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Tf Mr.TAifl.lt OF TIIK ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. n,
On nl after flunday. Ma- Itlii. 171. the follow-
hg Ilmo-taldo will govern the arrival and dcpart-
ur ri pasnnger trains Hi Cairo I
Vwrt-Mall train. Iatljr .. 11:41 p.tn
Ki press, daily.. 2.tSp.m.
A r mi t - '.laii, usuy a-M a.n
Klprtti.ilill, except Sunday 3:30 p.m.
Nchitgeofcart fromCairn to Bl. Louis. No
ebanxe .dears from Cairo to Chlcngo. Klctanl
Iirawirg Ron'n tletpmg citi on night trains,
Baggage checked to Ml important points.
Tim Attention or shipper Is epetlally
lied to Hi fort tint a Fruit Express train will
I va Cairo daily, Saturdays cxperted, and will
aka the run from this city to Chicago In tnrutx
twu hours. J.tS. JOHNSON, Agent.
QUICKEST BOUTE FBOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Loi'uvillk, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New Yoiik, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
I'.euger trains arrive at and lcavo Cairo as fol
Aitint . nan .m ., man p.m.
Diriur Ilt4.5a.in Utl.1 p.m.
Doth trains connect at Cent nils with train on the
Paua, Decatur, Bloomlngtcn, Kl Pao, Lit Salle,
Mcnuota, rreeport. usisna, iuiuiqiie, ami
nil points in Illinois, .Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin mnl
Iowa. Anil with
Lines running Km I and West for
Si. Louis, Hpingfielii, Louisville,
Cinciutial, linfanapollf, Coluinbui.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central. Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg, Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroad lor
IMrolt, , Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, llooton, I'hllailolphla,
Nlagr Falls, Kric, lllitlalo,
Ne York, Pittsburg, Baltimore,
AND ALL "POINTS EAST.
. For through ticket and Information, apply to
Illinois Central lUllroad IXpotu
W. T. JOHNSON,
. .....f;'.nrr1 Passenger Agent, Chicago,
J. JOHNSON. Agent. Cairo.
SI'KINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN 15. K.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1871, trains wll
run as follows i
Taaixt ooiko soCTiiiiar.
Amm at I 'aim llito m
. (1:17 "
Lavi I'uui 4:00,in .3:35 u.m.
' Taylorville 4:47 ' 4:20 "
Arrive at Spnng(ield...Cil " r,.ii
Iave dptiiiglirld n:'i'. i; io
Arrive at Vlrpiola ,J:25 " .....6:15 "
Leate Klgeocl...... 6:30 a.m. .........
" Horn ........sri'.
Arrive at !"liawneetown3:np m
TSAIKI OutKO I.0KTHH r.T.
Leave Hhawneetown M5a.ui .
" Flora. i-M " . "'
Arrlre at liigewood 4.&ti
The 5:30 am.
0 si.ni. train from Edgenood, runs only
, tWdnesitaysiiml Krnfajs, and r:la.m.
Tii i 1 i?-T ' ""- ' cRo nnd Alton, nnd
Toledo, ft abash and Western Railroad , tor
Wo.imington, Lhlcago, and all pointa north.north.
et mi. I west.
''"'"P' nJ. nud St, Utils, and Illinois
Sf. .V' lllfoad for all points eiwt, aouili and
CmrSJilX0Vi,,, Cl'iC,4!J ,ll,n"
At flora, with Ohio a ,.l M.ssisnlppi Itmlroad.
m l2!,0.'tU,n? atjumlwaia' for Cincm.
ntl, I'li.liic.ih.C.i'ronii.lSt. I.om.
tu vv s "UlfV-.'SMlTH, OonMHup't.
Joun rttoiHTT.Oeu'l I'r'ct and Tiukei Ag'l.
jiound'-"cTty ANTrcATiio. "
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William II. Sanwuskt.
FOUR TIIIPS KVKliy BAY
CIIiO .A-IfcTD 2X5. CITY
xjcayk uaibo, j.kavk Mh. City,
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At ...a i-.M.
At 5 p.m.
At 8.30 A.M.
At 1U0 a.m.
At '.'.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. "WHEN HAILED,
l!OX TACTORT, HA WK'r. LANUINO, KV.
MOUTH OF CACHK, MAKINK WAYH,
AMI SAW YAltl).
William J. Allen,
CTPsrtlcular atlenlloii paid In rlvrr mul ad.
iniralty husineas. "
OFKICK ROOJIH 7 AMI 8 WI.NTKIs'h 1II.OCK.
Willlwu II. fireeu,
in II. fireeu, ")
in 11 (iilbcrt, V
aw-flpeclal attcatinu ivu I" Ailmually and
OFFICE OHIO LKVKK, ROOMS 7 ANI 8 OVKIt
t-lTT. JyATIUNAI. HANK.
BOOTH AND NIIli:n.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKEIt,
Iktween WMlnnifton Avenue and I'odar Street,
Itool. and rn,oe, MaJiTio Order. .
Fin Weikmen Kmplojed.
