TIME TARLKOF THK ILLINOIS CXNTRAI. "
On n f after Hunday, Jl Hlh. IS7I, ' J110"
mf nrne-lablo will gotern llio arrftsl and depart
ure of passmgtr trin at Cairo i
Vnarf-Mall train, dally ,rr'm'
Kiprcse, daily '
.1mt-Mall,daily V"" . a'1'1'
Kxprt s, dally, except Hiimlny 3:30 )..m.
Nochanreofcars fromCairo lo ft. l,onl. f0
ehanire rfcars fruin Claim lo Cilcngo. Klant
Iiranlng Hoom sleeptntf oars on niKtit train-.
llnKKtk-f checked lo nil important )int.
The Attention of shippers Is rfWly
-(led to the fact Hint a Fruit Kxpre-s ''"ln wl"
"ve Cairn it . BnturJ i- rx w ted, and Mill
ake the run from tttl lo Uliieajio uitcnt
two hours. JA. Jull.V-ON, Agent.
'.MOUND C IT V AM) CA1K
THE STEA3MTG, CACHE
Cut. AVim.ia.m II. Sandusky.
Lkavk Mr. City,
rvot or rioutii rnitKt.
At 7 A.VI.
At... 10 A.M.
At 1 V.M.
At & r.M.
At 8.30 A.jt
At 11.30 a.m.
At U.30 r.M
At 0.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. AVIIEX HAILED,
nor factory, hawk' ib landixo, ky
mouth ok cache, marine way.,
AND NAVY YAKTI.
QUICK EST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. LoUlf, I.0UISVlI.LE,-ClNCINNATI, CHI
CAGO, Jfr.w York, Hosto.v,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trolns arrive at nnd leave Cairo of foh
Aiaivr. Bi3oa.m 3i30p,m.
DtrikT 1 HI5 . m l!i3 p.m.
Doth trnin connect at Centralla with train on tne
Pani, Docatur, HloomlnRtcn, HI Paso, La Salle,
juenaoia, rreepori, uaiena, imuuque, ami
all points In Illlnoh, .Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin ami
IB Iowa. And lth;
Lines running Eat and West for
St. Louis, Hpajngfielit, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Imvanapolif, Columbus.
AnJ at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and IMlaburff. Port Wayne
and Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
Nlagro Kails, Erie, llutlalo,
."New York, Pittsburg, Ilaltlmore,
AND ALL TOINTS EAST.
For throuEh tickets and Information, apply to
Illinuis Central Railroad Depot.
W. I. JOHNSON,
General Pasenger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Anent, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTIIEASTEJtN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 2th, IS7I, Uamntil
ruu as loKoK.ii
TailM BOIKO POlTllr.iST.
. 6:17 "
Leave Virginia t.:Hiji.in...
Arrive at I'ana ll:tu m
TBAI.VJ OOI.0 nOKTIItVCJT.
, ,. BA1""''
Arrive a: sprlnRneld...C;i: " ..
Leave Spsmgtiel J .,.-ia) ,
Arrive at Vlri:ipa.......b.25 "
TRAIKS UOINO SULTllr.ST.
I.eato Edgewood t.SOo.m
Arrive at Khawneetown3;53n m..
. .l T,k "ao OUTiiurtsT.
Leave shawneetown 5: 15 a.m
. V flora ass. ..
Arrive at Edgewood 4:Jo "
OijinHcisai AHiland with Jacknonvlllo division
of Chicago and Alton Killroad. for Jacksocnlh.
A? Snr,,,,iu n " Mint" WM.' '"' '
Toledo' wif Hi "'"'th eoso and Alton, and
loieilo, Waba-h and Wetorn Rallruil V..r
wi-aT'iiri veMV''1' lmH t'rthjiiorth
At ran a uith tn,l an.i u i . ...
ctitf?A:iu c"iui8 ,,iTi",on ,""'
AtHora,rith Ohio ftnj Mississippi Jtailroal
ALI.K.V,.MUJiKKY k AV11EKLKU
William J. Allen, 1
John II. Mlllkey, ,L
SainiKd P Win ilt r.J
OFncK ROOMh 7 AND 8 WINTER'S 1II.OCK.
I iwu H.rireeii, 1
Wdti.in II fiilbeet, I
M e. IMiilUrl, J
W i i kju , Tireeii,
I-.",!ml;,atb!,.V..e.n.,.'0D B'"" ,0 "'"
OHIO LEVEE, UOOM.1 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL 11ANK.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT JIAIIKK1
t'UAN. UAVKIt A VO.,
K1;i.oiC?,,,,,,l,' ? ,h"nd n' ,,Mt f ""I
n,. '. Iambi aatisage. puddlni;
Orders i.rfm.iiui.ii. i i ....
