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rirneral Delivery 7i3e.m
(unl). t to 9 a.m.)
.Money Ordrdcpaatment MO a.m. '"'
n.in.f a MOa.m. M"'p.m
Money Order itn.l ItcfLtcr department, not
o, en no Sundai ..
TIM K TA1II.K OF THE ll.LI.VOI CENTRA!. II. II.
On and after fund.), V follow
ing llme-tabM wiK'r0 the arrival and dcpart
iire of jnM.r "',n, ' clro '
Aurf-Mall lrin. dally llttjp.ln.
KzpreM, daily 2.l.'p.m.
,i,n Mai. lil)' 3:30 ft.n.
Kipre.., dally, except Sunday 3:30 p.m.
Nochn;of car. t'om 0"iro lo HI. Louli. Jt'o
fhanse of ear. from Cure to Chicago. Klegant
Drawing Room aleeping car. on night trains.
Baggage cliecVi .J to nil important point.'.
The attention of Mifppert I. especially
r.lteJ to the fact tint Kruit Kxpre.. train trill
Irate Cairo dally, Saturdsjt expected, and trill
make the run from this city to Chicago In twenty.
Ioliourii. JAS. JOHNSON, Agent.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLLVOJS CENTRAL R. R.
St Loris, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Boston,
POINTS FAST AND WEST.
I'.uger train arrive t and leave Cairo at fol
Ataivt ... 3i.'llla.m - 3i3Up.m.
lunar . . . lli.3a.tn .... t!t43 p.m.
Both train conncet at Centralia with train on tne
P.m. Decatur. Blonmlngtcn, Kt Pao, I.a Sal!,
itesdota.t'reeport.iialena, Liubuque, and
all toinia In Illinois, Miseourl,
Minnesota, Wi.con.in and
Iowa. And trlth
Man naming Eat and Wert for
kzi at Chle.ro with 5Iu-t,cn Central, Michigan
wuMirtn, ar.u i-niMirjr, rnri ttayne
and Cnicico Iliilroids lor
IV Lt, atteland, Iiunkirk.
Albany, Norton, Philadelphia,
ik Fall., Kne, Iluttalo,
w Tori. Pittitmrg, Baltimore,
AND ALL IK)1NTS EAST.
For through ticket, aod Inform.tt in, apply to
Ilitat. Central riallroad Pepot.
w. p. .'OHNS.V,
. ,,.,.v- i.V1"1 l'ni!tt Agent, 1 1. e.go
J. JOHNbON, Agent, Cairo.
MOUND' CITY AND c A 1 1:
THE STEAM TUG. CACHE
Cut. "William H Pamivky.
FOUR TRII'S KVKHY PAY
koi or .UHriirrurr.
At 7 .t.
At 10 a.m.
At 1 P.M.
At & P.M.
Ian: 1U ,Cni,
At ..10 A.M.
At 0.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. AVIIKN JIAII.KH.
ikix rAc-ronv. a. K'a i.A.vi.iNo, ki
MOI TH Or CA IIC, HAULS K M.T,
ANIl NAVY YAltll.
lfATCH H.'EE, and i) a d.y Hire, no hum
H boff , AddieJ ttith .tulno. I.ATTA A CO,
rMl.burtr, fa. e, j.t w.im
1 (f( W"K Ai:.NTs VANTKlJ.-llighet
1 ,UOU t- rium.iori i'i,M In pruiilum., Uuu
i j.iihinat on or discount. A Nc Plan, rircnlir.
fatltet, Nea York.
ai.ire.e Jl. l.ili.Jcllc litrn. Hi i editr
Mllli: regular annual term of Una l.atr Sehooi
J tiillopen on WV.ii,r...i), ijt-lol r llih, l7l.
lul leour.e, m.. term. ,a luuiilhe, e.cii. p-t.a-
ueiit. kilimttv.1 to Hie teni.,r ( la , examination
I.) appi .Kim, .,n r befoir ivtobi-r Ufa. Wl.
Tuition lee, Kiim i.i.r nniiiiin. l or lnrtteiilara
G-. UL. STEWART,
Auting llejll Of I'lkCllity,
XY.l N'OHTH :5rd St., ST. LOUIS. MO,
ici: ;ki:am nammi.v.
ICE CREAM SALOON,
COM M KJtCIA L AVK.VCK,
UelM.irN'tfiiliM.li mill liiKlili'Clllli
rilllK Htl.OO.V ,a been haii.l.iimely lilled iiii
J. aii.i uill aUaja aupply ,e be.t
'Eul found an) while in the oily.
FAMILIES OK FA11TIK.S HUIM'LIKI)
ON HHOItT NOTICK.
- he patronaKU of the public l. reHitrullv
NO. MO WASHINGTON AVENUE,
llaa on hand
FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
(, CLOCKS, JEWELltY, ETC.
i.rtlci'lar attenl on jjlvi'ti to
HEPAiniNO FINE WATCHES.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
HTBICUN.funtfon and A( .uheur. formerly
of Ann Wnioo! county. , lllli,iilaha r
loc.Ud Intolro-om. -Coinmeri .al
B"ltlh and Mh strut. Vo.t
i. n it
NT 11 A L HOUSE,
Vlllit ItMge. lllilinlH.
1 niOTIIV COVIi, Proprietor.
if the l.ot mi. I fine.l saloon, in the roun.
