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' TAKE NOTICE.
TIMET Or TJIK ILU.VOIS CEKTKAI. H. K,
0 and afierfl.m.iay, '?.;
... iiml-Ulfl W'llgO
HUH win go'"" "
nrof f.tnr tf;n C(.lrr1
1 I p.m
M.rl Mall irm,""j
Bii.rM. daily, nefi.l8iin.lnj a
N-ofMrnRBofM" from Cairo to St. Lo
,r,nire for from Wn 1" Chlr-ngn.
.1:30 p. in
l)t,mlrg lino'" .If'PHK n ntfht Irainr
i,. ..... fiiM'trn in am nun imru ihudi.
Tli allentifiJi of ehippera l pcclnlly
. i . it, i i ,,,,i ri,tp. Iriiin "HI
txOiIro iiailv.';tiir.lii xp'fled, aii.I tvll
n i- III" riti'roiii '' ClihwB" '" """'J"
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MOUND CITY AND CALK
TI1K STEAM TUG, CACHE
Wll.l.lAM II. riAXHUMCY.
CAIEO -A. 1ST ID CITY
ht or .wmii nur.1.1.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
I. HAVE Ml. CtTT,
At 8.!l0 A.M.
At :.. II. CO a.m.
At 2.fe0 p.m.
At G.IJO P.M.
WILL LAN J). AVHEN HAILED,
1I0X FACTORY, HAWE f. I.ANM.MO, KY.
mouth op cache, HAitm: w.tvc, ( .
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QUICKEST 1WVTK 1'ltOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.! R.
tir. Uovi, Louisviu.K, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, Nr.w Youk, Hoston,
AND All. I
1'OlXTd HAST AND WEST
I'avongertratn arrive at and leave Cairo a fol
Aruiw- 3i:io a.rn :ii:in p.m.
DreikT litis i.m Uilnp.m.
Hoth lraln conncet at Ckntralia with train on tlie
I'ana, Decatur, IllonmlnRtcn, Kl l'no, I.aSil!e,
Mrmlota, Frceport.'ialena, 1'iiIjihUo( and
all points In Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and ,
Iowa. And with
.Ines mnnlns Kat and West for
Si. I.ouls, Hpfnflelil, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Jnf anajiolis, Uuluiubus. ,
And at Chicago vrllh 3Ilclil.in Central, Michigan
fcouilicrn, and JMlsbur;. Fort iVitjne
and Chicago Hallroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Hoston, Philadelphia,
Nia!ra Falls, Krie, llullalo,
New Tnrl;, Pittsbtirj;, Ilaltlmoro,
AND ALL POINTS EASTfe
For through tickets and Information, apply to
Illinois Central Itallroad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,!
General PasaeoKer Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
SPKINGFIELl) AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTEltN It. It.
Unaud after Monday, April 21th, 1871, tram9T.il
ruu m follows:
TRAINS G0I.N0 POCTlltlST.
Leave Virginia f.:lo a.m
" Hl'nutieli B.'.u "
" Taylonlllp Mil "
Arrive at Pana 11.10 m
Leave Pans l:(in,m
" Tajlorville ,4:17 "
Arnve athprinKricld.-Uill "
I.we MpiiMKHelil .f.i", "
Arrive at Viruinl..w..H;'i'i "
TUAIaS 0PIN1 MVTIIalST.
!eavp r.dgtwood &:30a.m
" F10ra..... "
jtrnvn at fchttwneetonS:5.'ip m
TKAI.8 uiii.au suutiiw lst.
Leave .ShaHiiectown S:I5 a.m ....
" I'lors .'....'.':Si "
Arrive at Edgewood :5u '
The b.'S) a in. Irain Irom P.I IfAU'.irt.l .line nr.1..
Molnlajs, W.dnesdaysand Fridays, and S;i:.a.m.
At HpriiiK'Jeld. with Chicago and Alton, and
Talihlo, Hab.ish nnd Wesiern Uiilroa.i, r
''KwiNinj.' Chie.iii, and all piints north, north.
wfi -,nu weii.
At Pan with lad. and Si. Louis, and Illmoii
t-iiilral Itulro.id lor all pointi eiut, i-outh ami
cattmr&aJI.W'th CWeW '"l,"0n ,ll,nols
AtFlura.wiih Ohio aid M.aai.alpju Itnilroad.
AH-hajinieto-n, with stearnboan for Cincln-
nut, Padu. uh, Cairo and Ht. Louia.
OKLAND SMITH, fien'ISup't.
Jniiv?w,jiTT,C,en'l Kr'ct and Ticket Au'l.
AIJ IJN, .MULKKY & WiIHBl.KK,
COUNSKLOltS AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
sin J. Allen, ")
'l l' Whee'lt r.J
CM HO. ILLINOIS.
5.t'.""',8'' attention imid to river nnd ad
m'ri Ij loininva'.
OKMCE UODMh 7 AND 8 WINTKK'ft ULOCK.
