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Tl.AVEI.KiTS GUIDE.
TAKK NOTICE.
5 ivktaiim: or i iik Illinois central n. n,
. xi. I af. r.iiih.l.ii. Ma- Hill. H7I, the follow
.,,-'ablo mil K'ncru the arrival find depart
ure .f ( """ linlm nt Cairo I
1(JW ..in I twin. dally 1IMJ p.m.
i:pie, dally.. 2.-Up.m.
T, nil,. lull - 3;30n.l'i.
'pir. dally, cxcopt fluiiilny 3::c .m.
;Hr'irfenf ear from Cairo to til. Loui.. No
r tn f nw titiw Calm to Chicago. Klcsanl
Ji.khiik Uuu ii . Iiepnitf eara on nitflit Irani'.
( j li rt.ro I all llii.jllllit I'lntP.
Tfcr iil'i.l mi n hlp-rs Ij especially
c, ,i ., it!, i n that ii Fruit Kxpreas Ir.iln will
) r ll H I; i " 1 1 r I J f expected, anil will
tin, li r ii mini In rily lo Chicago In twenty
l...Mf. J Vs JHNHON, ARcnl.
'y'VtVK vi UOUTEFROM SOUTH
in
IUiiNOIS CENTRAL 11. R.
to
Si. I. ti i", Loimhvilli:, Cincinnati, Chi
i'.mio, New York, Roston,
AMI AIL
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
l' niK r tia'.tn nrrlvo t mid le.tvo Cairo ns fob
Inn i
mail. rxmr.M.
Aim.r. .... :ii:iiin.m atUll p.in
IirrAiiT lliian.! SMIS p.in
Uulli tr.Uniriinncet at Contrail with train on tlic
I OH
1'aii. Hcctiir, llliiniiiinitlcn, l'.l I'am, I,i Salle
Mendotn, Vrerpurl, H ilcru tMihitiii., and
kII wnnti" In I M ii . i . Mlaxmri,
lliihrnt.i, A i.i-oni-ln and
limn, Ami nlt.i
I .mo- running Fnt nnd Wert lor
St. l.miH. . tigllcM, Louisville,
Cimnm ill, ImtMiimpolfa, Columbus.
Ami nt Chicago ulth Miohlsnn Central, Michigan
toiiilu ni. anJ l'llt-burg. Kort Wayne
mill Chicago ltailronls lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albiny, llnston, Philadelphia,
Niagra I'iiIN, Krlc, liulHIo,
new York, PlttaburR, U.illlmorc,
Vnhlngton,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For ItirovEli tickets nml Information, apply to
ajuui-i- sriuru! iiuuruau im-ihii.
W. P. JOHNSON,
. General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
3, JOIINHON, Agent, Cairo. b
HTEAMDUATN.
iVduxu'cm'XNiToAiHo'.' '
THE STEAE TUG, CACHE
Cait. William 11. Sandiwic v.
iltl. xiiki:
VOVii T1UPS KVKUY DAY
urtui r.
CAIEO Ji.2riD MD. CITT
Lkavk Oaiiio,
OQT ur I IJIIIII STHII.T,
t... ........,. i A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 I'.M.
At rl P.M.
Lkavk Mil City,
Ulltllll'OAT,
At
At
At
At
8.:io a.m.
... n.::o a.m.
U.30 P.M.
CIO P.M.
"WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
AT Tim
BOX KACTdllY, IIAWK'f. LANK1XO, KY,
MOUTH OK CACIIK, MAltlNK WAYS,
ASll NAVY YAIHI.
ATTATCII Kl'.r.i:, an.' i"M a day sure, nn hum
.11 iniK A'luri-.s wixii siiiiii
I. ATP A A CO,
iMU'biirg. I'n.
IvIh.I u:trri
1 Iin ,,0"K" ACHATS VANn:il.-lllhr.t
JlfWl'lf Coiniiii'.siiiii In pri-mlum-, i-luh
VUMIuinniiifii r IIIM.-IMII1I. A .MM. I J.lll . I'lll lllnrS
tree. Addn;i M. Lit.iyello lljrn, mi i ivlar
Dircn, .f lnri.. JylJilll
sr. wvis
LAW SCHOOL.
rnill- uvular annual .'.-in i. thu I.niv "ohnol
JL trill "- c i We.liiriiln), V obc lllh, 1S7I.
full coiir.e. luu .1 m, ix Ii, n eh. Sill
deulMiidiiiltlrd o i.r ino. i rn i-nmii 'latlon
Ly apiilieiliuii or i.,-r. . , .Lit 7IIi 1S7I.
T-ltlon fee, $ui li pe. anniiiii. I'ur ui r . . tiln r m
addrcx-i
C3-. STEWART,!
Acilnx I'ean of Law 1'neully,
203 XOJtTU .')rJ Si., ST. LOUIS, .MO.
WINES AMI MCIUUHn.
WM. H. SUlIUTTKlt,
luiimrlrr mul M'IioIi-kiiIi- llwilrr In
WINES.LIQUOliS,
A Vl
TOBACCO &c CIGAES.
Aicetit for tho l. i-t brand" of
UllKAM AND STOCK MM,
AMI
1niiorlnl Alex of IMIlcrnii UIihIn.
Ta'Onio
Lkvkk,
tl caii:o, IM.IMil-'.
V . M. STOL'KFJ. HTH,
necuisoii i-iiiiu. a no- Mi.rni
Rollfyi-r nml Uluilponlr Dt-itlrr
I'orrlcii nml !oiit-tii'
LI QUO IIS, MNES. KTC.
No. 7S Ohio Lia hk,
Hi-llM.Hini llliHk.ffcX CMHO, 1I.I.IMI '.
