THE MA L?
,...u.i r-'"' 'Wp.m
pnir and Cslumbnr ianrm
. 4ifJp.ni. ROOp.m
I ,nM..nUm K II a.m. UtMp-m
. liter rente, 1
-,.t (Way f" p"1
T', ., fiee.e ffltml A Hanta
f . lilt, Thursday A Kfl-
, . ... i Wip.m.
i! ,n .' l!lan.l,l:e aid
, Kr H. m.
4 c p.m
r . .M.fery....- ;iJitm.
i ,Uj t tofc a.m.)
... .n.i.r i!f.i.tfiiimt..--. WO n.lil.
w n-r (Mar end Kejit'er J' I "'""" not
u, i, oi-imiitys.
hmf table or rtiK ilu.vois ce.vtkal h. k
On oJ anri"iinily, Mi," Hill, H71, the follow-
in uiM-ub'a will gorem the mrlral and depart
urr of pwr gr lialnt nt Cairo i
VMrf-Melt IMin. dally - 11:45 p.m.
Kipie, loll " 2.i3 p.m.
i ,lry .,!, dsily 3.30a.m.
Kirrr" daily, except Humlar 3:30 p.m
Alinough tl r rtgular SI. I.ouu train In taken oil
iiolh trim out id Ca'rn trill hate through cars
h.r SI. Loins, win-h lll ln taken through from
Duqaom tj tti'ra n on the Heltevllle road. Di
rect an) cloe 'oninctlon will m made nt Du
quoin, nl ther. w II h no i'hnnge of care from
Cairo to M. The tr.tla li-aving Cairo nt
II 4" )' m. il ImIc a through ,leepmg car lor Ht.
Louis The attention of shippers l especially
cslled to the (nt that a Fruit Kxpri-r train wilt
lure Cairo daily, Saturdays expected, unci will
male the run from this city to Chicago in twenty.
tohourr. J.ki. JUHNill.V, ARcnt.
(Jl'ICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . II
St Lori, Iirivn.i.r, Cincinnati, Chi
cacmi, New Youk, Hovro.v,
POINTS KAST AND WEST.
Paenger train- arrire at and leate Cairo at fol
Aaairr .IiSii a.m niUU p.m.
Dinar, lli3 a.m 2i43 p.m.
Both tralm conncet at Centralia with train on tne
Pant, Decatur. IJIoomfngrcn, El Vfo, .a Pt'.e,
Hen lota, Kreeporf, (nlfnt, Huhiinue, ami
all point In lllinolt, Mifsoun,
Minnesota, tv'itconolii and
lows. And with
l.inet running Kat and WeM for
bt. IUI-. Hpf ncfield, I.ouliville,
Cincinnati, Imf anapolli, Columhui.
And at Cldeago with 3Iichi;an Central, .Miclnirin
Bonthem, and fitt.bnrii. Fort Wavne
and Chicago Itailroait lor
IMroit, Ueteland, Dunkirk.
JlUny, lt..U)n, I'iiiUdeiphia,
.Magra Fall., r.ne. llutlalo.
ew Totk, littfWc, Italtlmore.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
for through tlcVida and Information, apply to
illinoli Ontial liadroad Depot.
W. P. JOH.NHn.S.
. ....... ('nerl I'attenger ARi-nt, Onlengo.
J. JOII.N'&O.N, Agnnt, Cairo. ft
MOL'NlTciTY AN'i) CAIKO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. "William II. Saxhusky.
FOUH TIUl'S KVKUY DAY
CAIEO A.iT 3D jVT'JO. CITY
ifor or H4.HTH iTRi'r.T.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 p.m.
At 5 r.ix.
Lkavk Jin Citv,
.... lLiW A.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
IIOX FACTORY, HA WE S ia.NIJISO, KY.
MOUTH OF CACHE,
rATCIi FI!EE,and W a day pure, no hum.
r Ikjk Adilre.i with aUimii. i.tTTA A CO,
1 ""buiK, fa. yW.i;in,
i nnn i,ooK WA.vn:i..-rii(..h..,7
1,UUU Oommifsion ii,00 in premlumiclub
i.iibiot onordlcouDt. A New I'lnu. eiriuUr.
..7". v v". M Ufay" Hj'n, a tedar1
T'-Ai.8"'" "SP11,1" '"moflbia I.a h'thool
AiiM,?Tn,on Ho'"'ir. ct,irfr mil, is:i.
,,e, ' rT.,,l". months e,eh. mil-
" ipti ation on or befnre i), tol.er till. 1K7I.
.idre", ' "" tnn""- VT purtlculari.
U :ira fjt ST. LOUIS. .MO.
I nd will ,u, ' l-oiio-ly fute l up
. aud hi.i
N RHinvr KoTKIK
lMlACJ'ICAI, WA'ryiiM Mv'PK
NO. lio WASHINGTON
AY KN r K,
' j I I. I.J ,MIH.
Hitn ou tan J
A PINE STOCK OF WATCJIKS,
CLOCKS, JEWELP.y, ETC."'
- rr letlsr auTTilon hen io
REPAIRING FINK "WATCHES.
