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THE CAIRO DAILY BUIiItETIN, SATURDAY, JULY i ), 1871,
CL-08F
B.OO p.m
North, Thraugn
Way
unlh. War
lljcrtp.m
lljOO p.m.
Through N.O., Mem
(.hlf unit Coliitnl.il 1 '
4:o p.tni
Oh.it Hirer rout'. B., p.m, con p.m
fond)l- " j'a,,,,.,,,. il:l" p.m
I, on Mountain
Thel-., (7oi.l.nJ. Bn(
r.. lilt. Thurtday A l-rl
day,
e.(ip.m.
Illanlvillo and
7;00a m,
4.(io p.m.
MynM,
Lovc.'acr, Ky.
lliW .m.
cirnr norm.
nunrral Deliver!'
7i.10 .m.
l9undaya8loe.m) 00f,
Mono; Ord-r department MO a.m. WW
H,,.,l,f Mwn.111. .W'p.m-
Money Order and Hell.lT dtpattment not
e,.co on Hundaya. y-. --v
TIUMLBK'S GUIDE.
.
TAKK NOTICE.
TIME TABLE OF TIIK ILLINOIS CENTRAL n. R.
On and Aftrr .tiin.ln) , Ma Ulh.lHl, the follow
,rig tlrnc-tablc will govern thoitrrial and ilcpnrt-
nre'U p-tfingrr Itnltn rti I airni
Vm7 Mail trnin, ilitllf ll:i.ni
i: prpf, itivily 2.15 p.m
A . , M nil, daily - .1:30 n.n
Express, ilnll, except flini'lny 3:30 p.m
No change of cant from Cairo m Ht, I.oillt. t
ehango nicer from Cnlro to Chicago. Klcgan
Drawing Room rlceping car n night train'
Baggage, checked to nil Important points
Tlio attention of rhlpi-eri la especially
call o J to ttic fact Hut a Print l:xprea train will
leave Cairo ilally, Saturday expected, iukI will
piatro lli run from till city to Chle-flgn In twenty
two hour. J.H. JullNHl.", Agcnt.
Q 17 I CK KST 21 0 lTK FI tOM SOU TJ I
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 R.
TO
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New Youk, Boston,
AM. ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
f'nvoDger trmlns arrive at ami Icato Cairo nt fo.
lowtt
MAIL. tXIklff.
aaaivv... 3i:ioa.m ;ii3(i p.m.
HirAkt llitSu.ni at-lfl p.m.
Dotli trains connect at Cenlrallawith train ou ttic
roa
JPaCa, Docatur, nioomlngtcn, HI Pno, I.aSnlie,
Mendota, Freeport, Helena, Dubiiiiuo, an it
nil points in Illinois, Missouri,
llnnraota, Wi.oontln and
town. Ann uun
Linen running Eal nnd Wott for
St. IOul
Cincinnati,
HjiinKflpM, lxiillviU',
JljiAaoatolltf, toJijlnbiM.
And at Cliloago with lllohlijiin Ontrnl, .Michigan
rloulliern, and IMt'burg. Fort Wayne
and Chicago lUllronJi lor
Detail, CleTcland, Imnklrtt.
Alttany, llonton, Phllaileiiililn.
Viagw Filli, Erie. llullalo,
tit York, J'lttfburc, Llaltlniorc,
Wruhlngton.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tlcketa and Information, apply to
Xllnois Central Itallroatl Depot.
w.P. JOHNSON,
General PftftenKer Agent, Chicago.
i. JOHNSON, Agent, Ciro.
KTEAMTJOATN.
MOUND CITY AND CAlltO.
THE steam: TUG, CACHE
Gait. "William II. Saxhusky.
WILL MAKE
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
trrwrtN
CITY
LXAYE CXIIIO,
)0t or rir.nni nuccr.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 P.M.
Lkavb Mn. City,
WIIAkTUOAT,
At H.30 A.M
At. 11.20 A.M.
At ii.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
AT Tilt
BOX FACTORY, HAWK'iS LANDING, KY.
MOUTH OF CACIIK, MAItINK WAYS,
A. VI) jfAVY YA It I.
1ITATCH KIlF.n. and f.W day mre. no hum
tug Addreia with Marnp, I, ATT A A CO,
Pi tu bit ir. Pa,
yl.Uw3m
1 (C( "0K AOr.NTS WANTED IllgheAt
J jUUU Cotnmilon tl,0w) In premlutn, i ltib
coitihtcatlou or illocouDt. A New Plan, eirculira
Iree. Addxe.,1 M. Lafayette llyrn, I miar
blrett, New York. J13hU
ST. LOUIS
LAW SCHOOL.
milE regular annua) lermoflhla Law f-'ohool
X will ojn on KwJnemiy, October llth, IK7I.
lull courte, luo tertm ilx inontha, dacli. blu.
dent'ailmitle'l tu tho enlor tlat on examination
by application on or Leforo (Ktulier "lb, 171,
1 union fee, Vf) (O per annum. For lartictilarH
iullri.
Cr. 3. STEWART.
Acting Itan of Law Fneulty,
2IKJ N'OHTII .'.'rd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
ICi; CHIM.M SAI.OO.V.
LOUIS NASSAXO'S
JCI3 CREAF SALOON,
COMMKUCIAL AVENUE,
Ili,.iKt., ,.!,.,. , ,! 1JK, !,.,., ,
N tree In.
X ami Will all Jjnopply tie ut ' '
Ice Cream,
Cnnfeetoma,
l.emanailc,
and Hfula,
'ol. tiuuiJaB,wh(ioinlhi i.tty.
AMIL1KS0H 1'AUTIES SU1TL1ED
ON BHOKT NOTICE.
"'tta. ,lr't'1'K the public ia ieiilfiilly
WUCTWAL VXTOHMAKKH,
11. IJOUPT,
KO. 1U VAHUINOTON AVENUE,
CAIUO, U.MX01W,
Tlwt tn lumt
FINE STOCK OF WATCH ICS,
CLOCKS, JEWELltY, ETC.