.- , "iiwi.aniiaausjaclionwHrran
Uulrhcr mm! l,rr In i, HUM Vr, U
Coi Nlttrw, M, y,miH (,,,.,,.
TiUYH and .Uinlitiis only the i-fV I .... A
for fre.h meu fr6Snon yWu,i
i imiuihu. liiritr
The Illinois Central Had Road Coini.-.uy now
Oder fur le tliu (olio liiKUchcrlUil 0! hi J.,r
i.UMWH v ...v v.. j w. vauu, lift
I i Lot 27 block 20.
i (a 20,
6 " K2,
Lot 51 block e2,
C " ft,
.1 23 M, .
Tor terms, etc. apply o
! as " u.
North. Through... X. .0tJ.lii. 2.uup.m
.i vBr Ji!flp:m. Ilj00p.m.
South, Way l?-9.Im- "iWp.ni
" Thronch N. 0 Menw ' .'
phlsnn.l Columbus 2.30 p.m. liOOp.m,
Ohio ltler route, (except
Mondav) 6;00p.m. COO p.m.
Iron Mnunlun H. It 2:30a.m. ll!i)p.m.
Miss. l!irr route, Tuesday.
,nrt Friday B:)p.m. 7.1'tp.m.
Tiiel', (Jjoe Island Athuitn
IV, III'-, Thursday A l r.
,l.v s COii p.m. 7iina.ni,
Marilli Illandvillc hQiI
I.orelaor, Ky ILOOain. 4.trtii.m.
orrica unvai. i
General ILlnery 7i30n.m.
Money Ordfr depaitmcnt 8.00 ft.m. COO
Itegixter " " " :00.tn. B.W)p.in
Money Order and ltejtster departmente tit
open on Sundays., . . .
Catfti) CoMMANDrkv, Ko. U Staled Assembly
'. the Asjlum Maonii Hall, llrt and thirdlSa..
urdava In each mouth.
. OAUurhCIL, No. 21. HegUlaf CSntoCAtlOnat
Maon:c Hall, the second Friday In each month.
Cairo CimTEP., No. 71 Secular Convocation
at .Miiiomc Hall, on the Ihlrd Tuesday of every
"cUii'i Inur, No. 237 K. A A. M -Regular Com.
munioAtions at Maonlc Hall, the second and
fourth Mondajsol each month.
Ill lta Lotur, No.iCS F. A. M.-IleRtllar Cpm
munlcnlions at Masonic Hall flrst and third
Thursd.ij s In each month.
AitxAMHB Loiwr, 221. Meets In Odd Kcllow'a
IWlMnArK-t1" Iliilldlng, every Thtiraday even.
Ini!, at So'clojk.
IMilIUIiel every iiioriilnK, Mondnj' cz
The best Crosse & Hlnckwoll's csionco
of shrimp, at Jorgen sen's. tf
Kiniili.vo. 500 "glass boxes " for salo
ot 6 cents each. AV. AV. Thornton.
3Iilk Cows ror. Sale. Two fresh
milk cows with young cnlves for sftle. En-
quiro of D. Hurd & Son.
Cairo, August 17, 1071. Iw
Notice. From August 1st until further
nnllce, Iho faro per transit stcamor Illinois
plying between Cairo and Columbus will
be ns follows : One way, 51.60; round trip,
$2.00. V. A, Lowth,
lv you want imported assorted French
pickles, go to Jorgcnscn's. tf
J. J. Tiiomah hns fitted up tho room
lately occupied by AV. U. AVorthingtons
on Commercial avenue, where ho is doing
good business. Go and soo him nnd
givo him a trial. He is prepared to do nil
kinds of work in tho photograph line, nnd
docs it well.
Fon French cherries in syrup go to Jor-
New 1'hotoouavh Gallery. AVo no
tice that .Mr. J.J. Thomas has fitted tip
tho rooms lately occupied by AV. O. AVorth
ington in rery good styli', nnd, ns an artist,
is doing excellent work that should entitle
him .to a fair shuru of patronago.
Notice. Deetninir n knowledjro of
chemistry necessary to tho student of all
mechanic, 1 propoo to open n class of
chemistry of forty lessons, commencing
on tho first Monday in Septomber next.
For particulars inquire at my office, M2
Commercial avenue, Cairo.
l'd A. AVadoymaii.
Try (llllet's double-strength extracts.
Notice to Sinn-Ens. Until further
notico tho transit steamor, Illinois, will ex
tend her trips to Hickman twico a week,
iticsuny una l-ridny mornlnL's, nnd
If tho amount of freight will Justify her In
so doing, blic will make three or four trips
per week. For tho present, frelubt will
be received 'on the Transit AVhurf Uoat
only on Mondays nnd Thursdays.
j ...m en Johnson, Agent.
