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1IM F.TAllLE OF Til K ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. n.
On and afier H.inday, Mr n'' "'f 'fZ
,n tlme-lablo will govern the arrival and depart
nre of pa.nnger Iraim at Cairn:
D7rl-Mall train, daily - ' ? J!
trrlte Mall,rt-ll) " ,'
virf. i'"' "li '''' """''"r S;' i,,,n'
eeh.neefarf f ..m Cairo to .t. Unit. .No
(lMe of cr fn'ii' Cairo to Chicago. Hefiint
praaiaK Rocn rleeping cars on Light train.
llKgg' checked to nil Important jwln.
Tlio mtn.tioii of ehlppers i rapetlall
,lf,l to tln-fat that a Fruit Espren tram will
',ve.Cal.-o .llj,Saliirda)s expected, and will
'ate Itio run from tin- city to Chlrago In twenty
taohour.. .IAS. JUH.VHQX. Agent.
QUICKEST KOUTK FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Loci, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New Yoiik, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
tnuertraliu arrive at and leave Cairo tti fbV
Aaatvr. niatm.m 3i:io p.tn
Ditaut li4.1.m. ...... Bi-ia p.m
Doth train, conncet at Centnlia with tram on tho
I'ana, Decatur, DIooinlnRtcn, El I'ao, I.a ?ille
MendoU, Freeport,lilni, luuuiUp, ami
all point. In lllinoi., .Missouri,
Minne.ota, 'icon"ln unit
Iowa. An J ulth
Linos running Eat and W1 for
t Lmu-. Hpf .-field, J.otil.villo,
On, nnti, lii Vupoln, Columbia.
AndatChieajo with Michi.in Central, Michigan
NutlH-rn. and lMfburg. Fort Wne
and Ctne.tfo Itmroad. lor
i. iroit. Cleteland, Dunkirk,
, It.i.ton, Philadelphia,
Vsgrn Falls Kric, lliitUlo,
n V rk, 1'itt.burg, llaltimorc,
AND A Mi POINTS EAST.
For throush tickets and information, apply to
.lliooi. Central Itadroad lopot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
Ceneral rajcnger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOII.V-ON. Agent. Cairo.
Sl'HI.VOFlELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH EASTEUN It. K.
On an.l after Monday,
April 21th, 171, tram-wll
run a iolloxs i
tiiim sotao foinimi.
I, aw irv'in a t:4Ua.m l'.'.:U p.m.
siir.oitirld VM " 3.00 "
lajlorille 10.42 ' 4:'.'C "
Arnteat I'ana 11:10 m f.;I7 "
THIMOOI0 IfOKTIIIi UT.
Leaie l'ana... :Wa,tn 3.31 o.m.
" Ta)lortilIe 4:47 " 4:20 "
Arr e atSprinRflcld...6;15 " c.u) "
Irfnre.-ipjiiiiifn.ld r,:i " 0:10 "
Arrive at Virginia t:2i " ....S:I5 "
iutii oowa eoi'Tititsr.
Le F-lgewowl 5:S0a.m 10:10 a.m.
" Flora S.S5 " 11:IU '
Arrive at fchawneeton3:Mp tn Mi p.m
TAi! ootsn aouTltwr.T.
Leave Shiwneutowtl 0:4'ja.m t.iOp.m
" Flora. " 1:()"
Arriie at Edgcwood 4.J0 " i-M "
Th5.30 a.m. train frGtn Edceivooil, run only
Mondaya, Wnlne'..lajanil Friday., and 5:11a.m.
train from t-hawneetoun on Tuesday, Thurs
Connects at A.liland vith Jarkxoni Ille dlviion
pi unicagnami Aiion u llroAd. for Jackionvillo,
Pt'terburir. Ma-onCitv.and nil i.nlntM urki.
At Springfield, with Chicago and Alton, nnd
...II-..U, niuM.il linn ...'Muni liiurona, ioi
llloomingtoti, Chlcnx", and all points north, north
AII'.HMl witll Ind. Iltlll Hi. f-Ollln. nnil llllnm
LVntral Itilrciad or nil points cait, somli and
At Klgeood with Chic.ia Diimoii Illinois
At Mora, trttli Ohio ii d M.Mi.slppi Itnilrond
Ataluaowtiiati, with le.iinhnaiB for Cinoin.
U.III, I .I'llICHII, lyAirO HIM M. 1,01114
.fien'l Fr'gt and Tiokcl Ag'l.
MouNDoiTr and'" cCui'to?'
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait. "William H. Sanuuskv.
FOUR TRIPS UVERY DAY
CAIRO .3ST0 VCD. CITY
roOT or iioiitii nun,
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 VM.
At C. p.m.
Leavk lu. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At U. SO a.m.
At -.30 l-.M.
At 0.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
1101" FACTOISV, HAWE'r. landing, ky,
MOUTH OK CACHE, MAlilNE WAYH,
ANI1 NAVY YAltn.
AJilvEN, MULKKV k WIIKHLKIt,
llliam J.Allen, 1
hn II.Mulkci, I
,nf.?r,I'''.""'u''"' "1'ention j.ald 0 rier and ad.
orncE nooMs 7 and 8 winters iilock.