GHK H.V & (JILBKUT,
William II. i, run,
wrt, CAIIIO, ILLINOIS,
htSaftl.1?''n K1' 10 AJml,Rl,5' "d
oyncE-Giiio levee, noons 7 and 8 ovint
. t'TY KA1IONAI. HANK.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MAKKET
CUAfl. UA.YCU cV CO.,
Kl'.?1.'i.c',',!i"tly "n '! tl"1 lt of U-cI.
'u. fA.,.,,uwu.'','i '"l. Miai.. pudding
u.f,.u .uayi in ii" 'lauuiity. eotnn;
l.hr IJraler 1., u IUl,s yrVMU
J J boat aorl thee,,, .,! il ,,'. 1
iau.u,d lor frtti, tM4, twin .., ! 10 ,,lU !
thrmaar,,) "4r" ""'nor. p,jmi , ,
i ok isam:
" J. v!i i, IZ'
ai .. ti
.. I iiuiii fluiaarcKian on i ue.iciav d, i iur
dtys and Saturdays.
Ciinecls at Ashland with Jaeltsonvillo division
of Chicago and Alton Itillroad. for Jacksonville.
i'vtsraburi.'. M'isoil Cltv. n nil nil I1A1 tit a u ut
ah hive. CJ.09I-
North, Through s.oon.m. 2.00 p.m
War 2;20 pim , .1 J ;0Q p.m ,
eotilh, way 12.10 p.m. iljoop.m
" Through X. O,, Mem
plilo mi'l Cfllumbtl.a . IMO p.m, 4:'0oj,,m,
Ohio lliver route, (ojponi .
Monday) -l.UJ.l.... fiiWn.in, COOp.rn
Iron .Moiintun It. II U:30a.m. lLWp.rn,
MIm, Hirer route, 'lurvimj
nnd Friday COO p.m. 7;onp.m.
Thebes, OJO'O Island A Hnnln
I, III".. Thursdny Irl- ,
day.. - O.oOp.m. 7:00(1.111,
Ma) field, lllnmlvilio nul
l.ovrlani-, Ky ii;w,m. ;uup.m.
rtiuiffAl IM wry TtfWn.in,
(Snndnsa lo 9 a.m.) i
Mono) Onler dcp.istindnt...... frOO,.!!!. COO
Ilrgiater " 8:00 n.mj ti.OOp.m.
.Money Ordor and lU-giatcr departments not
open on Sunday. . 1
OtinoIOiMMAMism, No. I.I. Stated Assembly
nt tho A)lum Masonli H ill, first nnd thitdCBat.
I 1.. .I. MAnlll
IliUlltP lllvi.ii iiiwi..... i
I i(!aII.o dn'KClL, No. C4, Koguliir Convocation at
Mnon'( Hull, the second 1'rlday Ineacli inontli.
l'nu fini'frii, No. 71 '(ftfular Convocation
at M.isouii! Hall, on (hu imru niesiiayui every
minth. . , . , ...,i.
CAIInl 1.HPOI:, o.'ii r. "VKinr om.
fotiflli Jlondaj sol each molitli. I
iinti Ijiimr. No.f.C!i K. A A. M. ItcKiilnr Com
miiilpnlimi nt Mil'on d Hall. (110 rt'COIIU nno
munication t Maonlc Hall Srst onjl third
Tliursd.i) s in each month
Ai pi ixi.rn !.nnnr. S2l. Mrita In Odd Fellow's
Hull. In ArtT'8 Unit tine, every Thursday even.
Inn, at H o'clock '
riililltliiit cvory ninrnlnp, Mondny cx
Kindlinq. 500 " gluts boxes " fdr enlo
nt 5 cents each. "W. AV. Thoiinton.
Fon Sale Low. Sixty kegs of idnm
ngod nnlls, on board stenmor Eckcrt, nt
tlio landing. All sir.os.
Notice. Alien, Mulkoy & "Wh'cclor
Imvo removed to tlio First Nfttional Hunk
building on the Ohio Levee. Aug. 22.3
Oysteus. Louis Herbert lins nlwfs on
lmnd f fresh supply of Saddlo P.ockloys
Milk Cows foh Hale. Two ireik
milk cows with young cnlvos for snlo.lEn
quire of D. Hunn S: Son.
Cairo, August 17, 1971. iw
JIns. WmTcoMii'h S vitup. This nriiclo
it jood for nil dsenscs incident to tlio I pe
riod of teething In children nnd is sold
for 25 cents n bottle. dawlw
If you havo tho Chills nnd Fever uso
Dr. l.dttingcr's Fever' Drops; one bottlo
is sufficient for a thorough cure. Nopciton
need have tho fever n second tlmo when
tlict-o drops enn bo obtained. daw lw
We would call tho attention of oUr
country friends who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
st very pleasant gallery on Commercial
avenuo for their accommodation, and, is
rcallv thobcit nrtht wehuve had in Cairo
or a long time. tf
NoTitT.. From August 1st until further
notice, tlio faro per transit stcamor Illinois
plying between Cairo and Columbus will
boas follows; Ono way, Sl.f'Oj round trip,
$2.00. V. A. Lowth, '
New PiioToauAPii Galleky. AVo no
tice Hint Mr. .1. J. Thomas lias fitted up
the rooms lately occupied by "W. G. AVorth
ington in very good style, mid, us nn artist,
is doing excellent wor' that should entitlo
him to a fair sharo of patronngo. '
Notice. Deeming u knowledgo of
chemistry necessary to tho student of all
sciences and professions, as well as to tho
mechanic, I propoo to opon u class of
chemistry of forty lessons, commencing
on tho first Monday in Septomber next.