Ciilrn, 111., Alig. 18, 1871. dlw
Wi: would cull the attention of our
country frlunds who want tu get good
picturus to cull on J. J. Thomas, who bus
n vory pleaunt gallery on Commercial
iivenuo lor their uccoinmodallun, nnd is
really tho beat artist wuhayo hud in Cairo
or a long time. jf
Ask your grocer for (lillot's snou white
Notice. Allen, .Mtilkuy A- AVJieeler
liavo reinoveil to tho KJrt .Vntbnnl Hank
building on the Ohio Luvto. Aug. 2V,:H
families usu (lillct'f.
Kei.iaiili: and Save. Dr. Hunrv
Hoot and i'lant Fills nro mild and nlcasu
ant It their operation, yut thorough, jiro
duciug no nausea or griping. IJelng on
tlruly vegetable, they can bo taken with-
OUt reuanl to diet or linsinmi: I'lin,
arouse tho ltvur mid ee.rctivo orguns Into
healthy action, throwing oil' dliouso with-
out oxitaiutlng or debilitating tho System
fry them ami you will bo satisfied
l'rlcoL'5 cents u box. Sold bv druggists
nnd dealers in' medlcinu 'Uvcrywhoro
Prepared by tho Grafton Medlcino Co., St
1. H. Golladay'k fiftieth monthlvdrnw.
itig will take place nt llarrodsburg, Ky.,
August 2x, 1871. Among tho list of prizes
aro 1 1,000 (X) j greenbacks; splondid
building lot in Howling Green, $750.00;
seven and one-fourth octavo Cinblor piano,
$000.00 j horso and buggy, 500.00; build
fng lot in Howling Green, $300.00; Halco,
n thoroughbred Durham bull, bred by tho
Shakers, South Union. Li iL'an rnntilv L'.
S300.Oi; gold watch nnd chain, 250.00,'
lady's vratch nnd chain, :'000; diamond
lb0.00: illntnnml ...l..l, CI en nr..
-n-ts, K;,a nt:;t ;,rn,u,,ro'
Paintings, U" S
b ateme.it of drawing and ,,ritw '
od promptly. For wla uVUi o. S;
postolllco building, Cairo, lui,,"i,
") 'i tnomu uo uuurcssed tod.
h. uoiiauay, fowling Uroen, Ky.
Last nlghl, sultry.
OUr merchants nro prormringr iJor,,tlio
Charley Artor's burglar Is nnmod llo
gan. He Is from Memphis.
Sltrlvo's colobrnled 11 o'clcck lunch
ovestcrs nt Jorgcnsen's. If
Four hundred ticket to tho Arab ball
havo already bean sold.
AVo rcgrot to learn that Mr. Geo.
Mncklo is seriously 111 nt Ann.
-Houpl will rccoivo In a fow days an
involco of spectacles direct from hoglsnd.
Capt. Dugan has CO kegs of nails, of
all sizes, on tho Eckert, Tor salo at law ug
Everybody goes to Jorgonson's family
corcery for tho Halford LichesUrhlro
Tho custom houso will not be roady
for occupancy by tho postofflco until Fob
At Jorgenson's may bo found tho pop
ular French aisorted plcklos. tf
Mr. M. D. Harroll Is mentionod as a
posslblo cnndldato for tho county troas
urship. Thoso Fronch Cherries, In syrup,; so
popular with connoisurcs, nre sold by Jor
Tho report that Tuk Bullktin
has tho cholera is incorrect. IU bowels,
llko its head, aro level.
Tho plans and specifications of tho St.
Joseph German Catholic church will do
roady for inspection in a day or two.
Tlirco of tho Mound City Pastimes,
during tho game of baso ball played yes
terday with tho Cairo Deltas, mutlnlod.
Major Kuykendall was in tho city yes
terday, Unapprcclatlvo man that he is,
he did not call on The Bullktin.
Rockwell & Co. have Just received an
Invoico of all kinds of shool books used In
tho public schools of Cairo and tho sur
Go to Jorgensen's for imported Dun-
deo orango marmalade, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
choice Genesee figs. tf
The public schools of this city will
open on the first Monday in September.
Mr. AV. II. V. Raymond, of Springfield,
has been appointed principal. Mr. Ray
mond is reputed to beono of tho best edu
cators in the stato.
Tho Shawneetown Qaitttt replies to
tho charge that tho cadet investigating
committee wronged young Smyth, of this
city. Tho reply does not dispose of the
charges mado, as wo shall snow as soon as
wo can get together tho cvldonco. ,
Hon. D. AV. Munn has been visiting
Shawneetown. Morgan compilmonts him
as tho best popular radical orator of South
ern Illinois nnd "a man of a warm, gener
ous heart, a gontloman in the fullest ap
plication of the term."
Tho school directors have provided
for tho education of tho colored children
of tho city. They hnfe rented Talford's
school-bouse, and employed him with as
sistants. They have also rented the Afri
can Methodist church building, on Four
. . 1 1. ..--- - - j 1 . . .
teachers to preside In it and teach the
young colored idea how to shoot..
