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General P.encer Agent, Chicago.
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STEAM HO ATM.
MOUND CITY AND 0A1KO.
THE STEA TUG, CACHE
Capt. Viluam II. Sandusky.
POUR TRIP?; RVR11Y DAY
CAIRO A3srr) CITY
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VAMIMKSOK PARTIES SUl'J'LIKD
ON SHORT NOTIOK.
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'l). 160 "WAHHlNCVrON AVKNUK,
Um on hand
A f INE STOCK OV WATCHES,
CLOCKB, JEWKLKY, ETC.
WrtlcuUr attention given to
MPAIBINU FINK WATCHES.
.The largest .lock of
OLD AND SILVER WATCHES
i ia rtTT.
UOOkUJ, BSUUi-tUeln. Uml C.LlVMK.. new a.
Bataan. tax llstal alia over nritly of put.,
ITwi, nrmtlaw contracted for. .lid Ml tlirllv
rrsvaflly sw-eafsai; la th HulUtia book,
it Tay fir muamtt otwwi.miutih.
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1 npfn;non WHntaday, Oetolr Hill, 171.
. .r?!ir".'."!0 ''"n.ix months p.i'h. btn-
.iiii.lmi tpd to tr,. .aiilorpl.a. on pxainlniilinn
' ) .ppl cation on or U.forp 0,.oti"r 7th, 171.
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Jlilo llher mule, (rAoit
.Mondny) A;'"' p.tn. i;(Kl,.tn.
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Moii Order nnj Itcgimcr ilrpartinent. not
rfjwjn 011 t!uuilyii.
Ckinn (ViMMiMir.nr, No. 1.,. Sulci A'ciii'iIt
I the A"jlJm Mjjioiiii ltnll, (Irstnn.i tlnt(lfcHn.-
ril.iv inrncli month.
Caibh Uhi'm-ii, No. 21. rrciiliir Conrnrntionnt
Mn.on c Hull. tlio pcconil frhluy Inc.tcli inonlli.
l-Aiiio riiirtrii, o. 71. Irjjulnr Cimvocntion
JlHiunir Hall, nn the third l'iminv nf nvirv
Caiho IOiinc. No. 237 V. A A. M llocnUr (Vm.
milllt ationi. nt Mrt.onic Hull, thn arninl .11.1
.'.iiirili louday. ol oaoli month.
nrLTA iODor, isn.oon I'. 1 A. M. Ilrglilnr Cora
niinlCAtionii nt Ma.onlc Hall r.t nnd third
liU.rtdn.Y9 in cncli month
At.rXAhrn Lniinr. 21. fAt. In O.M Pllnw'.
I'll. In Art r' llulillnir. cvorv Tliuradav cn.
ii, nt 80'clo !
The nartnpr.hlti ltprlnfnpA nvUtlm liaiu-Ann
I. Mtolilmonnnnd M.Selfke. undprthn firm n.inn
I Btjiilmnti A UlPlkp. I. thin il.v illanlp.l In
nutiml cnn.fiit. The liulnoi will he continucii
It tllP olil "l.llld liv M. Klpftin. uhn la aillhn.laarl
apttle all thn nccount. ut Clio Inte tirm,
'ulillslipil eT.v nioriihiK, Monitiiy ox-
ridgcon in town jet.
Now onts nro going down.
If you want a clean slmvc go to Al
Mayor l.nnsdeii rulurncU to tho city
Orccly, of Grcoly As-'l'artior, lias re
turned from asliington.
Hon. (ii-o. AVull, of Du Quoin,
was in tho city yesterday.
Tlio Scliuttcr Block wa sold yostcr-
lay for ?4000. I'opo was tho purcliasor.
Tliu Arick i. Illinois Central rail
road compiiny caso i3 still in tho circuit
Mr. Kiimc, who im hecn absent from
tho city on n visit to Michigan, is id homo
Whisky Mut was arrested by Cain
yesterday for drunk and disorderly con
K. K. Davis propose to contributo S4
to tlio olllcur who will lid tho leveo of root
Six ladies of euv virtuo wcro before
liross yeslcrdnv. Ho lined them each $10
. "Want to Know" makes certain in
quiries wliich require" roplini'. Who will
innke them ?
