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THE GIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1871.
TiU VULER'S GUIDE.
riMKTAntic or tiik ii.li.voih centra i n. R.
On and after Xunday, ila I4tb, 1871, the follow
ing Hrne-tablo will govern the nrrlTal and depart
ure of pMtiMrin nvnni
vnor' Mi1 train, dally i... 1 1 : p.m.
Impress, dull i,15i.ln
I'ttmi. dull, except Hundsy 3:31) p.m.
Noih.naeofcara fromCsiro in 81. Louis. Jo
,l,;o of cars rromuuro to unicago. wrfini
prawlrg Kon steeping c.ir on night lrtn.
rtsggssr fheclied t" nil Important points.
Tho attention nf shippers la especially
,led to the fact that a Fruit Express train
tVeCuM dally, Haturdsys expected, and will
''ake the run fmm this city to Chic ago In twenty,
two hour. JAS. JOHNSON, Agent.
QUICKEST UOUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTKAL R. R.
Sr. Lon, LonsviLLK, Cincinnati, Cm
cmio, ew York, Boston,
VOISTS EAST AND "WEST.
p.s.eiiger trains arrive at and leave Calrd at fol
A.aiti. 3i:ilia.m - liUOp.tn,
innai- iiitaun. .... jii.i ti.m
Both trains conncet t Cenlralla with train oa tnt
FiU, Decatur, Bloomtngtcn, El Paso, La Salle,
Meolota, r'reeport,l.aln, Dubuque, and
all point In Illinois, Missouri,
nneots, A'i.eonsin and
Iowa. And wllli
Lines running Eat and Writ for
bi.Lotil., HpsnrfelJ, Louisville,
Cincinnati, lntjanapolu, Columbus.
And at Chiesco with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg, Fort Va)De
anj inicau luiuroaas iur
ivirolt, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany. Boston, Philadelphia,
Magra Fall., Erie. Bullalo,
Ne rors, Pittsburg, Baltimore,
AXD ALL POINTS EAST.
For through ticket and Information, apply to
Illinois Central Railroad Depot.
W. V. JOHNSON.
General Pas.enger Agent, Chicago.
3. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
SP1UKGFIELD AXD ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTEKN E. It.
On and after Monday, April Jtth, 171, trains wll
rua as iollows i
Ttnal ooisa soCTUiitr.
Ltate Virginia i.'.tna.m
" sjinuKneld i"t ,
' Tajlorrillc tO-.Si "
Arnie at l'aua 11:10 m
TKil.l ootiro sosTnwur,
Leae Paaa ,Kiu,m ..
" Tsjlorville ..I7 '
Arne atSfrinj;neld..6ill " ....
Am teat VIrinia s.2i " ..
. 3.(10 "
.. 4 31 "
tains coim soi'Tiiiisr.
lae Edgewood...... 5:30 a.m. 10:10 a.m.
" Hora..:ii .... ....Jl:tO "
Amte ai ehwaectownl.Mp ri 5:15 p,m
mm eono oTiitn.
l,eu uanlun IS a.tn . ....2Ciii.m
The 5.30 a.m. tram from Edcewood, run. only
Mondays, W.dnesJarsand Fndajs.and 5:45 a.m.
train from Slianeeioirn on Tue-daj, Thurs.
days and saturda, s. '
Cornects at Aahland riib Jal:onrMlc dirislou
of Chi.-a;o an I Alton It . Uro.d. for JacksoCTjIle.
Peterslcri-, Ma.on City, a nd all rlm west. '
TLifc,f,r'f1AH'"''.C :!c"K nJ Alton, and
Bloomingtcs, ChicaKo, nnd all points north.north.
wet I an4 we. i, .
rfl"..,"1' ,.ni,1, D'.1. s- 10u". Illinois
Cestril Riilroi.1 for all pointi tint, south aod
cnlr.tr1ffi;1iri,h c"ic,fi0 Wrulon lll,no"
AtFlora.wuh Ohio aid Mississippi Kailroad.
AifchawDc-etown, with tpamtaiais I for Cincln.
nan, lltlucah.CAlroan.l&t. Iaiii.
OKLANl; SMITH, Gfn'ISup'l.
JoaaFwiiTT.Gtn'IFr'ct and Ticket Afi'l.
Aimf ai ricmooti..i:5(j " .
aiobsb city axdmiToT"
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. "William h. Sandusky.
CAIRO CX). CITY
Lkave Oaiko, 1 Lbave Mu, Out,
root or ueum iratrr, I viiauiuiat,
At 1 A.M. At S.30 a.m
At m.... 10 A.M. I At 11.30 A.M
1 I'.M. At u.ao P.M.
a I'.M. I At C.30 P.M.
"7JLL LAND. AVJIEN HAILED,
box r-Acrortv, ha wkV landino, ky,
MOUTH OF CACHE, MAIIINK WAYS,
. AND XAVV YAUU.
ALIJiN, MULKEY & WHEELER,
William J. Allen,
j- CAIRO, 1M.INOIH.
?"i7'.',icullr '""lilon pnld to river ani ad
miral tj tusmeaa,
OI FICE ltOOMH 7 ANI) 8 WINTKIl'8 III.OCK.
GREEN & GIIiHERT,
William U.CIreen, -
William It Uilbert, ',
Mile. F.GilU.jt, J
H",lL.Tn "T -u.l
OFFICK-OIIIO LEVEE, ROOMB 7 ANI) 6 OVKIt
w . x .lATIUAI, HANK,
UOOTM AND numi:s.
HOOT AND 8IIOE MAKER,
tt.. ... in .
ai.inton Amuo and l'oplur Street
Hoots and Skoes MadTto 0er.
Fine Workmen Eint.love,!.'
