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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 23,1871.
' TAKK NOTICE.
TiMtwnLicorTiiKii.i.i.v()icr.sinAi, n. tt.
11,111 ...lilt. ! (I..fnllnu-
nn and anriinyi -
of inrr It.ln. nt Cairo i
Eipf.lll, - .'p.tll
Etpress rsor-j.t Hiin.Iny a: p.tii.
Alif'OUfth tl lenular Bl. I.m Ham " 'K, ""
bi,lh trains " "' r",r" MlM h"v' """"K"
f,r SI. Isinls, which will ! laken thriiiirhfrom
Duquo o by lh '"Ids on Hip Hellenl'e rond. Di
rect and flose connection will - msiie nl Do
quoin, ami there will i'" clianjip nf cars fiom
('alio to PI. l-oul" Tl. iruli Ipstiiik Cairo nl
II . t .tti. i'J hair nthrnii.'l. lf plnn c.-r lor Ml.
aims The all.tilii'ii ,,f shipper -f ! Ill.v
called lo the fact tli t a Mult l.xir- trnln lll
IcaTe Cairn illl),Saliiril.i)a cxpccti-il. and will
make the run from tin city I" Clilcntji. Ill twenty,
two hours. JullNsO.SenL.
"quickest mU'TK IM'.tLM" SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
.St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi-
CAOO, Nk.W YnltK, Itu-lflN,
AMI Al I.
POINTS KAST AND WEST.
PaaioDicer trains itrrlTe at and lenie Cim na fn.
Aiiitr , ni.nt in ami) i.ni.
ptraar llil.ln.m Uil.lj.in.
Until train conncet at Contrail wilh train on the
Pana, Jieeatiir, lUoniiilnirlm, KM'us", l.i fs-ille,
MenrloL. Krwnorl,ll'iM, i'iiin.iii', ami
all pnfnia In Illinois, 3Iiiii r),
Sllnnpsntn, Wisconsin anil
loan. Ami "ilh
Lines running Fat ami West for
hi. Louis, Hpni;ficM, Louisville,
Ciiitiuiiatl, lmfiiiaHilli, Cnluinhii".
And at Chicago wilh Michlirm Central. Miclntfin
Southern, ami Pittsburg, fort W.ijne
and Chicago Railroads lor
IVlroif, Cleielaml, 1'illil.lrk.
Albany. Huston, I'lillailelphla,
Niaiir rail'. Krlc. Ilutliln,
Maw York, PiHshiirc, ILillliiinic,
AND ALL POINTS KAST.
For through ticket nnd iuformalinn, H..Iy Cn
Illinois (Antral Railroad I pot.
W. V. JOHNHDN,
General 1'asseDger Agent, CIiIcbko.
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
"mou n d Tit 'y an ire a i
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cat;, William II. San-husky.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY PAY
CAIEO .A-INTD Mm. CITY
oot nr rtoimi sthiit.
At ............... i a.m.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 p.m.
Lkavk .Mn Cirv,
At H.30 a.m.
Al 1U0 A.M.
At U.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHKN HAILKD,
S&X TACTORV, HAWK S I.ANlllNCI, KY.
MOVTH OV CAPHE,
MA HI NF. WAVf,
CAIRO an I) NASIIV1LLK l'ACKKTS
TJic following parlcM lti C.mo
On the ilayi anJ :i( the hour" lit low.nvnpil :
Ktitj Mondny ut 5 n.),v. ;
Ktery Thurnky .at r. p.m.;
Every Saturday,. it & p.m.
r'or FrWKht or I'aHinjji- apply on lio.inl, or l
RIGGJ5 i .MALLOKY,
JauiC'Tllfl 7.'. OHIO J.I.'VKK.
CAIRO- AND l'AUVVMl
tblitT? TU" U'!"lUl" nan'l(l,,',,f"Bm
.1 AMI'S FISIC, ,lii.,
Ikih'ti fivri.m Mai-lir,
LKAYKS CAIRO DAILY,
AT U O'CIIMk, A.M.
R6lltint! mpirior aci'oininoil.ilion
iun (.uuiir pairoiciH.
"Particular altpimon is jimiI u i- f.-rton of
llioppt,p.,liul Hip laiatuillnar.1 ra-si.nii
tll-la nr the iimr imhl fulli'i'lt'il.
HO IT STOIIKX.
S A .M V I L s o n"
I' I' 1 II S
o n o c r. i: i k s ,
""lo Lkvkb, ('A:(i,
OkMKH IlLHII-m I II till.
!. I). WILLIAMSON,
COMM 1SSK )N M KlU'll A NT,
No. 7H01.1.. !..,.,..
C A 1 U O, I I, I, 1 N O Is.
y.eu lo t'iiiii,.,innilt.
THURSDAY, Jr.NK a-. 18-,
At lilf-ml U o'clock, a.m ti, i. ,,
III U .oMfor rlihrKM i ' ,oll"'l! ko.L.
