinglon, is tolUted
and refurnished In llrst-chin stylo by .1. .1
Thomas, a practical photographer and
llrt-clas workman, who "ays ho has
oomo to stay." (live him a trial. If
The street rumora that .liidgu llros
was Instructed by tho county court to "in
jiiuel" Clerk Uarnian, and that ho did it,
aro not wholly true, liistrtit'tri) he was,
but as yut he has not moved on tho cno-lilit-s
den. l'arson", of Tola, tlio member
of the New Orleans Commercial Con
vention of Ti'.i, who fought so manfully
and ably for Calm as the eastearn ter
minus of the proposed Southern lViciflo
route, wan in the city yesterday, stopping
at the St. Charles.
Who nro tlio joung men of Cairo to
aland in tho culmination for tho West
Point cadetshlp. Iluruish up your
thoughts, boys, 11 ml tnko courage, (io to
Shaw ticet own with tho determination to
win, remembering tho advieo of Franco's
cardinal statesman that thorn is 'no such
word as fail."
The sidewalk fronting Mendel's gro
cory, on Commercial avenue, is in splendid
condition to deprive pedestrians of natural
"locomotion. The opening for breaking
limbs is as perfect as tho mostjmpecanioiu
dnnmgiit against the city could wish for.
And if advantage, is nut taken of it wo
shall bo much surprjscd.
Tho road loading to (irccnlleld's fer
ry landing 'on tVo Cairo shore is in n very
deplorable conditlou. u condition roii
ildoring tho importunrJo of tlio Missouri
trado to Cairo which olioujd noj lie
allowed to exist one moment longer than
a force of laborers can repair it. Why
not oxpend a few dollars upon an enter
prise which would bo of immediatu prac
tical valuo why not?-,
l'ura Leo, i young liidy of thecoJoied
ton, took exception to 11 hasty remark ox-
pressed by her brother, throw a Hut-Iron
a- mm, mitsed him, struck her male pro-
b-iwr, ami iid hi,,, ut us cold as an
Vn VHilgo. And to bettor tho matter,
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 18 1871.
sha said sho "was glad of It." Tlio old
man declines to givo an opinion on 1110
subject, but confesses that his faith in hu
man "natur" has been powerfully sloven
by tlio incident.
Mr. Kcnd-il', we aro pleased to state,
is improving. His recovery though slow,
is hollcved lo bo certain, in this connec
tion, wo luiTo authority for stating that
Mr. Kendall U able to identify the assas
sin who attempted his life on the night of
tho Oth Instant. And the indeiitllleatlon
will establish tho sagacity of Shcrilf Ir
win and Chlcf-of.l'ollco Myers in their ef
forts lo ferret out tho perpetrators of the
villainous outrage of that night. The evi
dence agnlnst the parties under urrest ac
A portion of tho county road along the
b.mk of tho Mississippi rivor, about nino
miles above Cairo Iias sought a resting
placoln tho bed of tho Eathor of waters
It lias caved In, and tho ownor of the ud
Joining farm says ho will seo tho public
d d beforo thoy can hso his farm as a
matter of convenience, unless thoy pay
for it. As it will novor do to shut oil or
bo shut out from any portion of our
county, sotno arrangement should bp
made nt onco tn mollify tho exasperated
land-owner through whoso torritory the
road must pass. Judgo Uross has the
inattor In hand nnd is giving it the con
sideration it deserves.
Ills disparaging no other retail gro
cery storo to say that Louis Jorgcnscn lias,
on tho cornor of Twentieth strett
and Washncton avenue, tlio
best arranged, tho cleanest
nnd freshest looking storeroom
now, or over beforo in Cairo. Tho
stock of imported and domostlc
fancy grocorics, reflects great crodit upon
Mr. Jorgcnrcn's ability to mako selections
to suit tho most refined and cultivated
tasto. Eipoc'tally aro tho imported arti
cles a feature of his stock, not only for
their quality, which is tho vory host, but
for their variety. Tho largo number alono
prevents us from making an enumeration.
