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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY JULY 27, 1871.
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' mYELKR'S GUIDE.
" take NOTICE.
TIME TAHLE OV THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
and flr Cun iy, .'. full,w'
,n tlrce-uMo will B""
urf f wK.r lfi ;Clroi
irnln. i'tj llillp.m
Kiprc, daily .- 2:15 p.m.
i.,.-lml.rflly 3:30 A.m.
Express, doily, except Htinday 3:30 p.m
A.inoHh II e regular ft. Loin. I ruin la taken ml
iwth traina out nl uiim hiii nave through ears
Ir.r HI. l.onls, which will ! taken thr.igli from
im.,.10 n bv the tr.iln on llio llelleHllc ro.nl. 1)1
uxtand connection will Im made At l)u-
nuoln, and there wH no change or earn rrom
Cuoto St. Iouis. TIk- trnla leaving Cairn nt
11 pm. will have a through flceplng car InrFI.
Unia The attention of shipl-crs Is cspoclnlly
i-alled to the fact tint a f nut Uxpriss train will
leave-Cairo daily. Saturds). expected, and will
make Ihe run from tins city to Chicago In twenty
mo hour. JA?:.JUJJ.Ni.'r.n.':..
"VjuVoKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . R.
St. Locis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi-
CAOO, NEW VORK, RosTO.V,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arrive at and leave Cairo fol
Aatlta ni.llia.tn 3i:iOp.m.
Pinir 1 Ills n.m p.m.
Uolh lrlni cooDCtt it Ceutralia with train on tnc
ah, Decatur, tlloninmittcn, F.I I'aio, I.a Halle,
KeoiloU, Kreeport. iln, luiUiqUe, n I
all tolnts In illiuolt., Mmouti,
tfinneaota, A'ncontln u I
Iowa. AdJ with
iiinaa rusolof E1 an.l U'nt for
St.Loula, Hprfngfield, I.oulifille,
CmfmoaU, Inifauapollii, Columbus.
An! at Chlctja llh Michlzan Central, Michigan
Hooaiern, ni i'lttobnri;, Kort Warn
an4 ChieaRO Railroads lor
ti&tK ClerelanJ, Dunkirk.
ilUuir. Ilotton, I'hllailelphia,
XunHN Krle. llutlalo,
fw York, rittMMirp, Ualtlui'ire,
AKD ALL rOllTS EAST.
For thrOTRh tickets nil Informttlon, ai't.ly to
Sliaola Central Rallroail Iepot.
W. P. JU1IS80N,
Ceceral ra.oencer A?ent, Chiesgo.
J. JOHNSON, A cent, Cairo.
MO U Kb Ht Y AX d" OA 1 HO. '
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait. "William II. S'a.vdu.-kv
FOUK TItll'S KA'EitY
CAIRO A2TU MD. CITY
Ivor or tn.xTii star :t.
At 7 a.m.
At 10 a. if.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 p.u.
Lkavi: Md City,
At 8.30 a.m.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 1.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
ox PAcrojty, iuwe'h lanuino, ky.
Vul'TH Or CACHE, MAKI.VK WAV,
AMI) NAVY YAKI).
1MT.'II FKEB.ao l r. day iuro.no hum.
iJ . . A'lQ"f" tHtni, l.VITAAfO,
l-tlitu.y.IV. JylbiUw 3!
1 nftfl ttjK AOENTH WANTKIlIllgh. ;
J l",UU OommiKion 85,Ouoin premium-, iluh
',4il-mkt (,ni,rdioimt. .ew i.jall ,.,rcu,rB
iLl'tiU ltytf Hjrn, W Cedar
urtst, .New iork. Jyl3n4t
fplin regular anninl term
1 vlloptnon WiMinenJay,
i.LI. Il.lmiifi..l ,n ..... . .
of this Law School
OctoUr Illli. Ib7l.
i, , i" . wnrariiw uiirxnininatioi
"J apf.lieatK.il on or LeToru OjtoUr 7th. 17I
' l"'r unMin'- VoT l':"'"''lr
G". M. STEWART,
Aciihk ln of Law Faculty,
j'M N'OHTH :ird St., ST. 1.0 IMS, MO
ICK C It F.AM NM.OO.V.
K'E CUE AM SALOON,
COMMEItCIA I. AVKNUK,
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Tol found Dhrmtl,etiiy.
FAMILIES Olt 1A11TIES SUl'l'LIKI)
ON KIIOKT NOTICE.
I the public Is respectfully
KO. ISO "VVABHlStlTils AYKNl'I",
Ilaa on hand
A VIAE BTOUK OF WATCHES
CLOCKS, JEWELHV, ETC.
lYBllcuiar attention given to
1EPA1KINO FINE WATCHES.
Ttie largest stock of
GOLD 1-ND 81LYEH WATCHES
rOOKB, pamphlets, hriels, catslc (rues, new..
papers, Ul lists, an 1 every vsrlityof eiti-n.
ne prmUog contracted lor. auu proinyiu m
npiij ciffcuicu, iii iuo wuiiviih kivva,
oaaipaper Wndjng eslaHlshmsul.
If ATCH at aK EM .
TIlF HA BUNS.
nni'ni.i.,. V. it9talcJ Aembll
al theAailntnilaaonli Kail, first un l IhiMlSa..
tirdara Ineaeh montli.
(!iin No. 21. ecular Conrocationat
MaKonlo Ilall.tho seeon.l Krliiay ineacn monm.
