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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3j 1871.
TUB MAILS.
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(except
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7;uOp.rn
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T;W.m,
plandnlle and
joielace,
., 11:00 A.m.
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,tonej Oder and liel.ier departments not
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TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
" TAKK NOTICE.
TIMKTAHI.K OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL U. It.
On snd after uDdy, Ma- llth,187t, the follow
ing li"" "'" 80,frn thx arrival and depart
ure uf ",,,if'r trBln Bl Cairo i
y-n-Hml train, dally 11:15 p.m.
Express, daily 2.15 p.m.
l Il4 Mail, dnily - 3:30 n.ri.
Express, dally, except funday 3;30 p.m.
Nothnngr ofcare fromCniro 10 St. Lciiils. No
charge "fears frotr Culm to Chicago. Elerant
Iirming Koon lrepms cr on night trams.
Baggage checked to all important points.
The attention of slupi" Is esj.eeially
culled t" the fact tint afrit Express train will
lMtfCu.ro .lilj-,SmrJ) "reeled, and will
m.ke ihe run from this oly to Chicago In tw enty .
jtMCKKTKOUTKHlOMSOUTlf"
in
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Dons, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caqo, New York, Doston,
AXD ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
p..eiurortr'n arrive at and leave Cairo si fol
low :
sfAtt. r.xrarss.
Aunt. 3inon.m 3i30p.in.
Inrikt - lli5i.tn 2i45 ji.m.
Doth trln connect at Centralla with train on the
.ma-Iit liiasTE
rot
fans, Hecalur, Bloomlngtcn, Kl Pnso, l.a Salle,
Slentela, Krport,'in, iiiuuup, ana
ill pointa in Illinois, Mmeonrl,
Jtinnf.oU, 'ic'onln and
lowt. And H'itll
Line running Eat and West for
tl. 1UI
Citvinnati,
flfinjififlJ, LonliTllle,
lniESpoli(i, Columbia.
AtiJitChlonsowith Michigan Cfnttal. Michigan
Niutiiern, nd Pitt.bnrc Vort Wayne
aim uniCMO itauron ior
Dtjjt, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
AIUot, lt..ton, lhild-,pliia,
Niwrr FalU, Krie, llullilo.
4 Totk, I'lUfburc, llAltnnore,
WVhttiijton.
AKD ALL TOlKTrj EAST.
For throuet) tieet and mtortnilbn, apply to
MIIni Central lailroid Depot.
W. I. JOHNSON,
Cne rl P'enser Agent, Ctneieo.
J JOIIN0.. Apent, Cairo.
STEA.1ino.iTS.
mound cifr Axn cAinb.
THE STEAmYuG, CACHE
Cait. William If. Sanhlvkv.
Ill' Uht
FOUR TRII's KVKKY DAY
trrau.x
CAI3Q MX). CITY
Leave Caiiio,
MCT i.l 11111)1 nam.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 a.m.
At 1 v.M.
At 5 p.m.
Leave 31 d. Citv,
WIIABIIIIAT,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At ''.30 P.M.
At 0.30 I'.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
AT till
110V FACTORY, HAW.' ii LANDING, KY.
MOVTU OF CACHE, MAKINE WAVH,
AND NAVY YAHD.
A i H.ht.hnl ti) a day ure. no hum.
i 1 ,,A,,dr,-' 'Hi etaint., LMTA A CO,
t-'I'iburt. ! jylsdi w 3n
1 OHO ,I 00K AE-N"M WANTKP. Highest
0, ',iiUV t""n'"n S.Oijoiri premium", club
.a","'" A New I'hiu. Pirctllara
1, r1-, CU'i". M I.nm Hwn, W) (.-dar
Mre.t, Hrk. jyl3lt
ST. LOUIS
LA"W SCHOOL.
STEWART,
Dcn of Law Faculty,
-"''"Jill3rdSt..ST.hOri.SIO.
A.M I.KIUUIU.
WJ'- 'I. SCHUTTKH,
I'ES, LIQUORS,
Al)
TOBACCO U CIGAES.
iKudfortlie brand-or
l'"BAM AND STOCK AWi,
""'"'" Al" r lllirrn-ut HUH..
7" Ohio Lkvkk,
tt
CAIBO, 11,L1.S01.
F-'M. 8T0UKFL KTII,
KelfJ.4.r fcu4 ,
LIQUORS, Willis, ETC.
No. 78 Omo Lkvkk,
ar.,.,ii.ul)i,-.. I'UkO, JLUNOIH
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t'ouNimiiis
I. &E. GREEWALD.
Matmciruku or
fili-am Engine,
Holler'.,
Flour ond Umt Milli,
Haw Mill.,
The "Tojirtr" Patent Grate bar,
WAOIIJKKXY FOIt'CENntAL mU'QSEH,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
milK regular annnul i, rmuflliU Law 1-Vl.ool
i irr ."" ''"'"'"y. 'JctoUir mil, ibti.
leilX ,'. "." moi.tl,)., ci h. Mil-
ll0"' "'."rcI.oiiV-XBininatinn
A, 'f.t '' stn.er 7th. U7I.
d4ii l"r "''. For partii ulara
))V7Jtweoilir
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MOONLtOUT H.VCfllSION
CA1K0 SUA' Ml rOUXMT JJANf
OS Sill. T. K.KCKKUT,
Uuir.li HwiiIiik:, AmkiisI :, 1S71.