TTKkeep'ion hand ronslantly a full slurk of
uiil le.lillCK V llUliri.llll. lli' HIHI iinuunka
(TrU WM.klin. Krenrh llriiiilii-, llollaml liin,
Khineuud Calilnruja Wines, Jiii.Hnf
lor.Mmms.
.:1.&E. GREENWALD.
Miniric-riBitB or
Htm Etgiun,
I'.olltri,
Klouroiid drlktMilli,
fc Mills,
Tlio' Tupjier" Patent Oiate tar,
VA0HINKKV KOIt (IKNKUAI. PCItl'OSKH,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
lt.7iUweiidtf
OAK rUT-.HM.
V. . MIMIHAY,
GAS AKD STEAM FITTER
HAS JIKMOVKD VI10M PniUY UOl'SE
TO lilt
BRICK BUILDING ox SEVENTH ST
OI'I'OHITK V I.NTKH's 1IL0CK,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
HK h KrMtli Imi.rotul hU xtock, and tin
now on hmid till kiudt of
CIIANUKLIKI1S,
VPXNTH,
01.011 ES,
1UIAI.I. KIS,
HALL I.KlllTh,
KIIAIihs, IIC.
HE HAS MAKE ED DOWN VlilCES
TotlelbVeitllrini! Agurm, auJ Im Invlles tU
iairoui'Av "' r'ti'".
CI.08K,
Noilh, Tliroiigii...
I IV.i-
?.ona.tn. s.njp.m
:2i p.m. 11(00 p.m.
Soulh, If., ia.lft p.in. 1tW p.m.
pt,.,,l -..T.ii..l-ti- "30..in. LWp.ni.
Ohm Hirer muli'i (cxe'l'l
M..II...JI "" lM"' "
f,ol,J..m nin fcSOa.m. ll:'l""'
Mi. Il rronlr, 'I nt-day
m: Fn-laj r,;i)p.m. T.Wn.m.
Tliebea, (liior bdaiid A Snn'n
c, III , Tlmrnlny A I tl-
,,y j f.:("lp.in. 7:Wa.m,
M.i)lliM, IllnmlU.u iuJ
loirlmr, Ky innun.m. i;i".m.
in I li I. mil n. .
Ornernl Drl Very 7iT0H.m.
(Hiiml.i) H in li n. in.)
Money llnl r ilriaitliient 8.W) a.v.l. C.W)
Kriil. trr " ' " " 8.11 a.m. f).W) p.in
Money Outer anil Iteninler Ucparttncntii not
open on Kunilay.
SECHKTJJUWEttS.
T11K MA!0NK.
CAmo'.noMMAMir.HV. No. III. Slfttl'il A'H'inlil)
at the Aiyliiin Misonn H.ill, llr.tnml thinl Hn!.
Iirilnva In Mich mon'.li.
Oaiiih Ct'l'M li.. No. 21. Iteaillnr Cuiivocntlon at
Mnonlc ll.tll.tlie seeon.l r'rlilay in each month,
CAino C urtrii, No. 71 'Uvular Coutocatlon
at Jlnoi. Hall, on the third Tuesdny of every
"Yunm I ni.. Nn.2.17 V. A A. M Kt'Ultnr Com
mmiliattttr.j at Masonic Hall, thu second and
fotinh Mon luyn ol earn monin.
ii..,. i Ni. r.M .'. t A. M. Itrirular Coin.
miin'lentiuna at Maonlo Hall Mrst uinl third
Thursdays In eacli monin.
T1IK ODIl-rKI.tOWM.
AirxAMHii bi..)i, 221. Meets In Odd Folic w'a
H-ll. in Ail- r'; Ihnl llni!, rcry Thursday oeu.
liW,tHoel.i.k. I
SEW ADYElVnSEMEHTS.
(lltAND
G03ST G IB IR, T
TU III! OIVKN AT
WASHLN'CTON HALL,
ov
SUNDAY, AUGUST (J, 1871,
n
MIL It. CHILIAN!,
MHS. KI.OUKNTIN'A CHII.IANI
ami
MH. I.. HCHUI.TZ VON i;0CK0S('HUT7,
4tira HIiiKers.
I'mriiiiiiuii.
Overture from I'ocl and I'aysan, . Sonpptc
Sopmiu Solo (Iac Mcrbcer
lfutl lor Soprano and li.is Kuckcn
Violin Solo, Iteriot
!ll Solo, Scliuhort
Dcntichcr Kricscsnurli, C. I .iiki
flass Solo, Kcicliard
Uucll for Sonrano and I. iMeiuIcNson
Violin Solo ..I'nime
0 crime from Piaro, V. A. Moart
riitrmicv
no (utH
The rtfrfonnancc will commence at 8 o'clock tire-
duly.
rPT.TT? "DTTT T ITtrPTTVT
'iilillslifil fvcr.v iniiiiilnt;, -Momliiy -.v-ci'pliil.
G1TY KEWS.
Tlio uxtraordiuary amount of com-
Volition involved in the imWlca on of
the county com t and council pr. oil -
inyH, excludes all the local matter om
Ill's iVmio. Tlio logaKlinio for the j-tib
licution ol the proceedings expii03 to
day, and consequently no postponement
fuiilil bo had. The k'u' 'ii'.ent of the
l!cv. ill. Friend, which we obtf :ncd
from that gentleman yesterday, is ru-
fiiKtiiiately crowded out. It N ji' i
and straightforward, and to the jioin
and denies eniphaticilly sonic of thej
asscriions made by Tin: Hit.i.kti.v in
its issue of yesterday. Tho s -mont
will joe imblished on Tuesday, until
which .'me the imblic is honorably
bound to Mispend judgment. Tlio on
ly other item of importance is tho per-
lous situation of thu steamer John
Kyle, on tlio vo.ks, at the junctioi of
tlio live , just below tho city. Tho
steamer .lnsper and tug C'acho went to
her ussi .nee about tnuu o'clock but
oveii'.uu'. uud were at thu hour of our
going to press ligh.ing her nil'. Wlie'h
er she can escape or not coe'd not bo
stated.