BalepbiltlTB ami wuliout rucrti.
jalUit "ANIKI, IIAHT.MAN,
u;Bd7.Ti.d rcoiZr."; t,s ;?.i"L 'iA
tflabraUU chromat'e int,,.- oi ai fio Vum.Vl
Kb prlctlii. oftlcr. T,l. I. u.." "t1 Vma.L'i
piea. r InrenUJ. m It Puhrin. In onoliV
Il. work. In colored rriuirr.K, or im or.llnljt
lirMapa, lliart Ly rrducia llei i on (if tlibt tliaiac.
Urof work to a tcry lt rate.
Tl! KAMI LP.
TVorlli, Tliroiiffn i.ii.in, 2.ii p.m
" Way 11:20 p.'m. ll;i" p.in.
SoiiiIi, War l2.tAp.in. lljif p.m.
Through N.O., Strni.
plilnnd Columliiu l.:m p.m. j.i p.m.
Ohm IIMT miiIp, (cxopjil
Jlonlnjl ft)ii p.m. .Kp.w!
Iron .Monnlnin K 11 2:Wa.ln ll:ip.tn.
U'f. II 'r ronli', Tuoiiilav
nn.l Krl.lnj aim p.m. 7.ip.m.
TIipIi t, iim)p Iflnml A ."onin
IV, III' , lli.irnlay A Krl
,iH v i o-.imp.ui. 7:onn in
Mi. Ml. I.I, ll'mnlvil ii n.lil
Intf'nii-, K 1l:Ki.m. I:i)p.tn
hi i ii r. noi im.
(ii in iiii I i. l in j Tinnn.in.
.1 ) .1 lo'.i n.m.)
tump, ..nl r ili'paatini nl. f.l" n.m. n.ui
IIikkIi''' " " " " Cimn.in. Miiip.lii
Mi.ii. v (Inlcr nml lli'uMi r ili'imilincnl' ni-t
upt'ii mi Miinpi) ,
0imt i'.hhhmihh, Nn I.I. Hlnlnl A'Minl.l)
nt II... A.ilnni Mu.i.nl. Hull. flrl nh'l llllril Nl
nrl in. in t'tirli Innntlu
(Mini Cm m m, No. SI, Ili-Kiilnr Cnnmonliniml
Mnnn i' llnll.llio (tooii'I Krhlny Incacli limntli.
Oaiilo Cim'Tiii, No. ;l tiKMlnrfComncatimi
nl M ii.nli' Hall, on tl.p tliinl nu'iiay in cti ry
in. i Hi.
Conn ln..i, No. 2.1? V. A A. .M Itegul.ir Coin
iiiiiiilcnticii'nt Jlaonln Hall, tlin jccciml and
fullilli Mnnilii) ol cacli monlll.
Iii.lta Lotmr, No. MA V. i A. M.-lifjiil.ir Com-
niiinli'alinnv nt .Mn'Ohlc Hall Sri-t nn.l lliiru
Tlmrail.i) In 'cli inonlli.
,,,. r,onnr, SH, loit" In OJil Follow "a
Hal, lii.lrtr's lliiil.llnir, oory TJuir.iln.v,non.
fntf, nt HoVlojk.
q A appclitl convoi'ntionor cairn It. A.i nap.
YY Ii r No. 71, III Lo lii'M nt .MA-or.ic Hull tills
vMThurnliir) i'VcdIok, .lunel'J.l.lHTl. Work
in M. .M. it-rpp. Ity onlpr of M. K. II. I.
I'nlilUliitl ni'ry inornliiic, Mouilny fx
Wlio nill it Lctliiro Imvo peas?
Onit..Iini .loliiisiiii litis u now turnout,
wliirli is very neat.
The fair ut Mound City, AVcdiipaday
night, vita itltcudcd hy iiitu number of
Do not Ibrgel tlin (tliiii); out fulo of
Mrs. Scott Wliitii's storr. Crunt limgnins
in good goods.
A gontlcinnn, recently from In.8ac,
reports tliu democrat in tlint county ns
all aglu ut the "iew depiirturo."
Mr. "Him." Hittenhouio left for Ohio
yuFterdny, to kiijoy n tespito from gro
eerie nnd Uipit nttendaiit troubles.
Mr. L. l).Tlumi, formerly of Nutelic?'.,
Mis., has opened up a wlioleJalo grocery
hoie in llroV building, on Commercia
-- Mr tTirritjuK ns a fur recovered
from t!if elli'cts of a (all in the telegraph
olUiev, it' to honblo to drop the enno which
lie Used ut h supjiort.
Ileiuomber Mr. Meliticr's beuellt at
riiillianrmnie Hall, on Sunday night, upon
which iee:ision will lie produced the great
play of the " Lust Window."
Out Springfield eorrepondonl pok5
of the "eminent" domain hill, and our
printer made him ol tlio 'nniiiial '
domain Mil. Shade of It. I'liinkUn li. pa
The Charleston, .Mo., Keel-ior Club,
will givu a grand ilancii on iho evening of
the l'ourtlj of .Inly, neit, and everybody
from ('(lira, . well a M irsi-sijipi count v,
i cxpetted tu bo pre.-cnt.
'tlie lu.r-es i-ulected to run tlio race to
day uvor the IvMuiklini ciMir.-c are lielng ;
heavily bached by their recpeetive ad
suiieic. It t tlioiinlitiiTerv lameainount
of money lias already been placed in tho
poiil-bu at Alderman l'"il.grald's f air.
ple room ; probably it very unall fortune.
