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i im tabus or TIUC lLLIJtOtft CENTRAL n. It
On And after Sunday, '7 14th, 1871, Hie follow
ing II re-uMts will gotern lh ntrital and depart
lit of Maemier trains il Cairo i
flipmil Mill train, dally llillp.m.
Kipreia, daily. 2.15 p.m.
Arrtu Mall, dully 3:30 a.m.
Expresa, dally, except Sunday 3:30 run
Al'h URh ILo regular HI. Louis train In taken oil
lit trains ont of Cmrti will lure llvtoiili ears
lr HI. toulu, which will lie token thruUKli from
tin. I io n hy the trains on the, llellcTllle road. Id
r.ititn clnae conni-ctlou will lie, nude at l)u
qii-ilii, a-ij lher will Ih- no change of cat fiuin
itio to Si. Loulfc. Tim train leavtntf Cairo at
1 : p in. will hare a through jleepina: cat tor?!
l.txn Til attention of hlper la eapiilally
cH-il In tho fact thit a Hrull Kxprea Ham will
tear r-lrn dally, Batiirdy expected, and Kill
make ih Ma from this city to Chicago inten'y
ln hour. JA4. JnllNsON, Agent.
QUICItKST KOUTK FROM SOUTH
ILLIiNOlS CENTRAL R. It
Ht Liium, Louhville, ClNIINNATI, Cm
caoii, New Yukk, Hoston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Tasiengerlra!n arrlre at and leave Cairo at fol
Aair. ........... ni.lii a.m m:ill p.m.
Dinar.. 1 1U5 H.m ail 5 p in.
Jioth trains eonncet a Ountrall with train on I lie
Pan. lH-catur, lllii'iinlnitdi, Kl I'no, La Halle,
MendoU, Kreeporl,)! lent, iitit.ii-, and
nil points In Hind-, .Mi uun,
lnneotn, Vf.fon-ln nn I
low a And with
l,lnp running f"..l aid Weft for
.Vl. Lnilla. HpfnfieM, Louisville,
Cinoinnatl, lii'l(nnnollii, Oolumbm.
.And at Chicago writ ti Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and IMU nri(. Fort Wayne
and Chicago Kallroula lor
Detroit, Cleieland, liimklrk.
Albany, ll..tin, Philadelphia.,
Magra Fall., Krle, initial",
fttw Turk, rittubtirg, llullltuore,
AND ALL TOINTS EAST.
. For through ticket and Information, apply to
Jlllnoll Central Hull road Depot.
W. I'. JOIINHON,
. O'eneral 1'aasenger Agent, Chicago,
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo,
MOUND CITV AND CAIRO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William 17. Sanhuskv.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
f wr vr Uiinrii imi rr.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 V M.
Lgavk Md. Citv,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M
At 2.30 r.M.
At C.30 p.m.
"WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
0X rACTOUY, HAWK! LAXDINO.KY.
HoUTii or cache, maisink ways,
AMI NAVY YATttl.
CAIHO AND l'ADUCAH DAILY
The beautiful nnd llght-ilrnngni
JAMES FISK, JR.,
Idikucr Nitm Mnl(r,
LEAVES CAIHO JJAIJjY,
AT u ci'iuk-k, r.u.i
I.KA VKS l'ADUCAH DAILY,
At U v'l'KlO, A.M.
vd'H iruiK Mipqrloi a"coiiiinodat.oni ibe i-o-il.-ll
Ki'Hrl nul.r nlten'iun la paid to col ectinn of
luioii-e ehkriey, but the boat will not be rrxpun
t Ue for the aame until p.illected.
117'ATCII FI'.EK, ond iM a day sure, no lium
T bug Address with Mninu, I.4.1TA A CO,
J Hisbiiig. 1'a, Jyls.Uw.lm
1 Alin ,,00K AOKNTS WAVi-KDIIIghcAt
J .WW Cuminlaslnn tl.tlOU In nremiiims. 111111
1 uiiibination or discount. A New Plan, circuMr
fiee. Addresa U. Lafnttlle Hyrn, M tedar
I wl,Se lork. j,13ivlt
ST. LOUIS '
fllin regular annual termoftlilH Law School
L will i.peo on Wednesday, October llih, 1K7I.
lull ciuir.a, two tenm lx mouths, e.ch. fetu.
UrtiisHdmltled to tho senior clas on examination
Ly application on or before October 7th IsTI.
Til tiini fius feu (si per annum. For particular
Acting Iiean ofLair Kncully,
20U NORTH 3rd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
t i. 1 1 t'ft..i.t' i.ik, 1 .tj
... uiDirrniKUcij hid (Ntjr r.i . r.,i,i,n.