1'im.i.ii' IIauoii is miihtcr of his trade,
and warrants nil of Inn work to bo of tho
rery let material and manufacture j guar'
antcr-s a rompleto lit ami entire satlsfac
tion, Unot con lined to any particular stylo,
but milker every variety of boots and shoes
from tlio heaviest cow hide to thu llncst
French calf and morocco. Ho also keeps
a larmi stock on litipil. fun own manufae-
lurr, and any one desirous of purchasing
good custom worK cheap suouiii call on
him at his shop on Ei.hth st., south side,
near cornor of Ohio lovec, Cairo. dtf
Not ici:. Notice is horeby given that
(ho trustees of the I'lirhtinu church of
Cairo have forbidden thu use of thu houso
of worship of said church to tho ltuv.
John Friend fur preaching in.
S. 1!. liny,
(Ifo. M. Alden,
John 0. Talbot,
2t Trustees,
Wkis JIkkii. Charley .Schonemoycr,
nt tho Egyptian siiloon, is in constant rc-
coiptofa full supply of tho purcut and
freshest Weiss Ileer a bovorago lit for a
lord; exhlliariting without Intoxicating,
cool nnd delicious just tho drink to light
tho dog-davs with. Ilesides AVeiss Jleor,
which lie makes n specially, hu has also
on hand an excellent stock of wines, 11-
'morstiud cigars. Call on him.
Kkliahlk an o Sake. Dr. Henry
Hoot and Vlunt Fills nro mild and please
ant in their operation, jut thorough, pio-
uucmi; no nauicn or griping. Heing on-
uruiy vegctauie, tnuy ean bo taken .vitli
out regard to diet nr i,usi,es6. ;,ov
arouse tho liver and secretive organs 'uto
healthy action, throwing oil- dlemu vslths
out exhausting or debilitating thu nyntoin"
Try them and you will bo nitlitled.
l'rlco25 cents a box. Sold by druet-htB
ntid deulen in iiudli-lni. evervwIu.M.
Frepareilby tho Grafton Mcdiclno Co., St I
Loula,W.o. inyWai
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
COL'XCIL I'KOCKEINOS.
C ko, lit"., Ang.lstt, U71.
Itoguliir Joint ScmIoi. of tlio City Coun
cil Jj old nt tlu Council Clmnihcr in tlio
City of Oiil-ouh Fr! Jny livening, August
187L
Ills lor, Mnyor Ij"itdcn Jin ildlni;.
i'tc. . Cuiiiiciltnuu L.'illdk. , 1.. Ji
L .isil- Schuli, Toylcr, r 'd Wood; fid
iMd'srinen Cunnlnghnm, Fltzgornlu, Kcar-
don, Sc , Strntton, Swnynn, "Waldor nnd
Winter 14.
Absent, Councllmcn Woodward; and
Aldornu'ti lluder, Carroll, Klcb and Mul
cnlf 6.
Aldurman Winter moved to dispenio
with tho reading of tbo journal of tho
lust regular mce.lng. Carriod.
On motion of Alderman Winter tlio
journal of the intervening special meeting
win also dispensed with.
HKPOIITS OK OKKICK1W.
Tlio report ofF. liros,'l M., for the
month of Ji'no ; of 11. Slianncssy, V. M.,
for July; of John Slieclmn, Police Consta
ble, for Juno and July; of Win. Mellnlo
City Jailer and of Josoph H. Taylor, City
Treasurer, for July; nml of F. M. Ward,
Street Si norvisor, from May iOth to July
'JSth,wore prcsentud nnd road, and, on mo
tion of Aldormnn Winter, received i id
ordered 11 led.
Tim rnnortof K. A.lllirnott. CitV CotllP-
t f t,() slx monl,,8 cr,lling ,Iuy 4
, , .
i ' '
ion, was prcsemcu iiu rcnu. vi.um.ii-
man Taylor moved to receive mo report
nnd order it published with tho council
proceedings.
Councilman Wood moved to nmend by
referring tho roport to tho Finance Com
mittuo and publishing it with tho council
proceeding. Amendment carriod.
KKPOllT OK THK COM MITTKK ON l'OLR'K
AND JAIL.
Tho said committee to whom was re
ferred tho petition of John McCampbell,
praying tho remission of n certain fine ro
ported tho famu back recommending that
the prayer of the petitioner bo granted.
Aldermrn Fitzgerald tnov I to r :civo
tho report nnd grant tho prayer of tho
petitioner.
Councilman Wood moved to nmond by
laying tho petition on tho table- Amend
ment was lost. The original motion was
then put and lost by tlio following vote :
Ayes Under, Cunningham, Fitzgern'd,
Hullidtiy, ICearden, .Schuh, Sense, Stra ton,
Taylor, Walilor nnd Winter 11.
Nuys Html, SwHynu and Wood ?.
l'.KI'OUT OK KINANCK. COMMITTER.
Tho report of tho Financo committee
for the month of July was presented,
showing thut they destroyed $1,U19.7'J in
city orders and Jl'JO in coupons. Coun
cilman Wood movjd to rocoivo tho re
port and ordor it lllod. Carriod.
