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TIME TAM.E Or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
On and .ner-unday. M. nth, isii, the Wlow-
tlme-tablo- will Rotcrn lh atrlva) ami dcparl
nr of pssunger t.m at Cairo i ,..,,
,,,1f,tll train, d.ily -Is Jm
Eipress. dally, cicept Hundsy SiM p.m.
Nehnteofcar from Cairo to Louis. No
ih'n-e efr from Cairo lo Chicago. Flcfrnnt
Drawing- Boom rlcepinR ear on night trains.
IISOTtas'F checked In Ml lmxirUnl points.
The alteration of shipper l especially
mlled lo the fact (hut a r'riilt Kjpre train ttill
Irnrn Cairo dally, Satiirdsja expected, and will
make lha run from (his city lo Chicago In tenty
I.e. hour. JA9. JOHNHOy.
jjtJtCKKST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Sr. Loci, I.onsvn.i.i:, Cincinnati, Ciii-
OAOO, EW VollK, BOSTON,
POINTS EAST AND AVEST.
I' s.enger trains arrive at and Icavo Cairo as fol
lown mail. rrnoi.
As.itr.... ...... ;ii:iA.m Uilltl p.m.
lunar llil.1n.ni -il.lp.m.
Doth Inilne connect at Centralis with train on tnc
J'jn. Decatur, nioomingtcn, HI Paso, I.aPalle,
Mendota, Kreeporl, tlalena, lMihiique, ami
all points in Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, tvisconsln and
Iowa. Ami with
!,fno running Kat and West for
N. lonl". Hpf ncfleld, Louisville,
Cincinnstl, Iiuanapolls, Columbus.
AnJ at Chleseo with Michigan Central, Michigan
southern, ami Pittsburg, Fort Wayne,
ami Chicago Kallroads lor
Petrell, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
tlUny, Huston, Philadelphia,
Magm Kall Krie, ltuttalo,
.Ne Tori, Pittsburg, ll.iltlinore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tickets and Informitlsn, apply to
Illinois Central Railroad IHjpol.
W. P. JOHNSON.
General rassencer Agent, Chicago,
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
SP1UK0KIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. 11.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1671, trains wit
rua as follows:
T1A1SI GOIKO FOCTHIAIT,
Lf-sir Virnmi.l.. 0:40 A.m.........
.-i riuitteld-. Ii
Arnte l l au...ll:4a m, ......
Ex rre s
Uv I'viin- l.-Jsvn ...... J.3J o.m.
" T)lrtille .:47 ....4:26 "
An te tfcrlncSeldc,lS ' ..... fetl "
lAtr pihfft A.1 O-Si " C-.10 "
Am ten Virgiota.r:tS ' ,.......t.ll "
T1A couo tocmttsT.
lte E-lro"d l.SO a.m. .......10.10 a.m.
Vtntt ...lt:40 "
Arnte tt chtieooS:Mp m.... !r.l p.m
viAist coi itui.
Leuve hwttoti n ''4j -m .t 5p m
Flor " 7;l.j "
Arrive at iJfoo4l-M " 'jo
Tiie i a.n. irf from fVlgwooJ, runs only
traia Iron gVrtotrn on T rie-ljj., Thur'
lTf aad !nnriiy.
Ca DeU At AtjAnd trilh JsckMnrillo division
of IVsoa3J Almn K-iiroAd. for Jtrfesocville.
rtrti r. MaonC ly,.tn-lll noinls et.
At .-i.nsrtld. tt'tfc Chieago and Alton,
74rUv, WAt.-h ani Western Ktilroad, r
Uuuincur, Cn.?i; aod all points north.north
Hi MB1 es'.
At I'aba artli In I. iil i5.. Ixtni., an. Illinois
LCEi r.Minui vr Ml IK.lt I. fi.I, .61111, nj
At tXfTHKj ir il, Cliicigj Dili. ion Illinois
tlFsara, run Vi . u H.rfim lUilroad.
U.-it:on. w t'j tliu,lMii for Ciocio
IMi, Pv4Kh,firn sr. 1M. 1. ....
Jl'11!-)'' -"Tn, fieu-lfiup-t.
Jt rooatrr. Ctn'l Kr'ct ai I tkIcm Ac.
MOUND C1TV AND'CAIKO.
THE STEAr TUG, CACHE
Capt. "William II. Sanhusky.
CAIEO JJTT) CITY
Leave .Mu. City,
rir sr ntniH irttrr.
At 7 A.H.
At 10 A.M.
At... 1 p.m.
At 5 p.m.
.... M.G0 a.m.
WILL LAND. "WHEN HAILED,
lKr FAOTOKV, HAWK'r. I.ANDINd, KY.
MOUTH OP CACU K, M AKIN K WAYH,
AND NAVY YAKI.