T KU'.Mtli lor the return tn bl-n ol imi lilt ol
. ... ... .- r .,.
fnuii Head A Mann's furmdry ltMccn !-H'in,ly
en ig Ui at 0 o'cluck and .MuiiiIh) muriiint;,
.III, Jl. MIVUll. .I'.l! iiinuiliuiill Vl Jt 11
Mom, , nd bear their Imprint, and wero marked
lb He- initial"!,. II." ri. (l.MUCU,
.1 11.. I A Mann'. In.l ... I rf
Cain., lll-., JulyO,.!K7l. ' y7dlw
tor. VKKAM NAMIOM.
IC'K CIlEA.Af .SALOON,
:0.M M EltCi A I. A VEX U E,
Bi'tHtTii Hvviiteiiili nml i:iulilcciitli
ntllK BAI.IMIN ha Un liaii.lsumcly hltul up
X and will tlnays supply the brsl
Tube found anywhere la llieoliy.
FAiULIESOU PARTIES SUITLIED
ON SHORT NOTICE.
aTidid l","0BI'K of ",e fuMlo renpectfully
MO. 110 WABH1NQT0N AVENUE,
Uu oa Land
A VINE STOCK 01' WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWEL J. V, ETC.
l'arllcular atttnllon glun to
REl'AIltINU FINE WATCHES.
Tb largest slock of
')LD AND SILVER WATCHES
I. paoiLLIeta, 1'flH.Tc.uioguta, MT.
env, lax llU. and evr n.!5. .Tf
'g contrMll for, sua wimYtlJ miV.i
BCDt wtad..ln ln fcVStt
. blading cnUbUautovni, '
North, Througn J.wa.tn. s.oop.m
" Way i t" p.m. H.1" P-n
South, Way U 1 p.m. U;w p.m.
" Through N. 0., Mem
phlKiiiiil Colnmbua 4.90 p.m. 4.00 p.in,
OlnA Hirer route, r,exie,.t
Mon.Uy) .,tmp.m. r.uup.m.
Iruti Mountain K. 11 ll.aoa.m. It:'" p.m.
Mln. It rer route, Tuerday
and Xtli'ay r.uij..tn. 7:00 p.m.
TltelieF, Uoe I.lainl A s-pn'n
IV. 111... Thursday A Vn-
day ... . C:p.in. T:in.m,
Mitflell, I'.'nn.lril.e n id
loiolace, Ky ll.Wa.m. I.Wip.m.
oi net mil an.
On.ti.il Iil rery TtKia.m. n
Money Old-r depiuttncnt K.W a.lti.B.lX)
ltj;...r " " " K.ioa.m. A.uip.m
Money Order and Iteililcr depntlment not
open on .Snndit a.
Cuno .Ciumahdmit, No. la. Staled Aem'ilj
At the Aaylum Maannii HAll, (lr.l nnd IhinUHn
urduva In pitch month.
CAlunOitMlL, No. 21, negulnr Conrncntlonat
Mnmnlc Hall. the aecond Krlday ineach month.
Cairo CiiarrrR, No. 71 'tegular, Convocation
ht Mn.onic Hall, on the third I'uesilay of nvcry
Cairo Ixuxir. Nn.237 K. AA.M Itegular Com
inunlcation.4 nl lla.xinic Hall, the n-cond nnd
rMi.ih Mntiiliiv of each month.
HtLiA loi.ii:, .No.C'.S K. A A. M. Itegular Coin-
muiilCRiiiint a Jiaonio nan .irai ami uiiru
1 huredaya In each iiionui.
Ai.rxtmrn ljnmt, S2I. Steeta In Old Kellow'a
Hull, In ArtT'a Hull ling, eery Thuradny eieii.
nig, nt eo cio.'K.
TAX VVlWHASKll'S NOTICE,
ToSf. Jl Hnwllnei Vou nro hereby notified.
that at n nln of real p.lato tnado bv the f lierlll of
.iieianner county, niwin uooroi court limine, in
the town of Cnlrn. Alexander pountv. Illlnnla. on
nn Ih (i nth day of June, A. II. ln'i, U. Winston
piitcli.ired the follolng deicribed real estate,
dilute In enid county, lor the taxea. Inicre4t nnd
ponta dun thereon, lor thn )cir A. II. 170, to-wlt1
Kmctloiml N. 't mc. l.T. 17 S, H. 1 W.,ncaed
in i lie imino oi n, .11. Ktwungii, nnu mat tuu u.
Winaton haa n.ilaned nil Ida rlchta under anld
purchase to the undersigned, nnd that tlio time
ultOM ...I by law lor tho redeptlon ol aald real
Into will expire on the -71 h day ol Junn, A. I.
if U 31, 1'. Jlrtl.l.llH 1.
Cairo, June 3d, 1671. l)Wdlt
Tho firm of Elliott, Haythorn A Co., la dissolv
ed by mutual consent, Mr. Otis Hidden of C'n
elniiatl, retiring. The buslnns will bo continued
lijr Klln.tt A Haythorn. They nssume all nubili
ties and collect all money duo the firm.
