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tiuk TAIILK OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It
on and after fnndsy, May lllh, 1971, the follow
ing llme-lablc ' P""n ' amvai nu aci-ari-nre
of pnf l""" ' Cairo i
into, daily 11:41 p.m
Kpre, daily - 2-'.m-
j..Ull. dally - 3:30 a.m.
BirreM, dally, except Sunday 3: p.m
,.(ichsDCoffar from Cairo to HI. Louis, -V
(.ltl)JI (.frr frcim uiru to Chicago, j.ieemi
Irlrft B""" sleeping cum cm night tram.
RsK' checked to Alt Important )lni.
The. sltention of shippers I J'clnllj'
,led to ine 't tint a Fruit Eprc twin will
",tCL.f" ilAdy.Seturdiy expected, and wl"
akethe run from thin city to Chicago In twenty
w hour. J.H. JOll.NfO.V. Agent.
K it 1.11 OA ON.
QUICKEST KOUTK FIIOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Sr. Loi'i", Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New Yokk, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
A..eo,rcrlrsIn arrive at and leave Cairo as fol
low a i
Atiirr .lino n.m .li.'IO p.m.
lunar 1 1 lift n.m Si 1.1 p.m.
Moth train connect at Centralla with train on tne
Titn. 1 -?tiir, Hlooinlngtcn, 111 I'.i'o, La Salle,
MeaJoM, Freeport, Helena, Dubuque, slid
all point In Illinois, Missouri,
Jlliino'ola, 'iconIn an J
Iowa, And with
Lines rtinnlnj Eat and Wot for
St. Lnui, Hptingficld, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Imbnispoli, Columbus.
An ! at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
juthrtn, nnl Pittsburg. Fort Wayne
and Chicago Hillroada tor
IWroil. Cleveland, Dunkirk,
AlUny, Il.nton, Philadelphia,
Nlni Fall, Erie, lltltlalo,
Ne York, l'ittburg, Baltimore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For throuch ticket anil Information, apply to
lltlnou Central Itallroad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
General Pacnger Agent, Chicago.
J.JUIINsO.N, Agent. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTEHN It. 11.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1871, trainswll
run as follows t
tiiiki ootxo eoi'TiiiitT.
Leare Virginia MUn.ni 12;.-ts p.m.
" pruiKllrll m l';xo 3:00
" Tsylorrllle H:M " 4:28 "
ArriYeht t'anft 11:40 tn 1:17 "
TnAtSJ OOIXO XOSTUWUT.
Leave Pan .:00a,m 3:34 p.m.
" Taylorville 4:47 4:20 "
Arrive at Sprlngfleld...6;15 " c.t "
Lcate Spunsfleld C:24 " C:1U' "
Arrive at Virginia ;23 " 8:15 "
tsaix ootxo southeast.
Leaie Edgeood &-.30 a.m. 10:10 a.m.
" Flora .......... ...sa " 11:40 "
Arme at bbneetoii3.Mp m ... 6:15 p,m
TBAIM COI1.0 SORttWMT.
Lee ."tiawneetown J:l5o.ni f.JOn.m
" Flora 2:55 " 7;f hj
Arrire nt Kd;ewood 4:80 " (20"
The5:J) ii.tn. train from Kdeewood, run only
Monday, WdntJariind Friilayv, and 8;1.i.m.
tram from Shnwan-town on Ttiesdnj s, 'I'hun
darn and Saturday. ' '
CVinnecti atMiland with Jackaonvllle division
of Llucairo and Alton H.ilroad. for Jacksonville,
t'eleryliliri;. Maoon Citr. n n.l all tl,.. luli
Ai s-prfiiKfield. with t'Mc.iuo and Alton, rind
Toledo, !Jj.i and U'patern Killroad, tor
.-.v...i.,s.vu,iii.Ki.,iiim hii pnmis norm, norm
wet and wexl. '
At Puna with Ind. and 81. r.ouln, nml llllnol
Central Unlroad lor all iointa viut, nouili auJ
crKiRSi.,,h Chlc"g0 Uivi",on ,l,mo1"
AtFljra.wltli Ohio aid Mllsippi lt.nlroad.
Atslmacetowu, with MMiuboata for Cincln
nf, pjlueali, Cairo and Kl. l.oui.
, OltlaNU SMITH, Oon'ISup'l.
)ou loiJiTT.Oeu'lFr'gt nnd Ticket Ac't.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
CAtT. William II. Sandusky.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
iuot or imiitii sriirtr.
At 7 a.m.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 p.m.
At 5 r.M.
Leavk Iu. Citv,
At 8.30 a.m.
At 11.30 a.m.
At U.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. "WHEN HAILED,
J10I FACTOUY, HAWK, ft LANDING, KY.
MOUTH OF CACIIK, MAIII.SE w AYH,
AMI XAVV Y.Mili.
ALLJ3N, MULKEY WHEELER,
ftmPfeajrJ CAU!0, ,U',N0,H-
mZ.yu!".rllcnl'"1,,,l'J 10 ri"r ""daJ-OFncE-nooMh
7 AX1, 8 wlXTt;K- ,.ot.Ki
0RKKN & GIJiBKHT,
",' ii ii.t.rien, I
M..T.ilaVrt: ,,MU0' .
b!Zt,ZTU Kl,'" " A'"n"Bllj' auJ
oryicE-n.i.. . ivJ7. , ,
urri(.EoillOLI.VlSE,1100MH 7 AND8dVi:i(
citv national hank.
