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TIKI TABLE OF Til K ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. 1?
Oo tnJ afl'T funJkjr, Ma Hlh, 111, the follow-
jgtire-tab "I" B 'Til Hi' amai ana depart
ure of p!r lialn lit Cairo:
rnW-W I train, dally ........... llilJp.m
Exrre.s, lil 2.45 run.
jrrutf-Usi'.dslly - 3:30 a.m
Eirr "I". except Sunday 3.30 p.m.
Aliaccsh 11 " regular hi. i.ouii train Is taken oil
itlh triu c cut l Cairn will hate throngli car
fr St. LonI", Mcn win i taken through from
pu.li d by Retrains on the liellcvllle road. Di
trWaol t!oc connection will be mad at Du
qsoiB, anJ thr will be no change or car from
Cairo u $1. Lnnii.. The train leaving Cairo at
I IS m.i"lh,a throiigli tlceplngear lor Ml.
Luit The attention of shippers It especially
wiled l tb'I'l ' Frult K press train will
1. in Cairo daily, Saturdays expected, and will
Biieli run from Mi" dy - Chicago In twenty,
i.o boon. JAS. JOHNSON, Agent.
'QuVclEsf KOUTEFKOM SOUTH "
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
Si Loci, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New Vork, Boston,
TOIN'TS EAST AND "WEST.
psMecrer traltu srrire at snd leave Cairo as fol
Aaaivi 3i3Ua.m ........... 3i30 p.m.
IiriT. IlllSa.rn .... 3l45 p.m.
SoUi traisi connect at Centrtha with train on tne
Fist, DMitur. Bloomlnftcn, Kl Paso, I.a Halle,
XecdoU, frefport, Oaleni, Dubuque, and
all points In Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, A'lsoonsln anil
Iota. And Hh
Lints running F-at and Wet for
lad at Cbieago with Mlchizan Central, .lichlgan
boefciftc. and Pitnours. Fort Waynt
&i CBicaco Railroads lor
Dtt, aertland, Imnlclrk.
AIUbt, B-i-ton, I'hlladeiphla,
ViuaafalU. line UuKalo.
For throo"h lickf ti aad (nformill m, apj ly to
UtiaMi Cisut! lUilrojJ Lvd'jL
to. i: Johnson,
Ctnrral Ptfrmcrr Agoit, CIiIcsko.
J. JOIINrO.N, Ak-nt, C.iro.
MOUND CITY AND CA1KO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Caft. William H. Sanhui-ky.
FOUR TRTI'.S EVKKY
t or iura imtr.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At..... 1 l-.ii.
At 5 P.M.
Lkavk Mm. City,
At 8.30 a.m.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 2.30 I'.m.
At C.30 v.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
nor tactort, hawk's landino, ky,
Hul'ia or CACHE, MAIilNE WJLVh,
. ANTlINAVY yakd.
UTATCH FEEE, and J30 a day sure, no hum
jy A4lrn with lUmp, I.A'iTA A CO,
1 nnn?fllK A0ENT,j WANTKOHlshfit
I Clnmi.lnn IIMl In T,ri.inlMin. ..!,,. I
c,iabmatii-irdi0nnt. A New I1au, circuUra
trt. AiHr... m. I.sfayette Hyrn. Vi cedar I
awt, St York. jyl3wlt
T" VoTn"S' 'r, 0.l,J!,.?;l.,c!'k-,;',
i.ilcuar,ia vrm.-iix tnonihs, iach. sm.
fj appituii,. os or Moro octoir 7th, Ml.
adlre "' Ir Kor i-rtlcinr
G- -VT. STEWAET,
Atliac Wan ofl.aw Faculty,
-"3 .NORTH brd St, ST. LOUIS, MO.
ICE VHKAH SAI.OO.V.
Tf'n m-n, . ,
a-'1- CRF.AM I nnv
via J, A L.N U K,
""Slknuk..,,. ., ..............
He 1 1. u.,.
--.lUej-Mil, , tlBl.i,.,,,,.
'--llLlRlOlt PAltTIES SUPPLIKI)
JESS'.'"' public 1. .e.pec.fullv
NO. 160 WASHIKf.Ti.v
.v., y KJJjy
Has CD band
FIJfE STOCK OF WATCH KS,
s CLOCKS, JEAVELRY, ETC.
nHllcotar atUnlloo glteu lo
MPAIBING FINE WATCHES.
Tbe largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
at the A vlnm Ma-on. I'.H. "r' ' l"'
urdar In encli month. .
.(;a.o tMiMH. .V. HI.- 8"fr ConvoontlonM
Ma.onlcllall.lhe-..nd rrlday In each month.
c.i. Cinrim. 'ti-anlar Convocation
at JlJion." Hall. ' "' f'1 ''' f "'"
m ntli. . . ,. . , ,. ..,i.. arnn.
munu ations n't JUsonifl Hall, tho arconil nnl
foiirlli ilonilajaoleaoti nioiilh.
Iuita Iihoi, No.6 F. J A. M. KeRiilar Com
munleatinns at Maonlc Hull -lrt and third
Thuriilay m eacn inonin
ALrtiMira Iiir. S.I. Jlei-ls In Odd Felkw'n
Hill, in Art r'a 11ml Jlaac, erery Thnriday. even,
Uiii, at o,clojl.