Every dollar you pay a Now-York
life insurnnco company is permanently
withdrawn from circulation in this state.
Tho laws of New-York compel tho compa
nies to keep all their funds invested within
thu limits of that state, or within fifty
miles of New-York city. Tho Life Associa
tion invests its money whero it is taken.
Tno most popular shoo shop In town
is on aOth street opposite tho court house
hotel, whero AVm. Ehlers manufactures
boots nnd shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo, of Jho best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guanralocs to givo
entlro satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it is yourself. Jy20tf
A colored woman, on Tuesday even
ing, Inserted liar left leg into a hole in the
sidewalk on Commercial avenue, between
Eighteenth und Nineteenth streets, and
was hold n prisoner until some kindly dis
posed persons procured a crowbar and
pried a plunk loose. Gentlemen who saw
tho leg, ufter it was released, asuuro us that
it uns not injured.
.Air. Rosen water, of the well-known
dry goods houso of Goldstoln & Rosonwn
ter, Is now in Now-York purchasing a full
stock for tho fall trado. AVith tbem the
campaign has alreudv opened, and In
voices of new fall goods of every descrip
tlon nro being received dally. Tho firm is
wide-awako and deserving of succoss, and
uro now, wo lire glad to say, doing nn Im
mense business in their line. auuULCt.
Tho Delta boys feel "good" ovar.tholr
victory of yesterday. Thoy visited The
Bulletin offlce, captained by Bon. AVhlt-
takor, nnd gavo us threo cheers, to tho mu
sic of Duko's orgnn. Tho bovs appreclato
The Bulletin. Thoy know that to it
tho credit for their victory is due. If wis
had not incited them to do their best, they
could not havo succoeded. The fact 1,
The Bulletin is ns much at homo on
baseball ns religion.
AVIlllam Alba's burber si op is grow
ing in public favor overy day. It Is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skillful workmen In tho city. Tho pro
prlctor hns had ninny yours' experlorico In
his business nnd is recoguizod nsonobf the
most expert shavers in Southorn Illinois,
wliilo young Alba is n master In his pro
fession, Citlr.ens and strorigors who wish
n painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut In tho latost "stylo'shoUld
patronlzo Alia, His shop is on Commer
cial nvciiui) next door to Uiainon's nows-
depot. ' dtf
Rev. Mr. Coan, of thin city, will preach
on Sunday, tho 27th Inst., nt Shawnco-
town, whero nn oflort is being made to es
tablish uu Episcopal church, Tho Gtnette
says of Mr. Coan i "Ho is a highly edu
cated gentleman, a polished upoakor, nnd
a profound rca6oiuir." " It Is expected,"
ays tho Ucittte, that Mr. Coun will bo
accompanied by II. II. Candoo, Esq., of
ulro. Mr. Candoo Is tho superintendent
of Uio Ki,i,COpn, Sabbath school tn Cairo,
and Is one of thv Wlshd mosl tlloroucn
Complaints harn boon made bersuse
Mr; Geo. frlsher, collector of customs of
this port, will not ndmlt Into tho hospital
all river men who present to him n corllf
Icato that the benror hns booh employed on
a steamer; but tho complaints nro not
woll-founded, .. The. Jaw- Wqlii ros a river
man applying for admission to tho hosplt
f'jto Otrn(sh satisfactory evidence that ho
has been for thrcO months, W longer, em
ployed on the rlvor previous to tho tlmo of
making the application, and persons fur
nishing such evidence to Mr.. Fisher never;
fall to train. admittance to tire tOibUal at
this city. t
PuiLLir BaVou Is master of his trade.1
and warrants nil of his work to bo of tho!
very best material and manufacture ; guar
antees a complete lit and ont,lro jatisfac-J
lion, iinoi connnea w anyrpanrcuiar style,
but makos ovory variety ofoots and shoes
from tbo heaviest cowhido to the inest
Pro rich calf an
morocco, lie also keep!
a largo stock on hand;B hlsWhn manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him nt his shop on Eighth et,- sou thl side
near cornor of Ohio loveo, Cairo. dtf
The game of bate ball played
Hound City yesterday bttweon tho Doltai,
0ffy.cUv.,and' the Pastimes, of Mound
City; roiul ted Mn a decided victory for tho
uatro ooys. 4Tha ecoro stood as follows
tlmti mm. v.
J. RulUvan.-Sd h... o
Khutan, e ..
Daionla, c. r......h
Can hoy, 3d b
Bowles, s.i m
Broderlck, 1st b..