. iippneii Mini inr hr.t wfno', liquor
.fer liecr. l lie proprietor Invll. paionl,Ke
. -ing mi ireiu litem ni. patr.tn ttcu oun iu
hrm the l.ol In Iho ho which it lhel.et
-l llliiiir. j.oti
r m, Wllllnin It. Ilutke ntiil Ho.anna llurko
'. .Ii. I no the '.'M ilay of June, A. 1). 18M,
' Iheir ceitnlii lunrtKnfte or doeilol Hum
him N llAtnletn eiMirtrnrlaln note.thero-
1 1 1
iii i. rui n.ii'ii, m nicn iiitu oi trui wait only ae
kio.t ni!il ami ro r.ieil In hook "D" tiajre. :iw
iiih) vili the rd'onlern ollle of Alexander coun
ty, I I. n.ii". And thereis, default ha heen made
In liir ..jment ot rnhl tiolea. Now, therefore.
In eiionmnco will tie prntlnion of ald deed
and lit .virtue of the paw r therein coutained, I
will, on Kr.dny, lh lit iIh) of Nei.teiiilMr, A. 1).
IJI, at the from door ofllio court hue of Al
ex .tnler enmity, Klale ol llllii'ii', t ' o'clock f
aald diif iroeje.o fell (he fiilloMlliC de.eillod
tnnperiy, .llnale 1 ti In the r It) of Cairo, to-ttll!
lit liiiliihered fetenteen (I.I. eighteen (111,
nineteen .111) In l.tork ttfi).nur (.'!), a the eame
w . enu ed to Iw pUtti d ai.d rK'oideil l.y Mer.
Ta)l mud IMM., th fame being de.oribed In
i i deed ol iriiKt, for cd-li In hand to the highest
Mdder and will execute to the putcha.er or pur-
KLIZ.vnnTH C. 1IAYN1E,
JmlnlMrtr. for l.liain N. llntnlc.
July ?.llh, UTI. J)30-Wiq.
I'iiI.HsIicmI -rcr.v mornlnir, Mnnilnjr ex.
Fresh oysters in every style at Her
bert'.. Fresh oysters received dully at Louis
Tlio prevailing epidemic in tho city at
present is boils on tlio nolo.
Steam was raised in tbc bub and spoke
fuctory yesterday for the first time.
Sol. Silver Las gone on a tour through
Iowa, and Ed. F. Sisson is acting In his
place as agent for the St. Louis steamers.
The Sir Knights, of Cairo, proposo an
excursion to llnltimoro about tho mlddlo
Stockflcth and Woodward liavo been
absent from tho city for it week past on
business. They both returned yesterday.
Thirteen hhds. of Dcmarcra, and 6
hhds. of New Orleans sugar, just received
by Strattou & Bird and ottered low to tlio
Mr. F. Vincent proposes a visit to all
tho inhabited portions of the country
about Cairo to sell tickets for his gift en
terprise. Just received by Stratton & ItirJ, and
offered low to the trade, 13 hhds. choice
Deinarcra sugar. Also. 5 hhds. New Or-
'. i-mis m::ar.
1 - .urs proposes to furnish grapes,
dtti'.y, .luring the ksjuii from Villa liidne,
at the residences of the. citizens of Cairo,
in 0 lb. boxes, at 5 cents per lb.
Tbrupp, with his rurveying pirty is
within tiiree miles of Cuiro on the the line
of the Kentucky and Tennessee railroad
th cxieri-ionof tho Mobile and Ohio roud
Six employes of the Illinois Central
railroad were discharged yesterday for
leftrirt; their work without permission to
alien J the funeral ol the late William
mere .Tin io services in all our
chtin lii-s to-dny ut Imlf-past ten o'clock.
At night the Jlev. Footu willjirench at tlio
corner of Seventh street and Commercial
A large fire at tho mouth of tho
Cache was visible lat night from the
levee. It wa fioiiglit to Lu Dougherty's
The jury in the case of Arrick vs. the
Illinois Central railroad company return
ed a verdict yesterday of $3,840,40 in
favi.r of tliu nluiMiir.
At Imlf-pitst ten o'clock last night the
Iliberninns sounded tho alurm of lire, and
all the encinci turned out. But the alarm
proved to ho 1'aUe.
Mathus & Uhl will rent one the
store rooms in tho "Widow t llloek," now
being built by Wiekwlre, and go Into
their old business thu Hour and coiiini
Tho mull named Tuppel, an insurance
agent, we belluvu, U in trouble. The com
panies lie reprcM'iiti threaten to arrest him
if he does not wall; up to the captain's of-
llov. Friend, of the Christian church.
will preach this morning on thu subject i
iiiiotit llolinins no iniui shall st;o the
.ord, ' iind in tho evening on "As a man
thinketh in his heart, so he is."
Ellen Harris, arretted by Cain, for
drunken and disorderly conduct in tho
atreeU, was lined yeslurday by Jude
Hro.s S1.1 and eo.ta. Sho guvu securitv
and promised lo piiy thu amount duo on
Ono of our exchange says that (!en.
Hium inrorniLHl tin, u.ntor that work
would Im commenced i, tlu Cairo mid
Vinceniics riiilrond on August 1st and
ru.iieu to completion n energy after
a brother of . uiue Aldrud, surveyor
of 1'ulaskl county, foil from a punch tree.
n.. 'P....J.1 .... 1. . '
.. . .ii.uaj mv, nnu in loriy-iiTo minutes
was a corpse. Dr. Uw was called In, but
on ins arrival the boy was dead. No In
Wo road with much interest, thu ox
tract, on tho second page of to-day' IJui.-
LKTi.v, irom a letter written by Mary J.