GUEEN k GTLBKKT,
vs iiimui Jl. i.rrrn, i
iiiiiiamn imtiert, V CAHtn II 1 lvriu
Mil... f.;iii,..m I Ainu, ii.mmi.
orriCE OHIO 1.KYEE, KOUMh 7 ANll 8 OV1P
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
IIUOTN ANI. KIIOIIH.
ROOT AND SHOE' MAKER,
btlwcw Wftshmitton Avenue and l'uplur fetri et,
lloola and Bknea MaoTto Order.
Flno Werkmn Kuij4o.
, l'atronane folltitta.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SiailT FACT011Y
amr unit iou
a T H AND S II 0 : 8
old worldll"' ""r ur i:iinh
under tit mi, hUo .
tLu Ifiborti lov.i ',,r .
ing flame, then ovoti tlila
tby of blood, nor er ouKl. Mil 0,
hero will cb wa d voro to tit h
republic. Even tlion wo uovi
a tingle momtnt, tliAt wo were .
North, Tlirougn ?:(n.in. 2.W p.m
Wny 2:Wp.tn. 11,00 p.m.
Smith, Way m.i.ip.m. ti.uup.m.
Throng)! N. a, Mm. ,
phfs'RnH tVlflmlil' .M'fl. 4itp,m,
Ohio Hiver mite, (ex-apt
Mnnlay) ftuwp.in. u.oop.ni.
Iron .Mountain It. H wm.ii. lhnop.m.
Mi a. li ter tome, imauuy
,,! Friday iwop.m. ,iip.m.
Thtes flow Mat.d A Ratlin
re, III- , 'rii.iraday I
,1,,,. 0:00 p.m. WWH m,
.MiylleM, lllmdi.le i
I.ooIiki-, iy ii.w,..,.
uirn e ii.h iih.
Oetieral I'l.iry 7ttuii.ni.
Money ui.l' r.U-j tii'iiH u-w
cl.tpr ' u.iiun.m. i.i-p.in.
Money Onlcr bikI lteal..er ilepntlmetila nut
ajieiim Sitinlnj !.
is,n r.Av,Mi,n.uY. No. U-SIMcl AnmMy
aiilio A.ilum MAfonn Hull, llrl uii.t "iir.ii...
nr.lnvK Ineaeli month.
Cairo Ci Neit , No. !!!.-) egulnr Loniocntion ai
Miuon llall.tlie eeoml Kthlay In each tnontlt.
Cairo CitAVtin, No. Tl -giilar Cotnocntion
Ht MiKOIllO IIHII, Oinne Uliru lin.irj ... .v.,
."V.1.'!!'; 1 ,..r Vn "IT V. A A. M -llOEIlLir Until
munlcatiotn at Mu-onle Hall, th m-coih! nntl
fourth Morula! oi eaenmoniii.
I ir lt a lWi. No. W.i F. A. M. Iti'Kiilar torn
mitiucMion at Monl Hall-nrft aii.l tmn
Thurvlii in each month.
AirANnm. tar, Kl.-M,.e. In .0 LI Fell6 '
Hill, in Art. r' lluilJliiB, eiery imir.j ......
jilt, at KoVliiOf i
1!. S. IUtlfillAM, M. D.
titlu'i.. No. I Commercial inenne. iiflico
lit.urii, a to inn in., iin.l 1 t" i p m. Ile.nlence,
No. II, Nintlii-tri.et.ri.ro illuioi-,
I'lilillsli.l vwry i.iodiliiL.-, .Hominy r..
Dr. H.C. Evntu litis returned to the
-Guava jelly nnd Rosn'm prunes nt .lor-
gonen i. jy.un.
Thornton sports it now sign, painted
"Wo lenrn thnt Ivsquiro Shnniies.'y is
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, piocn
lillonnd onions, nt .lorgenscii's.
James Allon, colored, for nisaultins
Rev. Jacob Rradloy, was yesterday fined
$10 and costs.
The deserted wife of -M rs. Ferris' mini
ha? found him, but ho denies her. " hat
do tho spirits say ?
Rill Scott, for usini; nbusivo litnguago
to another citizen of African do-cent, was
fined by Uross $") and costs.
Mary Kennedy, tho weman who at
siultcd tlie candy ttutid of Mr. Hiiro, is
oxpiatinghcr cr'itns intim cityjiiil.
A refreshing ruin full yesterday even
ing, to the great delight of till our citizens,
who havo Icon sweltering for the past week.
.luilgo Uross mid Mayor Latisdcit yes
terday received from tho lithographer the
county arid city bonds for tho Cairo and
Sk. Louis, an J Cairo and Vincotines rail
road. 0. Sohrodur wns arrested yesterday by
Holmes for acting as a merchant without
license. Ho was discharged on payment
f the costs, after agreeing to immediately
procuro tho necessary license.
Mr. Chas. Meehm r Is an npplican
forthu nositioii ot nolico constable. -Mr.
Mcehner would make an ollieient olllcor.
Ho Iiiii Iniil corndoriiblo cxporloitco in
polieo matters, and is thoroughly posted In
Mr. William Martin, tho present
county treasurer and assessor, proposes to
stand "again for that oflice this fall. .Judge
Marcltildon has tmnouiijed hiniielf as ono
of Mr. Martin's supporters, nml reports
that tho country will vote almost unani
mouslv for his candidate.