Mif(ii. V lo CotoWvs
Dealer In nil kinds of
STAPLE AIS'D FANCY
l'nrnipr'N Vnril nntl Ntnbllna;
Cor. WaOiiiglon-av. and Twcntieth-st.,
(VI HO, ILLINOIS.
l'ubllkhcd every innrnlnK, Monday cx
-Judge Crawford Is in Iho city.
Alderman "Wnlder has gone back on
-l'oliccman Sumner lias tho cbUls and
Very liberal u'. :riptions aro being
made to tho proposed Tomer ball.
William Cahil, an old citizen of Cairo.
died at his residenco yesterday.
East India preserve" at Jorgenscn's.
Shriver's oyster ketchup nt Jorgcn
Oerulno Spanish olives at Jorgon-
Imported London biscuits at JorKcn-
Tho best fruit jars in tho world for
salo at Parson . D.wis & Co., on Tenth
Imported gherkin;, chow-chow, picca-
lillo and onions, at Jorgonscn's.
Anchiovis, in pickle, oil or salt, at
Mason's iruproved fruit jars with glass
tops, sold by Parson?, Davis & Co.
Go to Pnnon, Davis & Co's friut-jar
emporium, Nos. 5 and 7, Tmith street.
One thou:inil fruit jurs, cheaper than
over, for fall) by Pnrson, Davis & Co.
-Gunvn jelly and l!unia prunes at.Jor
Lltbi's celebrated extract of meat at
Wo gunranteo the glnu top jars ns the
best. Pursons, Davis A; Co.
Imported London Club and AVor
chestcrahire tauce, at .lorgcnson'.
Tho old, reliable Groovo ring fruit
jura only $1.M) a dozen and scaling wax,
for Bale by Pur-ons, Davis A; Co.
Tho order of Good Templars which
collapsed komo time since, Is to be immed-
lOtC U rOVIVCU.
,. . . , .
" ho urchase of a lot and tho building
f . .. . , Miirstion In Odd.
Follow circles of this city.
Tho Sun suggests a talmory in Cairo,
Wo suggest Grant to run it. Is tho editor
of '" enlorprlilnB enough to furnish
his hide to tliu enterprise?
,. Al. , , , , .
Hon. H. atson W ebb hi i nrrived at
J0me , ()j ElnU) of prMcrvatlon from
thu high old tinvo nt Chicago over tho
opening of tho Illinois canal.
Tho profound silence ol the knowing
ones on tho ubjcctJof tho Cairo anil Vin
CiMiiilj railroad is creating considerable
uneiuineis in tho public mind.
Mary Clavln was arrested for disor
ii i . .i i ,
derlv conduct, yesturday, and was fined $5
. . , , , ,. .
nnd cost, in dufnuli of thu pavment of
... . .. . I .
which she was tent to McIIalo for eleven
-Kiiv. Mr. Thompson, piistor of tho M.Knr(l, nra,A named A.M.
K. church of this city, wi.l not attend tho
Ucaicatlon or tho lint Kidgu church, next
Sunduy, us he propost l doing, but will re-
main anu preacu irom iih own pulpit at
10 O Clock a. III.
Tlwru Is now no cluuigo of cars lo
tween Cairo mid St. Louis, or between
vain, nnd Chicago. l.iegnnt drawing
room sleejilng cars run on all night trains,
-Kgo is cnojueii tiirough to all Im-
pertain points. H
Ohio lovee morci.ai.ls nro imitated
over tho presence of so many cars on tho
track of the Illinois central tho 'blockinc
"I1 oi tuu lUVtiO and pro)OS0 to prt-SOUl
a pelitloti to the railroad authorities pray-
ing that the iiu!ai.cii by abntod.
If the .Vim ever pou u,r.,ni. .1,1.
that blue bibbon that has wmethliig to do
with Mr. Safford, of tho City National
lank, what will tho Sun do for a itandlnt:
. , - o---"i -ll l IIOSII'
-j m. up another.
puMie cut, ;:,FT ,'l',n,, 'lf. 01,1
ir.nn.i . no corner of Four,
toenth trWit ,ltla (.,
H i In i.ied r mv":,M "venuo
tho public cisterns in lho city Jl
Vl'iaa aiititi .
-J.J. Thomas has fitted .... ,..
lately occupied bv W. (; w,.,n,t...
Commercial avenuf, where ho is dtiln'r'''
goou buiinees. Go and n o blm ami ..w
him a -ir.nl. ii,. i. . .1 ' ." . Klv.'!
kinds of b . ..I."., w W1
doe It well iuwlfP nc, ,na
uv" it will,
THE CAIRO LAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
Another very inlorcsllng letter from
"J. U. E.T." will bo found on tho second
pago of this issue of Tiik Hullf.tin. "J.
U. E. T." says, in a pnvato note, that ho
would havo n very pleasant tlmo in Now
England if it was not so "blasted cold,"
you know. Ho expects Hytlop to bo with
him this week.