I'OUcLlir uUtulion ulveu lo
' i i . .1
ltEPAIRINO EINE WATCHES.
The target! atock of
OLD AND SILVER WATCHES
uHhe nir.
A, WADGYMAR, 51. D.,
UW, Burgeon stnl Accou)tur, formerly
o. Union county, ininotii, irna per.
Vvatad In OaJro. OlSco Cotninercl.l
" AtlltlVE.
i.toa.m.
"' v 50 p.m.
U.Hp.ro.
SECltET OKDEKS.
TIlK MAKO.VS.
C.ia:cHMixr.i:r, Ho. U-3ltoJ Aalcmbly
A' Ajliim.Maonll Hall, nratnnil thtrdHnl
nrdnra litench month.
Cln OH'Kriu No. sl.Hi-fliilur Convocallonat
Jlaionle Mnll.tlio nwoml Krldoy Intnoli month.
Cau CiiAi'trn, No. 71 3'KUInr; CorToeallon
at laoni" llall, on li.o inirci lucaiiay or orcr
"Y'Atli'i I."nar, No. 217 V. A. SI -Itcgular Com.
miiiiM'iilioiia nt Jlaonio linn, tne aoconu mm
r.iniili Moinlna ol raoli month. .
Vrl.TA l.iwr. .No. Ml H 1 A.f.-Hrgular Com-
miintfiilloin nt JIncmio nail .irai biki mini
Tliurfiliiyi In rncli month
TIIK ODD-KKI.L0W8.
Ml Mpi tn In OJil Hollow'a
llill', n tt t'i lltillllni, rvcry Tliuradny tvon.
injr, at i" i'I"
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
' mini r.icTfnriia or
fltO.MM Klig.lHK,
lluilcr,
Kluitrnnd lirnt Mill,
Haw Mill-.
Tho 'Tupppr" l'ilont Oralolif,
MAOIIIXKItY KOIt flKNKUAI. PUUl'O.SKS,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CENTRAL HOUSE,
Vllln llliliro. Illinois.
TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor.
. . t i.A.t mill rineit finlnon In tho coun
l mil l aiipplli'il wl'.hlhu lt winef, liqUCM
and laser heer. Tho proprietor Invltea paironago
promlmog m Irentlheiii hla palroni well ami to
givo Iherii mo iicpi in uiu anu. nuiuu io ..rn
in Vllln lliago. J"
THE BULLETIN.
I'iiMIhImmI every morning, Momlny ox
cm NEWS.
MERE MENTION. I
Tho Hotel Gnrnl ia for snlo or rent.
Tlio St. Clmrlcs ndvertisca for dining-
room (;irU.
City taxes lmvo commenced coming
in slowly.
Tho enlo of Davidson's goods was con
cluded ycstordivy.
Tho Arabs will hold a spociftl moot
ing on Monday nii'ht.
Kosford, of tho St. Clmrlc. has re
turned from a visit to Chicago.
Thero nro eight persons in tho city
ail, seven nion nnd ono womnn.
M'Holo's chain gang nro engaged nt
tho work of cleaning out tlio guttors in
Eighth strcot.
.Inst received by Stralton : Ilird,
and for salo to tho trado low, forty bbls.
Itallimoro A sugar.
Koity bbls. llaltimoro A sugar just re
ceived by Slratton ic llird, nnd for salo to
the trado nt tho lowest price.
The Casino and tlio Silver Cornet
lia.id mny unlto their lucro and put up n
building for their joint use.
Mri. McCuno fell through tho sido
walk, on riftocnth slrcet, between Cedar
and Walnut struct', on Thursday evening
pnd was severely injured.
Tho aggrcgato receipts of tho Into
0 irman peace celebration vo:o between
four and Ave hundred d 'Hart, nnd t'io net
receipts nbout one hum'-cd.
Ofliccri Homes and Sheehan urrcsted
two men, last night, for attempting to rob
tlio money drawer at Spiiler's saloon, on
Ohio levee. Tlioy will bo tried to-day.
Mr. l'atil (i. Schuh has rented tho
store room formerly occupied by Mr. Hen.
Vliitnlior, mid propmui to make it tho
tanifiumoit Wniir toro in ul tho country
'round about. Ho will begin tho work of
fitting it up on Monday next.
, The .S'hh is an iinitativo animal. Fol
lowing the cxnrnplo of Tub Uullktin it
has declared for Hon. D. AV. Munn as tho
republican candidate for congrcsimnn-at-largo.
Oglcsby being on" tlio tract, noth
ing now stands botweon Mr. Munn nnd
thu nomination. When Thk Hui.i.ktin
ttippoils n man ho is suro of succoss.
A year's Interest is duo on tho over
due bonds of tho city, and no provision
has been mndu to pay it. Homo of the
holders of thoiu 1 oriel propose to tnUo new
bonds running (1. eun years in exchange
for tho old one, which in u liberal propo
sition that ahotild bu accepted by tho city
council without hesitation.
Thero are nine saloon keopors in tho
city operating without license This is a
mutter tho city attorney Mioiilil no longor
neglect. No liiiiuei inuu should ho al
lowed to follow his cilllng without obtain
ing tho licopse prctcrllud by ordinance,
nnd it is thu duly of tho city nttornoy and
police force to fee that no one dees.