CITY SHOE BTOJIK
HOOP SKIRT FACrniiY
0ll AUIXCV I UK
BOOTH AND SHOES
'auuirreiul Aveuue, 'oruir of KIkIiUi
tATTKNTION l'All) TO ALL 0C-
iOOPeKIUTb AND fcllOlH.
............ .j.M.ni.TO.iu.,11 mi iiiewiays, j num
Uars and Katunlaja. ' '
Oo.iiwls at AMilnnd with Jackont Hie division
of (.lucujiit and AH. in It Ilroad. for J icksonvllle.
I'eter.lmig. Maioii City, a nd all nolnts wist.
II TltVA.ttFll V. O.
, s.ion.m. 2.W p.m
a ii p.m. lli) p.m,
.U.ih p.m. lljon p.tn.
phis and Chimb"' "
Ohio lllter route, Wl
Iron .Mountain I!. " i;.IUa.iii.
Miss. K-trr routo, TucHay
an.! rn.lay "'
Thebes, llooe Island fannt
IV, III".. Thursday I'll'
.lar ! ':"' I'.m.
Oencrsl I'd very .WJa.ni.
iSiinda to l) a.m.;
.Money Onlr ilcpA ilincnt 8;0U a.m. 0.00
Higister " " B.oin.m. o.wp.m.
Money Onlor mul Ketlaler dcpivttmenl" not
open on Sundays. ,
Oaiho'.Oommamiiiiv, No. 13. Slated AsscmMj
nl Iho Asylum Ma.xinl) Hall, llrt and thndr.Sn..
tinlava iticacli month.
OaiiioCo'i'KciuNo.sI. ' egular Convocation at
Mn.onlc Hall. the recond Friday Ineaoh month.
CAtno Ciiai-tch, No. 71. rgular Convocation
at .Masonic Hull, on tin- liiiru luemmyoi every
" Caiko Loiwr, No. 137 I'. A A. 51 -Uegular Com.
mhnleations at MkKiiiila Hall, the. lecoud and
fourth Montlayiol each month.
lima Iinor, No.fcr V. s A. M.-Ucgular Com
mtliileatioin at JInonlo Hull ttrct mid third
Thurcdaj i In each month.
AtaxAM'Ln LoiKir, ?;!. Mei ti In Odd IVIIow'a
llHlMnArtcr'a lliilldlng, evcryThursday even.
Ing, at 8o'clojk.
S. lJlUGHAM, M. 1).
1 1 si r.o 1 AT II I ST.
Oilier. No. 130 Commercial nvenue. Ofllec
hours, it to 10 a.m., and 1 to 3 p m. Residence,
No. II, Ninth street, Cairo Illinois,
I'lililliliw! ci cry iiiornltii;, .tlonday ox
City tnxes nro coming in rapidly.
Dr. "Wadgyrmir will cxpliiin tlio virtues
of pen E.nisago in li Is chemical lectures.
Tlio custom-lioiuo sipiaro U almost
fllled up, nntl tho ctl'oct on tlio building is
J J A rainbow tlint uppoarcd over tlio
Ohio rivor yesterday evening gave prom-
Jso of ii ruin wo Iinvo not yotonjoyod.
Our baso ball boys Iinvo fiubjided, and
over Iho fuel wo do not propose to shed
moro than n quart of briny leari.
Mr. I'd ward Hcarc, as will appear by n
card elsewlicro published, don't liko to bo
fined for brooming n drunken women.
Tlio barbectio of tlio immortal llrnd-
loy was a grand cucccss. Jirndloy whip
ped n disorderly menilior and screnuded
The police committee met nt tho coun
cil chamber last night, and ndjourncd to
meet nt tho ollico of It. II. Cunningham
Frldav afternoon at - o'clock.
"Walter Hyslop, Esq., hns boon on a
visit to our friend .Jowutt, "Wilcox, away
off thcro in old Vermont, and enjoyed tho
hospitality of that clover gentleman and
his estimable lady.
Mr. Potter, of tlio Mound City Jour
nal, it gentleman who frequently visits
Cairo, is suffuritig from an attack of gum
med postage stamps. Ho is in a bad way;
hut will probably recover.
AVo call attention to tlio cnrdofDr,
K. II. llriirliani, which unnears in an
other column of Tin: llti.i.Kn.v. Dr.
Jlrlglmm is tho only Hiuuuqiuthij physi
cian in tho city, and, Judging from It is ex
tensive mul rapidly increasing practice, Is
ono of tlio most Bucce; Mul prnclicioiiurs in
Olllcer Itobertsoii, beforo noon yes
terday, had earned for tho city, in fines, 1
$lo, nil of which ho collected, or obtained
good and sullicioiil tecurity for. Mr.