Tho most popular shoo shop In town Is
on 20th strcot oppo Kc t'.io court houso
hotel, .whoro Win. Efilers, manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warran
ted to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guarantees to glvo
cntlro satisfaction. Call on him and jou
will know how it is yourself. jy20tf.
Clias. II. Evans, Washington avenuo
bctweon Eighth and Ninth streets, has on
hand a splendid stock of family grocer
rlcs of all kinds, which ho is soiling at tho
lowest prices. IIo is determined to bo
not undorsold, and challenges compari
son of tho quality of hit goods with any
houso In the city. tf
Another groat raco between John
Hocpplo's bay horso and James Kynas-
ton's roan inaro will bo run at 6 o'clock
p.m., Saturday, July 29, on tho track a lit'
tlo beyond Thirty-fourth strcot. Stakes
One hundred dollars. jy27t3
Jack Winter will now run tha New
Delmonico Ilotel In his own proper per
son. Winter is at homo in tho hotel bus
iness, and will mako tho New Dolmonico
even moro famous for its good entertain
ment, fino liquors and cigtrs, than it is
Marshal Hates, is a colored gcntlcmnn,
tho husband of a black woman, and has
boon wooed from fidelity to his mar
riage vows by tho wiles of a mulatto
girl. 3Irs. Hates, as a matter of course,
revolted at this condition of affairs, and
gave Mr. Hates a pioco of her mind,
whereupon ho procci led to flog her, for
which offence ho was arrested by Shoehan
and 11 nod by Ilrois $20 and costs.
Officer Sumner called at Thk Bulle
tin office last night to inform us that tho
report that ho intended to pay tho fino of
tho fast woman in connection with whom
bis name was yosterday mentioned in tho
police court is a base slander. He wishes
the public to understand that ho is not
such an officer. Tho peculiar and cmbar
rosslg position in which Mr. Surnncr has
been placod, requires that tho mayor and
council should investigate tho reports con
cerning him and clear his reputation if ho
Judge Green concluded his argument
in the Arlck -vs. the Illinois Central enso
yestorday morning. Thoso who listened
to it say it was a splendid effort. Ho was
followed by Mr. Williams, who spoke un
til the adjournment of tho court, at half
past fivo p.m. Mr. Williams is an argu
mentative Bpoakor of grc.t nbility, and
made a marked impression on tho jury.
This morning Mr Linegar will conclude
tho argument of tho casn for the plaintiff,
and will spread himself.
Tho literary juryman with red whis
kers is, we aro inform' ', named Topple.
He is engaged in somokind of business in tho
city tho insuranco business, wo believo
Wo 00 him nn apology. Ho has not
been putting in bis timo while on tho jury,
reading tho New-York Weekly. It was
tho New-York Ledger, a fact which proves
him n gentleman of fino literary attain
ments. Tho charades, enigmas and "An
swers to Correspondents," nro a feast for
any juryman sitting on a sweaty corn and
William Alba's barber shop is grow
ing in public favor every day. It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skillful workmen in tho city. Tho pro
prietor has had many yourj' oxporianco in
his business and is recognized asonoof the
most export shavers In Southern Illinois,
whilo young Alba is k master In his pro
fession. Citizens and strangers who wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronizo Alba. His shop is on Commer
cial avonuo next door to Hannon's news
AVo receive letters daily complimont-
ing Tue Uullktin on its improved up-
pearanco since it donned its last now
dross. Hero is a specimen: " I lnustcom
plimcnt you on tho improved appearance
of Tiik Uui.lkti.v sinco you havo com
menced tuklng tho dispatches and put on
ii now dress. Tho merchants of Cairo
ought to reward your enterprise byt n
least making It self-sustaining, nnd I hopo
they do." Wlillo it is true that our pa
tronago has increased considorablr since
wo added to our columns tho attraction
of tho latest telegrams, it is also truo that
ot ttio latest toiograms, ii is also iruo inai
, , . , . ,
thoaddltlonal pitronago dons not equal
, 1, . ., , ,,
tho Increaso which tho publication of tho
di,pilcUl(., )m, mnio itl our expenses.
C,,.1 ....lira n,n nn onnnt .f llio
Kevnnil vimrs hi'd nn nrront of Lho
Morr,, cmoc-ziea $2,500 and left Mis-
b0ur for vatU unknown. On Monday
i,0 arrived in Cairo and toleirranhed to tho
lCur of tho road iu tho name of R. S
Kumnami Itirinlrinf what rnwiril would
i i i- o
bo given for the apprehension of Morris.
Tho officers suipocting that Sampson and
Morris woro ono nnd tho samo porson,
tulcgraphod to Sheriff Irvln o nrrosr him.