HOOTH ANIi Nll((i:s.
00T AN I) SU0E MAKEH,
lktMfctn Wokl.i . .
""A" "1 Poplar .Street,
Vfctrr........ .. .
CITY SHOE 8TOKK
HOOP SKIHT FACTOUY
ton aqcxct roa
Ik . t. n
uuuTb AND BIIOES
WwBMtUl ATenue, Corner or WuUlU
AriCULAU ATTENTION PAID TO ALL 0H
DIHb TO IIOOPHKima AKD tU)t.
AliUtVK. 01,03 n.
u-bv 1 " I " I
Couth, Way ; 1
phandcld-ml 8 "I'- l. m,
Ohio Hirer iviit, ("'P,
Mont.,, ""P-"'. "WP-""
..,..i.1,n It. It :W)u.ui. 11.10 p.m.
Iim.' liner route, TuisJay
n,S Friday w p.m.
Tlie.e, ()ooe lelaml A hantn
l. Ill., "Ilinrsday a I rl
,ly ROD p.m. 7:0'ia.ni,
.May Held, lllnndvilie id
l.niilaie, Ky n.uoa.tn. t:wp.m.
Orneral Del rrr) 7i3Un.m.
Mnne) Urd'rdepmtmciit 8.CO a.m. C.00
KegWtor " " " " M:mj n.m. 6.(io p.m.
.Money Older nnd l!eglier department not
open on Sunday.
OAiao'.OoMMAMiriiv, No. l:t. btnled Aembly
a', (tin Aylum Moni I Hull, tint ami tlnrd,Six..
unlaM) Inench month.
Caio Cx'V.scil, No. 21. Vegtilnr Comopiitlonul
Mtaonic Hall, the eeond Friday In each month.
Caiao CiiAftrn, io. 71 fjtular Convocation
id .Mi.onii; Hull, on the third l'ucudiiy of every
'"cauo Ii(ir, No. 237 K. AA.M Uetiltr Com.
miinluntion nl Mn'onic Hull, the aecond nnd
fourth .vlonttm k l ewh month.
DutA 1ii'or, Nii.Mj F. J A. M.ltegtilrir Com
munication at Jlaonlj Hall hrst and third
Thiirdny in each month.
Ai r JAMirn I,onor, 224, Meet In Odd Fellow'
1111, In Art-r' Uuilllnu, every Thursday even.
Inff, nt n o'clock
Tho atockkolder ot the Knlernrlto Saving
Rank ot Cairo ore herehv ho tried that an election
will ho held nttho City 'National Hank on Mon
day, fcepteTiber 4th, for the election of eeren di
rector). Poll open from ten to twelve o'clock
n.m. WaLttn lltALor,
It. S. miGllAM, M. J).
Olllct. No. 130 Commercial nvenue. OHieo
hnur,i) In 10 a.m., nml 1 to 11 pin. Hctldence,
-o. 14, MMliMrcet, Cairo nnnoi.
I'lllillslH-d -vcr.y iiiornltii;, Mtiiuliiy cx-
TlioSoloct Council mot Inst night.
Police business whs brisk yesterday.
Frcncb cborrlcs in syrup tit .Torgon
l'olico JIngistrnto Slmnnessy is seri
Imported assorted Frcnob pickles, fit
Carl L. Thomas makes an activo in
Tho Gamble wagon factory is doing ti
Jorgenscn has tlm finest atock of fam
ily groceries in the city.
There will bo an interesting case be
fore Uross tills morning.
Tbo celebrated Dundee miiriiialndo at
Col. K. 1. "Wntkins of Mound City,
was in town yesterday.
County court, for prolmto bi'sines", will
conveiio on Monday next
Potter, of tho Mound City Journal,
was in the city yesterday
Col. Peoples, ol tho box and basket
factory, is in Chicago,
A number of new buildings are being
erected in diU'cronl parts of city.
Shi-rill' Irvin returned to tho city yes
terday, from a llying visit to Chicago.
Hemy Harris, late of the hotel (iarni, is
very kick, and not expected to recover.
Cui-ley Mike took on too heavy a load
of "rot-gut" and hung up in tho citv jnil
Col. AVood nnd Mr. Hyslop wero pres
ent at tho Scott centenary celebration at
Jorgcnson has just received u fresh
supply of imported London crystal vine
gar, in quart bottle. tf
Tho Paducah baso ball club beat the
Mound City club seven runs, in the game
played n,t Mound City on Monday.
Tim .S'ioi give ih it local item, ' two
'cases it cho'era are reported in Paris,"
which might be lucallur than it is.
An (lection will lm lidil on Monday,
September Ith.at tho City National Hunk,
for ditectors of the Hntorpri'u Savings
A nintch game of Iuimi bull was played
on the Didta grounds yesterday, between
tho " Lime .Star" and " l.ltllu Koii" cluW
Little Kids won.
Tho new t-tcamcr Dlek .Johnson made
her firt itppeurnnco at our wharf yestor-
ilay. hhe will run between tills port nnd
Kvaniivillu as an independent packet.
KuiiieuiW iho (ierniun Lutheran
school iiienie t 11 I'mIiiii jitt rn Mutiilni.
Aueunastl,, ut Flora (iarden. Speeches,
NU" b" loonier of thoduy.