J Uarmony Jtd t
j. uatsasjj .... i
VT. OO0OD(Utat b 4
F. Eldrad. o.;..... 4 1
W. Wilson, lf..... l 6
N. Booth, c. f.., ,3 3
K.SulUvan, ,'..) 4 3
I 1 27 S3
Inaincs 1 ti4 T8a
Delta SI 101815 I 21 21 11 IS
l'.stlroatSI 7 1 X 6 1 3 1 s o o-M
Oom Thatcher. Umpire.
Bcorers. DUs. C. C. Mason. PastimM. I). II
, Jorgonssn has a great run for Capt.
nvhite's oriental pickles. i 'tf
Reuben Smith complains that Mr,
Harrell, one of the school directors, dis
thawed him from the jsnitorsblp of the
Thirteenth street school, because he votod
for Mr. Webb. He says Mr. Harrell told
him that this was his reason for dlicharg
Ing him ; but Mr. Harrell has a peculiar
way of answering an improper question in
proper manner, and did so In this in
stanco. Tho fact is, however, that Mr.
Harrell had promised tho position io an
other colored man, who, for a long time,
filled the position to tho satisfaction of
every person, and he disebnrgod Smith to
mike room for him. AVe are sure,.. that,
although Smith filled the positionIn
falthiul manner, no person will havo'rea
son to regret tbo change The now jani
tor is a faithful and honest man, popular
with every person who knows him. i
Smith & Brjnkmeycr, at tho corner of
Commercial aYonuo and Eighth street, aro
agents for the salo of tho now AVilson Sew
ing Machines, to which they wish to call
the especial attention of the public. If li
tho cheapest machine In the market, sell
ing $20 cheapo r thwnany of its rivals;
anu is, in every respect, equal to tne best.
All kinds of sewing Heavy and light
can bo done on 11 In tho vnrv hn j-t.
and it Is not liablo to get out of order. It
is emphatically tho poor man's macblno,
being within tho reach of the poorest fam!
ly in the country. Mossrs. B. & B. invite
the public to call and examino it
A few days ago the gold watch and
chain of Mrs. Thomas Halliday was stolen
and suspicion settled upon a female serratt
who bad quit her servico and left for St.
Louis. Chief Myers took the can, and
when the boat on which the suspected wo
man had taken passage landed at the
wharf in St. Louis placed her under ar
rest. She protested her innoconcc, and
told Myers that Mr. Ualliday's carriage
drivor, Sam, was the thief and that ho bad
given her money and advised her to leavo
Cairo to ward suspicion from himself. On
Myers' arrival at homo, Sam was placed
unaor arrest. Ho also doc ared his Inno.
cenco, but said ho had scon tho suspected
woman Lido something in the yard undor
tho dining room window, and lie had no
doubt tho watch would bo found there.
Search was instituted, and tho watch found
in tbo placo indicated.
Cairo Orphan Asylum. AVo ore in
formed that this institution will bo closed
unti thoro is a greater demand for its
ministrations than there is at prosent.
Tho iiutnbor of orphans has dwindled to
onc,jand tho oxponso of sustaining tho asy.
luiu is too great to Justify Its supporters
in maintaining it any longor. Tho col
lections, during fho present, year, havo
been as follows : ' '
, l. K. llarclay. May
James Johnson, June
t. 1). Williamson "
II. Watson Wtbh
I 2 10
, 3 00
. 2 2
, 2 ca
, a 7t
" James Jolmaon, Julr.,,
- O D; Williamson; .
, s oo
, .3 OO
Mr. W. I. Halliday
" Hurd, June
11 Jleadorsonj June,,
, 2 00
i 3 20
.. 3 00
l,.... ll 00
Amount to Mrs. Waltara,
" ' Pink
" ' W. W.Thoratoa
I ......(, MM.
Amount due ..MM4ta6
" received from Mra. Johnaeo. I 00
Mri. WiI11bmo. 60
Amount paid W. W. TnoraUn, Tr;
CAiao, 111 , AliiuitZS, mil
Mr. AV. W. Thornton,' Trealurjr of the
Association, reports as follows : '
July I, Wl-Cash on hand (IS 63
Aug. 2", ' reo'd from Mil. U, I),
Tfliuwiliavu........ o 70
July 7, IB71-Cashpald Mr. Pink $la CO
July 31, " " Ward for -wood See
Aug. 12, " aawlng " 75
Aug. 22, 11 Mrs. Walters, 3 Mi
Aug. 23, 't on hnJ,...-...,.M-. 2 is
OynTKRB. Louis Horbert has alwas on
hand' n fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys
tors. J . tf -
Fok Salk Low. Sixty, kegs pf dam.
aged nails, on board steamor Eck'ort,
tUo landing. All sites. '
AUGUST 24, 1871
THK FIMT MlSSIOKAnr HAITI8T crtTJAnn
ov cairo m tinoM'tN thk mission-
rk&uv BBrORT Or.BKOBIpTS.
' ' j i i !
t . Cairo, IU., August 21, 1S7I.