Satlord, M. D., to friends In this city. Thu
'utter Is dated Jlrcslau, Oermany, July a,
"i. vtoaro Kinuiy permitted by A. 1)
K,H7,.I 1 r. i ..e .
j.t.j., io my ii ueioro our reauers,
Mr 1". Vincent, of this city, hus
irurwmiHiiuiW dog. Two weeks ago
..... ...u.cuuj- 11U nittek-nnU-taii terrier
lollowed a neighbor on Mra, nnJ
carried to Centralia. I.u Tuc, .
came homo, the weariest and. himri,.,t
doc In nil the land, almost used up, i.avw
boon ttbueiil twelve days. Ho had truV.
eled all tho vay back on foot.
Policeman Robertson mado live ur
XiiU yesterday John Sliorcp, Frank Tra
cy imo 'Jjivl Dorwy, n runner for ono of
our hotels and tlio man ho attempted to
whin. John. Frank and Levi had
been guilty of taking a drop too much,
and insisted upon being disorderly. Thoy
woro each fined $2 and costs, and tho run
nor and his victim oach 5 nnd costs.
Chas. 11. Evans, Washington avenuo
botweon Eighth and Ninth streets, has on
hand a splendid stock of family grocer
rics of all kinds, which ho is selling at tho
lowest prices. Ho is determined to bo
not undorsold, and challenges compari
son of tho quality of his goods with any
houso in tho city. tf
Gates, of tho Eldorado saloon, has a
now brand of cigars, which, ho claltnr, Is
tho best in tho city. Tlioy aro called the
Calafornia brand, and wo know from sam
pling a box that Gates was kind enough to
scmllo Tin: IIcllktin that thoy aroin ex
cellence all that Gates claims for them.
Everybody who likes a fine-flavored cigar
hould try the California brand-
Tlio return gamo botween tho Trim
ble base ball club, of Paducah,andtho Del
t is, of this city, will bo nlaved to-morrow
flornoon on tho gounds of the loit named
club near The Bulletin office. The
Deltas do not anticlpato on easy victory.
Several members of tho Trimblo nlno nro
professional players. Tho Deltas arc all
new at tho baso ball business and baro not
had timo to practice. Business is dull at
l'aducah, and tho peoplo havo loisuro to
indulgo In games of pins and baso ball.
If the council has prohibited tho mar
shal from shooting dogs it has not pro
hibited him from administering dog but
tons And he should go Into tho business
without delay. This notion on tho part of
tho marshal Is demanded by all citizens
who appreciate tho blessing of sleep. Tho
infernal noise of tho barking curs ming
ling with tho clatter of cow bells and tho
squealing of looso hogs banishes sleep dur
ing most of tho night from all that portion
of tho city which lies south ot Thirteenth
Eliza Williams has been an almost
constant inmato of tho city jail for six
months past. In the beginning of the pres
ent week sho was discharged from custody,
and immediately returned to her cups.
lesterday she became very drunk and in
sisted in raising tho devil, in which pas
time she was interrupted by Cain, who ar
rested her. Squire liross, after hearing
the evidence, assessed against her tho small
fino of 550 and costs, nnd City Attorney
Pope, In order to rid tho community of
her pestlforous presence, stayed execution
forty-eight hours on condition that sho
would leave thu ci'.v within that time.
William Alba's barber si op 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. The pro
prietor has had many years' experience in
his business nnd i recognized nsonoofthe
most expert shavers in Southern Illinois,
whilo young Alba is n master in his pro
fession. Citizens and strongors who wish 1
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or tneir hair cut in the latest stylo should
patronize Allu. His shop i. on Commer
cial avenuo next door to Hannon's news
Tho Saline County llrgiatrr, of 2Cth
inst., says of tho Cairo and Vincennes
railroad : " It comes to us that tho parties
proposing to furnish money to build tho
above road have asked Gen. Winslowfor
report us to its value as it railroad
thoroughfare. It was generally under
stood that if tho report was favorahlo
the tnonoy would bo at onco forthcoming.
and wo havo tho very best authority for
srying that u favorahlo report bus been
made. Therefore, wo have confidence to
beliovo that when our Directors return
from New York they will havo seen the
papers signed and tlio delivery of tio
'J'ho raco yesterday was attonded bv
at least thrco hundred people men, wo
men and boys, black and white. Thu nags
entered wero lleopplo's horse and Kynas
ton's mare. At about lmlf.past four tho
horses started, and eamo out together, the
hor.o leading tho maro about a foot. The
judges woro Messrs. IJribaeh, Komi, '.
linins nnd llollin?, and three of them de
cided Hint tho horso had at least seven feet
thu start, but Hollins insisted that this was
a mistake, and that tho raco must bo run
ovor. This suggestion whs ncted upon,
and in the second raeo tho horse lod at
least forty feet. Considornblo excitement
prevuiled and several hundred dollars
-Fish & Parsons havo had in their
employ, for some timo pabt, a man by tho
name of Millie. He had n contract utidor
them for sawing out Imrrol headings, and
to an uppoaranco wus an honest and ex
emplary man. But appearances, In many
case, aro deceptive, and in tho caso or
Millio thoy turned out to bo very much
so, " if not mere." On Thursday niuht ho
called on Mchsrs. F. & P. nnd ri,nn...i.,l
Viem to puy him 200, which wero due
him, saying, at tho timo, that his employes,
eight or ten in number, woro poor man
and very much In noud nt i.,.t. i...i. i
wages. Having obtained thu money, hit
p..v ii ono in. noncsi wallut, and loft for
parts unknown. His unpaid employes aro
now curting him at their lol.uro.