I.AT OK TIIK fKASO.V.
lllKfii'Mdrpri'oriiM Html liavo upciired tin
M -1111111 I'. I'. K.-ked lor n moonlight i .t-
cnrflon, In I -live the wharl promptly at o'clock
TliurMilny I'lenlng, AuriisI a, and p. opif to
make It tin' nranJot ami plwantent tilp of th
M-n-on, ki it will lip the lnt.
A fill! utriiic b.itiit will lo In iiltcndancp.
A !nrdUI invibitlnn l cxTnde i to nil who may
il, to p-mi.dpite in the nijovmpntof the r en-
Ticketo, .V'ccntu i ach.
THE BULLETIN.
I'lililNlictl Hfr.v inornliiKi Montlity fx
Ct'tltCll.
CITY SEWS.
SPLINTERS.
Swvltcring nlncttoa yestordny.
We nte plcncU to state tlint Mr.
Woodward is recovering.
Tlio fttro between Cairo and Col urn
bus lias been reduced to S- for the round
trip.
The movement started some- time-since-
for the organization of a temperance io-
cicly is n success.
An tin success fill attempt was made,
ovening beforo lnt, to enter tho hoi'sc ot
Mr. Johnson, on .Fifteenth street.
Would it bo impertinent to inquiro if
.Myers and Arnold arc tho only officers
authorized to wage legal wnrfaro on tho
hogs?
Chief Meyers nnd Joo Arnold made
a raid on tho hogs yesterday and But
ceeded in gobbling nnd Impounding
tlilrty-Jlvo of tho truants.
Tho manner in which tho Deltas
turn out nnd practice each evening since
their defeat, might bo likened to locking
the Mnblo nflcr the nuimal had vamoosed.
Mn. 1'obir.son died yesterday nt hor
residence, corner of Fourth street and
Washington avenue, after a sickness kof
many wcoks, of hemorrhage of tho lungs.
Cairo was represented yestcrdny nt
tho Shawncctown examination for tho
AVest Point endctship from this congres
sional district by Master Willie Smvth
And Arthur Smith.
It will bo well for hog-owners, who
quarter their ttock upon the town, to
note thofuct that Stephen Itrttdloy was ar
retted by Chief -Myers yesterday for al
lowing his hofs to run nt large, nnd was
flnc J-:j.OO and costs.
Chas. 11. Evans, Washington nvonuo
between Eighth and Ninth streets, has on
hand u splendid stock of family groccr
riua of ull li rule, which ho is selling at tho
lowest prices. Ho is determined to bo
not undersold, and challenges compari
son of tlio quality of lus goods with any
house in tho city. If
Mound City imagines it plays Cnino,
"because, forsooth, n fow Cairo novices wcro
slaughtered at that game thcro a fow days
since. Thoso who represented Cairo were
simply " feelers," and wo aro now author
ized to propose a match gnine, tho winner
to dunato tho tnkc toward defraying the
expenses of repairing Cache bridge, or nny
other Pulaski county charitablu institution.
Tho Pulaski county court wants lum
ber with which to repu'r tho Cache bridge,
and yesterday male application to Capt.
Ilamble'.on of Mound City for it, but were
refused. It seems that not long ngo thu
namo body purchased from the captain an
amount of lumber and win charged for it
at the curront market price; this, too, in
tho depreciated scrip of thu county. Not
satisiled with all this, when tho bill was
presented, tho court iimilu a still further re
duction, and ha now to seel; lumber in
other quartern. Thu :ourt should not
have forgotten tfiu ''bridge that earned
it over-' in its days of want.
William Albu's barber fl op is grow
ing in public favor every day. It U neat
ly iltted up, and can boast of tho most
shilllul workmen in tho city. Thu pro-
priutoi' ha-t hud many years' experience in
his husiuui-i? and is recognized nsonoofthe
inotl export shavers in Southurii Illinois,
while young Alba is a matter in his pro
fusion. Citlzriit and fet'rangur whe wish
u painless shave, a luxurious thampooing,
or th(;lr hair cut in lint lutent stylo ithould
patronize Alia. His hop is on Commer
cial nvcntin next door to llannou's news
depot. Jtf
.loo Kmilh is tha iinmu of a bollL'oront
brute who enlivens thu domestic circlo, of
wnien no I. tho center, by occasionally
a'jmii.i.wriiig tu jifj, lS, ,k WHHupt,,
which drives tliut huh- almost In in ml una.
Joo umiui took to repeat tho dow ut nioal-
timo yesterday, and was komuwhat aston
I'l'CU at flndlliu hi, bctter-half nrnnrn,l
for him. With a club.