1-or particulars inquiro at my office, 112
Commercial avenue, Cairo,
dtd A. "Wadoymah.
Notice to Shippers. Until further
notice tho transit bteamer, Illinois, will ex
tend her trips to lliektnan twico u week,
viy. Tuesday and Friday mornings, and
if tho amount of freight will justify her in
so doing, she will muku three or four trips
per week. For tliu prciont, freight will
bo received on tho Transit "Wharf Boat
only on Mondays and Thursdays.
jMi .loiiNhON, Agent.
Cairo, III., mig. la, 1871. dlw
.1. .1. Thomas has fitted up tho room
lately occupied by W. G, "Worthingtons
on Commercial avoniic, wheru ho is doing
a good buihcsi. Go nnd seo him and
give him a trial. He is prepared to do all
kinds of work in tho photograph line, and
does it well.
llEi.iAiil.v: AND Savk. Dr. Henry
Koot and Plant Pills aro mild and please
nnt in their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Hoing en
tirely vegetable, they can be taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouse tlio liver and secretive organs into
healthy arlion, throwing oir disease with
out exhausting or debilitating tlio system
Try them and you will bo satisfied
Prico'Ji cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in inedlelno ovcrywhoro
Prepared by tho Grafton Modlcino Co., St
Louis, M my'Jdm
J. It. Goi.laday's fiftieth monthly draw
ing will take placo at Harrodsburg, Ky.,
August 28, 1871. Among tho list of prUcii
aro $1,000.00 in greenbacks! splendid
bulldint; lot in Uowlini: Greon, 3750.00;
6evcn and one-fourth octavo Qablor piano,
$000.00; horse and buggy, S500.00; build
ing lot in Howling Green, $300.00 j lialco,
thoroughbred Durham bull, bred by tho
Shakers, South Union, Logan county, Ky
SStjO.OO; gold watch and chain, $200.00,
lndy'6 watch nnd chain, $200 00 ; diamond
ting, flSO.00; dinrnond watch, $150.00;
vi.w in kojii ; also, other prizes.
.onkllViii, ,.f .llninnndii- colli nnd ktlv.f
greenback., jewlm. ninelilncii. fiirniliir.,
or.ets, gola Und silver watches, drv
go.id,, line painting,, rtndard books, etc.
btutement of drawing und prl.os forward
od promptly, For sale at II, O. Lollin'B
po.totllce building, Cairo, lUlnol.
Orders by mall kbould bo addrcued to .1.
H. Golladay, Howling Green, Ky.
THE CAIRO DAIliY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
Tho Ambs will ball successfully.
Dull day In pollco circles yestorday.
Bnvl's'r of tho Oommercinl hotol, har
returned to tlio city.
Tho I. O. O.K., of this city, Is rapidly
IncrcnslJg In numbers.
Tlio Eckort Is still nt work r'nising tho
shaft of tho Loulslnna.
John School's Ninth stroot cotlago is
T,' M.. Wnrtl propoiea to becomo.
candidate for county troaturor.
Lunching nt saloons has become
popular amusement In this city.
Candcc, of tho firm of Safford, Morrii
& Candcc, is nbscnt nt Ln Sallo.
Thoro will bo n joint nicotine of tho
council to-night bo rumor says.
Tho foundntlon of the now Catholic
church will bo commoped next, wool.
Casper Yost Is spoken of ns a poislblo
radical enndidato for county troasUror,
Tho drizzling rain of ycstordBnfj,
torncon cooled tho air and laid thojdust.
Convention or no convwlion, I now
tlio question Jiniong the democrats I of tho
A Liberal Roform Assoclntldn has
boon organised In this city. It Is a touch
not tasto not society. I
Tickets of tho German Lutheran
school picnic nt Flora Gardon next Mon
day nro selling rapidly. Y 1
Tho new boiler for tho now tug for
Horner, "Wood & Co., of NowOrloau, Ii
bblrigimndo by Torronco A O'Brion.) ;
Tho Delta bnso ball club, sinco lis vie-
tory ovor tho Mound City Pastimes has re
gained confldonco in Its balling abiliUos
Tho individual, who fell through the
sidowalk nnd broko his leg, talks of 'aulng
tho city to rocovcr damagos. So the Sun
A numbor of philanthropic ladles of
tho city nro agitating tho question of (hav
ing n fair for tho benefit of iho noody In
mates of the Perry Homo.