Tb largtat totv of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
BOOKH, paiuphlela, briefs, calaloynei,
par, tax litta, and every rami) of i-itiu
lo jinnlla eonlracted for, -and pnrnyily an I
peedlly eeuld, in the Balltdln look, Job'
rtrr.ap.r biadlae tHabllthmtul. '
SA VK TWHXTl 1'KH CENT
Hi iMiyliift your
latVuriu ' '.
I'UltXITUKK FACTOR V,
M'naliliiKloii-nv., Xonr i'ootittn llnimr.
Mertr. nLOilinIT llrslhern dealre to inform tli
Cltiifina of Cairo that they are tnanufacturim; all
PLAIN AND 1'ANCV rUJlNITTHK
And hate now on h'tod and fur rale, at
WholOMilc null Itrlull,
till klnd, anl will continue to keep nt their
sai.ks noo.M., is Tiir.tit si:v huiliiinii,
Etery ilierirdion of cheap and rnsllt lurniture,
Marble Toppwl Ilureaiu,
JT,Vardrole1 .sofa Chaim,
r"lOUni;'-, etc , ete,,
Wimii they will Karantee to sill
TWENTY PEI! CENT. LOWElt
Than they ean be lionght from any ntur dealer In
ine ciiy. line mini a rail anil eausiy your'
l'ulillslii'il 'pry innrnlni;, Momlny ex'
-Oil for the streol lump jiuugh !
A road from Cairo t Mound City
Mr. .lolin Corcoran k'.k tho ci:v Inst
niuht for Ui liomuin MIUsippl.
' IV briefly replies this morning to
tlio ln(uiric of ' Warm to know."
Tim hox and lin-kut compiiny now
work lilty men till 12 o clock every night.
E l. Sinon Hnown 'enizeu of Cilinn
1U!, JCfiitticky, und deals in frc-h ijjfj; and
Wo iruiirufltco till- !'1a. ton liir. in tl:n
best. I'arsonsDavft &VoT'
'J'wo additional politenien nro to bo
added to tlio force. TIk'v are needed, but 1
who (hull they be?
If you want painless delightful
shave, K, to Albu's Ili rawir and work
men nru llii! bei in tliii'oitv: ' tf
Our .Mound City aubtcriiier will rc-
oivn Tub Hullktis, ImrcAfter, by tho
Cache, on U i ...m. trip.
Wu regret to lcern that F. E. Alltrisrht
Esq, is lying n;riouly ill at his father'.'
Why don't tlm uinrOnl for the
owner. of uneollared do, .' H can hav
thtm nil lined if lie will.
(ioto I'arM.n D ivi, v: ,;' friut-Jar
oriuin. to. 5 and 7, Truth Hreoi.
I.etjer.t received , in the city inJicuto
tlint work will t,i coinniouct-d on the Cairo
and St. Loul railro.id witliin'H few weeks.
Ttiu old, reliable (iroovo rili" fruit
jare only $1.50 a dozen mid (.enling wax,
lor ntlit iy l'ariiti, Divii-A: Cu.-
jyJ.'diw ' '
A negro thief allot at u white man on
Ilullidny'a h'irflioitt, n Saturday night
and vnnijhcd. No idu'ii to his whereul.oiitS
cm bo obtuilied.
Kunnor luwaru! Dan Miller, nr-
reited for running without a license, was
lined So by ShnunuHy on Tuenday, and
ecnl to jail for eleven day.
Mr. Cliarle? Pumoiis, tiio non-rejiJent
trustee of the city propurty, Imi been on u
1 ''' Jyor. llu left yutterday
f"r New-York, on tho noon train.
-China. ueeiisware, cutlerv. lanim.
1 :7".. . .iw
. pricei ut Par.o,,,, !)livls a, -and
7, Tenth street. iv25d0
I "tIU"1 Anilerson 1'runl; Btnitb,
cliarued with usln 1.,i.k... i
charged with using abusive
tc., wuro fined Si", and roita
KUHlHi(.itv iiml In ,i,.r.,,,i. . (
---,' ... UV.MI, 111
up for eleven davs.
klZ?V"t u'm worth of
atHW,r ..,,; : .r the
called uponusyesterd.y.- Mr.s,!,,,
;oi, u vi.it to hi, frifclld4 , Ulib ,
will re.a,n nrobablv n 1
-It'sV.C II Foutn. i,t ii... li.... i.
, . - , v.u vuri all
cilureli uruarlii.il c . .
i. . . . "Wiiuay evening, ut
W inter-. btk o)(J tl!U, Uomo
'"tj all ye that ur wcury M)a 1
mi i win givetiieirtit'i
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1871.
Tho cRio now on trial In tlio Circuit
Court Arlck v. tbo IlllnoU Centrol -U
like linked awcolnes, long drawn
out. After its end liai been rcnobedj
court will adjourn tine die.
The county court, when it enn Fpnre
tho money, should 1111 up tho bcnutlful
court-hottso srtarc, nnd then Insist that tlio
officers having it in charge shall take pop
cr enro of it and not bo allowed to innko it
either r corn field or a cow vard.
A number of Cr' oltts vl ' od Mound
City on Sunday last. Of course they
made the trip in tho tug "Cache,'1 which
under the command of Capt. Sandusky,
Is becoming n popular institution.