purpo.f, sho sailed into her Joseph upon
, . vi iJi lhu
"r.wR-monstraiion, bclaboritiL' him in
a manner worthy of tho " most masculino-
.uinueu oi tilu Hirieking sisterhood. Hav
ing computed this pttrl of tbo th(J
sought an otUcor and had Smith handed
over to tho lander merele. of Dross,
- e stated, in our river columns, a few
duyi since, that '-Capt. (hthmiJi, Hrst
clurU of thu steamer .M.J. Vii,
V, Hllll vvn lvi,n, in.,u It. ...t '
'M mi,.. . i ,0"OWS:
M'hy thanks for y()ur 8yln,mtlu, A j
wuumi us us lullfiu-
with. Had 1 nut I.e..,, ..i
have, evidently, be,,, readin, U,0 J,"
of those pnnce.fr...,, .!,,, j or 0
tograph letfr from Horaco Grtcioy; 0r
else you got it oil' onaof iho prescriptions 1
vtrv two lm it. ii in I 1 tftkcnliiro n
j -Tho vowmunlcutlQi, wuicu v t) pub-1
llsh flliowhcro on thispago in relation to
policemen and police maMors Is nnodd
tnlxlure, to speak mldly of it. Tho writer
is full of soro spots, and wriggloi find
squirms under what ho cvidonlly considers
mistreatment from L othor officer, al
though ho carefully ubilnlns from men
tioning any specific act of tho construc
tive ill-dc.tling which is allege! in hie
communication, "What ho moans by
ofllcors being " run down" by " flying ro-
ports," nnd brother ''officers holding
thomsclvos nbovo uach othor," is rathor
obscure. Wo lmvo not heard of these " fly
ing reports," but hnvo bcatd of reports,
well authenticated, disparaging to certain
ofllcors and to tho forco of which they aro
members. And wo havo heard of tho re
fusal of ono officor to walk tho "beat"
with another until he had cleared
his character of somo very
damaging aspersions which reports
not "flying"' had cast upon It.
Perhaps this fact might explain in a groat
mcasuro tho other fact of officers holding
themselves nbovo each other. This wholo
police business ought to bo sifted to tho
bottom; and no better reason can bo urged
for it than that nn officer rushes into print
to defend himself against what ho is pleasod
to call "flying report," and to complain
of tho inefficency of tho force because "of
llcors hold themselves nbovo each other. "
It shows a demoralization that should not
ba permited to exist for a moment; doing,
beside, a great injustice to those members
of our police force who are always on tho
alert and prompt to do their duty.
Tho friends nnd acquaintances of Mrs.
Eliza llobinson are invited to attend her
funeral, which will tako placo from the
Catholic church to-day, at ono o'clock.
A special train will immediately thereaf
ter leave tho foot of Eight street for tho
cemetery at Villa l'.idge.
The effects of whisky on man aro as
various as aro his constitutional modifica
tions. While some sing, others dance,
inoro sleep and talk, and many will fight.
In this latter category stand the young
men who on Tuesday night last would walk
half a block and then thump each other
for fully flvo minutes. Thoy woro in
dulging in this pa,nimo when mot by a
Mend who knocked them both down,
picked thorn up, knocked them down
again, and then embraced both, ask
ing and receiving forgivencsc. Whilo ex
plaining tho matter to their mutual satis
faction officers Shcehan and Holmes step
ped up and arres'.ed tho trio. Judgo
Bross assessed u lino of $5.00 and costs
upon each, which was mournfully paid.
Martin Swocny, having, in his youth,
imbibed tho political doctrino that "a ne
gro has no rights which a whilo man is
bound to respect," ordered ono of tho "men
and brothers" to do some work on tho
steamer Howard. Sambo, fooling tho la
ziness, impudonco and independonco at
taching to colored American citizenship,
flatly refused; whereupon Mr. Sweeny
drew his pistol and sunt after tho delin
quent it couplo of leaden messengers,
which, seemingly, influenced Sambo and
changed his former determination to not
work. Tho argument used, howovor, noo
being considered lawful on this sldo of thl
Ohio, Mr. Swocny was arrcitcd by Officers
Myers and Arnold, t. 'ten before Dross
and fined $5 00 per shot.
Weiss Deku. Charloy Schonemoyer,
nt tho Egyptian saloon, is in constant re
ceipt of n full supply of tho purest and
freshest Weiss Deer a buvorago fit for a
lord; sxhiliariting without intoxicating,
cool nnd delicious just the drink to fight
tho dog-days with. Ilcsidcs Weiss Deer,
which he makes a specially, ho has nlso
on hand an excellent stock of wines, li
quors ana cigars, uau on mm.
Notice. From August 1st until further
notice, tho faro per transit steamer Illinois
plying between Cairo nnd Columbus will
bens follows: One way, 1.60; round trip,
$2.00. W. A Lowtii,
nugSdlm Mastor.
The cheapest placo to buy your boots
and shoes is at tho Doston Shou Store, 140
Commercial avenue.
Elliott & Haytiiohn.
A3-lw
PiULLir IIal'oii is mnstor of his trade,
and warrants nil of his work to bo of tho
very lent material and tnantifucturo; guar
antees n completo fit and cntiro satisfac
tion, is not confined to any particular style,
but makes every variety of boots and shoos
from tfio heaviest cowhido to tho finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also keeps
a largo stock on hand,n hh own manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good cu.tom work cheap should call on
mm at ins shop on feiguui St., souiu biuo,
near corner of Ohio lovee, Cairo.
dtf
St. Nicholas. Day boardors can so
curo good accommodations ntthoSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) nt $4 per
week. Tho houso Is nt tho corner of Ohio
lovco and Eighth street, a contral location,
and is proprtotored by Hariy Walker,
who is nlivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties dosirlng boarding and lodging can
learn torms on inquiry nt tho office.
mayadtf
Fou Sale or Kent. Tho Ilottl Oami,
situated on Commercial aver.no between
Suvcnth and Eighth streets, Cairo, Ills.