HOOP S1Q11T T?ACTOHT
toLE Acrj(r roii
ROOTS AND SIIO'ES
Otkmuitf cut Avcuuo, Corner of lUtjblli
PAHTICULAK ATTZKT10N VAID TO ALL Oa-
nainu SMIU tlflAllt iri ii ... . V4W
North, Throiiim. . W")-.m. 5:"0p.nr
Way i!i20 p.in, lljoo p.m.
Couth, Way 12.14 p.m. 11;00 p.m.
" Through N. O., Mr'u
tdils and Culiuubiie.A.AiMi 2::k) p.m. 4uop.m,
Ohio liner '(xpt
MoniKj) oW p.m. C 00 p.m.
Iron M.'uiilmn It. 11. - IKWa.in. ILiop.m.
Jtl.s. liner route, Tinslay
and Friday p.m. 7'Mp.m.
Thrlvs, Utwv Island A fanin
Fe. 111-., Th.lrsdny .1 frl-
,j . j f.;(lp.lii. 7:00am,
MaMlrld, It'andnlio aad
Uvobve, Hi". - li:wa.m. i-.uup.m
General Del.very 7i3Un.ni.
(Sunilaja 6 in'.ia.tn.)
Muncy Ordr dppaatincnt b.OU n.nt. O.Oo
Hegltor ' " ' MMn.m. HOp.m
Money Onlcr and ltvil.ior departments not
o ion on Sundays.,.
. .SECRET OKDEHS.
Oairj'Oommamtkv. No 1.1. dialed Assimlilj
ill the AylumM.unnti Hall, first nnd tlnrdtHa,
UrdHT tneach month.
Cairo Uoi'acii. No. 21. egular Conrocationat
Masonic llall.the second Friday In each month
Omro Cmitik," No. 71 Secular Convocation
at .Masonic Hall, on me m,rn iiinuiroi fTerj
'"cllio Ixior, No. 237 F. A. M Itegillar Com.
raiinleation. at Masonic Hall, Ilia second and
n, it. I .r.i..ir. No.Itt F. a . M. ltreular Com
munication at Masonia llnil ttrst and tbltd
Thursday In each month.
Ai riiMrn Loinr. 221. Meets In Odd Fellow's
in Artr's lluillinir, eiery Thursday even.
Inc. at so clou.
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTIUE-
Tn M. M. t!u1inei Ynii are hereVv notifl
ed that at a sal of real estate made by tho sheriff
of Alexander countv, lit the itoor ot tno conn
house, in the town ot uairo, .vrianurr touij i
Illinois, on the 27th day of June, A. I. lM'.c.
win.ton nurcnascu wie ioiiowilk uunih'
estate, situate in said county, tor the taxes. In
terest nnd costs due thereon for the "; '
H70, to-wit t Fractional w est 'i I7.
1 W., neised in the name nf M. M. Haw mas,
and that said C. Winston his assigned all his
riKhta under said piiicha to the undcrsltned,
and that the time allowed bylaw for the reilem
tlonot said real estate will expire on the 27th
dav of Juno 16T2. WM. 1. 1IAI.LIDAY.
Cairo, June 3rd. 1672.
WOOD I WOOD I ! WOOD I ! !
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AIsD DRY WOOD
A ('licit.. If not Cheaper
Than any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave order
on the Mates at the l'ostothce and at Host' coal
xar.l. nti IVimn,nriifll nrnlii,. I,tirppn Tpnfh nnd
Twelfth streets. Cairo, Illiuoi.. I trite good
I lien-ii re and will cord the wood up If desired.
auglO-tf IJENMS IIALF.Y.
l'likllHlitHl crjr innriiliiK, Mumlny ex-
Iiurnsido continues to bo tiopeful, but
we don't. .
Tlio Hibernians held it business mcct-
irifz last niL'hl.
The Arabs filled the Fourteenth street
cistern last night.
.TudLju Marcliililon, of tho county
court, is in the city.
The Into Abncr 0. Clyde was buried
on Sunday by the Odd-Fellows with ap
Tho funerals of Mrs. Shannessy and
A. C. Clyde, on Sundny, were largely at
tended bv tho friends of the deceased.
Mr. Mathtis, of .Malhus A Uhl, pro
poses a business visit to S.ivannah, Geor
gia. Ho will leave to-night or to-inorrow
The son of Mr. Wm. Morris, of the
firm of Saflord, Morris iV Cmdee, was bit
ten yesterday by a vlciutu do. Ho whs
not seriously injured.
A fight anions tho brick layers en.
gaged on tho new buildings on tho levco
yesterday evening, attracted considerable
attention and created ttreat excite
"We surrender tho inside pages of
The Jli i.i.EiiN this morning to tho Chi
cago speech of Senator Solium nnd tho
very interesting letter of our friend "J.
U. E. TV
Work on Herman Meyers' now Build
ing is progressing rapidly. Mr. Meyers,
when ho undertakes an enterprise, "push
es thing?,1'' and dohiy for neither tun
Tho oldest hoy of thu late Scott
White full from a ilrny, yesterday, and
broke his right wrM. Or. Dunning wa6
called in, and soon inado tho siill'urur as
comfortable ita circumstances would per
Tho board of health met lust night to
take into consideration w.ivs and means to
Tibato certain nuisances that exist in dill'er-
cnt parts of the city. Thu appointment of
a health olllcer was tUL-ucted. Wo did
not learn tho result of thu conference. I
Tho picnic of tho German Lutheran
school, on the '-'8th inst., promises to bo u
grand alfiiir. Thu Indies and irentlemen
of tho church aro ulreudy making arrange
ments for the event, and will spuro noith-
or ilmi) nor expense to make it the most
enjoyable picnic of tho season.
rV A fibular convocation of Cairo H.
7A A- U'M'tor, No. 71, will bo hold at
Musonic Hull tliis (Tuesday) evsning,
August 15, lb7l. Visiting companions
aro fraternally invited. By order of M.