In consenuence of tin nlovo change, nnd to
make room lor alari? Mock ol fall imnn. we
will mark nil gooda down i cost prices lor tho
next tlilrM-drjs. KI.I.IOITA llAYTHOUN.
1,'niro, July l'J, 1871. Jiwllw
ST. LOUIS J7N1VERSITY.
Tho Korly-Tliird Annual Hesslon of tho
Will opeuon Monday HepMlh, '71
Thla In the nnlv Institution of I.enrnidif in thn
weal, having been established in lb.-J. Tlmcourio
of Btndles nilera oiery facility for ncqulrit'g a
iiiuruiigii ii.iti!coi nnu i.oiuuiercjai euiicaiion
CntnloulK'M I'ontalnini; Instructions to nnrenls
nnd ful particular, will bu sent nn nndlleatlon lo
III V B. II. IJTU. i i.iii-.(;k, h. J.
I'lesidenl, Hi. I.ouis t'nlveralty,
rni.Ti? dttt r umrxT
1.JJ.JJ sju uurjjLxiy.
I'lilillsliol vwry iuuriilii(r, .lloiiilny vx
Thu btise bull lover illJn't rage
If yon wnnt 11 cluun Minvo (jo to Al-
lm B. tf
City Treasurer Tiiylur U iiguin nt his
".Mm," tlio bllntllltldlcr, (Millml hiir.
sulf otl'tliy high hiilowtilk yesturduy..
.Mr. E. L. AInrritt, of the Slate llenii-
icr, U In tho city on 11 btisliu-n visit.
TJiiirniiiiif Ariak v. IDiiioii Coilternl
rnllroiul, involving 00,000, is up in tlio J
Tlio l'liducah lutsu Imll club did net
como to tiiuu yestorduy. On.) of their
nuiuber wns sick.
Tbolionrd of AUlnnnnn had 11 meet
I My lnH night, in which tlio cow tirdinuiico
Tim siiUi nf l.tvUlm' mxulii ytmtur-
Uuy urualud nu'itu i stir In tho vicinity of
Mr. (5.1). Wiliiittusim luta returned
from hU liUHiM0Mtri) t Ctililurnlit looklni;
If jou Want 11 li.ilnlcss, dulightful
aliitve, go to Albas nu ntzors nml work,
men nru tho bust in thu city. tf
Thu Illlhuis Cutitnil railroad has di-
cliiiieil a iutni-nniiuttMhidund pfflv'opor
cunt., t bu paid iu curreni-y AuguH Ut.
.Mr. WillUmson, on Ms rottirn from
Cnlifornu, alujiiwxl onu dayutS.ilt Lako
City, and wu tho guoitol J)r. Tnggurt,
lornirriy oi un city. 1 iiu doctor is pros
IVriii(; liku 11 gruuii tuy tmo.
Vat Hurku' house, hurried n Tliur
duy morning, was limited by Sutlord,
.Morris & Cantko for 51,000. On bis
Hock hu bad SOO inluratlco; on his fnr-
nllur.', 'J0U; on bis wearing, uppnrol $!00
Thu -Memphii ' maekends" Iihvo tn
ken bcir depnrturu for new fields of
burglarious depredation. They don't
like our police, who, tlmy .say, uro too
d d pailicular.
Over 15,000 vortli of boots nnd
shoes, ut manufacturer's prices, for thirty
anys, ut l.lllolt, Huythoni & Co.'e. Goods
by tho ctuo or single pair, for cash, at cash
priccf, nt 140 Commercial nvcntio.
Tlio Gcrninn catholic church is culled
tlio church of fit. Joseph. Thu nrticlosof
incurporation will lo recorded to-day, thu
building commenced within a month nnd
bo roofed by next Cliriitmos. Tho namo of
I'm vrlest U Katbor Katillinap.
luflild tructi aro being distribultd
through tl.d vouoilieo of thU city to hi
dies and gctitkmun of U1U Chrijtiun faith,
llieynroofu character net uxactly stilt
ed for feuia operu.u), being ,xtrttcl froIIl
tho Old lottitment reciting ,otnu Vury
questlonnblu lneidunts In tho life of n,..
C'hw. II. Evans, Washington nvenuo
UUfon Eighth and Ninth streets, hm on
bund u splendid stock of fumlly grocer
, f f nil kinds, which ho Is selling at Urn
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
owcsl prices. Ho Is determined lo bo
not undersold, nnd clullongcs compari
son of tho quality of his goods with any
house In tho city.
Thomfts, Orccn & Aldan hnvo moved
Into tho storo room formerly occupied by
Jlr. 11. II. Cunningham, opposite tho
steamboat landing. They ha'-o removed
nil tbo counters and shelves and tilted up
a splendid business room. When tho bus
Isness season open, they expect to drive
n milling trade.
