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TIME TA1ILP. Or TI! li ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. B.
"Oil and after Hnnday, Ma Hth. 1871. the follow'
ing tlme-taWo wul novrn tho nirlval nnd depart
iir"f paniDKtr trAlna r.t Cairo; .
Vb--JfolI train, .tally r.S11:4S p.m.
h.irrj, iiaiij 2.15 i.m
irrire .Man, iiaiiy a:30 a.n
n.xprM, dolly, except Hundav 3: P-tn
No chanao of cnm from Cairo to St. Loiil.
i-lianxe litcara from Cairo to Chicago. Klfiant
Drawing Koo-n tIcepinE cum no niM
luggage cho.xM b all Important 'polnln.
I lift n .h f .1. f arrti""S
.10.1 to th-firl that i Print KprWralii
.re Cairo .Mlj.3Alitr.Uyi. xrl,,,,.An ..
huh iliu run from llii- city to Cbuwm"' '
OjjJUdlioiir,.. iKK Jl"- "
TIIRSTIM3I TUG, CACHE
U'lLMAW It. DANDUSKY.
CAIEO MX). CIT3T
Leave Mt. City
"t or i iniiTrt ftiitrr.
At " A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At I i.t.
At C l'.ji.
At 8.30 A.M.
At '-'.30 r.M.
Al C.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
II0Y fACIOIlV, HA WE, LANDING, KY.
MOUTH OP CACHE, MAJIINU WAV!),
AKI X.WY Y.nu.
ALLEN, .MUiiKEY k WHEELER,
William J. Allen, "1
John H.Mulkey, CAlltO, ILLINOIS.
BBTartlcnlar Kltention paid to river nnJ ml
orricE nooMs 7 and 8 wistek's iilock.
GHKKN & GILBEHT,
WiIIIadi H.C.rfen, )
William B Oilli'rt, V
0-5cUl attention ghen to Admiralty and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, KO.OMS 7 AND 8 OYER
IIOOTN AMI SIIOKS.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKEH,
hitten Wa'h'tiiiton Avenue and l'oplar Street,
HwjIs and Shoe Made to Order,
fine Workmen Emplojo.l.
CITY SHOE STOKE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
fUllr AGEMT IOU
custom-made 1 '
15 0 O T S AND S II O K S
oiumcrt'inl Avenue, Corner or DIkIHIi
PA&TlCULAfe ATTENTION VA1D TO AM, OH
IlEKS VOIl UOOMKIRTR AND BttOKH.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MAHKKT
CHAN. taVUIt A CO.,
KEEP coDHantly on hand the taut of l,et.
pork, million, teal, lamli, aui.a;c, iiudiiliii:
Jtc. -rreh white lanl In auy uiuiutltj , i urm-il
Ix-ef, 4t., alaj on hn.L
Order promptly tilled, nnd attraction nrran-
JAMES KYX ASTON,
ItiiKlu r nnd llfiilfr In Mil UIikIh Trosli
UiKktu .S'isnii.Niii n I'oviak KtKrit.
C Mil ), ILLINOIS.
BUYS mid .Uui(hler only the very be! calllv,
hofi aod hecp, and ih prepire.I to nil anj
OMiiica for freh mean frntn one ixiiind to ten
Uioumtnd IK.UDJ,, .r'tint
ITltM . uui:.
H. K. HAltHELL,
DEALER IK EU RN I 'i'TJ RE
HOUSE FUHN1S1UNG (K)ODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
J. GEO. STEINUOUSE,
Cor. ftllii. u..,t
TCltan TowiU ami
WTLiillfci,' and children'!, hair i nt and ahkin.
Vwed, tlihir at tho thou or at Ihtir or i.T.,,.Li
.Gnllinn'r whlakera and hair dyi.d in u
... ,..uKrll nuiiainciiuu Kuaraiut'M.1.
' Addition to thi. Civ. t t.;"""'"vu """'a lira
Lot VT block VI.
L'H it Llotk M,
" 23 ti, " 3i .1 Sj
forWmis.vle. apply 19 JAMUiJOHN'ON.
t r. 'I e2. 1. v.
Nortli.'.ihreugh ;; StiafMi ,,00 ,.m.
.. .!... v. ti. Mom
II 'I'limilKI' ' it . . a a. A
... r.,iuml.ii .i.TO. :uup.m,
fijOOp.m. 0.00 p.m.
iron MotinUm is.
mwr route, Tuesday
2:30a.w. 11:00 p.m
,J I flu7...- " '
.. . . r. on iliu.
Tid'C". tl.i' ''""" "
IV. IIH.i 111"""" r ti
ter v- O.oop.m.
jfsyflrMi lilnn.lTillo and
Lorciace, ivy ...w ......
iSiimlnyx S to a.m.)
Money Ord-r dopnattncnt i 8:00 n.m. C:00
iri in ti r ' " " " 8.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m
Money Order and Itetistcf departments not
open on Sunday.