ALIO, MULKEY k WIIKELEit,
William J. Allen,
John H.llll!k L
,nf.r.P,.rtl(:uUr attention paid lo rivfr and ad.
OrilcE tooMh 7 ANU 8 WISTEU'ri 1IL0CK.
GllKKN it GILHHHT,
Willlaia II. (ireen, 1
William 11 Ullberl,
OfPH'E OIII0LEVEK,t(mM( 7 AND 8 0VKII
t-lTY NATIONAL HANK.
IIUUTH ANI KllOKS.
100T AND SHOE MAKER,
lltl4Aim Vi.Hl.in.. .
","'u trtuu und 1'oidar fctrett,
Iioot. ud Hknes MajTlo Order.
Viwi Vfnikmtn Employed.
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
on Aomci rou
"uuTH AND SIIOKS
enu, corner of llllclilll
fABTICDLAR ATTZKTION PAID TOALLOU-I
sua tv Hvvrsajjtia ami) Biigic,
North, Througn ..oOa.tn. 2.00 p.m
Way li.Wp.tn. Hill) p.m.
South, Way ....U.IS p.m. Ujisjp.m.
" Through N. (., Mem
phis nnd Columbus 2:1 p.m. 4:00 p.m,
Ohio Hiter route, (except
M.mlay) ;" p.m. u.tMt p.m.
iron Mountain 11. H '.'iSOa.m. lluDp.m.
Ibver route, 'juisiay
and frlday G:ip.iii. 7:s p.m.
Th't"', I loose Islninl A rnuln
IV, 111., Thursday A Vti-
j Oiulp.in. Mxla.m,
Mat lit Id, lllnmlril.o mil
utela"0, Ky Ilima.ui. i.isip.m.
fleucrnl Del tiry 7i.lti.ni.
Money Uid'rdcit.tiiitnt :W) a.m. o.iio
ltRieler " " " " ti.ioa.tn, 6.00 p.m.
Money Order nnd Heiilmer tlepnrtmcius net
oen on trundap,
ii.ibo C..MMtMirnt. No. I1.-Hlale.l Assembly
a', the Asjluin M.tnw l'nll, lint and tliirdHa..
lird.us Inench montli.
Ct'iio Covmii, No. VI. I rgnlar ConTocational
Masonic Hull. the seenmt rriuay inencn inonui.
Cmo Cut rrr ii, No. Tl f(julnr Convocation
nl Minonie llall, on mo inini luvauvyui vtvij
" oUiio I"1"". No.MT K. A A. M -lteRiilar Com.
aiinn. ni Miisonlc Hal I. the second and
fourth Mnndajs ol each month.
IitLTA 1oi'or, N0.6CS F. x A. M.-Ueptilar Cpin
muiilcations nt Maoiilc llall Mrst und third
Thursda s In each month.
i w.r.. l o-l Mods In Odd Kullow'a
Hsll. in Art-rV Huillln, every Thursday cteii.
Ing, at coVlo.-k.
TAX PUHCH ASKH'S SOTICK-
Tn M M ttnirltnos". Ton nr hereVv nollfi
ed that ntHsaloof real estate mado by tlio sheritr
of AlexamUr county, at tho noor oi me couri
house, In the town of Cairo, Aioianuer f""'Ji
Illinois, on the 2"tli day of June, A. P. 16.0,0.
Winston tiurchased the lollowir.K ilescrll'Cd real
estate, situate in said county, tor the taxes, in
terest and cots due thereon for the tear A. II.
lsTU, to-wlt t Fractionl west sec. i, j . u p. it.
1 W., Bscfscd In the name of M. M. ltawliiigs,
and that slid C. Winston lias essiKnea all ins
rii:hts under said nuichase to the undersisned,
and that the tlmo allotted by law for tho rcdem
tionot said real estate will expire on tho STlli
Uav of Juno UK. WM. 1. IIAI.MUAT.
Cairo, June 3rd, U7i.
WOODt "SVOODU "SYOOU 1 ! !
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah Clicnp, If not t'lirnpcr
Than any ood dealer in Cairo, l.eate orders
on the Mates at the l'o-lottice and at Itoss" coal
yard, on Commercial nvenue, between Tenth and
Twelfth street", Cairo, Illinois. I clvo good
measure and will cord the wood urn nesireu.
PnlilUlictl every murnlnp, Jlonilny ex
Funeral Notice. Tlio ftincrnl ser-
Ticcs of the kto Jlrs. Slianncsjy will tnko
place tit the Cliurch of the Redeemer to
day nt 1 o'clock, ji.tn. The retnnins will
be convoytHl to Villa Ridge for interment,
on a special train, at 'i o'clocV. The friends
of the deceased ara rfjvectfolly invited to
I. O. (. V.
J"i'.vi:i:ai. Notice. The members of
Alexander I.d"e. No. 'J21. I. O. O. Y
tire hercbv notified to meet nt the lirtU of
the lodgu to-day, at 1- to Httcnd in u
bodv thefuneral of Uro. A. H. Clvde. Vip-
iling brothers in good staridini; nr! re
tpcctftilly invited. ('. K. Slack, N. O.