If you want a painless delightful
shave, go to Alim's iJi. mmr and work
men are the ht-t in the city. tf
Tho Delta hoys aru not confident of
their ability to lay out the l'aducah Trim
blc, hut thoy hopo hard.
.Stohlinan & Suifko is a firm of tho
pat. Seil'ko goes on with tho business,
and can shoo tho town.
Tho Christian church congregation
arc taiking about a picnic exclusion down
the Misistiippi to Ilickmaii.
I'irst blood fur tlio two nuw police
men. Itoliertsnu nod Holmes, tho arrest of
.I0I111 .MorrW, fur drunkenness.
Tlio railroad ordinances have passed
tho council and will bu -Igneil by tlie
muyur this ulorning. All right.
Tli tone of tho llmir market, our
commercial man tnys, i bet er than at
lust report, hut very littlo flour is being
The salu nf D.ividmin'j goods will bo
oiitinued to-ihiy, eiiinineneiiig Ht !' o'clock
hik a. 111. (irent bargains inuv ho ohtain.
ed hy attending till, mle.
I'opu bat prepared -tn ordinance pro-
hiblting tliu obstruction of tho streets and
avenues of thn city. It will lis submitted
to the eouueil ut it noxt meeting.
Cat tain and Mrs.Samluikv. who know
hnt a printer likei nio'l, placed 1111011 our
disli full of tin,
motl liPKUtilul tM-Huli.... .rll, ..,,.,) fan,,,
their nvvti tree 'n,.,,,.
I'ur S-LVikm ...,,,, , ,
m iiiHiiuf1,. tiJr..r priciis, fur thirty
i.iiiou, linn ,rn : (! 'a (l,..lu
by ll.oei.io .,r (,,,B v,ur, for cash, at cash
1 l'-111 nJ Uimmerehil avenue.
At tho mePtliig of tho board of alder-
men lu.t niKl,t, Alderman Winter moved
nun mo city marshul bu iiiblructed to tiro.
coed to the enforcement of tho hoir ordi
nance, utter giving three days' notice iu
hik IIUi.lkti.v. Curried.
Mr. V. M. Stockileth, wlio tiorsists
uolhi; cliurltablo acts becauso ho can't holt:
It, presented a very large pyramid cako to
the orphans of tho asylum one of th
huiid.omest atej most cxponiivo cukos ove
u'fwi in Cairo.
Oat uucrlbetM will please bear in
..... ., ... wi
t on to Tiik
"Ul.I.V.TIV A. I!..,..,..! 1
kr was . increased f.on,l!0cot,tosa'cont.
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V.I, n..,..l.l.. I 1.. Si"
v. J'.IIUIUIU IIUYUIICe,
Tbo UUlruvbOUS lle-lll'lltlm. lir.,M ,al.
-Kev. .Ino. Frl-nd will prend, OI ' " ' ' 'nsuan lam. 7 & Co., nmountlng to 5212.84, having boon
day morning on tho Mibjeet of "t"ii?,""i i Sl,u,,Ul 1,01 uch tracts, biued on thttt in- aloWed by tho Solect Council at tho rato
Government i" and, n, th uvtnlm. ,,r i !''rM ruvuUllu" bu C"1R4 as Chris- of$20por'M. Alderman Stratton moved
"This Kcct Everywhere Spoken Ag n,r' I 'J'?, 'nwnK" uml ' taught in our i to concur. Carrlod ns followst
After l.or...u..lnthev0,,.i -tho I Ayes-Cunningham, Fitagonild, Mot-
mony or baptK.n will bu pcrlormed i f "'U ml utiQf qwn 1 calf,J Itearden. tfeaso,' Stratton, Swayno,
v, . "u ptriornieu, jbonrff or aro Uhrltlaltm afmld Hnd Waldr and Winter 9.
lioa bat ftlendu In the rlty council. Tlejl
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1871.
Jlty has ft contract with gis-post owners
to lurnlsh them with Rd, and "llo" won't
do. Tho bid of tho gas company, 3.60.
per post par month, Is a liberal bid
and should ho 11 -copied.