All kinds of foreign and domestic II-
nuors. native and Imported wlnoi, nro to
bo found In tho extensive liquor home of
that nrincb of uood-fellows, V. in. hohtll
I., whr.. wn arc triad to learn, is adding
.un in th li.t of bis custotncri. nnd Is
steadily Increasing his business in every
direction around Cairo.
Yesterday afternoon, while the crow
of tho Indiana woro driving a drove of
hogs from the stock yarJ to tho boat, tho
porkers nihde n rush for tho river ui
about half of thorn got Into thn water and
nlno of thorn wero drownod. Hercaflo
it would bo wlso In shlnnsrs lo nut n life
preserver on each hog.
Mr. Mnthuss of tho firm of Mnlhuss
and Uhl, who latoly left Cairo In search of
n moro dcslrnblo locality In which mnro
busino's was dono, ond mor 0 money could
bo made, has returned to tho city with
tho intonllon of not going away again.
Ho says Cairo is tho most bulsncss-llko
and promising placohohns seen In all
his travels, nnd ho has passed through
Kansas, Miunoiotn, Iowa, and Missouri
Tho rumor that Kov. Coan intonds to
resign tho rectorship of tbo Church of tho
Redeemer Is officially controdlctod this
morning. Our authority for tho "local
Item " was tho itatoment of ono of tho
other ministers of tho city, who Informed
us that ho had hoard tho rumor, llollov
lug him to au ait on local church mattors
and rumors wo tnado tho announcement
of Mr. Coan's reported contemplated
Tho bids on tho Southern Illinois
Normal University woro openod or. Wed
nesday last at Carbondalo. Tho bids woro
as follows :
W.R. Ilushnell A Co., Mendotn, - 1130,000
Iiapp, ltobinson A Marling, Carliondale, ISC.OOO
1'ltihHfth k llhodes, Springfield - 131,770
Morris II. I'ltiglbhon, St. Louis, Mo., 118,109
Wlckwlro A lloyle, Cairo, - 113,750
Wickwirotfe Uoylo being tho lowest And
best bidders woro awarded tho contract by
tho commissioners. The Governor must
ratify- tbo award Loforu Vickwiro& JJoylo
aro out ol tho woods.
Our old-limo fellow-citizen, John
Corcoran, Esq., Is on n visit to his friends
In this city. .Mr Corcoran, who Is well-
known to all our people, is now superin
tended of public schools of Coahomo
county, Mississippi, and will, in nil
probability, bo elected noxt shorill'of that
count v. Mr. Corcoran s porvnlllng
weakness is his pcrsistont radicalism a
disease with which ho has been nlllictcd
from his youth up; but socially ho is a
clover gentleman and will receive a hearty
wolcomohome from all his old friends
without distinction of purty.
JJ Deputy shoriir W. S. Manners nnd Mr.
Daniel Musslomati, of Union county,
passed through tho city on luesday cii
7,oi fur Joncsboro, having in custody
Jasper Graham, ufms V. Drown, an es
caped bursa thief. Ilroun wus convicted
nt tho last term of tho Union county cir
cuit court of tho crimo of horso stealing
nnd sontcuccd to ilvo years' imprisonment
In tho penitentiary. On tho way to tho
prison, in Juno last, ho slipped tho hand
culbi oil', and jumping from tho train, cs
ciped. llo wn indiscreet enough to writo
back to his friends under nit assumed
name, from this letter thootlicurs ob
tained n chic to his whereabouts, and suc
oooJml in arresting him in Mississippi
county, Arkansas, back of HcarHuld't.
llitnncrs discovered him plowing In a
field, and, armed with a shot gun, sur
prised him at his work, llo surrendered
without resistance, and is now on his
winding way to Jollct.
Marshal Cain U aftor tho nulsuttco-
inninlaincrs with a vory sharp polo, and
proposes to prococd to tho extremity of
section 1131 of thcrovtsod ordinances against
nil citizens who may bo reported lo him
us maintaining nny privy or privy vuult
hog pnn,Jmanuru beep, sink hole, sluughti r
home, slop barrel, slop tub, slop bucket,
ship box, or any veicl or anything contain
ing slop or wulcr, oriuiy sower, trough or
other thing used In tho drninago of slop or
water In such place or manner us shall bo
oNl'tiEivu to or likely to bo injurious to
thu health of uny portion of tho inhabitants
of tho city." Anxious to hnvo tho city
cleaned up, but not being nblo to bo om
nipresent to see all nuisances, and not
having a noso ns long us a sermon with
which to smell out nuisances in every por
lion of tho city, ho invlles pcoplo who
know of oll'unsivo places to report thorn to
him at once, mid then look out for llrnoi
etc., or throo dollars and costs for each
andovory day each of Iho offensive places
A good joko this on .Mart Drown, tho
great injunctor: A few days ago ho re
quested Sheriff Irvin to go to Duvidfon'a
sulo yesturduy nnd buy for him n tnachino
rake, and "to got it ut any price." On
Wednesday evening Irvin was suddenly
called from town. Yesterday, ho tolo-
grnphed to Dr. requesting him
to nttoud tho sale and buy the rako for
Drown. In tho meantime, Drown had
como to tho city, nnd, ascertaining that
Irvin was away on business, attended tho
eulo in person ; nnd when tho rako was
put up mado n bid for it. Tho Dr., Drown
agent, was personally unacquainted with
Drown, and .raiscdiliim.a couplo of dollars.