2 the Editor, of Th Cairo llullchn t
Sins For the Information of tho Bap
tist denomination, and .tho religious pub
lic goncrally, will you pleaso publish tho
following report of tbo results of our
offorts In this part Of tho state, dur
Ing the put weok, to ottaln money to liq
uidate our church debt' of about f 800 7,
And, In doing so, allow us to return tho
thanks ofthe First Missionary Baptist1
Church or Cilrq to 6ur liberal friends
abroad for thalr donations glren to our
agent, XLier ,AVro. Qradenhatrer. who has
bMn 'ifrfflVT!?' fritbful In the work
ntrtuM-to.liim. We bars received, by
the ha of EUer Gradenhagor, tho fol-
lowiif sumi or money, vli;
St. J.ratmer. cabendala..
...A. ,', n,, ae 00
IIU.III,,HMH, 4 00
Clear Oraek Asaociatloa-.
on.1 j38 20
Hie lr-ifniarfTimf,of Chicago, will
confer a favor on the church in Cairo by
- - a t .
copying mis report.
T. 3. SooBxs, Pastor.
F. Bross, County Judgepresiding : Jacob
G. Lynch, Clerk.
AVkdnkbday, August 23
'Court met pursuant to adjournment.
1 Jacob Caublo, executor of tbo will of
iTbt. L. Jordonjjdocoaaed, filed a corrected
salsfblll of said estate, which was approved
and ordered recorded
John B. 1'hlllls, administrator of AVm.
II. Scofleld, deceased, fllod an appralsmsnt
bill, and tho appraisers ostlmato of ipoclflo
property, for the widow of said deceased,
which wero severally not approved.
Ellen Cahlll, executrix of tho will of
IWm, 0bill, decoased, filled an apnrnls
ment bill, and tho appraisers, estimate of
(jpeclflc property allowodTof tbo widow
Of laid decoased, whleh.wro severally ap-
proved and ordered to be rocordod. .
. Frederick Blankeaburg was appointed
f uardian'of Anna Emma Ijonnlager, heir
m unarm Wenninger, aoceasea, ne nsving
given bond in tho sum pf $0000,' , 1
xne inventory or William II. Scofleld,
deceased, John B. Phillli, administrator,
was approved and ordered to be recorded.
Court adjourned until 0 o'clock this
Ciiao, III; Alhjt&t , 1871.
Mr. Editor: I deeiro to inform the
citizens of Cairo, whom I havo faithfully
served as janitor in the Thirteenth straet
school building during the last year, why
Mr. Hartell told rao, as well m leveral
otners, it was because I voted and worked
for Mr. AVebb for school director, which
is' not the case, as I voted for Mr. Harrell,
ai 0. D. Arter can testify, who cave me
ticket which I deposited on tho day of tbo
election. He also told mo that I had boon
as faithful as ho could ask any ono to bo,
biit he must have mo out, and told mo to
go to Mr. Wobb for employment. I sup-
r--.a x La points tigUi u uio for
whom I pleased, and for that reason voted
for Mr. Harrell. He also told mo that ho
had hlrod Ed. AVittig and AVarren
AVimms to work for him on election day.
I simply make this statement to let
thoso intercstod know why thoy will not
ho me at my post as usual: I am
It Riudbk Smith.
BoARDiNc.bouiM uso Glllet's. agl3
tBiAUTiruL bitculU follow Gillet's bak
ing powder. ag!3
SnnovxR & Bsoa.' 11 o'clock lunch
spicod oysters at Jorgensen's. tf
Monxy refunded if Gillet's goods don't
A ynxsii supply of 'the celebrated Dun
doo marmalade, at Jorgennn's. tf
A paper of pins bat been sent from
this city to tho Mound City base ball
AVm. Ehlers, at his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing every variety of
boots and shoos from genuine French calf
(bo uses no other kind) which he soils
roady mado or made to order at prlco
that defy competition. Jy26tf.
The Chicago Beer Saloon, Win,
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Eighth
street, is n favorito placo of rosort wlthall
lovers of Weiss' Beer, Liquors of ovory
dosqription, and aU kinds, of t foreign and
homo AVines. No ordinary liquors are
dispensod at the bar of tho saloon only
tbo vory best, and guests find in attend
ancq p5ltb and (accrjVrTddatlDg waltors. A
freo lunch is sproad ovory day at 10
'clock a.m. aua!7tf.
Chos. U. Evans. AVashlneton-avonue.
between Elgbth'nnd Ninth stroets, has on
hand a splendid stock of' family groceries
of 'a I kinds, which' 'ho' Is selling at tho
lowest nriros. He is detormined not to bo
undersold, and challenges comparison of
tno quality 01 nis gooas wun any nouso in
tho city. Ills sholf iroods are of ovory va
rlctyj fresh 'and soasonablo, and anything
and everything tbo market affords can bo
ptvcbajod at his storo.at tho lowest rato
Glvo'him a call. tf
G 1 llit's, washing crystal makea'wuh
Ing easy. , , , ag 13 ,
100 cues Men's Kip Boots,
60 "r Qalf '
60 ' " ' kip'BroganJ,
SO Youths', Boys & Chlldren'i
100 cases Ladles' Shoos,
25 ' Child's "
25 ' Youths' and Boys' Brogam.