"Wo cn.Il tho attention of our readers to
tho card describing Dr.Kattinger'a family
medicines. Thcso medicines are no pal
ont or quack preparations, but tho result
of special study and experiences of n regu
lnr physician- Jy2Wwlw.
Tho speeches in tho great care of
Aiick vs. the Illinois Central liallroud
Company, being tried in tho Circuit
Court, will be mado to-day. Allen and
Linegar for the plain tiff, and Itobert E
Williams, of ISIoomington, and Green for
If "Quod '.Scriptum Scrlptum," who
has an itch for scribbling, and scrlbbTn-in
the .S'kii, dares to doubt our orthodoxy ho
will do so at his peril. "Wo aro prepared
to put a "head on him;'' provided alwnys
that ho is a light weight and not ono of
your muscular religionists.
Mason's improved fruit jars with glass
tops, sold by Parsons, Davis St Co.
Tho wlfo of a dissipated man determ
ined to commltsuicido on Sunday last, and
announcing her determination, ran to
wards the Mississippi river, her neighbors
after her. She escaped from the cotton
wood grovo outside the levee and rushed
to the water's edge. Hut alio did not rush
in. After contemplating tho river for n
few moments, she turned on her heel and
returned home, declaring that, on second
thought, sbo would not drown herself for
forty men like her husband. Sensible
One thousand fruit jars, choaper than
ever, for sale by Parsons, Davis & Co.
Tho Sun professes to be surprised that
The Hullktix should raise its voico in
denunciation of tlio radical office-holders
of Southern Illinoi, who persist in abus
ing our colored fellow-citizens and depriv
ing them of their rights under tho "fif
teenth amendment." Tho S.m must un
derstand, that it cannot escape castigation
at our hands whpn It does anything in.
consistent with tho just claims of the "men
and brothers" in our midst.
Eiiitoii of thk I1ui.lkti.s-: In u re
cent issue of vour paper somo one
asks: "Are christians afraid to have
their families read the Hiblc '"
Collier, in one of his sermons, eeems to
have given a tolerably good answer
to tho spirit which seems to have asked tho
(j testion :
"The truth is, the Ilible is like a great
pasture, into which you turn all manner of
feeder. The horse takes whtA ho wants,
so does tho cow; the sheep l true to his
instinct, fo U the gout; and then lait of
all. tho nss rolls tlie thistle like a ewcet
morsel under his tongue. So, vhcre a
man s i 1 1 1 a large, sweet nature, coiiim to
tlie bible, lie crop', by su e i 'net, nil
lliu large sweet pati.aca. hopeful
man find tlio hopeful things: tho hard
man, the hard things, and every man the
things which satisfy his cravings, though
tfioy may in no way make for his pence."
Tho Eichhoir furuituce manufactory
U now in full blast, and is a credit toCairci
and entitled to a liberal patronage. The
basement U Oiled with machinery
turning lathes, etc.;, the first floor is uatd
ns u sales room, and Is full of cosily and
cheap furniture, marble-topped bureaus,
marble-topped eide boards, wardrobes,
bedsteads, chairs, kitchen safes, lounges,
etc. ; the third floor is used At a carving
room, and ' tho rarvtr is onu of tho most
experienced men in the west. Tlie Messrs.
Eichholf call attention to their large, flno
and varied stock, nnd ndvertUo to tell at
retail twenty per cent, lower than furni
t.iru can bo purchased elsewhere. Ilu-
reaus, with gWes, from $12 to $ 40; French
bedsteads, from $3 to $10; aix-Joot bed
steads, $'; zou-ivo bodsleads, $o; z.ouavo
budatoidt, (bladi wuluut), $0.50; common
four-foot bedsteads, i3.7fi; common three
foot bcditeadi, $3; circle-end bedsteads,
circle-end lounge, $2."G; inclosed
btaudii, $0; extension tables, $1.20 per foot;
cupboard aufes, i3.,'0; twelve linden safes,
$5, and everything else in proportion.
-1 liu best fruit jars in tho world for
salu ut Parsons, Davis S: Co., on Tenth
Tax Pa vtits, Takk Notick. Tlie city
tax book, fur 1871, has been placed in my
hands, und I shall at once proceed to tho
collection of tho tuxes. At tho expiration
tf thirty days tho delinquent tax-list will
be published, and tax-payers will savo
trouble to themselves and tho city by act
ing promptly on this notice.
Jon. II. Taylor, City Collector.
Cairo, .July 21, 1871.
Rkliaiii.k and Safk. Dr. Henry
Root and Plunt Pills aru mild and please
uut In their operation, yut thorough, pro-
Uuclng no nausea or griping. Ueing en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to (Hot or business. They
annuo tho liver and secretive organs Into
healthy Uction, throwing oir disease with
out exhausting or debilitating thu system
Try them and you will bo nutlsfled
Prico20 cents a box. Sold by drugglst9
and dealers in tnediclno everywhere
Prepared by thu G;ufton -Mudlolno Co., St
Louis, Mo. , . iny'Jdra
Ariii'M Focmii Tho Free Henov
olont Hons of America, will turn out ou
August the Ith, at Flora Garden. All aro
cordially Invited to attend. Thu speak-
will uo t .Mer. .1. Uliidiinv. .1. .1.
llird. f'.. W. Kills nmk nthi.n.. A.l,.,l...'. '.,
' ' - - -..Mv.Hinu.