M r. Lincgar tpokn nil day for tho plain-
titf in tho cavi of Arricl; vt. tlio Illinois
Central railroud easo, nnd mado a power
ful speech, .luiliru llalior. boliiL' iiuito un
well iinil unable to read tho Instructions
to l,.o jury, adjourned thu case until this
morning. hen tho rourt convenes tho
jury will receivu its instructions ami go
out.
if tho council docs not accept tho
proposition of tho gns company, to furnish
K icr tnrtu Hollars ami lilty cents per
loot, before tho first of noxt mouth, the
city will bu remiired to pay for the coming
month at the old rates, which will bo u
loss of slxty-llve dullard. This amount is
not very great, but tho city might ns well
navo it as uiu gas company
Under tho ordlnunces of tho city tho
mayor may suspend an eloclivo oiliccr of
the city, but cannot suspend an unpointed
ouicer, winch is peculiar; but might not
honor, now nd thou, intimato to un
-iy omccrs that they nro nuisances
wnv i r iiiiiv um easiest
""I IUU&1. tin ut. ...! .1.... .1.- . ... .
ret remlnt .lt?1. ? TulJ lu"t"y
.Thn T.ll. a .. .
.neetin, Jn ' Tu" ' wl
icnts for thu coming
iroiiotn tn nlvi. i,. ... .1 ..
that cannot U excelled in any respect v,
any amateur nisoctutlon oruny of thu larg
or cities. Thu Tlutlius have histrionic talon
of a high order among them, und will nut
i'v.. iu .iuSu junji uy uiu most UUtin
gulshcl dramatic nuthorr
I'Ut. II. U.ini. Washington nvoiuio
botweon Elchth and Ninth streets, has on
hand n splendid stock of family gr8cor-.t-
e.ti i,u.i. which ho Is ailing at lo
lowest prices. Ho Is determined to bo
not undersold, and challenges comparl
sonof tho quality of Ills goods with nny
house In tho cily. If
Another groat rnco botween John
IJoepplo'a bay horao ntid Jnmcs Kynas-
ton's roan tnnro will bo run nt 6 o'clock
p.m., Saturday, July 20, on tho track n lit'
tlo boyond Thirty-fourth strcot. Stakes
Ono hundred dollars. Jy27t3
Chief Myers nnd Constnblo Arnold
wero informed yesterday that n fnrtnor in
l'ulanki county had lost n spring wngon
nnd horse. The supposed thieves nro two
Englishmen. Upon tho nbovo lnforma
tloti they stnrtcd on tho hunt, nnd nt nbout
0 o'clock Inst night found tho liorso and
wagon over on tho trnct, or what is known
ns tho island. Unfortunately tho thieves
wero not found.
Mr. Wm. Lonorgan, who has boon on
n business tour up tho Ohio river, arrived nt
homo yesterday. Ho says tlio people of
Gallatin county, along tho lino of tho Cairo
and Vinccnncs rnllrond, nro dlssntlstlod
with tho prcsqnt condition of that enter
prise, nnd assort that if tho present nt
tompt to build tho road miscarries, thoy
will nbandon nil hopo of its success nnd
havo nothing moro to do with it.
ShorilT Irvln, Thursday night, arrest
ed a negro on suspicion of robbing tho
Mother Superior nnd ono of tho sisters of
bt. Vincent's convent, Capo Girardeau, of
$I2C and a silvor watch of tho valuo of $25,
but could not obtain sufficient ovidonco
against him to justify his imprisonment
The mothor nnd sistor wero passcngors on
tho steamer Hello St. Louis, on which boat
tho negro was a dcuk hand.
Mr. Carl L. Thomas has accepted tlio
position of locnl ngent of tho Lifo Asso
cintlon of Amorlcn, nnd wo havo no doubt
will make as ablo n lifo insuranco man ns
painter. In n few days ao will commenco
canvassing tho city, nnd tho uninsured
might as well proparo to take out policies
on their lives. In cntoring into tho in
suranco business Mr, Thomas docs not pro.
poso to abandon his old business.
Ho will nt nil times bo prepared to res
pond promptly to nil orders for painting.
Mr. Dovore's gang of sldowalk la
borers nro now working on tho west sido
of Commercial avenue, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth streets, and nro making
tho walk as good as nuw. Indeed, thoy
nro making It substantially new by putting
in now stringers nnd n great amount of
new topping. This is n moro economical
way of repairing than tho plan of patch
ing hero and theic. McIIalo's gang nro
working on Seventh street, between Ce
dar and Walnut strocls.
William Alba's barber si op is grow
ing in public favor every day. It is neat
ly fitted up, nnd can boast of tho most
skillful workmen in tho city. Tho pro-,
prietor lias had many years' ozperienco in
his business nnd is recognized as ono of the
most export shavers in Southern Illinois,
whilo young Alba is n master in his pro
fession. Citizens and strangors who wish
a painless shave, n luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut in tho latest style should
patronlzo Alia. Ills shop is .n Commer
cial avenue next door to Hi- 'non's news
cpot. dtf
Latoly n great many insinuations havo
lo:n indulged in concerning tbo conduct
of certain meinbor of tho polico force, and
not a few charges of tho most damaging
character havo been publicly made. This
is n fact so palpable, that it cannot any
longer bo overlooked. Tho mayor and
council are bound to takocognl.anco of it,
ana ehouia ioo t onco. At tho noxt
mooting of tho council and a meeting
should bo called without any unnecessary
delay a special committee should bo ap
pointed nnd instructed to innko careful in
quiry into tho efficiency and conduct of
tho forco. If it is efficient, and its mem
bers guiltless of tho intimations which have
gained currency in tho community, tho
public should know tbo fact; but if, on tho
other hand, its organization is defective
and nny of its members havo been guilty
of unbecoming conduct, reformatory
moasurcs should at onco bo ndoptcd.
Ouit Toiiacco Maiikkt. Tho salo at
tho Hnllunl warehouse, ye.Uordny, was
highly encouraging. Tobacco hi been
coming in rnther slowly forsomotimo past,
but at tho figures for which it sold yester
day wo may look for groator receipts. A
largo iunntity of tobacco that was rejoctcd
on tho Evaiikvillo market was o lie red horo
and told at Hatlsfactory prices. In fact,
the entire "break ' was taken on nn Eu
ropean order, at.d thoro wr not a singlo
rejection. Tlio wnruhouso bin boon nil
vieed of a considerable shipment from tho
upper Ohio which will bo placed upon tho
market on tho noxt regular salo
day, August Uli, when thu proprietors ex
pect to havo thu largest "break" that has
been oil'ercd this season, l'riccs ranged
yesterday from JG.50 to U2.50 for lugs to
good leaf.