Caiud'Commamifiiv. No. 13. Stale.! Anemblj
at tho A)!um Masoni i Unll, llrt nn.l thtrdSiU
tirilnv In each month
I CAHtoCot-KCtt, No. 21, iieguUr Convocallohat
M i.niur Hal .the cpcorxl hriilay In each month,
C'aiuo Ciipttii, No. 71. St(iiUr Convocation
at .ilawnic nun, on ino iiiiru iucsjsj oi eiirj
M'iiuh,liiit. Mii.tQT I. A A'. M fteculnr Com
minilr'iiiioin nt Jlmnnlc Hull, tho iocon.1 nml
f.wirtli Atun.lAX a nt each month.
liriiA Lflhor, o.6Wl r. j a. m. ueKuiar uom-
nimi cation nt .Mnionlc JU1I nrji anj uiiru
Thursday In each month.
ALr.XAMra Lonor, 22t, Jferti In OJd follow'
liijr, at do'clo'k
JIiilj. Ill Art'T M iiuiiuihk, flrj iiiurpuui tmii.
I'lilillslird rvory mnrnlnif, MonUny rx
The best Urosso & lllnckwoll's cssenco
of sliriinp.', nt Jorgonsen's. tf
KiniiLINO. COO " glnss boscs " for snlo
at s cents ench. "Y. "V. Thornton.
Milk Cows rou Sale. Two freih
milk cows with young calves for sale. En-
quiro of D. Ilunu & Son.
Cairo, AuguU 17, 1071. lw
Notice. From August 1st until further
notice, tli o faro por transit stcamor Illinois
plying between Cairo nnd Columbus will
bens follows: Ono war, S1.G0; round trip,
1 $2.00. V. A. Lowtii,
lp you want Imported assorted French
pickles, go to Jorgonsen's. tf
.1. J. TitoMA lias IHted up tho room
lately occupied by "VV. G. AVorthingtons
on Commercial avenue, where ho is doing
n good business. Go nnd soo him nnd
givo him n trial. He is prepared to do nil
kinds Of work in tho photograph line, nnd
doc3 it well.
Fou French cherries in syrup go to Jor
New I'noTOoitAPii Gallery. "We ne
tico that Mr. J.J. Thomas has fitted up
tho rooms lately occupied by "V. G. "Worth
ington in very good style, and, as an artist,
is doing excellent work that should entitle
him to n fair sharo of patronage.
Notice. Deeming n knowlcdgo of
chemistry necessary to tho student of nil
sciences and professions, as well as to the
mechanic, I propose to open a class of
chemistry of forty lemons, commencing
on the first Monday in September next.
For particulars inquira at my office, 142
Commercial avenue, Cairo,
did A. "Wadqymab.
Tky Gillot's doublc-strongth extracts.
Notice to SiuiTKr.s. Until further (
notice the transit steamer, Illinois, will cx
tuml Iut trips to Hickmnn twico u week,
viz: Tuesday and Friday mornings, nnd
if llie amount of freight will justify her in
si ilolri;, she will make threo or four trips
por week. For tho present, frciuht will
Int rcci'ived on the Transit Wharf lloat
only on Mondays and Thursdays,
.,. men Johnmon, Agent.
C'uiro, 111., Aug. 18, 1S71. dlw
Vr. would cull the itltcnuon 01 our
country friends who wnnt to got good
pictures tu call on .1. J, Thomas, who has
a very pleasant gallery on Commorciul
nviiiiiui for their nccominodaliou, and is
really tho best artist vsohavo had in Cairo
or a long time. tf
Ask your grocer fur Gillet's snou white
If you havo tho Chills and Fever Use
Dr. Itattlnger's Fever Drop; ono bottlo
s Mltllcient for a thorough cure. No person
need have the fever a hecond tltuo when
thi-ff drops can be obtainud. daw lw
Notice. Allen, Mulkoy it Wheeler
havo removed to tho Flret National Hank
building on the Ohio Leveo. Aug. 22,at
Well regulated famllluH usu (lllleff.
ItELiAiii.K and Sapk. Dr. Henry
Hoot and Plant Pills nro mild and please
ant III their operation, yet thorough, pro
duelng no nauen or griping, lleing en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with,
out regard to diet or business. Thv
arouiu thu liver and .ecretlvo organs Into
healthy action, throwing olf disease with-
ui ex nuuting or debilitating the system
- aim you will ho satisfied
cenis a iWx. Sold by druggists
and dealers in tnodleinr, r,vn,.....-
J, " IVI I MIIVIU
repared by tho Grafton Mndlnlnn in
Hoots and Shoes or thk Mn.i.mv
vo looueu in upon tho onternrlalm. nr,
of Elliott & Hnythorn yesterday, and
uuwn uirougu tneir largo cetabllfch-
'"'tit. They have just received a part of
th-ilr Hoek for tho fall trade, and have,
'Willingly, Il0U(,,t boott nl(J slow
""i'l-yall . country for a yi
come TUoyw J , 1 J
0 ved tosocleb,,,,, (hJxC,u
1 hey have fine sewed W.
u year to
sell for S'i; ragged loou r" ,T.w?..ino?
sho.MforSl.oO.nnd all kinds of ",
snocs correspondingly low. They fc,IM "
nothing to show goods, uud invito ull p.
aons who uesiro tiuythlng In their lino to
tun uuu txamino their Ktock befgro pur
THE CAIRO DAILY
Hot, ycitordny. ,f
Tho Sr;iJoie In elok printcrs-iun
struck. ;' '
City taxes nro flowing into ,flio Ircatt:
ry, sloWly. 1 1 ' '
Dr. Itrighain is tho fullior of it new
boy. First weight, eight pounds.