Herbert llanell, mn or Mr. M. II.
Harrell, leaped fri-in the wharf boat , eve
ning before lat, nutl leoeued a companion
who win Kinking fur the lint time. Fur
just such acts uf icroim, the world ha
been Hindu acipiaiiitfO uitli (irace Darling
and Ida Lewi.
Let all the local Imynr lie on the
"breahn'' at tlio I'.allanl warehoiu-o tlii.s
forenoon at t-hurj II n'eluek, us this will
bu the last ialo befnm I he great fair on tlio
Stli iiiitaut. A l-jrgii iiuantitv of loliacco
ill be oll'ereil, to iiiahii room for tlio fair
The wife of the late Mr. Knglbh had
nut iii rive.l, nl tho Imur uf going to picts
last night. Cpun her arrival due notico
will Ui given of tliu funeral arriiiigeinenth.
Could liul the ehildreii of the tmlille
hiiol be im)iH'il to attend tlie funeral
in a body, and thin tetlfy their respect
tor the man who devoted ihc lt pint of
Id life to the instruct inn of outh.
W'u Icium the liov of Cairo are line, of
limb and nature, and it is not iicccary
that tliey ihould lino the upper luvce in a
Hate of complete, umlrerii to eoi vince pus-eri-by
of this fact. If van ieitl wim, bo,
Htid, at inlervali., mwi your forms tijion the
lg, gn whoro tho eyiiofiuiin, and wo
until loo cannot readily reach you. Do.
I he dulcet tone of cow-bcllis, heard
"far oil" In tho distance, in thn stillncM of
niglil, nnd all that orl uf thing, reads very
wi ll to a initn in a city wliere ordinance
o.i-t to pievent it, but is hardly up-
prc'ialod in a town where the ding-dong
veriai-lingly going on under ono' nose,
whether .lecptng or waking-night or
-Ml'mrS. W Kill lllll Ariel; rrl..,.,l
trout t, country, ycntorday, wlioru they
mve b..,.n eativaln for the railroad in
leron. r Um ,,oullty for H WC(J, )llt
' t ni whut thegentlumen report, wo Infer
"t the blue blitcknoKs of the darkct ag. i.
I'ieud our rural fellow-dUxum. (In
" railroad Ui:iilloii they are Mutou
- - r. j -"VIM VI, lllli-
ler lot? enliltit iiml 1,,, ...... i i
1 HOI' si, (,,.. ,.. .
or lovUityH r at er o 7. " V ,
will si Kit i ,Z . . "' . '''
"7" ""'"""'ii tiuuars in
' " B"15 iui.-ri.ny lit ii.t next
paymont of county tnxos, n rodticllon of
nearly ono-hair. A couruy in aucn n eon
ilnr dovclonnicnl moro than
any other In tho atnte heltatlng to build
rnllrond. Is the climax of folly, tho total
ity of blindness, nnd tho nemo of stupidity,
Tho payment of the Interest on tho bonds
for the proposed two roads will not bring
tho taxes up to what has been paid tho
county right straight nlong for years. And
yet there nru men who pralo of Increase
of taxation. Pshaw I
The hog and dog ordinances are rap
idly converting tlio city council Into tha
laughing stock of the town. They arc
both dead letter". If tho City Marshal
undertake to plioot n dog, vicious and hn
thgged, it hue and cry Is raised against
him j he is threatened with arret for
shooting within the corporation ; for the
shooting, weak otie assert, imperils life
end limb, and in thi way tho Marshal is
compelled to desit. It is but a few days
since we aw an untagged cur sel.e M r.
.loc Abell's child, and throw it down upon
the walk. It would doubtless have
Injured tlio boy severely had not
a lady pasor-by interfered, and
driven tlio bruto away. Yet, when shoot
ing was suggestod n a remedy, tlio owner
threatened arrest. Tho hog law Is of tho
samo character. It is inoperative, and
tho marshal cannot do anything under It.
If tho ordinances originated In sound rea
sons, as wo believe thoy did, tho council
should see to it that thoy nro rigidly en
forced. If otherwise, wipothem from the
municipal statutes. Do something, nt nny
rate, lo removo tho universal dissatisfac
tion existing about thorn.
AN nlttllNANOK-IIHKAKKIt AllllllKKS
.n.'WIK HIIOSW ON CAIRO, ANH IT LACK
OK JAIL ACCOM MOUATION.H.
That "cheek" of tho vetornit canal horse,
which has been fo often ud to illustratu
case of Impudence, is soft hs ii bed of
roses or tho head of a love-sick swain, when
compared to tho article worn by it polished
but unfortunate gentleman mimed Atkins.