Falling heath of tho owner rcquiros him to
make this change Tho house is doing a
paying buslnuss, is large and commodious,
built of brick nnd well arranged. For par
ticulars, address Henry Harris, Cairo, Ills.,
or apply on tho premises. jy30w2.
New Photoohavii Gallery, We n
tlco that Mr. J.J. Thomas has fitted up
tho rooms lately occuplod by "W. G. Worth
ington in very good style, and, as an artist,
is doing excellent work that should ontltlo
him to a fair sharo of patronage.
Good pasturont reasonable rates, for
horses and cnttlo, at John Atelier's, noar
Greenfield's Lauding, Mo. For particu
lars cnqulro ut.Elllott & Haythorn's, MO
Commercial Avonuc. A3 lw
Invoices of now goods just n icived nt
tho Doston Shoo Storo.
Elliott & Ha i nioi'v.
A3-lw
None but tho bnst manufacture of
sold at tho Uoiton Shoo Store. Wo
receiving fresh goo?s of tho latest
overy day. .
Elliott & Uaytuorn.
A VOICE PROM AN OFFICER.
WHAT HE THINKS AI10UT THE POLICE
FOItCE, AND OF THEIIl DUTIES AND AC
TION TOWAItD EACH OTHEIl WANTS
THE MAVOIt AND COUNCIL TO INVF.S"
TIOATE.
(IMKor of tlm C.ilro IIuli.i in,)
What Is llio reason ll.oro ', such a dis
turbance bolwapn our p-licu ofllcors ? It
i a bad thing for ofllcors of tho city to let
such a coldness bo cronlod. Each and
every officer Ss rcquirod to sign a bond of
$1,000 for tho security of tho duties that
ho Is duly sworn to porform in behalf of
the city ; and for ono officer to think that
ho is abovo his brothor officer is a thing
that is not what somo might suppose.
Ofllcors should work to each other's in.
tarest in all casos whilo on duty, but not
to try and put ono down just because somo
parties think that he don't understand his
business thoroughly. They should look
to each othor. Thoy must know that each
officer nt tho timo of his election has a
good recommendation and is nominated
by the mayor to the forco to do his duty
irrespectivo ot persons or frionds; and
then for oulsido parties to try and run
such officers down by flying roport is n
tbiog that tho mayor and city council will
Investigate ; and tho mayor will makosotno
regulations in regard to tho duty of each
and every police constable. Such ought
to hnvo been tho caso somo timo ago. Tho
public know that such police regulations
as ought to bo, havo not been in existence
this year, nnd tho mayor and council
should tako tho matter in hand at once
and givo it a trial.
For The Bulletin.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
8T. CUAItLES WEDNESDAY.
Iscdoro Lewi, Cincinnati.
S. W. Ccrby, St. Louis.
II. W. Emery, Detroit.
Lev. Peirson, Chicago.
Den Stallard, Frankfurt, Ills.
J as. Pappenhoim, Cincinnati.
"W. D. E. Bolt. St. Louis.
S. P. Holbrook, Upaton.
Thoi, 0. Gars, Chicago.
E. S Hubbard, Olongavy.
M. Fitts, Frankfort, Ills.
Maj. A. Blum, Cenlralia.
A A rogular communication of Deltn
Lodge, No. CC8, F. and A. Masons,
will bo held at tbo Masonic Hall, Cairo,
III, this (Thursday) evening, August 3,
A.D., 1871. Visiting brethren aro invited
to attend.
J. B. Sheldon, Sec'y Pro Tom.
J. J. Thomas has fitted up the rooms
lately occupied by W. Q. Worthington, on
Commercial avenue, whero ho is doing u
good business. Go and seo him and give
him a trial. Ho is prepared to do all
kinds of work in tho photograph line, and
docs it well.
For Sale. At a bargain, a Davis' sew
ing machine Has never been used ; is
entirely now ; also, a new $80 Wilcox &
Gibbs, singlo thread, loop-stitch, sewing
machine. Enquire at the
Bulletin Office.
East India preserves nt Jorgcnson's.
jy2Ctf.
Shriver's oyster ketchup nt Jorgcn
son's. jy20tf.
Genuine Spanish olives nt Jorgcn
sen's. jy2Ctf.
Imported London biscuits nt Jorgcn
sen's. jy2Ctf.
Tho best fruit jars in tho world for
salo nt Parsons, Davis & Co., on Tenth
street. jy25d2w
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, picca
lillo and onions, nt Jorgcnson's.
jy20tf
Auchiovis, in picklo, oil or salt, at
Jorgunsen's. jy2Ctf
Mason's improved fruit jars with glass
tops, sold by Parsons, Davis & Co.
jj25d2w
Go to Parsons, Davis Si Co's friut-jnr
emporium, Nos. b and 7, Tenth street.
)y25d2w
Ono thousand fruit jars, cheaper than
ovor, for sale by Parsons, Davis & Co.
jy2od2w
-Guava jelly and Bosnia prunes at Jor
gonscn'c Jy20tf,
Liublg's celebrated extract of meat at
Jorgcnson's, jy2Ctf.
Wo guarantee tho glass top jars ns the
best. Parsons, Davis & Co.
jy2Cd2w
Imported London Club and Wor-
chustershlro sauce, nt Jorgenson's.