Tho Shoriff took Chiof Myers into his
confidence nnd tho two scoured tho city
but cou,d find no clue of lbo -U-PcoleJ
man' 0n "Wednesday night Myors was
' Horbort's saloon, when a stranger on-
lorou u,,u nnmuoiatoiy apunou uiiu
M Morris and arrested him. When
questioned by tho Shoriff he admitted tho
soft impeachment, and on the midnight
trnl" wn' on ,,U WSy' ln cu,tody of 8ho-''ff
Irvln' to St. Louis, whoro ho was handod
over to mo jirui.ur uiucvrg. irviu rj-
Several interesting ensci wcro tried
before J udgo Bross yesterday. Tho inot
Interesting was thnt of n bawd named
I utio AS'liitakor, who was charged witli
drunken and dlsordorly conduct. Ono
wltnuis sworo that flio entorod the office
of tho Commercial hotel at 12 o'clock at
"'K"t drunk nnd
night drunk nnd noisy. AVhoii told to go
"bout hor business or sho would bo nr
I rotMlt tha oUroiX hu would go when
. ' mu
" to fear from tho pollco, because offl
w Kumnor wat hor follow" and would
protect )l(!r. Wo know that, tho tongue
r.t.. . u. ,.u..j ..a .1...
aho may hnvo dono offlcor Suinnor n great
Injustice, but tho Mayor cannot allow
such n pointed roflsctlon on ono of his
officers to go unnptioi nnd is In duty
bound to ascortnln tho truth or falsity of
thobawd'a words. If thoy nro false, Mr.
Sumnor should not bo pormlttcd to rest
under tho cloud of suspicion which this
Incident has created, but if thoy nro truo
ho should bo removed lrom i forco.
Mr. Lansdon was olectod to roform abusoi
in the pollco administration of jbo city
and should bo truo to his mission.
To Contractors. Flam and specifics
tlons may bo seen at tho store of II. Moyer,
tobacconist, noxt door to his old stand, on
Ohio lovee, for tho building of a now brick
building on the slto of his old establish,
mcnt llids will bo oponcd at twolvo
o'clock, Monday, July 81, 1871. Tho
right to reject any or all bids is reserved.
Cairo, III., July 27, 1871. d3t.
Attention, Evkryhody. 1 will offer
for sale, on Saturday, July 28, at 9J
a.m, at my storeroom, 105 Commercial av
enuo, a largo assortment of new socond
hand furniture, consisting of bodsteads,
bureaus, tables, safes, etc.) also, a .largo lot
drugs, prescription case, clothing, boots,
shoes, groceries, etc.
For Balk. At a bargain, n Davis' sow
ing machine. Hri neror boon used; is
ontircly new ; also, a now $80 Wilcox &
Gibbs, singlo thread, loop-stitch, sewing
machine Enqulro at tho
Dissolution ok PAnTNi:niuip--Tho
copartnership heretofore oxistlng bctweon
John "Wood and Arthur lloyle in tho'
packing and provision business is hereby
dissolved by mutual consent. John Wood
aiono is authorized to conoci an monies
due said firm, nnd will pay all dobts con
tracted by said firm. Tools, slaughtor
house, etc., are by mutual consent the
property of A. lloyle.
John Wood,' '
Cairo, 111, July 2L.1871. jy27t3.
Dissolution of Copartnership. The
copartnership heretoforo existing botween
tho undcrsignod in tho " Now Delmonico"
is this day dissolved by mutual content.
William Winter assumes ull debts owing
by said firm, and collects all bills duo to
John H. Kelly.
Cairo, July 20, 1871.
Our Kailroad Ihtebest. The present
encouraging cvidonccs jf railroad pros
perity should induce every citizon of Cairo
to patronize Frod. Thcobold, who has re
turned to the city and taken charge of his
popular tonsorial palace, on Sixth street,,
between Ohio levee and Commercial nv-
cnuo. Fred, is a master in his business,
with a reputation that oxtonds far and
wide. He employs only tho most skillful
workmen. His razors aro sharp, his tow
els fresh and sweet, and his barber-shop as
clean and bright as a new nln. GivoFrod
a call, all for tho sake of auld lang sync.
Phillip Bauuh is master of his trado,
and warrants nil of his work to be of tho
very lest material nnd manufacture; guar
antees a complcto fit and ontlro "atisfac-
tion, Is not confined to any particu. stylo,
but makes every variety of boots and shoes
from the hi viott cowhldo to tho finest
French calf and morocco. IIo also kcops
a largo stock on hand, of Ai's own'tnanufae-
lurr, and any ono desirous or purchasing
good custom work cheap, should call on
him at his shop on Eighth St., south side,
near corner of Ohio levee. Cairo. dtf
IIkmahle and Safe. Dr. Henrv
Boot and Plant Pills aro mild and please
nnt In their oneratlon. vet thorough, pro-
duclng no nausea or griping. Heing en-
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with.-
out rccard to diot or business. Thoy
arouso tho livor and secretive organs into
healthy action, throwing off dlscaso with -
out exhausting or debilitating the system
Try them and you will bo satisfied
Fricc25 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers In medicino ovcrywhero
Prnparcd by tho Grafton Medicine Co, St
Louis, Mo. myOdra
Hoos. Tho board of Aldermen having
ordered mo to proceed to tho enforcement
of tho hog Impounding ordinance, after
.giving thrco day's notico, I hereby notify
tho public that on and after Saturdoy
noxt I will impound all hogs found run-
I.... at Itkv.m In aim al-Aftfa rtf llin rfiv
contrary to tho provisions of tbo ordi
nance. A. Cain, City Marshal.