It has been Mr. A.'s misfortune, although
but In tho prime of hi manhood and of
his vice, to Imvo seen tho inside of more
jails than nil tho missionaries of tho prison
reform Association put together. Willi
tho same ability which dlstiiign!hed him
olsowhore, ho succcedod in sjonring ijuar
ters in our jail, for some petty oflon'o. Af
ter trial and conviction, lie
appealed to tho court "to permit him
to indulge in a few remarks, which," ho
was quite certain, "would bo instructive to
tho court, and of vast bcnollt to tlio cit
izens of Cairo. It is of your Jail," said
.Mr. Atkins, "that 1 would speak, and I
trust your honor will indulge me.'' Tho
Judge did indulge him, nnd .Mr. Atkins,
grabbing his coat-tall with ono hand and
with tlio other smoothing his uncombed
locks, proceeded :
"MAY IT K ASK YOl'K 1ION0IL
1 trust the attitude I occupy hero of a
prisoner, will not prejudico this honorable
court agnitit the suggetioni which I am
about to nio't respectfully submit. 1 will
jtr efuce thee niggestions witli the remark
that I speak not fur mvielf alone, but ut
ter the scutimeuU of thoa drift in the
current of humanity, wliumill-wii.il and
rough tides have driven high and dry on
ttio i-horu of mWfortune. May it please
your honor, it U years since hist I was in
Cairo. It occasions, sir, no lo' pleasure
than amtieiiuut to myself to
note the wonderful stride which your
young city has mado in prosperity ; to wit
ness on every hand tho growth of wealth
and intelligence. Why, your honor, thou
noble structures tliu churches and school-
houe with which yourcity Is dotted aro
monuments to tlio character of your peo
ple, lint, sir, wliilu this is true, there re
main in your municipal organization ono
important delect may 1 not call it glar
ingto which 1 would call your attention,
hopeful that, by so doing, time will not bo
lost to remedy it. It ! of tlio Jail, sir, I
would speak tho jail. 1 positively atliriit,
from vast observation, that tliu four cor
ners ol tho earth may bo ransacked in vain
aye, in vain and another Cairo jail can
not bo found. Tho food, sir, considered as
prisoners' fare, is tolerable; hut the cell;
would equal tho lllack Hole of Calcutta ;
for 1 enn assure you,thoy nro quite ns desti
1 1,1 to of air it It tl liuht as this device
of tho Knst Indian, by which the
noble lliitous met their doom. I
seo upon the face of the honor
able court a frown which warns mu tu do
fi.it. Rut I cannot do so without again
appealing in tho namo of unfortuiialu hu
manity for tliu improvement of an institu
tion in your midst which is u rhamoto and
fraud upon the nineteenth century clv
lli.ttiou. 1 am done air."
Olllccr Shechan thon escorted tho olo
quent individual hack lo tho 'Mm me to
and fraud upon thu nineteenth century
civili.titi in," and handed him over to Mc-
llale, who gives him tlio air and sunshine
which were denied to thn martyred llritons
of the ItlatU Hole, togeliter with n fhovol
and pick, over which lo cur'ii tho fato that
idiucs in a false position a gentleman so
delicate nnd rell.ied.
Tno speech is substantially as ho deliv
ery u before .Itldgo IIroj.
"Turin la powerful and must prevail,"
and it is true that there i not a better
boot and shoemaker in Caiio than Phillip
lltmyh. One trial is sulllelent to satisfy
any ono of the fact, that for durability,
el .,tn I III. . i . .
n) ami unless, ms work cannot bo ex
celled, lie can bo found at all times at
ms mop, on I'.ighth street near Ohio
Levee, and notconlluing himself lo any
peculiar stylo or fashion, can guaranteo
to ins irleiuls and customers full and com
plcto satisfaction. je-HO-tf
Ilunsi-; Raci:ThisKvkninii. Jolinlloep
plo's bay horso will run agtlmt Kynnston's
gray and llribach black maro over the
Cairn race course, tills evening at C
o'clock. Ilribacli, confident of the stipe-
i lor lleetnos" of his animal, glvee lloeppin'g
bay, 100 feet. A lively time is expected.
Let everybody bo thero to see. It
.Vfiii. Tlio nrancli meat shop of J nines
wynastun, located on Commercial avenue,
V101 ,W " t,lu store of J,,,,,,.;
"mr uumr l sll"yg "11 tlio ru II m-d
"";ul uul" ,,f Ulul l,orllo f Wrorlli
I y nr.l Willi splendid meat. If you have
not Hid l,l, Kvo utm (l CttUi tr
TOWN Til K "SHOOT" VKItV
JOHN . IIAltMAN
stands it like a man, nnd will "go'1 any
thing to displace from powor tliu present
"d d unclean sot."
has not only Joined tho army of " progres
sives," but proclaims himself uwny In nd-
position is not known.
tho Jeweler, stands by tho resolutions of
'US and tn, Corr.y, of Cincinnati, tho iJity
Hook and Its "mongrels," and won t do-
part worth a cent.
Mil. M. II. II.MIIIKI.I.
wn it "departurist," when, to "tlepart,"
subjected the "traveler" to democratic
Mil. M I1AI.K
thinks it Is a fraud on thu time-honored
principles of the parly, ami doe not be
lieve In " moving around and mixing
advance slowly and cautiously, but It Is
said, surely, to iho "Jerusalem" of the
j limn: niiosa,
was all right on tho "Journey," when tho
travelers were fow and fnrbclweon. What
his position is now wo ennnot state, for wc
have nut "interviewed" him that Is to
say, lately. 1
Ml Kill I T IKVIN
wanted to bury tho dead long ago. "Tlio
proper place for corpses," said ho, "was
tlio ground out of sight."
was a "depnrturisl" two years before Yal-
lamliLrliam rducked thu rino fruit. Live
men and Ii vo measures has been tho Col
onel's constant ndvicolo thu democracy.