C'hlof Myers has been derllicl In his
duty In rcgnrd to tho hog ordinance, Do
has only captured ono bog elnco tho or
dinance went Into forcct nnd took the first
opportunity that presented itsnlf to alkw
tho ordlnanco to go by default. He should
stir his stumps....
' Four cltleni discontinued Tiik II ui.
LET1K becauso It publishos tho dispatches
nnd charges fivo conts a week extra for
them, Tli r co of theso enterprising gen
tlemen aro merchants, and One a saloon
keeper, Tho saloon keeper ii ashamed of
himself nnd proposes to renew his sub
Chas. H. Kvani, Washington nvenue
lictwccn Klgbth nnd Ninth streets, has on
hand n splendid slock'of family grocor
rics of all kinds, which ho is selllnc at tho
lowest prices. Ho is dotormincd to bo
not undersold, nnd challenges compari
son of tho quality of his goods with any
bouse in llio city.
Jack .Burns and Giis. Lawronse, ju-'
Vontlo tliloTcp, robbed an old nian of S35'
on Ihursday. Thoy woro arrested by
Arnold, who recovered 35 of tho,money
and roturncd !t to tho owner. Thov aro
now in tho .county jail awaiting n reply
to Judgo Bross' application to send them
to tho reform fchool nt rontlac.
Myers spotted two young thieves get
ting oil a steamboat on Thursday evening,
and arrested them during tho night. Thoy
woro yesterday tried on a charge of vu-
grnncy beforo Bross, who fined tbcru $10
each. City Attorney I'opo stayed execu
tion for thirty minutos, in which timo
thoy got out of town.
City Attorney I'opo sprung tho horsc-
runnlng-at-largo ordlnanco yesterday, and
had two citizens fined $5 each. Tho ordl
nanco has been a doad letter fo- years
and its sudden resurrection was not ex
actly fair. Notico of tho Intention to put
it in forco should havo been given, and it
should bo enforced against all citizens who
allow their ltorsei to run at largo.
Munn wascaRcd to Mound City yes
terday to commonco proceedings against
doputy sliorlff Stoltz, of Pulaski county,
for killing a colored man in that county a
fjw days ago. This is a step in tho right
direction. The lives of tho colored men
of Kgypl must bo protected against tho re
publican office-holders and their ku-klux-
tan acsociatcs. Thcso republican office
holders must ho taught that tho day has
gone by when whito men, prejudiced
ugaiimt tho Innocent black man, will bo
allowed to chool Mm down in" cold blood
Wo cannot stand calmly by and sco such
outrages. Vj will not stand by and fail to
protest against tho wrong. We tboreforo
demand that the radical Stoltz shall bo
culled upon to show that ho killed tho ne
gro who dleu at his liana while acting in
solf-dcfeuso or lawfully dischuritini; his
duty. It is bud enough to have our color
ed fellow-citizens driven from tho jury
box by the republican officers of ourcourtf
but tho camel is being loaded too heavily
when radical county officials beirin to
shoot down black men, and deliberately
kill them. .1 tixtico calls aloud fur tho pun
ishmont of these oppressors of tho black
Tho Jonesboro Gazette of this dato
contains nn nrticlo severely reflecting upon
the Southern Illinois Normal School Com
missioncrs, denouncing thorn ns corrupt
In their management of the aflnlrs entrust
ed to their charge. Insufficient notice
of tlio determination or thacomniia.iunors
to receive bids is ono of tho charge. "Tho
notico was givcn on the 3d," it is said, "and
bids received until the ISth only, while
tlio notico was not published u any paper
of treneral circulation In the stato." This
is not true, becauso wo read tho notico so'v
eral times in tho Cairo Sun, a paper whiuh
every body knows lavgtUj circulates in th
city ud 11 littlo out of it, and twelv
days are, wo maintain, considerable moro
than ample time to mttko 11 calculation on
a work of the kind proposed, "Here,
shouts tho Gazette, "is tho nigger in tlio
woodpile; .Mr. Boyle, who is familiarly
known us 't'liinlgan,' is Mr. Woods' bus.