C'Aia. fin it in. No. 71, Kegular. Convocation
at .Maionlo Hall, on the llitr.l ineadayor every
nnlli. . .... ......
.niini. .iim, ai .Mason m Hall, tlio ncon.1 anil
Caik. Ixinar, fn. r a a..." iieeiuar i,oni.
pri.TA IxiMt, .No.ftM K. 4 A. M. Regular Oom-niniiK-Mions
at JIonio Hall Aril anJ third
I lilirsdiiys Ml eiwin moniii
,MHAnra Ixpnr, 2il. MeUln OJJ Fellow'a
11.11. ii Art rN Hull ling, every inursuay iveiu
lug, at socio tk
Fen I lie rut . .
.Wotl.P'O V H KJIOU
Healer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FAMILY
I'nrinrr'N Ynril mill NtnlilliiB
Cor. iliington-av. nnd Twcntictli-Rt.,
I'nlillsticMl rtrr.v morning, MoqIa' ci
IIirJwiro old to-Jay at iavldion'i.
IJurBairn to-uv nt Davlilson' old
There wivs vory liltlo business in
police circles ycstcrdiiy.
Sliriver's oyster ketchup nt Jorgcn-
seti . ly.ou.
Genuine Spanish olives nt Jorgon
Remember tho nuction snlo of David
son's stock of goods to-dny.
Yesterday evening Chief Myer killed
i mud dog in the fourth waid.
Imported London biscuits nt Jorgcn-
The Athenaeum looks liko n
pin in in fresh cont of paint.
Money saved by purchasing goods nt
the auction sale to-dny.
Policeman Sumner has not been on
duty for several nights. "Wherefore 7
The best fruit jars in tho world for
6alo at Parsons, D.ivis A: Co., on Tenth
Wood nnd llojle, who havo been In
the pork packing business together, havo
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, piect
lillo and onions, at Jorgonsen's.
Closing sale of Davidson's stock to
day. ' Tho Grecian lend'' has been suc
ceeded by the "Abyssinian strotcb,'1
which has appeared on our streets.
Jullu Hobinson and " Dave," tho cat.
tlo thiif, who liuvu been serving in tb
penitentiary, havo returned to the city to
sin no more
Mason's improved fruit jars with glass
tops, sold by Pawons, Davis A- Co.
Kelly & Winter havo dissolved part
nership, Kelly selling his interest in tho
new Dolmonlco to Wlntor, who will Wo-
after conduct tho lii'-Tiness nlone.
(Jo to Parsons, Davis 6i Cos friut-jar
emporium, Nos. 5 und 7, Tenth street.
There is a "bad place" In tho side
walk on Thirteenth street, between Wash
ington iivcntio and Walnut street, which
Alderman Stralton says should bo repaired
One thousand fruit jars, cheaper than
A pila was whipped bv n wharf bout
man estcrdny, and Vim victor in tlio bat
tle of UiH was reiiuired by squiro Shan-
nessy to pay SI 1, which is u high priuo
for a few secunds amusement.
Kat India preervis nt .Jorgcnscn's.
Ono uf the jurymen on the A rick caso
a sandy whiskered gentleman is of u
iterary turn I mind. Diirinii Jude-o Al
iens argument yestotday ho Intently per
ti'id the .Vc if-I'oW; U'ee'ti.
Tins earlhiU.ko reporter of tho .S'tut
ittslkt. lliutthtrii wus a ipmko felt in this
m Monday allornoon. All a mlS'
take, su persist. It was tho reporter's
niuitiatluii, or tho wind, or "tho car
rattling oer thu stony street."
Another ureal race between John
iluepple's bay horsti and .lames Kynin-
ton s roan muru will lie run nt 6 o'clock
p.m., Saturday, July 2'J, on tho track n lit
tlo beyond Thirty-fourth street. Stakes
One bundrod dollars. WJ7W
Guava jelly and llosnia prunes at Jor-
Tho .Van says wo huvo taken uneol
lared dogs tor our text. Wo plead not
guilty. If wo should do so, might not
our cotemporary consider our text in a
personal aiiront. Kor which rcinnrk wo
apologlzo in advance of the demand for u
Lieblg's celebrated extract of meat at
J. .1. Thninua lina filled
Wy occupied bv W. G. Worthlnuton. ,T
"uiiitclht avenue, whore ho Is doln
and seo him and trlv
Wind. r RT'U w uo "i
n ... i ... .i.. ,,
d a . ,U'U 'raphline,an
Diiriin. it... ...... .i..
o i""1 k"u " more coun
irj wagons have coino Into tho city tl
uuring any other two duys durStm ii.J
prevent year, and Iwo-thlrd, ot them cum.,1
(town the Ohio r'vor bunk through Mound
Lily, which shows the necsslty for tho
construction of a rond between Culro nnd
tbo neighboring village.
Wn aUtis,1 vftitnrdAV lllftt Lotlls Hur-
bcrt would havo fresh oyslor in a week
or two. but ho has them now. Yostordny
hn rocntro.1 n Inrrro upply of these bl
valves and Invites tho public to samplo
thorn. Ho has also fresh prairio cblcklns
which ho serves up on short notlco in tlio
most approved mannor.
Tlio old, rellablo Qroovo ring fruit
jars only $1.60 a dozen nnd sealing war,
for salo by Farsons, Davis & Co.
