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rilAVELBR'ti GUIDE.
TAKK NOTICE. -
TIM K TABLIfclf.TUK tl.UJf ODJ CptTiAlT B.M.
On and .rWtWdaV, Via? KlV. fiM.'rtiJVutU1-1
inn Imt.iahleyrtU ovarii Jjirtl and jjeijftr
ttrn of ftlngr (tafn at calrot ' '
lttIHtr1 Mail train, da Ij, IMS p.m.
Express, daily - 2.15 p.m
Arrln Hull, datlf,...A.'..i...i....i..j.i- 3!30h.n.
Express, dally, except rMindsy 2X) p.m,
Althnyjr.h tW ;f-rgll1$fcf d'.qOjMra'll In taken V
oih trains out ojrCeVriii will rravfthroun'cr
for til. ljoul,Mhih;wllt'l) taken lhr,iiigh fl'im
Kuqiioin by thMTnlnVonihe"Pellevllle road. !!
revt and close connection will bo made At IHI
quolu, tnil there wirj'bp'.fio i5hariga of osts fom
Olio o Hi. Louis. The train lesving Clto tit
I :ii m. will hre athrolightlrcplng cor lor St.
I. 'HH The.jUtaadioti of shippers especially
o.lled to the fact Out a Fruit Express Iroln will
leave CslroVrfsJty, fsaturdsy expected, ami will
make ilia riartrom thia city to Chicago in twenty,
two hour. ' J1. Ji IINfON, Agent.
qFioKMT KOUTK FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
10
St. Iouit, IiorinviixK, Cincinnati, Cm
caoo, New Yonit, Boston,
AHtl ALL
POINTS KAST AND WEST."
Pss.enger train arrive at ami leave Cairo at fot
lows t
mil.,
1i3iia.ni.
..... 1 ins H.lll,
rxrarM.
.aaii
Iirrsar
.. ;n Jit (i.in,
aila i in,
Both trains oonneel a. Cfntralia wlih train on tne
ro
Pans, Hecattir lilnnmimrtrii. Ill f'asi, I.a Salic,
Mendora, Fiff pii t, a I 'it iiUi'pip, and
all p.itu.s hi ill lift', Mi. ourii
Miun-.i'tii, '.consul an I
loai. An I "ltd
Lines running l'nt nnd West Cor
St. Louis "pfngfleM, t,nilrlllc,
Cincinnati, Inoyauapolis, diliinihii.
AnJ at Chicago wi'h Mlehtam Ccmrat, Michigan
boiilheru, an 1 1'itt.burg. I'nrt Wayne
and ! ucngo Uallfim'ts lor
Detroit, L,FieUtil, I inUirk.
Albany, ll.iMu, Phil .dflihla,
Maura Falls, Erie, lliittil'i,
New Turk, I'lllsuurg, II iltliimn-,
Washington.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
...?'or.,nrouKn lek'ta and Information, apply to
initio . ruiii,.i trail.... .i iu...i 1 " '
W. P. JOHNSON,
i toiivcMv"'."1 ''"""a" Agent, Chicago.
J. JOIIN30N, Agent, C.ilro.
STEAM UO ATM.
mound cityTnF caTiio!" "'""
THE STEAMTUG, CACHE
Cait. "William II. Sandusky.
Witt Kilt
"FOUR TRIPS KVKRY DAY
sunns
CAIEO .A-nsnD CITY
Leave Cairo,
loot or aiouiu tiattT.
At 7 a.m.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At S P.M.
Leave Md City,
nAarBOAT,
At
,...30 A.M.
11.30 a.m.
,.. 2.30 P.M.
...0;30 P.M.
At
At
At....
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
AT Til r.
JlOX FACTORY, HAWF.'H I.ANIHMI, K Y
MOUTH OF CACHE, MARINE WAYS,
AND NAVY YABI).
CAIRO AND PADUCAI1
PACKET. .
DAILY
The bountiful and llght-ilniugm
steann-r.
JAMKS FISK, JR.,
Iwurr ParMti ...MoIit,
LEAVES OA I UO DAILY,
AT A O'CLIK'k, I'.H, ;
LEAVES PADUCAH DAILV,
AT 0 u'cLIITIi, A.M.
K-Hring auperlor acoommodatinn- Khf no
Irita public paironaite.
""I'artloular attention i paidlorol eclion ct
luivivrviiniKr,, UUI Ilie UOai Will nOl Hi rIOIl
I ible for the turn until collected.
"IITATCII FIIEE.aod f.W a day ure
nu hum-
it uuK Auurea nun siam
J itiaburg, r.
HIT A ;,
IIHIn
3 AAfl HOOK AQK.NTS WANTKt..-lligbo.t
jWlU Cominiaslon t,000 in premium, rlnb
cuibiutlonor dlacount. A New l'luii, einulari
I.ee. Addreaa M. Lafayette Jlyrn, hu fdar
S'reet, New York. jjinwlt
st. Louis
IoA.W SCHOOL.
fpilt regular annual term c
JL wdnpn on Wrdneiday,
Full cour.e, two term. ix n
I of thia Law H'bool
October 111 h. U7I.
montlili. e.rli. Mil.
4i-uta ailmitted to the seuior elaa on examination
by application on or before October lib, 1x71.
Tuition fee, !) Ul per annum. For partictilara
sa'drena
O. STEWABT,
AciinK Dan of Law Faculty,
2(C5 NORTH 3rd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
REWARD. 930.
The underalgned will pay FIFTY lnil.LAHH
I'.waiiii lor tlie return in ni'n m raw hi ui
11 udder's Tools, or either of the tool., atnleu
i .m Heed A Mauu'a foundry between r-'uiily
Teniiig liml at o o ciiKann aionuay inorinnit,
Ji.lv 3 1. The tools were tiianufai'liireil by f. M
K 'ik, xnil bear Uieir imprint, anil were marked
, li thn initial -J.. f.li. Ill HI.,
nl Iid A Mann's r'ouiKlr) .
rdro, Ilia. , July C, 1671. 7dlw
ICK CMKA9I NAI.Ot..