iuoss partner, and Mr. Woods is one o
tho commU.'iioners who have tho
letting of this 'mysterious' contract
''iiiiiugiin, of course, is tho only bidder
from Cairo." This statement dous great
njustico to Mr. Woods. Ho is not tlio
business partner of Mr. Boyle. In pork-
packing timo they havo been in tho habit
f packing a fow hogs togothor, nnd will,
irouably, in tho future, but wnat has
pork-packing to do with brick-laying? It
true, Mr. Doyle, who is acquainted
with Mr. Woods, did havo an interest in
tlio bid on tho work, but why, thoroforo,
rthould .Mr. Woods' honesty bo reflected
upon? Tho gentlomnn who mado tho.es-
timiito was Wr. Wickwlre,iin experienced
ibler of this city, a mechanic whokuows
his business thoroughly, and one who can
work cheaper and better than most of the
uiorc-truuipotcd builders of tho larger
cities. Ho has associate! -with him, Mr.
Boyle, who is 11 biiek-luyor of many vcars'
uxpuriuncu a vuluublo man in tho prose
cution of work of tliu kind bid for Tho
bid of thusu gvntlumen was much under
the other bide. What other course, then,
could tho commissioners havo pursued
than the one thoy did ? " "Wo are a young
man from tho country In search of infor
mation, and pituso for a reply. Our Ire
pulsion, at this moment, ii, that the Ga.
ittte is oil' its littlo eggs in this mattor, and
can't succeed In hatching out u now sensa
tion, ICnrniminic nteil,)
"I.siniKi. Thactm." Can oxtracts from
tho Old Testament, tho orthodox Bible
given by tlio inspiration of that spirit who
cannot err, as our guide nnd rulo tosulvn.
lion, bo unsuitable fur the perusal of young
r,,...,,.! il...t. ll.,.,..1
Want yo know.
HOAKD OF ALDERMEN.
Fre'ftl mooting or luo Board or Aldotinftn, called
by Aldetmnn CuhnlnRhAhi nnd 1'IUgcrold.
' . Oouaii' CiMM.rB,)
. Cairo, Ilh, Juiy 20, is7l.f
Alderman Itcnrde In tho Chnir.
rrcion! Aldermcti Cunningham, Kllz
gorald, Metcalf, Renrden, Scaso, Stratton,
Swnyno nnd AVInter 8.
AbscntAldcrrrttn Budor, Carroll,
Klnband Waldor 1.
On motion of A derm..n Cunningham
tho reading of ordlnnncca wns proceeded
Upon tho first rcadlmrtn Ihl. Ilnnr.1 om.1
laid over for a second reading: "An or
dirinAco to AUthorlzo a subscrlnllon of
$160,000 to tho Cairo and St. Louis Kali
road Company;" also "An ordinance to
auihorizo the subscription of $100,000 tit
tho Cairo and Vlucenncs Rail road-, Com
pany, and for other purposes."
Upon IU sccokid reading: "An ordi
nance to prevent the running at largo of
coi's and goats, and for other pm poses."
Sn(d ordlnanco having had its second
redding, Alderman Kilzgornld moved to '
Aldorman V.'aldcr appeared in his scat.
Aldorman Molcalf moved to amend
said ordinance by striking but section 2, of
tho same. Carried us follows:
Ayes Cunningham, Fitzgcrajd, Met
calf, Stratton and Waldcr 0,
Nays Rcarden, Sease, Swayno and
Aldorman Winter moved to tablo said
ordinance Lost by tho following rote :
Ayes Swayno and Wintor 2. Nays
Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Metcalf, Rear
den, Sense, Stratton and AValdor 7.
Tho ordinance ns nmended was then laid
over for a second ronding.
Tho Clerk read tho report of tho special
committee heretoforo appointed to rccelvo
proposals for lighting tho city, and also
tho bids of Thos. Wilson, .1. T. Thomas
and tho Cairo City Gas Company, in which
report said committee recommended that
tho Mayor, City Clork and City Comp
troller be authorized and, instructed to
rnakon contract with said company for gas
at.thclr bid, viz: $3.50 per post per month,
and 3.60 par thousand cubic feet, the com
pany to keep tho lamp and posts in good
order, and to light tho lamps and extin
guish tho lights, said officers to provide in
tho contract that tho burners in tho atreot
lamps shall burn not less than four feet of
gas per hour nnd givo light equal to thoso
now in use, and after twelva months either
party to tho contract may annul and
mako void the samo by giving not less
than sixty days' notice, in writing, of their
intention to do so.