Itobertsoii begins well, mid if ho holds out 1
will ninko one of our most protlciont po
licemen. Ho is vigilant mid never hust-
tutes to do his whnlu duty. "A new
brqyui," utis. "Wn shall uu whethur he'
continues t sweep as "clean' as ho now
If HunibiJo don't come to lime beforo
the II rut of Soptumliur wo shall ti.ko a great
deal of plonsuruht using Cnpt. AVoods to
chitracteri?'.o Ills iuelUeieiiey. Ho is ugood
looking man an coi'lleiit fellow for a
picture, and all that ort of thing, but for
nil useful purposes ho has so fur proved to
bo a dcciilid failure. He ought to now re
tire into tho business, being ornamental,
and devote ull his intellect mid tlmo to it.
A young man witli muscle, named
-Mr. Felix Hoy le, and his museluly chlini,
named dameh Cumin, Esq., woro up he.
foro Kro.s yesterday, on the charge of as
saulting Charles Mehiiur. The pugilistic
boys were lined S15 and costs each. Meh
nor, Lec.iuso ho did not enjoy tliu beating
ho got, had tho audacity to tell his assail
ants that thoy wero . Woll, because ho
used cuss words in expressing his opinion
of them, wns lined ?S anil costs.
Two young gentlemen, possessed of
forms as perfect as Apollo's, wore arrested
yesterday by Olllcer KnburUon for bath
ingin the river within thu city limits. They
claimed Unit tho veil of night wo use this
simile becuusoonu of the young men is dc
cidedly poetical enveloped their persons
and hid their nakedness from tho even of
man; but, unfortunntely, Judgo llross
could not upprcrfalo tho defense, and lined
tho bathers each $5 and costs. AVo hnvo
boen requested to denounce tho judgo for
his decision, nnd do not hesitate to comply
with tho, request by saying his decision
wus precisely right.
A malos nionibor of Hov. Mr. Jacob
llradloy's congregation, accompanied bv
two futnalo membors of tho sauii' (lock,
lode through tho city yestcrduy on lioiy
stiit ds, and uliraeted much attention. Tho
man wits crotM.ed wth BoJ(lun crowtli
d wore a robo Irlnood will, gold mid bo
jangled with silver ,Uw. Tllu My c,
h .r.gl,twus enrobed In Imrt) wllitu mm,
li", well washed nnd skillfully .lurched
m.d wore ,m her head a blu corona from'
which waved, like a llag of trute, u mu"
'juito bar veil len feet long. Tho lady on
the left was more modestly dressed, hut
locked liko a queen every blaek inchlr
THE GIRO DAILY
hor. On the (hrco aces rHic'A three grlhi
of tho most intenso satisfaction. Jacob's
wothcr with tho golden crown was happy,
nnd tho two cwos were In a condition tor
tiering upon ccslnoy. Why should not
hlnek sheep fool their Importnnro as well
as wlilto momhnrs of tho "human flock?''
MOUND CITY LOCALS.
Special to the Uullctln.
Several dead hogs along tho river
bank bolow Humblcton's ways. AVliat's
Crandnll, Dougherty and Morris aro
going to tnako ChoIio saw mill hum from
this tlmo forth. 'Thoy aro building a dam
across Cucho In order to commence work
at once. .
Oreoloy was onco asked why tho
break in tlio llonno Cnrro levoo wns not
stopped at once 'Datn It they can't,' was
tho old slnnor's reply. AVhlch joke might
bo locnllcr than It is.
Mr. F. Aldrieh left AVcdncsday on
trip to Joliet to visit with his friends nnd
relations. Mr. Aldrieh Is ono of tlio pio
neers of tho Democratic party in this
Statr, nnd exhibit his real clear judgmcnl
in declaring for Sonator Uoolitllo as tno
Democratic OAndldato for President.
Mr. Ooorgo Corliss, of Metropolis,
tnudo a raid on tho city last Tuesday, vis
itcd his many friends nnd customors, and
started north by rail, wearing n most
pleasant smile, on his banovolont countc;
nance. Tally ono moro for J. J 1. 1).
Ocorgo E. Lounsbury is on n flying
trip up tho Ohio. "Will return Saturday!
Tho ferry over Cacho is actlvoly em
ployed just at present witW tlio many teams
coming from tho adjoining counties Iadon
with fruit and produce. Tho work on tho
bridgo sooms to drag, and should bo hur
ried to completion, as this is tho very sea
son it is most needed.
Oii.lkt'h washing crystal makes wash
ing easy. ag 13
J.K.Goi.lahay's fiftieth monthly draw
ing will tako placo at Harrodsburg, Ky.,
August 28, 1871. Among tho list of prlzos;
aro $1,000 00 in greenbacks; splendid
building lot in Bowling Orcon, $760.00;
seven nnd one-fourtlt octavo Gablor piano,
SGU0.00; horse and buggy, 500.00; build
ing lot in Howlirjg Grocn, $350.00; llalco,
n thoroughbred Durham hull, bred by tho
Shakers, South Union, Logan county, Ky.,
$350.00; gold watch and chain, $250.00,
lady's watch mid chain, $200.00; diamond
ring. $160.00; diamond watch, $160.00;
$100.00 in gold ; also, -189 othor prizes,
consisting of diamonds, gold nnd silver,
greenbacks, sewing machines, furniture,
carpets, golil and silver watches, dry
goods, 11 nit paintings, standard books, otc.