I'll I i.li p IIaikiii is master of his trado,
u nil warrants all of his work to bo of tho
very Leal material and manufacture j guar
antees a complete lit and cntlro satisfac
tion, Isnot confined to any particular stylo,
but makus every variety of boots and shoes
from tho heaviest cowhido to tho flnost
French calf and morocco, llo also koops
n largo stock on hand, uj hit own manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap, should call ou
him at his shop. on Eighth St., south side,
near corner of Ohio loveo, Cairo. dtf
Wkish Uekk. Charloy Schonomoyur,
at tho Egyptian saloon, la In constant re
coipt of a full supply of tho purest- and
froihest Weiss lloor a bovorago fit for a
lord; exhllinriting without intoxicating,
cool and delicious Just tho drink to light
thu dog-days with. Ilesides Weiss Ueor,
which ho makes a specially, ho has also
on hand an excellent stock of wines, li
quors nnd cigars. Call on him.
Attkktion. EvKitvnoDY. I will offer
for mlo, on Saturday, July 28, at 0
u.m., at my storeroom, 105 Commercial av
enue, a larua assortment of new second
bund furniture, consisting- of bodstoads.
uururius, tables, sales, otc.; also, u largo lot
,uKi prescription case, clothing, boots,
"""i K'occnea,
Dam. H htm an.
Jj-27d2t.
Goons Iblanjj School- Matteiis. Wo
havo rccolvcd tho following communica
tion from tho trustees of township 10:
Editoh Uullktin sin In answor
to tho passngo In your papor of tho 20th
Inst, wo would any, that tho rccovory of
tho funds in township 10. rango 8 wojt Is
duo lo tho trusses of said township and
not cnt roly to 3. It. Jones, troasuror.
Wo would liko ycti to correct tho passago.
Thero novor has been a cent collected
from tho ninn who ran nway with tho
fundi. ltcspcctfully,
O. F. Morse,
W. It. ItEYNOLDg,
V. 8. Baiitlett,
Trustees.
Tho trustcos auroly misunderstood The
Bulletin. Wo wero caroful to say that
tho credit for tho recovery of tho lost
funds of tlio towship was duo to Mr.
Jones and tho trustees. Wo did
not give tho names of tho
trustees becauao wo did not know
,tbom. Tho trustees of tho townahlp wore
actlvo in Ihoir cirbrts to recover tho funds,
nnd deservo tho thnnks of tho pcoplo of
their towhshlp. Tho communication of
Iho trustees by implication says that wo
havo assorted that tho funds woro rjcov
orcd from tho absconding defaulter. Wo
tlid not mnko this statement, but aald ex
plicitly that tho amount had boon rocov
orod from tho nbscondor's surct'es.
Dissolution of l'AitTNEititiitr.--Tho
copartnership horctoforo existing between
John Wood nnd Arthur Boylo in tho
packing and provision" buslnoss is hereby
dissolved by mutual consent. John Wood
nlono Is authorized to collect nil monies
iluo said firm, nnd will pay nil dobts con
tracted by said firm. Tools, slaughtor
liouso, ota, nro by mutual consont tho
proporty of A. Boyle.
John Wood,
Aimiun Boyle.
Caiiio, 111, July 24, 1871. jy27t3.
Fort Sale or Bent. Tho Hotel Garni,
situated on Commercial nvcr.uo between
Sovonth and Eighth streets, Cairo, Ills.
Failing heath of tlio owner requires him to
mnko this change Tho houso is doing n
paying businoss, is largo nnd commodious,
built of brick nnd well arranged. For par
ticulars, address Henry Harris, Cairo, lilt,
or npply on tho promlsos., jy29w2.
To Contractors. Plans nnd specifica
tions mny bo teen nt ho .'.o:o of II. Moyer,
tobacconist, noxt door to bis old stand, on
Ohio loveo, for tho bui'din of n now brick
building on tho site of his old establish
ment. Bids will bo opened at twolvo
o'clock, Monday, July 31, 1871. Tlio
right to reject any or nil bids it reserved.
II. Meyer.
Cairo, 111, July 27, 1871. d3U
Dissolution of Cofaktneiwuip. Tho
copartnership hcrotoforo existing between
tho undersigned in tho "Now Dolmonico'1
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
William Winter assumes nil dobts owing
by said firm, nnd collects nil bills duo tp
said firm.
William Winteii.
John 11. Kelly.
Cairo, July 20, 1871.
Wanted. A fow good dining-room
girls nt tho St. Clmrlcs hotel, Csiro,-llli.
Apply nt tho house. F. D. Bexvoiii),
jy2'Jt2 Proprietor.
Fou Sale. At n bargain, a Davis' sow
ing machine, lit novcr been used; is
entirely now ; nlso, n now $80 Wilcox ic
Glbbs, singlo thread, loop-stitch, sewing
machine Enquire at tho
Bulletin Office.
East India prosorvct at Jorgcnscn's.
Jy2Ctf.
Shriver'a oyster ketchup at Jorgcn-
sen's. jy2Gtf.
Gcniiluo Spanish olives at Jorgcn-
sen's. Iy20tf.
Imported London biscuits at Jorgcn-
scn's. lyzotr.
Tho best fruit jars in tho world for
salo at Parsonp, Dnvls & Co., on Tenth
street. jy25d2w
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, 'ploca
lillo nnd onions, ut Jorgonson's.
jy2Ctf
Anchiovis, in picklo, oil or salt, nt
Jorgonson's. t jy2Ctf
Mason's improved fruit jars with glass
tops, sold by Parsons, Davis & Co.
jj25d2w
Go to Parsons, Davis & Co's friut-Jar
emporium, Nos. 0 and 7, Tonth street.
jy25d2w
Ono thousand fruit jars, cbonpor than
ever, for salo by Parsons, Davis 4 Co.
jy2Gd2w
-Gunva jelly and Bosnia prunes at Jor
gonson's. . jy2Ctf.