Said report having boon referred to this
Board by tho City Council in joint ses
sion, with tho recommendation that tho
bid of tho Gas Company bo accoptcd, and
tho rcco..imendation of tho special com
mittee bo concifrrcd in. Alderman Cun
ningham moved to concur and that tho
Mayor, Clerk and Comptroller bo author
ized nnd directed to mako a contract a
recommended by tlio committee. Lost as
follows: A'ves Cunnlni;hnm, llcardcn
and Stratton 3. Nays Fitzgerald, Met.
call, Sease, Swaync, Walder and Win
Aldorman Seaso moved that a special
committee, of throo bo npointcd to confer
with tho f ovcral bidders and examine and
test tlio lights, nnd nlso to confer with tho
Gas company nnd ascertain whether thoy
will furnish gas on any lowor terms than
thoso already proposed. Carried.
Tho Chair appointted ns such commot
toe, Aldermen Soase, Swayno and Cun
ningham. OKDINANCE COMMITTEE KEl'ORT.
The ordlnanco entitled "An ordinanco to
amend ordlna.ico No. 40 and for other
purposes" having been rofttrrcd by; this
Board at its last mooting, to tho Ordinanco
Commltteo for amendment, said commit
tee reported tho warno back with the fol-
1 f ..1JI1I 1 .!.... ... n
lowing aiiuiiiuiiau bcwwuu ui auicuu'i
ment thereto, viz :
Skctio.v 3. It shall bo the duty of. tho
City Comptroller to proxido means for
removing from tho front of- all dwelling
houses iu tho city, ull vegetables and dry
kitchen oUul of ovcry description, provid
ed tho same is placad in boxes or barrels
placed in convenient locations in front of
s.tid houses beforo tho timo fixed for
such removal, and that such re
moval shnll bo mndo from tho first day of
December to tho first day of March onco
a week, from tlio first day of March to tho
first dav of Juno, and from tho first day
of Septcmbor to the first day of Decem
ber twico in each week, and from the
first day of Juno to tho first day of Sep
tember thrco times a weok, and that notico
shall bo glv.'.n by said Comptroller of tho
time of such removal by publication in
tho newspaper publishing too ordinances
of tho city, nny arrangement made by the
Comptroller for tho purposo abovo speci
fied to bo by him reported to tho City
Council in joint session convened for ap
proval by them."
Alderman Stratton moved to adopt
Aldorman Swayno moved to table.
Lost bp tho following vote:
Ayes Fltzgurnld, Motcalf, Swayno and
Nays Cunningham, Reardon, Seaso,
Straton and Winter fi.
Alderman Waldiir movod to amend
siiid amendment by ttrlking.out the -word
"dwelling" in the second line, and also
tho words ".throo times a' in tho twoltili
'Ino and insert tho words six days Irf
each" fo as to read "from the first dny of
Juno to tho first day of Septcmbor eiz
days 'In each wook." Carrlod as follows :
XycsCuhnihglidm, Fitzgerald, Tirol
calf, Konrdou, .Seaso, Stratton, nnd Win
" Nays Swayno and Walder 2
Tho quostlno then rocurlng on Alder
mail' Stratton'. 'motion to adopt tho
amendment it wmadapted by tho follow
ing voto :
Ayes Cunningham, Fltzgorald, Rear
din, Sense, Stratton and Winttr 0.
Xrty,Mutcalf, Swayno and Walder 3;
'' : HILLS
Tho bills of S. Walters for lumber,
amounting to ?.U.e.i, nnu or .Morris, Hood
Tho bill or tho Arab Vim Company for
ox ponies to July 1, nraountlng to $109.03,
hi Ing boen allowed by tho Soloot Council
Alderman Fitzgerald m6vcd to concur.
Carried by tho following voto:
Ayes Cunningham, FHzgorald, Mct
Cilf, RcnrJon, Sense, Stratton, Swaync,
Walder nnd Wintor 0. ,
On motion of Alderman Fltzgorald alio
Board adjourned until to-morrow even
ing, tho lilKt Instant.