Wo would call tho attention of our
country frionds, who want to get good pic
tures, to call on J. J. Thomas, who bai I
very ideas tnt gallery on Commercial V'
cnuc, for their accommodation, nnd is rcaly
the best artest we havo had in Cairo for a
-Wo call the altentton of our readers to
tho card describing Dr. lUtllngor's family
medicines. Thcso medicines oro no pat'
cnt or qunck preparations, but tho result
of special study nnd czporlonco of n regu
litr physician1 jy26dwlw.
"Q." and"W. Z. KV this morning re
ply to "P"and "Quod Scriptum Soriplum."
Hut wo cannot sco wherein tho communi
cations touch tho infidel track question,
which is: Is there any impropriety in
sending through tho post offlco to ladios
as well as gentlemen tracts containing
marked passages from tho biblo tho per
usal of which cannot but shock tho mod
esty of tho reader?
Over 16,000 worth of boots nnd
shoes, nt manufacturer's prices, for thirty
days, nt Elliott, Ilnvthorn & Co,'s. Goods
by tho enso or slnglo pair, for cash, nt cash
prices, at 140 Commercial nvenuc.
Wm. Khiers, at his shop on 20th stroet
Is still manufacturing overy varioty of
boots nnd shoos from genuino French calf
(ho uses no other kind) which ho sells
ready mado or mado to order nt prlcos
thnt defy competition. jy2Ctf.
Tho nrgument in tho Arick-Illinois
Central caso was commenced yesterday af
ternoon. Judgo Allen addressed tho jury
in an nblo argument of two hours, and
Judgo Orccn wns wnrming in his roply
when tho court adjourned. To-dny, Judgo
Orccn will finish his argument and bo fol
lowed by Mr. Williams. Tho caso will bo
concluded by Mr. Linegar for tho plaintiff.
Wo guarantee tho glass top jars us the
best. Parsons, Davis & Co.
The most popular shoo shop in town is
on 20th street opposlto tho court house
hotel, whero Win. Ehlcra, manufactures
boots nnd shoos for his customers, warran
ted to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guarantees to give
cntiro satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it is yourself. jy2Ctf.
Imported London Club nnd Wor
cestershire sauce, nt Jorgcnscn's.
Tho following gentlemen composed
tho jury in tho caso of Arick vs. Illinois
Central railroad company : Messrs. J. H.
Lee, Thomns Seymour, Jnp. C. Crowley,
Thomas J. Ellis, William Hamilton, Fritz
Whilcnmp, 0. A. Topple, F. W. Cherry,
"W. II. Karris,. I. A. Finch, F. M. Wndc,
A. A. Hayr.es.
China, qucenswure, cutlery, lamps,
glasswaru of nil kinds, fruit jars, silver
plated ware, best quality nnd reduced
prices at Parsons, Davis & Co's., Nos. G
nJ 7,Tenth street. jy25d2w
Genuine walnut and mushroom ketch
ups, at Jorgcnscn's. jy2Ctf
Messrs. Wiekwiro and Boyle havo
been awarded the contract for building
tho depot nnd machine shops of tho St.
Louis and So jthoastcrn railway comnanv
nt Mt. VoTiwn, a job that will amount to
about 550.000. Yesterday theso gontlomcn
received n lotter from E. C, Kice. chief
nglncor of iho company, as follows : "Wo
ould liko to make n contract with you
to build tho machine Bhops at Mt. Vernon
at once, and to hnvo tho work commenced
Immediately; therefore pleaso come to
St. Louis without full on roceipt of this
letter." Lator In tho day thoy received
dispatch Haying: "If you wish tho con-
tract coino to St. Louis immediately. ' Wo
tiro glad to record this evidence that thu
rkill of our mechanics is appreciated
broad. Messrs. Hovlo and Wiekwiro nro
master inechnnics that any city might bo
proud of, and nro prepared to do all tho
work ll.ut may bo otroreed to them in Illi
nois mid Missouri, and do it in u manner
that will givo satisfaction nnd nl flgu-cs
that will dofy competition from any quar
ter. Tax Payers, Takk Notick. The city
tux book, for 1871, has been placed in my
bands, und 1 shall at onco prococd to tho
collection of the taxes. At tho expiration
cf thirty days tho delinquent tux-list will
bo published, and tax-payers will savo
trouble to themselves and the city by act
ing promptly on this notice.
Jot. 11. Taylor, City Collector.
Cairo, July 24, 1871.
.Married At Shawnootown on tho
25th Inst., at tho residence of Joel O Mor -
gan Ksq., -nr. unaries r.vans io -ui
a -i a all..
Emma Lucoro, both of Cairo.
Mr. and Mrs. Evans roturncd to Cairo
yesterday. Wo nre suro thohopo or their
many friends in this city is, thntpenco nnd
plenty wilt follow tbom through long
years of wcuuou.happincBs.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
copartnership horotoforo existing between
tlio undorslgnod in tho "Now Dolmonlco"
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
William Winter assumes nil dobts owing
by said firm, and collects all bills duo to
John II. Kelly.
Cairo, July 20, 1871.
New Photoorafh Gallery. Wo tie-
tlco that Mr. J. J. Thomas has fitted up
tho rooms lately occuplod by W. O.Worth
Inifton in vcrv trood style, and, us an artist
is doing excellont work that should entitle
blm to a fair shnro of patronage
m....... n,... Ti.,.i,vni bn
,m,l for nny information bearing on tho
l4t,tlUcatloii of tbo old saddle left ut tho
home, of AVm. Kendall on the morning of
theothlmt. Alex. U IiiyiSi BhorttT.
IN THE DttEGS.