A proposed ordinance provides that
no person shall allow a wagon to 6tand on
tho itrcet over tiilit. 1 f tlii ordinaneo is
jmssed, many people, who havo wagons
and cannot get them over high sidewalks
into low lots, will lo compelled to sell
them or submit to dally lines.
Tho .Mound City luno ball club has
challenged our Deltas for another tost of
skill nt tho bat. TJio challenge has not
yet boon replied lo, our boys being too
busy at moiii'V-iimklng occupations lo
wato much titno on such vanities as base
ball; and, bo-ides, thoy aro louiew hat dis
Tho county court met in special ses
sion on tho lCth to inuet the tUMiult of
Mandamus liruwn, but neither Drown nor
.luilgo linker camu to time and tho court
adjourned line ifie. AVhat lias liecomu of
llrown ? If ho is nut vidian! tho Cairo
and St. Louis road will be built in detpilo
of his matidatiiusiti!' etl'oru to break it
-A Louisville Uso ball club proposes
to make a Southern tojr in a few weeks,
and lias written to our Deltas that thoy
will play a game in this city, provided tho
Deltas will givu tUem lhu Bllt(J mui0Vi
den t have any gate, to our ball
grounds in Cairo, ami of eour.u tho verv
kind offeror tl.o LouWvillo bovs cannot bo
accepted. A dollar or two might bo raided
by passing around the hut.
-The Chicago l!,ur Saloon. AV,
Schick, proprietor, No. tin fti ytM
stieet, is n favorite place of re.ort with all
lovers ol elis lluer, Li(pjra of
description, and all kinds of forei"n nod
llOtllG inoa. nr.liii.,.. li
' " i '"l"Or IUU
"penseii t tilu imr f tliu saluon-onlv
till, I.M. 1.... 1 ...... . J
, niHi gue.is nnil in utu.,.
l'u",l) '"1 accomodating waiter.
fr-o lunch L ajm-n every dnv ,,t i
o'clock a.m. ,' ,. ,
"Ulll i tl.
A German, named lleri,mll ,t.ul(.r
wuiio unuer tlio inllueiici. ,f i.,1(1,.
riii,l,f.,i nf!,i. .... ii. .ii.. . ' l"0,'n'i
robbed of hi watch shi rt .tmUuno. ,,.
by Jus. Kelly and Allabulh, Hallow,,.
, . ,, 1 11 . 1.. , ' (
'Allnbella.got drunk on t leiiioimv aiuU,..
arretted, ut:d Kelly wan tvuud byi.tll. ,.,
Holme, on tho steamer Jvl.t, T Mo..u
Holmes in his invo.tlgat.uns ascertained
that Kelly had given tho .watch to n deck
THE CIRO DAILY
hnnd.and It was recovered, ns also woro tho
studs. Tho two rascals woro bound over
to tho circuit court.
-Tho Frlend-llnr r'bT"0
sided, and nobody hn t""' reported hurt.
Friend, In tho conflict, exhibited astonish
Ishing generalship and iinqlieltloniiblo
pluck. HI" two letters, tit onco crushers
and t'lirlslinn-toni'd, were bombshells in
lb., c.i up of the enemy.
i ..a great nml good Rov. Jacob Rrad-
ley was in hot water yesterday. "While
ho nnd his Interesting flock wero Innocent-
barbecuing on Tuesday last a colored
sinner tmmcd Allon pursued Jacob from
pillar to post, catling him hard names And
striking at him. Tho assault was contin
ued until Jacob wns compelled to knock
his nsail.int down. For this very propof
notion this illustrious minister of tho gos
pel of pcaco wai arrested nnd taken boforo
Judge Uross, who fined him $5 nnd costs.
1'hus nro tho righteous always persecuted
by tho worldly-minded.
Tho sidowalk on tho south side of
Ninth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, demands Immcdiato
reparation. A portion of it has iaiion
down.nnd tho uan left speaks of numbcrios
broken legs. Tho strcot nt this plnco is
not supplied with lamps, and any night
ti pedestrian who walks nlong it is likely
to nroctiro tlio luxury ol n oroKen iioch
Wo know tho authorities nro crowding tho
work of reparation on sidewalks, and nro
doing tho work in n substantial nnd on
durable manner, but wc think tomporsry
repairs should bo mado whero tho walks
havo boon broken down a nail or two in
a plank horo nnd there, so that life and
limb may not bo put Into jeop-tdy until
tho workmen havo como to tho walk on
their regular round.
Typographical errors will occur, nnd
occasionally, aro very funny. Ono in yes-
terdav's Rclletin occasioned n very
broad smilu on tho faco of tho local who
wrote tho item In which it occurred.
Speaking of Gen. Ilurnside wo wrote: "If
Rurnsido don't como to tune, beforo tho
1st or September, wo shall take n great deal
of pleasuro in using eiiss tcortis to charac
terize his inefficiency." Wo wcro aston
ished to find that tho types mado us say
wo would uso Capt. IIW.t to do what we
proposed to employ "cuss words" to do.