Tho sale of the old market houso and
its removal from Washington avenue
meet tho approval of n great majority of
tho peoplo of tho city. It nmrrod thu
beauty of tho avonuo and was n rnttlc-trati
concern that did no crodlt to tlio taste or
the men who erected It. But It was not
tho deslro of thoso who advocatod its bol
irlimcnt to compel tho citlzons and far-
mors to do without a market place, and a
movement was immediately put on footbv
tho council to procuro lots on which to
build a now houso. Tho movemont was
not prosecuted with tho necessary vigor,
and finally was abandoned. It should
now bo roviicd. Tho necessities of tho
public requiio a place whoro tho farmers
may sell their vegetables to the citizens,
and where the butchers of the city may
display their meats. Wo know it is main
tained by many that thu butchora cannot
Ibu compelled to go Into a market houso.
"v u uio puuuo pruior todo.il wjth thoso
who do ull of them will soon abandon
their simp, and buy stalls from tho city.
Let the murkot house quostlon bo revived'.
DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY ,30 1871.
II. S. Whcoler, Chicago, III.;
Kev. Dr. Ford, St. Louis, Mo.j
Mark Esls, guost of Cant. Ducant
J. Mel'bllllpi, wlfo nnd child, Chicago,
K. Korsytho and wife, Chicago, XII.;
Mrs. S. Harris, Columbus, Miss.;
F. E, Flolds, Louisvlllo, Ky.j
E. B. Wakoman, Storllng, 111.
IUliajilk and SA7K. Dr. Henry
Koot and riant rills aro mild and please
ant In their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being on
tlroly vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouso tho liver and socrctlvo organs Into
noatiny action, throwing off disease with
out exhausting or dobllllating tho system
iry them and you will bo satisfied
l'rlco25 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dcalors in mcdiclno ovorywhero
Prepared by tho Grafton Medldno Co., St
Louis, Mo. myOdm
For Sale or IIknt. Tho ol Garni,
situated on Commercial avcr.uo between
Seventh and Eighth slrcoU, Cairo, Ills
Falling heath of tho ownor requires him lo
mako this change. Tho houso is doing
paying businosis, is largq and commodious.
built of brick and well arranged. For par
licuiars, address nenry Harris, Cairo, Ills
or npply on tho promises. jy29w2.
To Contractors. Plans and specifica
tions may bosocn at tho itoroof H. Moyor,
tobacconist, noxt door to his old stand, on
Ohio lovee, for tho building of a now brick-
building on tho sito of his old establish
ment Bids will bo opened at twolvo
o'clock. Monday, July 31, 1871. Tho
right to reject any or all bids is reserved
Cairo, 111, July 27, 1871. d3t.
Dissolution of Copartnership. Tho
copartnership heretofore existing between
tho undersigned in tho " Now Dclmonico"
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
William Winter assumes all debts owing
by said firm, and collocts nil bills duo to
John II. Kelly,
i Cairo, July 20, 1871.
Phillip Bauoh is mastor of his trade,
and warrants all of his work to be of tho
very lest material and manufacture; guar
antees h complete fit and entlro salisfac.
tion, is not confined to any particular style,
but makes every variety of boots and shoes
from tho heaviest cowhido to tho finost
French calf and morocco. Ho also keeps
a largo sloct on nana, of Awoirn manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work encap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth it., south side.
near cornor of Ohio levee, Cairo. dtf
Weiss Beer. Charley Schoncmoyor,
nt tho Egyptian saloon, is in constant re
ceipt of a full supply of tho purest and
freshest Weiss Beer a beverage fit for a
lord; exhilinriting without intoxicating,
cool and delicious just tho drink to fight
the dog-days with. Besides Weiss Uccr,
which he makes a specialty, hn has also
on hand an excellent stock of wines, 11
quors nnd cigars. Call on him.
Foil Sale. At n bnrgain, a Davis' sow
ing machine. Has never been used; is
entirely now ; nl?o, n new $S0 Wilcox &
Gibbs, single thread, loop-stitch, sewing
machine Enquire at tho
East India preserves at Jorgcnscn's.
Shriver's oyster ketchup nt Jorgen
Genuine Spanish olives nt Jortren-
Imported London biscuits at Jorgen-
Tho best fruit jars in tho world for
sale at Parson, Davis & Co., on Tonth
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, plcca
lillo and onions, at Jorgcnscn's.
Ancliiovis, in plcklo, oil or salt', at
Mason's improved fruit jars with glass
tops, sold by Parsons, Davis & Co.
Go to Parsons, Davis & Go's friut-lar
emporium, Nos. 5 and 7, Tenth streot.
Ono thousand fruit jars, choapor than
over, forsalo by Parsons, Davis & Co.
-Gunvn jelly and Bosnia prunes at Jpr-
Lleblg'g celebrated oxtract of meat at
We guarantootho glass top Jars as tho
best. Parsons, Davis it Co.
Imported London Club nnd Wor
cheirtershiro sauce, at Jorgensen's.
Tho old, reliable Groove ring fruit
Jars only $1.10 a dozen and scaling wax,
for salo by Parsons, Davis &, Co.
-Over $16,000 worth of boots and
shoes, at manufacturer's prices, for thirty
days, nt Elliott, Hnythorn & Cos. Goods:
by tho caso or slnglo pair, for cash, at cash
prices, ut 140 Commercial nvenuo.
Wm. Ehlors, at his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing every varloty of
boots and shoes from genuine French calf
(ho uses no other kind) which ho sells
rudy mado or mado to order nt prices
that defy competition. Jy20tf
Wo call tho attention of our readers to
thu card describing Dr. Uattlngor's family
medicines. Theso medicines nro no pat
ont or quack preparations, but tho result
or special Btudy nnd oxporienco of ft reKu.