Lieblg's celebrated extract of moat nt
Jorgeiisou's. jySOtf.
Wo guarantee tho glass top jars as tho
best. Parsons, Davis & Co.
jy2Cd2w
Imported London Club and Wor
chcstcrshlru sauce, at Jorgcnsen's.
jy20tr
Tho old, roliablo Groovo ring fruit
jars only 51.60 n dozen and scaling wax,
lor saio uy rarsons, uavis & to. .
Jy25d2w
-Over S1G,000 worth of boots and
shoes, at manufacturer's prices, for thirty
uays, at Jiinoii, Jiayinorn oc Uo,'s. Goods:
by thocaso or singlo pair, for cash, at cash
prices, at 140 Commercial avenue
jy2dlw
-Wm. Ehlors, nt his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing evory variety of
boots nnd shoos from gcnulno Fronch calf
(he uses no other kind) which ho sells
roidy mado or mado to order nt prices
that dofy competition. jy20tf.
Wo cnll tho attention of our renders to
tho card describing Dr. Kattingor'a family
medicines. Thoso medicines nro no pat
ent or quncK preparations, out tho result
of special study und oxperionco of n rogu
lar physician- jy20dwlw.
China, quccnswnro, cutlery, lamps.
.glasswnro of nil kinds, fruit jars, allvor
plated wnro, lcat quality nnd roduccd
prices nt Parsons, Davis & Co's., Nos. 6
nd 7, Tonth stroot. jy2Sd2w
Uonulno walnut nnd mushroom kotch.
ups, at Jorgonson's, Jy20tf
'lo Mothers and Nuracs. Mrs -wltlU
comb's rivrui) for Diiirrhoa. Ac In rhlhU
ron, whether induce d by teething or otlior
causes, Utho safest fid test remedy.
, r JyitOdRWiw
Tax PAYine, Take Notice. Tho cily
lax book, for 1871, has boon placed In my
hands, and I shall nt onco procoed to tho
collodion of tho taxes. At tho oxplrntlon
cf thirty daya tho delinquent tax-list will
bo published, nnd tax-payora will eavo
trouble to thcuiaolvoa nnd, tho .city by nct
Ing promptly on this notice ,
Jos. B. Taylor, City Collector.
Cairo, July 21, 1871.
August Fourth. Th Free Benev
olent Sona of America, will turn out on
August tho dlh, nt Flora Garden. All aro
cordially invited to attend. Tho speak
ers will bo: Messrs. J. Qladnoy, J. J.
Bird, G. W. Ellis and others. Admittance:
Adults, 25 cents: Children, 10 cents. By
ordor of tlio committee
W. Wims,
J. Norman,
Kali'II Martin,
dw Wm. Flernoy.
Hklmiiold'h Extract Sarsaparilla is
tho great blood purifier: thoroughly
cleanses nnd ronovntcs tho cntiro system,
and readily enters into tho circulation of
tho blood; nftor purging with Helmiiold's
Grape Pills, tho foul humors thnt havo
nccumulnted in thn system for years
Both nro carefully prepared according to
tho rules of pharmacy nnd chemistry nnd
nro thnrntlfhl v rnliahln A taatnf l!l vnnn
o - -
haa proved this. Try thorn.
St. N icholab. Day boarders can to-
euro good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
week. Tho houso is nt tho corner of Ohio
loveo and Eighth street, a control location,
nnd Is proprictorod by Uariy Walkor,
who is nllvo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn torms on Inquiry at tho office.
may3dtf
New Photograph Gallery. "Wen,
tico that Mr. J. J. Thomas has fitted up
tho rooms lately occupied by W. G.Worth
ington in very good stylo, and, as nn artist,
La doing excellent work that should entltlo
him to a fair sharo of patronage
CANS I CANS) t OANB 1 1 1
Fivo hundred dozon No. 1 Tin FUUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK' feTOHF, nt $1.00
por dozen. Largest wholcsalo nnd retail
stock in tho city.
' UllKELTST & rWER.
Kindling-. 600 " glass boxes " for salo
at 6 coots, each: W. W.- Thornton.
Jo21tf.
RIVERJEWS.
POltT LIST.
ARRIVED.
Steamer City of Pckin, St. Louis.
" Floronco Lee, Evnnsville.
" Shannon, NowOrlcanB.
Belfast, St. Louis.
11 Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Ella Hughs, Nashville
11 Illinoi., Columbu
11 Jas. Fit'. Jr, PaducnU.
" Mary A :e, Now Orloans.
" John Kj t. Now Orleans.
" Julia, St. Louis."
" Bcardstown, St. Louit.
DEPARTED.
Steamer City of Pokin, Tonnotsoo river.
Floronco Lcc, Evnnsville
" Shannon, Louisville.
" Bolfr-t, Now Orleans.
11 Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" Grand Tower, Memphis. ,
" Ella Iiughs, Nashville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
11 Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
11 Mary Alice, St. Louis.
" John Kylo, St. Louis.
" Julia, Vickaburg.
11 Bcardstown, Galvoston.
" K. 0. Gray, Louisville
1I0AT8 T0 LEAVE TO-DAY.
Steamer Bcllo Memphis, Memphis.
" City of Viohsburg, St. Louis.
' Arkansas. Belle Evnnsville
11 Carrie V. Kountz, Now Orleans.
" Illinois, "Columbtu.
" Jas. FisV; Jr., Paducah. 1
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" Eddyville, liOtiiivslle. ..