Tho captain is not ono of our acquaintances)
and wo would not employ him to express
our dissatisfaction with llumsldo If ho
woro. AVo deslro to Indulge in that lux
ury ourself, and in doing so will, assured,,
ly, employ "cuss words," if Friend has no
Tho polieo forco resent tho intimations
of -Mr. Edward Hare's card and pronounce
him to bu an unmitigated humbug. They
all say that Judge Uross, under tho evi
dence, Could not havo dono les than flno
Hare, and they aro surprised that tho
judgo allowed him to escapo with so small
a penalty. 1 hoy say that tho evidence
showed that Haro had been u littlo too fa
miliar with tho "old gal'' ho denounces.
Rut how can vo believe all this? Mr.
llaro informed us that ho had been in
Cairo fifteen years is an old citizen. This
fact speaks truinpet-tongucd against the in
timation that ho could inclino from virtue's
side that ho could forget tho lessons of
high-toned chastity which long residenco
in Cairo must havo impressed upon his
mind. If this fait did not intluenco ou
minu wu migiu uo iou to wuiovo mat .Mr.
Hare might bo liablo to weaknesses oom-
mun to men who have lived in Cairo on v
for a limited time, and, indeod, to most of
A not very eloquent in fact, a rather
tedious discussion on tlio saintary condi
tion ol'thooity occurred in thocounoil last
night. Tlio board of health had recom
mended that a health ollicer should bo ap
pointed, n team employed to haul oil' slop
and otl'iil, nnd workmen engaged to clean
tho streets and avenues of tho city. It was
objected, that the ordinances, as they now
exist, cover all tho rccommondutions of
tho board. This will bo Utterly truo when
tliu "rubbish ordinance" now iiondinir shall
have been enacted ; but there is still some
thing wanting. Ordinances to buofany
benefit to the community must bo enforced
and health ordinances cannot woll bo en
forced when tho duty is generally devolved
upon all tho policemen of ;he city. If u
health ollicer cannot bo nppoinled legally,
one of tho police constables should havo
the duties of such an ollicer especially de
volved upon him, and tlio mayor should
require him to faithfully perforin thoso du
ties. If till- is done, then all tlio recom
inundations of the bourd of health will
havo been In effect adopted.
Titv tiillet's double-strongth extracts.
Died At her residence, near Metropo
lis, at 11 o'clock a. in. on Sunday, tlio lllth
Inst., Mrs. Mury E., wifo of Dr. D. Moore,
and grand-daughter of Dr. D. Artor, of
this city. Tho remains wero buried in tho
Masonic ccmcterj of Metropolis on Mon
l'lrsic. A picnic for tho bonofit of tho
(iorman Lutheran school will tnko placo
at Flora Garden on Monday, 8th Inst.
Speeches und u concert will bo among tho
attractions. Ico cream, lcmonado and
other refreshments will bo furnished in
abundance. Tho tickets will bu sold at
twenty-llvo cents each. This school de
serves encouragement, and wo havo no
doubt tho plcnlo will bo largely attended.
Rakfi.k. A lino kit of ship carpentor's
tools and also a splendid kit, of joiuur's
tools compluto, will bo rallied off on Satur
d-iy evening, 10th inst., at the corner of
Suventeenth-st. and Cominorclal iivonun.
Tho chances will bo 50 cents each. A lino
.tring baud will bu in attendance, and n
good timu may bo anticipated. Tlio ralllo
is for tho hencfltof Mrs. Marion, widow of
the Into Tims. .Marion. dtd
Musky refunded if Glllet's goods don't
, r T .
Tnu most popuar shoo shop In town
(,n ,otU iUw 0l llQ cml,rl ,,,
I I .i w.. 1 vi.i.. e.
' ",lu,u 1,111. 4, Ilium Ml llll HIUtWIlMl
i , . i , ,. , ,
-d to bo of tho best French cull', kip or
moreco, nnd which Im guauralees to givt.
er.un, .utumctloii. Call on him and you
, will Unow how It la voursolf. Jyi!utf
Tim Mcott-AntiStD Orrv at tjIe mouth
OF1 Till! dfiio ifa ENTEKPIltSK AN.;
(CorrPsin'dc'iTcof tVo Courier Journal
OAirtO, Il.t., August 8, 1871.
Corropcndenfs who have visited this
city have, hs! R"gonlr'nl riilo,' feivon n very
l,ft;i, and partial account of it, und tho
countiy at lfirgo is lod to bcllcvo thnt to
live in Cairo ono your win wreck tholr
health, and two years will certainly con
eign them to an enrly gravo. I Imagine
whyhlfof theso untamed qulll-drlving
brelhern of initio fail halving Crilrp nn
impartial description is simply because it
was tho Eden of the great Cliarlci Dickons.