For salo, at wholosalo or retail, for cash
only; at flvo por cent, below Now York
Boston Shoo Store,
aug24dlw Elliot & Haythorn.
Mrs. AVuitcouii'b Hvnur. This artiolo
good for all diseases Incident to tho pe
riod of (toothing In children and Is told
for 26 cents "...bottle. t . v dawln
At Elchhoff Bros.,' Factory.
Soli Furnituro for Cash ;
Twenty per cent.
Lowor than any othor Denier in Cairo.
Mndo out of Seasoned Lumber,
and will bo
Insured for Six Months.
A Raro Ciianco
"If you have tho Chills and Fevor uso1
5Dr. Rattlngor's Fovor Drops; ono bottlo.
Is Sufficient for a thorough euro. Noporson
need havo the fever a second tlmo when;
those drops can bo obtained. daw Iw
Steamer John Lumsdon, Evansvllle.
" Umpire, Louisvillo.
" Hollo Memphis, Momphls.
Pauline Carroll, St. Lotili.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Mollie Ebort, Louisville.
" Virginia, Paducah.
" City or Chcstor, St. Louis.
Steamer John Lumsden, Evansvllle.
" Umpire. Louisvillo.
" Belle Memphis, Ht. Louis.
" Pauline Carroll, New Orleans.
Virginia. Ht. Jxuis.
" City of Chestor, Memphis.
B0AT3 TO LKAVX TO-JJAT.
Steamer Grand Towor, Memphis.
" Malllo Ragon, Evansvllle.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" M. J. AVicki, Now Orloini.
The river at thh ro'.nt hu fallen two
inches slnco last report. Tho Mississippi
,Ii falling slowly, with atout five feet five
inches to St. Louli. Sovon and a half
foot is roportod from Memphis. Tho Ml
souri Is so low that steamers have much
trouble in navigating It.
Business oa tho levco yostorday was fair
Weather still hot.
The John Lumsdeu arrived with a fair
trip of freight and passengers.
The Umpire arrived from Louisville
with all the walor would permit hor to
Tho Bello Memphis came up light.
The Paulino Carroll came out without
grounding. Sbo was detalnod soveral
hours at Jacket Pattern by tho towboats
Mary Alice and Boo being aground there.
The Mollie Ebcrt arrived from Louis-
villt, after being aground at several places
ono win nn out nere for Sew Orleans.
The H. S. Tumor hu at last succeeded
In getting off Fronch Island, and has
Tho Pauline Carroll filled out with all
Tho James Fisk, Jr., Is reported aground
on the reef at Cache Island.
Tho tug-boat Robb was sold by tbe
Unitod States Marshal, on Tuosday, at Cin
cinnatl, under execution against ownors
The Ella Hugliui has boon chartered by
tho Louisville and Henderson Packet Co
and will run durinc low wator between
Jivansville and Owensboro.
The Burksvlllo takes tbo place of the
Ella Hughes in tho Cairo and Louisvillo
trade, leaving Louisvillo every Tuesday,
too uropiro departed for Louisvillo,
Tbo C. H. Durfee, whon near Donald
sonvllle, broko her sbalt.
At last accounts tho snag boat DoRussy
was working In John Boise bend, Missouri
nvcr, the Long at Baltimore, and tbo
Alert at Bonbomme.
Capt. founts Is starting a line of boats
from St. Louis to New Orleans, and the
lino will probably bo composed of the fol
lowing steamers, Katie P. Kountz, Henry
C. Yariter, Carrio V. Kountz. Penlnab
May Lowrlo and Ida Stockdale.
Tho Virginia came down light from
l'aducab, whero sho has bean being re
paired and repainted for tho coming sea
son, fcfno went to St. Louis and will prob
bly load for jNow Orleans.
The City of Chester arrived 2 hours bo
hind time. She was aground 12 hours at
Turkey Island. Sho reports the river In a
Tbo old cbannol at Qreenleafs has filled
up and there is only four foot on tho Mis.
souri side. She camo down tho Illinois
side of Grecnleafs and found about five
fact five insbes. In making tbo turn at
tbo point bolow town sho grounded and
was detained throe quarters of an hour,
.Sho reports the Beo aground at Green
leaf's. Mr. Barkett, her clerk, was taken
vary sick ana goes uucn irom nore.
It is said that tho new Thompson Dean,
now oeing nunc win, without any ex
ception, do tnonncst uoaiauoat. Who will
0 completed n a fo w wooks.