Brown, not to bo out dono, wont in n fow
dollars moro. Tho Dr. for Drown, raised
Drown ngaln; nnd Drown nddod a fow
dollars to tho doctor's last bid. ''Thnt's a
mighty persistent cuss,1' euid tho doctor j
'and if Drown woro horo ho would not ho
Mulled., or I'm inlstnltor. In'Drown s char
acter. So, for tho honor ,01 urawn, ru
ust soo to what llgurcs that persistent cuss
will bid that ruku up.1' And tho doctor
lidded u fow dollars of n bid, Drown by this
tlmo was eager, und dcclnied to u iriend
Hhut nny man ut tho sale except
his oppouiinl might huvo tho ruko, but
thut lio shouldn't; and 10 ho raised tho
doctor ngaln. A fow dollars moro from
tho doctor; n fow moro from Brown; and so
ont until tho doctor, fearful that Brown
would twt ho nblo to comprohond hit en
thusiasm, stopped bidding; nhd itrnngu to
ty Drown got that rako I It Is truo ho
paid two prices for (t, but ho got it, and
there is all tho consolation ho could wish
n that knowledge. When tho truth wus
ro ven led to his mind ho sworo In a mild
and gciitlu manner, nml Immediately pro
ceeded to glvo the county court notlco thai
he intended tonpply for another untl-rall-
A PREMATURE CALF.
HOW AN US HOBS' I'ALV WAS STOLKN BV A
NKOIlO A IilUCONHOLATECOW MOTIUIl
AS lKAIECOW OWNER A LITTLE THE
MATURE. One of the gentlemen who drive tho
teams employed In hauling dirt to All the
custom house squaro.lmd a cow fro n whlo'i
ho was dally expecting u cair. Ono morn
ing lust week ho informed tho police that
the animal had calved and that tho infant
cow had been stollen by n negro neighbor
or his. lie was sure of this becauso tho
dlsconsolato mother persisted in mourning
about ho neighbor's sliiblu yard wecplngi
(so to spenk,) llko Kuchaol mourning over
her children nnd refusing to bo comforted
boenuso thnv woro not. The officers began
to "lay tho ropes" for tho negro's detection,
and tho cow owner had many circumstan
tial proofs of his black neighbor's guilt.
Ho could provo that tho negro had pur
chased veal, and inquired what tho butch.
ors wero paying for calves, and that he
kept his littlo stablo closed night and day,
allowing nobody but himself to enter it-
In tho tncantimo tho cow owner was milk.
ing his fresh cow, and cursing all calf,
thiovos in general nnd this ono in particu
lar. At last tho officers, yielding to tbo
cow man's presistency, informed him that
thoy would, on tho next day, arrest tho
suspectod thlof and oxamlno him. In tho
morning thoy called upon .Mr, Blank nnd
told him thnt thoy wero now ready to lay
their official hands on tho cow stealer, and
would llko to hnvo Blank accompany
them. "Woll, boys, 1 guess iti unneces
sary," said tho cow owner; "you ice, I
was probubly a littlo hasty. Appearances
wero against tho nigger; but, tho fact is, I
was well, ft littlo premature. The coto
had the calj last ntght ; und well you'
9001 don't believe It's worth whllo to
fool with tho d d nigger any longer I
Let us drop tho subject. What will you
Editor Bulletin : You will pleaso
announco that thoro Is no foundation
whatovor in tho "rumor" published In
tbo Bulletin of yesterday morning to
tho cfloct that tho Rev. Edwin Coan had
rcslgnod tho rectorship of tho Church of
tho Redeemer. No indications of such a
rumor exist within tho circlo of his con
gregation, and wo hereby officially and
authoritatively contradict the statement as
II. Wardnep., 1
ARD.VEn, I l'r,1..n.