Tho Florenco Loo arrived with a big
trip consisting of 27 kegs powdor, 1-17 bugs
wheat, 1 box oggt, 1 bbl wino for this city,
nnd 05 baga oats, 4 poxt eggs, 10 coop's
chickens, 4 boxes tobacco, 10 caskt bacon
for Memphia ; 13 casks lncat, fJG bales bay,
409 bbls flour, 281 bbls meat, 20 bbl whisky,
18boxs hardware, C,pkga oggs, 285 sacks
corn for Now Orleans nnd had n good pas
sengor trip.
Tho Grand TowVr arrived bch'ind time
Sho waanground 8 hours nt Turky island
nnd struck very hard at Dog Tooth. Sho
brough n big lot of merchandize for Cairo.
Sho added only a fow tons here on account
of being behind time
The It. C. Gray was four daya d'-
charging her trip.
Tho Ella Hughes had a slim trip.
Tho Fak had tho lightest trip5 sho has
had for somo time
Tho John Kylo put out a fow packagos
for here and :has ' for Bi Louii l',68$ bar's
railroad iron, 135 casks wine 2,000 sacks
salt and a largo lot of freight too numer-,
ous to montion. buo was crowded witn
passengers, '
Tho Armada will bo sold at auction at
Cairo on Saturday, Augft 7th. .
Alio juiiu nau a moucrniu trip nu nuu-
cd contldorablo freight here Sho reports
having had.no trouble.
Capt. II. G. ItlcOj of, tho Poorift -packet
company, was in our city Thursday, look.
ing for a light draft boat; tOTun in tho Il
linois river during low water. Ho tried
to -procure tho A. Baker, hut lii timo be
ing unsatisfactory to Capt, Qrf, ho wai,un
Bcsaful in obtaining her. 1
Capt. Dugan hai returned from tbo
wreck of tho Olive Branch, and he lays
the holo in her bottom is 200 foot lpng and
.bout 12 feet wide 'Sho has boon absn-
tloncd to tho 'underwriters, and thoy
aro wrecking hor as fast as th6y can. 1 '
Tbo tug Alps, sunk souictlmo .since at
iaompuls, nns boon raised
Tho Tobo Hurt still koops up nor rep
utation as tho doll;- paekot.botwoon hore,
and Hickman.
(, Tl.o now Bed rl er packet, Bolle llow
land, has brokon hor. shaft 1
Tho rlvor has fallen sinco lrst rcpoit
about ono inch.
A llfiht rain fell during tho forenoon of
yesterday.
Rates from hero to'Now Orleans are 40c
on flour, $1.00 on whisky, 35c. on heavy
(rol2ht and 30 on light freight, 60c. on
pork, 25c. por nek on gunnies, 25o pot
oats, 40c. por hundred on wagons, 7Cc. per
doz on chickens nnd $1.50 on gocsonnd
turkoyt.
Tho Bcardstown, direct from St. Louis
to Galveston, pnssod down with about
lialf a load. Hor route Is honco to tho
mouth of Kod river, down tho Atchafalayn,
an Inlot, VormllUor, bay, Ualclzoan to Sa
bine, ihonco to Oalvo.ton. Tho dlstnnco
it about 1,460 milci.
Business is good- Frolghls aro 'moving
forward rnpldly nnd plenty offering.
Below will bo found telegrams gWlng
tho stogo of tho river nt various polntt.
Tho Argonaut, No. 2, has laid tip at St.
Loult to bo repaired and tho City of Pckln
will run In her place Tho Pekln had a
barge in tow and had a very good trip.
Sho had 47B8 bag. 0f wheat fdr Allord &
Son, Paducnh. Bhe ttruck hor bargo nt
Dog Tooth, drawing 4J foot, but It ia tup
potod tho wat a llttlo out of the channel.
Tho Shannon from Now Orleans camo
up light. "
Tho Boiraat will Oil out hero wiht all sho
wants.
Cincinnati, July 28HIvcr fallen six
Inches. Thero is alx feet of watur in tho
channel.
Woatbor clear In part. Vory hcavo
rain laat night.
Thcrmomotor 80.
PittsiiUro, July 28. Weather clear.
Monongnhala 28 Inches nnd swelling
slowly.
Louisville, July 28. ltivgr slowly do
clining ; 10 Inches ovor tho chuto, 5J feel
on Portlnnd bar.
Business livoly.v
Arrived Emma Floyd, Memphis; Ada
Hollman, Cairo.
Tho Emma Floyd has gono k bank.
A now boat, the City of Holcna, for tho
Memphis nnd St. Lou's trade, will bo
launched to-morrow. '
Tho largest raft of oak ship timber ever
floated down tho Ohio river arrived hero
to-day.
Vioksburo, July 28. Down- Bismark
and Governor Allen.
Up City of Cairo,
lilvor falling.
Weather warm and clear.
com m ini on aitb iouwaiidinu.
wTSiraUoe T. iTlid".
STRATTON !i BIRD,
(Uucccasora toStrattoo, Hudson A Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
. ...
AHA
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Leveo, Cairo, Illinois.
SjtJAgont of American Powder Co., and man"
faclurera agenta for cotlon yarn. Jt.dtf
CLOSE tt VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
DEALEE3 123" IjIIEE
' Cement, Plabteii Paris,
...
AU
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Crnrr ElRhtli Nlret nnd Ohio Ivre
CAIUO, ILTi.
1'ETER.UUiIL
FLOUR MERCHANT
u
MILIiKRS' AfJENT.
No. 80 Ohio Loveo,
j CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
' ' Orders solicited nnd promptly filled.
jyl dtf
II. M. IIULKN,'
GROCER and CONFECTION
.,111X1
I
T UEECHAJT,
No. 134 Coniniercial-ftvc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILLEl,:i . I'ARKER,-'
t
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AKD
bkALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hayfiotc.
88 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
U. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucco.aors to E. II. Hendrlcke 4 Co.,)
Forwarding and ,Cpmniis3ion
MERCHANTS
AMD
t
l
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS,
CAIRO. ILL.
wWiLlbcral Advnneet made uponsStY
lVSK Consigninenta. cSV
I
Aro prepared to receive, itoro nnd forward
frolghti to all points and buy and,
sell on conimieilou.