Tho game committco also reported that
they had examined tho collector's book
for tho year 1870 nnd found the samo co -
rcet. Councilman Wood moved that the
ru':'rt ha rcM,va ''ml "led- C,,r,icd'
I ino same comm-Uee, to whom nt Tie
1 i4t meeting hereof, was referred tho tax
notico of G. W. MoKcaig concerning tho
purchase by him of lot 29, in city block
25, reported tho samo I tck with tho re
commendation lint the amount of sale to
gether will- tho penalty bo paid, tho
amount of snlo buirg 512.50 nnd tho
pel lty ' per cent of ':o fume
j do , Fi.zgentlu nun d to ivceno
the riip- nnd r'lowl'i loan'. Ci -rfed
follows:
Ayes- 'ludor, Ciinninghttm, Fitzgerald,
Halliday, Hurd, Itoatdcn, Schuli, Sense,
Strntton, Swayne, Taylor, Wnlder, Win
ter nnd Wood I I.
Niiy-0.
SPKCIAL COM.MITTKK IIEI-Olir.
Tho spccinl committco nppointed on tho
30th of Juno last to Invcstlgnto tho nc-
un' i of tho City Collector
for tho year 18C9 mndo their rcpoit to
tho council, setting forth that Mr. Hyland,
tho ex-collector, is willing to pay 125 lis
n settlement in mil of tho amount appear
ing by tho comptroller a books to bo duo
Jhu city, and recommending that tho
(reposition bo accepted. Tho committco
rceoinmondod thu adoption of tho follow
lug resolu.'on, viz :
ltesolvi That tho ofl'er of John Hv
land to pay $1'J5 in full payment of tdo
amount appearing by the comptroller's
books to bo duo from him tu tho city bo
ami is horeby accepted provided tho
amount is paid within ton days.
Alderman Fitzgerald moved to receive
tho roport nnd adopt tho rrolutlon. Cnr-
ricd.
PKi . rioNs.
A propo'ition from Georgo FUhcr, r -signeoof
Wm. M. Davidson, bankrupt.
was read, offering to eoM the pump at tho
corner nt Commercial nvuuue nnd
Elevcdth street for tho sum of 50.
Alderman Carroll appeared in his scat.
Alderman Heardon movod "that tho
City Comptroller bo authorized to pur
chuo tho pump at the corner of Eleventh
street and Commercial avenue nt tho prico
named in the petition of Georgo Fisher,
fifty dollars."
Alderman Winter moved to amend by
inserting "Twenty-llvo dollars." With
drawn. Tim original motion was then put and
carried ns follows i Ayes Iludar, Car
roll, Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Halliday,
Hurd, llenrden, Schuh, Seaso, Stratton,
Swnnc,Taylor,Waldor,Wlntor and Wood
15. Nay 0.
A number of petitions wore prcsontod
praying tlio repeal of tho ordinnneo re
straining tho running nt largo of hogs
witiiin tno limns ot tlio city.
Counclluinn Wood moved to refer to a
special committed of tlirto to bo npiiolntcd
by tho Mnyor. Carried. Tlio Mayor ap
pointed us such committee, Messrs. Wood,
Itoarden nnd Winter.
Tho Clerk presented tho potition of Mrs
Katu Gibson, praying tho remission of n
flue imposed upon her for soiling liipior
without n license,
Councilini a Wood moved lo table. Car
rltd. A petition ,"rom sund-y cittze.i uf tho
fourth ward w . pro.ont. d, praying tho
Council to lmvii a sidewalk built un tho
west sldo of I'oplur street, betwuun Twen
tv-llrst and Division streets, to renlnon tlu,
one -oci destroyed iy l -u.
( m n of Count u W-od ' 1 1
petition was roferrcd to loetrcitfMn
mittce. ItKSOLUTIONS.
Aldonnan Heardon oirered tho follow
ing resolution, which, on motion of Al
dormnn Carroll, wai ndoptod, vb
Hesolved. Ily tho City Councl' of tho
City of Cairo, In j,v"nt sc Jon co'von 1,
that tho Ordinnneo Commlttoo bo id nro
hereby instructed to framo and In.rodueo
an ordinnneo providing for n sudlclont
appropriation of monoy out of tho city
treasury to pay for constructing a sower
through Oh'o Lovoo noar Thlrty-t'rth or
Thlrty-olghth strcot, ns may bodclormln-1
by tho Dralnago Committco.
By Councilman Wood:
llnolvcd, That n special committee of
three t) appointed to act In conjunction
with tho committco on pollco and jail to
inquiro into certain rumor.), reports or
charges mndo against oflkor Sumnor.
Alto, to roport goncrally with roforonco
to th working of tho police force, nnd to
oxamino into tho releasing of prisonors by
pollco magistrates, said committco to re
port oy tho noxt general or special meet
ing of tlio City Council, and that offlcor
Sumner bo rolicved from further duty on
tho pollco forco until said committco make
their report.
Councilman Wood moved to adopt.
Aldermen Winter ofl'ercd tho following
as an amendment thoroto : That upon tho
examination by tho committco of ofllcor
Sumner's conduct,if they find him guilty
Hint they shnll rcpo lo tho mnyor, who
shall Immcdiutolv dismiss said ofllccr.
Aldormnn Fltzgernld moved to ndopt
tho nmendmont. Cnricd as follows :
Ayes Under, Carroll, Fitzgorald, Hal
liday, Schuh, Scaso, Stratton, Taylor,
Walder and Winter 10.
Nays Cunningham, Hurd, llcardcn,
Swayno nnd Wood 5.
Councilman Wood's ruolution r amen-
od was then adopted.