,,,,, . , ,,, '
...u iHiiiim i. KUKer win inane iwo
trips per week between Cairo nnd Cape
Girardeau, and one trip per week to Hick-
mnn. Lupt. .lohn Ituy will coiiiiiiand hor.
Our former fellow citizen. Louia
Houck, Kdj., now of Cape Girardeau, has
been elected president of the projected
v-ape tnraideiiii and Iron Mountain
The police investigating cwmmltteu do
noi seem to Hpproeiate tll0 raid, to rrc.
quontiy m&do by tlm police upon tho social
utnmia in iiiu cuy, atul propnso to knock
oil tho fees of olllcers . that " Jcsennu
will bo less frequent.
Friend Martin, of the Clmrln.i,
I 'Jwirier U In n bad wav. IIo U i,,., i..i.
I Ilfi &a " ' w '
Mr. t. -juur., uocausu ho It not
Col. "WutkJiif, ol M, ,
health." uy tllu WHy w Iuru .. cii uve
looking man, is hard to Z''''
as food nnturi.,1 l , . !"J ', ..
picture of i
Every dollar you pay u Now-York
Life intunnco Uj
THE CJRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
witlidrnwn from circulation in thls)jtato..
Tho laws of New-York compel tho compa
nies to keep all tholr funds Invosttxl within
tho limits of that slate, or within lifty
mllci of New-York city. Tho A.ifo Asso
cli.tloti invests Its money whero it is taken.
-Tho Lit lo lted ni.d Lano Star ' f0
ball club played mi exciting gamo on ,bo
Dclta'n grounds yesterday. Theso clubs
uro composed of frisky boys small and
young but they pUy with a vim, nnd n
skill that Is not to bo sneezed nl by tho
Deltas. Wo Imvo no doubt, the Llttlo
Reds could beat the Mound City club and
alarm the Paducah Trimbles.
Mr. Rosen wntor, of tbo well-known
dry goods house of Goldstein & Rosen wa
ter, it now in Nnw-York purchasing a full
stock for the fall trado. "With thorn tho
campaign has already opened, and in
voices of now full goods of ovcry descrip
tion aro being received daily. Tho firm is
wide-awako and dcsorvlng of success, nnd
aro now, we nro glad to say, doing an im
mense businoss in their lino. nuglB-CI.
Tho Cairo atul Fulton Railroad will
bo finished boforc tho pcoplo of Cairo fully
appreciate tho fact that it is being built
Work bclwcon this city nnd Charleston Is
progressing rapidly, nnd now wo learn
from tho Charleston Courier that Colonol
Deal lias gono out of tho grocory business
at that placo, so that ho may glvo nil his
llmo nnd nttontion to his big contract for
grading and bridging tho Cairo nnd Ful
ton road, west of Charleston to tho Arkan
sas lino. In Arkansas, tho road has been
built from Llttlo Rock to Jacksonport, n
town on "Whito river, closo to tho Missouri
Milk Cows for Sale. Two fresh
milk cows with young cnlves for salo. En-
qitiro of D. Hukd&Son.
Cairo, August 17, 1071.
Ruggy Maker j
next door to tbo Perry House,
Strayed ok Stolen. $5 Reward.
On last Saturday, a stripped brown nnd
black enw, with it whito face and n streak
of whito running from hetid to tail. Sho
is marked with u crop on the right car and
u crop underbit and ti hole in tlioleft. The
hoofs of tho foro feet lap. Tho above re
ward will bo puid to any person who de
livers tho above described cow to tho un
dersigned, or furnishes information that
will onablo him to recovor her.
3t Jacou Lehninq.
When the Energies have been over
taxed and sleep disturbed Helmiiold's
IIuchu works wonders. It contains tin
opium or morphine, yet it governs the in
terior economy of the human system. It
is administered for diseases of the bladder,
kidneys, weakness, female irregularities,
strangury, and complaints incidental to
tlie urinary organs of either pox.
Liebig's celebrated oxtraet of meat at
(icmiiuo walnut and mushroom ketch
ups, at Jorgonsen's. jy2Ctf
Genuine Spanish olives at Jorgen
Anchiovis, in pickle, oil or salt, at
Utwva jelly and Dusnin prunes at Jor-
Emt India proserves at Jorgenson's.
Shrivor's oyster ketchup at Jorgen
scn s. jy'JUtf.
Imported London biscuits at Jorgen
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, picca-
lillo and onions, at Jorgcnsen's.
Any person desirous of changing well-
improved Cairo property for tho like kind,
In Anna, can hear of an opportunity by
addressing box 2(5, Anna, 111.
Five rooms and a kitchen lo rent ton
good tenant. Terms reasonable. The
rooms are located on Commercial avenue,
outhof Eighth street. Knquiro of 0. Win
Win. Killers, at his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing every varloty of
boots and shoes from genuinu French calf
(ho uses no other kind) which hu sells
reidy mado or tniulo to order at price
that defy competition. jy2(itf.
Thu most popular shoo shop in town
s on 20th street opposito tho court houso
hotel, whero Win. Ehlors manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to be of tho best French calf, -kip or
morocco, and which ho gunnratocs to glvo
entire satisfaction. Call on him mid you
will know how it is yourself. jySGtf
Tho Chicago Jleer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Eighth
sttect, is a fuvorlto placo of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' llcor, Liquors of ovory
description, utid all kinds of foreign and
homo incs. No ordinary liquors uro
dispensed ut tho bar of tho saloon only
thu very best, and guests Und in attend
ance polite and accomodating waitori. A
free lunch is spread ovory day at 10
o'clock a.m. uuul7tf.