Statement of drawing and prizes forward
ed promptly. For salo ut 11. C. Lnflin's.
Orders bv mail should be addressed to J.
K. Golladny, Howling Oreen, Ivy.
ni: your grocer for Uillel's snow whito
powder. . ngl32m
ViilLl.tP IUutilt is mastor of his trade
and warrants all of his work to bo of tho
rery best material and manufacture; guar,
nn tees u completo fit and entire sntisfac
lion, is not confined to any'particular style,
hut makes every variety of booU and shoes
from tho heaviest cowhide to tho finest
French calf mid morocco. Ho also keeps
n largo stock on hand, of his own manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth St., south side,
near corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. dlf
Kkliahlk and Safk. Dr. Honry
Jtoot and Plant Pills aro mild and plcaso
nut in their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nnuseu or.grplng Jloint' en
tirely vegetuble, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouse tlio liver and secretive organs into
healthy action, throwing off dlscaso with
out exhausting or debilitating tho systom
Try them and you will bo satisfied'
Prlcot!5 cents n, box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medicine, ovorywlioro
Preparod by tho Grafton Mcdiclno Co., St
Louis, Mo. myOdm
Tuv Glllol's double-strength extracts
Picnic A picnic for tho benefit of tho
Gorman Lutheran school will tako placo
at J'lora Garden on Mondny, 28th Inst.
.Speeches and a concert will be among tho
attractions. Ico cream, lemonado and
other refreshments will bo furnished In
abundance. Tho tickets will bo sold at
twenty-llvo cents each. This school do
sorves encouragement, and wo havo no
doubt the picnic will bo largely attended,
Haffi.k. A lino kit of ship carpenter's
tools and also a splendid kit of joinor's
tools complete, will bo rallied off on Satur-
diy evening, 10th Inst., at tho corner of
hoventecnth-st. and Commercial nvonuo.
I ho chances will bo 50 cents each. A lino
string band will bo in attendanco, and a
good time may bo onticipated. Tho ralllo
Is for tho henelltof Mrs. Marlon, widow of
tho Into Thos. Marlon. did
Money refunded if Gillot's goods don't
Tho most popular shoo shop in town
is on 20th street opposlto tho court houso
hotel, whoro AVm. Ehlors manufactures
boots nnd shoos for his customors, warrant
ed to bu of thu best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guanruloes to glvn
eutlro satisfaction. Call on him nnd you
will know how It is yourself. jy'.'Otf
For biliousness, costivoness and Impuri
ty of tho blood, use Dr. Hattinger's vego
lablo Jivor pills. Those pills contain nelth-
rulomol nor any othor morcurial prepar
ation, act quickly and produce no griping.
l or siilo by Dr. M. J. McGnuloy, Cairo,
Notice. Deeming n knowhslgo of
chemistry necessary to tho student of all
sciences mul professions, us well as to the
mechanic, I proposo to open a class of
chemistry of forty lessons, commencing
on tho first Monday in .September next.
for particulars inquiro nt toy unieo, 11,'.
Commercial uvenue, Cairo,
did A, AVaikivmar.
' AtfTEll MOSS.'
KI)WA,RI) HKARB OOF.8 FOR TIIK JUDQK
WITH A "gHARP STIOK HE CLAIMS 1IK
WAS. FIN ED FOR l'llorfJCTINd HIS PROr
RftTT ilAItLl WORDS,
Mr. Eeitor: If all courts Inlholand
nrejlko 'Squlro BroFs's, tho best thing
proporty ownors can do is to give up tholr
property to tho lawless robbers, mnlo nnd
female, that run- about tho land. This
morning tt low down, nigger-associating
whlet woman, drunk nnd disorderly, csmo
to my frontdoor, corner FourMi stroct anil
Ohio levee, und, after feeding hor man
from my bounty, without saying "Ily your
leave," got angry bocauso I told hor to
move on nnd throw several Jil'cces of coal
stono Into my windows, broking then!,
and narrowly missing tho hfiid of my lit
tlo daughter. Tho assnult continuing, I
got n broom nnd sallied out, and succeeded
in driving her off, using only as much
forco as tho circumstances of tho caso re
quired. On tho oath of that low down,
drunken, levcc-sleuping, negro-embracing
woman I was arrested, and.'Squiro Lroos,
In his anxiety to gather in costs, I must
believe, rather than out of a dcslro to vln.
dlcatotho ordinances, finod mo $5 and
costs. If this Is justice, I don't wont nny
moro of It; but It seems to mo, to bo of
part with tho uniform conductor our city
pollco authorities, who appear to go for all
tho little chango that Is in sight.
Cairo, August 15, 1871.
T. CHARLES TUK8DAV, AUUUST 15.
AV. II. Scales, Mississippi.
Chas. "Ward, Dotroit.
MJ. It. A. Uamktght and wife, U. S,
T. M. Eckloy, McLcansboro, Ills. ,
Mrs.Eckloy, McLcansboro, Ills.