Cairo, July 25th, 1871.
AVeiss Beek. Charley Schonotnoyer,
nf 111., PVvntinn B.innn. la In rnnalant re.
colptofn full supply of tho purest and
freshest AVciss Boer a beverage fit for a
lords Bxhlliaritinir without intoxIcatlnK,
cool uad delicious lust tho drink to flcht
tho dog-days with. Besides Weiss Beor,
whlcli ho makes a specially, ho has also
" a,,B"i."?11C,.'.tt f Wi"9' 1U
Over $16,000 worth of boots and
Wm. Ehlors, nt his shop on 20th street
is Slut iiiunuiuevurini; oycry variety 01
...I ... fill'
Louis and shoes from ironuina French rnlf
(ho uses no otbor kind) which he sells
rovly inado or inudo to order a,t price
thai defy competition. jy20tf.
AVo call tho attention of our renders to
tho card describing Dr. Rattinger's fomily
medicines. Thcso medicines aro no pat-
cntorquacK preparations, out the result
of spoclal study and cxperienco of a rngu-
lar physician' jy25dwlw.
China, quoenswnrc, cullory, lamps,
glasswnro of all kinds, fruit jars, silver
plated waro, best quality and reduced
prices nt Parsons, Davis ii Co'., Nob. 0
nd 7. Tenth stroet. jy25d2w
Gcnuino walnut and m broom ketch
upsj at Jorgonscn's, jy2Ctf
To Mother and Nurses. Mrs whiU
comb's Syrun for Diarrhea, dec. in child-
rcnwhoth(jr Induced by tcotblng or other
uiop to vuu aaiCBl BUU DOJt rotuouy,
shoes, nt manufacturer's prlcos, for thirty stopped off here and BOjbr.biifclliyjaU.
days, at Elliott, Haythorn & Co,'s. Goods: J Dco dopmTUd,wltU ,-funm"'r'
by the case or single pair, for cash, at cash TJe KrIIo ftUorln her WcWperr so
price, at 140 Commercial avenuo. H bollovod i,
JULY 13, 1871. ' 1 i
Tax Payers, Take :Notick. The city
tax book, for 1871, has boon placed in tsy
hands, nnd I shall at once procood to tho
collection of tho taxes. At tho expiration
of thirty days tho dolinquont tax-list will
bo published, nnd tax-payers will savo
troublo lo thcrasolvcs nnd tho city by act
ing promptly on Hits notico.
Jos. 1). Taylor, City Colloctor.
Cairo, July 24, 1871.
Auocst Fourth. The Free Benev
olent Sons of America, will turn out on
August tho 4th, at Flora Garden. All are
cordially Invltod to attend. Tho speak
ers will bo: Messrs. J. Gladnoy, J. J.
Bird, G. W. Ellis and othors. Admittance:
Adults, 25 cents: Children, 10 cents. By
order of the commiltoe.
Normal W. Wimh,
dw Wm. Flkrnoy.
Uklmbold'h Extract Sarsaparilla it
tho great blood purlflor: thoroughly
cleanses nnd renovates tho cntlro system.
and readily enters into tho circulation 'of
tho blood; after purging with Uelmuoi.db
Grape Pills, tho foul humors that havo
accumulated in tho tyttem for years
Both nro carefully prepared according to
tho rules of pharmacy and cbomlstry and
aro thoroughly reliable. A lest of 19 years
has proved this. Try thorn.
St. IS iciiolas. Day boardort can so
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formorly tho St. James) at 14 per
wook. Tho houso is at tho cornor of Ohio
lovco and Eighth street, a central location.
and is propriotorod by Harry walkor,
tvim ia Alva to tha want of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn torms on Inquiry at tbo office.
New Photooraph Gallery. We n
tlco that Mr. J. J. Thomas has flttod up
tho rooms lately occupied by 'W. O.Worlh
ington in very good style, and, as an artist,
is doing excellent work that should ontltlo
him to a fair share of patronage.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS 1 1 1
Fivo hundred dozen, No. 1, Tin RUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK 8T0RF, at ILOO
par dozen. Largest whoictalo, Kand rotall
stocic in mo city. .
URKKLKY H a AT la K.
Wanted -Situation by a -young man
rilling to do any kind of work. Address
S. A. 0. at this office. Jy-Cdlt,
1 . . i ,
Xindlino. 500 " class boxes " for salo
at,0 cents each. W. W. Thornton.
Steamer Arkansas Belle, Evanivlllo.
" 11. a. Turner, JNcw urioant.
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
SusioSilvor, St. Louis.
" Illino'". Columbus.
" James F.sk, Jr Paducah.
" Spray, Memphis.
Bello St. Louis, Vicksburg.
Steamer Arkansas Bollo, Kvansville.
II. a. Turner, Ijouisviho.
Bee, New Orleans.
Tobo nurt, Hickman.
' Susie Silvor, Now Orleans,
Jas.'Fisk, Jr., Paducf'v.'
Bello St. Louis, S . L. is.
110AT8 TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Steamer Julia, Vicksburg.
11 uity or u noiter, ai. i.ouis.