But wo ask, particularly, that every good
housowife, who prides horsolf upon a well-
supplied table, shall call at tho storo and
seo and seleot for herself. Tho visit will
more 'than repay any troublo experienced
in making it, for tho eyes car. feast upon a
sight, only to bo seen tho re. Call,
HICK OWKXH, ONE OK TIIK ALI.KOKIl AS
SAXM.NS (IT Mil. KKNllAI.I. ANI1 IIKNIIY
P.UNNKlt, CIIAKOKI) WITH HIGHWAY 11011
HKIIY. About six or eight weeks ago, Thomas
Gulloy, a gentleman hailing from Jackson
county, camo to Cairo, for tho purposo of
disposing of a quantity of surplus horse
flesh, of which ho was tho ownor. Pre
paratory to this, hnwovor, ho indulged in
a few drinks ; and while on this branch of
his business struck up an acquaintance
with Dick Owons, and a "purdncr'' of
Dick's, named Henry K miner. Tho drink-
in; was continued by tlio trio until Mr.
(lulloy, finding a shady spot under tho
high side-walk, concluded to lio down for
a few moments, intending to sleep it off.
He had been in this position, ho says, but
11 short time, when lie awoke, and found
his now found friends rilling his pockot-
book ol Us contents. Ho remonstrated,
and was about to arlso when Dick Owens
suggested to him that "if ho had any re
gard for his head he'd lio down again;"
and Mr. 0., thinking somewhat of his
head, resumed his original position, and
kept his mouth closed. Securing all the
money tho pockot-book contained, Dick
nnd liunucr walked oil'. The recent nrrest
of Owens brought tho subject again to tho
mind of Mr. Gulloy, and a fow days slnco
lie preferreJ tho chnrgo of highway rob
bery against them. 1 hey were examined
bofuro Judge Itross, Saturday, and re-com
mitted to jail to uwait trial at next term of
eircult court. Hail was tlxcd at $000
Ciianok. Tho unnamed sail-boa 1, tho
winner of tho fourth of July race, was
built in this city by Messrs. llnbcr & Car
peutor, and Is pronounced by parties nu
nit in things nautical to bo an excellent
specimen of workmanship. Tho length
of keel is 24 foot J brcadtli of beam 7 feet
2J inches; depth of hold, '11 inches; cen
tre board, 5 feet long, and carries HO yurds
of canvas. Tho builders, who aru the
proprietors, propose to dispose of her in
tills way : Four clubs are to be formed of
ten members each ; each mombor ol each
club to subscribe ten dollar, which will
iusuro the subscriber for four chances,
Whon tho four clubs aro lormcd tho cruw
ing will take place, and will bo governed
by tlio samo rules and regulations attend
ing all ordinary lottery drawings. It is
understood that each subscriber to a club
draws for the club to which ho belongs,
and not fur himself individually. Tho
boat will be on exhibition at tho loveo
every sailing, or windy day, and an
invitation is extendoj to the public to
visit her and enjoy 11 lroo ride. Jyl5,!lt
A single trial will convince the mos
skeptical of the ctllcancy of HELM
HOLD'S (lit APE PILLS iu sick or nerv
ous headache, jaundice, indigestion, con
stipation, dyespopsia, billiousncss, llvor
complaints, general debility, etc. No nau
sea, no griping pains, but mild, pleasant
and safe n operation. Children tako them
with impunity. They aro tho best and
most reliable. HELM HOLD'S EX
TKAOTSABSAPAWLLA crcatoi new,
froh and healthy blood, boautirlos tho
complexion, and Imparts a youthful up
pearniico, dispelling pimples, blotches,
moth patches and all eruptions of tho
Ouu Hailhoah l.NTKitKsT. Tho present
encouraging ovidencos of railroad pros
perity shouldinducoovorycitlzen of Cairo
to patronize Frod. Thcobold, who has re-
turneil to tho city and taken chargoofhis
popular tonsorial palace, on Sixth, street,
between Ohio loveo and Commercial av
enue. Fred, is 11 master in hit business,
with (i reputation that oxtonds far and
wide. Ho cmnlovs only tho moat cL-Eiir..!
workmen, His razors nro sharp, his tow
els frciili and sweet, and his bnrbor-shopas
clean mid bright as 11 now pin. Givo Fred
a call, nil for thu sake of mild Jung ayn
KiNiu.i.va, 600 " class boxes" for sale j V-'othing ehildrcn. ltor.d the advortlso
at 6 cents each. "W. W. Thounton. J mnnt of Mrs. WhitcumlV. Syrup In nn
J"3'". othjfj column. Jylld&wlw.