Ily Councilman Hurd:
Jitsohtd, That tho City Comptroller,
upon being furnished by tho street commit
tco of their estimate of tlio quantity nnd
quality required, bo and ho Is hereby In
structed to advcrliso for pro) asals for one
week to fu.nith such lumoor rs may bo re
quired for ttrcot and sidewalk repairs for
a year, and that ho bo further instructed
to let such contract to tho lowest rrtponsl
bio bidder, subject to tho approval of the
City Council.
Councilman Wood movod to adopt.
Carried.
Tho Mayor stated that in accordance
with tho resolution of Councilman Wood,
concerning tho police forco, l.u would ap
point 3I'srs. Cunningham, Schuh and
Taylor, ns a committco to net in conjunc
tion with tho committee on police and ja".
OFFICIAL IIONHS.
Tlio bonds of John Holmes, as night pe
licoman, with S. It. Hay nnd S. M. Stitcs
as sureties; nnd of Wm. II. llobortson ns
night policeman,' with John Q. Hnrman
W. W. Thornton ns sureties, we-ro pr
scntcd, and, on motion of Councl'unn
Hun', approved.
No further bi'aincss nppearing, on mo
tion ot Councilman Schuh, tho Counc'l nd
journ' 1.
M. J. Howli ,-, City Clerk.
LOCAL NEWSDUOl'g.
-Guavn jelly nnd Itosnia prunes a. Jor
gensenV. jy20tf.
Liebig's celebrated extract of moat at
Jorgenscn's. JySfitf.
(lenuino walnut and mushroom ketch
ups, at Jorgenscn's. jy2Cf
Tho best fruit jars in tho world for
salo at Parson?, Davis As Co., on Tenth
street. jy25d2w
Importod London biscuits nt Jorgcn
sen's. jy2Ctf.
Eut India preserves nt Jorgcnscn's.
jy2Ctf.
Sliriver's oyster ketchup at Jorgcn-
sen's. jy2Ctf.
Genuine Spanish olives at Jorgon-
son's. ly2Ctf.
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, piccn-
llllo nnd onions, nt Jorgcnscn's.
jy2Ctf
Anchlovls, in pickle, oil or salt, at
Jorgonscn's. Jy'JOtf
Mason's improved fruit jars with glass
tops, sold by l'nrsons, Davis & Co.
jj'JOdliw
1 We guarauteo tho glnss toi jnrs as tho
best. Parsons, Davis it Co.
jy2Cd2w
Ono tliousnnd fruit jnrs, chenper thnn
over, for salo by Parsons, Davis & Co.
jy25dl!w
Go to Parsons, Davis & Go's frlut-jar
emporium, Nos. 5 and 7, Tenth strcot.
y25dUw
Imported London Club and Wor
chcstcrshlro sauce, at Jorgcnson's.
JySCtr
Tho old, rcliablo Groovo ring fruit
Jars only $1.50 u dozen and scaling wax,
for snlo by Parons, Davis it Co.
jy25d2w
Don't forget the salo nt auction, nt 10
n. in., Saturday, August 5th, of tho vory
desirable property, (coltago and lot)
corner Tenth and Walnut streets. tit
Wm, Khiers, nt his shop on 20th street
Is still Manufacturing every vnriety of
boots nnd shoes from genuine Fronch cnlf
(housosno other kind) which ho sells
rcidy mndo or mndo to order nt pricos
that dofy competition. jy'JCtf.
China, queenswnre, cutlery, lamps,
glasswnro of all kinds, fruit jars, silvor
plated waro, best quality and reduced
prices at Parsons, Davis & Co's., Nos. 5
nd 7, Tenth street. Jy20d2w
Tno most popular shoo shop in town
is on 20th street opposite tho court houso
hotel, whero Wm. Elders manufactures
boots nnd shoes for his customers, wnrrnnt-
ed to bo of tho best French calf, -kip or
morocco, nnd which ho guanratocs to civo
entiro satisfaction. Call on him nnd you
will Know now u is yourself. Jy'JCtf
.William Albn's barber si op is crow
ing in public favor every day. It is neat
ly lilted up, nnd can boast of tho most
skilltul workmen in tho city. Tho pro
prietor lias nnu many years exporienco In
his business nnd is recognized as ono of tho
most export shavers In Southorn lllhols,
whilo young Albu is a mnttor in his pro
fession. Citizens uud strangers who wish
u painloss shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or thoir hair cut in tho latest stvlo should
nutrnnlzn All-n. Ilia ahrm Is nnmmnr.
ehil uvoiiud next door to lKnnon's news
depot. jjf
AUGUST G, 1871.
BY THE MAYORA PROCLAMATION.
Wheiikas, It Is provided by goo. on No
251' of tho ' llovlscd Ordinances," of tho
City of Cairo, thnt, " Whonovor tho
mayor shall bo of opinion that nny
dnngor of hydrophobia exists in tho snld
city, ho shall issue his proclama... n, ro
qu'rlng nil persons within tho city j con
lino thoir dogs, if nny thoy have, for such
time ns ho may designate; and all dogs
found running at largo In said city during
tho tlmo designate I, without being pro
perly muzzled, shall bo ;Elllod by or un
dor tho 'lroctlon of, tho city marshal, and,
removed from tho city."
"Aid, whorot, tho mayor of tho city it
of the opinion that danger of hydropho
bia oxltis in tho city.