Miss Eckley, McLcansboro, Ills.
Jas. Morris, Missouri.
Llcbig's celebrated extract of meat at
Jorgcmtn's. " 'jyJCtf.
(lenulno walnut and mushroom ketch
ups, ut Jorgcnscn's. . .- - jy2Ctf
Guava Jolly awLllosnia prunes at Jor- ,i
gonsen s. jy.uii.
Genulno Spanish olives ot Jorgen-
Anchiovis, in pickle, oil or salt, n
Eaat India preserve at Jorgenson's.
Sliriver's oyster ketchup at Jorgen
Imported London biscuits ut Jorgen
sen's. jyzcir. k
Imnorted uhcrklns. chow-chow, tiicca-
iillo and onions, at Jorgenson's.
Flvo rooms and a kitchen to rcnl lo ii
good tenant. Terms reasonable Tho
rooms aro located on Commercial nvenue,
outh of Eighth street. Enquire of C. AVin
tton. AVm. Khicrs, at his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing oyory variety of
boots and Shoes from genulno French citlf
(ho uses no other kind) which ho sclli
roady mado or mado to order at prico
that defy competition, jy2Gtf.
AVilliam Alba's harbor si op is grow
ing in public favor ovory day,. It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skillful workmen In tho city, Tho pro
prietor has hnd many years' oxperienco In
his business and is recognized as ono of tho
host export shavers in Southern Illinois,
iwhilo young Alba is n mastor In his pro
fession. Citizens nnd strangers who wish
u painloss shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronizo aicu. in
s shop is on Commer
tor to Hunnon'af nows'
clal nvonuo noxt door
ISoARDIN'c houses uso Qlllet's,
AVhkn tho constitution bus been under
mined, und Ufa rondored miserable, by tho
errors of youth, and thoso distressing-dis
eases which effect the bladder, kldnoys
ind genital organs, Hklmiiold's ilucnu is
tho only reliable Curative agent that can
bo administered. In removing organic,
weakness, strangury, gruvol, dropsy and
female, irregularities, it is almost ominently
Ton Firs-Class Coopers.
Parsons, Davis & Co.'s Quconswaro House,
0 & 1 Tenth street,;.-
Cairo, iiis. ; ',
i. j. thomas nas nucu ud tho room
lately occupied by AV. G. AVortblngtons
ui, uiiiuiiTvnM uvuuuu, wjicre xto is doing
.....!.. I ...1 ' i , i .
goou business. Uo nnd seo him and
glvo him a trial. Do is prepared to do all
kinds of work in tho photograph line, and
uoes it woll.
New Piiotooraph Gallery. AVo n-
tico that Mr. .1. J. Thomas has fitted un
,', ... . .
tno rooms lately ocetipiou tiy W. G.AVorth-
ngton in very good style, and. as an nrliai.
Is doing excellent work that should entitlo
him to u fair sharo of patronage
Wf. would call tho attention of -our
country lrionds who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very pioasuni gnllery on Commercial
avonuu for tholr accommodation, and 1.
really tho host artist wohayo had in Cairo
or a long time. tf
Notice. From August 1st until forth,.,
notice, tho faro por transit stcamor Illinois
plying between'Cairo and Columbus will
be us follows : Ono way, $,r,o; r0Und trip
&' fill . H' ' 1
. i. liOWTir.
l'oit Hai.i;. .At ii I, ...:.. .. i, ..
.. ... .. ...h.u( n J)UV8. S9W-
ng maehlno. Has never been iur.,1 . t.
entirely now ; also, a now $M) AVIIrnv a-
Gihbs, sinclo thread. )on..ti..i.
ii i. , sowing
.'lilno. Enquire at the
Co.NNUI.1AL FKUClTY.-VothW tn.,.!.
moro to connubial l.appiCSJ tlmn
AVhltcomb'b' syrup U tutj l. im
HOothingremcV " 'aJIS
urn uutm IV lnlnnta i.n.i -.1.11 1
AUGUST 10, 1871.
Stcamor Paulino Carroll, Now Orloans.
" Ada Hcilman, Louisville
' Atlniitlc, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
'J City of Chestor, St. Louis.
. ;,1,.l8ki Jr- Paducah.
A Unkor, Capo Girardeau.
" Shannon, Loulsvillo
Slonmcr Paulino Carroll, St. Louis.
" AdaHnllman 1.r.,ii.,.ltl '!
IlllnoU, Columbus. " '
City of Chester, Memphis.
Jas. Flsk, Jr.," Paducah.
John T. Mooro, N Orlcan.
Atlantic, Now Orloans.
llOAT8,TO XHAVB .TO-DAT.
Steamor O. Ii. Church, New Orleans.
" Vll'5f .Clroi Vlcksburg. ,
" Jas.Fisk, Jr, Paducah. '
Dick Johnson. KvanaTilln
Julia, St. Lou'.