William Alba's barber si op is grow
lng in public fuvor ovory day. It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skilllul workmen in tho city. Tho pro
prietor lias hail many years' experienco in
Ills business and is recognized us ono of tho
most expert shavers in Southern Illinois,
whilu young Alba is a muster in his pro-
fenion. Citizens and strangers who wish
ii pulnloss shave, n luxurious slmmpuoing,
or their hair cut in the latest stylo should
palronizu Alia. His shop is on ('omiiior
fin! uvcnuo noxt door to Hhtinon's news
ut & clinU uuch- W. W. Thornton.
. . lomciM.
8,!f-f1.l-'T,nt Bosln of tho Clly Council, cfllcd
! 1 uv ilnyc,Tt n'' ''P'1 t ll'o 0.iuticll Chamber
i t i V, "y RTen''18. August 10, 1S7I.
His Honor, Mayor Lansdon, presiding.
Present Oouncllmon Hurd, Lans -.1,
S'liuh, and Taylor; nnd Aldormen Cun
ningham, Filzgorald, Jlolcalf, Heasc, Strat
ton, Swayno, Wnldor and Winter 12.
Absent Councllmon Halllday, Wood,
nnd Woodward; and Aldormen Ruder,
Carroll, Kleb nnd Rcnrden 7,
The Clerk prcsontcd nnd read a supple
mentary report from tho City Comptrol
ler, , explanatory of tho Rom "Sundry
expenses not enumerated," In his semi
annual report, made at tho last meeting
horcof ; which, on motion of councilman
Hurd, was rocolvod nnd ordered illcd-wltli
tho semi-annual report.
Aid. Reardcn appeared in his scat.
llEPORT OP HOARD OF HEALTH.
Tho Hoard of Health, through tho May
or, its chairman, reported tho city to bo In
n bad sanitary condition, and recommend
ed tho appointment of a health offlcor, and
also tho employment of a sufficient force of
mon, with teams, to clean "up tho streots.
Tho Board submitted tho following reso
lutions for the consideration of tho Coun-.
Jleohetl, That tho Mayor bo roquested
to nomlnato n Health Olllccr for tho city,
who, being confirmed by tho Council, shall
hold his ofllco during tno pleasure of the
City Council,, nnd whoso compensation
shau bo $75 por month ; nnd that it shall bo
tho duty of said officer, from tlmo to time,
to examine nil places and promises in tho
city for tbo purposo of ascertaining tho
exfstonco of unything that may lead to
sickness or discoso; to notify porsons of
the requirements of tho Hoard of Health ,
to uxamino nnd report nil nuisances, places
and things likely to bo injurious to the
public health; to report lo tho proper of
ficers of tho city nil violations of tho ordl
dances of tho city touching tho public
health, and all violations of tbo sanitary
regulations established and published by
tho Ronrd of Health ; and generally to'
perform such otlior duties as tho Hoard of
Health, in the performance of their duties,
may require of him.
Jtesohcd, further, Thai Uio Hoard of
Health aro hereby authorized to employ
some guitablo person or porsons to remove
from tho various placos and premises in
tho city, from day to day, up to the first of
October next, all slops, otTul and rofuse
matter that may bo deposiled'in suitable
places by tbo citizens of tho town for re
moval, at a cost nnd cxpenso not exceed
ing ono hundred and twenty-fivo dollars.
lie it further resohed, That the Hoard
of Health nro hereby authorized to cm
ploy ii sufficient force of men und teams to
clean up the streets of the city; the rubbish
to bo removed acd deposited under tho di
rections of tho Hoard of Health, and at a
cost and expense not exceeding tho snm
Aid. Hudcr appeared and took his scat.
Aid. Cunningham moved to adopt the
Councilman Taylor moved as n substi
tute, that the city jailer bo authorized and
instructed to employ tho city team at
$1.00 a day, and the chain gang, to clean
up the streets at once and romovo nil rub
bish and ofl'al therefrom, under the direc
tions of tho Hoard of Health. Carried
by tho following vote: ayes Huder, Cun
ningham, Fitzgeruld, Hurd, Mctcalf, Rear
den, Schuh, Sense, Strntton, Swayno, Tuy
lor, Wnldor and Winter 13. Nuys 0.
r.F.POUT OF COMMITTEE OS FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The Committee on Fire Department,
heretofore directed to inspect nnd report
upon the public cisterns of thocitv,rcport-
cd that thoy had examined tho same and
found them all in good condition asd
holding water. Tho Committeo also re
commended tho payment of tho bnlanco
duo to tho contractor for repairing said
cisterns, viz: ono hundred and thirty-flvo
On motion of Aid. Fitzgerald the report
Accompanying said report wus tho bill of
Jomes Quinn, tho contractor fdrropainng
said citterns, for tho bnlanco duo him, $136.
Aid. Cunningham moved to allow said
bill. Thu Chair refused to entertain tho
Councilman Schuh moved to refer tho
bill to tho City Comptroller. Carried.
On motion of Alderman Wintor, tho
Council thoreupon adjourned.
M. J. Howley,
ST. CHARLES THURSDAY, AUO. 17.