Hut that was many years ago, nnd now tho
sccno ls changed. i
Thon in 'Cl Dull-run Russell fired hir
ink-bottlo at Cairo; the city survived, tho
shock, carted more dirt on'thclr splendid
levee, filled up the streets, built fine bull
nesi blocks, stores and dwellings, and sup-
posed thai at last they -'r0
traveling correspondents; butlol "Down
the Missi.slppl, on tho big Thompson
Dean, with illustrations in Harpers Mag
azinc, camo tho Hero of tho Diamond Pin,
Ccorgo Ward Nichols, and Cairo was duly
described, tho inhabitants in their shirt,
sleovcs, shaking with tho ague, nnd tho
leveo drug stores nboundlng with signs,
'Fever nnd Aguo Cure," "Quinine,"
Now this U ull wrong, and without
wishinctobo stvlod n champion of this
delta, I wish to rectify somo ol tho gross
statements heretofore made. Tho geo
graphical position of tho city is certainly
a flno ono, especially in regnrtl to tho two
great rlvors which miito hero. At tho
present time, while largo boats nro afraid
to lcnvo St. Louis drawing four feet of
water, thoy load horo to nlno feet for Now
Orleans. In tho winter season h month of
ico proyonts thoir running to St. Louis, but
nevor to Cairo. On the Ohio navigation
is open tho cntiro year, and at this season
n line of five boats find activo employment
betweon hero nnd Louisville, nnd in tho
later period of tho year hundreds of steam
ers nro called into tho trade. Cairo has
dally lines making their terminus hero, to
Columbus, Paducah, Lvansvillo, Capo uir
nrdeau, Nashville, Mound City andXouis
ville. Boats that travel 0,000 miles of in
land wutcr meet each other at tho Cairo
Tho Illinois Central is tho only railroad
connecting tho city with the north and
cast. A now route north is tho Cairo and
Yincenncs railroad, now partly 'built, and
is to bo completed within n year. This
will shorten tho distance to Louisvlllo and
Cincinnati sixty miles over tho old route
via Odin, nnd will compete with the Illi
nois Central railroad for tho northern
und eastern traffic. Cairo, as ti terminus,
will bo grcutly benfitted.
Tho Cairo, Fulton and Littlo Rock rail
road, und Cairo nnd St. Louis railroad aro
projected, nnd will, no doubt, bo bulltsoon,
as tho public necessities already demand
them. Southward, tho Mobilo nnd Ohio
company nro about to extend their road
from Columbus, Kentucky, to Cairo. All
in nil, tho city is bound to havo its share
of railroads In strolling about I have
noticed a number of fine dwellings sev
eral that averago r. ccsl of $10,000 to $00,
000. In ono group, on n higher portion
of tho city, stands tho palatial residences
of Mr. Charles Gallagher, William 1'. Hal
liday, Col. Taylor, Thomas Halliday and
.Mrs. Samuel Halliday. Tho grounds at
tached to these dwellings arc cultivated to
tho highest degree, and delicious fruits iro
fUiscd in abundance. On the front lovee,
tho main business part of tho city, are fcv
oral flno brick stores in courso of erection.
In tho largo clothing storo of Mr. John
Antrim I found ono corner converted into
a news depot, and papers from all direc
tions for sale. Seeing n goodly pilo of tho
Courkr-Jowiuil, 1 invested and asked if
iio had any back numbers. "Not one.
Wo always soil everyone we get," was tho
prompt unswor of tho bright boy In at
tendance. That fact of itsolf seemed to
too conclusivo thnt tho citizens havo a
good tasto and discernment.
It is all bosh to tulk about Cairo being
unhealthy or unpleasant. It will compare
lists for health and mortality with tiny
city of its size in tho Union. Tho rapid
flow of tlio two great rivers, on each side of
tho city, seotns to carry nwuy tho mias
matic influences, nnd during tho summer
months a cool broozo is in constnnt motion
from them. GltAl'soN.
Liebig's celebrated oxtract of most nt
Genuine walnut and mushroom ketch
ups, at Jorgensen's, jy20tf
Goiiuino Spanish olives at Jorgen
Anchiovis, in pickle, oil or salt, at
East India preserves at Jorgonson's.
Shriver's oyster ketchup nt Jorgen
Imported London biscuits at Jorgou
Flvo rooms and a kitchen to rent to n
good tonant. Terms rcasonablo. Tho
rooms nro located on Cominorclal nvcnuo,
outh of Eighth street, Enquire of 0. Win
Wm. Khiors, nt his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing every variety of
boots und shoes from gonuino French calf
(ho usos no other kind) which ho soils
ro'idy niftdo or mado to order nt price
that defy competition. jy.Otf.
William Albn's barber b1 op is grow
ing In public favor ovory day. It i3 neat
ly fitted up, nnd can boast of the most
skillful workmen in tho city. Tho pro
prietor has had many years' experience in
hih business and is .recognized as nm, nfih,,
! most export'shnvors In Southern Illinois,
whllo young Alba is a master in his pro.
Cession. CltjWis.nuMrangors who wish
a painless shave, n luxurious shampooing,
or thoir hair cut in tho latest style (should
patronize Alia. His shop U on Commer
cial avonuu noxt door to Haunon's nows
depot. . d(f
KiNiu.iNii. 500 " glass boxes " for salo
at 6 cents each. W. "W. TuoiiNTONi
AUGUST 17, 1871.
Col, Taylor received a dispatch yester
day announcing the good nows U"H Him
dolph county hnd ordered tho Issuance of
tho bonds voted t ) tho Cairo nnd St., Lonls
rallrond. This finishes tho list, of tho
counties. They havo nil now ordered
their bonds to bo placed in escrow, ns re
quired by the contractors, nnd work will
,bo commenced immediately. Wo expect
lo tnnko a trip to St. Louis over tho ron'd
within sixteen months. rt
At Elchhoff Rros. Factory. i'
Eocourngo 1 1
Sell Furnlturo for Cash;
Twenty per cont.