TIIK CELK1IRAT10N 1IY TIIK THALIA ASSOCI
ATION LAST NIQHT A LA 11(1 K CI10W1),
SPEKCIIKS, TABLEAUX, DANCINO AND
MUSIC A JOYOUS TIMK.
Tlio celebration of poaco In Europo, last
night, by tho Thalia Association was In
all its details n spendld success.
At sunrise yesterday mninlng the gun
squad, organized lor 1110 occasion, woku
thu echoes, and at intervals during tho en-
tiro day, until ten o clock last night, mado
their cannon boom In honor of tho event
In tho evening a very large crowd of
Indies and gentlemen tho largest coin
jinny wo have seen gathered together in
Cairo lor many days assembled In 'Wash
ington Hall Garden, which had been beau
tifullj decorated for tlie occasion. Chlnoso
lanterns hung from all tho trees, nnd tho
silver cornet and Wltllg's string bands fur
nished musle of a quantity difficult to ex
cel in quality.
At tho appointed hour Mr. Sehleslngcr
was intrcduecd to the crow J, and during
an half an hour entertained the people
with an ablo an eloquont discourse. Ho
was followed by Mr. Oberly, ol Thk
Bulletin, who spoke brloily and gavo
way for tho display of tho tableaux, which
was received with loud applause Tho
second tableaux, in which Mrs. Mcohncr
appeared as tho Goddess of Liberty, and
sane tho "Star Spangled Banner" with
thrilling effocl was particularly applauded,
ns it deserved to be. Mr. Jackel thon
eloquently addressed tho company, after
which tho dancing began nnd was prose
cuted with n rim into "tho wco sma'
hours nyunt thotwal."
Each person prcsont enjoyed tho oc-
casion groatly, and voted both pcaco nnd
tho Thalia Association institutions worthy
ef all praise. Tho gentlemen and ladies
of tho association deiervo groat credit for
tho manner in which thov conducted tho
celebration, and received tho ho&'ty
thanks of all who participated in tho fes
tivities of last night.
ANOTHER. HAUL OF THE NYMPHS PLAIN
ANI UUl'FLEU HllUNKS, WIKE-WIIIl'PINO,
A great deal is being, and has been,
written of tho manner of treating the so
cial evil. History is full of it , and modorn
thought expresses itself almost daily in
somo of the newspapers of tho land. With
it nil attempts at eradication, havo proven
dismal and unfortunato failures. Tho rack
and tho gallows of medhevut times, when
applied to tho disease, havo always,
without n notablo exception, resulted In
increasing privately, what was apparently
publicly suppressed. Our latter-day civ
ilization is disposed to recognize it ns
an ineradicable evil, capable of regulation
only. Henco tlio licensing and sanitary
system now in vogue in tlio great capitals
of Europe, nnd in ono or two cities of this
country, And favor with American rcfor-
mers. St Louis, which seems to havo
grasped tlio subject with .1 disposition to
givo this system n fair treatment, has
been heard from, and tho results, consid
ering tho short time of tho experiment,
have been unexpectedly fuvorablo. Ac
cording to the report of tho commissioners,
who have tho matter in charge, tho evil It
self has decreased, while its powor to spread
discaso and death has b 311 very materially
diminished. Wo nro prompted totheso re
marks by tho fooling on the subject in this
city. Many vory good people think tho
licensing system should bo adopted hero,
and that tho power to nrrost at wll
or through personal piquo or mercenary
motives, is too broad to vest in any per
son. Iko olllccrs of tlio city aro de
nounced as "vultures" for making
urrosts,. In defense thoy assert that
under our State Constitution no legal sys
tem of licensing can bo adopted, and that
the occasional arrests and assessment of
Hues operate tlio samo as u licenso anyway.