'"f Physician- Jy26dwlw.
-China, queenswarc, cutlery, lmr.
glassware or all kinds, fruit jars, tllvor
plated waro, best quality nml re(ucoJ
prices at Parsons, Davis & Co'., N0j 0
nd 7, Tonth Btroot. jy2tid2w
Genuitio walnut nnd mushroom'kotch
tips, nt Jorgonsnn's. Jy2Ctf
To Mothers and Nurses. Mrs whit
comb's Syrup for Diarrhea, &c, in child
ren, whether Induced by teething or otlior
causes, is tho safest nnd beet remedy.
Dis'soLoio'ir of PAntER!inp.,ii10
copartnership horoJ.q(oro existing botweon
John Wood' and Arthur Boylo In tho
packing nnd provision business is horoby
dissolved by mutual consent. John Wood,
nlono Is authorized to colloet nil monies'
duo said firm, nnd will pay nil dobts con
tracted by said firm. Tools, slaughter'
houso, oto, are b.V mutual consont tho
proporlyof A. Boyle.
CAino, 111, July 24, 1871'. Jy27t3.
Tax Payirb, Take Notice. The city
tax book, for 1871, has boon placed in my
hands, and I shall at once proceed to tho
collection of tho taxes. At thn nttitrntfnn
of thirty days tho delinquent tax-list will
bo published, nnd tax-payors will savo
trouble lo thotusolycs and tho city by act
ing promptly on this notice
Jos. B. Taylor, City Colloctor.
Cairo, July 2 1, 1871.
Auoubt Fourth. Tho Freo Benev
olent Sons of America, will turn out on
August tho 4lh, nt Florn Gnrdcn. All nrO
cordially Invited to attend. Tho speak
ers will bo: Messrs. J. GlAdnov. J. J.
Bird, G. W. Ellis and othors. Admittance:
Adults, 25 cents: Children, 15 cents. By
order of tho committee.
dw Wm. Flernoy.
Attention, Evxryiiody. I will offer
for sale, on Saturday, July 28, at 0
a.m., at my stororoom, 105 Commercial av
enue, a largo assortment of now second
hand furniture, consisting of bodstoads,
bureaus, tables, safes, etc; also, a .larco lot
aruzs, prescription case, cioininc. boon.
, ' -.i . i
i noes, groconcs, oic.
St. Nicholas. Day boarders can to
euro good accommodations at the St. Nlch
olas (formorly tho St, James) at $4 per
wook. Tho house is at tho corner of Ohio
leveo and Eighth street, n contral location,
and is proprictbred by Hariy Walker,
wno is auvo to the wants ot nis patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn torms on Inquiry nt tho office
New Photoorai-h Gallery. We no
tice that Mr. J. J. Thomas lids' fitted up
tho rooms lately occupied by W. 0. Worth
ington in very good style, and, as an artist,
is doing excellent work thai should entitle
him to a fair sharo of patronage
Another great raco between John
Boepplc's bay hone and. James Kynas-
ton's roan maro will bo run nt 5 o'clock
p.m., Saturday, July 29, on the track a lit
tio beyond Thirty-fourth street. Stakes
One hundred dollars. Iy2i3
CANS! CANS 1 1 CANS! 1 1
Five hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK STORP, at $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholesale nnd retail
took in tho cltv.
Ghkelky & Patiek.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 224 pages. Price
0 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Sco Advertisement.
Wanted. A fow good dining-room
girls nt tho St. Charles hotel, Cairo, Ills.
Apply at tho house. F. D. Rexford,
nt 5 cents each;
Stcamor City of Chester, Memphis.
John ijumsden, Kvansvlllc
Warren Bolle, Now Orleans.
Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., l'aducah.
J. M. Kellogg, St. Louis.
Florence, St. Louis.
Hollo MomphU, St. Louis.
Steamer City of Chester, St. Louis.
" .ion n mimsuon, Kvansvuie.
,' Kddyvillo, Louisville
' " Warren Bcllo, Louisville
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., l'aducah. '
" J. M. Kellogg, Commerce
" Belle Mempliis, Memphis.
110ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
" St. Josoph, Memphis.
Salllo, Fort Smith.
Hollo St. Louis, Vicksburg.
" Pauline Carroll, New Orleans.
!" Sally Lee, ned river.
11 Florence Leo, Evanivillo.
' Grand Towor, St.Xouis.
Our friond,Ed.Siuon, is agent'pro torn of
tho St. Louis and Memphis packet com
pany during tho abicnco of Sol. A. Silver.
Secrotary Boutwell instructs tbosurvey-
or of Evansvillo and tho local board of In-
pectors, that any steamer with high pros-
uro boilers, and carrying a prcsiuro of
steam above CO pounds to the square inch
must bo designated as a high pressuro
boat nnd that tho steamer Quickstep play
ing at Evansvillo, haviug high ) pressure
bollors, and carrying ono hundred nnd
forty pounds of steam, is a high prossurg
boat ntid must tako iho words "low Pfcs-
uro 'iirom mo wneoinouso.
The packets uro arriving bebind,tlmo on
account of low water in tho rivors.
Tho Belle Momphls brought a largo lot
of morchandizo. for our morcbants. She
addod considerable hore Sho lookod gay
in her now coat of paint.
Tho Bella Momphis reports the M. J.
Wicks hard agrpund just abqvo Cape CHr-i
ardcau and tho Carry V. Kountz just get
ting off as tho Hollo passed. ,
Wo ore under obligation to our frlond
Milt Rcld for past favors.. .May. ho live
long and bo huppy.