One'of tho instruments bolonelnc to the
signal station nt shis point Is out of oVder,
nnd tho signnl man may be compolled to
visit "Washington to havo it ropalred.J
Tho valuablo proporty of JosephlMc-
Kcnzic. on tho northwest corner of "Wash-
incton avontie nnd Sixth stroct. Will bo
sold to tho highest bidder, on next Sator
dny. Snlo on tho premises. j
Business in tho city Is quiet, with
hopes of Improvement. Tho demand, for
white corn has Increased, but thoro is none
in tho market. No grain of any cohie
quenco Is now boing received. 1
The Bulletin offlco was, last nliht,
tho rcccipirnt of n delicious serenade by
tho iEolian band. Tho music 'was gc od,
and, wo aro sure, appreciated by evpry
ono nbout the csta blishmcnt. Como again,
Miss JnnoE."Wccden, of Onarga, 111.,
n member of tho Society of Frcnd) and
" ngont of tho Amorlcnh Ponce Society,"
will lecturo in tho Prcsbytorinn Church,
nt eight o'clock Sunday cvoninj; noxt. i
Sinco May 11th to August 24th, the
city hns issued orders upon tho treasury to
tho amount of $7,000 13. This is not' a
largo amount for the timo in which It was
expended three months and two weekaj ,
Tlio police investigating committee
met yostorday and ngrccd upon a report.
They will recommend the abolishment pf
tho ice system nnd rniso tho salaries of the
polico constables from 970 per month
to ?83.33. I
Judge Mulkoy, who it Booking health
ut Crlttondon Springs, is not finding what
ho is in search of, but hopos by persistent
devotion to tho businoss to mnko succom
follow earnest ellort and return to Cairo
weighing a ton.
Judge Bross, tired of hard labor, is
thinking of a senrch for n lodgo in some
vast wilderness, some boundless contiguity
of shado, whero warm weathor and labor
nro not known, nnd "Weiss boor pxhllerntci
, Tho movement to build n Baptist church
in this city is progressing satisfactorily.
Tho board of trustees havo been organized,
Mr. J. P. Gamble, chairman, aud proposa
to uso ovcry possible exertion to commonco
the building the coming fall.
Tho wishes to know whethor the
republicans of tlio county intend to hold
a convention to nominate n candidato for
coiinty trcasuror. "Well, do thoy 7 How
would a square stand up partisan light
this fall ngroo with their digestion 7
If tho water in our rivers continues
to fall thoy will dry up. Nothing can be
more certain than this. It is n fact that
needs but to bo stated to bo accoptcd as
true. St. Louis und Puducnh aro already
inland towns, aud Cairo stands nt the head
The committco to which was roferred
the untl-hog ordinance petitions will re
port In favor of tho ropoal of the ordln anco
and provide that hogs running nt largo
shall bo marked nnd tho owners' names
registered by the City Clerk. All un
marked or unreglstoroi hogs-aro to bo im
pounded and sold.
Dangerous the holes lu tho levee
sidewalk at tho corner of Eighth ttroot. A
twenty-foot fall and a law suit could bo
kad, easy. By tho timo JJovoro gets
to tlioso holes witli his two industrious
workmen thoy will havo spread ovor tho
cntiro walk the holes, not the workmon,
A holo will bo all ttiatcuu bo noon of tho
wnlk by that timo.
Among tho arrivals nt tho St. Charles
yostorday woro the following: Bart. Sow
oll, Chicago; H. Basket, clerk of tho City
of Chester; Jus. Morris, Missouri; AV. 11.
Stllo, Ohio ; Ed. D. Hubbnrd, St. Louie,
MO.; Tho. J. llaugh, Columoin, La.; Jas;
Fitzgerald, St. Louis ; AV. II. Sbppard, St.
Louis; II. G. Gerald, Cairo; Copt. Crab
ston, of tlio stcamor Cupltal Oily ; Geo. AV.
Jones, St. Louis; r. h, Peebles, city; L,
G, Mendouhall, Cincinnati; Chas. Pierce,
wifu and child, Now Orloans; AV. E. Hall
and family, Now Orloans.
Tho How T. J. Shoros und The Bul
letin Imvo burled tho hatchet and bo
como reconciled. AVhon the rovorond
gentleman saw tho efforts wo mado to
bring pcuco to Ilov. Friend's flock, and
taught hlinsolf to appreciate our efforts In
tho cauio religion, ho eoncluded that 1
wni his Christian1 duty to? becomo our fast
mono, and ho has dono so. Thereforo,
wo rcel'frtipy. 'All our old-tlmo criomlcs
nro bolng reconciled toiul Popo, Boyle,
"Wood, Sumtnorwoll, Munn, Shoros, Brnd
ly, and a host of othors. AVo 'havo no
doubt tho. mlllcnlum is nbout to dnwn. AVo
looi it in our bones; wo see It, liko tho
Aril ortor'snt( flqatlng In theinlr.
Mr. Thomas Halliday'i two tliiarei
"ff1?" J"di5o Bross. yesterday and
lOldBosf iterles) QrWgirl u ais black a
midnight, nearly, and rather rood lbfltrtntr
sharp a.a keen razor, much tooiharp for
qbui. om, u seems to us, Is thk vietlra
of.tvireumsUaocs, mkphxecd cdnfldehce
ana rear, and tho gal is tho guilty party,
Sho evidently atole, the watch and'hld It. a
fact which sho mado known to Satri, who
did not roveal tho hiding place 'until ho
fell Into the hands of Myers and Arnold
Tlion ho disgorged hU.knowledg but too
Into for his own comfort. Ho wai hound
over ln the sum of $600 to answo at the
noxt term of-tho circuit-court.