Judgo linker is resting nt n watering
place, in tho central part of tho State
Tho Deltas go,to be sacrificed or gain
A glorious Victory to-day,' at' Mound Ojity.
Tho movement to resuscitate tho
Good Templnrs Is not being vigorously
Tho work of revising tho ordinances
n most laborious Job It progressing with
Tho polico force do not tako kindly to
tho proposition to knock otT their fees and
add to tholr snlarloi.
1 (id Lutheran Gorman School pic-nic,
on Monday next, must not bo forgotten
Ticknts, 25 conts each.
U Ids for building Cacho bridge, nt
Unity, will bo received until tho 0th day
of Scptcmbor.next. See advertisement.
If tho polico nro all discharged to, bo
hired again, is tlioro not dangor that sev
eral of tho members will "slipup" in
Mr. F. E. Albright was In tho city
yesterday, tho picture of good nature. IWo
nro glad to learn that ho has at last rccqvi
orod health nnd bids fair to livo a thousand
years, tnoro or less.
Officer Ilobcrtson arrcittd a 'negro
last night for the venal offense of stialipg,
shirt, xiio poor follow naa only one
and in hie innoconeo bollovod that ho had'
n right to bo tho owner of two, ovon if oni
was stolen. Ho pinod last night in the
mansion of McUalo.
Tho entorprising firm of Mathus &
Uhl, commission morchants, havo rented
tho new store room No. C4 Ohio Levoe, op
oslto tho steamboat la(ndlng.u They have
unlimited storago room and aro roady for
consignments of all descriptions of grain,
hay, otc. Sec card in another column.
The Turners will hold a grand anni
versary festival at School' Hall, on Mon
day, tho 25th ofSoptetnbcr. Th proceeds
of tho festival will bo used in tho ereotion
of tho proposed now Turner hall. Partic-
lars of tho festival will bo mado public In
Indignant citlr.ens in tho fourth ward
threaten to put a head on ofllcor Holmes.
Ho is too efficient to please thorn. The'
proposition is In bad tasto, and we would
uggest that It should not bo acted upon.
Holmes hns a decided aversion to "a head,"
and could not bo induced to go through
the operation patiently.
Jack Connors is an amiablo husband
when In his cups. Ycstorday ho whipped
his wife with neatness nnd dispatch. In his
nnger he throw n bucket of butter at her,
and plnyfully'eoaked tho cd with soveral
pails of water, llross fined him $10 and
costs, and sent him to tho city jail to sober
Tho most popular shop shop in town
is on 20th street opposite tho court house
liotel, where Win. Elders manufactures
b'oots and shoes for his customcrr, warrant
oJ to be of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, nnd which ho guanrnloes to givo
entire 'satisfaction. Gallon him nnd you
Will know how it is yourself. jy2Ctf
A meeting of tho merchants of Cairo
was held at tho Chamber of Commerce, on
Monday last, to take into connidoratlon tho
proposition of Mr. Kounts to establish a
regular lino of steamers between Cairo and
Now Orleans, if ho can obtain pecuniary
encouragement. Tho meeting 'adjourned
without taking any dofinlto action.
A day or two ago wo announced the
dissolution pt tho firm of Davis & llixby.
Wo wero mistaken. Tho firm did not dis
solvo, for tho good and sufficient reason
thut thoro nover was such a flrrn. E. F
Davis has been and Is going it nlon'o. Be
ing pressed with business. Mr. Bixby, for
n time, was in his employ, but' was not bis
Tho following wero among tho arri
vals nt tho St. Charles, yesterday : L. Ba
dolut, freight agent I. C. It. K.j H. W
Kriit., St. Louis ; F. V. Lyon, Casey, 111.;
O. Lytic, Decatur; It. Jlccson, Locsburg,
Ohio; H. S. Wheeler, Chicago; L. Jonas,
New York; F. E. Albright, Murphreys-
oro, 111.; H. II. Salef, St. Louis; It. O.
Haltzman, St. -Louis.
Mr. Itoscnwntor, of tho well-known
ry goods house of Goldstein & Itosonwa-
tor, is now in New-York purchasing a full
lock for tho full trade With thorn tho
campaign has already opened, and in.
oices of new fall goods of every descrip
tion are being recoived dally. Tho firm is
wido-awako and deserving of success, and
re now, wo nro glad to say, doing na Im
mense business in tholr line. aug21-Ct.