A. A. King, Rochestor, N.Y.
E. G, Thompson, Wisconsin.
Mrs. Wm. Horrell, Jackson, Ho.
Mrs. Joseph Hun tor, Jackson, Mo.
A. J. Hyrd, Jackson, Mo.
F. A. Mitchell, Louisville, Ky.
F. S. Rurnard, St. Louis, Mo.
J. M. ltuynolds, Chicago.
N. W. Carter, Tennessee
U.S. Whcelor, Chicago.
W. J. Kouutz, Pittsburg.
J. H. Mettair, St. Louis.
Wm. Railcy, St. Louis.
Thos. M. Haekett, St. Louis.
J, 11. Case, St. Louis.
W. J. Russell, St. Louis.
C. II. Gillett, Rull'alo.
J. F. Cumming, Metropolis, III.
Win. Koynaldo, Chicago.
F. D. Crews and usslstaut.
Chireneo Day, St. Louis. ; ,
Kobt. Thompson, Ky.
IUliaiilk and Safk. Dr. Henry
Hoot and Plunt Pills uro mild and pleaso
ant in tholr oporatlon, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Hcing en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regurd to diet or business. They
arouse tho livor nnd sccrctivo organs into
healthy action, throwing 0fT disctiso with
out exhausting or dobilitating the system
Try them und you will bo satisfied
Prico25 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and doalors in medlclnu everywhere
Prepared by tho Grafton Modicinu Co. St
Well regulated families iiso Gillet's.
Raffle. A lino kit of ship carnenter'a
tools und tilso u splendid kit 0f Joiner's
tools comploto, will bo rufilcd oil' on Satur
day evening, 10th inst., ut the cornor of
Soventoenth-st. and Commercial uvonuo.
Tho chances will bo CO cents each. A lino
string band will bo in ntlcndanco, and a
good tlmo tuny bo anticipated. Tho rafllo
ia for tho benolltof Mrs. Marlon, widow of
uo mio Auoi. .Marlon. tltd
AUGUST 18, 1871.
At LI 'bhoLr Rroi' Factory.
Sell Furniture for Cash ;
Twenty por cont.
Lower than nny othor Dealer In Culro.
Mado out of Soasonod Lumbor,
and will bo
Insured, for Six Months.
A Rare Chance
Boarding houses uto Qillot'i. ngl3
Parsons, Davis it Co.'s Quocnswaro House,
C & 7 Tenth street,
GiLlet'a washing crystal makes wash
ing cfly. ag 13
J, J. Thomas has fitted up the room
lutoly occupied by W. O. Worthingtons
on Commercial avenuo, whore ho is doing
a good businoss. Go and seo him and
glvo him a trial. IIo is prepared to do nil
kinds of work in tho photograph line, and
doos it vroll.
CoKNUiiiAL Fjslicity. Nothing tonds
moro'to connubial happiness than cheerful
and healthy Infants nnd children. Mrs.
Whllcomb's syrup is tho groat children!
soothing remedy. auglBdawlw
For Sale. At a bargain, a Davis' sow
ing machine Has never been used ; is
ontiroly now ; also, a now $80 Wilcox &
Gibbs, singlo thread, loop-stitch, sowing
machine. Enquire at tho
Ask your grocer for Gillet's snow whito
New Piiotoqraph Gallery. Wo no
tice that Mr. J. J. Thomas has fitted up
tho rooms lately occupied by W. O.Worth
ington in very good style, and, as an artist,
is doing excellent work that should entitlo
him to a fair share of patronage
For biliousness, costlvoness and impuri
ty of tho blood, use Dr. Rattingor's vege
lablolivor pills. Theso pills contain nolth
calomel nor any other mercurial prepar
alio::, act quickly and produco no griping,
For salo by Dr. M. J. McGaulcy, Cairo,
The hotols uso Gillet's cxtiacts nnd
Notice. From August 1st until further
notice, the fare per transit steamer Illinois
plying botween Cairo and Columbus will
be as follows : Ono way, $1.60; round trip,
$2.00. W. A. Lowtii,
Money refunded if Gillet's goods don't
k wouiu call tlie attention 01 cur
country friends who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very pleasant gallery on Commercial
avenuo for tholr accommodation, and is
really tho best artist we have had in Cairo
or a long Urns. tf
Notice. Dooming a knowledge of
chemistry necessary to tho student of all
sciences and professions, as well ns to tbo
mechanic, I propose to open a class of
chomistry of forty lossons, commencing
on tho first Monday in Sentomber noxt.
For particulars inquire at my ofllco, 142
VvOinmerciai uvenue, uairo.
dtd A. Wadoymab.
Try Gillet's double-strength extracts.
Phillip JJavoii is master of his trade,
and warrants oil of his work to bo of tho
very best material nnd manufacture; guar
antees a comploto fit and entire satisfac
tion, is not confined to any'partlcular stylo,
but makos ovory variaty of boots and shoes
from tho heaviest cowhldo to tho finest
French calf and morocco. IIo also keeps
a largo stock on hand, of hit own manufac
ture, and any one desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at Ills shop on Eighth st., couth side,
near corner of Ohio loveo, Cairo. dtf
J.R.Golladat'h fiftieth monthly draw
ing will take placo at Harrodsburg, Ky,,
August 28, 1871. Among tho list of prizes
nro $1,000.00 in greenbacks; splendid
building lot in Bowling Green, $750.00;
seven and one-fourth octavo Gablcrplano,
$000.00; horse and buggy, $600.00; build
lng lot in Rowling Green, $360.00 ; Ralco,
a thoroughbred Durham bull, bred by tbo
Shakors, South Union, Logan couuty, Ky.,
$360.00; gold watch and chain, $260.00,
lady's watch and chain, $200.00 ; diamond
ring, $150.00; diamond watch, $150.00;
$100.00 in gold ; also, 489 other prizes,
consisting of diamonds, gold and silver,
greenbacks, sowing machine, furniture,
carpets, gold and silver watches, dry
goods, fine paintings, standurd , books, etc.