. Adnli. or. in(n. (MilMn.i, ir. ....i. n
1 , ; 1 r f
order of thu committee.
NOUMAM W. WlMf,
aVaiii-li.vb RAi'inoAD from rr.oitiA to
t-Aiuo, via srniKoriKi.li.
A writer in tho Tcorla Democrat sug
gesta an nir.ine railroad from Peoria to
Cairo, vlu Springfield. H proposes to
have tho road built from Peoria to I'ekln;
from Pekln to Sprlngfluld, and from
ipringnoni to Uairo. Ho says: "Peoria
has n railroad to Hock Island. Then Kock
1 !iind would hnvt. a railroad to Cairo via
Pcorln, and to bt. Louis via Illllsboro,
Montgomery county. (Cross tho St. Louis
and Terro Haute railroad.) From llllls-
born, county town of Montgomery; then
to Greenville, county town of Bond coun-
tv; then to Carlisle, county town of Clin
ton county (where it would cross the Ohio
and Mississippi railroad) ; thon to-Nash-
yllle, county town of Washington county;
then to Piiiknejrville, county town $r Per
ry county; thcn lo llrownsvllle, Jackson
cminty ; then to Cairo, county town of
Alexander county. From Hock Island to
Cairo this railroad would run through
more county towns than any railroad in
Illinois. It would pass through thirteen
county townsa good many of them hav
ing no railroad at all. This railroad
would help Peoria as much as any of her
railroads, for all of Egypt's early vegeta
bles and fruit would como direct to
Springfield, Peoria and Rock Island. It
would holp Cairo greatly, for there would
bo two routes from Chicago to Cairo.
Thoy could go to Chicago via tho Peoria
and Ilurcau Vulloy railroad, and via Cen
tralia. Tnis railroad will pass through
the finest counties nf Illinois."
IU'.VTKK ACCIDENTALLY KILLED 111'
On last Friday morning, Pat Kelley,
formerly of this city, and a party of friends
started on a deer hunt from n rendezvous
about six miles from Gronfield's landing
in Missouri, opposito this city. "Homo of
the party were on foot, und others were
riding. Kelly was on a mule. After the
party had gone a short dlstanco the mule
bocamc unruly and throw Kelley who had
his gun beforo him resting before the sad
dle. Tho gun was flung violently against
a fence, and was discharged, sixteen buck
shot of tho load it contained entering the
groin of ono of tho party inflicting a fatal
wound. Tho sufferer, whoso name we
could not learn, lingered in great agony
until Sunday when he died.
Our Railroad Iktkkkmt. The present
encouraging evidences of railroad pros
perity should induce every citizen of Cairo
to patronize Fred. Theobold, who ha re-,
turned to the city and taken charge of his
popular tonsorial palace, on Sixth street,
between Ohio levee and Commercial av
enue. J-red. is a master in Ills business,
with a reputation that extends far and
wide, ne employs only the most skillful
workmen. His razors are sharp, his tow-
Is fresh and sweet, and his barber-shop as
clean and bright as a new pin. Give Fred
a call, all for the sake of auld long sync.
A single trial will convince tho jugs
skeptical of tho efllcancy of II ELM
HOLD'S GRAPE PILLS in sick or nerv
ous headache, jaundice, indigestion, con
stipation, dyespepsia, billiousncis, liver
complaints, general debility, etc. No nau
sea, no griping pains, but mild, pleasant
and safe in operation. Children take them
with impunity. Thoy nro tho best and
most reliable. HELM HOLD'S EX
TRACT S ARSA PARI LL A creatoi new,
fresh nnd healthy blood, benutldes tho
complexion, and imparts n youthful np
pearance, dispelling pimples, blotches,
moth patches and all eruptions of tho
Dr. R. V.Price, of HuAaIo, N. Y, in his
book ou Chronic Diseases, says in regard
ti his Golden Medical Discovery, with
which our rcaderf aro familiar, "from its
wonderful power over Consumption of tho
Lungs I had thought strongly of calling it
my Consumptive Cure; but from the fact
that it is a perfect specific for tho-tore
throat and hoarinoss to which ministers
and public speakers and singers are subject,
and also for Iironehilit, and all terero
eoiujhn, nnd is an invaluable- ramedy for
disease of tho Livor, and also as a .Illood
purifier. I decided not to apply to it a
name which might mislead and prevent its
use in Jthor diseases for which it Is so ad
It will cure a cough in ono half tho, time
necessary to cure it with any other medi
cine, and it docs it not by drying it up but
by removing the cause subduing the Irn-'
tttion and healing tho uffec'ed parts."
This valuuble medicine is sold by all first
Wf.is Hf.kk. Charley Schonemeyer,
at tho Egyptian saloon, is in constant re
ceipt of n full supply of tho purest and
freshest Weiss fleer a bevcrugo fit for a
lord; -.'xhiliaritlng without intoxicating,
cool and delicious Just tho drink to fight
the dog-days with. Resides "Weiss Hccr,
which he makes a specialty, ho has also
on hand hn excellent stock of wines, li
quors and cigars. Call on him.