Now, therefore, I John M. Lansdon,
mayor of tho City of Cairo, do issuo thli,
my proclamation, roquirlng all persons in
tho city owning dogs to confine, or proper
ly muzzle them, on and' after Tuesdav. Iho
8th Instant, until tho loth day of Scptetn-
pornoxt; and all dogs found running at
largo during said tlmo, without being
properly muzzled, will bo llablo to bo
killed, ard tho owners thoroof will bo
llablo to bo fined undor tho ordinances of
tho city. '
Tho city marshal wilt seo to tho strict
enforcements of tho tho requirement of
this proclamation.
John M. Landhdkn, Major.
Cairo, III., Augusts, 1871.
Wk would call tho attontlon ot those of
our music loving cltUons who dusiro to
hear good classical music, to go to the
grand concort at Washington Hall to
night (programino of which wo publish
th't morning), whero they will have rn
opportunity to llston to tho brilliant voles
of Mrs. Florontlna Chilian! and Mr.
Schultz von Kockoschutz, and tho mulc
of Mr. Chllianl, one of tho greatest violin
ists in this count y. These nrtitts aro
highly recommend 1 to us r.nd wo expect
to eco them fully approclat' 1 by n large
audioncc.
Fori Salk. At a bargain, a Davis' sow
ing machine. Has never boon used ; is
entirely now ; also, a new $80 Wilcox &
Gibbs, slnglo thread, loop-stitch, sewing
macbino. Enquire at tho
llULLKTIN OKKICK.
For Sale oa Hent. Tho Iloitl Oariu,
situated on Commercial avecuo between
Seventh and Eighth streols, Cairo, lilt.
Failing heath of tho owner requires him to
mnke this change. The houso Is doing a
paying business, is largo and commodious,
built of brick and well arrangod. For par
ticulars, address Honry Harris, Cairo, lilt.,
or apply on the premises. Jy2Uw2.
When tho Energies havo boon over
taxed and sleep disturbed Helmiiold'h
iiucnu works wonders. It contains no
opium or morphino, yet it governs tho in
terior economy of tho human system. It
it administered for diseases of the bladder,
kidneys, weakness, female irrogularltlcs,
strangury, and complaints incidental to
the urinary organs of cither sex.
We would call tho nttcntlon of our
country friends who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very pleasant gallery on Commercial
avenuo for their accommodation, nnd is
really tho best artist wo havo had in Cairo
or'u long time. if
Nkw Piiotookapii Gallehy. Wo ns-
tico that Mr. J. J. Thomas has fitted up
tho rooms lately occupied by W. G. Worth
ington in vory good style, and, as an artist,
is doing oxccllont work that should entitle
him to a fair share of patronage.
Good pasturoat roasonahlo rates, for
horses nnd cattlo, at John Atelier's, noar
Grcori field's Landing, Mo. For particu
lars onquiro at.Elliott & Haythorn't, 140
Commercial Avenuo. A3 lw
Notice. Mr. Hochnedel la prepared to
pay nt once all claims against htm, and de
sirct those who nro indobted to him to
como up nnd settle. augl-lw.
Notick. From August 1st until further
notice, tho faro per transit steamer Illinois
plying between Cairo and Columbus will
be ns follows : Ono way, $1.60; round trip,
$2.00. W. A. Lowtii,
nug'.'dlm Matter.
Thk cheapest placo to buy your boots
and shoes is at tho lloston Shoo Store, 140
Commercial nvenuo.
El:iott & Haytiioiin.
A3-lw
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS! 1 1
Fivo hundrod dozon No. 1 Tin FKUIT
CANS at thk new-yokk btohk, nt $1.00
per dozon. Largest wholcsnlo nnd retail
stock in tho citv.
GllKELEY & PaTIEK.
None but tho best manufacture of
goods sold at tho lloston Shoo Storo. We
are receiving fresh goods of tho latest
styles ovory dny.
ELLIOTT V II AYTHORK.
A3-lw
Invoices of now goods jutt received at
Uio lloston Shoo Store.
Elliott & Haytiioiin.
A3-lw
Kindling. 600 "glass boxos " for salo
at 6 cents each, w. W. Tunimo.v.
jo21t(.
PAINTEIt.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to ilo all kinds of pluln nnd orna
mental PAINTING,
KALSOMINING, PAPElt HANGING
BION WllITINQ, KTO.,
At llki'irei which defy all couipetlon, nnd In the
highest alytu tl tbo painter's art.
SHOP IN THETeRRY HOUSE,
COltNKll OK COMMKIICIAL AVENUE AND
ElUIIVH bTIIKK T.
run nam:
NOTICE.
The 111 I no In Cunlral Kail ltoad Company now
otter for "lu tho following described loin In Kirnt
Addition to tho City or Cairo, vis l
Lot 27 block 91. l.ot l block N.
' ;s " en, i. V7 i hi,
6 " KS, " 1W " Hi,
t u ' tr ai " tfi,
II S3 " S.', " SI Hi.
For term". etc., apply 10 3AMEi3 J01LN30',
idlf rT
IlIVERNEWS.
POET LIST.
AHRIVEI),
Stcnmor John Lumsdon, Evansvillo.
" Oct-anus, lied Hlvor.
Eddyvlllo, Loultvll'o.
CHy of Cliftor. Momph
Illinois, Columbus.
Jnmos Fitk, Jr., l'nducnl.
' . "ello Memphis Momph''.
DKPAnTEU.
S.eamor John Lumtdcn, Kvansville.
" Ooeanus, St. Lou's.
" Mohawk. St. Louis.
Mary Allco, Now Orleant.
' City of Ohetter. St. Louis.
" Illlnol. Columbf..
' James FItl- Jr., P.ducuh.
He lo Memphis, Mcmphit.
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" John Kyle, Now Oilcans.
TIOATS I.KAVINO TO-DAY.