Jy2Ctr
Tho old, reliable Groovo ring fruit
jars only $1.00 a dozen and sealtng wax,
for salo by Parsons, Davis & Co.
jy20d2w
Win. Khlors, at his shop on 20th street
Is still manufacturing overy variety of
boots and shoes from genulno Fronch calf
(ho uses no other kind) which ho sells
roidy mndo or mado to order nt prlcos
that defy competition. jy20tf.
China, queenswaro, cutlery, lamps,
glasswaro of all kinds, fruit jars, silver
platod ware, best quality and reduced
prices at Parsons, Davis & Co's., Nos. 5
nd 7, Tonth street. jy25d2w
Uenuino walnut and mushroom ketch
ups, nt Jorgcnson's. jy20tf
Piano tor Sale. A splendid rose
wood piano In perfect order for salo cheap
if uppllod for soon. Enquire at this office.
A3 2t
Look to Your Children. Diarrhea
Dysentory, and Summer Complaints uro
cured by Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup, which
is sold for cents n bottle. Seo advor
tlsemcnt. lw
CANS I CANS 1 1 CAN8I1I
Five hundrod dozen No. 1 Tin .FRUIT
CANS at the mkw-york stomp, at $1.00
por dozon. Largest whulcsalo nnd retail
stock In tho city.
Greeley & Patier
Kindling. 500 "class boxes for salo
at 5 cents ench; w. w, Thornton.
1o2lt(.
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;0J5?J.,,.ml!1,.,'u ty'"'13! catalogues, nowa
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intliiK cpntruotoa far. and
niten.
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to t uewipuperbiadinu ttablllmu
THE CHAMPION
A LAD OF EIOHT OR TEN YEARS FALLS A
DISTANCE OF THIRTY-E101IT FEET AND
ESCAPES UNHURT.
Mr. Kennedy's son, aged about eight or
ton years, fell through tho trap door of
tho Eighteenth street plaining mill to tho
ground floor sf tinrd ok, ivdistanco of
thirty-eight foot, alighting on his foot and
hands. Tho no!so crcatod by his fall nt.
tractod Iho attontlon of' a' number of per
sons in the yiclnitv. soma of whom
found tho lad on his feot, his hands
clasped to his stomach, nnd complaining
tnai tno rail "took tho wind otlt of hltri."
Fears woro ontorUlned. that internal in
juries had been sustained by him, and Dr.
Dunning was sont for. Tho Doctor mado
a thorough examination of tho young
lcapcr, nnd pronouncod him safe and
sound, remarking at tho sarao timo that it
was ono 'of tho most rcmarkablo oscapes
ho had over met with in his experience.
RIVERNEWS.
PORT LIST.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Johnlittmsden, Evansvillo.
" Hollo Memphis, Memphis.
" Now Bon Accord, Mound City.
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" James Fiak, Jr., Paducah.
" Marblo City, St. Louis.
DEPARTED.
Steamer John Lumsden, Evansvillo.
" Bcllo Memphis, St. Louis.
" Now Bon Accord, St. Louis.
Illinois, Columbus.
11 James Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Marblo City, Vickaburg.
" James Howard, New Orleans.
" Glcncoc, New Orleans,
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
UOATS LEAVINO TO-DAY.
Stoamer Grand Tower, Memphis.
" John Kyle, New Orleans.
" Florence Loe, Evansvillo.
" James Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
The John Lumidon had a light trip of
freight and passengers. Sho had 100 M.
T. bbls, 1C bbls. flour for Cairo; 189 bags
corn for Momphts; 26 bbls. apples, 8 hbds.
tobacco, SO bb'i. whisky, 100 bbls. flour
and 70 bags corn for New Orleans.
The Belle Memphis took ono thousand
bbls. damaged flour of the St. Joseph to
St. Louis.
Tho Bismarck arrived hero drawing six
feet two inches. She got a btugo and
lightened to flvo foot six inches, and laid
hero until daylight so that she conld go
oveGresoles.fs,inthe day timo, It U
supposed sho will get through without any
trouble.
Now Bon Accord towed two baigcs
back to Bt. Louis. Sho took tho one tho
Fisk brought down several days ago for
tho St. LoniB Eiovator, Gravel and Sand
Company.
Tho transfer steamer, Illinois, brought
up 1C8 bundles shingles and 48 bales
broom corn for Louisville.
Tho Fisk had a slim trip. Sho had for
Gnligher 1300 empty bbls.
, Tho Marblo City had 2T head cattlo for
Howard and 14 kegs. Sho came out draw
ing all tho water thcro was in the liver.
Sho touched sevoral times. Shu met tho
Bismarck abovo Thebes going along
all right. Sho will rcceivo csncidcrable
freight horo'.
Freights aro getting scarce at St. Louis
nnd boats aro detained somo in loading.
Sond your boats down hero and our
shippers will load them without nny de
tention.
Tho Ohio is still falling at Louisville,
with four and ono half feet on Portland
bar.
Tho St. Joseph left yesterday for St.
Loul. Sho will bo repaired and, como out
on her regular day.
Tho Glencoo loft with 1,700 .tons of
froight, all of which she obtained htro.
The mammoth James Howard left,
drawing eight feet, and had on board over
2.300 tons. Sbo was not near loaded to
her carrying capacity, but she was loadtd
to nearly all tho water thero is in tho riv
er. She received over 1,100 tons her.
Capt. John T. McCord, of tho defunct
Olivo Branch, is coming out captain of tbo
stoamer City of Alton.