Tho arrivals at this port Inst wook wero
Tho river (till continuos to fall and is
lower than it has.been for samo time Tho
foot of Iho lovee, or rlvor as it is tnlled is
visible. Levoo business very good.
Tho Glencoo dropped lo tho wharf and
ii loading for Now Orleans. Bho will load'
with'put any dolay as freights are plentiful,
notwithstanding tho number ef tons that'
havo been shipped during tho put week.aud
thcro ia plenty lo load her. Sho Is n big
carrier nnd ns good n low-wntcr bout
as thcro is, Sho doparts on Monday.
Tho John Lumsdon brought a fair trip;
had for Cairo 170 bags wheat; for St.
Louis, 183 bags barley; for Memphis, C
casks bacon, 61 bbls. meal, 70 bags coin;
and 002 bbW. flour, m bbls. onions ond
potatoes, 701 .acks corn, nnd 20 coops
chickoni for. Now Orleans.
Tho Eddy vlllo, from Louisvlllo, brought
about 124 tons for tho south, and trans
ferred It to tho Glencoc.
Tho Warron Bollo was light. luppbso
sho is going to Loul.vlll.to repair.
' Tlslc had 12 hhds. tobacco for Now Or
leans; 60 bbls. flour and 172 bdls, felloes
for Memphis,, and a few lot sundries for
Tho Kollogg brought out thrco barges
and returns with an'ompty bargo to light
on two of her barges which sho, loft at
Coramoroe, as thoy woro drnwlng moro
watorthan thoro was In tho river. Sho was
aground onca between hero and Commurco.
Sho reports less than six feet In tho r Ivor!
Rates havo advanced at St. Louis to 7Ce
onj flour and fiOc. on pound freights.
Wo havo It from good authority that
tho Bertha nnd Deer Lodgo will not ply
between St. Louis nnd here It Is tho In
tention of Captain Campbell to wreck
them and loll them lo whoever may wnnt
lo purchaso any part of n steamer.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATKM, Proprietor.
I0 Commercial Aronue, C.VltlO, ILLINOIS
Ut brand of California Cigar Ju.t received,
BILLIARD saloon furnt.he.l ith Iho lest ol
Ul.le.i and bar .implied with wine., liquors
and cigar, of the lineal brand. 1
Q -A. IMT P Ij E ROOMS,
for. I'onrtccBlla N(. nnd Com
FITK2EHAM'8 Hampl Kooma are ato-ked
with pure Imported win.., liquor, and ciura,
. . , -.fm .iuiii me uar in nrei.cu.
- TOw l no belter e.tabll.hment In Houth
trn llllnon, and nune hotter .locked. Call and
" tauuua uranu. ui trinea ana liquor..
JOHN HYLAN'D'S SALOON,
Comer Tenth Nlrcct nttd Comuierrlal
SUHKItlOIt liquor., beer. ale. etc., and fragrant
llarana. always on nand. Tho.e desiring do
llshtful txrerax'-. should not lad to call and enioy
them. All th.ir want, w ill U attend to In a man
ner that will warrant a return. All hi. liquor.,
wine, and cigar, hare been selected with arcai
caro and critical Latin.
WIMEN AND LKICOK.
WM. H. SCnUTTER,
Ismportrr nnd Wliolraaln Ilenler lu
TOBACCO Sx. CIG-A3S.S.
Agnt for tho U-it brnii of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ale of ISIirerenl Hlnil.
75 Ohio Lkvek,
(I CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
(iccui.OK ruitLt A urnraritTit
Keeliryer nnd Wholesale Healer it
I'oreitrn nml Ilometlc
LIQU6IIS, wiKES, ETC.
No. 78 Onto Lkvkk,
HeBii-orinn IIuick, CV1RO, ILLINOIS.
MKkeepaon hand eini-tnmlf a' full atock of
01.1 Kentucky ltourkon, llyo and Mononga
, Whl.kiea, French llrandlcii, lloll.tnd liln,
Hhmeund California Wines, Jin'Mf
Cor. Mlli-Nt. mid 'oiiiiiierclnl-itv.
Clcan Totrcla nnd
1 SHrLadlfa' and children', hair cut and sham
pooed, either at tho .hop or at their own homes.
SNTGentleinenYwui.lierHfftad hair dyed in a
clentltic manner. Sati.lnction (juaranteed.
iiansel'm patent the' ONLY itELIAIlLK
WINDOW VAST OUT.
Si.3 2 1-
ilERLIZHEIMER & OAHN,
Bole owner, of Hho Territorie. of tho States ol
llllnoia, WiHconsin and Iowa, nnd
' AKcnt. for other Htivtos,
General Okkioe 90 -WABiiiNOTON-aT.,
McCOMBS, KELLER & BRYNES,
Bccucor. to Adolphu. Meier Co.,
ISll'ORTERS AMD joilllKBS IN
HAIWAltE AND CUTLERY,
Nos. 100 and 102 N. Mnln-st.,
sr ovTr nnJ t
w W.JJ A wLsTsVPTTtliBH
THE IIRIDAL CHAMBER
ESSAYS V OR YOIJNd iM h
(IRl'.AT SOCIAL KVILH AND A1IUBK1,
Which Interlern wltli marrl.Ho, wltli .nro me
of relief for theerrlusand linfortunnle. ill. en
nnd dehiillittod. Hent In aenled rnvelnpcs, Ufi
charge. Andre... iiownni rsaniinrT Aid A
lion, No.'JHoiilli Ninth-. I., Philadelphia, M
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEI)
Cure, colic nnd KrlplnR 1
In thn bowel., nnd fa- I
cllltftlen the procei.of f
Hiilnlue. notivul.il n.