LOUIS NASSANO S
ICE CREAM SALOON,
COMMEHCIAL AVKNUK,
fH Nevciilnlli mill i:ii:liliii(li
Kirceia.
M IK SALOON has tieen haii,lniielt llllel it
I iitt will aiwaya aiippiy lite u el
I Creain, i ,
C'akea, , ,
Confectoiiis,
Lemonade,
t i ; and .vda,
In be found aoyahf re In llmeily.
FAMILIES Oil PAltTIES SUPPLIED
ON SHORT NOTICE.
osr.be p.tionagter ii.. public li reew-elfully
0 'elleit.
WATtUMAKIH.
PRACTICAL WATCHMA K KR.
. II. UOVV'W
NO. HO WASHINGTON AVKNI'E
i uxn, 1 1, 1. 1 y o i h ,
II aa oo hand
A FINK STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWEi.ItY, ETC.
Dr.ieilar aiu-m on glren lo
BKPA1KINO PINK WATCHES.
TI.e larg at (' k of
V,QIA AND SILVKJt WA'T(.'H ES
l mi in .
BOOKr, piiu l.lela, le), catalOKiien, news.
.lr. tx il.t, aJi'J r r;jttyjf ulen
r to pr tttinx eouuactw for. and pf. tnyiy and
-iil xcutd, la the flulletlti looki Jol
h-wiii and btadlajr ralabliahmenl
Tllr. a$
AIUtlVK. CI.OSK.
aia,m. Srrn
2iW p.tu. lV;00 p.m.
Nortli Ihrdugn..
'. I Way,,.,
Houthl Wayr,liir, C....inj JCTlOllW p.m
. " T..WViO.MHn. ' -'- - -
, 'tilJand Cililiiiblis 2 Mt p.m. 4;Wptn,
Olilo Jtitcr route, (except
Jlijn.iayl 6;)p.in, COO p.m
Iron Mil .main K t ,! 11.(0 J. tn
Mi-i. It r roiite, Ti ndaj
niKl Frila) CM p.m. 7:00 p.m
TJiefc'i, tluopo lilatid & fanta
re. lll , Tlurad.iv A i-ri-
day j. ,.r.(p.tn. 7:iWa.m,
MkjI'hI.I, lilnndnl.o -bjiI
l.otelace, Ky U;Wa.m. 4.00p.m
orncr.Tii!fa, -
(leneril Delitery . 7i50i.m. "a
(Hunda)a toll a.m.) " '
Money Ofl-r depnatmcnt a.m. COO
IteglMer " " " 8:no a.m. b.W p.m
Money Older and lleglalcr depnrliuenls not
open on Sunday. '
SECKETOUDEHS.
Cklan OmMAXtirar, No I.I. Stato.l Aaem!ily
nl th'n A.jlurn M.nni) Itall, flr.tainl IhinlHn..
urdar Inench month.
Cairo Chimii, No. 21, fegular Convocational
Ala'onis Hall, the second Friday In each month.
Cai'bh CiMPtru, No. 71 tegular Cont6cat(on
at .M0ini! Hull, on the third I'ucaday of cery
nii'lilh. . 4
Oaiku Imor, No. 2.1 r. A A. M llegular Coin,
muiilealioiia at M.nnnlo Hall, tho arcoml and
futirih lnnitflTa ol earh month.
Iiiiia 1imir, ,o,t.H E. 1 A. M. Regular Com
mtliilratlom at Manonlo Hall .1rl n. third
I'hurad.iy a III each nientli
TIIK'ODD-KKI.I.OWS,
AiciiMirn Iinor, 211. Mpeta In O.ld lVllow'e
Hull. In Art r' IlililJIng, every Thursday ten.
lug, at dn'clojk
DISSOLUTION NOT1CK.
Trie tiArtnemliln beretnloro nxlatlntt between'
l'.Miiblmonn nn 1 M.vifkc, uniierthe firm nunc
nl Stihlmni A Hlcilte, la thin day lilatnlved by
mutual eonent, Tho bualno's will lie continued
id the old atmil by M. Slefke, lio la autnoilted
o acme an uic nccounn oi ino mie nrm,
P. Stoiilhax.
M SlEIKC.
THE BULLETIN,
lMihllslil vycry moriiliiKt Mondny ox-
CITY NEWS.
BREVITIES.
Cooler tho wcntlier.
Cnpt. Hnllidny is out of tlio city on
railroad business. '
Mr. J. It. Johnson, of Villa JMuVe, hat
ngiiin luid us under obligations for a box
of splendid pcitclius.
Tlie "Fron Uenevolent Hons of Amer
ica, ' a colored organization propoio to
cejobrato August 4th ut tho Flora Gnrdcn.
If you tYunt a pninloss, delightful
shave, go to Alba's His razors and work
men nro tho best in tho city. tf
Cupt. McVhectcra' peach orchard at
Sanla Fc, In this county, Is seriously in
jured and broken down liy nu over crop
of peaches.
Wauled, a good whito girl to do gen
uial housework for a family of II vo persons
Vage $3.00 per week. Apply to Mrs
ood Itittenhousu, No 70, on 8 th-struet
All job work donu at Tun IIui.lkti.v
olllco gunrniitecil to glvo satisfiiction or it
nopil tint bo taken. I'riein m low as tlio
loweM, mid tin. work in good its tlio best
Orders bv mail solicited.
OjJftby U no longer a cindidatu for
congressiiiiiii-at-lurgi', or pretends not to
bu. Again wo insin Hint Mtitin, ol this
city, is tho ociiiing mini in tho republican
parly of Illinois.
Tills morning liev.Jno. Friend, at tho
ChrMiun church, will prrnch nn thn subject
ol ''Church (loverninerit,'' nml in tho even-
iiff ho will fa.- iib.nit. 'Thia .Soot Kverv
wliurc Spoken Against."
Ill n privatu note to Thk ill i.i.ictix,
Jowelt Wiicox asks thi conundrum.