WTDnelnesa attendeTio promptly.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE,
(Successor elAyersftCo.)
i
FLOUR
General Commisaion Merchant
i
133 OUIO LEVEE,
CAIBP, IUIK0IS,
ORDINAaN'UE NO. 120.
An onlinntieo tn nnthnrln, n nubarriiitfon of linn,.
pmv.
Vhtrcn, by caolullon ortho City ( nnrd of
Ihi'city of Cairo, ndoptod on Mirift 27, mm. It
.... .r,lAPA.I'llint ar. ..lAlln-t I -a I.. I., .... ... . ' ..
... u .yiiiru nun m. LOUIS Kali l(Ofl Colli"
Mfi, In tbo ioral ward oflhet'liy i
po'iiorniccrtalning tlio wlaliea of tl
the city o I Cairo In reard ton inib
tJIOOjmntii Iho ranltnl alock of the C
Itiila Ilnll ll nd Compuliy, and
Wli'teiw, nit t-lei-llon wm held In t.
itcllnllfiti nf
Cairo and fct.
mien rc oiiiiii'ii mm i- .! iii" hi, nniitn were
laid bclore the City Council ntn c'.a meeting
held on May 3rd, IM, from wlilcli It appeal,,.!
that 07:1 votes wcreemt In favor of aald iioarrip.
elrclion into HUct S and
Whercai, a provlaioual roittnct hat bn tn.
tereu into heiween tne ia" i-iih u', ni. i,n
Itailroad Company and reponibl coninw-tori,
for the conat-itctlnti of "aid mini, In v-d upon tho
aillscnptlona heretofore aulliorlril ItUimadt! to
thn enpltnl atotk of aald company b) touiitlen,
nitic nd town alom tho line of 1. 1 rim. I j
tlierefuro for the nurpoo nl gluing i-tloa to tho
expresai-d wlnh of the eli ctora and tnt piyera ol
the ully, in nnovc recited,
lie Iturdaintdliy Hi') Citv Council of tlio Uy of
Calm t
HLcnoirl. 'Mint tlio Mayor of tlie t-lty bertnd
ho hereby Ik auihorlte I and Inalrticltil. to i,!,.
mho on bohallol Iho eilynf Cairo, lo Ihecnpiiil
-Irtrlr ( .1.. ...I... ....I U. t a..Ia tt.ll ( ,1...
atotk ol the Cairo undHt. Ixi)l Itallread Cflh.
vnny. in innaiimoi one numircd tlitiiKitnd dollttt
lit auhsorlpllon lo Im ratable n herelnallet
tt-t.ln.l In . t..t I.... I .t... .1... . ( I.
r""'"-i HI..WU.I. ii tin, t-nv niuiii tnj tn
llil tn l.l.mn.1 nl ... T. ... ....
lul , ..... u.r....n ... .i.i. vii. mum inj in'
ailed In ptyrnent of ,anl eulmcrinllon to Ino
niM.niiii ot ninniytiTn inou.on t Hollar., In ailch
aumsjas saldoomtmny Lnaydelgnnto,tuld londato
war intercat nt tho lain of eight per cent, per an
num, and to be payable In twenty yean from
ilato thereof, and lliat tho Slnyor of the city, Cily
Cleik and City Complrollnr lie, and thet are iierc
l.y authorired nnd I intruded lo aign and nlllx tlio
teal ol Iho city tn the eatne, and to deliver thn
ame to h tmatenor Iruateta to be appointed bv
thn Maoratnl Cily Council to bo held by raid
tin, Ice or truateea In ewro, and to bo delivered
lo aaln Cairo nnd HI. Iiuia Italiroad Company
upon thefollowlngcon.Iilinna, via i that thu track
of aald toad ahall enter Aletander county at ilk
northern limit, upon the lino dividing it fmm
llnlnncoinly and ilinll Imcarrle-l upon the met
illglble roulo totholevcca aurrounding Iho cltr
ol C.lro, nnd '
TJial the work ahall Im commenced and prose,
toted from Iherlty of Cairo hv the flint Xy "f
November 1I, and the roail-bed ilmll bo com
pleled to Iho count lino or Union county br the
lirat day of July Wij, Ptovlded however.ihaf o
lMr.de of the city olC.Iro ahall be paid In the aald
lla Iroad Company on theccmpteiionof each no
nllea ot thero ibled commencing at Cairo, aald
Mitoitnl to bo paid pro niaaii tho oniounUlone ia
In proportion to the whole.nurk to bo done on the
road bed in raid Alexander county, laid amount
to be aKcrUlnod by aanrvey nnd an el(mate of
Ibe coat of the wholn work in raid county."
Provided, that Intcreit ahaJl not begin to ran
Upon any or the aald bonda until the Comnanv
fhall have become entitled to receite the aald
l;ond and prov.ded further that in no cMe ahall
there bo laaued lo aald railroul company a greater
amount in Iho bonda ol the cltr Ih.ri fifty Mr
tentum ol tne eo.t U caah of any flvomirefol
IV I . ... i i . " uvomuea ol
of aald road bed. at -hown by the certified
meaiuremen.aof the engineer of aald railroad
until .aid railroad half havo l.n eorapleuli;
a .T V , - '-"ii t:iinp
ml that anv anrt.ln. nf ..I.I l.AK.l
umlor this provlD tlu'l te ltlltor(l to (ha
l rid mlli-ruii coiupoiijr whjn (ho trclc thereof fit
completed nJ tho CJ.it run 1 1 kj recti irom Cairo
to Ht. Iouli.
Approved July 22nd, H:i,
Atl.atlM.i.Hrjwfe'"
ORDINANCE. NO. 119.