Aa for thomsclvcs, they say, thoy would
much prefer tho legal system referred to,
for it would rolloTO them of tho perfor
mance of a duty disagroonblo at all limes.
Yesterday Judgo llross assessed n lino
of ten dollars nnd costs upon each of tho
following nymphs, arrested by officers
Myers nr.d Arnold: Mattio Parkor, Lucy
Pnrktr, Graclo Winsor, Nellio "Woods
and Eliza Mooro.
James Howard, for a very plain drunk
wai arrostcd by Chlof Myers nnd'flnod by
Judge Bross two dollars nnd costs, which
with a repentant heart, ho paid, and dc-.
-Mrs. Fields, n colored woman, keeper of
a bagnio on Poplar street, was arrested by
officer Sheehan nnd triod beforo Judgo
Bross. Twenty-ilvo dollars assessed and
Tim Hessian is tlio devil's own boy.
Ho "gel "on a full load of whisky and
with it n vory roprohensiblc dosiro to ex
orcise his muscli) on his bettor half.
Ho was engaged in tills
business, on Sunday last, when officer
Sumnor stopped in on him and nut a
quietus, for tho time bolng, upon his pugil
istio efforts. Yesterday, Bross ilnod;iiiui
nino dollars nnd costs, and In default of
payment ho was sent to jail.
Shoes AV'AitiiANTKii. Mr. Black of tho
City Shoo Storo, agont for the saloof our
gentlomens', ladies' and misses' shoes, is
authorized by us to warrant all or our
shoes bea-ing tho stamp of thu City Shoo
Stem, and to replaco with now ones nil
shoes of our brand sold by him that may
ril'- Hkolaski iV: Co.,
jy-l-tf Shoo Manufacturers, St. Louis.
CojietoStay. ltobcrt Iteid has per
mnncnlly established n coal yard nt Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purpose of'
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows at
all times, day or night.
JcHtf C. S. Hutchinson, Agent.
Maiikiaoe GuniK.-InteroUing work,
numerous ongrnvings, tfU pages. Prico
f'O ciuits. Address Dr. Butts' Disponsary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo, Seo Advertisement.
A Wonn or Advice- .Mothors know
I thu Importance attached to tbn riirn or
THE ClAME YKATKRDAY HETWKKN TIIK PAS
TIMES, OF MOUND CITY, AND TIIK IlRLTAR,
OF CAIRO TIIK 1XLTAS VICTORIOUS.
Tho Doltas upon their "natlvo hosth "
nro almost invincible, nnd defeat, with
comparative ease, thoso who cotno to Cairo
lo lest thoir bnst-balllslic powers. Away
'rom home, however, the "boys'' "let
down," and nro invariably defeated. But
this, they asicrt, will happen nomoro; nnd
proposo to stop their foroigc defeats by
practico nt home, n duty heretofore
sadly neglected. In tho gamo jet
terday both clubs did, occasionally,
exhibit some fino playing, white, at othor
times, the general play was wretched, Tho
gamo was played on tho Delta ground,
adjoining Tint Bulletin building, and
was called at 3:15, tho Pastimes nt tho bat.
Tho leading leaturcs of tho play may bo
On tho first Inning O Donnell mado 2d
or. n fly. Two runs made.
Second. llheutan knocked fly to L. F.j
mado '2nd nnd putouton 3rd. Ollkey out
on strikes j fly from Brodorlck taken by
Sullvan; four runs mode. "White-wash for
Pastimes. Wilson and Mall, doublo good
piny, putting out Oilkey nnd Brodcrlck.
Two runs mado.
Third Pastimes mado four rum. Dol
tas mado two runt.
Fourth Pustimos mado twolvo runs,
making them clghtoon to Dolta's six.