and jtrereome. nil dla
ea.ei. incl.lehl to in-
Lfant. and children,
Cure, diarrhea, ill. en.
lory nnd .iimmer corn
fen I J
til. ilm n.t inr..e. H.i f.i.o . u--. ,
h::;-" ,r " -'nti'iren s noouiir
Remedy In all diaordera brousht on by Teeiliin
urnuy olhercau.e. 1'repareJhy the
"""' .nr.iJii;inisco., bt. Iul., Jl
Hold by Dnntirfit. nnd LValer. in Mediei
ORDINANCE NO. 120,
An orillnnuce to nuthorlte n aub.erlntlon of iiai
oi to the Cairo and hi. Loui. ltail tos?l o'im
u 1 .iX"' ''',,n" nd
Where.., an eleelinn wa. held n piir.tunce ol
.uehre.olutlon andthoielurn. ntiL "1
laid It-clorn the City Council ntn .peclii meei mi
. ... . """b ero ca.i in laror 01 .a d .uUcrinl
i ?"i VT1 49."2. V", " ?nJ "'"eon City Cot I
til dec ared .aid election carried in faroi nri i
uwcrit.tlon, ami ln.tmcte. the ordlnanco coin4
miltenio prepare and .uhmit to .aid council thil
. ; . ' "iuiii.iivw m varry iijo re.ulL or .1.1.
election Into fltrct i .rut
wljerea.. prollonal contract ha. been en J
1, 1 . "alu tlro .nd eU 1x1.11
1,.. "1' "1-on.iWo coniraotor!
HIV vwllrUUtHUU U, PMIU TUiV. Uttfl UlKlll t IssVl
ubcnptlon. heretofore authorited to be mad "1I1I
rilro r ' council of Iho cily of 5
Hfcno.l. Hint the Mayor of Ih. city I an.i
he herehy I. aulhoritei aid iSai,,,' lS.T ioVu,,.
Clerk and City Comntroller iJ .n.i 1 ....:'7t r "7
by authorized and In.tructed to .ijin and .Itu til
eal of tho city lo the ..tne, and to delirtr ttm
.am. to a trn.teeor truaUta to be appointed 1 y
the Mayor ari l City Council to bo held by 7
tiuileeor Iru.tet. In ocro, and to bo delivered
D" i-oui. iuiiroa.1 l-oiiipanr
ujion thcfoilowinncondllion., vli that thnira. k
of .aid road .hall enter Aleiander county at Hn
northern limit, upon the line dividmz 'it fern
Union county and .hall tieearrie.1 npon the iii(..t
rlmible roulo tolhc lerce. .urroundinK the cjtv
ol ll.lro, and '
"That the work afiall be commenced andpro.e.
cutwl from the rlty efc.iro bv the fir.t day of
.Soveinber Hi'l.and the rad-led .hall l.e ctrn
pleted to thn county lino of I'nion county by tlio
til. t day ofJulv lili, I'lovnled however, that th
bond, of thn city of Calro.hall lw)nd to the ..1 1
Railroad Company on theccmpleilonof earn flv.,
mile, ol theroad-K-d commencing at Cairo, ai I
amount to lo paid ire rnMa. tho niiiountdono
In proKrlnn to lhwhoe.ork to bo done en II,.,
riud iti in e.tid Alexander ounty, .aid amount
b b .-cerlnlneil by a .nrvey and an e imt of
Itinco.t of the whole work 111 .aid county, '
I'rovidod, that interr.t .hall not begin id run
upon any of Iho .aid twndu until the canii tny
hall hate become entitled 10 reoejte the .at I
bond.; and protide-l further that in noca.e .hti
them Uil.nued In. aid railroad enmpany a ureater
amount in Ihe Iwnd. ol tho oltr Hun hit r.r
lentuin ol tnn vo.l U rixliof any five mlfe ol
of ald road bed, as .hown by the certJtle.l
rnexurement. of die engineer .aid railriiad,
until .aid railroad .hall h leen ctmpleted,
and that any .urplil of .aid ieond. not dentere.l
tin-ler thl. proti.l.n .lull be 'UUcre.l to iho
arid railroad compady when Ihe track thereol in
nitnpett and tho cara run thereon Irom Cairo
to Hi. loul...
Approved July '.Mnd.lSTl.
JOI1N.M. LANSHK.V, Major.
AtU.t M.J. IIOWLKV. City Clerk.
ORDINANCE. NO. 115).
An ordinance lo amnoruo tlio .uhacrintlon of
Slmi,U"J to Ihe Cairo and Vlncennea llallroad
Oimpany, and for other purposes.
Whereaa, by an agrecioonl entered into between
tho Cairo ami Vincenne. Railroad Company and
thn city of Cairn, and approved by thn City Conn
ll November 'i'.lh, l.7. It I. provided that the.