"When was iper money lirat introduced
into tho urk?" When tlio dovo brought
the first grrtu hael. to Noah. Not original,
hut good.
Over Slo.tKM) worth nV looU und
Bhoes, ut iniitiufacturur's prices, for thirty
duya, at Klliott, Hiivthorn .Ss Co, s. Goods
by Uiocaee or alngln pair, fnrcnth, at cash
prk'CJ, at MO Commercial avenue.
jv'idlw
.
Tlio Vienna .rieri; speaks of tho
"tarnal uuNsudiit'44 of tho Cairo ring" of
ngwspapers. Tho condueIjf tho Sun its
rucklfctsness and utter diaregnrd of policy
its absolute: ruslinex. ha- brought upon
us thi ''rt'priiiiiili i
Tho .Mi'lruplis Tiinrt b.iait that Cairo
c.Uiiiot furnili iniiiiiifai'tiiriiri. who can
"bust' fur 5 1. If). 00,. and Una Metrnpolia
can. ('tiro busiiio.i. iiK'n'dri 'nut beooiiiu
insolventi-iltMii. Thuy unliUo the
Metropolis bii.iiiii. nn. ii I,, iih n-pect.
A hunting ui l n. nln.iiii ilm city
lut ilight lorn uih1ms luiii.; til tho c.nin
try. Wliut will iiih iiiini-ii'ts say .' Hunt,
ing, on .Siuidiit, i- niiil'iil, :tinl, mn great
ri'l!'4ion journal, wn an t'uiii)iilled to
railo our vuieo in uurning against tin)
aniU'enifiil. It won't do.
Tho peftifuriiut liug. ut the city are
growing in liuinbor. Theie urn now four
hundred now running m large. Each
of these will produce two litters a year
avoraging II vo pigs lo each litter ten per
annum,' making a total ol -1,000 new hogs,
uliicli, by tho. beginning of 1873 will bo
increased to at least four ml, lions. Dm wu
mutt Jiiiusij in our calculation. Tho llg
urcJrippa'l u.,
Wo havo secured, as an ornnuiont for
ouV.ulii'tVtlio skull of the skeleton found
in tho cellar of Mr. Myers' saloon, ( It is
quite tin uttructlon, nrid (ivory Instant sug
gests to us the und of man, Wohavo found it
to bo quite an incflntlyjj Preformation, and
p op.,.., t send it to tho PutanU J'alrlut
ta n, In tho bupo that it may toaoh tho
b iy of that concern tlio, wicketloCMi of
of youthful anger and thn sinfulness of
continually Indulging in faUoliootls and
abiiM) of Tin: JIi'i.i.ktin..
-Tho .lonei.boro (laxtttr says "The city
council of Cairo liavo recommended tlio
nppotntmfhtof dipt, W. P. ilulJIdav, bv
tlio governor, as ono of tlio directors of
thu f'liiiiiiind St. Louis rallroud. As soon
an theiiiplt il stock Is subscribed by a
county tho governor lias tho right to up
poli.i i he director tu represent tho stock
from each county aubsoiblng, Capt.
Hnlli lay is onu of tin, mott enterprising
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
cltirnns of Cairo, ami an indcmigaoie
worker.''
Tho Decatur Magnet ay: " Thk
Hdli.etin exnllingly observes that " Cai
ro is tho' finest watering placo on tho
continent. Very true. Thcro is so
much wa'cr thcro that half of tho houses
Und on t!lt." The olujoko ngain.
Thcro is no placo on the Mlfsissippi river
that'Buffqrt at littlo Inconv.nienco from
high watoMts Cairo. When other cities
arc being swept by tho raging wttu,
Cairo seated behind hor splendid loveci,
tho best in tho world, feels perfectly e-
curo and ia not In the least discommoded
by the floods thai wocp by her wharves
-VThat pestiferous littlo sheet, the Pu
laski Patriot, declares that tho Delta basu
ball club of this city dofeatod tho Pastimes
of Mound City by procuring tlio services
of a biased umpire. Tho Deltas aro aboo
such meanness. Tho umpire, nil kno
who saw tho game, leaned decidedly to
the sldo of tho Pastimes. Tho truth Is,
tho Pastimes can't play base ball. They
haven't learned Iho gatno yet, and will bo
compelled to practice it many days before
they become passably skillful. Their bad
playing is tho secret of their defeat. Tho
Dolta boy do not know a great deal about
tho game, but thoy do know enough to
boat tho Pastimes.
Mr. Houton, of tho Jonesboro Oasette
called upon us yesterday with tho good
news that, on Friday night tho city coun
cil of .Toncsborc; had ordered that fiO.OOO
bonds should bo issued to tho Cairo and St.
Louis railroad company,and that yesterday
the county court of Union county provid
ed for issuing 100,000 bonds to tho same
company. Doth tho city and county
agreed to placo tho, bonds in escrow, and
nppoiutcd Mr. John E. Naill trustee. The
council and court also recommended
Judge M. C. Crawford to the governor for
a placo on tho board of directors. Dully
for Jonesboro and Union county. And,
now, if Hon. Wm. M.Morrison shall do his
duty in tho upper counties, all will bo
well, and the road will bo finished within
eighteen months". The success of tho en-
terpriso lies in-Mr. Moirison's hands.
Tho gas company proposo to rcduco
the prico of gas to tho city ono dollar per
month on each post, a total ol sixty-five
dollars each month. Tho bourd of alder
men dillydally with tho proposition, and
proposo to try an experiment witboil at
three dollars per month to each post, tho
clty,atlts uwnoxpenso, to change caoh uf
tho lamps from gas burners to lluid hum
ors. On this proposition the council will
probably wranglo three or four months,
thus taking each inontii sixty. five dollars
frorhtim city's pocket and patting ft into
thepocket of tho gas company. Of course,
tho gas company don't cara how long tho
light goes on. It would bo delighted to
havotho council wranglo for a year, provi
ded tho wranglo should, us it now 'docs,
put into tho company's pocket sixty-live
dollars per month.