A RUINED FAMILY rnOM nArriKESS TO
MISERY TUB WINK CUP LURES TO RUIN
AN UNFORTUNATE WIPE 1 WO OF OUn
That ono half of tho world does not
know how tho other half lives is n trlto
saying, whoso truth Is brought palpably
homo to us somotimes by actual Illustra
tion. A few evonlngs since, ono of our promt
ncnt physicians was called upon to attend
a sick porson, occupying a room in tho
building formerly known as
THE FERRY HOUSE.
Dr. found his patient a lady, the
mother of throo children, tho eldest flvo
years of age, tho youngest an Infant. Tho
mother was unablo to sit up, and the phy
sician soon found that tho primary cause
of her Illness was tho want of tho common
necessaries of life.
as related to Dr. , was substantially
She was married somo years ago in Mis
souri, and, for a year or two, lifo passed
pleasantly and smoothly nlong, undis
turbed by any but tho ordinary Joys and
sorrows of every day existence. Hut
wero in store for hor hor husband began
to drink, neglected his family, fell into
evil ways nnd Anally absented himself al
together from his homo. Some timo ago,
tho wlfo was informed that he was con
nected with tho gang1 of horso thieves in
Hallard county, Ky., whoso depredations
nro not unknown to our roaders, and that
ho had been arrested. Liko
A TRUE WOMAN,
whoso affection enn neither bo lessoned
nor dostroyed by coldness nnd ncgloct, tho
heart of the wifo nnd mother turned to
ward hor husbrnd, and, gathering hor lit
tle family about her, sbo determined to go
to him in his disgrace. She had reached
this city on her way, when tho found her
self out of health, moneyless and frlondlesn
and was compelled to stop. With no
means to get
IIRK.YD FOR HER CIIILEREN,
they suffered until exhausted naturo cried
for relief, when tho mothor applied to the
ovorsccr of the poor for aid, which ho
could not render her on account of her be
ing a non-rosident of tho county. Actual
want of food laid tho woman
upon a tick bod, whero Dr.
found her, too weak to
rise. Writing a prescription, ho sent it to
A WELL-KXOWX DRUOOIST
with tho request to " make out his bill nnd
send It to Dr. or tho Lord, whichever
ho had tho most fnith In." Tho druggist
sont it to tho Lord, Dr. rcmnrking, af-
terwards, " I know ho would, for ho is
A GOOD METHOIHST,
nnd wo all know they take u good deal of
stock in the Lord." That samo ovening
tho doctor and tho druggist visited thoir
patient together, looked nt the woman's
surroundings nothing to relievo tho hard,
baro fact that thcro wns
OIIEKRLESF, HOPELESS POVERTY,
said good evening to tho mother nnd
her helpless children, nnd parted with un
ordinary good-byo to each other ut tbo
door. Hut when, in n very short spneo of
t'mc thereafter, tho doctor, with a
IIASKET ON HIS AllS",
lllled with bread nnd butter, n pinto of
meat, a pitchor of milk nnd other delica
cies how invory to tbo hungry mother
and tlio of little ones, fow can tell ho
found tho druggist there beforo him with
a similar basket 1 How could the right
hand help finding out what the loft did in
We havo told our story, and it now re
mains for our citizens to provo that tho
doctor and tho druggist aro net tho only
good Samaritans in our midst.
Dissolution ok Partnership. The
copartnership hcrotoforo existing botween
John Wood and Arthur Uoylo In tho
packing and provision business is hereby
dissolved by mutual consent. John Wood
alone Is authorized to collect all monies
duo said firm, and will pay nil debts con
tracted by said firm. Tool', slaughter
house, etc., nre bv mutual consent the
property of A. Hoylc.
Cairo, III., July 21, 1871. jy27t3.
Our Uailroad Interest. The present
encouraging evidences of railroad pros
perity should Induco every citizen of Cairo
to patronize Fred. Thcobold, who has re
turned to tho city nnd tnkon chargo of his
popular tonsorial palace, on Sixth stroet,
between Ohio levco and Commercial nv
enuo. Frod. is n master in his business,
with n reputation that extends far nnd
wide. Ho employs only tho most skillful
workmen. His razor are sharp, his tow
els fresh and sweet, and his barber-shop as
clean and bright as a no w pin. Oivo Fred
n call, all fur tho snko of nuld lung syno
Hoos. Th "board of Aldermen having
ordered mo to proceed to tho enforcement
of tbo hog impounding ordlnanco, after
I giving throo day's notice, I hereby notify
I tho public that on nnd uftor Saturday
next I will impound all hogs found run
Ing nt Inrgo in tho streets of tho city,
contrury to tho provisions of the ordi
nance. A. Cain, City Marshal.
Culro, July 25th, 1871.
Weiss Deer. Charloy Schonemoyer,
ut tho Egyptian saloon, is in constant re
ceipt of a full supply of the purest and
freshest Weiss Door a bovorngo fit for a
lord; oxhlllarlting without intoxicating,
cool nnd delicious just tho drink to fight
tbo dog-dnys with. Dosldes Weiss Door,
which he makes a spoclnlty, ho has nlso
on hand an oxcoiieni stock of wines, li
(iiinrs unu emu- u" miu.
Delia iile and Safe. Dr. Henry
Hoot nnd Plant Pills nro mild nnd please
nnt In their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Doing en
tirely vegotable, thoy can bo taken with
out record to diet or business. Thoy
uronso tho liver and socretlvo organs Into
healthy notion, throwing off disonso with
out exhausting or dcuiiiwung the systom
Try them nnd you will bo satisfied
Trice 25 cents u box. Sold by druggists
and dealer in modlcino ovcrywboro
Prepared by the Grafton Mcdlcino Co., St
Louis, Mo. tnvOdiu
N EMBARRASSING MISTAKE.