11 Salle, Fort Smith.
" James Fisk, Jr- Taducah.
Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" John Xumsde'n, Evansville.
M. J. Wicks, -New Orleans.
The Ohio is still falling at this point,
and in a few days will bo so low as to give
I - -. i . . .
Xho woathor, yosterday, was cloudy,
vritb irood indications of rain, . .
Tolograms will uo.iouna below, giving
I tho Btago of tho rivers at different places
Business good. JJoats receiving ana uis
charging their cargoes gavo tbo lovco a
1 vory animated appearance
Tho Arkansas Bolle arrived, with a very
good trip, consisting of 8 boxes eggs, 3 bbl
egg's, 13 hhd. tobacoo, 60 bbl. whisky. 1,935
sacks corn, and 174 bbl. neur for New Or-
loans, and 61 bags wheat, 30 bdl. follows,
arid go bales ihayi for 'Memphis ; and) for
St. Louis 00 bdl. wagon material, 13 boxes
I handles, 1 mower; and for Cairo 401 bags
I wheat and 4 hhd. tobacco.
Ti10 u, g, Turnor came up flying light-
gholwill load ogain at Loulsvlllo for Now
Tho Susio Silver came oat drawing
nearly six feet. She -robbed- hardat
Greenloa. t, and roports p f,et there. Sho
filled out hero with all she could carry.
Tho Spray, from Memphis, Iwss light.
Tho James Fisk brought a good trip,.
hadi.00.bbli. flbn'r and 14 iihUs'tobaeeo
for row urioans; e cauutos wpacco anu
fourbutts tobacoo for Memphis;-, bhds,
for St. Louis, and 130 sacks wheat and C
-" voncco ior ; iairo. i JM
Tw0 Bollo St. Louis was, light, Sho dia
charlod 75 boxes peari for Citt and 4(
I irvVM VWISkWsl fnJ fflKtAAaVA , flk A TVstSaCnWAfl , O
fow tons St. Louis freights. Capt. Blako
olon'of the western waters. Bho will have
to boat 3 davs, 18 hours and. 20 minuto'
.1 ' . ' k ' ... 1-
iim.i.oi T.iiil ' ' I in '
-i i ... . . . .
iJiirtng tno pst year tnaro wero snippoa
from! Pittsburg to Cairo and points below.
80,0fo,000. busbpl. ,of uh nMPiffl
A 1 "...I.-.. -
It is reported that H19 bandsomo iCap
v,ft,i Tjocker. of this cltv. is4 contomnlat.
ing mntrlmony wRh4 a .youngt widow,
Maylsuccess attend him.
BY TELEGRAPH. . ... ir,
Little Rock. Auk.. Julv 27. AVeath-
or warm nnd clear ji rivor fallen 3 feet
- , :... tf .
bolow and .2Q inches above, t I '
Arrived Mary Boyd.
Dopartod Dardanollj Memphis ; Major
John Ames. : 1
Civcinkati. Julv '2? ie river has
faliea ono inch. There- Is six feet' fix
inches of1 water In tbo channol. Weather
cloudy. Thormometor-7 J" 'n last
COMHINfllON AND rOttWAIlDINO.
W.Btratton. T. Him.
BTHATTON & 13I11D,
(fJucccssora to Btratton, Hildaon A Clark.)
. COMMISSION MEllCHANTS,
57 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois.
ajT-Agenla of American Powder Co., ami man.
racial era agents for cotton yarn. jy7dtf
CLOSE ti VINCENT,
M KHC II A NTS.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner ElRhth Nlreet nnd Ohio Levee
80 Ohio Lovco,
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
, - H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commcrcial-avc.
MILJiER, &. PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats", Hay, etc.
68 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Successor lo I'aiker At Fhllli',)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
s Flour. Meal. Bran.
. - .
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
OA I HO, ILL.
J. 51. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Buccessora to 1 II, Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
IvAlltl, IS.U. ;
LlDraiyAi,ntes made upon
' . . 4fs-
Are preparad to reearira, store aad forerard
freights to all points and buy nnd
sell on couuulssiou.
Wlluslness attended lo promptly.
(Huccessor ot Aycrs A Co.)
General Commission, Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
. . r
Hi J j-iOECSXEINUOUSE,
Cor. Mipffc SMast t!iHerelaa.av.
1 aWTCIean Towels and
' stvltiadiea' and children's lialr "cut and attain
pooed, )thert the shop or at their own homos.
ssVOeatlomen's whiskers and hair dyed (n a
clsDtftc manner. Batlslsctlon guaraateed.
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do all kind of plam and ornk'
BION WIIITINP",, ICm
At Bfurei which defy all coropUon nd ,n
highest style tf tho painter! art.
rl SI40P IN THK PBBBY EOUSE,
1 mn-,''Sl ' i
ORDINANCE NO. 120.