Foley took 1st on a called ball; two runs
Firth Whitewash for Pastimes. Hughes
took 1st on callod balls ; Ithoutan made n
homo run with Joud npplauto; high lly
by Saup, making 3rd baso sending it to
L. F. ; fly foul muffed by "Wilson who foil
and put his kneo out of placo; but soon
recovered and went to tho shado. Five
Sixth Pastimos mado throa rum.
Whitowash for Deltas.
Seventh White-wash for Pastimes;
Ithoutan at tho bat, with L. F. fly, muffed
by "Wilson's "Sub" 5 good fly by Saup, muff
ed by Bootho; twolvo runs made by Doltas
Eighth "White-wash for Pastimes; home
run for Uowoly, made on lost ball; Ar.
Tick, In coming home, fell over tho catcher
nnd lit on his right shoulder; fly by 11 rod
crick, taken In by "Wilson, who returned
to tho field at tho beginning of tho eighth
Inning; fly by Hughes, muffed by Eldrcd.
Eleven runs mado by Deltas.
Ninth Pastimes made six runs ; Brod
crlck, with ono of his "flies," opened tho
tho ninth ining tor tho Delta;, sent it by
Wilson, who "took it in j" another fly by
Ithoutan, taken by wilsop. Two runs
mado by Deltas.
The gamo lasted two hours and forty
minutes and closed with tho following
DILTA!. u. R.
Knler. I. f
Haup, a. a ........ (
Thathcr,c .......... ...... a
flilkoy, 3.1 b.... - 1
liroaUorick, lit u .-. -
Himley, c. f 5
Arick, 1 ..... 6
Total - ....
O'Donue'l, 1st b
Caaaidy, p - 1
F.ldrod, a. a ....
Appleeate. r. f.
llooth. c. f.
WllaOU, I. f ....
Wall, ftl b
, 41 24
fc'corcri Htltaa, C. C Maaon,
Pastimes, D.. II. Carter.
UK IS ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT WITH IN
TENT TO KILL MARSHAL DATES EXAM
INATION BEFORE JUDdK DROSS,
If the trial of Jock Owens, Dick Owons,
and Harris on tho chargoof tho nssnssina
tloh of Mr. Kendell and tho attomptcd
robbery of his stock, should result In their
acquittal on this specific charge, thoir ar
rest will still have boon n clear public ben
efit, for thoy boar tho character of dan
gerous men men who havo lived n vaga
bond lifo around Cairo for yours, and
wliose means of support tiavo nlwnys been
a mystery to our polico authorities city
and county. Jock Owens, brother
of Dick, Is commonly roported to bo tho
leador of a gang of disroputablo charac
ters, who havo thoir headquarters in
Cairo, but who oxtend their operations to
tho adjacent counties of Missouri and
Kentucky. "While in our county jail
clmrgod with participation in tho Kendall
assassination, n colored man named Mar
shall Bates turns np, and upon his oath
alleges that Jock made an assault upon
him with intent to kill somo timosince; that
besides abusing him In various ways, Jock
drew his pistol and firod two shots at him.
Upon this charge Jock ivas examined
boforo Judgo)Bross on Saturday last and
held over for trial at tho next term of tho
court, in default of $300 bail.
Weiss Beer. Cbarloy Schonemeyer,
nt tho Egyptian saloon, is in constant re
ceipt of a full supply of tho purest and
freshest Woiss Boor a bovorago fit for a
lord.; exhiliariting without intoxicating,
cool and dolicious just tho drink to fight
tho dog-days with. Bcsidos "Weiss Botr,
which ho makes a specialty, ho has also
on liand an excellent stock of wines, 11
quors and cigars. Call on him.
Sr. Nicholas. Day boardors can se
cures good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas , (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
wook. Tho house is nt tho cornor of Ohio
loved nnd Eighth street, a central location,
nnd is proprietored by Hariy Walker,
who is allvo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
loaru terms on inquiry at tho office.
For Sale. Tho building now occupied
by Herman Moycr, on the levoe, is offered
for saloon vory roasonablo loims, as ho
proposes to erect u now building on tho
sito of tho old ono nt onco. jyl4-2t.