Wanted A email storm.
Friend, this morning nnd evening.
Rev. Jacob Ilrndley proposes ,to bar-
becuo tho city.
Ohas. rnilurlins h in Coloralo, in tho
East India preserves nt .lorgenson'e.
Rev. Mr. Thompson Ht the McthoJist
A lndy Buys Friend did run on "Wed
Imported London biscuit'' at Jorgen
sen s. jyjiiii.
.Mcllnla, with his j iil men, is building
a sidewalk on Sixth streot.
Itldgo llrofs propoi'.'s to view the
Cache bridgo to-day.
Mr. Sutiin Slmmiotty wn 01 yenrs
old at tho time of her iluntli.
City ('omj)trollor Riirnett U tho hap
py father of n now baby u girl.
Alderman Winter wears tho latest
ttvlonf blraw lint. It U ttni'itie.
I'liil. Iluward'a ii ut-t.ln'1 1 band has been
dissolved smashed up dissipated.
Another of .1. L K. T.'a ititeretting
letters will appear in The Hri.LETlN
Rev. Footo ut tho I'resbytorian church
Mb ii iiiivi n uiuvik.
not succeed in utiturlhlng many Hurtling
shortcomings of tho force.
Tho funhral cervices of tho Into Mrs.
Rhntuiciiy will take plncu at tho Episcopal
clmrch ut 1 o clock to-dnv.
Tho nmlnblo France Heno wns ur-
rested by Arnold for disturbing tho peace.
mom dwehargod ho unfilled.
Matilda mid (iuilford Harvey for
using nlfenilve nnd profaiio language, ar
rested by Arnold, were lined ?5 and cosH,
Tabor Brother have lltted uti thu
room formerly occupied by Carson, tho
bowing machino man, nt'dwill rcmovointo
it nt tin curly day.
"rilfi tooil rullri-iiifl nnWA ihiIiIImIh.! in
it. Ul.i.KnN veitlinliiv was rnenlvml
, " " ,,n""- I'lnu jiroiulie won't to
Krwl. W. i;uim
mid Dr. TKKrtN
fin l.M fc.t.. i
"ii nn win. 1 1 ii via fmftn..i i
Halt l.iiLn fltv . . , b
"r, .....i.ti iiiiii ji.-viiuf.
.'ii.-ummv, vuti, lormeriy
minor o. uio umro utmoerut, was t.inrrW.,i
ut St. Joseph, Mo on Atiuust 7ih. Tin.
..ii. , .
hupy bridu'g namo bofuro tho knot was
tlb l wn MIm Snlllo It. Colo.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
FIvj rooms nnd n kitchen" id rent ton
good lonohl. Terms rcnsonnblo. Tho
rooms uro located on Commercial avonuo,
(omuof.Ehjhth street. Enqulro of 0. Win
ston. .Mr. l'mil Hehuh has fitted up tho
WhlttnW drug Uoro I" lino style, nnd has
removed his largo and varied tock of
drugs Into it. Mr. Hehiili is oho of tho
best druggists In Southern Illinois.
"Tho prospects of Pnducnh nro moro
brilliant now than they hnvo boon for
many year," ny tho Taducah Km
luckian. This is nn old ong. AVo have
hud it sung in our cars for these ton year.
Tho Rev. John Friend, pastor of the
Christian church, will preach this morning
und ovuning. His subjects .will bo, In tho
morning, 11 o'clock, "Tho Resurrection
of Christ;" nt 8 p.m., "Types of tho Old
Ten First-Class Coopers.
l'arsons, Davis & Co.'s (Jueonswaro House,
5 & 7 Tenth street.
Schoi Jieytr,iWo!ss Rcor Is becoming
popular drink. Ho is constantly ro-
ccivlng n fresh supply, and with dlillculty
supplies tho demand. Every porson who
wishes to Indtilgo In n drink Hint quenches
thirst nnd oxhllirate, but decs not Intox
icate, should drink "Weiss Boor.
A prominent citizen wns nssailcd by
his jealous inamorata on Friday night with
a pistol and throats of murder. In self
defonso ho knocked her down nnd disarm
ed her. Tbo Indignant .female bad hi In
nrrcslcd yesterday, but Judgo Uross could
not be persuaded thn't ho ought to bo
Tho bodv of Mr. Abncr H. Clyde, who
was drowned on Sunday night last, was
recovered yesterday, near Columbus, Ky'.,
nnd will bo buried by tho Odd Fellows to.
day. His friends tiro invited to attond-
Tho bodv will bo buried nt . Yilla Ridge,
and ?1 faro will bo charged lor tho round
Occasionally wo sco in our exchange!