An addition should bo mado to tho
prcsont forco of sidewalk laborers an ad
dition of at leant six workmen. Dovoro
could foroinanizo eight workmen as easily
us ho doos two, nnd tho work of roparallon
would bo complotod much sooner than it
will bo if Dovoro and his two men aro al
lowed to go it alono. Tho sidowalks of
tho city aro in a miserable condition, and
hould bo put in, at least, a passable con
dition without any unnecessary delay.
Tho Chicago Boor Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. !20 and 28 Eighth
sticet, is a favorite placo of rosort with 'nil
lovers of Weiss' Ueor, Liquors of every
description, nnd a'l kinds of foreign and
Homo Wines. Ho ordinary liquors are
dispensed nt tho bar of tho saloon only
tho very best, and guests find in attond
nnco polite and .accomodating waiters. A
free lunch 'is spread evory day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual7tf.
-A son of John 1. Grcirson. of Mound
City, is roglstorcd alnong tho musing. Ho
is an intelligent lad, nine years .old, and
concluded that ho would try tho fortunes
of tho " wde, wldo world," 'for himsolf,1
m Huniiay morning ho boarded tho luir
vaene, in .Mound City, and canto to
Cairo. On Monday and Tuesday ho was
soon on our streets j but his paronU. who
arn very anxloua about hltn, havo not me-
ecoded in obtaining any definite Informa
Somo l!mo ago wo prcdlctod, on In
formation oblainocLfrom a rallablo aonrce,
that, .Within tlirfeembnthsf oho hundred'
Imbles would bo added lo tho population
of tho city. Only five wooks havo passed
slnco tho prediction was made, nnd fifty
llv'o'of' tllo "ybilng' tins'' hnvo put In nn
appearance. Basing our claim on this
fact, wo assort that wo aro a prophet of no
uncortaln quality. If the othor forty-flvo
b.iblcs nro announced within llio spcolflcd
time wo sliiill hang" 'out 'olir prophetic
I'liiLi.tr JJAVnit ISjWMtorof h)s. trade,
nnd warrants nil of his work to bo of, tho
rerv bat material and manufacture ; guar
antees n complcto fit and ontlro satisfac
tion, isnot confined, to anyp4icular style,
but makes evory variety or boots ana snow
from tho heaviest cowbldo to tho finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also koops
a largo stock on hand, of At own manufae
turf, nnd nny ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap abould call! on
him at Ills shop on Eighth st., south sjdo,
near corner of Ohio leyce, Cairo. dtf
.Mr., GoroultL-superintendent of the
gai works, has mado many and very im
portant Irnprovorionls'jn ho works since
ho took charge.) Ho Is now putting In
threo bonchos of fives, .and. bafcssrs.'
Wlckwiro'and Boyle engaged In Waling
a now rosorvolr Cairo could not now
well do without gu, but thepatronago ox
tondcdTtotho company does not moot cur-
rent expVnses, and the council even refuse
to Bav.for iho cas!which has been furnish-
d.to It, lWo deserve a dose of Egyptian
Messrs. Motcalf and Bribach are sink-
inir drlvo woll In front of tholr business
houseijh the fourth ward, fijr tho accom-
raoW0h of tcamstors and borscmen.
Welle of this kind are a great necessity in
the cfly.i and the council abould have it
lcatt threo more iunkawithout delay. Ono
should be. located at the corner of Tenth
street and "Washington avenue, to accom
modate country teams coming from Mis
souri across Grcenfiold's ferry, another at
tho corner of Sixth street and Commercial
avenue,, to accommodate' teams coming
from Kentucky, and another near tho New
York store, to accommodate teams coming
from Mound City.
Tho Arab flro company .will celebrate
the coming 1st of Soptembor its twolflh
anniversary by giving a grand ball at
School's Hall, to which tho chitons of
Cairo and vicinity aro respectfully invitedi
Tho largo garden will be placed in excel
lent condition and provided with a suffi
cient number of tablos and soats to accom
odate all who may come, and whero those
desiring' can bo supplied with the best of
ice cream, lomonado, cakes, etc. Good
muslo has been engaged for the occision,
and tho best order will be preserved. No
improper characters will bo admitted.
The committee havo mado all nccossary
arrangements and assure all that come a
pleasant evening and enjoyment to their
The signal 'Station oh the roof of tho
City National Bank building pnsicd un
der tho observation of the oaglo eye of the
local of The Bulletin on Monday, and
has met with his -hearty commendation.
It is not exactly a "big thing," butjs per
foct In all its appointments. If tho signal
station officer can not'' kcop cool in it, he
will bo compelled to seek tho hyporboroan
regions of Duluth. From it ho may vjow
tho city from its northern nnd southern
borders, and from its oastorn to its wostorn
limits. Undor his amiable vision the port
of Cairo spreads in watory or somo other
kind of beauty, and Mound City, in tho
distance, adds to tho lovllness of tho land
scape. Smith & Brlnkmoyor, at tho cornor or
Commercial avonuo and Eighth street, are
agents for tho salo of tho new Wilson Hpw
ing Machines, to which thoy wish to call
the especial attention of the public. It is
the cheapest machine in the market, sell
ing $20 cheaper than- any of Us rivals;
and Is, in every respect, equal to the best.