.tock amounting to J Ikj.iO) be ii.ui d by tho (;.iro
and Vincenne. railroad company to the city for
Iho iil"criptiou of that amount .hould Ut .old by
iho cily lo ih .aid company, upon certain con
dition, ua txprced in raid contract and
Whereat, it I- under.tood that laid company
are willing to eit-n l the timo for Iho iu of
nld bond, and tho commencement of Iho pay
ment of intere.t on thn nine ; therefore
llo it ordained by Uio City Council of tho city
Section 1. That the Mayor of the cily be, and
he Ih m-rcliy authorized and in.tructed to .iih
cribe on beh.lfof tho City of Cairo to the capi
tal .tuck of tho Cairo nnd Vincenne. railroad
company in the lumof one hundred tliou.nnd
dolUr., .aid .ub.crlptlon to be payable In lond.
ol thucity ii hereinafter provided for; '.thai tho
Mayor, City Clerk, and City Comptroller be, and
they nro hereby authorited and m.tructod loin to
prepared and to aign and seal iiond. ol the city
to tho amount of one hundred thou.and dollar.,
to Ui umicd to .aid railroad company, .aid bond,
to Im in such, uma m the mid company may do
.Ire, to hear Intereal at tlio rate of s per cent, per
annum, and to I payable twenty year, after thu
datii thereof, with coupon, attached for tho pay
ment of the intorc.t emi-Hniially onllie aaine;
that the Mayor la hereby authorized and instruct
ed to take charge of .aid liond.when prepared,
nlgned ecaled and ready for delivery, and I.
authorized nnd Inatrticled to dolivertheaame to
eomo re.fion.lble banking, loan or trust com
pany, trL.lco or tru.tee i located or residing in
iho city ol ftetv York ar el.cwhere, n. may bo
ngreedupon by lllm anil .aid Railroad company,
.aid bond, to bo held by .ant banking loan or
tru.t company, truateo or trustee., in
e.crotr and lobe delivered up; to the said
Calm and Vincenne railroad company,
uhun tho .aid Cairo and Vlnconnci railroad ha.
been con.trucled, that ia to lay hn. been put in
gool ordinary running order, from tho city of
Cairn, Illlliol., to tho city ol Vincenne., Indiana,
and the car. .hall havo run thereon, nnd not bo.
foro protlded, work on .aid road .hall lie re
turned by or befora October l.t next, and .aid
road shall ho flul.hcil by or before tnn fir.t day
of Annual, 1873, and provide 1 alao that the inter
e.t nccruing on said bond, prevlou. to their
delivery to .aid railroad company, .hall not Inunt
to the benefit of said railroad company, hut the,
couion. for unaccrued Interest.hall be detached
from Mid lioud. previous to their delivery In
.aid railroad Company and bo returned to add
cily of Ciiro, no that Interest shall not be paid or
accrue to .aid railroad company before tho timo
when aaid company .hall bu entitled torecelvo
.nld Imnd. according to tho condition herein ex
nrr.sed. . ....
Seel!. It shall he, and it U hereby mado tlio
duty of tlio banking, loan, tru.t company 01
trailer., which .hall bo chosen or .elected ti
hold nudi liondn, .1 hereinbefore provided, I
dcllterup thn said bondi to said railroad cor.
pany upon tho anld company'. Issuing In .11
cily, and delivering to .aid trii.loo ono hundri
thousand (ttuOU.OOH) dollar, of paid up stock
.aid railroad company, which .aid stock tho ti
trustee 1. hereby authnrizod and directed toj
to ssid railroad company for fiye thousand i
lam (IW100) of Cairo oily bond. .0 a. llieretf
carry out the provisions of tho agreement
tored into November Mlh. 1807, by and betttr
said cily and .aid railroad company.
Approved ""ffli,UNSDENi.Vllyor, ,
Attest! M J.HOWLEY.CIerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 118. v
An ordinance la refcrenco to the Police forc
Bo it ordained by tho City Council of tho cli
Biction 1. That tvro additional 1'ollce Conilaj
hie. be appointed who .hall act ns additional
night watchmen, nnd who .hall bo paid tho ama
.alary ai tho other 1'ollco Constable... , , . .
Brc, S. That tho city .hall bo divided Into Ihreo
police district., the lir.t to con. l.t of nil that
part of tho city below and south of Lightli i.trooti
tlio recond tn constat of nil that part ol tho city
lielwoen Klglithnnd KlHhtcenlh .treetu i and tho
third of nil tliat pari of ilio olty nhoyo nnd north
or Eighteenth street I each of said districts to Im
patrolled by two of tlio I'olico Constable, in euoh
nianncrii. the Chief of l'cllco may direct
rite. a. That section 43 ot "An ordinance to
adopt tho ordinance, of Ihe city of .lulro a. re
vised and "codMed" bo amended by adding nflcr
tlio word "authorized," nt tho end of the .1x11).
lino ol .aid section tlio words, "by tlio City Coun
cil. Approved July 17th. 1871.
" ' JOI1N M. LAN8DEN, Major.
Altcul, Mi J. Uowur, City Clerk. Jy-idlOX
Wheroa, by revolution of the Citr Council o
lint city of Onfro, adopted on March sr. icoi;
wa. ordered.that at, election l held on Anr.l an
1mi, III the .er.r.l ward, of theeliy for Iho imr
1-o.enraacertalnlnK the wl.he. of the tolera
.,,,...c.'.t7.?'H",ro '?! I't""'.' olcilptlon 0
cltlt. ,nd town, atom the llne'ol 1 JaH ro.d
therefore for the purpo.o of iritins elleet K. n,n
r- ... ... u, vuv nuuureii unu.and do Urn
aid .ubucrlptlon lo bo ijable a. hel,iii?..e
prOTldt.1 lor, that lnd. of tho cuJ .Sf 1 K l
ued In payment of .i.l .uboriptlon to ll",
amount of ninety-are thou.ond dollar., In .iu.
.urn. a. .aid company maydMlKnate,..!.! Undi
be.r Intere.t at tlio rat., 0 eixht per cent, per an
num. nnd to be payable In iwe'nt year. fr-m
late thereof, and lint Hi. Mv,.. or .... . . '