Mr. Wilson U anxious to light tho
city with' a potent bufning; fluid, nnd of
furs to do so for $3 per post, tto city to
pjt tlio posts in order for his lamps. Tho
gas company propo-o to furnish gas for
f3 liO per post, keep the lamps in ropalr,
and light nnd extinguish tho gas. Now
whloli proposition should bp" nocepted ?
o unhesitatingly assert, the gas com
piny'i". (iHi has become a necessity in
Cairo. Our merchants and citizens gene
rally could not get along without the light
it furnishes to them. It may bo said, we
got along without it beforo tho gas works
wcro built. It Is ats-i true that wdutcH to
get along with tallow dip?', and yet there
is no person who would-forego-pll-for tal-
lowjandgns fs nsmuchsiipotioi'toollas oil It
to tallow. Every small town in tho coun
try now" Uses gas, and it will not do to
have Cairo go back to oil. If it could bo
shown that tho gas company proposed- to
j charge an exorbitant price, then thcro
might bo some reason to abandon gas ; but
since thoy havo rnadu a.proppsltiou t,ro-
sonauio as cuuiu, uu uuairuj, vnu i-uunuu
should loso no timo In accepting it.
,OUK ItAII.IlOAD lNTEHKHT
Tho present
cneournging evidences of railroad pros
perlty should inducu ovcry citizen of Cairo
to patronlzo r red. Thcobold, who lias re
turned to tho city and taken charguiof his
popular tonsorlal palace, on Sixth street,
between Ohio loveo and Commercial uv
enuu. Fred, is .a master in his business,
witli n reputation that extends far and
witle. He employs only (he tnott'. skillful
workmen. His razors am sharp, his tow
els frosh and sweet, and his barber-shop as
oleaii and bright ns a new' pin. (livol'red1
a t;ull, all for thu suku uf ituld lang',syiie'.,
A singlo trial v. ill conviiico tho mos
skepliel bf lint tdlitauoy of HELM
HOLDS OKA PE PI LLS in sick or nerv
niih linatlaulie, jaiindlci', indigestion, con
hlinitiiiii, (lyepupia, bllliousnoss, livt'r
ciiiiiplaiiiti, guiieral dubiity,,etc. No fmu
fea, no griping pain, but mild, .pluasant
and sufit in operation. Children tako them
witli impunity. Thoy nro thu best nnd
mo,t reliable. HELM HOLD'S EX
T It ACT SARSAPARI LLA crcatoi new,
froih and healthy blood, benutides the
complexion, and imparts a youthful ap
pearance, disponing pimples, blotches,
iiintli patches and all eruptions of tho
akin, i -,
Remaiii.e and Safe. Dr., Henry
Root and Plant Pills aro mild and please'
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, they rtn bu Uken with
out regard to die.t or nuainW4, They
amuse tho liver and j-nrotivts organs into
IlirtUhy action, thro'vin-jr oil' diaoase with
out exhausting or rlAhllUatlnuc tho yatem
Try tficni und yen' will Uu .Atbtfled
Prii'e'.'B cents a h.t,. tM.ty driljfjisU
nnd dealers in morlh'lno tivary.tfhere
Prepared by the G-afun :tfodlQino Co, Ht
LouIb, Mo, myMm
WEibS Dekii. Chrloy Sehonemayer,
nt tho Egyptian saloon, u in eonatant re-
(loiptofti full supply of the , purest and
freshest WcUs Doer a beverage lit for a
lord; jxhilinriting without Intoxlratlng,
copl nnd delicious just tho drink to light
tho dog-days with. Resides Weiss Renr,
which ho makes u specialty, ho has also
On hand an oxcclleut stock of wine", lj.
quora aim cigars, v-uu on null.
Kindi.inu, f)00 "glass boxes" for sale
nt 0 cents each. W. W. Thounton.
jo2ltl.
'.UOAHlT.OFAlDEUMEJC'i '
Ailiourne'l riegnlar Meeting pLthe Board of Al'
ueriocn.
Covaoit CnAMBSn,
CAlia, 111., July 11,11)71.
Present Aldortno Cunningham, ltnr-
den, Sense. Strulton, Swayne, Wnldor and
Winter 7. Abecnt Aldormon Jludor,
Carrol! Fitzgerald, Klcb and Metcalf 5.
OKIHNANCES.
Upon its second reading In this Doard:
"An ordinance to at lion- i a subscription
of 1100,000 to thoUntro and St. Louis Rail
road Company." Said ordinance having
been read, Alderman Cunningham moved
to adopt; Carried as follows :
AyesCunnlngbatn, P.carden, Sfiase,
Stratum, Swaync, Waldcr and Winter 7t
Naj-0. '
llnon its second reading In this Doard?
An ordinance entitled "An ordinanco to'
authorize tlio subscription of $100,000 to
the Cairo and Vlncfnr.cs Railroad Com
pany, nnd for other purposts." Said ordl
nanco having had its second reading, Al
derman Cunningham moved to adopt.
Carried by the following vote'
Ayes punninghatn, Ucardeti, Soaso
Stratton, Swaync, Waldcr and Winter 7.
Nay 0.
On motion of Alderman Winter It was
rcsotvod that tho reading of other ordi
nance nwniting action lo deferred until
tho next regular meeting hereof.
Hpua.
iVldertnan Cunningham offered and
tneved tho adoption of the following res
olution which was adoj t)d, vl.:
Jlciolvtd, That tho City Marshal bo or
dered to give three day's public notice in
the Ciiro Dui.lktin that tho ordinance in
reL'iird to hoes runninc at larco will be
enforced after the expiration of snid no
tice.
On motion of Alderman Winter tho
Doard aajouwed.
M. J. Uowlky, City Clerk.
Ai'ocsT KouitTiL Tho Free Dcnev
olcnt Sons of America, will turn out on
August tho 4th, at Flora Cnirden. All aro
cordially invited to attend. Tho speak
ers will be: Messrs. J. Oladncy, J. J.
Dird, O. W. Ellis and others. Admittance:
Adults, 25 cents i Children, 10 cents. -By
order of the committee.