JI L. Halliday, j
H. H. Candek, Secretary.
A singlo trial will convince the mos
skeptical of tho efficancy of HELM
HOLD'S UUAl'E 1'ILLS In sick or nerv
ous hcadncho, Jaundice, indigestion, con
stipation, dyespepsin, billiousncss, livor
complaints, general debility, etc. No nuu
ten, no griping puins, but mild, pleasant
and safe In operation. Children tnko them
with Impunity. Thoy nro tho best und
most reliable. HELMDOLD'S EX
TRACT SAKSAPAIIILLA creatoi now,
fresh und healthy blood, beautified the
complexion, nnd imparts n youthful ap
pearance, dispelling pimples, blotches,
moth 'patches nnd nil eruptions of tho
Dkliaiilk anl Safe. Dr. Henry
Boot und riant Pills aro mild and pleaso
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or trripini;. Being en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out rogurd to diet or business. Thoy
urouso tho livor und secrclivo organs into
healthy action, throwing otT dlscnso with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system
Try them and you will bo satisfied
l'rlcol!5 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medicine everywhere
Prepared by tho Grafton Medlclno Co, St
Louis, Mo. myOdm
Weiss Deer. Charley Schonomcycr,
nt thu Egyptian saloon, is in constant re
ceipt of u full supply of tho purest and
freshest WoUt Deer u bevorogo tit for a
lord lixhiliariting without Intoxicating,
cool und delicious just tho drink to fight
the dog-dnys with. Besides Wcisi Bcor,
which ho makes a specialty, ho has also
on hand nu excellent stock of wines, li
quors nnd cigars. Call on him.
St. Nicholas. Day bourdon can se
cure good accommodations atthoSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
week. Tho houso Is at tho corner of Ohio
loveo und Eighth street, n central location,
und is proprietored by Hnny Walker,
who is nlivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties dusiring boarding und lodging can
learn terms on inquiry ut tho office.
Wanted Agents, nt Mound City, Me
tropolis and in this city for Ellas Howo's
sswing mnchino. For terms and particu
lars, call on or adress J. 0. Hats,
Tnivollng Agt., Athoneum building, Cairo
.Mound City Journal and Metropolis
Time pluoso copy ono tlmo und send bill
to ubovo address. 2t
Twenty Dollars Reward Will bo
paid for any information bearing on tho
identification of. tho old saddle left at tho
l.otuu of Wm. Kendall on tho morning of
tlio Uth inst. Alex. II Irvin, Hhorill".
Keep cool. Uotrlgerntors, ico chests
water coolurt,,I X L Ico cream freosors
bath tubs, Japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., otc, nt
BEEHWAltT, OHT1I & CO.'S,
myl8tf 130 Com. Ave
Comb to Stay.-Robert Held liai pcr-
umnontly established 11 coal yard nt Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purpose of
sunnlvli'tr steamboats with coal. Tows at
nil times, day or night.
jcBtr u. o. jiutuiiim!on, Agent.
u coiiL-hi. Bronchitis und consump
tion in its curly stugos, nothing equnls Dr.
, l'Ur vj s Golden Medical discovery.
JULY 21, 1871.
Steamer Commonwealth, Now Orleans.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Arkansns Hollo, Evanavlllo,
' Dextor, St. Louis.
" Eloronoe, Memphis. I
City of Cairo, Vlcksburg.
Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" Jus. Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
' Grand Towor, Ht. Louis.
" Gun. Andorson, St. Louis.
" Odd Follow, Ohio rlrcr.
" Spray, Cincinnati.
Steamer Commonwealth, St. Louis.
" City of Chcstor, Memphis.
11 Arkansns Belle, Kvansvllle.
" Dexter, Now Orleans.
" Florence, St. Louis.
" City of Cairo, St. Louis.
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
11 Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Grand Towor, Memphis.
" Gon. Andorson, Mound City.
Slnco last report tho river bu fallen
about ono inch, but from Indications will
bo rising in a fow days.
Cumberland river Is tailing, with twenty-two
inchei on llarpcth shoals.
Boats report 10) feet hot ween horo and
Business on tho lovco very brisk to-day.
Weather cool and pleasant.
The Colorado will go on tho docks at
St. Louis, and tho Rubicon will make one
trip in her placo between St. Louis and
Tho Caraella is loading at Louiivillo for
Cairo, and hereafter will make regular
trips bolweon Loulsvillo and this port.
Tho Commonwealth discharged at the
I. C. R. R. wharfboat 1G crates of earthen
waro and fivo packages of sundries for
Dubuque. Sho has lor St. Louis 3,100
bars of railroad Iron, 100 casks of wine and
various small lots of freight.
Tbo Arkansas Belle arrived at daylight
with about 126 torn of rcshlpplng freight.
Sho reports four feet over the worst bars.
The Illinois discharged at tho I. C. R. R
wharfboat CO pieces of Mississippi pine, to
bo used for building cars.
Tbo Dextor came out drawing 7 feet and
left with her guards on tho water. Sho
exports to get 1500 sacks of corn at Now
Tho Florence from Memphis has a tow
of empty ico barges.