A. Uakcr, Capo Girardeau,
Shannon, New Orleans,
Tho rivof is again fulling, and hns'foll
ono inch slnco last roport. Falling at Cin
cinnati, with flvo foot in tho channel;, at
Loulsvillo tho rivor has risen 4 Inches dur
ing tho post 24 hours, with 16 Inches over
liusincss on thollanding yesterday was
Tho woathor was excessively hot.
Tho Paulino Carroll had 3,007 bars Iron
for St. Louis. She reports but six feet in
Choctaw Bend. Tho Howard Is still
aground, and tho Carrio V. Kountr work
ing al her at tho rato of $600 per day.
Tho Ada Hcilman had a fair trip from
Tho City of Chester camo out on time,
and addod considerable freight here. Capt.
Corhitt is in command of her this trip.
Tho towboat Hero, which has, boon laid
up hero during tho past week, departed
for tho Ohio river yesterday.
ThoJas. Flsk, Jr., bad alight trip of
freight. Sho brought from Metropolis tho
tug built there for Horner, AVood & Co.,
of Now Orleans. Thoro wa'S hot enough
wator to allow it to come straight through
the Chain, so they had to careen It over
and pull it through sideways.
The A. Baker brought down 860 bbl.
flour and 00 bbl. lime.
Tho Dictator has some more barges
aground at Grecnleaf i.
Tho John T. Mooro left in the afternoon,
drawing a littlo over sevon feet, with over
1,100 tons on board. Bho will return to
this port for another load. Just as sho
was opposite tho depot a man by the namo
of John Scotty claims to have been push
ed overboard by the mate. Ho says ho
wont on board for a shirt, and the mate
told him to get) off, and to havo his order
obeyed, ho pushed blm overboard. He
was picked up by tho tug Montauk. He
stuck to his shirt liko a man.
Tho Arkansas Bollo has laid up at
Evansviile, and her placo will lie filled by
Capt. Leo' HowoH's new boat, tho Dick
Johnson. Sho will bo horo this evening
on hor first trip.
Tho Ohio Is getting so low abovo horo
that in somo places boats wait for a heavy
dow to enable them to get over.
Clem Nolle is making his farowell trip
on tho City of Chester. Ho has accepted
jtho position of discharging clerk of tho
j Vlcksburg olovator. Clem is a good ono
and he will fill tho position as it should
Tho Clarksville loft Louisville for Mem
phis on tho 12th. Ono item of her cargo
is 5,000 bbls. potatoes.
The Cairo city coal company are having
their shanty boat repaired and fixed up in
i Tho City of Alton was 8 days going
from St, Louis to Memphis.
J Andy C. Isaacs will bo cashier, and sec
retary of tho Vlcksburg elevator as soon
bs it is ready for active buslnoss.
The Shannon towed thrco barges out
from Louisville. Sbo was aground six
hour ut French Island.
1 BY TELKGHAPn.
St Louih, August;iC Arrived Alice,
Kansas Cltv: Orunrl Tntror Vomnt,!. i
Northwestern and Lucy Bortram, Keokuk;
City of Vicksburg, A'icksburg.
I Departed Illinois, Poeria; ArgonautJ
xenncssoo river; Jnlco Superior, St. Paul;
Luoy Bortram, Kookuk; Suslo Silver.
Now Orleans ; AV. J. Lowls, Kansas Cltvr
i -airo, Vlcksburg; Ida, Lexington.
AVcatbcr dry nnd intonsoly hot.
Pittsduro, August 15. No arrivals
Monongabolo. 20 inches and falling.
Thormomotor 87 at noon.
Memphis, August 15. Arrived Ce
lesta, Arkansas rivor.
JJopartod MolIIo Mooro, St. Louis:
uoiunima, White rivor; Henry Ames.
now urieans; Silver Bow, Bed rivor.
iuyor stationary, no chango to bo re
ported in tho channel abovo or bolow.
Cincinnati, August 15. Blvor risen 2
inchos. Thoro is 5 feet 2 inches' wator in
Thermomotor 8. ' i ' , ' i
A'icksiiuro, August 10. Down Capi
tol City, Andy Johnson, City of Alton
Up Glencoe, Mary Alico nnd barges.
Tho Tom Jaspor is roportod aground nt
Island No. 02.
Tho Howard is still lighting.
AVoather clear nnd warm,
Kvanbville, August 1 5. Up llapl-
dan, No. 2, Arkansas Dalle, Fayette,
Charmer and Dick Johnson.
Down Houston Combs, nnd Summbr
Tho rivor has fallen 1 inch. -. .
AVoather partly clear nnd warm.
Little Bock, August 16. Arrived
Fort Gibson, Memphis.
Doportod Fort Smith, Memphis.
Louisville, August 16. Blvor station,
ary ; 15 inchos ovor tho chute , c foot on
Portland bur. AVoather cloar and very
hot ; thormomotor PC0. Business not so
Dopartod Ella Hughes, Cairo; Mollio
Ebort commonccs recclvUt, for 'ow
Tho snag-boat Zebrn, to-day, pulled out
tbo snag ut Port Towhoad.