Steamer City of Vlcksbu-g, Vlcksbu-t:
" Columbia, Fort Smith. b
" Grand Towor, St. Loult.
" Floronco Loo, Evaniv'lllo.
Oily of Alton, Now Orleins.
u. j. hock wood, Kcd ltivcr.
Tho Ohio is about ttatlonnry at this
placo but is falling nbavo. Tho Missis
sippi is still on the decline. Tho Arkan
sas has risen 15 inch ', and n three foot
riso is roportod at Fort Smith.
Tho weather yestorday was very hot.
Business on tho loveo was good. There is
plenty of freight horo and boats arc una
bio t) tako all that Is offered on account
of tho low water below here.
Tlio John Lumtdcn brought 53 bbls
whltky for St. Louis, CO bales buy fur
Momphlt, '.00 bbls whisky, 124 bbls Hon-,
212 bbls meal, 2) stoves, "J pots, for New
Orleans.
Tbo Occanus discharged 37 bales cotton
for Louitvllle, and had nUoul 500 bales for
St. Lou's. Sho lost considerable- tlmu i-i
Red River by breaking her shaft. Sho
had it fixed so thut tho w'.jl bo nbio to get
to St. Loirs, wbero tho will get a new ono
or havo the old ono mended.
Tho Eddyvlllo h I about 1!!0 tons rc
thipplng freight.
Tbo Jat. Fi'k hnd 42 hhds tobacco for
tho I. C. P.. It., for St. Louis, 181 bdls l-on
243 bars iron and 90 crddics tobacco for
Memphis.
We report I yc to.'day tho death of
Oapt. Geo. D.Moo.-c, wh n it should have
been tho death of the mate of Capt. Geo.
D. Mooro. The captain, wn are happy to
ssy, still live', and it in command of the
steamer Mol'io Mooro.
Tho Tom Jasper commenced loading for
New Orleans Inst evening. Sho will havo
no trouble In gelling a full load.
The Hollo Memphis brought a largo lot
of morchandlto for th's city. Sho ndded
coatidcrablo freight he-o.
Tho City of Al'on Is doublo tripp'ngit
ovor Turkey Islund. Sho it look 1 for
to-dav.
URHKBAI. AOICNTH.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL 'AGENTS,
FOUWAUDINij and COMMISSION
M Kit 4! II A MTM,
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A enl of
Ohio River nml llnnawfaa
S-A-IiT COMPAlTIEa
70 Ohio Lever,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
COLLKGEH.
HIGH EDUCATION.
HELLMUTH COLLEGE.
Board and Tuition, per annul IC 00
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
INtVUl'BATtU ay II, B, II, ruiNi'E TIH'U,
Board anl Tintun, er annum f--0 Xl
I'rtildent-Tlio Very II. V. I. Hellmuth, V, P..
Dean of Huron,
For pariiculaw, apply to Major Evans, I.mdon
uantda viftu
STATK OFFJCKHS.
STATE OFFICERS,
(loyernor, John tl. Palmer I
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dmigherly I
Secretary of Htale, toward Itntnmel (
Auihtnr of .Slate, 0. II. Lipilncott ,
Htale Tri'nrer, K. N. Unto i
Siipi. Piihllo Instruction, Ne- ton llaltinnn.
CONGllESSM1 N.
.-VimtorH I.yniaiiTruinhiill nml John A. Lou
HeprenelilatiVO roi tniiHIalo at Larce Vai-an
Heiirei-enlalho Thirteenth Dl.lriet John
Creln.
MEMIIKltS GENERAL ASSEMilI.
SennloK, lt Dlnlricl I . A. K. lliuc-oinii.i
Union, nndH. K. fllUon.of rialfatin.
Ui prenenlatlte, Nt Dl.tiii l-ll. Wal-on Wei
COUNTY"oFFIOEItS.
CIIICUIT COURT.
Jtidj(e I), J. Maker, of Alexander.
I'lo.icciitinx Altorno) -.1. K. MiCntlney(
aiaasae.
Circuit Clerk Jnn. (J, Hnrman.
Hheriil-A. II. Irtln.
Win. Martin, Aeor am1 Tieruurer,
COUNTY t'OUHT.
Judut K. Ilronj.
Aoc;a'ei J, K. MeCrlte and rt. Miin h Idoii
Clerk Jaeoh (1. L noli.
Coroner-1. dm II, (lomnimti.
M UN 101 PAL GO V ERNM EST.
Mayor .lohn 11. ImihiIi ii,
Tiea.iiier J. H.Tnlor.
Ciiiiitru ler K. A. Iliirni-ll
CUrk Michael Henley.
Marihal Andrew Uiln.
Allcriiej-I', II. Pope.
t'ulicu MaKHlratei. F.
moih nn, i ii, hi,.
ne.ny,
t'hli lol l'iillce-L. II. Mjern.
I'lihon CniiMnLIf John Htiethan, (t1. n
ii. i-irrnn a ri j, w. niiinner, (ull.t )
SELECT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. I.-iumlen,
Kirl Ward-I'. O.Hslitih.
Second tard C. It. Voolward.
1'hlrd Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-H. Htaib. Taylor.
Cily.at-Ijre-W. I' Hulhday and 1). Hurd.
IIOAItl) OK ALHEHMEN.
FlltS r WAIIO-Jainin Krarden,
Leo Kleb,
Imao Walden.
KO .M)WAIll-lt. II.CuDDIiiKliain,
K. Under,
Henry Winter,
Jainta Hwayne.
Tlllltl) WAltO-Wm. Blratton,
iMnck FiliKetald.
FOOHTH WAIttl-James Carroll,
(i. II. Hen. e.
J.H.Metealf.
Time of Mttting.
i !TiVotrll.