Can this bo tho AVorthington who caught
shadows in Cairo sometime ago, and nd
vertiscd in tho Thk Bulletin nnd did
not pnv his bill ? Wo pnuo for n reply
If it is our dear AVorthington, wo advise
our printing frionds to hnvo an eyo on
him. He Is very forgetful very.
Friend may sing:
" I hear a voice you ennnot hear,
Which sats I must not stay ;
I see a hsnd you cannot see
The hand and voice of Hay."
-Tho persecution of tho Roy. Mr.
Friend brings to mind tho stanza of th
Hay after Friend depart" ;
Mint we now lose our Friend I
There i no union here of hearts
Tf.at finds not here an end.
"Give us a little moro energy, a littlo
moro patience, a little moro enterprise,
and n little more perseverance, nnd l'adu
cab will outstrip all her western rivals,"
exolaims tho despairing Kentucky l'adu
cahan. AVc arc very liberal, nnd if there
is nnything clso our neighbor wants we
wish ho would mention it beforo it slip
from his memory. Wo, of Cairn, hnvo
surplus of patience, energy, entcrpriso
and perseverance, nnd will send It up on
tho Fisk in n jug.
Ten First-Class Cooper.
l'nrson, Davis it Co.'s (iueenswiiro ilouso,
r A- 7 Tenth street,
Re.oll'tion.' of Re.-pect. At a special
meeting of Alexander Lodge, No. 22L I.
0. O. F., held at tho Jodgo room, Monday
evening, Au;ust 7, 1871, tho following
resolutions were adopted:
AS'iiEitEA.", In tho providenco of tho
Grand Master of tho universe, our Into
brother, Abncr II. Clyde, has fallen n vic
tim to tho blighting power or death, which
overtook him suddenly und unexpectedly
in tho enjoy men of heultb, and in tliodays
of bis greatest usefulness to society,
Uctoltcd, By Aloxunder Lodge, No.
221, I. O. O. F., of Cairo, III., that, in tho
death of our lato brother, Abncr II. Clyde,
this lodgo has lost an exemplary brother,
true to all those principles which tench
m in lo bo social und humane that ho is n
constituent of one utiivcraal brotherhood,
and that Friendship should prompt tho
contest of life, tho gentle influences of lovo
supply tho weapons, und truth consecrate
tho etl'ort that lead to victory. In his
death society has lost tin ornument, slnco
ho was, in nil respects, an honest inun, tho
noblest work of (iosi.To his friends ho wu
a man firm, tried and true, In whose char
acter thu exulting power of honosty and
Integrity was shown in ovory relation of
lift) in which ho was cullod lo uct u part.
Jlrmlcetl, That this lodgo rom bo
clothod In mourning and tho brothers
wear tho appropriatebadgo for thirty days.
Jtesvlcctl, That thesu resolutions bo
spread upon thu journal of tho lodgo nnd
published in tho papers of tho city.
Ten Firs-Class Coopers.
Parsons, Davis As Co.'s Queenswuro Ilouso,
ti ii 7 Tunth street,
Notice. Tho Police Investitntlon com.
iiilttuo met, on Friday nisht. Present, S.
S. Taylor, R. II. Cunningham, Carrol,
Woodward und Hudor. Absent, Hclnih,
Thu meeting was cullled to order und S. S.
Tujlnr elected chairman nndAV. Undersec
retary. Altordebating and investigating
dill'orenr stutoments nnd papers, tho com
mltloo adjourned for further notion until
Tuesday, August 16th, nt which time
Judgo Bross will havo n copy of his docket
mado out. Tho oommitluu requests nil
porkuti knowing anything about tho Snm
n jr cute, or othor fault in tho police mat
ters lo eomu forward with their statements,
either verbally or by writing
AVm. Budeh, .Secretary.
At a bargain, u Davis' so A' -lias
never been used; Is
mitlroly now ; also, u new 1,80 Wilcox ii
1 fill. I. a film.lii tllreiiil. lnim.itltidi. ti.tutrt,.
Knuuiro nt tho
a woud Fon rili "peusecctei) I'Ahron
LOGIC ANJ) roESY INVOKED IN III8 VIN
DICATION. Mr Aldon 1, wonrolnformed, somowht
nggrlovcd by tho compilmentory words
spokon by Tun Bulletin nbout tho great
and good Mr. Friend. This Is n fact wo
regret, slnco wo highly cstoom tho good
opinion of Mr. Aldon; but, wo hnvo n
plain duty to porform tho duly of up
holding modest merit wherevor wo find it-
and no' consideration personal to oursclf
shall Induco us to shrink from Us perform
ance , Jf wo should do so la this instance,
Thk Bulletin could not long hold 'Its
placo at tho head of tho religious press of
Egypt. AVIiat, let us ntk has beon Mr.