Statement of drawing and prizes forward-
od promptly. For sola at II. C. Lofiln's.
Orders by mall shouid bo addressed to J.
R. Golladay, Bowling Greon, Ky.
Notlco l hereby siren that, whereas. William
J. Yoat did, on the tenth day of March, A. D.
i860, by his certain chattel mortgage convoy to
barali C. Kellogg, the two story brick alore
iiouho Biiuaieu on iui numuer aix iuj, in
Mck number twepty-flro (24), in (he city ot
Cairo, county of Alexander and state nl Illinois,
together with the leaaohold of aaid lot, running
until the lt day ot January. A. D. 1S74. with all
tho appurtenances thereunto belonging to secure
the paymtLt o( a certain promlasary note bear-'
log oven Unto therewith, given by aaid William
J, lost to aaid Harah O. Kollojtg for the sum ol
twenty-three hundred .dollars (12,300), payable
one year alter the date thereof. And, whereas,
default ban been made in the payment ol u part
ot said note,' to secure the payment whereof aaid
mortgagewaa executed. I, theundoralgned, II,
Wanton weiii), aiiornej lor iuiu niran v. neuogg,
roortgaeo, will under and by virtue of the pow
er and authority contained In said mortgage, nn
Monday, the lHth day of September, A, D 1871,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 2
o'clock p.m. of aaid day, at the premise, pro
ceed to Bell at public sale, to the highcat bidder,
lor cauli in hand, thonbovo described house and
lease, to satisfy tho amount duo on aiiid note.
II. Watson Whsb,
Attorney lor Sarah O. Kellogg, Mortgagee
Cal-o, Ills,, Aug. 16, U71. am
The undersigned, proprietors of the Daim amf
Wkkkly lti'LKTix, liavo JuM received an aasort
mentot the latest styles of Job Printing types,
and have now onuorthoinostcomplelo lobcttlces
ti the Houth nnd West. They Waiter themselves
that they possess lac 1 t ea for turning out
WiSSil'f !!i U",t Mln " ihe Arfi all work
fnitff h. "'em' from ' "inallesl card or
rfiw i..Ji".?.,!"m"0."' Vtr, and at prion
which leave with pur buauicsi men no uoid ox
ens for sending thir work t 6t) Conl,hcinclu.
li Chicago. JNO. U.OBEKlVacO.
Slonmor Askansns Hollo, Evansvllio.
II II I .a. ... ' . .as
A. Baker, Hickman.
Mollm Moore, New Orleans.
;,mc? PIsk Jr-i Paducah.
Grand Tower. Hi t ..t.
Dick Johnson, Kvnnsvlllo.
Steamer Arkansas Hollo, Evansvllio.
" HurkSvlIle. T.miUvlltn
A. Bakor, Capo Girardeau.
Molllo Mdore, St. Louis.
'Jn.mc Vi,k Jr-i lVJucuh.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
Dick Johnson, tmultl..
" Hoe, St Louis.
" Shannon, Now Orleans.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Slosmor City of Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.'
" James FIsk. Jr.. Paducah,
" Illinois, Columbus.
" John Lumsdon, Evnnsvllle.
" Susslo Silver, Now Orleans.
' O. H. Church, Now Orleans.
Tho James Howard has got off and Is
lying at tho bank taking her freight on
board, which will bo delivored under pro
test. Sho is apparently uninjured.
The C. 11. Church grounded the hull of
tho Walter B. Dance, which sho had in
tow, at Grccnlcaf's and came out and
got the Tom Rccs to go up and pull it oil'
ns there was not water enough to let her
get at it
Tho dredge boat Oetavla Is engaged in
dredging tho bars between hero and St
The Shannon departed for New Orleans
towing tbrco barges, two of them loaded
with freight, tho other with coal
Hill Perry is making a trip on tho
Grand Tower. Jthn Cranco i acting chief
clerk during tho Jnbseitceof Tom Whit
who is off on business.
iue i.ouisviuo una Arkansas met
packet company want $20,000 to pay oil
Tho worst places on tho river below
hero are Presidents Island, Choctaw and
Island 93. i
Tho Hello St. Louis will bo laid up at
Memphis. Tbo R. R. Walt will tako her
place in tho St. Louis and Vlcksburg
trado during the low water season.
Tho river is so low at St, Louis that thu
stone dyke, built under tho supervision
of Gen. Itobcrt K. Lee when ho was cap
tain in command of tho St. Louis arsenal,
can bo seen several inches abovo the sur
Nick Cauiday, fireman on tbo Sam
Brown, was downed, three miles below
Wbcoling, last Sunday, while bathing.