, NOKMAN W. WlMC,
HAlTii "Martin,
dw Wm. FlkknoY.
Asskinkk's Sale. Tho further sale of
thestpok of hardware and agricultural Im
plomeiitf of William M. Davidson is de
ferred until nine o'clock Thursday morn
hf.', Juiy 27th, at which timo the sain will
bo resumnd and the entire stock closed
out. George Fisiikr, Assignee.
July 22, 1871. jy23-4t.
St. Nicholas. Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
week. Tho houso is at the conier of Ohio
levee and Eighth street, n central location,
and is proprlctorcd by tHariy Walker,
who is alive to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at the office
may3dtf
Testimony. Thousands of mothers aro
constantly speaking in exalted terms of
commendation of tho magical efl'ects of
Mrs, Whitcomb's Syrup for soothing in
fants teething, jylOd&w).
CANS I CANS'! f CANS ill
Fivo hundred do.on No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS at the new-york stokk, nt 11.00
por .dozen. Largest wholesale and rctnil
stock in tho city.
UKUELKY K 1 ATIKR.
tMakriaok Guide.- Interesting work,
numerous engravingB, 234 pages, rnee
B0 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dlspensnry,
No. 12 North Eighth Streot, SL Louis,
Mo. Sco Advertisement.
Twenty 'Dollars Reward Will ho
paid for any information bearing on, the
identification of the old saddle left at tho
houso of Wm. Kendall on the morning of
the 9th Inst. ' Alex. II IhVin, Sheriff,
dlw
jKeep tiooL. Kelrigerators,,ico chests
wntcr coolers, I XTj Tee' cream freezer's
: bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., at
DEERWAUVr; OIITH & CO.'S, ' I
myl8tf 130 Com. Avo.
Come to Stay. Robert Koid has per
manently established a coal yard at Cbt-
toijwoou rotnt, jio., ror tho purposa or
..r...i..i . . 1 . ... . - t'-
Bii,ipiyn!gsicamooais Willi coal. A0WS at
till times, day or night.
Jeftf C.S. HuTcuiNBoy, Agent.
nt 1 -
liJVERNEWS.
PORT LIST.
ARRIVALS,
Steamer Edtlyville, Louisville.
" John Luiiisilen, Evansvilla.
Tobu Hurl, Hickman.
' Illinois, Columbus,
" Jas. Fisk. Jr., Paducah.
". City of Cliester, Memphis.
DEPARTED.
Steamer Eddyvillo, Louisville.
" John Lumsden, Evansvllle.
Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk. Jr., Paducah.
" City of Cliester, St. Louis.
Sinco last report tho Ohio has rl&en
about six inchsj, but will probably bo fall-
.Ing by noxt roport, as it is falling from
Cincinnati to Evansville.
Tho Mississippi and Cumberland aro
still falling.
Jas. Howard & Co., of JolTersonville,
aro building for the bt. Louis nnd Mem
phis packet company a new stetmer to be
tho " City of Helena." She will bo of tho
follpwjpg dlraonslons; 270 long, 42 feet
beam. '8 foot hold, .with 20 inch, cylinder,
i leut stroke. Bile is bclug built on the
stylo of tho Grand Tower, City of Vioks-
burg and City or Chester, and when com
pleted is expected to surpass them nil in
point of speed arid olognnco. She will bo
launched In about ton days and will be
completed in September.
Tlio Eddy villa has ubig trip for South
ern ports and a fow lojs for thjs placo.
Thu JqliN Lumsden has n good trip
which consists of fi dots chairs, 1 dox tablet
and 83 bags of oats for Memphis, and has
for Now Orlunns 220 bbls of whisky, 151
bags meal 207 bbls llour'and 460 bags of
corn. i ' ,
Tho Fiik has Cl'lihdj. tobacco for Now
Orleans, 2!) box handles for Memphis, nnd
JULY 23, 1871.
lo Wis. Iron for St. Louis'; "has for Cairo 1
co p chlckons, 1 box oggs and 12 boxes
peaches.
Tho City of Chottor discharged. for .Chi.
cago per Illinois Central railroad, 20 bbls.
onions, and for Ncw-iork, CO bales cotton.
Well. Drown, tho "coal king,'' is having
anollior towboat built of tho following di
mensions: Tho hull measures 200 foot In
length, 34 feet beam, nnd S feet 10 inches
depth of bold. The cngino will bo sup
plied with 0 bollorc, 38 feet long nnd 40
inches in dlamotor; cylinder 26 inches,
and 0 feet stroke. '
Tne Dictator did nut dopart as reported,
but li still here and patching boilers. '
T,he steamer Mcrdlneu laying Jal iho
bank at tho mouth of Wolf river nnd was
nearly swamped by a land slide the other
day, and it created a great commotion
among tho vessels Jylng near.
BY TELEGRAPH., ,
St. i Louin, July 22 'Arrived, Andy
Jobnion and Mollis McPike; KeQkak,'
City Pckin, Peoria ; Lady U, lied titer,
Departed-City of Cairo, Vlckiburgf
Capital City, Kansas City City of Quincy,
Now Orleans; Andy Johnson,' and Mob
ile McPike, Keokuk.
Louisvill, July 22 Thirty inceh over
tho chute; seven feet on Portlsnd bar.
Arrived Ada Hellmam, Cairo.
Dopartcd Ada Hellman ond Comolia,
Cairo.
Clear and pleasant Dullness dull.
MKMi'Hi.a, Jnly 22 Glearnnd pleasant,
Tho river is at a stand.
Up Emma Floyd, Richmond, Grand
Tower.
Down Doxtcr, T. H. Allen. ,
New O iilkaxp, July 22. Arrived Bis
marck, St. Louis. .
Vicicsncno, July 24. Down Atlan
tic and barges. ,,
Up .Ins. Howard
River fnlling. Weather warm nnd
pleasant.
EvA!viLt.K, Inc., July 22. cnthor
fine; river about stationary.
Up V. Cowan, 2 a.m.; Fayotte, 8 a.m.;
Floronco Lee, 10:30 a.m.; Palestine, 11 a.'m
J. Digley, 11 a.m.
Down It. O.Grey, 8 a.m.; Mary Ament,
2 p.m. Business active.