BomDiNC houses use Glllct's. .ngp
.i-Shrlro's dclobfatod 11 oclcck lunch
oyesters at Jorgcnsen's.
Everybody goes to Jorcenson's
gofery for tho Ilalford Ielcheit
Every dollar vou rav a NoW-York
llfo Vnsurarico companT Is Dormahcntlv
withdrawn from circulation in this) stato.
The laws of Now-Yorkcompol tho dompa-
nlea to keep all tholr funds invostod Within
thellmlU of that state, or withljt fifty
miles of Now-York city. ,Tho Lffo Adsocla
tloniinTests Its money where it is taken.
Go to Jorgonsen'i for importedlDun-
dee orange marmalado,. tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts.
choice Gonoseo figs.
'The Chicago Boor Saloon,
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 E
street, is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Beer, Liquors of dvery
description, and an kinds or foreign
homo ' Wines. No ordinary liquors are
dispensed at tljp bar of tho saloon only
tho vory'bcit, and guests find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters! A
freo lunch is spread ovory day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual7tf.
Those Fronch Cherries, "in syrup, so
popular with connoisurcs, are sold by Uor
Tho most populnr shoo shop in tbwn
is on 20th street opposite tho court hpuso
hotel, whero Wm. Ehlcrs manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to be of the best French calf, -kip or
morocco, ana wnicn no guanratoes to givo
entire satisfaction. Call on him and you
Will know'how it Is yoursolf. 5y2clf
At Jorgensen's may bo found the pop
ular-French assorted picklos. tf
William Alba's barber si op is grow
ing in public favor ovory day. It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skllllul workmen in iho city. Tho pro
prietor hns had many years' experiencelin
his businoss and is recognized a ono of the
. . . t CI .1 Til, !f -
most export snayori,, in oouiueru Illinois,
while young Alba is a matter in his pro
fession. Citizens and strangers who wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut in tho latest stylo ihould
patronize Alba. His shop is on Commer
cial avenuo next door to Ilannon's now-
Chas. U. Erans, Wasbington-avonul
between Eighth and Ninth stroots, has on
hand a splendid stock 'of family grocories
of 'all kinds, which ho it selling at tho
lowcst'priros. He is determined not to bo
undorsold, and challenges comparison of.
tho quality of his goods with any houto In
tho city. His shelf goods are of every va
riety, froth nnd seasonable, nnd anything
and everything the market affords can bo
purchased ut his storo at the lowest rato
Give him a call. tf
Phillip Baudii is mastor of his trado,
and warrants all of his work to bo of the
vr ry but material and manufacture ; guar
antees a completo fit und cntiro satisfac
tion, is not confined to any'particular stylo,
but makos every varloty of boots and shoes'
from tlio heaviest cowhldo to iho finest
Fronch calf and morocco. Ho also kcops
a largo stock oh hand, of hit own manufac
lurt, and any one desirous of purchasing)
good cuntom work cheap should call on
him nt his shop on Eighth St., south side,
near corner of Uhio lovco,' Cairo. dtf
Mr. Koscnwatcr, of tho well-known
dry goods house of Goldstein & Koscnwa
tcr, is now in New-York purchasing a full
stock for the fall trado. AVlth 'thorn iho
campaign has already opened, and in.
voices of now fall goods of every descrip
tion uro boing received dally. The firm is
widc-flwako and deserving of success, and
aro now, wo aro glad to say, doing an Im-
monso business In their lino. aug21-6t.
Jorgonssn has a great run for Cant.
11',.!..'- :.i i , -
w nivu a uuumm jiieities. u
Smith Sf Brlnkmoyer, at the corner of
Commercial avenue and Etghth street, aro
agents or me saie or xno now Wilson Sow
ing Machines, to whiph thoy wish to call
tho especial attention of tho public. It is
tlio eneapest machine In the market, sell
ing 20 cheaper than any of its rivals
and it, in overy rospect, equal to the host.
All kinds of sewing heavy and light
can bo Qono on it in the vory best atvla.
und it is not liable to got out of order. It
is emphatically the poor man's machlno
being within tho reach of the poorest fami
ly in tno country. Motsrt. S. A B. Invito
jtao public to can and examino it.
100 cases Men's Kip Boots,'
60 " " Calf i
00 " Kip llrogtm,
00 " Y'ouths', Boys & childn
100 cases Ladios's Shoes,
1!5 " Child's
30 " Y:ouths' nnd Boys' Brotrans.
For sale, at wholosalo or retail, for cash
only, at llvo por cent, bolow Now Y'ork
prices, at .
Boston Shoo Store, ' "
nugjtdlw Elliot Si Uaythorn.
AUGUST 25, 1871.
F. Bross, County Judge, presiding : Jxcon
O. Ltkoh, Clerk j A. lT.InvtK, Sheriff.
Thursday. Aueust 24n,
Tho bond of J9hn AVUHs, guardlan'of
Alice so., iucuarianu, was approved and
ordored to bo rocordod, and letters of guar
dianship ordered to bo ittucd.