Ashkinkf.'h Sai.k The furthor salo of
tho Htock of hardware and agricultural im
plements of William 31. Davidson is de
fer rci i until nine o'clock Thursday morn-
ihg, July 27th, at which time the salo will
bo resumed und tho entire stock closed
out. Okoruk Fish kii, Assignee.
July 22, 1871. jy23-4t.
KiNiiM.vo, COO ,ri;Inss boxes" for sale
at 5 cents each. ' ' "W,t"V. Thornton.
hr. N iciioLAH. Day bourdors can sc-
cum kixrI. accommodations uttliofSt. Kiel-!
olaa (formerly tho St. James) nt $4 per
week. Tho liouso is at tho corner of Ohio
levee und Eighth street, a central location,
aud is proprletored by Hariy AValker,
who is ulivo to the wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
main terms uu iiiu,ij mi uiu oiuce,
Twenty Dollars Reward "Will bo
pud for nny information bearing on tho
identification of the old saddle left at tho
house of AVm. Kendall on thu morning of
tho nth Inst. Alex. 11 Juyin, Shorltr.
To Mothers and Nurses. Mrs .whit
I comb a Hyrup for Diarrhea, &c., in child
run, wutiiuur inuuecu oy leivniiig or otuu
I cpusitt, iavna aioti aim uon remedy.
Stoitmor Edinburgh, Cincinnati.
" Arkansas Hello, Evansvlllc.
" Marblo City, St. Louis.
Natchez, St. .ouls.
Itobb, St. Louis.
'' Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" Mary K. Poc, St. Louis.
" City of Cairo, St. Louis.
" Minnie, St. Louis.
' Florenco Loo, Kvansvllle.
" Illinois, Columbus. "
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
R.O. Groy. Louisville:
. ' Itlchmond, yaw Orlcf.ni.
" Robb, Mound City.'
" Emma Floyd, Memphis.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr, Paducah.
I Umpiro, NashvllU.
" Camellf, Loulivjllo. 1
' " I. L. Hyatt, Island No. 18
Steamer Edlnburf, Nen OrWrii.
" Arkansas Hollo, JEvansvillc.
11 Marblo City, MsmphU.
" lUtchoz, m'Otfiint'.
11 Robb, Mound City.
" Tobe Hurl, Hickman.
,Mry J5. Poe, Kd' River.
City of.Calro, Vicksbur.
Minnie, AVhito River.
Florence Lee, Evansville.
Grand Tower, 8t. Louis.
Richmond, St. Louii.
Robb, St. Louis,
Emma Floyd, Louisville
Jas. I Itk, Jr., Paducab.
11 Camelia, louiaville.
" I. L. Hyatt, coal mines.
" Dictator, St. Louis.
Tho R. C. Gray rcshipod about 800
Tho Fisk brought for New Orleans, 33
hhds of tobacco, and small lot of frlegh for
Umpire had 08 hhd of tobacco for New
Orleans; 2 hhds for St. Louis, 134 bbli
potntoM for Now Orleans , 18 sacks feath
ers for Chicago, and about 17 tons of
froight for various places.
Tho Camelia has about 150 tons resha
ping freight Including one' item Of 1.288
Tho City of Cairo received 125 tons of
Tbo Natchez will not be up here again.
She has made four business trips between
St. Louis and New Orleans. It is the in
tention of Capt Leathers toglvoher a gen
eral repairing and havo her all ready for
the coming season.
The Ohio Is stationary. Business is
Tho dinburg was aground thirteen
hours at Cumberland Island.
Tho Marble City brought a big lot of
merchandise for Cairo. She laid" up all
night at Grecnleaft.
Tho Natchez on arriving at Greenleal
found that she was drawing too much
water to get over. She sent one of her
pilots down hero In a yawl and got ihe
Dictator to goup and lighten her up. Af
ter being'lightened about three inches he
camo over withont any trouble. She re
ports CJ feet at Grocnleaf s. She filled out
with all the freight sho wanted.
The Bee has thrro barges aground at
Dog Tooth and one barge laying at the
The Olive Branch which sunk a few
days since is lying in twelve feet of
water, but is straight with hpr head down
trcam. It is supposed sho cannot be
raised. She was built in November 18C3,
and has been a vo-y successful boat. She
was valued, when sho sunk, at $16,000,
her original cost was $00,000.
New OnLEANH, 2 l.xVrnved Atlantic
and barges, St. Louis.
Departures N ono.
Cincikxati, O., July 24. River" feet
5 inches and falling vory slowly.
Clear and pleasant.
Mkmphik, July 21 Cloudy and pleas
River falling slowly.
Up James Howard and Julia.
Down City of Cairo and Dardanelle.
Sr. Louis,' July 24. A rrivVd General
Anderson, Mound City ; Lako Superior,
Keokuk ; Florenco, Memphis; Huntsville,
Peoria; Nile, Cambridge.
Departed Commonwealth, New Or
leans; City of .Chestor, MemphU ; Harry
Johnson, Keokuk; St. Luke, Jefferson
City; Northwestern, St Taul ; nuntsville,
Peoria. The river is still falling. "Weather
EYAN.tvii.LE, Ind., July 21. Weather
Ine. Tho river has fallen three tncnes.