Kx. II. V. 11. KousMUYKii, Sec'y.
An amorous grocery Horo clerk, do
ing business In thu upper part of tho city,
has been in tho habit of "throwing kisses '.
to a married lady who.o husband is absent
from home. Bhu endured tho alllictlon fr
sometime, until patience ceased to be a
virtuo, and yesterday had her i.ersecutor
arrested and lined 5-10 and costs.
Rev. Mr. Thompson, in hi sermon, at
"Winter's Mock, on Sunday night, do
nouncod tho polico for permitting tho m.
Umjus oflhocitv to drive their trulhV llll tilts
KubWih. l'.ven , mil vvo tnr ,,,
mP10 1,10 ruvr"d Bentlemun
,?i U? (c,u Rnd "rlI that, in
.h.B v nuvpros. tho Halo of liquor
On HUfidav ti..v .. .. .. I"
V mKU, cl,,lmW)Ji
1tr..,t I -ir.. .1 . . '
, , "HUU""lwlht.i,nUatoUio
profanity of .lulm llav i.
thn OVlrnim. Iw.t.4 ,.f Mn.l
i, v.,' . Z: r.VZI" ",uv ,lrto, but
.. uullJ, nll yMl!rJ
almost compollod us to assert that Tophui
had broke loose. Tho thermometer u,oj
about u hundred In thu coolost t-hado, and
In the un roio up. .to the lop of IW) tubt)
On Sunday night not n breath of Air was.
ftirrinc, and noltllor fnan, wonjan nor
child could locp.
rltrnrnt this cltv Is HOW -15
feet 0 Inches below high water mark o
13(57. Tho tlocpeit waler, nt a point oppo
slto tho stone depot, is S3 foot. The uls
tanco across tho rivor, ftom water edgo to
water edge, Is 2,510 feet, nearly half a mile
Krom the top of tho lovce to tho bank on
tho Kentucky side, tho distance Is 3,300
Tho Arabs are making preparations for
their nnnivorsary ball, at School's hall, on
Scptcmbor 1. Tho bjest of music will be
procured, nnd tho garden will bo put into
tho most perfect order to kccommouato tno
large company' which will undoubtedly bo
In attendance Tho Arabs havo dono good
icrvico In tho past, and should rcccivo
Abnor C. Clydo, who was burled by
tho Odd-Follow on Sunday last, Is tho
first membor of that ordor who has dioil In
this city within tho last twolvo years, nnd
ho lost his lifo bv a steamboat disaster.
Tho ordor mtmbors nearly n hundred mem
bers. This fact may bo referred to as tho
most conclusive ovidenco of Iho healtlilul
ncs of Cairo.
Ono of the .largest congregations that
over beforo nssomblod In Cairo greeted tho
Jtov. Mr. Friond on Sunday night Tho
church was filled to overflowing, nnd many
woro compelled to go awav without hear
ing tho eloquent gentloman's sermon, Mr.
Hav was present, but did not manifest any
disposition to renew tho conflict with Mr.
Friend, who has earned tho titlo of tho
Jackson of tho Cairo pulpit.
Tho polico investigating committee
will meet again to-night, ht tho council
chamber, to hear complaints nnd sugges
tions relatlvo to the polico force of tho city
Few persons will care to faco tho mom-
bers of tho forco, who will doubtloss be
present nt thu meeting, but nil persona
who know nny cause of complaint should
take tho responsibility of maklnc it
The sidownlk on tho cast sido of Com
mercial avenue, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, is in a dangerous con
dition. Near tho comer of Twelfth the
stringes havo broken down, leaving a hole
that endangers the limbs of all passors by
If tho city authorities will cast their caglo
eyes in thodircction indicated thoy will as
certain that tho sidewalk workmen should
bo ordered to repair the sidowalk immedi
Yesterday a colored gentleman called
at The Hui.letin office, bearing two
branches of n peach tree full of the largest
peachos wo ever Eaw. Tho branches were
small, but their contents furnished the
whole family with peaches the entire day.
The colored gentleman refused to tell us
tho namo of our thoughtful friend, but he
was a fine-looking specimen of tho genus
African, just such a darkey as our friend
John Fatten would employ as a messen
ger. Tho grand barbecue for tho benefit of
tho ltev. Jacob Rradlcy's church will be
the sensation to-day. In hand bills, dis
tributed throughout tho city yesterday
evening, Mr. Ilradley says: -'Our
white citizens aro cordially invited,
and l'.ev. Mr. Shores also, if he
will behave himself." For severity
this sentence cannot bo excelled.
Tho barbecuo will bo prepared at tho south
end of Commercial avenue, near tho St.
Charles Hotel, at 2 o'clock p. rn.
Great credit is duo to A. J Hoss, N.
G., and C. E. Hums, V. G., of tho Odd
Fellows lodge, of Columbus, Kentucky,
for the untiring and unselfish efforts to re
cover the body of tho lato Abncr C.Clyde.
-Mr. Hum.", when bo loarnod thai tho body
had como to the surface at tho wreck of
tho Odd-Fellow which bad grounded
about seven miles above Columbus, hired
a skill' nnd rowed up the river thu entire
distance, and convoyed tho body to Colum
bus, where Mr. Carey found it in charge
of Hess and Hums, who delivered it to
Mr. Carey, with tho gold watch of tho de
ceased and $:U in monoy that had been
found on tho corpse Thoy refused 'to re
ceive the reward nnd gave to Mr. Caroy
all tho assistance in their power. These
men are, indeed, true members of the or-
dur to which thoy bolong, and hnvo prof
ited by the lessons which it teaches.
Money refunded if Oillet's goods don't
Conni'iiial Felicity. Nothing londs
moru to connubial happiness than cheerful
nnd healthy infants and children. Mrs.
Whilcomb's syrup is tho great childrons
soothing remedy. uuglSdawl w
Tky Gillol's double-strength extracts.