JACK CONN KIIS
would sec tho "bloody nngur to thodivll"
before ho "would let him vote."
Mil. S. P. WllKK.I.KK
takes it quite naturally and dlspluys not
the fo litest emotion over it.
rarely falls on tlio wrong side of tho fenco
when tho cat jumps, and so "departs.-'
U too well skilled in nnatomy not to
know it corpse human or political when
ho views it. "Fighting the inevitable,
should Imvo been abandoned two years
ago" said tlio Doctor.
CAIT. HILLY WILLIAM
takes Ids in homeopathic. lose, and enter
tains too high a regtrd for tho political
pa't to "depart" from It much.
remarked to us on Iho night of Logan's
Inst harnnguo here, Unit it was tho duty
of the national democracy to grapple with
questions of finance and taritf, and on
these do battle. Krum which wo infer
that ho has not much faith in resurrection
of political corpses.
Is always right. Ho has n clear head,
docs his own thinking, and when ho forms
bu opinion, ia not afraid to express it. Uc
was for Chn;u pending tho democrat
ic nomination for president,
last electio:i, nnd hails tho
"shoot'' with unmixed satisfaction. Ho
says it vindicntos his judgment, nnd tunny
who violently dltl'ered with him thon, ns
siimo now tho features of the owl, and say,
"Well, may bo so; perhaps wo might hnvo
tiecn wrong," nnd so on.
has !gbcd for it, lo I tlioso many days.
TAKK IT ALL IN ALL
Cairo "departs" well, undTlir. Rl'LLLTIN
is proud of its share in lighting up tho
road Hint so fairly promises to lead tho de
mocracy to victory in tho near future.
lUxiAin.K ANH Htk. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills are mild and pleas
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nnusca or griping, lining en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. They
itrnuse tho liver and secretive organs into
healthy action, throwing oil' disease with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system.
Try them and you will bo sntistled.
Price'J.'i cents a box. Sold by druggist
and dealers in medicine everywhere.
Prepared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., St
Louis, Mo. myiidm
A Li. powders nml outward applications
close up tlio pores of tho skin, rendering It
harsh, coarse and tlabby, and In u short
time destroy tho complexion. If you
would Iniv.i a fresh, healthy and youthful
itppcarnncc, purge tho system thoroughly:
usonp.i.Miioi.iiV (iitAPK I'll. i nnd Hklm-
iioi.ii'sSaiisapahii.i.a which bonutiile tho
complexion. How-tiro of those choup pat
ent pills, carelessly prepared by inexpe
rienced persons vended in wooden boxes-
must of which contain cither calomel, mer
cury or other dolotorious drugs.
Din You KvKitf "No, 1 nover," saw a
pioru co.y nnd complete barber shop than
that of Anthony Kechbach, one door bo
low tlio post ofllco, Tho room has Iicon
newly pnpored, tho floor newly covered
and tho wholo establishment put in flrst
cbtss onlor. Kschbach Is ono of tho most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
harbors in tho State, employs courteous
and expert assistants mid keeps just such
n shop ns citizens nnd strnngors will lake
n solid satisfaction in patronizing.
CllKAT KXCITKM KNT, Thu city hns
been agitated during the past week on tlio
subject of tlio oxcoIIlmiI St. Louis Reer,
"Wolss Rcer, Rhino AVine, and splondid
cigars for sale at Cluirloy Schoiioiiioyor's
saloon. Hi A eiss Reer is becoming
popular drink his Rhino Wino
best in tho city, his St. Louis Reer
alwnya lco cool. The Kgyptian Saloon Is
located nt tlio corner of Tenth street and
Washington avenue, where Till lovors of
good things to drink should call.
A Curk CuARANTP.Kii, Kress' Fovor
Tonic Is univorsnlly recognized as tho best
medicine extant for tha curso of fovors.
It is for salo by P. 0. Schuh, druggist,
two doors south of tho postolllco, nnd ho
guarantees nil who buy from him that It
will euro chilla and fovors. If it doos not
corn Mr. SchuH agroes to return tho
money, Can itiiythlnts bo fairer limn
1 thill mtyS4tf
TIUIlUTK FROM TltlC (SCHOOL IlOAniiTO TIIK
WORTH OP Til ' 1.aTB II. 15. KNOLIHII.
Al ipccinl ii xti ig of tho board of
school directors, held .'it Iho ofllco ot W.