All kinds of sewing heavy and light
can bo dono on It in the vory host stylo
and it is not liablo to get out of order. It
is emphatically tho poor man's rnachino,
being within tho reach of tho poorest fami
iy 'in tho country. Messrs. S. & B. invite
the public to call and examine it.
-Since tho hot weather commonced to
render rest in n comfortablo bod impossi
ble, Charley Arter has boon in the habit of
occasionally, whon particularly restless,
sleeping in nti airy room above bis grocery
store. On Monday night ho retired to his
hammock early, as is his wont, but could
not sleep soundly. At about half-past 4
o'clock yesterday morning ho beard a
noiso in tho storo room underneath and
soon ascertained that it wm mado by tome
person whq was trying to broak Into bis
safe. After reconnoiterlntr ho bocarao sat
isfied that tho ontoranca had been effected
from the roar, and stationing himsolf near
tho rear door ho began to cry '"murdor,"
"nro," "help," to obtain ald.in his offort to
sccuro the burglarious rascals inside..
As soon as tho burglar heard
tho alarm ho rushed cut of the door, .wlien-
ynariey prosonioa a largo key, and sbput
od, "titand, or I'll shoot V '"Shoot noth
Ing,"1 roplied tho burglar, and struck at
Cbarloy with a boot, and then rushpd
around tho bouse and down Commercial
avonuo. Artor's cries had attractod the
attontion of Q U." bir-tonder, who Jan
across tho street and headed the burglar,
who halted just as Charley- caugkt him
froo'. behind and held him. OfloerHolmaa
came up at this moment and took charge
oi iiiojprttonor. xeaioraay no was bound
over to tho Circuit Court by Judge 9t'o$i.
When!askod bis name, be said Jm. Murray
is us good a name a any. Officer Ho'lmeei
f iundon his porson a memorandum book,
in which is a diagram of tho ground floor
of tho Cairo post olllce, with the 'location
or tho; sare, exactly marked; hoto of
travel, nnd a statotnent showing that ho
had sent "homo" in January last $3 C50.
Tho book, however, contains noth
ing that indicates who or what ho is or
Whero Jie lives. Ycstorday Shochan r.
ostorday Sheehan ar
restod two men on suspicion of being his
Map. Whitcouu's Syrup. This artlclo
la ebod for all dtseasos InrM fltlt tit ttlA f
rlod of teething In chjld'ron nnd is sold
or so centsja bottle dawlw
AUGUST 23, 1871,
This court canvencd, on Monday morn
ing, Judge Dross prosldingi
In tho caso of M. Gannon vs. tho estato
of M. Gannon, docoasod, claimant recov
ered judgmont for $ 10. 1
In the'caso'of Toll City Furnlturo Co.
vs. tho citato of John Hamilton, deceased.
Debt, 404.37 contlnuanco with a(fo
summons to administratrix.
The widow of 'Jules Bono filed Iter re
linquishment of specific articles estimated
by apprlsers for the widow, and a list of
property taken by her in lieu thereof,
which wero approved and ordotcd of re
In the cat f John S. Walker vi.the
estate of Jutea Reno for debt Claimant
obtained judgment for $162.89 in full of
claim for $163. '
In tbo case Isaac Walder Vs. the ostato
of M. Gannon, deceased. Judgement Was
rendered for claimant for f IS. 1
The estate of John P. Gibson, George
Fisher, administrator, was finally settled.
and said administrator released from all
Tho will of William Cahill, deceased.
was probated and admlted to record, and
Ellen Cahill, widow, appointed cxoeulrix,
'Tho guardianship of tho trilnor heirs of
Richard Turtle, deceased, George Plshor,
attorn oy, was by permission of tho court
removed to Cook county, whero tho heirs
John Crowley wm appointed ruardian
of Ellen Gannon, minor, heir of James
Gannon, deceased, upon filing bond.
The estate of Calvin Lawrence, N. Hun-
sakor, executor, was finally settled, and
executor released from furthor liabilities.
In tho caso of G. F. Meyer vs. estato of
Reno; doccasod, judgment was readored
for claimant for $12. Judgment ti. claim
ant for costs.
Dennis Ooady, Iatrkk Clancy and Wil
liam Kluge wero appointed appraisers of
ostato of William Cahill, doceasod.
Tho exocutrix of Scott Whito, W. B.
Gilbert, attorney, made proof of publica
tion of notice for adjustment of claims
against said ostato. JSo claim presented.
Tho inventory and appraisement bill.
of tho estato bf Scott White de
ceased 1 .wero -severally 'approved
and ordered to' be placed on record
Sarah A. Williams, administratrix of the
estate of John A. Williams, filed proof of
publication of notioe for adjustment of
claimi. No claims presented. Also, her
final roport, which wm approved and the
A. J.Soless, guardian of John Cummins,
filed his report, which was approved and
ordered of record.