An ordlnnncn to milhorltu a auliacrititlon otllOO,
010 to tho Cairo and Ht. Louis H.u Itond Com
pany. Whcreai, hy rcnolullon of tlm City Council of
Ihecity ofCnlrn, ndnpted on March -7, Infi, it
wm orilereii.tnai nr. eieciiou 1,0 iield on Apr I w,
1M, in the r-cveral wnnls of thcclly r.r tin, pur
0"onf RicerlnlnlnK the wlAhea of tho lotom of
he citj ol Cairo 1 1,-Tfgnnl toa ilihscllplloti of
SlUOnm to tho capital clock of tho Cnuo r.ml H.
mw Hall lto.vl Compwy, anil
Whereas, an election va held in pursuance of
stKh rnolutlon nnd tho icturns of the aaino wen)
laid liclore tlie my uouncii m , Fpcqini lucent 1
held on Jlny aro, n'i "" iwearei
that f.7.1 votes wcrn east In favor ol said sulicrip.
tion and 10 naa'nit II, and thcrcOn the City Coun- !
ell declared said election carried In furor of sal I ,
subsnrlptlon, nnu in-iniv" '. u ..I'.iimiu;- .-ni'
miltee loprepata nnd submit to said council the
nereuary ordinance to carry Iho result of said
election into ilftcl i and
Whereas a provisional cnira-;i ,'" " ' "
lured Into between the. aid Uuro and Ht. Lulls
Itoilroad Company and responsible contractors
lor the construction of said road, based upon the
subscriDllona heretofore nuthorlred to Id) made to
tho capital atock of said coinii.iny by counties,
clllei mid towns alonj the line of said road i
mere torn rorthe ourposo 01 givinK eiieri 10 wio
cipruSKcd wish 01 thu elector and lax piyern ot
Ihe ulty, ns noo recited,
no 11 oruameii uy ino uuy uouncu 01 inuvn) ui
kccrinxl. Hiat I Im Mnvor of the city I.e. nod
lie licrclijr In mil hot lie 1 and Instructed, lo eiil
scrilioou bchallot the city of Cairo, to the capital
flock id the Cairo and Kt. Louis llallroad Com.
u.inv. In ihe sum ot one hundred thousand dollar
aid subscription to bo parable as herelnallcr
provided lor I that bond of tho city ahall be Is
ailed In pyment of ,aid subscription to the
amount of ninety-five thouaond dollats, In siith
sums'a said company inaydoslgnate,.uld tonds to
bear Inlorcsl ni (lie rate oi eigiu por cent, per an
num. nnd 10 bo payable In twenty years from
late inereoi, ami mibi ioo .najor oi me ciiy, my
Clerk and City Comptroller be, and therare here
by authorised and Instructed to sign and allU the
Seal OI 1110 city lu ill" nainu, ana lo deliver ino
nun to a trustee or trusleis to be appointed by
the Mayor and City Council to bn held by said
liusieoor irusiee in escro, ami iu im ueiiverea
lo salu Calio anil hi. ioui lunroau cotnpan
upon the following con Jltions, vis : that thufrbe
of said load shall enter Alasandcr county at Its
norlhirn limit, upon the linn dividing It fintn
Union county and shall be carried upon the mo.t
iL-lble route to Iho levees ar 'rounding the city
o i:.lro, nnd
"That the work ahall lie commenced and prose,
toted from the tlly ef Cairo by the first Jay of
November U7I, and the road-bed shall be com
Cleted to the county lino of Union county by me
rslday of July 17., Provided however, thai the
bonda of tho city of Cairo shall lo paid to the snid
Ilillroad Company on theccmplailonofeach five
miles ot thoroad.bed commencing at Cairo, said
amount lo bo paid pro rata a tho amount done Is
In proportion to the w hole,work to bo done on tho
road l.-.l In said Aleiandtr county, a aid amount
to be ascertained by a survey and an e.llmate of
the cost of the whole work lu said county.9'
Provided, that Interest shall not begin to run
npon any of the said bonds until the company
shall have become entitled to receive the said
bonds; and provided further that in no cam ahall
there be tattled to said railroad company a grsalnr
amount In the bonds ol Iho city than fifty per
centum of tnn coat I caahof any five miles ol
of said road bed. as shown by the certified
measurement of the engineer of said railroad,
until said railroad shall have been completed,
and that any surplus of said bonds not delivered
under Ibis provlslen shaW be delivered to tha
srld railroad company when the track thereof Is
completed and the cars run thereon I rem Cairo
to Hi. I,ouis..
Approved July 22nd.1i71.
JOHN M. I.ANSDKN. Mayor.
DWI.KY. City Clerk.
Attest! M.J. HOW
ORDINANCE. NO. 119.
An ordinance lo antnonre the subscription of
1 101,1 J to the Cairo and Vlncenncs iuilroad
company, ami or oilier purposes.