A STORY WITH A MORAL TIE BURE TOU'RE
RIOIIT BErORB TOU UO AHEAD.
Last Sabbath ovening, a young person
of tho masculino gender, qulotly and gen
tooly, as bocomo thoso who froquont tho
housooflho Lord, walkod Into ono of our
churches. Ho took a scat bosldo a young
person of tbo fomlnlno gendor. This
young porson was attired in a whl to gown,
FRESH EROM THE LAUNDRY,
and gulltloss of spot or wrinkle. With
that Instinctive neatness common to most
of tho fair sox, tho young lady had spread
out the skirl of her gown as much as pos
sible, to savo it from the rumples incident
al to a silting posture. The young man,
on taking his seat, did not at first obiorvo
the display of drapery boildo him. Af
ter awhile ho cast his eyes around.
They fell on tbo whito muslin, and ho fell
RED AND WHITE
by turns. Could his Ms in short, eould
tho tall of his shirt havo cscapod from Its
confinement In his unmentionables 7 His
hand trorpbled, but ho surreptitiously laid
hold of tho lady's property, lifted his coat
and pushed it as well as ho was able, un
der his pantaloons. Tho lady, surprised
at this, to hor,
moved nwny a little, but said nothing. Tho
young gontloman again becamo lnlorcstcd
in the sermon, but glancing down' at tho
scat a momant or two after behold, to his
horror, what ho supposod to bo his
With n convtilslvo effort ho clutched
it in his shaking hand
and was endeavoring to put it whero it
should havo been If it had boon
his muslin, when tho lady moved fur
enough away to take her skirt out of tho
THE UNHAPPY YOVNO MAN.
Wlth'nn expression of countonanco
plainly depicting tho unuttorablo thoughts
within him, tli young man took up his
hat and hurriedly left the sanctuary.
THE INFIDEL TRACT QUESTION.
TWO REPLIES ONE IN ANSWER TO "p"
AND THE OTHER IN RKHPONSK TO "qUOD
To ihe Edttor of Tht Cair Bulletin:
Is it not roasonablo to suppose that, if
the keeper of "P.'s" pasture did not steal
the clover from tbo poor benighted ass
and keep his eyes closed by fanatical su
perstition, ho would prefer it to the this
tle ? Q.
To the Editor oj The Ctiro Bulletin:
The labor of "Quod Scriptum Scriptum,"
in tlio-L'rfm'nSimof the 21th Inst., is slm
ply too void of argument to morit any ro
ply. I call it the labor of a mountain to
produco n mole hill mouse.
After confessing that he knows nothing
at t tho matter, ho rolls up the spirit of
so' imaginary wicked man of biblo
mi try instead of nn extract from that
im -ed book, which, ho says, contains
no, ng, in the lifo and virtues of tho only
fuYc-ito man after God's own heart, un
suitable for young men or young women
of any faith to pcruso j and, having exor
cised himself into a pious frenzy, he enters
into a tirado of holy horrors nbout steal
ing the livery of heaven and tho vcssols
of tho temple, implying a like overt act In
tho Dnbalonians nnd accusing tho Philis
tines of stcaliag an ark, but whether it was
tho ark of Noah ho does not toll us. Ho
concludes with tho pious ejaculation:
"From all such, good Lord, deliver us I "
to which I respond a hoarty Amen I
W. 7.. K.
-Anchlovis, in pickle, oil or salt, at
Auqust Fourth. Tho Free nonev-
olcnt Sons of America, will turn out on
August tho 4th, at Flora Garden. All are
cordially invitod to uttond. Tho speak
ers will bo: Mossrs. J. Gladney, J. J.
Dlrd, G. W. Ellis nnd others. Admittance:
Adults, 25 cents. Children, 10 cents. J!y
order of the committee.
Norman W. Wims,
dw -Wm. Flernqy.
Hei.miiold's Extract Saruparilla is
tho great blood purifier: thoroughly
cleanses nnd ronovatcs tho entiro system,
nnd readily enters into tho circulation of
tho blood; after purging with Helmhoi.d's
Guape Pills, tho foul humors that havo
accumulated in tho system for years
Doth nro carefully prepared according to
tho rules of phnrmncy nnd chemistry nnd
aro thoroughly.rolinblo. A test of 19 years
has proved this. Try thorn
St. Nicholas. Day boardors can so-
curo good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (formorly tho fit. Jamos) at f 4 per
wook. Tho houso is at tho corner of Ohio
lovco and Eighth street, a central location.
and is propriotored by Hariy Walker,
who is alivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boardlpg and lodging can
loam torms on inquiry a. .no ouicc.
Assignee's Sale. The further salo of
tho stock of hardwaro and agricultural im
plements of William M. Davidson is tie
frrrl until nlno o'clock Thursday morn-
ihg, July 27tb, at which time tho salo will
bo resumoa nna me rnuro awe wiu.wu
out. ' Geobqk Fisher, Assignee,
July 22, 1871.
Mahbiaqi Guidb. Interesting work.
numorous engravings,. 224 pagS. Prico
SO cents. AddrossTJr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 13 North Eighth Street, bt. J-ouis,
Mo. Soo Advertisement.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS 1 1 J
Fivo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS at the NEW-YORK. Storf, at f 1,00
pordozon. Largost Wholosalo nnu rcinii
stocl in tho city. ,
GrkelkV & Patier.