The Ada Hieltnan has been duo since
Monday. We havo not had ariy tidings
of her, bul suppose sho is on Flint Island.
Slnco the steamer James Howard has
been running between St. Louis and New
Orleans, Capt. J. M. Phillips has 'shipped
freight on hor for tho south every third
Monday. That speaks well of her as bo
ing a rogular packet.
Tho stoamor Will 8. nays was sold at
auction nt Bt. Louis last Monday for f 2,
800. Sho used to bo owned by Col. Dan.
Rice, and wos used for transporting his
circus.
RIVER BT TELEGRAPn.
Little Rock, August VJ. Weather1
clear and warm.
River falling fast and Is' lower than it
has been at any other timo this yoar,
Departed Sioux City, below,
Evanhville, August 2. Weather clear
and hot ; mercury 06. ' .
River fallon throe inches.
Up- Florence Leo nnd Fayotte.
Business active.
Nashville, August 2. Weather fair
andwRrnif -
River falling ; 18 inchoi on llarpetn
shoals. " ' ' 1 l
Navigation is susponded.
Cincinnati, August's. RiVer flvo foot.
Arrived Exchango. ( , . .t
Departed Exchange, Quy'a'ndotte.1
PHYSICIAHS-
WILLIAM R, SMITH, M. D.
KESIPENCB No. 21 Thirteen!,) Mroet, oe.
tween WanhlnKton avenue and Walnut street.
UmCO -i) LiO.IIIlliiru.Bl nvu.mr, up n.iin, ,
A. WADGYMAR, M.D.,
TV.IY8ICIAN, Hurireon and Accouheur, formerly
X of Anna, Union county, Illlnala, has per-
inanently locntod In Cairn,
Ottico Commtirclal
nvenne, .
i)ctoen Ei)jhth and Ninth atroel. West
Hiue,
l.iut ly
I'KINTINU)
NIHUIM 4TIO work nrinti.iu in many and
j and varied color, at, ono tiiipre.ilon.ira tbo
toll printing omue. Thl. I. t
Vitam nver Invented . a. It tii
neiuuraiei4 u.i.,'..iiiiu nres. none m it.u iiuitvuu
ittauork. In colored nrintlni;. of ten ordinary
l.inM),V rlrltlnlns ,H. (.nal f 1 1,.. -I,inf.
U
j (vr of work io i very low rato, j '
COMMISSION AND rOllWAKMNM.
W.Btratton. T. HIiJ.
STKATTON k BIItD,
(Succeanora toBtralton, Hudsoi A Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
67-Ohio Lovoo, Cairo, Illinois.
aarAgenfs 'of American Ppwdcr Co., and man.
faclurera agent, for coliohyatn. JvTdll
JOHN'S. PHILLIS,
(Successor to Parker 1'hlllli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
aan '
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AMU
DEALKH IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEV EE,
CAIRO, ILL.
0I.OSB Si V IN UK NT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
AM.
DEALEE8 XjI3VTE!
Cement, Pi.ahtkr Paris,
PL A STK It KITS II A Hi,
Corner' Elglitli Ntiert mill Ohio I.etrc
CAIRO, ILL.
l'KTEIt UU1IL
ncLi.tvr.
FLOUR MERCHANT
AID
' I'
MILLERS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
t
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Orders tolicitod and promptly filled.
Jyl dtf
H. M. HULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
KBECHANT,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILLEH & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AM)
FORWARDING MEUCH A N TS,
AMI
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
&8 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
J. M. PHILLIPS &, CO..
(Buccei.om to K, II. Hendrick. A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
AD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETODS
CAIItO, ILL.
.Sa.l.lheral Advancci made upoirtsrjwfy
J i 0,ii-"lj!nnieiiU. - dlZsHf
Are prepared to recclro, .tore and orward
frelhtu to all point, anil l.uy and
aell on comuils.lon.
Wllu.incm attended to promptly.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE,
(Huccemor of Ayer ACo.)-1
. , . 'j
FLOUR.; K
General Commission Merchant
i :
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
rOK HAI.K
NOTICE;
The Illinois Central Kail, Hood Company now
oiler for sale the following described lot tn First
Addition to the City of Cairo, viz;
Lot it block 20. I Lit 21 bbok hi,
.. js !o, ' 7 " Hi,
6 a, aj " SJ,
0 , , t SK, . ' , 31 - (U,
tVlv I" i V '"lai SJ.
For terms, ele., apply So JAMK8 JOHNSON,
e23dlf Anenf,
- 1 " . -
ICE CMEAM SALOON.
1 LOUIS NASSANO'S
ICE CREAM SALOON,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
IlelWfna.'SevcuteentU ststU Elgtatciitl
NlreoU.
THE 8AI.00N bas been liaud.emely lilted up
and will always supply Iho bel
Ico Cream,
Cakoa,
, Confeclolns,
, ' Lemonade,
nnd Gods,
.'l'o be found anywnero in tnocityr
'FAMILIES OR PARTIES SUPPLIED,
; ON SHORT NOTICE.
!' lrooBQ of ilhe public Is tespcctfully
ttOlKltCd. i ,
OltDlNAXCtiNO. 120.