Tho annuat report of Catherine Berry,
guardian of Martha It. Stewart, was nrr.
sentod by George Fisher, attorney, and so
iar as relates to ner account or moneys re
ceived and expended, was annrovnd an.
ordered to be recerdtd., That; portion of
lata report relating to sale "or teal estate,
was not approved. 'Bald guardian was
Ordered to innnar unA Ihnvrtnin vtiw alia
should not be removed, tho court boing of
opinion tnatn carried woman is ineompo
tent, under the law, to hold tho offlco of
The final report of W. B. Parratt. truer.
dlan of Marv J. and KHz. J nils
.approved and ordered of record, and said
Buaramn reieatoa irom lurtnor liabilities.
The annual roport of James H. Pinna.
gar, guardian of Isaao Leo, was approved,
on certain condition and ordered to bo
Androw Lobr.was appointed cuardlan
of Emma Well, and Peter Cuhl of Augusta.
won, they having, each, glvon bond in
penal sum of $1,000.
Tho Inventory of tho ostato of AVilliam
Cahill, Ellen Cahlll oxecutrix, was ap
proved and brdcrod to be rocordod.
mo court adjournod until 0 o'clock this
Police Businbss. Only two cases
wero before Bross yesterday. Ono Wm.
Evorott, indulged in a plain drunk and
was fined $5 and costs.
A man by the name ef Wolfe, a butcher,
was bit by a dog owned by Mr. Hurley.
Wolfo had Mr. urley arrested for keep
ing a vicious dog. Cue dismissed.
Wm. Rhlers, at his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing every variety of
boots and shoos from genuine French calf
(houtotno othor kind) .which ho tells
rotdy mado or mado to order, at prico
that defy competition. Jy26tf.
At iElehhoffBrosV Factory.
4 Homo Industry.
Sell Furniture for Cash ;
Twenty per cont.
Lower than any othor Dealor in Cairo.
Made out of Soasoned Lumber,
and wifl be'
Insured for Six Months. ,
A Haro Chanco
Stcamor Dick Johnson, Evansvlllc.
" Capitol City, New Orloans.
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr Paducab.
" Dextor, :sew Orlcant.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" A. Baker, Capo Glradoau.
11 Ada Hellman, Loultvillo.
" H- S. Turner, Loultvllle.
M. J. Wicks, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Steamer Dick Johnson, Evansvlllo.
n&nitol Gltv. St. Loots.
Jas. Fisk. Jr., Paducab.
Dexter, St. Louis.
" Ada Bellman, Louisville.
' M. J. Wicks, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, Momphis. l
BOATS TO L3AVB TO-DAY.
Stoamor Mollle Bbort, Now Orleani.
" It. P. AValt, Vicksburg
" A. Baker, Capo Glrardoau.
" John Lumsdon, Evansvlllc.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr Paducab.
" City of Cbestor, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Tho rivor Is still on tho decline at this
point, and is now lower than it has boon
for soveral soasons. Tho Ohio is falling
all the way up.
The Mississippi Is falling gradually from
St. Paul to New Orleans.
Business on the landing Improving.
AVcather yesterday was pleasant, with a
light showor in tho aftornoon.
Tho Dick Johnson had about 100 torn
Tho Capital City and Andy Johnson
were hoth running light.
Tlio Julia was agrouna ror a iow nourti
at Turkoy Island.
Tho Jamos Fitk,-Jr.r grounded on tho
reef at Cacho Island, and blowcd out a
joint in hor steam" drum, 'which detainod
hor somo hours. Sbo lost about 24 hours
altogether, which throws her bohlnd ono
Tho Doxtor lay hero soveral hours, dis
charging frolght. Sho loft at daylight,
with a light up-stream trip.
Tho A. Baker arrived from Capo Girar
deau with 1260 barrels. fiour for Now Or
leani. and 50 tons frolght for this point.
Sho was agrouud 16 hours at Greenleaf.
The jAda Hellman had 23a kales nay,
331 bbl. potatoos and onions, 20 bxs. mer
chandise 10 kegs lard, 4 casks meat, 6
hhds. tobacco, 28 stovos and 08 pieces cast
ings. Sho had a coal flat in tow, wnicn
tho used as a lighter. Sho had vory good
luck coming out, being aground only ono
time and then only for a few hours.
The H.S. Turner arrived from Fronoh
Island, where he has been aground for
eighteen days. It Is not determined yot
whether sho will load for Now Orleans or
Tho M. rJ. iWicks carao out with a
frelghtod bargo in tow. She bad no
trouble coming out, Sho will be in com
mand of Capt. AVm. Thompson during the
absonco of Capt. Barnos, who is off on a
ploasuro trip among tno AVhito Moun
tains. Tho Grand Tower arr'vedon tjmo with
a fair trip, and added consldorablo freight
The Rekert has sneceoded in ratting the
.Louisiana's shaft, and It is now laying on
Tho Fontlnolla sunk in tho Missouri.