Whereas, by an agreement entered Into between
the Cairo and Incennes iuilroad Coiipany
the city of Cairo, and approve.fby Ihe City Ci
cil November Wth, u,7. It Is provided
stock amounting to IKU.UJO Ik Issued by the Cairo
ana vincennes railroad company to tne city or
the subscription of that amount should bo sold by
ine city to iiiesaiu com
ditions as expressed in
Ihe city to ihe said company, upon certain con-
tions as expresses in aaiu contract ana
Whereas, It Is understood that said company
are williOK to cxt-nd the time for tho Issue of
said bonds and Ihe commencement of tho pay
ment of Interest on the same; therefore
He It ordained by the City Council of the city
ot Cairo :
Hectlon 1. That tho .Mayor or me qlty be, and
he Is hereby authorized and Instructed to sub
scribe on Udislf of the City of Cairo to the capi
tal stock of Hie Cairo and Yincinnes railroad
company in trie sumoi one nunure i inotisann
dollars, said subscription to be payablo in bonda
nt the city as hereinsllcr provided for, 'Ihst thd
Mayor, City Clerk, and Ciiy Comptroller be, and
they are hereby authorised and lntructdtohavt
prepaied and lo stun and seal londs ol the city
to tne amount of one hundred thon.and dollar.,
to l.i issued to said railroad company, said tonds
to be in such sums as the said company may de
sire, to lar intereat at tho rale of per rent, per
annum, and to l payablo twenty years after (he
date thereof, willi coupons attached for the pay.
ment of trie Interest seml-anually onthe same;
that the Mayor is hereby authorised and Instruct
rd to talm charge cf said bonds when prepared,
sinned scaled and ready for delivery, and Is
authorised and In.tructedto diiivrr the same to
some responsible tarikinii, loan or trust com
r,any, trusteo or trustees locaien or rciiuinif in
ho city ol Neva York or elsewhere, a insy bo
raid Innds to lo held by1 said banking loan or
trust company, trusU-o or trustees, In
escrow and to be delivered up; to tha said
Cairo and V.ncennos rallnd company,
when the raid Cairo and Vincennes railroad has
been constructed, that Is to lay has len put In
(tool ordinary running order, from theoltyof
Cairo, Illinois, lo tha city ol Vincennes, Indiana,
and Ihe cars ahall have run thereon, and not be.
fore: provided, work on said road shall U re
sumed by or before Uctobsr 1st next, and said
road shall lie fmlshtUby or before tne first day
o( August, 173, and provide 1 also that the Inter--it
accruing on aaid bond previous to their
delivery to ald railroad company, shall not inure
to tho benefit of snid railroad company, but the
couiions for all aocrued Interest shall be detached
from said lionds previous to their delivery to
.aid railroad Company and bo returned to said
city of Cslrn, ho thaWnteresl shall not be paid or
accrue to said railroad company before the tlmo
when aaid company shall be entitled to receive
said bonds according to tho condition herein ex.
crested. ... , ...
fcee. 2. It shall be. and it is hereby made Ihe
agreed upon by him anu aula uauroaa company,
duty o: (he banking, loan, trust company or
iruatees, which suai. uo tuo-cu m .,rvMrv. ...
t,n,i, in.ls. a. liMrelnhefore urovided. to
drtiterup the said Iwnds to said railroad com.
...- I,a nmr.anv'H Isslllne to said
cllr, and delivering to ,atd trusteo one htinJrtd
mottsand tliissi.wi) uouar oi iwm up biw.. ,.
said railroad company, which said stock the -aid
IruBleo Is heieby authorised and directed to sell
to slid railroad company for f.ye thousand dol
li, lUm. nf Cairo cltv bonds ao as thereby to
carry out the provisions of Iho agreement en
tereti mio .iutuiuiii;i mui, i,,,, u, im v.vh
Said city and said railroad company.
Approved juiyui.ioii. m
r JOHN M. I.ANSDKN, Jayor.
Atlcutt M.J. HOWLKV, Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 118.
An ordinance In roforenco to thol'olico Corcc.
Ilo it ordained by the City Council of tho lty
Bu'iion 1. That two additional Police Conta
Ms bo appointed who shall act as additional
night wiitclunen, and who shall bo paid tho samo
salary as the other Police Constables.
Htc, S. 'niatthecityshallbedlvldedlntothreo
pol.uo district, the first tp consist pf all that
partbf lho city below and sonth of Wg'h f
hn tecond to cons st of all. that part o! the city
between Eighth and Eighteenth streets and tho
Ihlrilot 'all flat part of Hio city alH)V8 and north,
or Eighteenth aVreet'; each of said dlslrlcta to U
Sitfifled l!y two of tbo Police Constables In such
.a.meru, (he Qilof pf Pollco may dlr.c .
Hrc. a. That section 01 - ,UAU,,M"."
Aoproved July ITIhjmi.
Attest. M.J.Honv.CltTClrk. IvttUlOt
WINEN AND lltlUOne.
, AV5I. II. SCHUTTEll,
Iuiiorcr nnd Wliolcanlo Dealer In
TOBACOO & aTGrJtt
, I 1 Agent, f"t the host brands Of
pREAM AND STQOK ALE,
luiportoil Ales of liUrcrenl Klutln.
75 Ohio Levee,
McCOMTiS, KELLER & BRYNES,
Sccuossors to Adolpljus Moler & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
' Nos. 100 nnd 102 N. Maln-sV,
adopt tho ordinance 01 1110
ylHe.land oo.lifle.l" beamendrdby adding atler
the y.or.1 "authorliod," at the end 0 f lhe six h
llatol said section tho wordi, "by the City Conn-
Jy.O wly( J aJgl,