Tobo Hurt is running daily between
this place and Hickman and is building up
n good trado. Tbo principal portion of
her trado is corn.
Grand Towor has for Cairo 45 kgs beer
C bxs weiss beer, 5 pkgs casting, S casks
moat, 3 bbls oil, and has for Faducah 617
sacks of .whoat. And several lots of freight
for points on the Ohio river. She gets
about 76 tons of freight here.
The City of Chester was aground twenty-four
hours at Grconlcaf and was helped
oft by tho Marble City. Sho roports
Grccnlecf as being very bad. Tho chan
ncl changes so often that it is difficult to
Odd-Follow brought out a small tow of
coal from tho Ohio.
Louisville, July 20. The river has
risen 2 inches and still rising, with 2 feet 6
inches in the chute; 4 feot 5 inches in the
Wcathor clear and cool.
Businoss moro brisk.
Arrived Edinburgh and R. C. Oray,
Cincinnati; Texas, Now Orlcanr.
Departed Edinburgh and R. C. Gray,
Tho canal was closed at six o'clock.
The Texas will go on the docks at Mad
son to bo lengthened.
A dredgo boat with C empty flats passed
up to Cincinnati.
Vicrsncito, July 20. Down Biimarck
at 5 in tho morning.
Up Richmond at 11 in the morning.
Tho woather warm nnd clear,
Tho river falling.
Memphis, July 20 Tho weather cloar
Tho rivor falling slowly.
Down Bella St. Louis und II. C. Yea
ger. Our Railroad Interest. The present
oncournglng ovidonceg of railroad pros
perity should Induce every citizen of Cairo
to patronlzo Frod. Theobold, who has re
turned to tho city und tukon chargo of his
popular tonsorial palace, on Sixth street,
between Ohio lovoo and Commercial av
enue IFrcd. is a master in his business,
with a reputation that extends far and
wide! He employs only tbo most skillful
workmiin. His razors aro sharp, his tow
els frcsli and swcot, and his barber-shop as
clean and bright as a now pin. Glvo Frod
.a call, all for tho sako of auid lang syno.
Testimony. Thousands of mothers aro
constantly speaking in oxaltod terms of
commendation of tho magical effects of
Mrs. Whllcomb's Syrup for soothing In
fants teething jylOd&wl.
CANS I CANS 1 1 OAN8II1
Fivo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS at the new-york stobv, at $1.00
por dozon. Largest wholosalo nnd retail
stock in tho city.
GllEKLKY & PATIKU.
Mauuiaoe Guide. Interesting work,
numorouB .emrravings,- pages. Prico
50 cents. Addross Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street; St. Louis,
Mo. Soa Advortitoment.
Kindlino. 600 " glass boxes " for salo
nt 6 cents each. V. "SV. Thornton.
The iniuols Central Hall Boad Coropiny povr
.dTer f.i5"o tho rpllowlng Joscribed lots la rirst
Addittonlo the my
Jit 27 blotk f. ".
" in - W.
.1 f, M Hi,
.. -a M,
Lot 21 block l.
i -iti ' 8'i,
:ti " si,
i ;ll si.
McCOMRS, KELLER A- BRYNES,
Kocurtori to Adolphua Meier Co.,
IMPORTERS AND J0III1ER3 IN
HARDWARE AND OUTLKRY,
Nos, 100 und 102 N. Mnln-st.,
ST. IiOTJI S, MO.
tr. Itlttlngir, aole pionrletor nr.d manufacture
NT. I.Ol'IH, IMHHOUai.
DR. RATriNQEK'S FEVEU DllOPS
Are the chammon tnedieinA for IIia e,irnf v..
and Ague, Dumb Ague and all otlior kind, of
quickly and permanently. No pcraon need Into
malarial leTera. I unr nr. nur. v . . ......
wiaiovrr a arcoim nnie, wnon tneae ilnifcau ha
lUttlnger'a rerer Drops.
mim nnu, live yms lJllie. !!. ABK lor IJr.
DR. RATTINOEH'S VEGKTAHLE
Ar excellent In all ea.ea of costWantas, bllloui
neaaand Imtmritr of thn blood, then contain
neither calomel nor any other mercurial nrenara.
Hons I act quickly and produco no griping.
Price prlox2S cents. Ask for Ur. lUttlnger'a
vi'E,einuie i.irer 1 iiib.
DR. RATTINGEIt'S DIARRHOEA
AND DISSENTERY POWDERS.
Am n pleasant, quick and aifx remedy for all
k iuj 01 iiarrnoea anil uuemeiy aii:ciing a.innr.
Price per box V) cents. Ask for J'r. ltiU
tmger'a Diarrhoea and LMapepala Ponders.