1 1 Arrived Le Cairo, No. 2, x-ayetto,
Rapidan, No. 2, Arkansas uelie,- onarp,
McDonald, Morning Star.
Down Mary Anient, John i.umsuen.
Louisville, July 24 River falling
slowly ; twenty-four inches over tho chuto ;
six feet on Portland bar; four feet six
inches on shoals and bars betwoen Louis-
villa and Kvansvlllo, and flvo reet irom
Evansville to Cairo. No business. On
Saturday a new boat, tho Holena, will be
launched. She is for tho Memphis and St.
Arrived Robin brought aown irom
Cincinnati four barges for St. Louis; the
Little Condor arrived from Pomeroy with
salt, and returned.
CANS I CANS!.! CAN9 1 1 1
'Five hundred dozen No. 1. Tin FRUIT
CANS-AT THE NEW-YORK. BTOJUTraL $1X0
pordozon. Largest wholesalo and retail
stock in the city.
GREELET 05 JTATIEH.
, : 1 i ' iM. !
Marriaqe Ouide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 224 pagos. lnce
60 cents. Address Dr. Butts' DJsjeps,ary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Boo Advertisement.
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
The Forty-Third Annual Hettlon of the
TJIsn "V E! I? S ITT,
Will opencnaionaay ceputtn, 11
Tl.UI. Ilif iinlr Inttltiilion ofliarnldr In Ihe
weal, having liecu ettablithed in Mil. The courto
of amdiea oflera ovcrv facility for acquiring
thorough Clatticai ano i;oiumenjii hwwvpi
CatalogueH containing Inttruciiona to earenlt
and fill nirllculart, will t aent n apdilcatlon to
Itr-v. B. II. bTUNTEHKCK, H. J.
Piaildent, bt. Louii University,
' st r.i.ou ist, MIS-
The partnerthlp herein lore exiatlng between
P.titolilmonn and M.Uelfko. underthn Itrm'ntme
ot Htjlilmaa A Bleike, is Ililt day diraolved by
mutual consent. Tho tmtlnera will be Continued
nt the old utand by M. hlffke, who la auihorlwd
to reltle all III" nrcountu ol Ihe late tlrln.
ORDINANCE N0( 120.
A" r'llnaiiet!Aiilhprlse i mirrlptlon ef $1V
n to thfCaird nai gtf I.oum Rail Mi Coin
ilimiI.IS'bTola"onoftheCily Conned nf
iia .,'aii i;oa.r:,t;?.l.:!1r.th6
elccllin waa t , .,i (n ,
a-ihscrlptlon. and In.tritr.te.l Ihe or 1 'T'1?
.iilte 16 prepare n,f'anl)m t V, id rmirl
necessary iirdlnanco to rarry the r...ii Vt .
eleellou into tTjcl: and 7 ' r ",l nl
ft I'lrirnin unit pi im I In a,. , ..A i ... 1 1 Ik.
iirr.-.i.aproTHIonU cntltr4e( , ,fn rn
H(Tf rora for lh0 iurp(eolKllne i Hrrt
epreJwlll. if threleeVS.f !.,!'
aid. road ;
?,'fa-nrd,r lh' " Council .flhe ell, f
f HMrwsri. That the. Mayor nfth. HtT .,Bll
he itfol.y l. an homeland ntlrticted. id suh!
acnimou beha lot Ibe. city of ,iro. u. tliir,iio
Motts ? the Cairo d Ht liula! ffinSfftS.
m iv V Vii. i "un,,re" minsand dollt
aumta Md eompany maTdelgni,.ald tondafo
ear iotrreat al thn rata hi il.t u. ...i .
iiunijBaa in m pa, awe in iwtnty yeara from
date thereof and that the Mayor oftfie city, City
Clerk and City Comptroller !, add they arc i iiere.
by authoritad and lntrn-l.l m i .,n. .
seal ol the city to (he same, an to dellrtr the
u nii'i inairucieii to fiitnariil affix thn
i city to fhe same, an to dellrtr the
trustee or trust t to l, appointed by
and Cllr Council to bo held by Mid
truttrea In eecro, and la lm dellt-errd
ilro and Ht. Ixiufa Italiroad Company
fnill-l llf MirURIVClUr
to aam u to anil Ht. I.iil. itniir..i ...
upon the follow nieonditiona, vi i that the traek
of aald (Oad ahall enter Alaxander county at ill.
northern limit, upon the line dividing it fiom
Union county and hall brnrrM upon the mo.t
eligible rouie tn the Ieree aiirroundinir the city
ot O'.iro, and .
'That thnwork ahall I- Mnu..nA.J .n l
tuted from the city ef Cairo br the firat day of
. I . . ,u roan-oeo enau oe com
pleled to Ihe county line of Union county by t,
ilrstdayorjyH(7i, ',oylded howcTer.lhat the
bonds of the clly af Cairo shall be paid to the aald
Italiroad Company on theecmplrtionof each De
mileaot theroad.ljed commencing at Cairo, said
amount to Ins paid pre roaas the amount done in
In proporllun to the whole work to be done on the
road bed In aald Alexander rnnt v. ald mn,....
to lit aaeenaionl by a.nrrey and an ea'lmate of
mn cos i oi in wiuiie worn in sani coumy."