Lower than any other Dealer In Cairo.
Mndc out of Soasonod Lumber,
and will bo
Insured for Six Months.
A Raro Chnnco
BT. CIIATtLEH WEDNESDAY, AUO, 10.
Wm. G. Smith, Tonn.
J. W. Nixom, Evansvillo, Ind.
John A. Hook, Columbus, Fa.
R. 1). Wood, Now Orleans.
F. M. Dougherty, str. Falls Tilot.
J. M. Eldrcd, Cincinnati.
L. Isaacs, Now York.
Wm. Gillcn, New Orleans.
II. Stubcraoch, St. Louis.
Mrs. Lindscy and child, Paducah.
Thos. G. Williamson, Randolph.
J. L. Porter, Boston.
S. E. "Weaver, Torre Haute, Ind.
E. Rorry, Memphis.
Miss Frincz and friend, Arkaksas Hollo.
Wm. II. Green and son, city.
J. L. Fleming, Mound City.
Chas. Huntor and wife, Mississippi.
A. Mitcholl, Chicago.
hOUTIIERN nOTEL WEDNESDAY, AUOUST
Geo. Zollor, Louisville, Ky.
Mrs. Dr. Fortnoy, Grand Change, III,
Win. 31. Murphy, Bay City, 111.
F. E. Steele, Lockport. N. Y.
Mrs. E. Kinstor and child, Indianapo.
R. II. Miller, Capo Girardeau, Mo.
J. W. Holcnmn, Indianapolis, Ind.
Snmuol Thomas, Littlo Rock, Ark.
Geo. M. Glsb, Littlo Koclc, Ark.
Wm. A. Waller, Now York cltyi
Chtis. D. Eingcr, Buffalo, N. Y.
D. W. Richer, Annawan, 111.
D. M. Armstrong, Memphis, Tonn.
C. II. Phillips, Covington, Tonn.
Phil. Cross, Winnebago, 111.
Albort Cros, Winnebago, III.
John H. Chair, Grandvlow, 111.
R. O. Franklin and wife, Toint ricat-
Jnmes E. Singleton, Rockport, Ind.
Boardinc houses uso Gillct's. ngl3
ParsonB, Davis & Co.'a Queenswnro House,
0 & 7 Tenth stroot,
Any person desirous of changing well
improved Cairo proportr for the like kind,
In Anna, can hear of an opportunity by
addressing box 20, Anna, III.
Gillet'h watrVug crystal makes wash
Ing easy. ag 13
J. R. Golladay'h fiftieth monthly draw
im will tako nlaco at narrodsburg, Ky.,
August 28, 1871. Among tho list of prizos
nro $1,000.00 In greenbacks; splendid
building lot In Bowling Groon, 760.00;
seven and one-fourth octavo Gabler piano,
5000.00; horso and buggy, 500.00; build-
Inc lot in Bowling Green, $350.00 ; Balco,
a thorouchbred Durham bull, bred by tho
Shakers, South Union, Logan couuty, Ky
S360.00; gold watch nnd chain, $250.00;
lady's watch nnd chain, $200.00; diamond
ring, $150.00; diamond watch, $150.00;
$100.00 in gold ; also, 480 other prizes,
consisting of diamonds, gold and silver,
greenbacks, sowing machines, furniture,
carpets, gold and silver watches, dry
goods, flno paintings, stundard .books, etc.
Statement of drawing and prizos forward
ed promptly. For sale nt U. O. Loflln's.
Orders by mall should bo addressed to J.
R. Golladay, Bowling Green, Jvy.
Ask your grocor for Glllet's snow white
lMiiLLir Bauou is mastor of his trade,
and warrants all of his work to bo of tho
try lct matorial nnd manufacture : guar
antees a completo fit nnd ontlro satisfac
tion, isnot confined to nny.'particulnr stylo,
but makes ovory variety of boots and shoos
from tho hcav est cowhide to tno nnost
Fronch calf and morocco. Ho also koeps
u largo stock on hand, of his own manufac
lure, nnd nnv ono desirous of purchasing
good cu.tom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth St., south side,
near corner of Ohio lovoc, Cairo. dtf
ItELiAiiLK and Safb. Dr. Honry
Root nnd Plunt Pills aro mild and ploaso
ant in tholr operation, yot thorough, pro-
ducing no nausea or griping. Boing en
tirely vegetable, they can uo taKcn wun
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouso tho livor nnd scorotivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off diseaso with
out exhausting or debilitating, tho Bystom
Try them and you will bo satisflod
Prico-5 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in modicino ovorywhoro
Proparcd by tho Grafton ModlcLno Co. St
Louis, Mo. inyOdm
Fon Sale. At a bargain, a Davis' sow
ing machtuu. Has never been used ; is
entirely now ; also, ti.new $W) Wilcox &
Qibbs, singlo thread, loop-sttlcli, sowing
maohino. Enquire at tho
; 1)iiltih Office.
Suicide Committed. As tho result of
n innctlvo slnt3 of livor nnd stomach,
iroduclng headache, obtim Intellect, dull
icss, despondency, dementia, and finally
risiinllv. Is no uncommon neonrrinw.