Cincinnati, July 22. River 8 feet and
falling. Weather clear, pleasant and
cool.
COAL.
"CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPA3STY.
Ia 'prepared to supply ciliUrhera wlththe best
quality of
PITTSBURG AIW ILLINOIS
OUIlEltS left at llalllday Hros. office, 70 OHIO
I.RVKK. or nt the f.'nal Yard below the ft.
Cnarles Hold, will rAcelte prompt attention.
THK TIN! "aiON-TAlIK'rwill Iinnc6al along
side steamers at anv hour. oc25lf
LAMP. -
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOR THE HOMELES8
' ONLY $1.20 MR ACRK
FOR ACTUATES RTTLRRS.
r. ',
" taxi Tax caes or th
LEAVENWORTH, LAWnKNCE AND, OAI.VES-
TON R. It. LINK
From Lawrence and Kansas City and visit the cel
ebrated Osage country,
i The Garden SroT or Kansas,..
anr20w3m
DR. RATTINGER'S
FAMILY MEDICINES.
TBiMMASx;
Dr. lltllngcr, Hola proprietor and manulactnrcr
1410 SOUTH 7TH-ST.,
HT. LOIIt), NlaiStUVKI.
DR. RATTINGER'S FEVER DROPS
Are the champion medicine' for the curs ol Fever
add ASo,- Dumb A cue and all other kinds of
malarial fevers, They are purely vegetable cure
quickly and permanently.. .No person need save
obtained. Price por bottle, fl.SS, Ask tof Dr.
ItattUiger'e Fever Drops, . 5 . x ti
DR. RATTINGER'S VEGETABLE
LlVEIi PILLS
Am excellent in all eases of coatlvene as, bilious
nest and Impurity of the blood, they contain
neither calomel nor any other mercurial prepara
tions i act quickly aod produce no, Cipinf.
Price per box Wcenta. 'Atk' for Di. lUtTlnger't
VeKetable Liver Pillt.
DR. RATTINGER'S DIARRHOEA
AND DIS9ENTERY POWDERS.
'Are a pleasant, quick and aife remedy for all
Kinds otuiarrnorsKuii uiiii r V Viri .
Price per box M rents, Ask for Dr. Rat
linger' Diarrhoea and Dltpepaia Powders.
DRI RATTINGER'S TONIC HERBS
ANJD3 ROOTS,
Make' superior atotnach bllteraj very ineful as
a preventive against malarial fevers anil especial.
Iv an a tonic in cases of general debility. Price
ner nackaie, 2,'irents. Ask lor Kaitinger's lliirbs.
Forsalebyallllral.claal drtigglste rnddealora
In medicine. tygo.llf
JOB PRINTING.
The undersigned, proprietors Qf the Dtiu and
WrxKtt ni'UCfk' have JrtStVepe red an assort
mentot the latest siylrs of Job Printing tvpes,
and hare now one of tlie most complete Job ofticcs
In the South and West. They (latter themselves
that they poatesa luolllllos for turning out
promptly, in the best at)lo o the Art, all work
entrusted to them, from the smallest card or
label to1 the mammoth poster, and at prices
which' It avo with our busiuea men no good ex
ensefor aeudbg their woik to St. Louis, Cincin
nati or Chicago, JNO, II. IIIIKUI.Y A CO
MVf ADVERTISEMENTS.
OR1S1KA.NCE NO. 120.
A OO0tiVhnr:nAt?.;,ilhf.ri,,'. Ub"rlpllon ol f lool
tZl 0 lndC,, and Bt. Lotus nail (toad Com
ihoc1iUTf'ri'f'c,0Jutlonof,neC't7 CvancW of
trn,,,ef.??Lr.0.'.a.d"ri'.1-.?n MarcS 27, if.li
llOlllfl Ilftll llnn.l llnmn.H. I
Wh4rcas. an election ta t.nl.l In t,n.
auch r aolutlon ni Uic le turns of the aamo woto
Uld beloto the C tr Council at . -,.,l..i .. .
Jl!1'.' " MJf 3rd lM '"m which It appeared
that C73 rotes wero cast In faror ol said auoaenp.
tlon and49 aga tit lt, and thereon the City tkuii.
ell declared aald election carried In faoi of said
nuhaprlptlon, and Instructed the ordinance com
mitten to prepare and submit to aald council (ho
necestary ordinance to carry the rcult of s.ild
election into met ; and
Whereas, a provisional contract has been en.
lernd Into between the aald Cairo ana 8t. Losla
Itilroid OomnanV and rtknoniilJu u,k...i...
lor IhceonitruolKin of aald road, baaed upon tlio
rubacrtptfon heretofore atilhorized toli tna'le to
tha' capital atockof aald company by countlea
Clllea tnd towna alon (lis liaaiof aald road !
tbarefore for the purpoaei of (iTlnc etttrt 16 the
expressed wish of the electors and tax-patera o.
the city, aj i ot replied,
oo ii oriniiaeuoy me. viiy vouncil ot llio.cily of
MIcrloKl. That the Mavor of ths cltv I.. ...l
ha hereby la au horlwlaa.l Instructed, to sub
serve on bchallol the city of Cairo, bi Iho capital
atotkot the Cairo and Ht. 7,onl Kallroad Coin-
in in sum ot one rninnrnu in unand dullara
llbncrlbllnn lo tie ualable as lielrf-iiA-
protldodlort that bonds of Iho city shall be Is
rued in p.yinent of .aid subAcrfotinti lo Iho
amount of ninety-fife tbousnnd dollars, In audi
umsM aald company inaydeslgnate,! id bonds to
bear Interest at tho late of eight per cent, per an
num, and to b patablo In twenty years from
dale thereof, and that tho Mayor of theCH), City
Clara and City Comptroller be, and Iherarw here'
'.y anttitiriieil and instructed to aignand Afllx the
seal 01 the city to the same, and lo ilcllTer the
same to a trustee or irustets to oo appointed by
the Mayor and City Council lo be held by said
tiusl.e or trustees In escro, and lo l delirered
to tain Cal o and fct Louia llaiiron't Company
tinon tht'folluwinic conditions. 'Yit I thai Itn. tract
oi said load shall enter Alexander county at iu
northern Hind, upon tho line iLtiding it fiom
union cotiniy ami suau imciirrie.i tin tno most
5 ible route louuviatees atirrniailiiig the city
Iro, and
That tha work ahull bo commenced andnro.