An ordinance to aulhorir.o n nubaerlption of 1 J,
0(0 to tho Cairo and Bt. Loins Hall Itmid Ijin-
any.
iV'hercaH, liy reoliltlon of the City Ceunell of
ll.e city of "fi ii'lopK"', on Mnri-li , isi,ii, It
win ordcreil.that ii election bo held on Ajir I .m,
ls'in, mtln'1'OverAlwnrdaoflheelly for tin. pur.
MLenraseertniintiK wishes of the loli-r. i.l
Ihneiti oM'nin) In ri'Krd toa aubicilplion n
Slui) iuki to Iho o ipltal atook of the Cairo and fcl,
Iiili Had ll'ind tJompnny, and
Wh-rean. an election Wft held In piir.uaiico ol
rnich rolullon and tho ,i-turn or tno enmo w.-io
il l,e ore tlie i.ny " r'''" ""imk
htld on May 3rd, Uifl, from whlel, II ap..ea).i
ii... r7 1 , i,;. rn ru.t in fmor nl .aid aiiurerii..
tlonand 1'J nKaHmt It, and thereon the City Conn;
ell declared said election carried In favor of euld
mibcrlptlon, ami innirncien ino w ...nu.-i, n.
mitten to prepare and aiibnut to salil coiincil thi
liece.naryordliiince to carry the remit or aald
election into (If :ct ; nnd
Whereas, a provlnlonal contract ha Uen i-li-tered
Into between the .aid Cairo and Bt. Loul.
lUilroad Company ami rcpponslhlo contractor
for the construction of .aid road, based upon II. o
subscriptions heretofore authorised to be made to
tho capital stock of sa'd company by counties,
elite, .ml town. lon? Iho line of said road I
therefore for the purpose ot giving etlect to the
expressed wish of tho elector and tai-piyer oi
the city, as nnovo recited,
Bo lt ordained by tho Cily Council of the city id
Cairo t
BEcrtoal. That tho Mayor of the city be, and
ho hereby 1 authorize 1 nnd Instructed, to sub
scriboon bchnllot Iho city of C-lro, to thecanllal
stock nl the Cairo and Bt. Louis Ifallroad Com.
panv, In Hie sum ol one hundred thousand dnll.rs
aid subscription to Im pyable as herelnaller
provided lor, that bond, oftho city shall lw l
sued In ptyment of laid subscrintluii to the
ninnunt of ninety-five thousond dollais, In nul.
siiinsn. said company inavilrslgnatn.tuld lomls Id
lear interest at the tale of eight per cent, per an
num, nnd in be po) ul.le In twenty year, from
dale thereof, and that the Mayor of the city, fy
Clera and City Comptroller be, and they are here.
I,y authorized nnd instructed to sicn and atllx l).n
te.tl ol tho city to the same, and to deliver the
same to a trusteeor trustees to bo appointed by
Hie MayorAinl City Council to be held by said
tiilateeor trustee In escru, and to ho delitereil
to said Calio nnd Bt. Louis Itahroad Compani
upon thcfollotviUKCOnJII.on, viz that ll.v track
of. aid ,oad shall enter Alexander county at IU
northern limit, upon tho line dividing. II r.oin
Union county and shall bocr-.rrled upon the must
eligible roulo to the levees surrounding the city
ol (.'tiro, and
"That the work shall bo commenced and prose,
culed from the rlty of Cairo by tho first day of
November IS71, and the roal-lud shall Le com
pleted to tho county line of Union county by il.o
Hist day of July 1S72, Piovlded however, that the
bonds of tho city nf Cairo ihall 1 pud to the said
Railroad Company on the completion of each firo
mile, ol tlieroad.,K-d comrnencinK at Cairo, said
am'JUutto be tiald.rv rnfua. the ninountdone In
In proportion tn the whole.wi.rk to be done c,u the
road bed In said Alexander county, said amount
to ba ascertained by asnrvey and an estimate of
the cost of the whole work in said county."
Provided, that Interest shall not begin to run
upon any of the said bond, until the company
shall hiii become entitled to receive the said
bonds ; and provided further that In no case shall
there bo Issued to said railroad company a greater
amount in Iho bonds ot the eltv than fifty tier
centum ol Ine coit U cash of any Ave miles ot
of said road bed. a. shown by the certified
messurernent of the engineer of said railroad,
until said railroad shall have been completed,
and that any surplus of .aid bond, not delivered
under this protisUn shall be deliverel to the
srid railroad company when the track thereof .
completed and the cars run thereon Irom Cairo
to Bt. Ixuls
Approved July Had. 1671.
Knd, 1871.
JOHN M. LANSDEN, Mayor.
JWLKY. City Clerk. '
jii
Attest: M.J. HOW
ORDINANCE. NO. 11".
An ordinance to autnonio the .ubscriptlon ot
ll(,i) to the Cairo and Vlncennes ltallroinl
Company, and for other purpose.