T Mothorsi and Nurses, Mrs whit
Mm Svrtin for Diarrhea, &c, in child
rcn, hothor Induced by teething or other
cauti , is tho safost nnd Lost remedy.
Wanted Situation by n young man
wllllnr. to do anv kind of work. Address
8. A. O. nt this office. jylCdlt
Kindlino. 600 ' class boxes " for salo
at 6 cents encbi W. Ws Tuoustos.
Sloamor Julln, Vinksburg.
' Jas. Howard, Now Orleans.
( Mohawk, New Orleans,
ii SftU'i Arkansas river.
Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
.1 ?mmo,lwftl'h St. Louis.
" TlllnnU f'i.. ' .
" Durksvllle, Nashvlll.
" Marblo City, Memphis.
Stoamor Julfa, St. Louis.
!! ?'; Uo.wri-. St. Louis.
" Mohawk. St. Louts.
" Salllo, St. Louis.
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
!! ?n.mmo,iT'?aU,J' cw O'loans.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Marblo City, St. Louis.
Since the last roport tho Ohio has fallen
2 Inches. Dusincss on tho lovco was very
brisk and freights waro moving rapidly.
Doats nrrivlng horo half loaded hnvo no
troublo In .filling out with all theyjenn
Our thrco largo wharfbonts nro londcd
to their greatest capacity, nnd for wnnt of
room nro compelled to put freight on tho
lovco. Thcro is enough freight awaiting
tonago to load sovornl of tho largest
Tho steamer Greenback will commence
nbout the first of Soplcmber to remove the
obstructions between hero nnd Hvansvllle,
and If tho Evnnsvlllo and Cairo paekot
company wish to placo ono of their pilots
on board, for tho purpose- of pointing out
such obstructions as thoy may wish re
movod thoy will havo tho prlvilego of
doing so, provided thnt such pilot Is paid
for liu services by the packot company
Tho City of Vlcksburg will bo laid up
nt St. Louis for painting, and the Marblo
City V.ll run In her place during the
tlmo sho is laid up.
Tho Holla of Memphis hrtbeen re
paired, and will rcsumo her placo In tho
St. Louis and Memphis lino.
Nino foet scant at Mcmphir.
Tho James Howard discharged for S. ii
1)., Cairo, 3 hhds. sugar and 10 boxes leni
ons; for Chicago por I. C. U. It., 2 casks
wine, 8 boxes paste, 131 bbls. rosin, 50
baskets wine, and has about 1,200 tons
freight for St. Louts, including 3,00'J bars
railroad iron and 350 hhds. sugar. She
was full of people, livery ttato room on
her was engaged beforo sho left New Or
leans. Sho has tho largest up-stream trip
of tho season.
Tho Dee succeeded in getting her barges
off of Grconlcaf. Doports give the depth
of wator al that place as being C feet 2
Tho Commonwealth came out of the
river without grounding, but she rubbed
very bard at tevcal places. Sho filled out
hero with allsho wanted and lcf. with her
guards in tho water.
Tho Jas. Kisk had for St. Louis 1,101
bars iron, 20 bdls iron nnd 3 cuddits tobac
co Jfor Memphis, 15 bbls. flour and 25 bbls.
meal, and 100 bbls. flour for New Orleans,
and had a small lot for here.
Capt. Pink Varblo has tho contract for
transporting ten thousand bbls. cement
from Loulsvlllo to St. Louis nt o cents
Iron coal barges arc likely to succeed
those mado of wood, and it Is thought t.iey
will draw much leu water for the s5mo
carrying capacity than wooden barges.
Druco Hunter, formerly ot tho steamer
Talisman, Is now second clerk on tho Jas.
Tho Durksvlllo brought 50 tens pig iron
for St. Louis and 81 bbls potatoes for New
Orleans. Sho had a fair passenger list.
Tho Marblo City arrived 12 hour bo
hind time. Sho bad 74 dozon brooms for
this place and received about 150 tons
freltrht for St. LOuts and way points, biie
was full of passengeis.
Evansvillk, Ind., July 20. Weather
cloudy and wet till ovenlug, but Is now
clearing ap. River fallen three inches.
up Camclia nnd Emma Floyd.
Down Mary Ament, Tiirnscon, Knn.iy
Drandcls and Florence Lee, with mcdiu.n
trips. Dullness dull.
Louisville, JUly 20. Tho river fallen
4 inches; 18 Inchon on tho chute, and G
feet on Portland bar.
Light showers just befaronoon.
Dopartcd Eddyvllle, Cairo; J. S. Mc
Donald arrived from below nnd laid up nt
tho foot of Sand island.
Inspectors W- K. Reynolds, Jr., nnd Goo.
Houghton yesterday ronderod a doeieion
in tbo casO of n collision of tbo Mollie
Ebort, towbont, nnd tho Wm. Coleman,
near tho mouth of Salt river on tho lOtti
of April last. Thoy docldcd that the pilot
of tho Coleman was to blamo for not
civinK tho Signal dlstlnt, 'and tbo pilot o
tho Ebcrt was to blamo for not replying
promptly and clearly.