An ordinance to ainnoruo the eubaenption of
M,v lo tho Cairo and Vincennca lUllroail
Company, and for oilier puriea.
heriu, by an agtt ctnent entered Intobeteren
the Cairo and Vtnoeunee Italiroad Company and
toncnyoi v-airn, ami approved oy tne Cily Coun
cil November iltb, ISC7, It It provided that tho
tlock amounting to tlUMW) be li.ue.1 by the Cairo
and Vlncennet railroad company to the city for
the ttibacriptlon of that amount mould be told by
the city lothealdeominy, ujion certain con
dition! on txprci-.cd In aalu contract and
lercaj. it ia tinderatood that aald romMn,
are willing to ritnd the time for thu lmu of
aaia www arm sue coinroencemeni 01 Hie pay
ment of Interetton theti'nei therefore
He It ordained by tho City Council of tho cily
ot Cairo:
Hw-tion 1. Tltat the Mayor of the cily be, and
Im Iheieby atilhorlxed and Intrude,) to ub-tC.-tboon
Ix-halfof tho Cily of Cairo lo the capi
tal atock of the Cairo and Vinci-nneo railroad
company In the turn of one hundred then, and
dollar, raid mbwnption to bo payable In ton, I,
ul the city ' hereinailcr provldtd foi; ;ihat tho
Mayor, Cily Clerk, and Cut Comptroller be, and
they are hereby authoMed and loiructdtohato
prepared and to tign and seal lionda ol the city
lo tno amount of ono hundred thouund dollarn,
lo bo uiued to nlJ railroad company, taid bonda
to I) In auchaumt a, the aald company may di
Ire, tolarlnlr tat at thereto of per cent, per
annum, and tobo payable twenty yean after the
date thereof, with coupon attached for the pair,
meiit of tfie intercat aeini-anually od Ihe tame;
that the Mayor 11 hereby authorised and Instruct
ed to tako charge of raid l)ndwhcn prepared,
Igned tealed and ready for delivery, and la
nuthoriied and Instructed to deliver the nunc to
tome rcinonilhle banking, loan or trust com
pany, tristco or truttue, located or reeidlng in
tun City of ISew Yorker eltewherA, a may bo
agreed upon by him and taid Italiroad company,
mil, I bonda to t0 held by taid banking loan or
trait, company, truatt-o or trutteea, In
cacrc-w and tube delitcrcd up) to tho aald
Cairo and Vincennca railroad company,
when the Mid Cairo and Vlnccnnc, railroad haa
lieen oonttruclcu, that ia to aay hai been put in
good ordinary running order, from the city of
Cairo, lllinoin, to iho city ol Vincennca, Indiana,
and Iho car trail havo run tbereon, and not I,
fore, providml, work on raid rood shall be re
turned bv or bifure October lat next, and taid
road rhall l flnlth6dby or before tno llrttday
of Auguat. 173, and provide I alto that the inter
tit accruing on aiul bonds previous to their
dilitery to -aid railroad company, ahall not inuro
to thubenefit ofaoid railroad company, but tho
coutions forallaccrued Interettthall be detached
from said tanl provloua to their delivery to
haul railroad Compiny and bo returned to raid
city of Clro, o that Intoreit ahall not be paid or
accrue to taid railroad company Woro tho timo
when taid compauy ahall be entitled torecelvo
taid bond according to the condition herein ex.
rrHt"-"L.' Itshnllbo, nnd It la hereby mado Iho
Inly of tho banting, loan, truat company or
lruteet, whieh shall bo choten or rtelected to
hold aui-h Umdt, aa hereinbefore provided, to
deliver up Ihe raid bond to aald railroad com
panvupon tho taid company' inuing to aald
cilV, and delivering to raid tritfttew one hundred
lliouinnd (SlW'l.bWJ dollar of paid up atock In
aald rallro! i-omuy, w hlch aald atock the raid
trustee it hereby authorised and directed to aril
(o stid railroad company for life thoutanu dol
hira'(jiiJOO) of Calm city bondii an aa thereby to
carry out the provialona of tlio agrecmont en
leretl into Nototnber &'th. 107, by and between
said city and taid railroad company.
'Approted July ril.lfcTl.
P1 Joil.N'M. LANSDK.V, Major.
Alteati M.J.1IOWLEY, Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. IIS.
An ordlusnce In reference to the Police force;
Bo It ordained by the City Council of tho city
of Cairo
fiicrios 1. That two additional Police Cont
hlex lie appointed who uha.lt act ns additional
night wutvunit-ii, and who Khali lo paid Iho eamo
BaTary na Iho oilier Police Constable.
Hrc, 2. That tho city ahall bo divided Into three
pfdico dltlnctJ, the Writ to conaiat of till tliat
part of tho city below and nouth of J.lghth Htreeti
tho lecond lo conlt of all that part ol tho city
between Klghthnnd Klghtebnth atreetu t nnd tlie
Ihirdof nil that part of tho city ahoyo nnd north
of KlKhteenth atrect J eneh of raid districts to bo
nalrolled liytwoof tho Polico Constables In such
iiionnerna file Chief of Police may direct.
Brc. 3. That section ia ol "An ordlnnncoto
adopt Iho ordinances of Iho city of Cairo ns re.
vised nnd "codilicl" bo amended by adding after
Ilia word "nuthoriied," nt Iho end of tho lth
linool said aectlon tho word, "by tho City Coun-
CilA".proved J..!y ITIh.
Allesl, H.J.IIowi-kv. CltvClerlt. iva.lilll)t
WINES ANI MtiUOIl.
WM. II. SCHUTTER,
Isuporlcr itssd Wholesale Dealer In
WINES, LIQUORS,
AkD
TOBACCO &c OIQABS.'
Agent for Ihe boat brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
. AJtn
Isisisortctl AlCM of Iliirorcut IflsttU.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
McCOMBS, KELLER ii BUYNES,
Sccueasors to Adolphus MclorA Co.,
IMrORTKRS AND JOIlllEHS IN
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Nos. 100 nnd 102 N. Mnin-st.,
B T. LOUIS, HO.
hundred on sundries, !Qc. per tm4r(l ob

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