Tho Camolln stnrted out for Evansvlllo
at 7 o clock this ovcnlnc. Sho t-rminded
v 10au1 "d W' bt,t wns Pu,lc1 oir bv tllu
unnyierry.boat without damages
AVrli. regulated families uso Gillot
Beautiful biscuits follow Gillot's bak-
ng powuer. flK,3
C'lly Xnlloiial Ilnnk Uulldlna;.
nlKfirJudd'ay.11''0" ,0 axAeXt Uam I""'.
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HAVE proved, from tho most ample, exper
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.. Worms, worm faver, woim cohc a
Crjlnr-colio or teething ot mfants :d,
jiiarinoea, ot cliildron and adults......'.1!
Uysenlery, KilpiiiK.h'lloua collo....M
uiif, uoia, nroncillius
feurniiia, toulluclie, raceache M
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wmtes, loo profane perlods..... , !U
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jjwi luicum, j.rjsiieia, Krupllous....'ii
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Atthma, opprted hreathlnx ..W
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IntolunUrv dlcLarEe..,... ...l no
Five boxes, wits ono S2 vial of
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Bote mouth, cauker w
Urinary weakness, wetting bed .60
Painful periods, with spaams ..)
BuflerlDKS st chang of life I uo
EDlleosv. UDasms. HI. Vltna' itanee.l 111
Diptheria, ulcerated sore throat to
Of 36 to CO Urge vials, morooco or ioo
wood case, containing a specific lor
every ordinary disease a family I sub-
Ject to, and books of directions, from 110 to Ii'.
oouuier lamuyanu iiarciiogea.es, with
! to SS viaIs-..... -Irom to S
opccincs ior ail private uiseases, liotn
for curing and tor preventative treat
ment, in vials and pocket cases li lo f
Cures Darns. Bruises, Imenesi, Borenetr, Bote
inrou, DprsiDs, Toocuacne. r.arncne, euralgla.
fthcumatism. Lumbago. I'lles, lloils, Htings
own; jen, iiieeuingoi 1110 L.ung, ivoae, Btnin
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by tho case or single box, are sent to any part ol
ine couhtrr, by mall or express, free or charge
UU irvriuvui iiirinitr. AHUirifl
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Office and Depot, No. !At Broadway, New-York
FOR HALE I1Y V. BCHUI1, CAIRO, Ills,
IN rt'lt SLAST
AT RARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Kurill Sll lLV, IUilv.
MOCKING HIIU) FOOD
all asAurJ3roa tic; (mitmui t; tru-ihk
j j i: l m uoiii'g
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II ii r ii 1 n y llros.
FRESHC BLUE XjTCJC
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For Male by IIioJIiikn .ltolllo urUnlloii
Extra Fine Coi.poNE;
IffirGENUiNK 'Imported Extracts;
JsHaib, Tooth and Nail Brushes;
&India ltunnEit Nursery Gooy
, BARCLAY BIROS.
TUBE AVHITE LEAD
TUBE FBENCH ZINC.
Hest grades In largo stock and va
riety, very cheap ;
Full Link of Colors,
unr AND IN OIL J
Paint Brushes, Lluscod Oil,
Whitewash V ,Mshs Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc, oto,,
ALL KINDS AND STANUABU qt'ALITUS
O. AV. DUNNING, M. D.
TK8IIENCE-c6rnerNlnth and Walnut sts,
JAyOITIco corner Suth street and Ohio lorev.
Onice hours from 0 a.m. to 12 nt., and a p.m
(lovernor, John M. Palmer
Llcutcnnnt-Uovcrnor, John Dougherty I
Hecrctary of Htatc; Kdwajd Kummcl
Auditor of Stale, O. K, Lipjilncolt,
Hlnto Trenstirer, 15. N, listen I
snpt. I'uMln Ihnlructlon, Newton HalemanJ
tfenalors Lyman Trumbull nndJohn A. Lol
llepresi'iitalivc for thoBtato at Itrie Vacal
Representative Thirteenth IJlalrlct Johnl
MEMBKHS GENEKAL ASSKMBLl
Senator, 1st District T. A. E. Ilolcomhl
UiiIiiii, and H. K. (ll!nn,nr (Ijllstln.
Uepresenlatlve, 1st l)llri. t-H. Watsoti Wi
Judgo I). J. linker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney-4, X. McCartney
Circuit Clerk Jno. q. llannan.
Hhcrill-A. U. Irvln.
Wm, Martin, Astessor an Treasurer.
Associates J..E. McCrlto and 8. MarchUdol
Clerk Jacob a. Lvneh.
Coroner lohn II. Oossnran.
Mjyor John Jt, Lvtsden.,
Tieasuter-J. II. Taylor.
Cunplro ler E. A. llnrnellj
Marshal Andrew Cnln,
Polico Magistrates V. Uross and II. HhJ
Chlcl ol PollceIk II. Myers.
Pollco Constables John Blieshan, (day),
os. it. veirrun ana J. w.Buinner, (alght.)
Mayor John M. Lansden,
I'irst Wnrd-P. O.Hahuh.