Fricnd'i offonso7 Ho- had a
good thing nnd ho wanted to keep
it. Could nnything bo more natural? AVo
cbnllcngo Mr. Aldcn to find, in nny part
of tho bible, n pnssngo which countenances
tho folly of lotting n good thing slip when
you hnvo it. Such n passugo cannot bo
found. How, then, can -Mr. Aldon, as a
christian, nsk Mr. Friend to do what is not
authorized by tho blblo ? AVo ntyor
boast, but wo believe wo havo Aldcn on
this point by tho short hair.
AVhat, then, is tho nqxt charge? AVo
desiro to havo it trotted out In tho interost
of truth. Ho did not, it is said, givo Mr.
Aldcn nnd his colleagues a trial. AVoil,
suppose this to bo truo I AVo again cbal-
longo Mr. Aldon to point to nny passago
in scripturo which justifies them in de
manding n trial. Ho cannot do it. Noith
his nor Hay's nor Tnlbott's nnrao
can bo round In tho scriptures. How,
then, can Mr. Aldcn oven claim that, ac
cording to tho hcriptures, they -were en
titled to n trial? Mr. Friend goes accord
ing to the law, nnd if ho don't know what
blblo law Is, who dons ? Bcsid?, doe not
tho Apostlo say: "ANithdraw from tho
disorderly?'' To whom was thi order
given 7 Clearly, to Friend. Bu, It may
bo said, the c'xcluded members wero not
disorderly. How can Mr. Alden provo
this. Ho has, wo havo shown, no right
to a trial, and, therefore, no right to provo
tlint ho was ordorly. Consequently, since
ho cannot establish tho fact that he wns
orderly, tho 'contrary 'mlist bo
taken lor granted. Again, we
hould liko to havo Mr. Aldcn show to us
any man who is n bettor judgo of disor
dorlv conduct than Mr. .Friend. Ho has,
wo venture to say, had moro practical ex
perience in tho busineis than nny other
parson in thu city. Liko tho
war-horto that smells tho bat
tlo from nfar off, and say: "Ha
Ha I" Friend smelt disorder in his church
nnd said: Hay I Hay I" This fact, in our
opinion, conclusively proves that tho ex
trustees wero entitled to no trial. It is
conclusive, because If it Is not, what would
be? Therefore, tho irresistablo inferenco
is, that the person who struck Mr. AVil
Ham Patterson has been unmasked. This
style of reasoning may bo above the com
prohcnslon of our reader, but cannot fail to
meet tho hearty indorsement of .Stephen
l'carl Andrew, Mr. Friend, and tho othor
masters of involved argument nnd suiter
Thero is another point in Mr. Friond':
favor the point of good looks. A hand
some preacher is n trcasuro to bo cher
ished. Wo nro told, by Ht. Augustine,
(Epistlo XXXATI. to Casulanus) thnt
"F. riendis ap cslif o rous bore," which
wiso saying relates to tho cxpcrlcnco of
I'aul among tho Qallatians, Ho was; our
readers recollect sco A'al. Muximus (Lit).
VI. cap. 2) a handsomo man, and tho
ugly ho Gallatians, out of jealousy, sought
to drivo him away, but Paul stuck, und
established a precedent which Mr. Friond,
who walks in tho footsteps 'of tho Apostle,
and is as handsomo nnd us much perse
cuted for his good looks, daro not disre
gard. "Ueauiiful as street 1
And )ounK as bountiful I and c ft as young I
And K' K" soil I"
Friend has tho insido track, nnd nil ,thjo
sound logic nnd poosy that can bo com
manded uro on his sldo.
Imported gherkins, cliowkaw,'piccu
lillo and onions, nt Jorgonscn's.
Thl'til Tho power of Mn. Whit
comb's Syrup for children nro us positivo
as the sunlight from heaven, and gentle
and soothing as an angolV whlspor. ntigS.
Dr. Rattingcrs Diarrhoea and dysente
ry Powders will.curo all kinds of Dlarrnoo
nnd Dysentery uillicting adults, quickly,
plcusantly und safely. For salo,. by nil
first class druggists and doalors. aug8-
It hns been proved, boyond tho possibil
ity of doubt, that diseases of tho bladdor,
kidneys, nnd urinary organs, aro thor
oughly nnd completely cured, and u per
manent victory ginned over dyspepsia, or
ganic weakness, gravel, dropsy, strangury
diabetes, nnd femalo irregularities, by tho
a'ul of Helmuold'h Buciiu,
A'eky fow remedies havo reached tho
standard that hns been awarded to Helm
hold'h Buuuu ; for in It is to bo found u
po.iiiice euro for diseases of tho bladder,
kidneys, urlnury organs, dropsy, gravol,
strangury, organic weakness, und femalo
i. ....... I. ..lit,.. rri.u i. ... r . .i..
it uniu. ,-. .in. nan uvuii ircijuuuwy
acknowlcged by our londlng physicians.