Tho will or xliram a. English was
provon and admitted to record, and Goorgo
Fisher appointed executor, upon filing
bond in penal sum of two thousand dol
Couxtirmith. It is an easy matter
to distinguish tho genuine Dr. Sago's
Catarrh Remedy from tho spurious imita
tions In tho market, tho genuine having
printed upon the outsldo wrapper the
words, "R. V.Picrco, M. D, Sole Proprie
tor, Buffalo, N. Y. " Also has upon wrap
per the Doctor's privato U. S. Govern
ment stamp, bearing upon It his portrait,
name and address, which of Itsolf Is a per
fect guarantee of genuinenen. aug23dawlt
LOCAL NEWSDU0P3. .
Boahpino bouios use Gillet'i. agl3
Beautiful biscuits follow Gillet's bak
ing powder. B4.
Shbovxr & Beos.' 11 o'clock lunch
spiced oysters at Jorgonsen's. tf
Monby refunded if Gillot's .goods don't
A VRistt sunolv of tho celobrated Dun
deo marmalade at Jorgonran's. tf
Wm. Eblers. at his shop on 20th street
)t still manufacturing every variety of
boots and shoes from genuine Fronch calf
houses no other kind) which he sells
Toady mado or mado to order at prico
that defy competition. jy26tf.
f'lina II TCrani. Washlnpton-avenue.
between Eighth and Ninth streets, has on
hand a splendid stock of family grocorlos
of Jail kinds, which ho is selling at tbo
lowest nrlccs. Ua is determined not to bo
undersold, and challenges comparison of
the quality of his goods with any houso in
tho city. His shelf goods aro of every, va
riety, frosh ond seasonable, and anything
and everything tho market affords can bo
purchased at his store at the lowest rato
Givo him a call. tf
William Alba's barber slop is. grow
ing in public lavor evory uay. At is iieav
iv flttml un. and can boast of tho most
.Willful workmon in tho city. The pro
prltor has had many years' exporionco In
his business and is rocognizcu as ono 01 sue
most exneri shavers in 'Southern Illinois,
,whllo young Alba is n master In his pro-
fnatnn. C it xoui ana strangers who whu
a n.tninaa aliavn. a luxurious shampooing,
or tholr baircul in no taics ayio u
1 . . , TTIa .linn t a r.n PnmmAPa
paironixf Alva. " u,i. v-
cial avonuo noxt door to ilannon's nowi
1 ' 1 .
V . . . t iLIHJ..w.
.T. K. f inT.T.ADAY B niltoin moniuij Ul""
ing will tako placo at Harrodsburg, Kfr
August 38, 1871. Among the iisioiprira
... ai rtnonn' in. greenbacks : splendid
building lot in Bowling Green, 5JT60.00;
men and one-fourth octavo ueDierpiano,
fioo.00: hone and buggy, $600.00; build-
ing lot In Bowling Green, $860.00 1 uawo,
a thoroughbred Durham bull, bred by tho
Hh.Vnra. South Union. JLiOCBn COUUJV, O.J.,
$550,00; gold watch and chain, $260.00;
i.,iv' watch nnd cha n. S200.0U; diamond
10 (VI- lUmnnrl wateh. SIBO.OO:
'"bi tuvimmi . , . , -r - - 1
rn AK f II jIDO A I V a . n1Ai
ita.Uv lit Kuiu , mow, lwif uut j,i,.v-,
consisting of diamonds, gold and suvor,
creenbacks, sowing machines, furmturo,
carpets, gold and slivor watchos, dry
goods, lino paintings, standard books, otc
Statemont of drawing and prlxos forward-
nrl nrotnntlv. Pop ialo at H. O.iliofiln'l
postoffl'co building,' Cairo, "iillnois.
Ordors by mail should bo addressed to J.
R. Golladay, Bowling Green, Ky.
Gillxt'd waihlng cryital makes wuh
Ingcssy. t) , j 18
A HUNT ATTM WILD MEK IH 'TALVER'r
KBIQni)0ni!00D"-A! KXCITINO CUA8E
AKD NO DAMP
That norllnn nf A1a.....i . 1.1. L
. ".uAiiuum coiini? wnicn
1108 bOtWrtnn U,n ..l.t ,
. v .onmfiiuu 01 juugo aic
Orlto and Dr. Mn 1. . ..m
, . -- .v.uu 19 01 wiiu aspect,
broken Into bin. . 1
w mrgu luai
1,0 OUtltlod to tbo na.nn
young mountain. ..i..
mi, ' , , " "iiy K'OWll.
The primeval forest stands In virgin
ohtude, and Into Its reccssos tho foot of
man nas novcr wandered. In It. ,.!.
wolf yot howls, and the doer seeks
- ' v BSVKI
shelter from tho pursuit of man. Take It
all in all, tho localllv of which . 1.
the most " fonaken" part of tbo county.