Sho was valuod nt $30,000 nnd Insurod for
$18,000 in Pittsburg companies ns follows:
Peoples, $2,000; AVestorn, 2,000; Eureka,
$3,000; Bonlmnnj, $3,000; Alleghany,
$2,600; Monongnhcls, $2,000.
Ofpl. N. Murrny, of tho exploded stor.
raor Chatnugua, hns boen chnrged with
manslaughter. Ho is still lying danger
ously Injured from tho oxplosion.
Tho Now-York sttambontmcn nro
tlruggllng with ft knotty problem. Gen.
Balk n ial,l .
7 . 1 UB'oro me close or tho gov
ernment Investigation of the W.stfiold
disaster, thatjt.wat thoduty or every boil-,
erlnspeotor to go Inside the belle'r under
exarfllnalion and tost the innerpUte. and
brace. Mr. Mathews, one of the Inspec
tors, Is a FalstarT, and the end of a bolUr
would hare to bo knocked off to enable
him to got Into It, nnd ho couldn't dolt
then unless It was a largo boiler and woll
greased on the inside. Now, tho question is
whethor larger boilers nro to bo mado, or
Ma hows is to bo diotod and rubbed down
until ho can got into tb9 protent nnos.
The St. Louis and Peoria packet corn
pany havo purchased tho steamer P. AV
Btrader for theltum of $22,000. 3he was
built in I860, and cost, when new, $50,000
She was docked at St. IAMI Inn Ut
ber, and theundorwriten' valuation of tho
voai was f.w,ow,
Tho Natchez starts from Now Orleant
to Vicktburg next Saturday, on her first
trip of tho toason.
Tho Sam. Clark has laid up at Louisville
With a tOW of twelve. cnl 1,.
with 80,000;empty oil barrols.
ado uoo is still aground at Grecnlcafs.
1. BY TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis, Aug. 24.-Arrivod-S. 8.
-urru anu iioo Jtoy.iicol.uk; St. Luko.
Jofforion Oitv! H..iU r.....(.i. v..
pr"l.: ?.??DlV'no' ""nois river. Depart
od Mollto Moore and Gloncoo, Now Or-
V .' tt" """i viCKsuurg; W. J.
.1'I''wI,,li.Ci.lyi 8U Ll,kr Jefferson
City; Molllo McPiko and Hob Hoy," Keo
kuk; 8.8. Merrill, St. Paul; Moolutone,
Missouri tItaf. ttiver f.liu nr..,i '
er clear and warm.
.Ktahititli!, Aug. 24. Weather cloudy
and Warm with n linn almwn. tl.l.
ing. ltlver. fsllon two Inches. Down-
lobe Hurt ana Ella Hughes, Evantyillo ;
LoGlaJr No 1 IT. H V Tl, 1 '
den and Burksville. Business light.
LouiaviLijr, Angutt 24. Illvor falling
slowly; ;il Inches over tho chute ; 3 foct
on Portland bar. Alternately clear and
cloudy to-day. Light rain this evening.
Cloudy sinco tho rain. Buslnoti dull.
Arrived Enterprise, New Orlcant.
City National Bank Bulldint;.
UlpeclsJ attention paid to orders from tOati
night and day.
GERMAN LUTHERAN SCHOOL
The members of the Herman Lutheran Hchcol
pruiwse in give a picnic
rort the denei it oy thk school,
Ok Mosdat, AutU'HT 28th, 1871,
Titlttt, TuxntyfiTC ttntt.
The Gardtn will ta Diitin lha liat nrdnr r,nail.
ble, and refreshment of all kinds will be sup.
plied In abundance. Hpeeehas, instrumental and
vocal Music, Jollity and Fun will bo Iho order ol
CLm. o itrranjfmif. Wm. lleerwarl, Frod
Wlnterkurn, U.C ThcilecUe.
war. ii givta) bt tut
ARAR FIRE COMPANY,
Friday, Seitemhek 1st, 1871.
Tickets f 1 00
Com. of ArranQcmenlnT J.
Kerth, A. Lohr.J,
BOOTH AMD NIIOKK.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Uetween Washington Avenue and Poplar Street,
Hoot I and Shoes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
on aoixct roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
MMcrclal Aveuae, Corner of Elirntti
PARTICULAR AWXjlrToN rAID TO ALL OU
DKKB vor U00I-8KIBTH AND SIIQKS.
Tho underiinned, proprietors of the Ptitv and
wTlt I ULiariK, 'hate Ju.t reoe Ted an aaaort
i?J5"i the latest Btyles of Job Printing typea,
2nd have now on or the most complete lob olflcet
fifihe Bouth and West. They flatter themselves
that Ihoy poaaess laellUIea for urninK out
promptly, in the best style ol the Art, alTworlc
intrusted to them, from the amallest card or
ubel to the mammoth.poater. and at price
Which leave with our busfnea men no good ex-
lit S, IIARRKLL,
I I I'iA I 1 1', It. I HI lit
HOUSE FURNISHING GO
loo oc lot tuHuiiureiui
J. ur,u, niiiinuuuuui
wciean Towele tnd
tat .l..t ..A - . . . .
w-irnl M.ttV, .m a ik. .a . ...
ew-OeriUamen'n whUkera and hair d
uiauuuu maimer, nana act on anarant
Ooternor. John M. Palmer:
I.lcuttnant-OOTirnor, John Doughorty
Secretary of Btate, Elward Itumtnell
Auditor of Bute, C. E. Lipplncetti
Hlate Treasurer, E. N. Batei 5
Mupt, public Inatructloo, Newton Bale
Dcnaiors l.yman Trumbull and John
1ir..Mlir.ll.-l liKri K11A I. AKSK
Benatora, lit District T. A. E. Hole
Union, andB.K. (HUon.of OalUtln.