DR. RATTINGEIt'S TONIC HERBS
3Iako a superior stomach bltfera; very ueful a
a nreventlte ar almt malarial fevera and enri-olal.
ly aa a Ionic In caiea of, general debility. Price
tar pacltM. 23 tenia. Aik lor lUltlngar a Hurba.
IKoraaleby aUflri-t-clajl druggista ;nd dralera
J. GEO. 8TEINHOUSE,
Cr. Mill-ill. ami I'sniuierclnl-itv.
Clean Towels and
VaTladlea' and cldldrcn'a hair cut and ahatn
pooed, either at the ahop or at their own liomea.
aMTOentlemen'r whlakera aad hair dyel In
aieuunc manner, eatiaiaction guaranteeo.
H. F. GOODYEAR
! now olleringthe
OROVKR AND RAKER,
FAMILY AND MANUFACTURING
With Etlrllereor-raTlnr In monthly Inatallment
without intereat, and with choice between the
uroier and naker ahuttie or itlcth rnai'lnoe,
tICtheaal Ike on both a dea.
Persona vriahlng to buy a tirat clm awlng
ma:hlnc for M. with hcmintr. filler, bratder ami
qailter, guaga and thumb-screw, oilcan, bottle ot
on, asrew.iiriTer, incut exiraneeuiea, lour ixin
Dina ami extra needle plate, ttiouiii giooo,i
year a caji.
tuirnu ace aampieaoi worK, ai
No. 18G "NVashington-iivcnue
Neatly oppoiltc the Ilullctln oftice,
BETWEEN' ELEVENTH AND TWKLlTIMTr,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS,
CAIItll. I 1. 1. I N OIH.
Alto, keep contntly on hand a uioit euin
L plte alouk of
SCOTCII AND IRISH WHISKIES
-0 I X H ,
Port, Madoria, Sherry und Catawbu Wines
T 8MVTH A CO. aelt excluhirely for cnih.lo
XI, wiucn laci uiey unite tne enpocuii alien
lion 01 cioie lurain uuyera.
Bpeeial attention yivtn to Filling Orders.
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOR THE nOMELESS
ONLY $1.25 PER ACRE
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
ir . I t, tl (J tf
I . 1 1.
.HT HT 1 l.lll .
Tiir. Tiir riiui or mc
LEAVENWORTH,- LAWRK.vdE AND QALYEtf-
TON It. . LINK
From Lawrence aa4 Kansas City and viail the eel
cbrated Ougn oountry, .
The G ardex Spot or, Kansas.
. i tl
I J4 1
Is prepared to supply cuitomera wftli tho best,
PITTSBURG A1NTD ILLINOIS
OUHKIW leftut Itallldiiy llros.olKcc, 70 OHIO
LKVEK, or at tho foal Yard below tho Ht.
Cnarlea Hotel, will receive prompt attention.
TlIETUGi JlO.VrAUK'1 will btluij coal alone
aide steamers nt any hour. ociiir
COMHINSION AND J'ORWAKnlJfll.
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Succesiora ti.Stratton, Hudim A Cirl-.i
VI 10LESA LE G HOC 10 US,
A tl II
COMMISSION M KUCHA NTs,
G7 Ohio Lovoo. Cairo, Illinois.
'Aitenta of American Towder L'o., ni.d in m.
facttirera gent for collon yarn. I""'111 .
0LOSK it V IN UK NT,
3DSA.Ii33E,a XIST LIMB
Cement, Plaxter Paiiii,
RLASTKRKR'S II A I R,
i'arnrr Klghtli Hlrtt stisU Ohio Ive
No. 80 Ohio Lcvce,
Orders solicited and promptly tilled.
II. 31. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commcrcial-ave.,
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN 13. PIIILL1S,
(Bucceaior lo I'nrker I'lillli,)
FOR WA RDI NG M KUCHA NT,
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Hucceori to E. 11. lUndriclu A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
vkl.iheral Adraneea made upon
Are prepared to recelre, itnrn and forward
frelghta to all points and buy and
aell on cotnmleiioD.
"IluInea atlendH lo promptly.
(accessor ol Aycrs A Co.)
General Commission Merchant)
133 OHIO LEVEE,
WINEW ARB UCiDOR.
WM. II. 8CH UTTER,
Iuipurler nnd Wliolraale Dealer In
TOBACCO &c CIQAE9.
Agent for the beat brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
i i Ann
Iniiorled A leu of Different Hlada.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
Svcrusoa route a ftochixitu
"Itoclifyer nml Wholi-salo Dciiler It
I'orclKH stnil DomcNlIn
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
Brmsaririn IUock, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SE keops on. hand constantly n full stock el
uld Kentucky llourbou. Ryo and Mouosra
Whlskiea. Preneh Drandles, Uolland Cja,
Kaluo sud California Wines. , IsftWd