Foil biliousness, costlveness nnd impuri
ty of the blood, tiso Dr. Rattlngcr's vege
biblo liver pills. Those pills contain nolth
r.alomcl nor nny other mercurial prepar
ation, act quickly and produce no griping.
l or sale by Dr. V. J. Gowley, Cairo, 111.
Ask your grocer for Oillet's anow white
Picnic A picnic for thu bonoflt of the
German. Lutheran school will tako placo
at Flora Garden on Monday, lipth inst.
Speeches and a concert will bo among the
attractions. Icq cream, loinonado and
abundance. The tickets will be bo!
twenty-live, cents each. Tills school de
serves uncouragemeut, and wo have no
doubt tho plcnlo will bo largely attended.
lip.AUTiFUL biscuits follow Glllet i) bak
ing powder. , gl8 ,
i'i . "" i
Heliaiilk ani) Safe. Dr. Henry
Knot and Plant Fills aro mild and please
nut in their operation, yot thorough, pro.
ducing no nausea or griping. ISeing on
tlrely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diot or business, They
arotuu tho llvor and sccretivo organs into
healthy action, throwing oil disease with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system
1 ry them and you will bb sati.llnd
Prlcut!5 cents u box. Sold by druggists
uiui ueaiora tn medicine evorywhoro
rrnpareu oy tno uralton Medicine Co., St
A COnnKarONDMP DON'T WANT TIIK ROAD
TO IlEOEIVK UNDEBEIIVKD CREDIT COM
PETITION AND &OT llKOAni) FOtt TH
LAW, COMPELLED THE REDUCTION IN
FAKES1 ' l ,
CAino, August 12, 1871
i'lUND Oukrlyi Tho nollco vou cave
in tins, morning's Bulletin, comnlimcnt
Uig the I. 0. R. It. for tlioir promptness In
complying with tho lato law regulating
passenger tariff, will, no doubt, lo very
tatisiactory to tno manager of tho road
I prcsumo you golyoutv Information from
somo of the worthies iri tho intorcsi of tho
road. Whilo I am willing tho I. 0. It. It
should havo credit for any liberality thoy
may mow towarda favoring tho public,
or in living up to tbo laws of IheStatoor
county, i am at tno tamo time unwilling
that they should rcceivoltndcscrvcd'.credlt
for doing what thoy wore compelled to do
by force of circumstances. If you will
couiparo tho new tariff with tho old ono,
you will find the rate has not bcoti changed
except whoro competition compelled., tho
change Tho Chicago, Alton nnd St
Louis rond is carrying passengers, via St
Louis to Cairo, (paying L C. U. 11. local
rates to nnd from, Duquoin) at less rates
than tho 1. C. R. R. was charging. Hcnco
thocbnngo.ln tariff to Olilcngb. Tho St.
Louis and Hock Island road, lately finished,
gives n connecting lino to all points on tho
Mississippi river nnd west. Honco tbo de
duction in tariff nt all way roads on tho
inooftba 1. C. R. R. Local stations)
where no competing line comes In compe
tition, pay from four to five cents permilo
and rcccivo no bonoflt from the lale new
N ow, In regard to the lato law, I will
just say that it cut no figtiro nt all In tho
making up of tbo now tariff. Tho I. C.
It. IV, under that law, would bo entitled
to charge two and half or three cents per
mllfc, whilo tho now tariff actually nror
agea over four cents per mile. -
Give to.Ctesar tho tilings that nre Cx Jar's.
But don't give credit to thoso liberal
csuses,(tho 1. C. R. R. (Jo.) for doing what
thoy were compollcd to do in order to pro
tect Uheif own'IntrjTtsts.
I am, very respectfully, yours,
. -- -Jobbi-huh
Gillet's waahtngiiCrystal makes wash
ing easy. ag 13
KOUTHEItN HOTEL MONDAY. AUOUST 14.
Geo. W. Helm, Memphis.
William Caaocr, Chicago.
James Cheney, Cairo.
M. Hayes, Cairo.. -W.
E. Gohlson, Cairo.
Henry Aldom, Keokuk, Iowu. -James
Wilson, Christian county, Ky.
John C. Kamey, Fredcricktown, Mo.
J. K. Lano, Hickman, Ky.
Sidnoy Mowle, Hickman, Ky.
S. W. Simpson, St. Louis."
hT. CHARLES MONDAY, ACOVCT J I.
J. A. Fulbeaton, Monticello, Ark;
N. W. Carter, Nashville, Tcnn.
Geo. T. Dcarbon, Lynn, Mass.
J. It. Hay, St. Louis, Mo.
F. Will, Baltimore, Md. v- "'
G. A. Coleby, Hoseclair, Md.
II. Loway, St. Louis, Mo.
Jno. Krann, .Cincinnati, Ohio,
Jno. liuckner, Mississippi.
H. S. Wheeler, Metropolis..
E. M. Dudloy, New-Tork,
T. Y. Kcphasti Philadclphin. , r
Jas. Hummel, Chicago, HI.
J. A. Ilralaski, Mjuouri, -
AV. H. Sandusky, Steamer Cache.
J. H. Jones nnd wife, Cairo.
J. Alexander, lioston.
R. R. Wakefield, JJallardicount, Ky;
J. J. Sloan, Springfield.
S. A. Forbes, Mt. Vernon, III.
Powhatan Ellis, Jr., 'Ballard county, Ky
J.R.Golladay'h fiftieth monthly drawl
ing will tako placo at Harrodsbufg, Ky.,
August28, 1871. Amongthollil'oTprlrcs
tiro $1,000 00 in greenbneka; I iplendid
building lot in Howling Green, $750.00;
seven und one-fourth octavo Gablerpiano,
$G00.00j horso and. buggy, $600.00,' palld
Ing lot in Howling Green, $300.00; Ralco,
a thoroughbred Durham bull, bred by tho
Shakers, South Union, Logan couuty, Ky.,
S330.00; gold watch nnd chaiii $260.00;
lady's watch nnd chain, f 200,00) iRamonil j
ring. iuu.uu; uiamonu waiciv ?itou.oijj
s iuv.vu in uiu , ittev, uiuur jjr&e,
consisting of diamonds, goJJk Vrt40iirvcr,
greenbacks, sewing machines, fursiituro,
carpets, gold and silver watcho,dry
goods, lino paintings, standard books,'otc.'