All theio disagreeable svmntoma nml l,n,i
feelings nro most cortalnly dispelled bv
usuui it. i lorco p uoiuon -Medical Discuv-
11 revitalizes and builds tin il,..
hole system. A )ittl book on Chr.mln
"eases sent frco. Addreia It. V. m,..,.
:.D., lluffnlo, N. Y. Golden M.,llni
Discovery sold by nil druggists. 677.
Whbk tho Encrulos htivo boon
taxed nnd sleep disturbed Hklmiiiii.ob
.BucnU Works'. W'ondera. It r.r,t,.t
, V. .1. 1 I , . ,,,,
opluiu,or tnorphiuo, yet it govorns tho in-
orior economy or tho human svstcm. It
is adminlstorcd for diseases nftlin l.ln.i.in.
Mdrioys, weakness, femalo Irregularltlos,
strangury, and comiilninln ine'lilnnini in
tho urinary organs of either sox.
Co-vnuiual Felicity. Nothlm. thn.l
more to connubial happiness than cheerful
,nU .healthy infants and children. Mrs.
Whltcomb's syrup is t,bo grost childrens
Booming rotneuyi augl5duwlw
Ton biliousness. COStlvanoi nnil tmmirl
ty of tho blood, uso Dr. Rattlngcr's vege
lauio liver pills. Tlicio ti His contain nrdtii
calomel nor apy other morcurial propur-
ntion, nctquickly and produce no griping,
ror snio oy ur. -.M. J. McGuttloy, Cairo
-i 1 1 . . ..i 1 7
Notice. Deem In l' u knmvlrM.rrn nr
chomtstry nccouary to tlio student of nil
! . t ,
sciences nnu proiessions, ns well ns to tho
mcchantc, I nronoio-to onnn n rim. i,r
chemistry of forty lesions, commencing
oil tno urst Jtonuny in Heptombor next
lor particulars inquire nt my office, ll'i
buiuiuuitiu .nvcimv, iiiiro.
J. J. Tiiomah has lltU'd tin thorodtn
lately occupied by W. O. Worthingtons
on commercial nvenue, whero ho is doing
a good business. Cm and seo him and
glvo him a trial, Ho is prepared to do all
kinds of. work in the photoernnh linn, nml
aocs it well.
iwi i noniuKAra at ALI.KUY. H Q ne-
?. Tl.. . . . ...
tlco that Mr. J. J. Thomas has fitted up
tuo rooms lately occupied by W. G. Worth.
iogton in Tery good style, nnd, ns an artist
is doing oxccllent wort that should cntillo
him to a fair sbaro of patronage.
i, wouiu call the attention or our
country friends who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very pleasant gillerv on Commercial
avenuo for .thoir accommodation, and I
really tho best artlst wohayo had In Cairo
or a long timu. tf
Notice. From August 1st until further
notice, tho faro per transit stcamor Illinois
plying between Cairo and Columbus will
bo as follows: Ono way, 51.50; round trip,
$2.00. W. A. Lowth,
Well regulated families uso Gillct's
Beautiful biscuits follow Gillets Link
ing powder. ngl3
Steamer John Lumsden, Evansvillo.
" M. J. Wicks, New Orleans.
" Hello of Memphis, Memphis.
" H. M.Shreve, Red River.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Bee, New Orleans.
" Horo, Ohio River.
" - City of Cairo, St. Louis.
" John Lumsden. Evunsvlllo.
M. J. Wicks, St. Louis.
" Hello of Memphis, St. Louis.
" H. M. Shrove, St. Louis.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City or Cairn, Yicksburg.
'' Falls Pilot, St. Louis.
" A. Bakor, Hickman.
iioats i.eavino to-day.
Steamer Grand Tower, Memphis.
C. D. Church, New Orleans.
11 Suslo Silver, Now Orleans.
" Mnllio itneon, Evansvillo.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Shannon, New Orleans.
Tho survey-boat in tho upper Cumber
land got aground, n Tow days ago, at Mud
Camp, on 8 inches of water, and was haul-
ed off by a yoko of oxen.
Capt. John C. LIbono lias purennscu mo
Governor Allen, from Slunot & Adams,
for $15,000. Capt. Libano will placo her
in tho New Orleans and Fort Adtims
Tim nntenled iironellor water wheel of
tho now towboat Robert Sample, is said to
bo a failure. Thoro wero somo important
changes made, and it will bo given nnoth-
Tho Kdinburg has laid up tit Louisrillo
for tho present.
Tho Dictator's barges nro sun ngrounu
Tho John Lumsdon, ns sho was leaving
nnrt. nnd when below tho stono depot, ran
into a bargo, which was laying with its
s'.orn out in tho river. No dumngo was
done, and tlio Lurnsdon .went on her way
f hn Palls Pilot will doublo trip it to St.
Louis. Sho left yesterday with two barges,
and will return for tho rest.
Tim flitv of Cairo had a vorv fair trip,
and rccolvcd about 150 tons hero for
Vicksburg and way points.
Tho, Mary Houston has undergone thor
ough repairs nt Louisvlllo nnd is now as
good as now. Owing to tho death of Har
ry Walker, hor chief clork, somo changes
wero to bo mado In tho list of officers.
Capt. L, B. Dunham will tako command
of hor with Charles Mlllor ns chief clerk,
assisted by his brother, Elliott Mil er.