St. Louis, .Aug. 23. Arrived Harry
Johnson and Mollie McPiko, Kookuk; AV.
J. Lowis, Kansas Citv. Donariod Grand
Tower, Memphis ; Josephine, Upper Mis
sissippi river; iiarry Johnson, Jvookuk;
nortuwostorn, .01., raui ; nuo, .Missouri
river; vctavm, ueiow.
Cincinnati. Aug. 23. River falling
wun lour laei in tno cnannoi.
Memphis, Auk.23. AVeather clear and
pleasant, ltlver stationary. Departed
Joiin nyiD, jmow ur leans; Anuy Johnson
ana uoiumoia, ai. Jjouis ; juary junior,
.Louisvillo; Colorado, vicksburg.
PirrsuuRO, Auk. 23 Weather cloudv.
mi. "r 1. -1 .. 1 t 1 . ...
sLutj juuuuugnuuiM H in cues ana railing.
NEW TYPE FOUNDHY
ST. LOUIS BRANCH
BOSTON TYPE FOUNDRY,
Oob. Cuxbtnut and Sicond Stb.,
, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Boole, newspaper and Job ty po of every ;tyi
In ad a of tli oelepraiea nara ana Tougu us
ulr anti nlnrad lDkl.
caata! aundsi composition sticks, presses, roller
composition, galley". Jy brushes, mlwrinf ma-
hln. pper wa cam cult en. etc., etc.,epi
" cutters, kw
t.IxalsBrancUof ,tbe IlostOU Type, J'oundr
hu touts, No. JeiiMItn,
pmmw n H uat s ms 1
I lly .11ll011nl Ilnnk Itiillillnu.
attention raid (o orders from
Tho mtmbera of the Herman Lutheran
propose to Kite a picnic
FOR TUB VBNXriT OF TUX BCII00I
Ok Monday, Atjoubt 28tii,
Tieket$, Tutnty-fit tent:
i. J , u".Pu''."iiior(irpi
;!i ' 1 . '""meow of ail Klrnls will M '
.Mill Mllll. lAlllf.Mfl V..- .1.11 ... 7.1..
1 1 1 iduxid linen. MhaMitM ,........,
y. Arranaimtnltwm. Bttrwart,
vili asgiTu ar taa
ARAB FIRE C0HPAM7,
Fbidat, SxrTXURiR 1st, 1871.
Com. of Arrongtnuntu T. J.
BOOTH AMD HIIOKB.
BOOT A'D SHOE MAKER,
t TWENTIETH HTRKET,
tlfriabA Waahmirtnii IWAtiiia mr,4 DaHs Ot4
Itoola and Banes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
soli AdtacT roa
ROOTS AND SHOES
mnifrelal Avenue. Corner of Ela-hlk
r articular attbktiok faid to all 0b-
DXKB FOB UOOrRKIBTa AMD SHOIS.
B. 8. HARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
J. GEO. STXUiHOUSE.
Cr. SStM. I
awciean Towels and
sridles' and chlldrott's lialt out and shatn-
pootd, either at the shop or i their own homea.
BTGenl lemen'e whiskers and hair dved In a
olantino manner, datlslactloa guarastl. .-
rpHK regular annual Urmofthi lam Bcbool
J. will open on Wednesday, October lllh, 1ST1.
Full course, two terms els months, each. Stu
dents admitted to lb Motor ola oa MaMloailoa
by application on or before October Ttb. 1871.
Tuition fee. SCO 00 Der annual. Foe .nartlcnlar
address r '
203 NORTH 3rd St., ST, LOUIS, MO.
ST. 1 LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Tho rortyThlrd Annual Session bthe
ST. IjOTJia '
Will bpenonKonday SepUlth, 'TJ
Tki. in the onlr Instltntlon ofLearald Inthe
weal, having been established In I8W, The course
of stndlea oflT every facility for aoqnlrlBg a
tnorougn uiaaaioui mnu uuiiiiiivruini auca.iup.
Cataloxuea cantalnlna Instructions to aarent
and ful partlculari, will pe sent on apdilcaiion 10
nsv. o, u. aTun 1 tsnivun, d. 4.
l'resldeoi, Bi. Louis University,
JOB PRINTING. .
Thoundersitmed. uropnetors of the Pitirand
WtiaLv UutLSTiM. liavo Juat received o aMOrt-
nieatol thu latest styles of Job nlMUil lyp,
and have now oun of the moat oonirJeteJoboBcea
in tne boutn ana wesi, ...fiiey msajssiiss
that they poaaesa facilities for turning out
nrompuy, in ino ue i wwk
entrusted tp them, from the emaUesi, sanTor
label lo 'the mammoth poster, and at price
whioh leave with our business men no good ex
cuse for (ending their work to 8. Loo hi. cincin.
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