A oooi) rofllo will como ofl nt tho Gib
son Houso on Monday evening, Augtnt 9,
1871, consisting oi a nno Hpcnccr cnrblno.
Ainu a froo lunch will bo ready to.tho
wat.ts of tho guoits. Aftor tho rafllo is
over n frcs doncO Will bo gtacn, with good
nniblo throughout tlio entire ovoulnu'.
Como one, como nil.
AVASTF,u-4tfh Gamblo vtigon fnc-t
tiry, comor of Thlry-second street nnd
Ohio Iovop, Cairo, His., two blacksmith
turners; two wngon makers and ono wag
on jinlnter nnd strlpor. Nono but men
that havo a.qrved,u rogulnr tlmo niul nro
jnastors of tholr liodo need apply.
il:it J. P. Gamiilk.
Tno most populnr bhoo shop in town
is on 20th street opposito tho court houso
hotel,' whoro "AVm. Ehlcrs manufactures
boots and shoos for his customer, warrant
ed to bo of tho best French calf, -kip or
muroeco, und which ho guanrnleos to give
ontiro satisfaction. Call on him und you
will know how it Is youreolf. Jy2Ctt
AUGUST 13, 1871.
RT. ClIAULKs SATURDAY.
J. E. Frnnko, St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Habdltb, St. Loul, Mo.
AV. Jay Stone, Detroit, Mloh,
AVm. Mooro, Vlcksburg, Miss.
Mrs. G. Fnlls and two children, Mem-
J. A . MoKlnnoy, Momphls, Tenn.;
J. T. Bynum nnd lady, Hickman, Ky.
AV. A. Rcovos, Missouri,
Mrs. llcckwlth, Missouri. ,
Jessie AVaro, Jonesboro, III.
Ira A. Flood, Boston, Mass.
Chattcn Sosslong, Arkansas.
J. AV. Brown, Arkansas.
AV. H. Smith and wifo, Evansvllle, Ind.
T. Morris, Kvansvlllo, Irid.
O. P. House, TnncsviUo, O.
J. M. Bigger, Paducah, Ky.
John AVilklni, St. Louis, Mo.
L. AValoten, clerk of steamer John F.
Fred. Rico, Bolloylllo, III.
AV. K. AVIld, St. Louis, Mo.
O. O.Stroot, Paducah, Ky.
Miss Elliott, Prducah, Ky.
A Kogular mooting of tho Cairo
Lodgo, No. 237, A. F. nnd M.
Monday ovoning, August 14th, A. L.
o871. Visiting brethren aro cordially in'
Tiled. AV. B. Kehney, Soc'y.
Puiilic Dr. J. AVhite, of
Now Orleans, may bo consulted, whoro
his remedies aro dispensed, in his rooms
at tho Commercial Hotel until tho 10th of
Tho doctor's remedies aro extensively
known in othor parts of tho union, nnd
acknowledged to possess great intrinslo
merit. The cures performod hero will
oon furnish tho best possible proof of
their reliable virtues In saving suffering
Thero la no campound in tho world
equal to Dr. J. AVhilo'V Magto Liniment
in giving instant relief, saving and pro
His Lung Ellxer, Dyipoptle, Liver
Powder. Blood Purifier, Diarrhea and
Cholera Specific, ATcgotablo Till, Infalll
bio Ague and Chill Ilcmody, &en are
equally valuablo for tbo purposes for
which they aro ovcrally doviscd.
ncallh is tho lourco of all tho Joys of
Dr. AVhlto'i rcmarkablo success In the
euro of painful and long standing chronic
disoascs Is extensively known In all tho
statos bordering on tho Ohio and Missis
sippi rivers to New Orleans. No pbysl
cian in tho United States has mora expe
rience or groater success in tho cure o
Asthma, Bronchitis, Inveterate Cough
Lung, Liver or Heart Disease, Dyspep
sia, Sick or Nervous Headache, Ithouma
tism, Neuralgia, Scrofula, Catarrh, Files
Diseases of tho Kidnoys, Diabetes, Fever
Sores, any form of Ulcers and Cancers
DIicac3 of tho Eyes, Female Diseais. &c
AVo repeat, nil forms of both chronic and
AVithout health wo are worthless to so
clety valueless to ourselves and others
3Ioro than forty years' experience and
extensive practico In largo cities north
and south, with ton years' extensive pat
ronugo in Now Orleans and abroad
and a largo patronage preferred by th
officers and soldiers of both armies in that
city during tho four years' war. havo glv
en Dr. AVbito tho experience, and test of
remedies which enable him to porform bis
known rcmarkablo euro of diseases inci
dent to both sexes and all ages to effect
permanently tho euro of both the body
and tho mind of the sufferer.