M. J. Howr.Br, City Clerk.
M . , ,
Oun Railroad Intkkkst. The present
encouraging evidences of rnllroad rirot
perlty should induce, every citizen of Cairo
to patronize Fred. Thoobold, who has re
turncd'td tho city and taken chariro of his
popular tonsorlal palaco, on Sixtintrot,H
between Ohio love.o and Commercial nv
onuo. Fred, is a .master "id h(s business,
with a reputation that extends far .and
witlov Ho cmpjoji prJly,iHb,ej nitW iklliruj
wdrkrnen'. .Bji'.farrohilrp, his' tow
ols; frcsh.an tirextf, Andhl;bfi'r;t6r-ihop.ai
cldarf nnd bright a'npw'jjin'. .UiVcFreiji
a dull, atl for tho sake o'f aid lang syno.
A slnglo trial will convince tho mot
skeptical of tho ctBc'ancy of HELM
BOLD' 8 GRAVE FILLS in sick or norv
ous headache, jaundice, Indigestion, con
stipation, dyespepsia, bilUousncss, liver
complaints, general debility, otc. No nau
sea, no griping pains, but mild, pleasant
and aafo In operation. Children take them
with Impunity. They are tho best nnd
moit reliable HELM'UOLD'S EX
TRACT SARSAPARILLA crcatoi new,
fresh and healthy blood, beautifies tho
comploxion, and Imparts a youthful ap
pearance, uispening pimpics, dioicdcs,
moth .patches and all eruptions ,of tho
Reliable and Safx. Dr. Henry
Root and Plant Fills are mild and please
ant In thoir oporatloD, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to dlot or business. Thoy
arouso tho liver and secrctivo organs' Into
healthy action, throwing off dlscajo with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system
Try them nnd you will bo satisfied
Price 'J5 cents n box. Sold by druggists
and dealers In medlcino ovorywhoro
Prepared by the Grafton Medlcino Co, St
Louis, Mo. my 9dm
Wkws Bkeh. Charloy Schonomoyer,
at tho Egyptian saloon, is In constant ro
colpt of a full supply of the purest and
freshest Weiss Beer a beverage lit, for a
lord; exhiliaritiDg without intoxicating,
cool and delicious just the drink to right
tho dog-days with. Besides Weiss Boer,
which ho makes a specialty, he bat, alio
on hand an excellent stock of wines, li
quors and cigars. Call oo him.
Sr. Nicholas. Day boarders cause
euro good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. Jaraci) at 4 per.
week. Tho house is at, the corncr'of Ohio
lovco and Eighth street, a central location,
and is proprictorcd by IlRrry Wallser,
who is alive to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho office.
Testimony. Thousands of mothers aro
constantly speaking in exalted terms of
commendation of tho magical effects of
Mrs. Whilcomb's Syrup for soothing in
fants teething. ' jylOd&wl.
CANS I CANS II CANS! 1 1
Fivo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CAN8 at tiik nkw-yobk bto nr, at 1.00
por dozen. Largest wholesalo and retail
stock in tho citv.
Greeley & PatieK.
Marriaoe Guide. Interesting work,
numerous entrrnvines, 224 pages. Price
60 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St, Louis,
Mo. Moo Advertisement.
Twenty 'Dollars Reward Will bo
paid for any information bearing on the
identification of tho old saddle left at the
house of Wm. Kendall on tho morning of
the Oth inst. Alex. II Irvin, Sheriff,
Keep cool. llctrlgorators, ico chests
wntcr coolors, I X L ico cream froozers
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., nt
BEER WART, ORTH & CO.'S,
mylStf 136 Com.. Avo.
Come to Stay. Robert Rcld has per
manently established n coal yard at Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purposo of
Bupplyiog stcambonts with coal. Tow at
ull titnos, dny or night,
jeStf 0.8. lloTcniNBON, Agent.
Kindling-. 600 " class boxes " for sale
at 6 conts each. W. W. Thornton.
ta latest A&av
Dr. Itatl.lngcr, nolo proprietor nnd manutafiturcr
UlO HOUTII 7TIl"-'8f.,
NT. I.OUIN, MINNOVRI.
j Tf ,"T
DR. RATTINGER'S FEVER DROPS
r tho champion incdlcinn for the cure of Ferer
ml AKue, Duuili Ague and all .other kinda or
lal.rial fover.. They are niirely veKelable. cure
nuicxiy anu peniin. j"". -
tlio lever napeond timo, when theiio drop, can be
hhwlned. Price por bottle, AW for Dr.