Ko B rumor got afloat In the
neighborhood that a wild mill of hl'ltlfaill
aspect, fierce as a wild beut, had boon
seen on the outskirts of ono of the im-
monie forests that crown th hin. .n.i
crowd tho valloyi. In afow months tho
rumor grow Into a corlalnty, and the wild
manbocamo multiplied into three. Men
undoubted veracity had seen the hu-
monster, and tho stories be
tbo wonder of all thn
around about Finally, It was
sufgostcd that a search ahmil.1 t.n ina,t.
tuted and the myitory investigated. On
Js.onuay 01 lilt woek this suifecslion wi
acted upon, and fifteen men ASRAmMoil In
tho mornlng'fillly armod and equipped for
uo soarcn. At an early hour the hunters
started, and all dav Ionic.
through Ytlloji, whero tho foot of man
nou never trod boforo, soarohod with tho
greatest induitry. but nil In vain.
Thoy nolthor saw nor heard a wild man.nnd
when, in tho ovonlne. thevmot nt thn nn
t....i j . . : : 1
jvimcu (ciiuczvous, inoy looked liko a
badly sold lot of credulous crannlcs.whl-h
tho same thoy woro. By a unanimous voto
thoy doelared that the wild men wero
myths and rumor an unconscionable liar.
Bor Missino. Hinco Sundav mornlnt-.
August 20, 1871; about nine years old;
scar on ono cheek and near thn ankle of
bis right leg; wm dressed In wblto whon
no left homo, and took passago for Cairo
m the tug Cache. The exDensc attendent
on his return to his parents will bo Imme
diately refunded. Tbo officers of boa La
leaving port are particularly roouestoi to
detain him should ha bo found on board.
John P. Gbbosok.
Navy Yard, Mound City, Aug. 22, 1B71
At EichLoff Bros,' Factory.
Soli Furniture for Cash ;
Twonty por cent.
Lowor than any other Dealer in Cairo.
Mado out of Seasoned Lumber,
and will bo
Insured for Six Months.
A Raro Chanco
Oystirb. Louis Herbert has nlwas on
band a fresh supply of Saddle Itock oys
Steamer Hoi fast, St. Louis.
" Legal Tender, Memphis.
" Jm. Fisk, Jr, Paducah.
Steamer Belfast, Now Orleans.
" Legal Tender, Paducah.
" A. Baker. Cape Girardeau.
' Illinois. Columbus.
' Burksvllle, Louisvillo.
' Jas. Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
110ATS TO LXAVK TO-I'AY.
Steamer Julia, Vicksburg.
City of Cairo, St. Louis.
Jamos Fisk, Jr, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Dick Johnson, Evansville.
Tho river at this point is still falling,
and sineo our lait report has fallen about
two Inches. Tho Mississippi is tailing
steadily at St. Louis. Tbcro is only six-
toon inches water in tho Monongahola"
being lowor than has been known slnco
Buslnoss on tho lovoo yesterday was
good, considering the small numbor of
arrivals. Weather verv hot.
Tho Belfast was aground twclvo hours
at Crawford's, and two hours at Jacket
Pattern. Sho camo out drawing foci,
with 800 tons on board, and filled out hero
with all tho freight sho wantod, leaving
with her cuards in tho wator.
Tho Legal Tonaer passed up light, for
Paducah, whoro sho will bo glvon a tho
rough repairing, after which sho will ontor
tho Momoh s and Whito nvor trade.
Thn Tturkivlllo from Clarksvillo had 22J
tons pig Iron for "St. Louis, nnd 16 hhds.
tobacco and 20 sugar kolllo ror now w
loans. Sho ronorts 10 inches In the Cum
bcrland, and falling at tho rato of. 3 Inches
Tho Flsk had good trip.
The tow-boat Tem ltecso Ii being ic-
naired at Mound City.
Tho Memphis packet company havo in
ereMod their rates on froight from St
Louis to Memphis to 60c por bbl. on flour;
80c per bbl. on pork; $1.60 por bbl. on
whisky; 40c por cwt. on hay, and 40c per
100 on pound freight.
The IRobt. E. Lee is being thoroughly
overhauled and undergoing cxtonsivo re
pairs at Algiers. She will havo now
guards, decks, wood-houso, cylinder and
boiler timbers. Uor repairs will not cost
less than $28,000
Tho Celosial, now engaged in transport
ing railroad iron up Whito rivor for tho
Cairo and Fulton railroad, knocked a bole
in her hull when bolow Batosyille. A
bulkhead was built around the hole and
she proceeded on hor journey. ,
Tho lights on tho Grand Chain aro now
0 arranged that bc.ts can pass that diffi
cult place with perfect safety.