Provided, that Intrrmt ahall not tnln in .....
Opon anfof the raid bonds until Hie company
ahall bat beom entitled to receive the aald
bonds; and protided further that In nocaae thail
there be lisuwl to aald ifilroa.1 company a greater
amount in the liondt ot the city than rfhrper
centum ot tne coat U emliof any dye mlfe ot
of tald road bod, a abown by the' otrlfied
meaaurementa of the engineer of raid railroad,
until aald railroad shall have been cjm pitted,
and that any urplutof aald bondt not deilyartHt
under this protlnan ahall li deiyere.i to tn
rid railroad compajy when the track thereol la
eompteted and the can ran thereon Irom Cairo
1U Ot. lMJIt..
ApprTd July 22nd, ISTI.
Joll.v M. I.ANHl'KN, Mayor.
Atl.t:M. J.IIOWLKV. CityClerk.
ORDINANCE. NO. 11H.
An ordinance to authorua the tutorlptioo of
iw,tu, to tue tiro ani tineennea Kailroail
Company, and for other purposen.
; Whereat, bran agreement entered Into between
the Cairo and Vincennea Itallrnsd Company and
the cityof Cairo, and approved by Ihe City Coun
Cll November Z'Att. lac., it I. nrotldcd tint ih
tock amounting to llm.Cjo b lutued by the Cairo
and Vincennea railroad company to Ibetity for
the subneripllon of that amaunt aoould be aold by
ihe city to Hie aaid company, upoa certain con-
auiona aa aaprriBt inaaia conirat and
Whereae.- it la uixleratood that aald ramMnt
are willing to extsnd the lime for the it.u of
sain wuat ami tne commencement or the pay.
ment of Interest on the ane . thrrtfnn
Ha It ordained by the City Council of 'lb eity
I Cairo 1
section i. Trial ine Major o( tne cily l, aol
he la hereby anthOritel anJ imtrnrted to .in
scribe oa lietialfof the City of Cairo to the capi
tal atock of the Cairo and Viaceooea railroad
company in ine tumor one numlreil tuouaand
dollara. aald anbacrlDtlon to ba navhln in iwinrf.
ol the city hereinafter proyldtil for; that Ilia
Jieyor, vity tieni, aou vn uomptroiter ke, and
they are hereby authority! and instructed to bare
prepared and to dan and seal bond ol the city
io tne amount of one bundled thooaand dollara,
to i itauru to raia raiiroaa rempany, aaiu Donna
to lie In auchaumi at the eaidcompaay may tie
aire, to bear interett at the rate of Spercenr. per
annum, and Iota payabla twenty yean after the
data thereof, with coupons atucned or the pay
ment of Ine iolereat eeinl-annall) on the same;
that the Major it hereby authorlted and Inttruct
ed to take charje cf said Mndwhen preparrt,
signed aealed and ready for delivery, and It
authorlted and initructrtlta dallrer the name to
some retr-nntible tanking, loan or trutt com
pany, trtstee or trnclaii t IkraUd or .letidmg in
the city ot Ar VorV or eltewhere, at mty be
agreed upon by him aid laid Italiroad company,
raid bonda i" r held by raid booking Win nr.
trunt company, triirtee or truttret, In
eacrow and to l.a oViliyered uo to the aald
Cairo and Vincennea railroad company,
when the raid Cairo and Vjncennet railroad hat
been conilrncleo, that it to uy has leen put in
Sood ordinary running order, from Umcilyof
-tiro, Illinois, to the clly ol Vincenner, Indiana,
and the cara ahall have run thereon, and not
fore; provided, work on raid road thail be re
turned by or before Uctobsr Ut next, and raid
road thail be finUbedlr or natora t.-m flritday
ofAuguat. 1B73, and provide I also that the lntr
eat accruing on aaid bonda previous to their
delitery to -aid railroad company, thail not loure
to t!iebene3t of tald rsllroaa company, but the
eoupona forallaccrued Interett thail he detvhed
from raid liondu previous to their delirery to
aid railroad Company and hn returned to tald
city of Cairo, to that Interett thail not he pa'd or
accrue to aaid railroad company befnr the time
when tald company rbell be entitled to receive
aid lundt according to. the (ondltion herein ex
fee. z. It ahall be. tod It 1 hereby made the
duty of the banking, loan, trust' company or
trustee, which ahall be chosen or telecteI to
hold tucli bondt, as hereinbefore, provided, to
deliver up tha tald'lMBdalU) aaiil railroad 'oor,
panv upon tho tald compnny'a ittulng to raid
city, and dt-llverlng to said triittea one hundred
Ihoutand (Slou'.Oti) ilollara 'of pnbl op rloek In
tald railroad company, which tald atock the told
trustee It heiehy authorised anil dirrol.'.l lo n-ll
to aiid railroad company fur fiye thousand dol
lira (SMtti) of Cairo city bonds r at thertiv to
carry out the provisions of the agreement en
tered into NatomberlUth. IW7, by and between
raid city and tald railroad company.
Approved July Kid. 1871.
" JDHNM. I-ANiDK.V, -Viyor.
Attest t M. J. HOVVbKV, Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 118.
An ordinance in reference to the Police force.