IUttlngei'a Kever l(opa.
DIL IVATTINGKR'S VEGETABLE
Ara excellent In all cases or costlvoneas, billons,
nun and Impurity or tho Wood, they contain
uolthcr calomel norunyntlicr mercurial prepara.
tional act quickly and iroiliico no griping,
l'rlcpperhoxifJcnnt., Anlt for. Dr. Jtnttingcr'a
VenctnMo Liver IMIh.
DR. RATTINGER'S DIARRHOEA
AND DISSENTER Y POWDERS.
Aro n tdeh.ant. nnlck and Mto remedy for all
kinda nt Diarrhoea and Diaantery atl'.'ctlng adullp.
I'rlce per hux ui i-vnU, Ask for Dr. Hut
linger'. Dinrtlioeaand Di.pep.ia I'owdera.
DR. RATTINGER'S TONIC HERBS
Mako u.uperiorHtomacli bit.er.s very uieful aa
a nroventlvo rfiralnit malarial fuTor. and e.DPolai
lyaanlonlQ In pe of uaiuiral debility. Jrje,
per pacKUl. parent.. AtKloritaitinger a Jiurna.,
' roraarabyallfirat.ola.4 druggl.t, rod dealer
In medicine, jyaodtr
Hloamor Argonaut, Tontioisoc.
ii .onco Lc. F.vansvlllc.
Dictator, Now Orleans.
Henry A me,, st. Louis.
Hon. Anderson, Mound Cltv
Jas. FJ,k, Jr., Paducnh. 3
glty of Vlcksburg, gi. Loui,.
rERa Hughes, Naslivillo.
Sloamer Argonaut,' Stwfxnl.
f' Vlikma.A I -. -L. ...
, - - .u.ui.u ajcu. rjYaniviiii.w
t IndmiaiNanaF (Hla.,.
Uictatort Ht. Units. '.' ,
Henry Araea, iNewiOrUana. ,
Lady Lee, 8t, Luol. '
; .I'obo Jlurt.Hlckm'ati,
Illinois Columbus v
City of Vlcksbur;,.VIckiburr. . ,
Tho rivor Is still falllnir alowlv. Th.
lato rise up tho hlo has not reached hero
yet. Tho Mississippi his fu'lfen'slx Inches
at St. Louis during the last twenty-four
Tlio canal at Louisville hat boen closed
and will not bo opened until aotno time in
Tho lovco presented an, active' appear
ance Tho wcathor Is cool and delightful.
Tho Spray .rosblps 200 tons freight for
New Orleans and way points. She has
about 150 tons frolght for Memphis. She
towed two barges out of Iho Ohio and
camo out without any trouble.
The Florence Lee has for Cairo 0 bnd-
tteods, s VundlcA of rails, S bags of wheat,
.3 boxes (egg and about 60 tons for the
Tbo Henry Ames was drawing all tbo
water thcro was In the river and came out
without grounding. Bho got 25U tons
hero and deft witli her quarters In tho
Tho Lady Lee from Red River dis
charged lOObales of cotton j four bsg of
cotton for Louisville and has about 600
bales for St. Louis,
Tho General Anderson pastod without'
landing, towing an old steamboat
loaded with lumber.
Tho Fisk has for Cairo C boxes of applot
8 boxes of peaches for IIallldayBrotbtrs,
189 sacks of wheat, and for St. Louts 36'J
bundles of iron.
Tho Indiana left with 1,200 tons which
she recolved hero. She loaded without
any delay and left behind enough freight
to load another boat of the same capacity.
The H. M. Shrove, cn route to Bod river
met with an accident last Tuesday when
fire miles below Helena: Sho broke the
pitman strap, T.,bead follower and both
cylindos, She will transfer hor trip to an.
other boat. Sho met with a similar necl
dent tome timo ago.