A contract to construct a transfer boat
tot.y between Memphis nl Hopeflo d,
n connoctlon with the Littlo Rock rail
Ld was closed last. Friday between Cap .
$ V 'Walker, of tho Memphis dry dock
company, and Mr. Patterson, of tho ferry
Tho M. J. Wicks had a slim trip. Sho
reported tho Carrlo V. KounU hard
Bgeound on tho Biima bar tho nownrd Is
himself again, nnd says, nm , .
ours came very nenr being loo much
The rivor nt this poliil still continue to
11 T. 1 f 1 ....
"""on nno inch dtirlni' tho
ist W - tw-foiir hours.
'ho Mississippi jj falling nt St Louis
o left 8 int.iies In tlio channel.
It Is expected thnt tliu Into swell In the
id Mill ennitiotiio u. a, Turnur to get
r French Island,
Business wns rather unlet on tho levoa
i ' .
During tho creator imrl of the duv tho
wenthor was very hot.
Tho John Lumsden arrived on tlmo
'llh n fair trip of freight for tho south.
Tho Jus. Flsk had the lightest trip she
ns had since sho has been u tiaektit ha
tweon horo and Paducah.
Tho Shannon hits twu tmr-.M In tnw haw
longing t tho Houston Navigation com-
Tho 1L M, 8hrove, from Red riVer, wia
Tho A. Baker took a h,.l nf fnrn tA
Crtptmn E. R. Perry has contracted with
nines Howard Sc ('.it fur i... r ...
tlio Now Orleans und Ark.n.o. .t.
trado. Hor dimensions will bo as follown
Hull, 180 feet; beam, 30 feet ; cylinders.
IM III nit n at In ,1 .H,.!... ...Ill it . .. a '
LOUIKVII.I.K. Allrrn.l lfi Itlvnr t,n
rlstn 1 Inch, and is stationary; 10 Inches
In tho clmtn. VV...H
day, cloudy and pleasant breeze this ovon-
ing. icpnncu r.uuyvnio to Cairo, Kit-
tomriso to Nnw Orlnuna I. ,nn.lul I.. ..I
--- - - .V.,VV lll
aground nt Cnlton Wood bar.
vicKanuRO, August 1C Down Dcx
tor at 10, Tom Jasper at 10; last nleht,
Kmlln l o It..-. ...1 tit. -.1. til.
...tvj uuu i.itiuarv,. tip
Lady Leo. River falling. Wo-thor
warm nnd clear.
MeMI'HI. Atlruit 1(1 Woath.r mm.
settled. Mercury 05. Rivor about sU
tionarv. Donarleil Knlln nml
St. Louis; City of Qutncy. New Oceans;
i.uuun ii. a Hunan, inn we i Known coiion
buyor, died last night of consumption.
City National Ilank BulMlua;.
Sneolal attcntloD raid lo order, from toati,
nielli and day.
PAUL G. SCHUH,
it i: .vi v i: i.
NO. 103 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
IVIilllnlitT'N lllil Ntnml.
Oitojitk Atiiknkum, - - Caiko, III.
Payx p.irticulr attention to fdliox preacrlptlom
of all phvelclana, nnd LimlUei,
AAfr Ot BAHIJ
A L L P AT K a T MEDICINES
north having. Agent for
It II 1-SR' FETER TONIC,
Warranted the boat Knver Killer known in thia
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED.
HUCIIU AND DANDELION,
An eieellent remody in all dlicaaesof tho Kid.
ueyK, equally, aa pood or lurtter
than lieinbold's. and lor
aho aiiint roa
lIiiiii!lircjr'N llompoiilinthlc NpcclHrii.
Hir well seleeted stock of
Of evory description cannot be
eurpaaaed by aiy ratal).
Il.hment ot the
kind in the
Notlco i hereby given that, whereas, WllllavtU
I Yoat did, on tlio tenth day of March, A. p.
isso. by hla certain chattel mortgage convoy to
Harnli . Kelloeg, tho two story brick W,r
house altuatod on lot number six 16), In
blade number tw.nty.flve (2Jj, In the o ly ol
Cairo, county of Alexander ami state nt Illinois,
together with tho leaaoholil of said lot, runnlna
until the 1st day ot January. A. l. 1S74, with all
the nppurtenancos thereunto belonging to secure
the payment of a certain promlmary nota bear
inir oven ilalo therewith, uiven by aaid William
J. oat to aaid Sarah O. Kolloge for tho um o
twenly.threo hundred dollara IIJ.300), nayatilo
onn year alter the date thereof. And, whereas,
default has been made In tho payment ot a part
of said note, to aecuro the payment whereof aald
morliiaitovras oxecuted. 1, the undersigned, 11,
Watson Webb, attorney for aald Bsrah O. liellogg,
mortgagee, will under and by virtue of tliepow.
ernnd authority contained 1 In aald mortgage, on
Monday, tho 18th day of September, A.D mi,
between the hours or 10 o'clock a.m. and 'i
o'clock p.m. of aald day, nt the premises, pro.
ceod to sell at pnblio sain, to the highest bidder,
tor caali In hand, tho abovo described house ami
lease, to satisfy the amount due on aald note.
f II. AVatsom Wk,
Attorney lor Sarah C. Ksllogg, 'Mortgagee,
ailro, Ills., Aug. . 17.