Statement of drawing und prizes forward
ed promptly. For salo ut II. '0. Loflin's.
Orders by mail should be addr'essed to J.
U Oolladay, Howling Green, Ky.
Notice. Dooming a knowlcdco of
chemistry necessary to tho student of nil
scjeiicos and professions, as woll ns to the
mechanjc, I propose to open n olnssof
chemistry of forty lessons, edmnicncing
on 'tho first Mondny in September noxt.
For particulars Inqulro at my ofllco, M2
Commercial iiycimo, CaW. I . (f i.lj
R'l " v ' A. "Wadoymak,
Notice. Tho Polico Inveslitatlon com
mittee met, on Friday nluht. Present, S
S, Taylor, R. II. Cunningham, Carrol.
Woodward and Uuder. Absont, fa'chuh.
The mecliug Avas cnlllcd'to ordomnofB" S".
Tits lor olectea cuairiiiaii andW. UudoV,soc
retary,. Alterdebating and jrtvestlgaing
dlffori)nrstatemenls and papers, lio com
mittou udjourncd for further" action until
Tuesday, August, 15th, ntrwhlclr tlmb'
Judge' UrA-s Will have" ft c6py of his docket
mado lout. Tho committee rcmicsts all
Torronli knowing 'anything about tlio Sum
ner cajo, or other fault In tho polico mat
ters to como forward with their statomepts'
either vorbally or by writing '
f Vm' ltujlEi Secretary. -
J. J. Thomas has fitted up the rooms
latoly occuplod by W. G. Worthlngtoni
on Commercial nvonuo, whoro ho is doing
ai go4d busjness. Go and see hlra and
glyp, hjm a trial. Ho is propared to do all
klnil. hf n.lr In tl.n nlir,l.... i. .. f, I '"SfL . L "'0 "jwnmoth poster, and at prices
Kinas or MorlC In tUO puotognph. lino, and I wnlchleMo wlih ourbiumcsa men nouood ex
doos it well IswMrorlapndlniJ their woik loHt. I.oiU; Clnclu.
w. .v bii. i fi iii1 ,IluUlorilcaKo, JNO. H. OUUILY CO.
Litouig t coiobrateu oxlraet of moat at
Jorgcns,on s. Jy2Clf.
Oenulno walnut nnd inushroom'kolch
tips, at .Torgonjon's, Jy20tf
Ounvn Jelly and Uosnla prunes nt Jor
Gonulno Spanish .olives nt Jorgen.
Anchiovls, in plcklo; oil or aalt, at
Kant India preserves nt Jorgonscn's.
Shrlvcr's oyalor kotchOp nt Jorgcn.
son's. ' ly20lf.
Imported London biscuits at Jorgen
Imporlod ghorklria" chow-chow, plcca-
lillo and onions, at Jorgcnson's.
FIvo rooms nnd a kitchen to rent to a
good tonant. Terms reasonable Tho
rooms nro located on Commercial nvonuo.
scuth 'of Eighth street. Enquiro of 0. Win
ston. . i
Wm. lihlor. at his shop on 20th atrAi.f.
is still manufacturing every varioty of
boots and shoos from gonulno Fronch calf
(.lie uses no olhor kind) which ho sella
roidy inndo or mndo to order nt prtco
that defy competition. Jy2Ctf.
"William Alba's barber si op Is crow
ing In public favor ovory day. It Is neat
ly fitted up, nnd can boast of tho mnat
skillful workmon In tho cltv. Tho nm.
prlotor lias had many years' oxporlcnco tn
his business nnd is recognized as one of the
most export shavora in Southern Illinois,
whilo young Alba Is a mastor In his pro
fession. Citizens and strangors who wish
a painloss shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut in tho latest' stylo should
pntronizo Alia. His shop Is on Commer
cial nyonuo next door to lUnnorr'a news
RoAitDiNC houses use Gillet's
Tbuth. Tho power of Mn. Whit-
comb's Byrup for children are as positive
.as.the sunlight from lieavcn, and gontlo
nnd soothing as nil angol's whlspor. aug8.
Dr. Rattingcrs Diarrhooa and Dysente
ry Powders will euro all kinds of Diarrhoea
and Dysonlery afflicting adults, quickly,
pleasnntly and safely. For sale by all
first class druggists nnd dealers, augS-
Ton Firs-Class Coopers.
Parsons, Davis & Co.'s Quocnsware House,
0 3c 7 Tenth street,
For Sale. At a bargain, a Davis' sow
ing machino. Has never been used ; is
ontirely now ; also, a new $80 Wilcox fc
Gibbs,' single thread, loopsdtcli, sowing
CANS1 CANS II CANS! 1 1
Five hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS at the new-york storf, nt $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholesale and retail
stock in tho cltv.
Greeley & Patier.
Well regulated families tno Gillet's.
New FnoTOORArii Gallery. Wo no
tice that Mr. J. J. Thomas has fitted up
the rooms lately occupied by "W. G. Worth
ington in very good style, and, as an artist,
is doing excellent work that should entitle
him to a fair share of patronage
Notice. From August 1st until further
nrttlcc'tho fare per transit steamer Illinois
plying bctwoen Cairo and Columbus will
bens follows: Ono way, SI.G0: round trio.