8ocond Vfard C. It. woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Woo.1.
fourth Ward 3. Htaats Taylor.
Cliy-at-Irge W. P llalllday and D. Hunt.
HOARD OF ALDERMEN.
FIRST WAItLi-Jamcs Reardsn,
Ed'J NDWAItl)-It. H.JCunnlngham,
THIIAD WAI!I)-Wm, EtratUo,
KOlMTH WARU-James Carroll.,
Time of Meeting.
Tin nil rnnn.li i. I....
Friday evening proceulng the first Monday
The Select Council meets on the first Wednsl
lay and Thursday, alter the second Monday
s-iAaD or AintuifKN.
The Hoard of Aldermen meets on the fld
.Monday and Tuesday In every month.
COMMITTKES OF THE COUNCIL.
On S(rti-5lcrs. Taylor, Walder, Wlntel
vt 00.1 and ateicair. t ,
ni.i, crau ami iiaiuuay.
tlmmr Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kiel
June and Jail Messrs. Carroll, Ruder an
Oninanru 3Ieisrs. Sease. Walder and TsvIaf.
'ire jrfmoit Messrs. Rearden.Hwayne anl
itatkttt Messis. Schilh. Winter and Kleb.
Mnlutj Mtsirs.Wootlwanl, Swayne and IludeJ
etsanre Messrs. Hurd, ftiratton andMctcall.
JlvarJ tf lltnlih Tho Mayor, and Messrs, Kea
den, w inter, titration nnd Cai roll.
Preaching, Habbath at Wt a. m,, and 1 r. u.
Prat er meetinir. Wednesdav nt lie r. m.
MunJay Schuol, .1 p. m. J. M. Uniden, SuK-rl
inteuiient. iiev. c. II. Foorr, Paster.
METIIOtllbT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut tits.
Preaching, Sabbath HA. M.,and 7 r. m.
Prayer mietlnir. Wednesdsr. 7!' r. w.
Sunday School ,3 r. w. L. W. Kill well, Super
inienucnu iter. r. li.TUOnrsox, Paator.
CllllltCII OK TIIK REDEEMER (Kplscopal)
Morning prayers, Sabbath lOJJ a. m.
Evening prajersJ7tr. k.
SabUth School, 0a. x.
Rev. Ha. Coax. Reelnr.
ST. PATRICK'S CIIURCH-Cor. Ninth Si. audi
Public Service, Habbath iyt and 10 a, r.
Vespers, 3 r. .
8unday School, 2 r. .
Service every day, Sr. x.
Rev. P. J. O'H ALLoaAN, Priest.
Sabbath School, Vi a. n Sabbath.
Preaching, Sabbath 10LJ V.'st., and 7JJ r. sr.
Rev, J. FaitNo. Pastor.
MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL-In the Christian!
Church, Lighlceutli Street. Habbath Scnool 3 1
J. It Vtn D.,n..l.i..Jui
VOUNO MEN'd CHBISTUN A&aOClATlONH..i
ul.tr meeting second Monday eack month at the
Prayer room of the Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Prlday, 7i r. at., at
mo rrayer room oi ino rresbylorlan church.
C. Paesoss. Preal.lAnt
AFRICAN M. E. Fourteenth 81. between Walnut
Services, Sabbath, 11 a. m.
Sunday School, 1J-J t. m.
Class :i r. m.
Preaching. VA r. M. Iter. Wm. Jaekaon. Paainr
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Fifteenth 81.
between Walnut and Cedar,
Services Sabbath, 1 and 3 r. m.
Iter. N. Rici.F,,Lf,r.
FREE-WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION 6UN,
DAY BCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar 8U.
Siimlav School. O A. u.
KIlteT FREE WILL HAITIST CIIURCU-Cur-
ry s llarracks.
Services, Habbath 11 a. ., 3 r. m. and 1 r, u.
Rov. Wll. Ksnrr W.tnr
KlllST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH-sM
ivAjn llltli ftmt 1 lth rnAt ii... CaJ..
Preaching Sabbath Wt a.m., and 1H r. at.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evonlng.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1 -. x. John Van Baxter and
Mary Stephens Superintendents
Rov. T J. Biionu, Pastor,
Cor. Nlli-at. and osMsaerUl4SV.
iwrcican Towels una
W-Lsillcs' and ehlldn-n'a hair cut and sham
pooed, either at tho shop or at their owu homes,
awOentlemen'B whiskers and hair dyed In a
dentine manner, nainiaction guaraniaoa.
nHIE regular annual term of this Law School
,L will open on Wednesday .iCctober 11th, 1871.
Full course, two terms six months, each. Stu
dents admitted to tho senior clasa on examination
by application on or beforo October 7th,i 1871.
Tuition fee, too no per annum, For particulars
C3-. 3VC. BTBWAET,
Acting Dean of Law Faculty,
203 NORTH 3rd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. WADUYMAlt, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, eurgeon and Accouheur. formerly
of Anna, Union county, Illinois, has per
manently located In Cairo. Office Commercial
avenue, between Eighth and Nlurti f trccis West