ruled from tha rlly of Cairo by tho flrat day of
NoTember.1171, and the road-bad shall b com
plaleu to tne county line ot union county by in
tli.t.liY of Jul 1872. Piorlded howerer. thai th
bondi of tho city af Cairo shall h paid to the aald
pal I rrA' I Comraoy on VJiercmpleuonoreaeh Hte.'
mil, nt the rna.1 1ed cttinmejicinj at Calm, ai.t
amount to be paid pro rdjasllifi aniountdone is
in proportion to the whole xorlt to b (luce nn thn
rOHd tied In said Alexander county said amount
to bs ascertained by a anrtey hnd an or Invito of
tR coin ot tne wnoie wora in sain cnnniy.
Provided, ihst Inter stahtllnot begin lo run
upon any of thewiul tiomla until in eoinptoy
shall have heroine entitled to rtcc.ia Iho said
liondl. And ptor ded rurtlierthatln nneane shall
there be Issued to salil railroad company a greater
amount in the bonds nt the uilv than tifty por
centum ot tne cost i i rah of any fire miles at
of rml'l road lied, na shown by tha certified
misaarrmsntaof the engineer, of anlj railroad,
until aald railroad shall liarn lieen oiroplited,
and that any surplus of Mid bonds not de.irerci
under thia prorWan shall be drlivere.1 to the
arid railroad compujy when the track therenl is
completed and tb cara run thereon irom (,'alr
to Bt. Iuls..
Approred July 22nd, 1071.
. J H.1 M" LHN8PEN, Mayor.
Attat:M.J.HOWLKY. CityClerk. i
ORDINANCE. NO. 119.
In artlitiAnpf! to
ulhonto the subscription of
1100,000 to tho Cairo nd VIncennr?B
airo and incennea ill lroad
company, anil lor oiner purposes
Whereas, br an aiiecmenl entered intohalween
tho Cairo and Vincennes Railroad Company aod
Ike city of Cairo, and approved by the I ity poun
cil November IKb, ls7, it is provided that the
stock amounting tof loo.wxi be issued by Ike Cairo
west siuivujuiius; .v s.w.vw it i.iuru liy ipv uairo
and Vincennes railroad company to the citr for
ana vinccnnca rauroaa company to me (ity tor
tha subscription of that amount should be sold by
the city to ihe said company, upon rejtsin con-
aniooa aa nxprcsisu in aaiu cooiraci ana
Whereat.' It Is nnderatood that aald comnanr
ort.willlni; to extnd-the time for the Issue of
said winds anu me commencement of the pay -
Be ii oraainea ivy tne city conncll of the city
ot Cairo:
Section 1. That the. Mayor ol the city tie. and
he is Hereby authorised and Instructed to sub
scribe on behair or the City or Cairo, to the Capi
tal stock of tke Cairo and Vineeaom railroad
company In the sum of one hundred thntuond
dollara. said aiibscriDtloa to Imi oavablo in bund.
oltheeityashrrclnaitcrprorld.il lor; that thn
Mayor, City Clerk, ami City Oomptrnller he, and
they are hereby aiUhorite.! and instructed to hare
f.repared and to alun and seal bonus ot thecilr
a the amount of one bundled thousand dollars.
to bo issued to aald railroad company, said tonds
tobo In such aiimi as tha said company may de
aire, lo bear interr.t at tho ratoof fc per cm. pir
annum, and tobera).ible tsenty years after ih
date thereof, with coupons at taciicd lor tho par
tnent of tne.interest acml-annallj on the same;
that the Mayor is nejehy authorized ana inalru.-l-cd
to tako charge rf said liondswhen prepared,
alftaed sealed 'and ready fur ili-livery, and 1
authorized and inttruiled to deliierthnvame to
somo responsible- tanklnic, loan or trust coin
pany, In Stee or trustee, located or r-fidlnj in
the city ot Yotk or elsewhere, n miy be
xrced upon by him ami said liailmail company.
aaid bonda to bo held, by ssiU banking loan or
trust company, lrniice or trustees, in
cacro and to i.a delivered 'up lo the said
Cairo" and Vincennes railroad comimny.
when toe aald Cairo and vincennc. railroad has
been constructed, that ia lo aay has been put in
good ordinary running ordnr, from theeityof
Cairo, Illinois, to the city ol Vtncenno., Indiana,
and the cara ahall bar run thereon, and not be
fore provided, work'nn'aalil road shall be re
rumed bv or before October 1st next, .and aald
road shall be Mulshed by or befero tan lira! day
f August. IS73, and provide also that the' In. cr
est accruing on said bonds previous', to their
delivery to -aid railroad i-ompnoy, but the con.
pons for all accrued interest shall b detached
from said bondt previous to their' rfelivery'to
said raltroad Ooinp.ny and ibe returned toaald
city of Cairo, ao that tnteroet shall net be paid or
acrue to said railroad company jiefore the time
who aaid company shall be entitled' to receive
said b mds nccordiog lo tne condition htrejn ex
prfssed. , r ,
Sec. 2. It shall be. and it la herehv mid. II, .
dety of thn banking.'ioan, Irust tonipahy or
truitces, which 'shall be rhoien or' aeleetwl to
hold such bonda, aa.horelnbeforo prom.'eil, to
dellvrrupthn said bonds lo aaa railroad coiti
ptnyiipon the said company's Issiilni.' to sahl
cily, and delivering to Haul tr.i.Ko one hundred
thousand (JluuUJXXI) lioUArs-of-imm .ur.-st.Mik in
said railroail company, which s.ild stock the said
trustee is hereby authorised and direftd,to sell
to ssld railroad company for tne thousand dol
lara ($jMM) of Cairo city, bqnds S" as , Ihrretiy t"
rsrryuut the provisions of the agrleiilent' en
tcri'd into November Villi. 1M7, by and between
said city and Aisld rsilrnaiicoiiipany, tA
Apiiroved July Md,1rtt '
JOHN M. LANSDKX, .Uuvor.