1.00. , "W. A. Lowm,
Wz would call tho attontlon of our
country frionds who want to got good
pictures to coll on J. J. Thomas, who has
very pleasant gallery on Commercial
avenuo for their accommodation, and is
really tho best artist wohayo had in Cairo
or a long time. tf
When tho constitution has been under
mined, and lifo rendered miserable, by tho
errors ol youth, and thoso distressing dis
c'asos .which effect tho bladder, kidneys
und gonitnl organs, Uelmdold'a Buciiois
tbo only reliable curatiye ngent that can
bb administered. In removing organic,
weakness, strangury, gravel, dropsy, and
fornnln irregularities, it is almost eminently
Tho most popular shoo shop in town
is on 20th stroct opposlto tho court houso
hotel, whoro Wm. Ehlors manufactures
boots nnd shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of tho best French calf, -kip or
morocco, and which ho guanralocs to givo
en tiro, satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it is yoursolf. Jy20tf
Raffle. A fine kit of ship carpenter's
tools nnd also n splendid kit of joinor's
tools comploto, will bo rafllod off on Satur
day! evening, loth inst., nt tho cornor of
Sovpntconth-st. and Commercial avenuo.
Tho. chances will bo GO cents each. A lino
string band will bo In aUondnnco, and a
good time may bo anticipated.- Tho radio
is for the bonofltof Mrs. Marlon, widow of
tbo Into Thos. Marlon. did
I. i r-
PmiXiP Rau'oh is master of his trado,
nnd warrants nil of his work to bo of tho
very peat material nnd manufacture ; guar
antees it complete lit and ojitlro satisfac
tliJn, Isnot confined to any'particular stylo,
buynakes ovory variety of boots nnd shoes
from (tho heaviest cqwhida to tho finest
Frondh calf and morocco. Ho nlso kcops
n largo stock on hand, o7iis oto viatwfac
lure, nnd nny ono desirous of purchasing
cood cubtom work cheap should call on
liibixii his shop on Eighth st., south side,
noor cornor of Ohio lovco, Cairo, dtf
Kindlino. 500 "class boxes " for salo
ut 6 cents each, W. W-Thounton.-
, Jo""- i '
Tho ubdersiened. uronnetnra of tlio Daili nnd
ViHLVllvf.i.e7iN, havo. lust received ai) Assort
ment oi'tlm lato.t slvlts of Job 1'rinliiiK tvpes,
and hav. now ono of tlio most complete jobottlcea.
In the Houtli un,l West.
They Halter thomatdvoa
that tliy ioasoyt facilities' for tiunine out
nmMnl V. In .1... 1., .....I- .1 ,1.. ... iV
entrustwi to llitun, from iho umalleat oard or
Slcamor Arkansas Hollo, Evnnsvlllo.
City of Cairo, Vicksbttrg.
Columb a, St. Louis. b
Silver Row. Ht. Jn.1,.
" Illinois, Colunbus.
Slenmcr Mnlllo Kagon.Evansvillo,
Grand Tower, Memphis.
Low -Wntor, Paducali..
2y 9uIyi Louis,
. ?ll.y &Wbu.,K' v,kburg
v',5 ?,1'W' .',Tr-. Paducah. h
" Illinois, Columbus.
.Sloamor Arkanias Hello. Evansvllle.
Arkanias Hello, Evansvll
Murblo City, Vlcksbtirg.
City or Cairo, St. Louis,
Cofumbla, Fort Smith.
,..i.i j,uw, neu Jtivcr,
Slcamor Jtoilib Rngon, Kvansville.
j.ow v,tor, 1'nducnli.
iW,ly.ot. RulP' N"W Orloana.
Yiiy.oi vicKsburir, St. Louis.
Jos Mak. Jr, Paducali.
A. Raker. Cane Glrnrdonn.
HOAT8 LEAVING TO-DAY.
Stoamcr City of Chester, Momphis.
'' Hclle Memphis, St. Louis.
" John Lnmsdcn, Evansvillo.
" .Ins.Fisk. JK, Kducnh.
" Illinois,- Colufnbus.
" John T. Moore, New Orleans.
" Argonsul. Tennessee rivor.
The Jas. Flsk had a lomI trtn. wlitM.
consisted of bo caddies tobacco for tho I.
G. It, .; for tho city, 1 hhd tobacco, 1
crat6 cabbage; for Memphis, 25 sacks oats.
G2 rolls leather, 200 bbls cement. 7 bbls
whisky, and for New Orleans, 20 hhds to
bacco and 20 boxes nxe handles
ThoJohn T. Moore, tho Iron steamer.
will cqmplcto her carco to-dav and will
Icavo for iow Orleans and all war points
iter cabin Is lighted with gas made on
Tho Whito river steamers have roduccd
tho faro from Memphis to Jacksonport to
$lu to $3. itallroad computlon has caused
tho reduction. To Aucusta tho fare will
bo?C, and to Durall's Rluff $1
Wo are undor obligations to Mr. Bruco
Hunter, tho gentlemanly clerk of tho Jas
iisk, Jr for dally favors. May ho llvo
long and prosper.
Captain Frank Shields hat decided to
apply Shield's patent steam generator to
tho boilers of his steamer Alaska.
A Pittsburg telegram of tho 11th says;
.Tho new tow boat Robert Simple, belli
and owned by James Recs, will mako a
trial trip to-morrow, buo has Mr, Ilecs s
f latent propeller water wheel, 11 feet -1
aches in dtamoter, and 1C feet pitch; that
is 10 feet of tbo 18 inch paddles in the
water adl tho time, tbo whocl submerged T
to 8 inches all tho time The wheel is
made of three and a half falln iron nnd Is
water tight; and what is claimed for it is
the extra weight and buoyancy that carries
it. It is probable that there will be a
largo number of stcamboatmcn present to
see it tested.