Where.., by an agieemcnt entered intobetiveen
the Cairo and Vlncennes ltallroad Uonpany arai
thecityor Cairn, and approve.) by the City I'ous.
cil November itSth, UC7, it Is provided that tho
lock amounting to JH'i '") is.ueil by the Cairn
and Vincennes railroad company to the city for
the .ubscriptlon of that amount should be sold by
the cily to the said company, Un certain con
dition, as expressed in Mid coniraet and
Whereas, it is understood that said company
are willing to ext'nd the time for the Issue of
.aid bonds and tho commencement of the pay
ment of lntereit on (he same ; therefore
He it ordained by the City Council of tho city
ol Cairo:
Station 1. That the Maorof the city be, and
he is Hereby authorlted and instructed to ub
cribe on N halfof the City of Cairo to the capi
tal stock of the Cairo and Vincennes railroad
company In the sum of one hundred thousand
dollars, said siltncriptioiiio be payable In bonds
nl the city as hercina.ter provided for; '.that tho
Mayor, City Clerk, an I City Comptroller be, and
they aro hereby authorized and Instructed tohaio
prepared and to sign and seal bonds ol the city
to the amount of ono bundled thoui.nd dollars,
to he issued to snlil railroad rompany, said tends
to In In such sum. ai the raid company may de.
sire, to bear interettat the rnteof b per cent, per
annum, mid to be pajable tat-nty years after the
date thereof, with coujons attached for tho pay
ment of tr.e interest umi-anuall onthe same)
that the Mayor l hereby authorized and Instruct,
i-d to take charge of said lnd when prepared,
signed sealed and ready for deliver), and Is
authorize! and inctructedto dellvcrthesame to
somo responsible tanking, loan or trust com
pany, trustee or tru.tcei Iwrted or redding in
the city of New York or elsewhere, as iuy bo
agreed upon by him and said Railroad company,
said bonds to be held by said hanking loan or
trust cumpany, trustee or tru.tee., in
eeerow and tube delivered up, to the said
Cairo and Vincennev railroad company,
when tho said Cairo and Vinccnnei railroad has
been construcleu, that is to ay has been put in
good ordinary running order, from the city of
alro, Illinois, to tbo city ot Vincennes, Indiana,
and the cars shajl have run thereon, and not be.
foroi provided, work on said road shall be re
sumed bv or before October 1st next, and said
road ahall be finished by or before Ine first day
of August, 1073, and provide! also that the inter
est accruing on aaid bonds prevloui to their
delivery to naid railroad company, shall not inuro
to the benefit of a. Jd railroad company, but tho
coiiKns for all accrued Interest shall tie detached
from said bond, previou. to their delivery to
said railroad Comptny and be returned to said
city of Cairo, so that Interest shall not be pahl or
accrue to said railroad company licfora the time
when .aid company shall be entitled lorcceive
said bond, according to the condition herein ex
pressed.
Bee. 'J. It shall be, and It Is hereby made the
duty of the banking, loan, trust company or
trustees, which shall be chosen or selected to
hold such bonds, as hereinbefore provided, to
dellterupthe said bonds to said railroad com
pany upon tho said company's issuing to said
city, and delivering to s.inl trusteo ono hundred
thousand (!10W,Oi) dollars of p ild up stock In
said railroad company, which eald ttock the said
trustee is hereby authorized and directed to sell
to ssid railroad company fr lire thousand dol
lars (j"") of Cairocity bonds to as thereby to
carry out the provisions of tho agreement en
tered into Noiomber '.',',th. 1607, by and between
said city and .aid railroad company
Approud July iild. 1B71
JOHN M. LANStDKN, Hay or.
AKest: M J. 1IOWLEY, Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 118.
An ordinance In refcrenco tn tho Police force.
De )t ordained by tho City Council of the city
of Cairo
Blchon 1. That two additional Police Consta
bles he appointed who shall act ns additional
night watchme.i, and who shall be paid Iho aamo
salary at the other Police Constables,
b.;i. That the city shall be divided into three
police dlktricls, the first to consist of all that
pvtof the city below and sonlh of Eighth atreeti
Iho K-cor.d to consist of all that part of tho city
Irfdween Eighth and Eighteenth atieets; and tha
third of all that part of the cltyaliove nnd noifh
o' Eighteenth street! each of said districts to be
patrolled by two of tho Police Constables In such
nifliinerns the Chief of Police may direct.
Brc. 3. That section 41 o, "An ordinance (o
adopt the ordinances of the city of Salro nste
visiel and 'icodifled" be amended by adding ufler
the word "authorized," at tneennortne sixiu
linool said section the words, "by tlioCity Coun
cil. Approved July 17th, 1871.
' 3 JOHN M. LANSDEN. Major.
Alle.t, M. J, Howlei, City Clerk. piadlUt
NAJ.OONN.
EL DORADO
MILLIARD SALOON AND 11AR
ROOM.
JOHN UXTKH, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIttO, ILLINOIS
best brand of California Cigars Just refleljcil4
BILLIAHD Baloon furnished with ihe best ol
tables ; and bar supplied with wines, lliUora
and cigars of the finest brauds.
FITZGERALD'S
SAMPLE BOOMS,'
Cor, Fourteenth Ht. anU Com.
incrclnl Avouiie.
ITtlTZOERALD'B Bnmple Itooms nrd aockod
with pure imported wines, liquors and cigar.,
and are dispensed from tho bar In tlrst-class
style. Theio is no better ostabllshwht In South
ern Illinois, nnd none better stocked. Call mid
test tho various branda ol wines and liquors.
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON,
Corsier Tenth Nlrcct null Commercial
Avenue.
i
SUHICItlOK liquors, beer, ale, etc, and fragrant)
Havana. aUtuys on hand. Those desiring do
i.lgbtful beverages should not loll.tO tall and .'limy
them. All their waute.wlll be attend to in a mini,
nor that will warrant a return. All his liquors,
wlnea nod clgurs have been uvlcctcd with im nt
r(unJctltkiUat)te.

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