Bolt ordained by the Cily Council of th city
of Cairo -
Bi.ctio.1 1. That two additional. Police Contla
Met bo appointed whrt 'thah -te as addliional
night watchmen, and who "hall be paid the rune,
talary aa the other'IVIictM'.anttahlu-'i.i '
Bur. 2. That the city thail be divided into three
police dittrictt, the flitt to qonaiitof all that
partof the city helowand'tonth of Kighth itreet;
the lecoDil to consist of all that part ol the city
between Kighth and Kighteenth ttreett J and the
thlrdof nil thupartof ilro olty above, nnd north
of Eightcenth atreet ; each of raid dittricta to tw
patrolled by two of the Police ConttabWs In such
manner nt Clio Chief of Pollse may direct
Htc. 3. That taction 4.1 ot "An ordinance to
adopt the ordinance of the city of Sairo as ie
vlaod and "codified" unamended by adding after
the word "authorised," at tho end of the tlalh.
line ol taid tectlon Hie words, "by the City Coun
cil. ApprovedJu!yl7th,ts7l. .. .,
JOfj.N it. I.AKi?DE.V, Major,
Alteiit, M.J, nownl. City Clafk. IvnllOt
R. SMYTH & CO.,
......... ...H , . n
I OU 10. LiVJCi, i
CAIRO, llajf Jtatlfi.
Also, keep constantly on hand a inott com
plete atock of
HCOTCII AND IRISH WIIIBKIEA
O I N H,
Port, Madorla, Sherry and Oatawba Wlncs
QuvTtf a CO. tell exclutlvely for caah Jo
R. whilh 'ftcMhe'; f invite the e.pecl.l alien
trJnf cloSl-r'n buyers.
BpUat attention yiven to fnj Ofdtn.
The undersigned, proprletora of Ihe Utiu and
wTtKi-v hJLwtiii. 'liar 'juat rece ved an attorf
SXSoi the latea. -tylea of Job l'rinllng typet,
ind have now n of ihe most complete Job ottieet
" me "outh and Weat. They fla.ter themselve.
that they poeeeaa facilltiia for turning out
proinptlyi Hi the bett ttylo ol the Art, all work
entrusted to them, from tho rmalletl card or
label to the mammoth poster, and at prices
'which leave wilh our business men uo good ex
enaa for tending their woik to fit. Loula, (linclu
nail or ChKtgO JNO. H. OJJKIU.Y A CO -
IfeM In ihix ... " .a.")ioa I Held on -arm
kOoraarT,r,,,,,'"r''"'l'fl:ll7 ' I"""
i...V. I'Jf:"' 'eard toa aul.scilnllon ol
ilro and HI.
n aama wmo
Hon and U w nit itTlVj T.'X'
Clldatlared tnld r
Itellroail Cnmpany'anU reewnj.iU. ..:1.
for the conalruWn of .aid Cl! b, d "Siim n'J
aiibecnplrOrLs hertlnfore aiifhor VhiJtIZ.V1?
"'"'"'i ivwiiT aioui ,innn inn rfr
. . -.f" iu in imjmme ma litrelhatli-e
prot irietl lor that bondt oftha cily lull be ,'
lifynieal of aid aabacrfolion to lh
nmonnt orniceif-flfe thnuaoms iinn in
(-OMMIflSION AJfD ruuwAitniXd.
W.Str.illon. - - T. H!i".
STRATTON k RIRD,
(Successors to Htra'ton, llu loi A Clsrk )
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
ataV-Agenla of American Powder Co., Ml man.
laetuiersagents for cettoh yarn. J5 II
' CLOSE &VIN(.'ENT,
I5ELA.I,EIRS IUT LIME
Cement, Plahter Pari,
Corner eighth Ntraat and Ohio Ivrr
CAIRO, I LI
MILLERS' AO EXT.
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
H. M. HULEN,
No. 134 Conimercial-ave.,
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IX FfsOl'K, C'ORX
Oats, I lay, et;.
5H Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS,
JOHN II. PHILLIS
(ii'-cf .tor to Parker & Phillit,)
FO R WA RDING M ERCH ANT,
DEALER IX HAY, COHX, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cos. TENTn-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO..
(Succataors to T, H. Utndrickt A Co.,)
Forwarding , and CommisBion
yr-.LIIieral Adtantea made uponsE(f
lyJ. Contlgnmentt, a3tl
Are prepared to receive, tloro and forward
frelghta to all polnttand buy and
VBualnea attended to promptly.
' WOOD RITTEXIIOUSE,
General Commission Morchant
133 onio LEVEU,
WIXEM AWP HJKiOOHa. i
WM. H. SCHUTTER, "
Importer uad Wholesale Dealer In
1 WINES, LIQUORS,
.TOBACCO, 8 , QTOcJttS.
Agent for Ihe beat brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALK,
IMporlesl Alea r Itlfferritt Klts4a,
75 Ohi.o Lkvfjj,
tl CAIRO, ILUNOIP.
McCOMBS, KELLER, & BRYNES,
8ccneJiori to Adolphus Meier Co.,
IMl'OUTRH AND JODUXRg IK
HARDWARK AND CUTLERY,
Nos., luXnnd 102 N. Main -it.,
ST. XiOTJTIS, MO.
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