Cincinnati, July JOj-mvor six icei
Fallen ono foot. Two hours rain to-Jiiy,
St. Louis. July 20. Arrived Mollto
MeTMdo. Andv Johnson, Keokuk ; W. J
Lowls, Kansas City; Utah, Poorla; Mary
McDonald, Lexington, Julio, vicwsuurg
Columbia. Whito River. ,
Tinnnrtftd Ido. Oiuaua J Jioonsione,
Illinois; Kollogg and barges, Delfast
Now Orleans; S. S. Morrill, bt. Paul
Ida of Pekln, Tennesson rivor ; Grand
Towor, Momphls, Andy Johnson, Molllo
River still falling. Woather cloudy
J. GEO. STEINUOUSE,
Cor. 8lli-itt. nnil fouiincret"'-'''
sHTSharp Kazors, ,
KiiTiii.n Towels and
Pw; whiskers, and hair dyed in a
cilntinc manner. Batl.lactlon guara.-
A. WADGYMAlt, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, Surgeon and Aoeouhenr, formerly
of Anna. Union county, Illinois, has por-
?L . i Incateil I n Culro. OltlcO-Commerc' U
k'ljnw, between JSIhUIU Mitt Him "'"
O11DINAS0E NO. 120.
in ordlnnneo to authorise i ft Mibscription 0'!V
WO i to tho Cairo nnd Ht. Louis Hall Itoad torn-
Loin'i Kail Road Company, nn
Whereis. an dec ion was I" I In i Pti
:li It aniieati'd
laid ticioru iiiuv i.j , ,,,.
I. .1.1 nn MAV am. is V, null. "... ",.,-v...
that (el voles were cast In raver o
oi and i) sfa nst It, and thtreon
tll'iccl.ted .aid flection rarj ed
I said siitsenp.
reontho City Coun-
? .V". I'.in n,l Instructed tin. ordinance com.
In rnvor oi mm
m.llee lopreparo andM.tan.t to -aid council tne
election Into liT.ct ,1 and .
ror the construction oi ku i i "..- i r..i. oi
siihsoriptlon. heretofore authorised lo he made to
tlio capital stock of aald company V "un".,
eltlcs ind towns aloni the line of said road I
therefore for the purpose ot giving etlect to tho
expressed wish of the electors and tax-payers oi
the city, as above recited, . r
ne u oruaincu iy tno cny wunmi m i,uvj
Cairo t ...
Kr.rrii.Ml. 1 list Ilia Mavor uf the ctYhe.ftDd
he hereby Is authorize 1 and Instructed, to sub
scribe on behallot the city of Cfclro.to thecapllal
slock ol the Cairo and Ht. Loul Railroad Coin.
lAtiv, in the sum ol one hundred thousand dollar
said subscription lo Im iiniahle as hrrclnatlor
provided lori thatbonds of Ihe city shall bo Is
sued In piyment of laid subscription to I ho
amount of ninety. five thouaond dnllais. In such
juins'a. said company maydeslgnate,nidtondst9
Lear interest at the ral ot eight per cent, per an.
Hum, and to b pavahte In twenty years frnix
d.itn tlnreor, and that tho Mayor or tho cityi City
Clcik nnd City Comptroller lie, and thorare hero
by aiithoritcd and Instructed to sign and alllx the
seal ol tho city lo the same, and to deliver the
same to a trustee or trustees to Imi am.niit.t i.
theMa)orand City Council to be held by said
tiuilrvor trustees In rscro, and to be. delivered
lo sain Calm and HI. Louis Italiroad Company
upon thcfollowingcondltinns, vli t that tlm track
ot said road shall enter Alexander county at Its
nortlu rn limit, tion the lino dividing It fiom
Union county and shall boenrried upon the most
eligible route to the levers surrounding tho city
ol Cilro, nnd
"That ihe work shall bn commenced and prose
cuted from Ihe city of Cairo br the first day of
..f,.L-iiiijrr in, ., ami mv romi-ueu snail O0 COht
lelcd to thn county linn of Union countr br tlm
ay of Julv 172, Provided however, that thn
bonds of tho cltrefCairoahall lie naid to tlm s.i.i
Railroad Company on Ihe completion of each, flvo
miles ot Iherovblieil commencing at Cairo, said
amount to be paid pro rauas the oniountdone Is
In proportion tothewhole.wurlc to be done on the
mid bed In said Alexander county, said amount
to bs ascertained by asnrvey and an estimate of
tUn cost of the whole work in said county."
Provided, that Interest slitll not begin lo run
tiion any of the said bonds until the company
shall have become entitled to receive the said
bonds ; and provided further that In no case shall
there be Issued to said railroad company a jrratr
amount In tho Iwnda ol the city than Hfly per
centum ol tne cost la cash of any five miles ot
of said road bed, as shown by the certified
rneasurem ntaoflho engineer of said railroad,
p till aald railroad shall have been completed,
and that a jy surplus of said bonds not delivered
under this provision shall bo delivered to the
rid railroad company when the track thereol la
completed and the cars run thcreou Irom Cairo
to Hi. LooIj..
Approve I July l.'nd, mj.
JOIlN M. I.AN8DEN, Mayor.
AlLat M.J.IIOWLHY. City Clerk.
OllDIXAXCE. NOx 110.
An ordinance to autnonte ihe subscription of
iiisp.ws, io tne uairo aan vincenncs Railroad
tympany, anu tor otner purposes.