Notice. Tho flcanco committee have
instructed Taylor to immediately proceed
to tho collection of all personal taxes fo
1871, and to notify all porsons by clrcu
lars, that thoy must lose no tlmo In walk
ing up to tno "captain t ouico."
CANS I CANS 1 1 UANS 1 1 1
Flvo hundred dozon No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS at the new-yobk stokf, at $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholcsalo and retail
stock in tho city.
Greeley & Patiek,
J. J. Tiiomah has fitted up the rooms
lately occupied by AV. O. AVorthington,
on Commercial avenue, whoro ho is doing
a good business. Go and seo blm and
give him a trial. Ho is prepared to do all
kinds of work in tho photograph line, and
does it well.
New Piiotookapii Galleuy. AVc ne
tlco that Mr. J. J. Thomas has fitted up
tho rooms lately occupied by AV. U. AVorth
ington In Tory good stylo, and, as an artist,
is doing oxccllcnt work that should cntitlo
him to a fair sharo of patronage
Notice. From. August 1st until further
nntico, the fare por transit steamor Illinois
plying botwoen Cairo and Columbus will
be as follows: Ono way, $1.C0; round trip,
$2.00. AV. A LowTn,
Wj: would call tho attention of our.
country frionds who want to got good'
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very pleasant gallory on Commercial
avonuo for their accommodation, nnd is
roally tho best artist wo have had in Cairo
or a long time. tf
Notice. Dooming u knowlodgo of
chemistry nocosBury to tho student ,of all
sciences and professions, as well as lo tno
mechanic, I proposo to open a class of
chemistry of forty lossons, commencing
on, tho first Monday in Septombor noxt.
For particulars inqulro at my office, 142
Commercial avenuo, Cairo.
did A. AVadoymah.
1 Phillip Dauiiu is mastor of his trado,
nnd warrants nil of his work to bo of tbo
very lest mntorlal nnd manufacture ; guar
antecs u complcto fit und ontiro satisfac
tion, lsnot confined to nny'particular stylo,
but makes ovory varioty of boots nnd shoes
from tho heaviest cowhldo to tho finest
French calf und morocco. Ho also keeps
ii largo stock on hand, of his oxen manufac
turf, nnd nny ono desirous of purchasing
good cuttom work cheap should call on
hi nl ut his shop on Eighth St., south sldo,
neat comer of Ohio lovco, Cairo. dtf
KiNDLiNd, 500 ' telass boxes " for salo
at 5 cents each. AV. AV. Tiioiinton.
Llcblg's colobratod extract of meat nt
Oonulito walnut and mushroom ketch
ups, nt Jorgonscn's. Jy2Ctf
-Gtinva Jolly nnd Bosnia prunes nt .lor
Goouliio Spanish olives nt Jorcen-
Anchiovis, In nlckln. oil or suit, nt
AVm. Kblor. at his tlion on 5fll h st rjtitl
is sun mnnuincturing every variety of
boots and shoes from genuine Fronch calf
(,no uses no olher kind) which ho mils
roidy mudo or miido to ordor nt prlco
that defy competition. Jy20tf.
AVIIIIam Alba's barber si on I crow
ing in public favor ovory day. It Is neat-
llttetl up, nnd can boast df tho most
skillful workmen In tho city. Tho pro
prietor lias Had many ycara' cxpcrlcnco In
hit business and Is rocognlzed asonoof tho
most export shavers In Southern Illinois,
whlloyoung Albn is a mastur In his pro
fession. Citizens nnd strangers who wish
a pnlnlcss shnvo, n luxurious shnmpoolng,
or titoir linlr cut in tlio in test stylo should
pntronlzo Alln. His shop I on Commor-
cial nvonuo next door to Hannon's news
Shrivcr's oyster ketchup nt Jorgon
Invoices of now good lust received nt
tho Boston Shoo Store.
Elliott & Haytiiohn.
Raffle. A flno kit of ship carpenter's
tools nnd also a splendid kit of Joiner's
tools completo, will bo rallied off on Satur
day evening, l'Jtli Inst., at tho corner of
Sovcntccnth-st. nnd Commercial nvonuo.