Captain Sandusky and his gay littlo tug
Cache nro doing a good business as a packet
between here and Mound City. She makes
4 trips daily.
iSinco last rpor iim ii.er bus risen
about throo inches. Tbo, Ohio is falling
very rapidly nt Pittsburg. Tho .Mississip
pi is falling slowly, with fire feet eight
inches to St, Louis.
Rusincss on tho landing yesterday was
fair, and the weather very hot. The thcr
mometer At noon stood at 07.
All tho .Evansvillo packets brought out
The Florence Leo mado ono trip as an
independent packet between hero and
ETansville, but finding sho could not
mako it pay sho has laid up.
Tho 'Henry Ames camo out with a bargo
in tow, which sho. unloaded and left hers-.
Sho had ali she couliLcarry on tho water
below here when she left.
Tho- Marblo City arrived on tim, and
added but littlo hero.
Tho City of Cairo was 20 hours behind
timo, caused by fog. Sho had a light up
stream trip. Sho reported tho Howard
still aground in Choctaw Rend, and sho
will have lo tako oil tho greater portion of
her freight boforo sho will get off.
Tho Columbia for Fort .Smith had a
good trip! ' , . -1
Tho Silvor How hnd nil sho could float
with for Ked ltivcr,
Tho Low Wnlor is n dfminuatlvo look
ing craft. She had a small trip from Pa
ducah, to which port sho rolurncd.
Tho City of Quincy took about 11 ire
thousand packages of tho frcigbt.left hero
by the John Kyle. Sho had a splendid
trip for thoUeptlf of tho river.
Tho City of Vlcksburg arrived ahead
of timo ond took every thing lu sight for
Tho Falls Pilot has nrrlved horo nt last,
after being outfrom Louisvillo two weeks,
Sho was nground on noarly overy bar In
the rivor. Shn had her barges loaded with
cement for St. Louis.
"L RIVER BY 'TELEGRAPH.
Ljttlk.Rock, August U. Clear nnd
warm. Klvor roso 4 ln.chos, nnd. falling
abovo. Arrived: Fort Smith from nbovo.
Dopartod; Sioux City, below.
'Sr. Louis, August 1L Arrived: City
of. Colro,.from Vicksburg; Mollio MoPifco
and Lake ,Supor.ibr( from Kookuk; Nile,
from) Cambridge Departed: City of
Ohostor, Memphis; Rob Roy and Mollio
McPiko, Keokuk; S. 8. Morrlll,;St, Paul;
0. II. Church, Now Orleans,- St. Luke,
Jofforson City. lUvcr falling slowly.
WoUior clear, "red, hot." Thermometer
pO.dcg. at 3 p. m. Freights lo Now Or-(
leans , advanced: Flour 76c, pork $1 20,
Hound frolghts 40c, hay GOc, &c.
MjswrHisj, August ,U. Weather clonr;
mor'cury 01 rivor stationery, 7 feet 3
Inches! above nrid ? foot 0, Inches bolow.
bopnrtcd-Dcxtcr, Tow Orleans; Mar
'bio City, VicksburBi AVIcks, Shroveportj
Belle Memphis Bt.IiOUls; Pardanel!, Ar
kansas) river; Jas. ,JI9Wd still ngrnnnd at
Choctaw .nlJ' w!ll Carrie .Krountz
tying to lighten horoflV
LouisviLLB, " Aug.. 14, Klyor, risen 4
inches i LlO Inches over the sohuto, A riso
lata indhos reported a French Island.
Weather clear and yery.uot; tnorniom
.AirlW-laburg, Rod rivor; Ella
Hughes Is ndvorliaed to Icavo for
Orleans to-morrow. A niw bont lias
contracted for horo for tho Now Orl,
and Hod river trado; size 180 by 30
0 o'clock this evening.
River falling, Tlio wealhor clear
Cincinnati, August 14IUver G ft
Inches; risen 3 Inches. Clear und very
j -ni.i imna ssnsiiiinsx, i
Hfie..lftl .il.Hli ..... . .1
night anddar. " "'
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CUltAN'J
.vuAuuA iiiiini ni r.nir i
a. i a - . ..i . -" ii si i i'i rw -rn ir
. .. at. -a ...ias. r--- I'vavusMl USD-IU
ucnrciiT ananiiii in twins. i.- ....
-. iiniuiitTB mm in n irrui rAM . . .
n.lll.ai lilislia.l CT nTr?
luirtiiM in o aismvt tl l.l.tA n. " i' . "
alwair. render satisfaction. ' '"'MtX
NX.'' V'PP'"". '"Iloua tokc....
- . , . ,a Wsii nu nil (A I
fj.uraUla, toolliaohe, faoeache...
W'S'.""1?''!"?, heiha, vert gZ
Dj.pepsla, l.illo., atomacli.. ..........
ft' .orPiilprloda.. .,
t-ruup. coun, uimcult brti,inV
Halt Rheum. Erraipl,, ET.i, 0!f
Itheumat Ism, rhaumailc paini" ..."'.
Pile., Mind or hledin....L..;....,
uimniain)r, ana sore or wsak eya.
Catarrh, acww or chronic, iBflornw
Vi hoopiBK cough, violent eiiirha....
Asthma, ouoreii.tl l.rxihin.
Har Di.ohariff., imMrixl heann."f.
Hea-Mickinir, alckaesa from rl.lin.....
iNervoua Dtbljur, serolnal aml.i.n.
Klva bosea, wlu cnell vial of wd.
very netsiary in serious cacV..4
Hoio mouth, canker. ....T
Urinary weakness, wetting Ud!7
Painful periods, with tpu,ai.-ZZl
Huflerlnics at chao. of life ZZj
f-PlljP;. ratns,Ht. Vitus' daoca.1
Kl. n.p.ln.u.. n . .
-"r"vi -t ktiicu .ore inroaL.