II. Reed, June 22, 1871, district No. 1, tho
following resolutions woro adopted, nnd
ordered to bo spread upon tho records of
Hiram S. Kngliib, principal of tho Cai
ro public schools, having boon cut down
In the priino of hisllfo and in tho midst of
his usefulness, wo doom It fit that wo nnv
such trlbnto to his memory ns our knowl
edge sf his many excellencies of head
and heart will warrant: Thorofore,
HeirJvtil. That In the death of Mr. Knir-
lish tha cauo of popular education bus
lost ono of its ablest, most earnest nnd ef
tlcont supportors, tho III old of letters nn
ornament, society an tipright,honornbloand
conscientious christian man, nnd a dovotcd
wifu ii most provident and nflccliunnto
KrWv'i, That, in common with thu
friends of tho Cairo public schools, we
deeply deplore tlio death of Mr. Knglisli
us an itlllicliou Unit Involves tho loss of mi
educator who possessed, In nn eminent de
gree, those rare traits of character that lil
ted ill ti a for tho position ho hold in our
schools that secured to him thu uflections
and confidence of his pupils, tho respect of
Ms assistants, ana tliu esteem ol all who
knuw him. That wc, ns directors of tho
schools muy iccure, in his successor, ser
vices so generally acceptable to our cont
inuity wo ci.n scarcely nope, believing that
in all that constitutes tho successful teach
er, ho had fow equals, and no superiors in
Jlrsolvctt, Hint to tlio rospocleU widow,
father, and relatives of tho deceased, wo
extend nn expression of our hcnrt-folt con
dolence, insuring them that our wholo
community sympathize with them In their
great boreovement nnd irreparablo loss.
Jah. R. Rkkd,
M. R. Harkkll,
lloanlnf Sehool Dirpclors for lllstrii't So. , T.
17, H It. 1 W.. Alexander county.
" Mr Kino pom ioiiaHoimkI" Jerome
Park, with its raco courso nnd rncos, will
bo eclipsed this evonlng in Cairo, whon
tho tlery steeds of Rrlbach, Roopplo and
Kynnston start on their gruud contest for
tho championship of Southorn Ulinoii.
DiKH. At tho residence of his parents,
Daniel nnd Helen Kelly, yesterdny after
noon at forty-llvo minutes past four
o'clock, Kugeno, aged eight months nnd
Funeral from tho pnsscngcr depot this
uftomoon at forty-flvo inlnutoi past two
Tlio house hcretoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Leveo between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house, if
not tlio best business housu is certainly
ono of tho best stands in Cairo. It fronU
tho principal steamboat landing and Is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Alo tliu second floor of tho samo building
suitably nrrnnged forofllces. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth ic Co s. wholesale
grocery store. tf
Ik you desire a mild, pleasant, safe und
agreeable cathartic, which will causo
neither nausea or griping pains, use na
ture's remedy, Hki.miiolh's Orapk Pill.
They nro purely vegetable- j their compo
nent parti being catawba, grape juice and
fluid extruct rhubarb. Should you desire
a brilliant complexion, youthful appcar
nnce, now life, now Ircsh blood and re
newed vigor, ttio Helmihild'h Extract
St. N Ichoi.as. Day boarders enn se
cure good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) ut ft per
weok. Tlio house is at the corner of Ohio
leveo und Kiglith street, n central location,
and is proprictorcd by Hany AVnlker,
who is nlivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho orlWo.
Thk Fknton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial nvenuo
and Twentieth street, is now in clinrgo of
Mr. M. 1). (Juntcr, who having purchased
und thoroughly reflttcd It, invites tho nt
tentlon of lite public to tho fact that hu is
now prepared to furnish dealers und fami
lies with tlio very best article of corn meal.
Orders left ut tho mill or sent through tho
postolllco will receive prompt ntleiitiom
Fruit ForSai.k. Tho undersigned of
fers Tor salo, In tho. orchard, in Pulaski
county, nlno milos from Cairo, a largo
in,mil nl' elinlrn l'rlllt. eolisistlnir. of
neaclies. rears, apples, quinces, etc. Tills
fruit can bo liought ut n great bargain. If
applied for soon. Knquiro of
I, S. Hawkin.1,
Jun21d2w U.S. Custom House,Cairo.
For Sam:. A good buggy will bo sold
cheap for cash : may bo used for ono or
two hones. Any porsou desiring to pitr-
chuso will find it to their interest to call
on tho biibscribcr, at tho cornor of Tenth
and Walnut streets. "Wm. Hurry.
Hamilton's Ruchu nnd Dandolion is
fully us good and a much cheaper nrticlo
us Hclmbold's Buchu, nnd Is ns genernlly
rocommendod by physicians. P.O. Schuh
lius it for sulu and will sell It for less monoy
than any urtlclo of its kind. Je21tf
Come to Stay. Robert Rold has per
manently established a coal yard nt Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purpose of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows nt
ul times, day or night,
jetitf C. S. Hutchinson, Agont.
AY.M. Kiilurs lias tho best brands of
French calf, moroccos, kid, buckikin and
patent leathers, all of which ho will man
ufacture into tho latest stylo or boots and
shoes to suit tho tnsto of any und nil his
Marriaok OuiiiK.-lntorustlng work,
numerous engravings, l!24 pages. Prico
f.O cents. Address Dr. Units Disponsary,
No. 12 Nortli Klghtli Street, Si. Louis,
Mo. Seo Advertisement.
Aykrt thi: Kvu.. If mothers would
givu Mrs. 'Whitcomb's Syrup to their chil
dren whon sick, mortality would bo less
among thorn. It only costs 25 eonts.