Tho chances will bo CO cents ruch. A fine
string band will bo in attendance, nnd u
good timomny bo anticipated. Tlio ralllo
Is for tho benefit of Mrs. Murlon, widow of
tho lato Thoj. Marlon. did
Reliaiilk and Safe, Dr. Henry
Root nnd Plant Pills nro mild and plenso
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or uriping. Hcing en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouse tho liver nnd sccrctivo organs Into
hoalthy action, throwing off disease with
out exhausting or debilitating the system
Try them und you will bo satisfied
Price 25 ccnU a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medicine everywhere
Prepared by tho Grafton Modiclno Co, St
Louis, Mo. myOdm
Steamer John Lumsdcn, Evansvllle.
" Belfast. Now Orleans.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" Doxtcr, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jus. Fisk, Jr., Poducah.
" Bella Memphis, St. Joui.
" A. Baker, Cape Olrtlcnu.
Steamer John Lumsdcn, Evansvllle.
Belfast, St. Louis.
" Eddyvillo, Louisville
" City'of Cluster, St. Louis.
" Tobo Hurt, Evunivillo.
" Doxtor, Now Orleans.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Paducah.
" Bella Memphis, Memphis.
" Mohawk, Now Orleans.
" Enterprise, Louisville.
" H. C. A'cager, Now Orleans.
JIOATH LEA VI NO TO-DAY.
Steamer Honrv Ames, New Orleans.
" Marblo City, Ticksburg.
Grand Tower, St. Lout.
Mallio Kagon, Evansvllle.
" Silver Bow, Red Rlvor.
Columbia, Fort Smith.
Tho river is still falling at this point.
Tho Ohio is falling all the woy up.
Tho Cumberland I so low thot n duck
cannot swim In It.
Yesterday was cool compared tosoino
days of last week.
Tho Mohnwk left with a tow of thrco
Tho John Lumsdcn brought n light
trip for tho south.
Tho Bolfast discharged for tho I. C. It.
R. 20 bales moss, 200 empty beer keg,
and some sundry lots of freight.
Tho Entcrnrlso had to tako n bnrgo in
tow to lighten her over tho shoal ploces.
Tho T. F. Eckcrt has gono to tho vicin
ity of Grand Tower to rulso n lot of rails,
which hnvo been sunk some time, hho
leaves tho Samson nt tho wreck of tho
Odd Fellow, nnd will rniso her machinory,
AVo aro under obligations to Isaac Coop-
or for past favors. Ho was in our city
Tho Bokcr brought down 570 bbl. Hour
and 70 sks. oats, which sho transferred to
tho Jobn.T. Mooro.
Tho owners of tho stonmorB ivatte, Jjco
and Natchez havo petitioned tho city
council of Now Orleans to lenso to tnem
for tho term of four yenrs, ono hundred
and fifty foot fr6nt of tho wharf, next
abovo Canal street, and running one- vu
Delta street, for tho exclusive uso of tholr
steamers. Thoy propose to pay to tho city
tho sum of $50,000, or 512,500 nnnually,
nd to keop tho wharves In good repair,
and to pavo, whoro usod, with shells.
Capt. Coultor has charted tho littlo tow-
boat hero and will leuvo for tho Ohio
rlverin a fow days.
Tho Eddyvillo brought out a fair trip
of rcshipping froight.
(Tho Falls Pilot has bur barges aground
Umpire will como off tho docks nt Pa
ducah In a fow days, and will ontor tho
Tho Tobo Hurt lias withdrawn from tho
Hickman trado and has gono to Kvnnsville.
ono win run uuitvouu
' trvnnsvinii mill
Tho City of Ohostor was a littlo bohlnd
tlmo, caused by getting aground below
on hor way down. Sho took tho St.
Louis passengors und froight of tho Mooro.
Considerable oxcitomont was created on
board the John 1, Mooro yosioruay nnor-
nopn by turning stoam on tho capstan
wlillo a couplo of mon woro at work in ono
of iho cblmaoys. Tho steam entered tho
chlmnoy and scaldod thorn somo, but thoy
woro mgre friglitonoa tunn hurt, Ono of
vuuiu JIUl k uisj nun " J o
other escaped with a slight scald
M'hn lljtvtni. will fill nut linrn Willi 1
Tlio riSKiinu ioo bbis. Hour, i
tobacco nnd several small lots of
Tho Citv of Alton hns got ofl am
ri, ti,,11n MmntihU brousht a lur
boats nground In tho rlvor.
HiVHU I1V TELEGRAPH.
Little Rock, August 2. Cloudy
ViCKMiiuiio. Aucust 12. Down
Ijockwood at 10 last night.
Up Ouchlla Bolle, 3 V. M.
AV arm and clear. Rlvef falling.
Mempiiih, August 12. Cloudy.
PIIFV AlO llttfnf. .1nnltr.tr-l.nt nil
Doparted Bismarck, Now Or
urami xowor, ni. jxhiii; Allan,
City Xnllnnnl Rank Bnlldlnsj.
fpeclai attention raid lo orders from
nlfllit and day. . ,
W. II. MOIllllH,
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