CANSI OANBII CAN8I11 -Fiyo
hundrod dozon No. 1 Tin FBU1T
(JANSAT THE NJCW-Y0KK STOKF, at ,f 1.0,0
per dozen. Lnrgost whojesalo nnd retail
stock in tho citv.
GllKELKY & I'ATIKR.
Kkkp UooL.llotrlgorntors, ico chests
water coolers, I X L ico cream freozors
bath tubs, Japanned cloth for window
soroens, etc., etc., at
1 BEEKWAltT, OltTll 46 CO.'S,
uiylBtf 130 Com. Avo.
AN EXTENDED OltOANIZATION TllllOUOIl
OCT BOUTHJtllN ILLINOIS THEIR DEP
REDATIONS AT DONUOLA AND ELSE
WHERE. "Wo have bcon Informed, by thoso whoso
business it g to know, of tho oxlsloneo of
an extonslvri,nnzlllon of uyc whoso
field or oporallon, ombraco most or tho
countlos or Southern Illinois, and who aro
very active just now In their depredations.
Horses nnd mules soem to bo tho speclnl
object of thulr vlllalnotndo!rcs, although
tho recent burglary at Gulconda. and
Dthors of lesser Import, aro chureod nsalso
bolog tho work of thu gaiii;. It has be
come notVjeablo that in tho counties of
Popo, HjIIiio, Johnson, Williamson nnd
jack-ion, llieir robberies huvo fol
lowed each other In rupld succes
sion, during thu six months past.
rnrougn mis ueitor country, extendlnc
from the Ohio rivor on tlio oast, to tho
Mississippi river on thu west, passes a
range of bills, surrounded by n wild, rug
ged country, anu tnrougti which pursuit
Is almost Impossible.
STOCK IS CAPTURED
In tho region of country contiguous
to theso lulls, run into passages well
known alone to thothioves, and thenco to
tho Mississippi river, whero it is crossed
Into Missouri and lost to the owners for
ever. It is assortod nnd bollovcd by thoio
who are now engaged In investigating tho
mattor, that the organization embraces in
its membership many persons who bear,
THE REPUTATION OF HONESTY.
This clement of tho organization net as
"spotters;" giving information to the ac
tive raombors of tho gang of such stock
as is "available" for tho purposes of tho
organization. In short, preparing an easy
and comparatively safe road for tho rob
bers in thoir plundering mission. Tho
outrages havo become to frequent nnd
bold ns to attract tho attention and
arouso the authorities of tho people and
officers of tho counties named above
Measures havo already been Initiated,
which, if they do not result in thu sup
pression and extermination of the gang,
will, at loast, temporarily put n stop to
thoir operations. Our Cairo officers huvo
been informed of tho action of tho author
itics of Golconds, and will tako a hand
in bringing tho scoundrels to justice
Twenty Dollars) Reward Will bo
paid for any information bearing on tht
identification of tho old saddle left at tho
homo of "Win. Kendall on tho morning of
tho Oth Inst. Alex. H Ihyi.v, Sheriff,
Keliaiile and Safe. Dr. Henry
Boot nnd Plant Pills arc mild nnd please
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tlroly vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diot or business. They
arouse tho liver and socrctlvo orgatis into
healthy action, throwing off discaso with
out exhausting or debilitating the system
Try them and you will bo satisfied
Pricct!5 cents a box. Sold by druggist
and dealers in medicine everywhere
Prepared by tlio Grafton Medicine Co, St
Louis, Mo. m'Jdm
NEW TYPE FOUNDRY
ST. LOUIS BItANCH
.. vii a
HOSTON TYI'E FOUNDRY,
u Con. Chestnut and Second Sts.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Honk, newspaper and Job'typn nf otery -lyle,
made of tho celebrated Hard and T"iJt?fi Metal
fioculiar tu the Uuaion Type, roundry, braaamle,
eada, metal furniture, Llaek and colored inLa,
eases, atanda, ronipoartlon allcls, presaes, nd'er
conipoaltion, galleya, ley hruahea, mlterinc ma
chine, paper and card cutters, tie., etc., kept
constantly on hand. Address orders
JAMKd A. SI'. JOHN, M.iniger,
8L Louis Branch or the IWou Tvi.h Knundy.