The snag boats, Zbra and Greenback,
are doing valuable, servlco in removing
the snags nnd other obstructions in thu
The Ohio at this point is still falling, and
is lower now than it has been nnytimelhis
season, and in all probability the rock at
tho point, known us thu Hucon Hock, will
bo visible, by tho last of tho mouth, for
tho first timo since 185f
At Cincinnati tho river is rising, with
five feet four inches in tho channel.
The Mississippi is tailing at St. Louis.
Tbo upper Mississippi is rising below
Keokuk and falling above.
Business continues activo on tho land
inc. Tho Arkansas Hello has not laid up us
was roportod. Sho arrived with a fairro-
shlpping trip, which consisted of 360 bbl
flour, 97 bbl. meal, 22 bbl. hominy, 133
bales bay, 217 bsgs outs, 74 bags corn, 10
bbl. npplcs, 10 bblhisky, 1 Bnw mill boil
er, 10 bales straw, for New Orleans; alio
several small lots of freight for Memphis
and St. Louis.
TheBurksvillo from Clarksville had 22
tons of iron for St. Louis, which sho dis
charged at tho Illinois Central wharfboat,
and two hhds. tobacco. Sho will enter tbo
Loulsvillo und Cairo trado.
The Mollie Mooro hud n fair trip for St.
Louis. Sho discharged at tho Illinois
Central railroad 200 bdls. hides. Sho lost
considerablo timo assisting tho boats that
wero aground below here.
Tho Jus. Fisk, Jr had a small trip.
Sho came into port with her colors flying
and prcsontcd u gay itppeurnnco. Wo
presume that Col. James Fisk has recov
ered from his wounds received on tho
bloody 12th, and Capt. Dorso Smedloy is
celobrating tho event.
Tho Grand Towor had a fair trip and
received considerablo freight bore.
Tho Dick Johnson arrived with a good
trip from Evausvllle, consisting of flour,
hay, meal, furniture, etc. This is her first
trip. Hereafter sho will run its an inde
St. T.otiiH. Aue-ust 17. Arrived M. .1.
Arnia Johnson, upper Mississippi. Rlvor
falling slowly. Weather clear nnd pleas-
'"louisville, August 17. River station
ary, 10 inches in chute, 0 feet on Portland
bar, 4 foot largo on grassy Hats, 2 feet at
French island. Packets betwuen hero and
Evansvllio having much trouble getting
ovor bars. Furtlally cloudy, but pleasant.
Hlghost thermometer 84. Tho big Umpire
loaves for Cairo to-morrow.
Clly XntloiMl Uaak IlnlliUtiK,
Special attention paid to orders from boatJ,
night and day.
J. GEO. STEIN1IOUSE,
Or. Mtil 'oiiinercltI-T.
aurciean Towels and
ioa-r.a.11.. ri ehlldrcn'H hair cut and sham
pooed, either at the ehop or at their own homes.
asT-rinntin men's whiskers snd hair dyed In a
cicntlQii inoiLHtr. BaUelaCtlQu isuwaflU'cd.
. H. V.; llob Jtoy, .Mcmpuis, n.
, Bed river. DopartoU h. ft. Jor-
, St. Paul; City Vlcksourg. icKnuurK,
-irnifi VAiv. Iluntsv HO. rnoria
(loyernor, John M. Palmer I
Moulenant-aovornor, John Dougherty I
Secretary of State, lilwaid II n in mil (
t,ill'orof Htate, Cl 15. Ltpplncolt
stab Treasurer, 15. N. Hale
sup'. I'ubtln Infraction, New .on Ilalcinan.
Senators l.yinnn Trumbull and John A. Logaitj
Iteprevnlatlve fur the Main at Irre Vacancy,
ItcrrcKiiUU.vc Thirteenth District John it
MEM HERS GEN ERAL ASSE.M II LY.
Keimlor., 1st Dlsttlct- T. A. K. Ilol.-omb o
Union, ami H. K. lUnn,of Cliilttln.
Ilepresentatlve, 1st Dl.trl, t. II- Wutsuu Wi bu
Judge D. J. linker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney I. F. McCartney, of
Clroult Clerk Jno. Q. llannan.
Hhenn-A. II, Irvln.
Wm. Martin, Assessor and Tieastirer,
Judge P. llross.
Asaocalcs J..K. McCrlteand B. Marchlldcn.
Clerk Jacob (1. Lvuch.
Cordner lohu II. (lotsman.
Mayor John M. I,nsden.
Trcamter J. II. Taylor.
Ctimptro ler 15. A. Ilurni-ti
Clsrk llichanl Howley.
Marshal Andrew C-lu,
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police MagMtrate F. Hrots au 1 II. Bhaa.
Chlel ol Pol Ice L. It. Myers.
l'olico Constables John Hhelban, (day), and
J", 11. velrrun ami J. W. Sumner, (night.)
Mayor John M. I.anden,
First Ward-P, O. Hihuh.
tfocond Ward C. It. Woouwanl. .
Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-9. Staat Tsylor.
Cityat-Iuge W. P Halllday and D. Hurd.
HOARD or ALDERMEN.
FllWr WAIID-Jamis llrarden,
ECO NDWAII1-I!. ll.JCunnlngham,
TninD WAHD-Wm. Stratton,
FOUHTII WAIID-Jamea Carroll,
O. II. Sense.
Time of iletting.
T..U.I..., V. ..-M . , . t. - ., ... .
aoASD or Aimaarji.