Whereas, bv an acrccmeut entered intu between
the Cairo and Vincennes Railroad Company and
the city of Cairo, and approved by Ihe City Coun
cil November ?'-h, 147, it Is provided that Ihe
stock amounting to lliu.'J be issued by the Cairo
and Vincennes railroad com any to the city for
the subscription of that amouut should be sold by
the city to ihe said company, upon certain con-
nonsas expresses maaiu contract and
Whereas. It Is understood that said comnanv
are willing to extnt the time for the issue of
said txmda and the commencement of thu pay
ment of Interest on the tame; thereforo
!l It ordained by the City Council of tho city
ol Cairo i
Section 1. That the Mayor of the cily be, and
he is nereby authoriied and Instructed to subscribe-
on behalf of thu City of Cairo to Ihe capi
tal stock cf Ihe Cairo and Vincennes railroad
company In the sum of one hundred thousand
dollars, raid subscription to 1 payable in bond,
nt the city as hereinaltcr provided fori that the
Mayor, 1'ily Clerk, and City Comptroller be, an t
they are hereby authoriied and Instructed lohavo
prepaied and to sign and seal bonds ol Ihe city
to tlio amount of one hundred thousand dollars,
lo Ui issued lo said railroad company, said bonds
to be In su hsutna asthe saldcompany mardc
slie, to Ix-ar intereit al the rate of (i per cent, jier
annum, nud to U. payable tsenly years after the
date thereof, with coupons attached for the pay.
inri.t of toe Interest seml-aniiallj onlhe same;
that the Mayor is htieby authorized and instruct
ed to take charx' of said bondawhen prepared,
signed sealed and ready fur delivery, and 1.
authorized and Instructed lo i .-llterthe urns lo
some rcsr-oniible tanking, lost or trust com-
.mr. trt (ice or trtntce i I "caic or reiiuing in
thecllyot ew orkor elsewhere, as miy bo
agreed upon by him atd said It. I rood company,
said tnds to t; held by said banking luaa or
trust company, trustee or trustees, in
escrow and tube delivered up; to Ihe said
Oil t and Vincennes railroad company,
when the said Cairo and Mncennoi rauroa.1 lias
been constructed, that is to tay has- been put in
gool ordinary running order, from the city of
Cairo, Illinois, to tlio olty ol Vincennes, Indiana,
and Iho cars shall havo run thereon, and not be
fore i provided, work on said road shall In re
sumeu 1V or oeiore ucvouer ii ncn, .u-i
road shall bo finished by orlieforetna first day
uf August. Is73, and provide 1 also that the inter
est accruing on Mid bond previous to their
livery to ald rauroai company, snau do. inuro
ii... i.r.rii i,r MAtd rallrooif comnanv. but the
cou-ons forallacorutd inlerestshall ledelached
frOIll Sail! IWIIUS IKUTIUU. Ml HTI. M
,.i.i niirnail ivinitiini and bo returned to aald
city of Cilro, so that Interest .hall not be paid or
accrue to said railroad company twfore Ihe lime
when said company snau oe rniiiicu .urrcciva
sa d binds according to Iho condition herein ex
It shall bo. and it Is hereby made tho
duty or the IxnVIng, loan, trust company or
ITU-flees, WHICH auail wi tuu.r. ui .v.
i...t,i aneli Litnli. as hereinbefore urovidcd, to
deliver up the said londs to said railroad coin,
panvtipon tho said company's issuing to said
city, andilellverlnicto said trustee one hundred
thousand wivJ,w) uoiiars ui i"";. u,.
rmirnod .-ninoanr. which said stock the said
.I. '. " I. .i.v'.iVnrli,l and directed lo sell
It U.I l U ,9 I'. 1 1 1 I - -- - . , ,
to avid railroad comjwiny fr ny tpoufrti,"i
i r iuwn i lionds so a thereby to
tarry out the provilons of tho agreement en
tered into Novomber tilth. l7, by and between
said city and saiu raiiroau company.
Approver nny IjASSDEN Joyor.
Altenti M.J. HOWLEV, Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 118.
An or.linanco in reference to tho Police force!
n It ordained by tho City Council of tho city
Hr.crins 1. Thnt two additional Police consta
bles be appointed who shall act as additional
nltlit watchmen, and who shall lw paid the samo
saiarr aa the other Police lionstablss.
. .. VAu.. ... l,..h.ll lu.llrl.l.l ntnihreo
nohco "districtii, the first to consist of all that
part of tho city below and sooth of Lighth streeti
Iho recond to consist of ull that part of the city
between Eighth and Klghtconlh streets-i and the
third of nil that pari of tl.e city nbovp and north
or Kighteeiith:trect s each of said dlstricU to bj
nitroficd by to of tho I'olico Constables In uch
umnnerui file Chief of Pclico may direct. ,
Sac. 3. That sectlou ot ;"Xn ordinance to
adont tho ordinances of Iho city of uilro ar
vlscilnnd codltled" 1 5 amended by adding after
tlio word "authorized," at tho end of tho sixth
lino ot said i jctloit the words, "by tlio City Coun-
CllA'provcd July 17th. 1871.
1 ' John M. I.AN3DF.N. Mavc.
Allest. M. J. How i nr. City Clerk. )v23dlCi;
WIJVKN AND MUCOUS.
W.M. II. SCI1UTTKB,
Imporlcr ntul Wliolvaolo Dcnlcr in
Agent for Iho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imiiorlcd Alea or Illtrerciit Klnan.
75 Ohio Levee,
H CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
McCOMBS, KELLER A- DRYNES,
Bccucssor to Adolphus Jlolor Col,
IMPORTERS AND JOBHEUS IN
IIAKDWAltK AND CUTLERY,
Nos. 100 nnd 102 N. Main-st.,
a T. LOTJia, MO.
ORDEUfi H0LIC1TJ 0.
Ve hv resolution of tlm I ity
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