Ilepreientallte, 1st Dlttrlct tf. Watto
Judge I). J. Ilaker, of Alexaadtr.
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Harman.
Hhenfl-A. H. Irrln.
Wm. Martin, Asaeeaor and Ttcajurer,
Judge F. Droaa.
Aaaoclatoa l.'K. MeCrlU and B. March
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Ooaimaii.
M Nil 1VK 1NME
Mayor John M. Lanidtn.
Treaiurer J. U. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Ilurnett
Manhal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates-K. Hrott and 11.
Chief ol Police L. II. Myem.
k oucw ivonaiituies worm nncauan, uaj
Joi. II. Velrrun and J. W. Bumner, (night
B ELECT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Lanaden,
First Ward-P. O.Behuh.
Bncond tard C. It. WoO'lwnrd.
Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. BtaaU Taylor.
(ilv.nl. Irt'a W. I Halll.laT an.1 I). Hti
IIOAKLl or ALDERMEN.
Filler WAItO-Jamea Bardn,
ECO MWAni)-lt. II.ICunnlUKhaui,
TI1IIID WAIID Wm. Btratton,
FOURTH WARD-Jarata Carroll.J
Tme of Mutiny,
rnu.T ei.Diu. uitxnjiuif lun ui.i Ma
aoaan or AlBiaaiir,
Monday and Tueaday in every month.
COUMITTKKS Or THE COUNCIU
. ftltm M.aa.a Taalnp Wal.l.p V
Wood and Hetcalf.
rntaiic jiEi.il. Lunuiuuiiaiii. 3i:iiuii. r ,
aid, Settle and Halllday.
CIotuii Mciirs. Wood, Cunningham and
JUict and Jail Messrs. Carroll, liuder
tr.l.,. f..... Dnliuh WlnlB,.n.l 1?lah
ivirtriiif Meaara.v oouwaru. nvravne ana u
lioart tltalth The Mayor, and Messrs.
don, Winter, titration andCairoll.
Preaching, Babbatb at 10K a- " tad Vt r.
Prayer meetlnir, Wednesday at 7J4 r. u.
Btinilay Uchool. 3 r. at, j, m. uniuoa, du
METUOUIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU.
Preaching, Sabbath 10)i a. ., and T r. H.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, Tiff. .
m inniiv nwiDai Li p. m. a., w. diiiwcii. nu
,nin,l.nt. Pa V. T..TtfftiftAif. Paito
r-iiiiiir-n iivtiik 11 K 1 ik i:h v it r a nta.nriai
Mornlog prayers, Babbath 10J 1, u.
Evening prayortJflr. a.
Hal.hl.th Bchool. UA. h.
HOT. MkM. UIM UCW7
ht. patriuk'h ouuhuu uor. ninin hi.
Public Berrlce, Sabbath 6)i and 10K a. 1
Veapera, Sr. a,
Sunday School, 2 r. a.
Service overy day, 8 r. a, ,
Hnv. P.J. O'lULLoaia. fries
Sabbath School! 0'i a. a Sabbath.
Preaching, Sabbath 10i 1. a., and 1 T. a.
m wBI t.L it. oi..l ta.Ul.aillt tLarukat
r. m. . . .
j. 11. iciid. nuDBrinuiDucu
vnttun m 1.-MHJ mi u 1 ut i a n a Uauun atii in
atlti mnntlnct infifinil Mnmlnv rmrh mnnin ml I
ei.. DaavAt) aanra rtf ihft lf nahwl Afl An 'hllf'fl
41 nf.AU. D.ataiMa,nt
bervicen, Hbbftth, 11 a. H.
Sunday Bohool, i, m.
Clans 3 p. Me
I'ruiujiiiu ki. i y r. sti. itnT. wm. jukiud. x sut
SECOND FREE-WILL IIAPTIST Fifteenth B
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. IK and 3 r. a.
Rev. N. Rich, Pastor,
FKKK,WM, i UK ' KT lillAlK M1H1I 1H Nil
DAY SCHOOL Cornor walnut and Cedar Sta.
Sunday School, s a, u.
Services, sabbath It a. a., 3 r. a, and 1 r. a.
Rev. Wa. Knur, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUUBCIl-Bet
ween vw bui m avtvon, uour veuar.
Preachlni Sabbath WH . and TK r, a.
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday ovenlnir.
i-reacnioK, rriaay evening. i i
Dauu&tiiDuitooi. ivt f. h. jflna van liawi.-...
ai7 uvvpuviia RMpviiufceaueata. i