St. Louia, Mo. jo20dlui
Hating recently ad.lu.l all
the fouls of tho latest al) lea
of card aud circular, type
to our already full nnd
Template aaaoitmeut, wn
take pleasure, In announc
ing tu our readers that au
do all kinds of job work,
Jo the moat artlatln style,
mid guarantee satisfaction,
7-30 GOLD LOAN.
JAY COOKE CO. aro now selling at par the
First Mortgage Land Urant Hold bonds of tho
Nnrth.m Pacific lUllroad Company bearing sev.
enand three tenths perceet. gold interest and se
cured by first and only mortgage on tho entire
road anu ciiuipmonia una on iuoroinuii
22,000 ACRES OF LAND
to every mile of track, or COO Acre of Land to
each 11.000 Bind. Theio la no other security in
the matkst more safe or ao profitable.
ine nieiMsatourrrw price win ua paiu lor u.d.
FIVE TWENTIES, and all other marketable se
curities received In exchange. Pamphlota, maps
and full Information furnished on application,
LUNT, PRESTON & KEAN,
General Agents for Illinois, Wisconsin, Mlnneaota
and Northern Indiana.
ro sale ay
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
! Cairo, Illinois.
' 3bk rRTTIN.O,
rim underoignsd, proprietors of the" and
witaYt llvwJrtS, havo juai received aa aaaort
m?ntS?tn T latest 'atyurn of Job Printing typoa,
Sd haia new on. f the most complete joli offices
h? tho Booth and Woat. , They Batter thomaelvea
that thov poaeeas facilities for tufning out
prowpUTrm-ttie best stylo ofthe JUL affworlt
entrusted to them, from tlio smallest card or
lab! to (lie mammoth poster, and at prices
which leave with our buafneai men no Rood ex.
cuaefor sending their woik tout. LoiiIh. Cincin
nati or Uu.Wfc-0. JNO. H. OBEHLV ft UO
COMMINSION AND FOUWAItMNO,
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Successors toHtrnlton, Iludaoi A Clark )
vv iiiMJi.OiViiiJ v, 1 yj . . v-v, ,
COMM ISSION M KP.CII ANTS,
fri el t T "!.. I n tllSnAffl
aW-Bru. ui a........... - .
faciurera agents for cotton ) am. J"""
CLOSE k VINCENT,
DEALEE3 HT LIMB
. Cement, Plaster Paris,
t'tirsarr f'.laMla Nlrrt Ohio Utm
No. 80 Ohio Loveo,
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
II. M. IIULEN,
G ROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Coinincroinl-ave.,
MILLER &. PARKER,
FO RW A R 1)1 NO M ERCH A NTH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
.JOHN R. PHILLIS,
(Successor to Parker ft Philhs,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH -ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
.1. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hu.ee. .ora to K, II. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
wi Liberal Advances mads lipo
Ato prepared to receive, atore and forwarj
freighte to alt points and buy and
sell on cominiaalon,
sriiuines attendod In promptly.
(Successor ol Ayers A Co,)
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVKE,
WINEN AND UtifJOHa.
WM. II. SCIIUTTER,
Importer nutl Wholesale Dealer Its
TOBACCO &c CIC3-A.ES.
Agent fur tho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
ltMrl4l Ales ot lUMforcstl Ulssda.
75 Ohio Lkvkk,
tl CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOCKFLETII,
si'ccrssoa to 111 1 srocurttTM
Hettlfyrr sum! Wholesale Dealer at
Foreign nnd Domestic
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
f3raisotit.ui lii.oci;, CUkO, ILLINOIS.
MB keeps on hand constantly a full stock ot
Old Kentucky Uourl-ou, Uye and Monona.
Whiskies, French itriadies, Holland iiu,
Kaino and California WMics, JyjlUg