Uiu'i. Tho harbor shop of Wm. Alhu,
on Commercial nvenuo, near tho cornor of
Klghtu street, Is tho placo to which all
lovers of a good, closo almvo with razors
iharpor than the wit ot twonty Jorroldi,
wind their way. tf
OLOSIHGr OTJT .A.T COST !
M-iri.y nuuiiu'i ..mi
HOOTS, SHOKH, HATS, (JAI'S, NOTIONS, KTL,
Hi Ionian to tlio (-stale of (In- Me
WILL UK SOLD AT COST,
AT TIIIO 01,1) STAND, CORNKU
Kkp.p Cool. Uelrlgeralors, lco ciirslH
water coolers, I X L ico cream freo.irn
bath lub, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., nl
HKKRWART, ORTH A: CO.'S,
mylStr Dili Com. Ave.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS III
Flvo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THK. NKW-YORK 810RK, lit 7 1. Oil
per dozen. Largest wholesale and retail
stock in thocjty.
(iRKKLY Sc l'AllTKK.
Twknty-Fi vk Ck.nts. This amount
will buy a bottlu of Mrs. Whitcomb's Syr
up, tho great soothing nuneily fur nil dis
eases Incident to Infants and children.
KlNPLINO. 500 " glass boxes " fur sale
nt 6 cents each. W. W. Thornton.
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS;
SKSI KD prorf.ala will lrrrlp.l ty .Mi r".
l'ptr Ns-1! aiel John (iockel for the . rtction of
ilielr ti.iininon Ohio Lptpp, Ltpn Koiirtlinn'l
Slith slrppls, unlll rinlurilar. June illh, al n- on.
Plan anl sf Ifioatlons are upcn for rsllinalps
In room No. 3, nvr llpcrwart, Ortlt St Co.'a tin
storp, nn Cninmereial.nrnup.
CSinni.l) T. NKFK.
JOHN (iUCh UI..
(Mm, Jutieil, IS7l.-il.lt
ORDINANCK NO. 1 11.
An (irillnauce niithnriiln at ty of Pipcullun In
Hp It onlalnC'I Ly Iho City Council of Hip rlly of
Hrcrioa 1. That it stull Lp the ilul) of Uip IVIirc
Magistrates of Ihc city of ( Alro wIipoptit the
City Attorney of sahl .-it) may so iHipoi to allow
a stay of piroutlon for nny Hiiip not ncusliu
forlj-i letit lioui In Umr nl nn) person who
may Late 1i-pii foun J KUlltr of a violation of nny
onlmancnof sahlrlly, an-l thp Clly Attonipy limy
illrect spelt slay whimsTPr h may think the In -tPtpt
or thpel.y r-iilr.- sticli ty of cjecntlmi.
I'roTiilpil, any prron in whoipfaor slay of pip
viilion ia Iiml who hall Lo loun-l within tho Hunt
of Hip city of Cairo altpr tha Hiiip of aueli Mv of
PZPCIltlon baa rl.pne l nhall I' .Irall w.lhaa If no
atich May of pxecntinn ria l Lpen ruutp.1.
Approtnl JunaiJ.I, 171.
Atlpsi, .lOHN.M. LANillKN, Mainr.
.M. J. Howiar.Oity ClprV. jeiJdlot
REPORT OF THK CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK,
At Cairo, In tha Mali of Illinois, at iIip C"op of
Hulncs, June loin, l"l.
1jans anil discounts -
1). H. taonds to seem., circulation
" " on hanil
Oilier stoeka. linJ unil im-rlnaKi-s. .
Hue from ri-li't-mlug anil
rp-. rve iiniiit" m. M,irt.i po
Due Irom other National
Hank l'',H2 l'i
Diip from other Hanks anil
lianti- 1 '''-' i
Olher real etap . 'iliHii r.t
Current espen( 1,'Jun 2
Tines ialil -',(-'7
Clippk nml oilipr Cnli
item - .... V"1 lrt
IlllU or other Niilloiiul
U.inks lH,t7' "I
Fractional currency nnu
nk-klOH 3.7711 M
Hppcl - H'.II J
l.p)!nl Teieler Not.- :f,,i.Oi
Hi, I I I 'A
. t'1,411 7
Cupllnl stock pahl 111... .
I'roHt mui loss.
S l.'.ll sj
, H;,lSi 14
IVII W si,""" 1"
nil, 117.1 ..I
line to Hnnka anil H.iiiki-ra 07
Total IWI.ni 1s
Hlnte nf Illinois, Aluxaieler Cmiity, a.
I, A. H. Maltur.l, Cnshl.-r nl tin. City National
Hank, of Cairo, ilo aoli-mnly awear thai the itrKite
statement Is line In I In' ln-t of my kimulcilge
ami U-llef, A . II. HAFFOItO, Cashier.
HilL'crilieil nml nH.irii l la-fore me, Hu IMh
U.iyof.Iiuio,lS71. II. II.CA.MiKK.
Correct Attest. Netarj I'lililni.