Commodore Davidson's former rcillonco
in St. Paul is offered as a protnlum to tho
...nanrlhar of tho St. Paul 1'iomer. It il
ralued at$oO,000, and will bo drawn for on
During a difficulty hotwoen Andorson
Miller, th.9 dark of the ferry-boat at Lit-
Ho Rock, nnd n colorod mnn, tho In
was shot and is not oxpoctod to rocovd
Tho Mnmnlila 4 i7i..A inrai III
Adams Arkansas nackot lino hnvo
nwardod tho rlvor mall contrnct for
yonr, from July last, botwoon tho ml
of tho Arkansas rlvor nnd Llttlo 1J
Thoy nro to dellvor tho mall twice
week, the year round. During tho ml
business season tho mall will bo cm
threo times each week, though thocont
uocs not require this. Tbo goTorml
has bestowed tho contract on a wol
and responsible company, who will old
tho service faithfully and to thu satl
tion of nit concerned.
Tho oxpenses of tbo James Howard
St. Louis to Now Orleans and back wl
about $17,000, not including damagl
cargo and boat and moneys paid fori
ance. Sho was eighteen dayi going
at. Louis to Vicksburg.
The Phil Allan, a paekot running I
Nashville to Friars Point, pays her
on every Monday, and each memb
the crow, whether dock hand or. offic i
engaged with the direct and distinct
dorstandlng that If he leaves tho 1
any tlmo provlou to Monday ho Is I
PmsnuriOH.Aueust 22. Weather 1
and vorv warm. Tho Mononv.h.ll
....I ... M. . . .
iaitouary wan 10 incnes in toe cnai
VlcxsnuRO. August 22. The folloi
boats passed down, uuacbita llelle 6 1
uuste Bilvor i p. ro.. Atlantso and ba
Cp. m, W. S. Pike 7 p.m. Up 1
Jasper 2 a. m, Bismarck 1 p. ra. il
railing, weather clear and warm.
New Orleans, August 22. Arrh
Henry Ames, City of Quincy, Johl
Mooro, St. Louis. Departed La Bar
MxurniR, August 22. Weather 1
and pieuant. lllvor falling. Dec
name, ArxaniM ,river, Mary a. roe,!
nver;uommonwoaiin. Arrived colos
Cincinnati, August 22. River
feet six Inches and falling. Four
aground four miles above the city.
Louisville. Aug. 22. River statiea
12 inches ovor tho chute ; 6 feet, scan I
roruand bar ; 4t reel reported on Us"
Flats ; 2 foot at Fronch Island. Bus!
very dull. Wharf receipts for two wl
ending last Saturday night, $884. J
St. Louis, August 22. Arrived 1
Walt and Grand Tower, Memphis: Chi
villo, Louisville; Minnie, White rll
raua ruot, uairo; juey iiertram, 1
North Western. Keokuk ; Rubicon.
Orloans; Marble City, Vieksurg; Joa
Upper Mississippi; Nile, CambrJ
Doparttl iiollogg and barges, Cairo j
j. wicks, new uneans; mounuin
Kansas City: Julia, Vicksburg:
Bortram. Keokuk; Lake Superior,!
l-aui. xno river is sun railing out
channel to Cairo is improving by the
ling out process. inc barge corap
reduced freights to-day flour 65, Hay
rork 51.00. round ireight as.
sleimors will rail to the same D cures I
morrow. The ronlatnollo, which sunl
the Missouri river, Mondav, was of
by Captain John Shaw. Tbo boat
valued at $30,000 and wm insurod for)
WO in 1'itlsburg ouiccs. Weather
and very warm.
City Nnllonnl Itnnk nulldlnic.
Htlal attention (aid to ordera from U
nlglit and day.
Z. 1). UATIIUBS. t. C. U
MATIIUSS & UHL,
AND UENERAL '
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUt
So. 4 OHIO LBTKB,
Btu Fourth A Siitk BU., CAIRO, ll
GERMAN LUTHERAN SCHOC
Tho members of the Oarman Luthtran 9chl
propose 10 giro a picuic
POR TUB 1JENKFIT OF THE SCHOOL,
On Monday, AuausT 28Tn, 1871.
Tickets, Twenty-five centt.
Tim Harden will be nut in the bast ordar posi
tie, and refreshmanU of all kinds will be aal
pntHi tnaounaanco. ope i-cnea, inairumui
rocal Music. Jollity and Kun will be th Oliar i
the day. J
thm. of ArrangtmenttWm. Deerwarl, Fra
wtniervurir. ji. 1.. inenecne.
will aa oivia r t as
ARAB FIRE COMPANY,
Friday, September 1st, 1871.
Tickets II 03
Om.of ArrangmtntT,3i Kertll, A. Lohr.J.
n. ivuuiuauii. au.ruKl
Tho underaifined, proprietor or the Daht and
Wiikly Hvllitin, hare Juat roceWod an assort
ment 01 tho latent atylea of Job Printing types,
and haro now onnof tho most complete loboMcoa
In the South and West. They tlattor themsolros
that they possess facilities for turning out
promptly, in the beat stylo ol the Art, all work
vntruatod to them, from tho smallest card or
label to the mammoth poster, and at prioea
which Itaro wilh our business men no good ex
cuse for sending their woik to Bt. Loula, Cinoto.