Atlut: M.J.HOWLiEYtO'erk. ' '
ORDINANCE ,NO, 1 18.
Au ordinance in reference to the Police (ire.
Beit orda'ned by tho Ci. Council of, Ih'i city,
of Cairo . .. . v.
8cciioi-l. That two aiJit!oii.,pcllwonsln
Me ho nppolnu.il wIik slinlt act nv nl .1 1 1 iovml
night watchmen, nml who shall Im paid the same
salary as the other Pullce Constables.
Fir, 2, That Hie citv ahull bcdivldnd into three
police districts, Hie lil.t In rnislst of nil that
partor the city tieiowaml soiltlt (if;ighlh street;
ir
ho .ocoed lo consist of a'l that nurt ol Hie cilr
tictween Klghllinnd Klghleenth stieela ; ami Iho
third of nil thai part of the city above and north
of Eighteenth street ; each of said districts to bo
patrolled by two of tke Polico Constables In such
l .... - ..wkisi w IVMau tSJSJ vt 1 1 i w ,
Hec. 3. That section 11 ot "An ordinance to
adopt the ordinances of hi city of ?mUo aa re
vised and "codltiel" be amended by adding nfler
the word "aulhorlred," at thu end nf the sixth
line ot said section lliiwutb (",by ' li?c- Cltv Cimn-
Aiproved July 17lh. 1871.
JOHN M. LANSDEN. Mayor.
Attest, M.J. Ilowtav, City Clerki ' y2.1.110t
WHOI.tXALF. CnoCEBS.
,Jft, .SMYTH & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LEVEE,
CAIKO. IllIIf OTfsV
Also, keep constantly on handf most coin
.plete sock of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHIbKUS ,
-O I NS,-'
Port, Madcrla, Sherry nnd Catawbfl Wines,
.1
T SMYTH A CO. sell exclusively for caah, to
XV, which fact they Invite tho eapeclal atlen.
Hon ef close bargain buyers.
Special attention yteen to Filling Orders.
FOB NAI.t:
" ND'i'iEt H"7:""'"5"
The' llltho'ls Central Hail Roaif' Oomn'riy now
o.lerfor aalo tho following described lota in First
Addition to tho City of Cairo', vis t '
Lot 47 block 20, h it 21 blo:k FJ,
tf so, l 27 )' 82,
' il " Hi, " 2.1 " 8' '
' 0 i, ill " 82,
" 23 " i, i " pi 82.
For terms, etc., aprly lo JAMES JOHNSON,
rtSdlfj Agetill
em on Apr i -w,
w-f us uio ruiin rnirun oi innrltv fnr tin tint.
ii?ru. ih w,hfrTo!c,,;uo
lai aiocic nt tnn i:ai,.. .,,,1 t.
t'OMMIBSION AND FOBWAHDIIfa.
W.SIralton.
T. H!id.
STRATTON & BIRD,
ISiicccors to titration, Itudjoi A (Atk.)
WHOLESALE G-ROCEKS,
aso
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Leviio, Cairo, Illinois.
ioVAgents of American Powder l.'o., and tnsn.
Jaclnteta agenla for cotton yarn. It ill
CLOSE k VINOKNT,
GrENERAL COMaMISSIOX
MERCHANTS.
atii,
psXiDffiKs lasr limb
i Cement, Pi.AaTtn Pari.,
ano
I'IjASTERER'S hair,
rner Klarhir. Mlrrrt and OMo Ihtm
' CAIRO, ILU
DETER CUHL
KXetrsivr.
FLOUR MERCHANT
AXP
iMILLERS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
,' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Orders solicited and promptly Hhd.
u. Jy- 3
Hi M. HULEN,
GROOER andCONEECTION
'TVTEX?,CI3LA.2srT,
Noj 134 Commercinl-nve.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS..
31 ILL Kit tc DARKER,
GENERAL COMiMISSION
JC I
N(i Ml
P0RWARD1N(
ERCHANTS
AMI
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
it t i
Out; .Hay, etc. -
Sfl.Oiuo Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN II. DHILLIS,
(upcessor lo Parker & Phlllis,)
GENERAL COMIISSION
AMI
FORWA DDI NO M EROH ANT,
r
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
"Flour, Meal, Bran,
Coil TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE.
fc CA1KO, ILL.
J.' .M. IMIILLIl'S k CO.,
(Successors to K, H. Hendricke A Co.,)
Porwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS,
c-urto, h.u
l.llrsl Advancoa made upon
", 'Consignments.
Are prepared to receive, store nnd forward
freights to alt points and buy and
sell on commission.
'
riliiine9 attended to promptly.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE,
(Succeasor olAyeraACo.)
FLOUR
AMI
General Commissfon Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
WIMEX AND LlddOOa.'
W.M. II. SCHUTTEIt,
impurler and Wliolpsutle Dealer 1st
AVINES, LIQUORS,
AMI
TOBACOO & CIGAR9.
Agent fur the best brands of
"CREAJI AND STOCK ALE,
AMD
Imported Ale or Dlffrrvat KiSMlit.
75 Ohio Levee,
r.CAUtO, ILLINOIS,
( I.I
tl
F. M . 8TOCKFLETH,
secctssoa ronit a SToeVvutTM
' i i
Kecftfjrer and M'boleswle Denier s
Foreign assd Damralle
LIQUORS; WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Onio Lkvee,
IjriuNjritui lUoiK, CaIBO, ILLINOIS.
SB keeps on hand constantly a full stock
Uld Kentucky Uourbon, Rye ana Mou
Whiskies. French Brandies, Hollan
Italne rnd Callfnrna i Wines. a

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