The City Council meets In loint eion
l-riday etenlnt; preceuInK Hie first Monday
cnuil INUillil.
tui.-T oHaeil.
The Helect Council meets on the tint We-lne
day and Thurnday, alter the aerood "Monday
wch month.
k-iikb or LMVK-r.
Tho Hoard of Aldermen meeta on tho fl
Monday andTuewlay In eery month.
COMMITTEES OK THE COUNCIL.
Ui Strut' MetiM. Tatlor. IVal.ler. Wlnle
Wood and Metalf.
iniiwi Memira.Ciinnlnliain, Ik-huh, Fittge
aid, seate and Halliday.
CIrtwii Mer.. Wood, CiinuinRliani and Kb
lJitt ant Jnd Slentrt. Carroll, lluder ai
Woodward
Ontiiutieti MeNr.S-aae, Wal.lcr and Taylor,
-irc jri-if ("Km ir.,i,. iiriiiut'ii. r;wii.n. hi
llalltilay.
Maikttt Mevaia. Sehuh, Winter and Kleb.
tnnrt Mra.ru. Hurd, 'Iratlon and Metrall.
deo, Winter, Ktralton nndCairoll.
OL'K CllTHC'IiKS.
I'liaSIIYrniUAN-EiKlilh-Mreet.
l'rencliinK, Habllh at 10, t. h., and Vt r. w,
l'ra)i-r ineetlnjr, Wedni aday at t r. m
intendi-nt. Her. C. II Footk, I'ruler.
JIETHOICiir-Cor. i:ihth and Walnut Ht,
I'n-ai'liliiK, HabUath lo,1,!. h,,i d 7 r. m,
I're yer ineelinp, Wedmaday, 7,', r. u.
intendenU Iter. F. L.Tnor.v, 1'a.tor.
CIILI1CH OK THK UKDKKMER Episcopal)
MorniiiK prayera, HabUth i a, m,
Kfeniui; prayer7r. .
tlWittl .'M.'llOOl, 91, H.
Her. Ma.Ouv, Hector.
.ht i.iTiiif.L'.a miiiifr-irfP mii. h. .h.
Waahiii(ton Avenue.
1'uMic Service, Sabbath cand 10); a, y.
elfiera, 3 r. M.
Sunday Hohool, 2 r. x.
Etrvlco erery day, s p. x,
Itev. V.J.O'lULvtaxr, Priest.
CHRIHTIAN-niiihteenlh Mreet.
Sabbath School, 0J . 8bUth.
I'reachhiK, Habbnlh injsj a. ., nnd Vr. w.
Itov. J. Hkiixd, 1'ulor.
MICOIIIV Ul'VltlV urll,wil , .v... ...
Clmreh, KlKhteentli Sireet. Habbalh Bonool :
i'. ii.
J. II. Utti., Superintendent.
VOIINf! MKM'.4(!IIUIhTll V lUiniili.liiv i...
ni, i . :.r
1'raver room of the I'reabvipriAn eimMi,
,-.ui,..n, i-iu II1UI11I1 ML If,
J . ., .,u. .iiuj.j, , . m.. k
ino I'rayer room or the l'reabyterian church,
C. 1'au.om, President.
1 LMIIf-i v f i- p...... .t. t3. ... .
and Cedar.
Service", Sabbath, II a.m.
Sunday School, 1 r. M,
Ci.'m:ie. h.
- - - - v,n,,u nniuti
SKCON'L) FltKI-WIl.I. HAITIMTi.-iri.,..i. u.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services (Jabbath, y und 3 r. m.
Itev. N. Hicks, Pastor.
. ... . " Mil, ol.
riii-.r.-tui.i. UArilHTllOME MISSION bUN.
DAI SCHOOI-Corner ualnut and Cedar Sti.
Sunday School, a. i. ,
FIHST KKKK WILL II.UTIST CJIURCH-Cur-
ry'a llarrai ka,
Servlcen, Habbath II a. m., 3 r, u, and 7 r. K,
Itov, Wm. KtiLir, Pastor.
1'llWTMiaSIONAIty HAITIST CIIt!ltCH-Bt.
i-:u ivin nnu inn airuet-f, uearueuar.
Preaching Sabbath 10" J a, m,, nnd 7; r. m.
I'l-ayer Meeting, Weilneiday evening,
I'rrnchlnKi Friday evenlDj.
Sabbath Si-hool, yt v. h. John Van Ilax.tr and
Mary Stepheni Suieriutendent .
Itoy.T. J. Biiomii, Pastor,
IIAKUKHS.
J.OEO. STEINUOUSE,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
Cor. 8tb-nt. nnd Cotnmerelal-stv.
OWShnrp Ilizors,
swcican Towels oad
WiTBklllfull Workmen.
awLadlea' and children's hair cut and sham-
pooeu, euner ui mo anop or at llieir own Homes.
."TiJontlemca'B whlakera and hair dyed in a.
olentlllo manner. Satialactlon nuaranteed.
CENTRAL HOUSE,
Vllln HlUifO. Illltiola.
TIJIOTIIY COYL, Proprietor.
Is one of the ber.t and fin est saloons In the coun
ty aid la Mlppl ed wlthiho beat wlnei limior
nnd lager beer. The proprietor Invllea pa 'iroi a
proinlalng o treat them bin patrons Mell and?
fiVVl'lal't',y.to'lntl'U''IO''-Wl'lcl' ' 'j'-ilf
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
nEHIDENOE-cornerNinth and' Walnut sta.
J.VOB cc-cornor Sixth streei and Ohio levet-Oft'oliuurs-fremo
a.m. to liin andv p.iu '

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