The Idlewild and Quickstep have wlth
drawn from tho Evansville trade on ac
count of low water. The Florence Lee i
runniriL' in tho rjlaca of the former, and
the John Lumsden in tho place of tho lat
tar. Tho Arkansas Bell still continues In
the trade. Sim la a good low-water boat
Tho City of Vicksburg had a moderate
trip. Sho discharged for Cairo merchants
22 kogt of beor, 2 casks of meat, 80 sacks of
rye, and 10 balet of gunnies. She receiV'
ed about two ton here.
Tho 1211a Hughes, from Nashville, has
03 hhdt. of tobacco for New Orleans, por
I.C. R. R. 3 hhds tobacco for Now-Tork
Memtuis, July 21. Clear and pleasant
River falling slowly
Departures City of Chester, up; Mary
St. Louis, Julv 21. Arrived Com
monwealth, New Orleans; Rob Hoy and
S. S. Merrill, Kcokuki City of Pckia
Peoria; City of Cairo, Vicksburg; Lady
Leo, Bed rivei.
Departed Rob 'Roy' Kookuk ; Lako
Suporior, St. PaUl ;" Natchez, and Olivo
Branch, New Orleans;?) Marble City,
PiTTSiiuno, July '21. Sprinkling
"rain ;,Mongahola 2 fco nnd faljing.
Cincinnati. River fallen 7 inches
Weather olamdy and clear, alternately
some rain, Thermometer 74.
Nashville, July '21. River falling
with 30 inches on Harpeth shoals
Weather fair and pleasant.
I " s
Kvanm'ii.lk, Ind, July 21. Weather
Bivcr fallen two inches.
Down Eddyvllle and Lo Clair.
Up Ada Hulrhnn and Arkansas Belle.
All with medium trips.
CAIRO CITY COAL
1 i JH t-It i nil til
I t I 1 1' It t
1 rlhff. . Iltfa, .....
It prepared to supply cnitoiiier. wllh'lhe IwjI
quality, or t '
: tj if r , i
RDEIWlefl atIallldarnr'oi.'offlo'eO OHIO
J LEVER, or at the Coal Yard below the St.
Charles Hole), will receire prompt attention.
THE TVQ "MONTAUK "will lIHs;coaI along
aide ateamer at .nv hour.
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to lo' f "PWn '"'
KAXSOMINING, rXPER HANGING
man wkiTiso, etc.,
At Rguret which defy all competion, and In the
highest style or the. painter's art.
SHOP IN THEPERUY HOUSE,
-CORNER OV COMMERCIAL AYENUE AND
COMMINMON AND I'OIiWAUHINI..
W.Htratton. " T
STRATTON k MM),
(Suceenorn loBtra'-lon, Hudson A t -wi-
W 1 10 LES ALE GK0CKH8,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
aAgenta or American Pnwdpr l'n . and in.n.
folurerjjixpni. fr cotuin arn. J' " .
CLOSE & VINOFiNT,
I " MKHCIIANTS.
Ckubnt, Plaster Parih,
AST Kll KITS II A I it;
ror MaMW, MrfC.Mel Ohio
PKTEK OUIIJ. 1
No. 80 Ohio Uvee,
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
Z Jyl dtl
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Conunercial-ave.,
MILL EH & PARKER,
DEALERS IX FLOUR, CORN
Onts, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILIA
JOHN H. l'HILLIS,
(Sueccmor lo I'arkcr it riullU.)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Coiu TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Successors to E, 11. Htndricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
ApSfcLiberal Advance, rn.de nponSwy
kIl C'on.lgnment.. SSv
Are prepared to receive, .toro and forward
freight, to all polnta and buy and
aell on conunli.lon.
rnulne attended lo promptly.
(Huecet.or of Ayer. k Co.)
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MflWKH AMD xJttCOatv.
WM. II. S0HUTTER,
liiiiirler anil Wlioletutte Dealer 1st
Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Import! AIM or DlaTereiU BlatUU
75 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STO0KFLETH,
vccriNOR roiim tl ITOCXrtlTS
Rertlfyer nnd M'boleaale DeItr st
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Omo Lxvzb,
tiriixaritui Btuca, CAlOt ILLINOIS.
rTB keipe on hand oontuyatly a full stock ct
LJL Old. Kentucky llourbon, RyesM Mononga.
Tela Whl.kiea. Freaoh Brandies, Holland Gin,