W. I', 1UM.1DAY.
It. II. CUNNINOIIAM,
(i. I'. WILLIAMSON,
or thi. rnaiuriox or mi'
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OF CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
At Hie Close of Huslnes 1111 the Mill .In) of
Loans nn.l ilicounls f 70
UienlrnHH 1.31 on
II. H. LonilHlomcureelri'ulalinn hlpm 00
U, H, bon.li nmt sf-ciirltlen on
hitiiil :i,3IO a
Other bonils, stocks nml inori-
Knes 11,018 Ui
Duo from redei-mlni; and resern
KKents 7,577 11
Duo Horn other national hunks l,l';l b
Due from other Lanka ami hunkers 1,111 71
Heal Kstnte 4s,t)Jl ivl
Ktirnilure ami lixluie U,77'.i 41
Cash Items, Inch iIIiil- ruveaiio
.Slninps 141 l
Curreiit .-.xjh iisi h .'-.'.i; 31
Cash on hitiiil (ueln) S l!,l'l 17
Currency :il,7Ki Vs SC.'s'fl
Capital stock , r, M ""-''
Interest ',,.! s.tM t
l'rnllt aril Inaa (117 -1 -.ll ,A
Circulntlon onistanillin! b'.TJ (U
ImllTidiial .lopos.ia....... ui
Due lo National Uanka... .
f 2.U,32u HO
Hnnkol Cairo. Jo oliiiiilyvrerthat lie nbor-
u u;.riiM.J ami aworn to before inc. this ISth
.ay of Jlfjf I A'VnOHAM, Notary Public.
Correct atlf j.T.BRNNIB,
iiic mrgp mi'i iiiaftimictiH Mock of j
SIXTH STRKKT AND Oil 10 l,K
SIHS. M'OTT Will i I
CRAWFORD IIOl'SK, p
CORN Kit HIXTH ani. WALNl"lJ
(Kiilrancc on Mulh l ,)
P. .1. Ilati", )
r' iV V-'Y', t f .MNI'ISNAll. hi;
I.. It. l'lwieV, J
OAKK, (.'AIIV A CO. 1'ioprlrt'iM.
Ohio I.pt.p, brtwreu ."ixlli nul Kiatlilli til
opposite main HeatuLoat IaiiiIIii,
brlwreu Slllh nul 1
Up main HeatuLoat I
NKWI.V FITTI'.l) ANI) Fl HNISIII
Ti-riua, H'J er liny.
Watch kept lur I.jhIp nnJ trains ulht an,
wiiiti: A I.VNH,
T'KNTRAI, IIOl'SK. ,
0i,sIIp the Potofflpp, on Hi Jib lrel U-lj
Waililturton an I Comuiprcial airline.
This Louie has Lecn llmiellyliljr mr Ii
refurulhis an-1 rpnotatnl, ami la now on
the rerpplion of khpsI. Tho rooms areali
and well vpdIIIsI.-.I, ami fuahlturp new
kept nlhl.-n l il-iv, .MIL. (lAFK.NKY
OMMKItCIAL-AVKM'K, UPPOsirK P
jnsKI'll IIAYLIss, : : ' PIlOITIICT
Thk lloi'si: im Ncwi.v I't'itNi
Ami otters to Hip pill, lie firsl las ai-iKinl
tions nl rrasonal,. rates,
ICi: CltlM.si SALOON.
LOI'IS NASSANO'S .
ICH CllEAAl SALOO:
HelM.-.-ll Mesellleentli hiiiI I'.lKliK
rnlll". HII.OH.N l.i la-eu hu. l-ouu-ly f.H,
. ami will alns)s supply die Ust
To be fuiiml "in)wbere in IliPeity.
familiesoi'. pari'iks srppi
ON SHORT NOTICE. "
ni".be palrouiiKe of Hip public Is i(s-qx
IIIHITS ANI NIIOi:S.
llllll'P A Vti mini.- MAk'I'L
HrlHeeu Wasun;toii Avenue nn.l I'npUr
llools mill Chops Ma in lo Onler.
I'me Workmen Hmploycil.
CITY SIIOK STORM
HOOP SKIRT FACTOI3
smr. Aiirsn run
ROOTS A N I) S II 0 K
('uiiiiiicrcliil.'A venue, Corner ol' V.lv
PARTICULAR ATTKNTION 1'AIH TO AM
HKRS FOR HOOPSKIRTrt AND KlU'KSI
vTl.llr in.MiM I... . II VT 11 II V
ST. LOUIS RRANOH 5
UOSTON TYlMi FOUNJllHI
Colt. CHK8TNUT ANH SkC'ONI) STS,, j
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Hook, newinnnor und lobtvnn nr .wir .1
liiada of the celebrated Hard nnJ Touufi M
ueciiiiur tu me oubiuii jpu rouaiiry, urusa a
lends, metal furniture, black nnd colored
cases, atanda. couii.oailion allcks. nreuans ,1
composition, galleys, ley brtislioa, inlteriiiiN
viunea, papvi ami v.iu cuiiers, en:,, etetl
eonstaiitlv on hand. Addreaa ur.tpra I
JAMKS A. Hf. JOHN, Manager! ye
HI In. I Mr, ,;.r.".7aut