The Hoard of Aldermen meet on the firs
Monday and Tueday In every month.
COMMITTEES OF TIIK COUNCIL.
On Kit, til Mrsira. Tstlnr. U'.lrl.r Winter.
Woo.l and Metcalf.
1 . . ' . I. , .. . , I . . V -.1
aid, r.rane acd Halllday.
Flr.it f...,. L.I Citnfiinitliafn .n,l Ifll,
Oniins Mesr.Seae, WslderandTajlor.
Jfaflr'sMes!. Schuh, Winter and" Kleb.
I-W.,:.. l.-.r. V,.n lu-,,1 U..nA.n.l 11,,
tUnnrt Meisr. Hurd, -Irattcn and Mctcall.
r I ' it ' . , r i . . , . . . .. . i . i i..--
deo, Wintrr.Htratton and Ci.rcll.
Piea -lung, e'abbath at 10', a. m , nnd 7J-J r.n.
Prayer meeting, WKlneiidHy at 7H r. m.
intendent. liev. C II. roots, I'sJler.
MCTIIODIbT-Cor. llighlh and Walnut Fls.
Preaehiny, Habljath 1") j a. and 7 r. m.
Prsyiir meeting, Wednea.iay, 7f r. u.
Sumlay School ,1 p. x. I., w. stuweii, tiupir-
inten dent. Itev. F. L.Tmmrsos, Pastor.
CllbllCII OFTnF. ItEDEEMElt-Kpi"Pl).
Morning prayers, Sabbath 10$ t. u.
Evening prayeriJIJ.r. f.
Sabbath School, 9 a. v.
Key. Ms. Coin, Rector.
HT. PATItIOK'8 CHUIICII-Sor. Mnth St. and
Public Service, gabbsth and 10i a. k.
Vesper. 3 T. u.
Sunday School, 3 r. w.
fetrvice every day, Sr. x.
Her. P.J. O'IIallosas, Priest.
Sabbath School, 9 a ., t-abbalh.
Preaching, Sabbath 10; a. m and 7) r. .
Iter. J. Fku.id, Pastor.
.....n.K. ......n... r' . I , tr. , , ,1... t. .t
Church, Eighteenth Street. Babbath Hcnool 3
J, II. Used, Superintendent.
..a.... r. . I. I 'I TI .. tuft , TX . LUHfll I.IAU TI....
Prayer room of the Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7S
the Prayer room of tho Presbyterian churcn.
U. Pasioxs, President.
AFRICAN M. i:. Fourteenth SI. between Walnut
Services, Sabbath, 11 a, m.
Sunday School, IX r, .
Class 3 r. m.
Preaching, 7K r. m. Iter. Win. Jackson, Pastor
SECOND FHEE-W1LL UAPT1BT Flfleenth Bt,
between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, 1, and 3 r. m.
Iter, N. Kicks, Pastor.
FltEE-WIM. IIAPTI8TII0ME M1SM10.M bUN
DAY KCIIOOlf-Corner walnut and Cedar BU.
SiindnyScliool.tl A. M.
J'lItST FIII5E WILL BAPTIST CIIUKCH-Cur-
Services, riabbath 11 a. v., 3 r. M. and 7K r. at.
Kv. Wm, Ksllst, Pastor.
F1HST MIKSIONAHY BAPTIST CllimCII-Hft-ween
lUlh and 11th streets, near Cedar.
Preschlnit Sabbath V A. h., and 7f r. .
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
ll..:.-l.nH Vrl.lnv ...nln.
Sabbath Huhool, 1VJ r. m, John Van Uaxteiand
Mary Hyphens Superiiilendents.
Itev. T J. Hhosis, Paator.
wnereas, William it. iiumeann ""
hi wile, did on the Kid day of June, A. D.
execute their certain inortgago or deedol trusi
lo Isham N. Haynleto secure. certain notes there
in iiientioncd, which deed of trust was duly ac.
. . .. . I,. ..b-
knoHieiigeu aim recoriioii in mio -u
mid 331 in the recorders ofllco of Alexander coun
ty, Illinois, And whereas, default has been made
In the payment of said notes. Now. therefore.
In accordance with II o provisions of said deea
and by virtue of tho powers therein coutalned. I
will, on Friday, the 1st day of September, A. D.
exander county, State ol Illinois, at !el'X'ki
eaid day proceed to sell the following descrinea
Eroperty, situate lying Intheeity of Cairo, to-wit.
ota. numbered -ov.nt.eu ( nf, elghtn (IS),
nineteen mi ihki iji "i r- "i
wss caused to lie platted and recorded by Messrs.
Taylor and Davis, thu same being desorlbert in
Haiil ueea oi irusi, iur ensu in iisau w
lildder, and will execute to tho purchaser or pur
chasers a deeJ for the same. ,,
JL116AUbill u. UA 1PII
Administratrix tor Isham N. llavnie
July'Cith, 1S71. iv30-ietd.
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
The Forty-Third Annual Session of the
Will open on Monday Bept. 4th, '71
This if the only Institution ofl.earnldg Inths
west, having been established In If-J. The coursu
of studies oilers every facility for acquiring a
thorough Claastcol and Commercial education.
Catalogues containing iustrustlons to narents
andful particulars, Will l sent on apdlicatlon to
Ilsv. B. II, aiU.NTJaHEOK, 8. J.
I'KiMent, m, Louis Uaimsity,