Of K to CO largo vials, nmrocco or roa.
woo.1 case, containnig specific lor
Ject U, and boolu of dlrMUona, frOm f 10 Co I
fimaller family and tiarellngcaiei, witn
20 o ss vial...... frorn 5
for curing and tor prevenutive treat- lf
rnent, in mi and pocket case j(0
Curea Bnms. Uralses, lAmtness, fiorenesa, So-
Rheumatism, Lumbago. Piles, Uolls, rjtioc
Horo Kyes. llleedlngof th Lungs, Nose, fltoii
ach, or of J'lleslCorni, Ulcers, Old SoraS. -Piles.
S oi.i W da.; Pints, jll); (iarts; tl'7
mtrl Si,,... rmjufl. .,.ni s...ii. v..
by the caae or alngie box, are sent lo any part I
thecouhtrr, by mall or eipr.ss, free of chairi
on receipt ol the price. Address
HOMlMPATniC MEDICINE CO.(
Otfico and Depot, No. fli Ilroadway, New-Tor,
rnn mu: nv i . vnit'ii rmin tn.
. ... ....... ... - . V ..... U , .1,, ,
- Minii l tc? Tr-Tr. t.. .f
.. , w v. i, ii,,! i,
Willi il Bloomy nt teiiilnnlo, low pl
lo.siii aruirii, faprriiiniorruoria, loan ,
postrr, tllnay lienil, lo of auemorj
rlllly. Unit n ucrrla;il cure In HuntJ
i.r.'j iiuuimyniiiiD iITTIItc r.
I M.lf.'.lr' 1,1 , .it.it.A.I n f th. n,... . I ..
t ... . .1 .... . . ... . ...... it a ,i . . . .
tem. arrest me n scnarsres. ana imuari i itr.n
HOW LOST ! HOW RESTORED
Just publlthtd,tn a sealed envelope. Price, CeUt
A 1..tiirA on ilia natural treatment, and radical
He of Spermatorrhea or Bemlnet weakness, lot
voluntary Emissions, oeiuai iemiuy, anu jmpe-i
demenla to Slarriago generally; NorvonaneiaJ
(iDnsumpllon, Epilepsy, and riui Mental and.
lil....r ln..ti.nilv rati1(lfi fmm ...If .htl.a
uroen hook, ew.
ii. unnv tn TiinimANPfl or anFrxBEiu. I
- - - - - - -
llowery,riow lorn, 4-osiqroco vox aw.
jeiala mW3 Tp?
Klli.UO P..iltl'"l "1 ,w. ........ . wv.a ...
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
mm. nnnds cnnwuTKn. Tiwifwnv
Cnrrs colic and griping
In Dim liowela. ana fa
j cllitatca the process of
and,OTrcomes all dls
eaaes Incident to In
fanta and children.
Curea diarrhea, dlaan-'l
tery anu summer com
plaint In children ot all
It Is tho Ornnt Infant's and Children's Soothing
Itoinedy In all diaordera brought on by Teething
or any oilier cause. Prepared by tho
(IHAirrON MEDICINE CO., Bt. Louis, Mo,
Sold by Drngglata and, Dealers In Medicine
llie copartnenbip heretofore r " JWiwep iU
coi seiil. K.M. Ixjw wIII coniinue the business, w lh
Smcc it 1'uia.ki, Illinois, and ht wU coflra all mon
tlue Slid linn, and pay all debts contracted by the late
m' ALBERT M. WOOD.
EDGAR M. LOW. i
.mirt Ii ia.. Aliinut 9. i8ii.
i . ..a n nnr the firm
namoof W. V. Ihc4. & Co. . hr.byJoIvA M .
Wood nas wiinurawn. aho uui VfT. T,,.
by H. F. Echols, who assumes all .the debts of tUUl
fire" and to whom aU tho debts duo th ssld fina mull
MRS. SARAH WOOD. '
Cairo. 1114.. AugustAtli, 1871
ADMINIST1UTOIVS SAIiB '
.. 1 . . . i .1... TloAi tll'ffttH
Notice II nereoy kivcu, .ua. j iv in
day p( August next, netwean ino mm ui - , , j"TT
nt the :iaio rc5iucm.c ws nwiusM
city pt Vairo. on . v.u ?:"''a'5,, SimuM?
- a,;. . . i 1 r ..... idiasun nixiii aiisu
1T10 personal property or, U; deceacw, w'w .
L sirlls LUUUIV Ul aSSAUItMlaWsatr. .-7 I-
iowters and helving show casei, lliora and -dp.
bandies and candy "m, also a leasehold cat Tn lot
pj"; 19, in block No. 3', In lha city of Cairo, tohr'
with tlM'brlck building on said lot and other artlacs,
w unsold at public sale, t
Terras of sale Purchases ofless than fivo dollars
be paid I In hand : for that amount and over, on a credit
rf six months, the purchaser giving note, with ap
groved cu.ity.Lous DLATTAU(
CalfO, July as, 1B7S. .
The Illinois Central Kail Iload Company ntw
oiler for sale tlio following described lots' In Fira
Addition to the City of Cairo, vis 1 ....
Lot 117' block 0. Lot 21 block ft!1.1
', ts 1 " no, " ay wtl
.1 a " 8S, a 28 ' Si
l 0 ' M, If 31 " 8j'
11 3 VI, 11 3J if g, ,
For torms. ett,, apply to JAMD3J0UNS0N,
.. vnyJJ.'':u''n' 'onammst ons.
n i. ,vo'm. wsrm fever, woim colw
? U7-C0l'OOM1'dngolnfan a .."
4, DlartlToea, of children and iinlil"
livcssun oi nve notes anu a large it viai, wines
la very Important In obstinate or old cases, or I ;
t.r MinirlA lix. Knit) hr all ilrnlffi.ta. and ..n
........... wm r
i.l'lV..". 41WI..VV,' ...... ...i.tviuu w.i tvm