Newspaper Page Text
MONDAY EA'ENIN'U, OctobcrlSlh.
Of the Charming Young Artist
LORD & WIIITELEY'S
FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY
"WTio will armoar for a 'few nlehtsonly
AdmWslon 60 cents. Received tcati (Scents,
Children under twelve 2o cents, children lu
reserved seats 35 centi.
Beats tecurcd'al Hartmann'f . 3J8-I0-"-ot,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1B74,
?L1.W 10 I.W.
paper and Uncly printed, for
Somobody to take from in n thousand lull
One thousand statement printed at Tun
jjullktin oitico tor to 4 w.
GESTS "WAITED EVl'.nYWEUi:
to Mil thenewctand most beautiful
THE FESTIVAL OF SONG
A IilDKARY of the Choicest Selections
from all the Grotct I'OKTd In one vol
ume, rrofuieljr Illustrated b the masUr
Piece of renowned painters Positively th
foirejt priced and most elegant book ef the
kind. Hundred ot volumes Id one I Send
for proot and liberal terms to .Acents of
xmiKlttex. F. A. iluiCHlNSuN, & Co.,
Chicago. Ill , or St. Louis, Mo.
LIVINGSTON IS DEAD I
And the people everywhero arc eager to
buy the only au'benUcnuil completo history
ot Ma U'e, LMnr and Death his won
derful achievement! and thrilling adven.
tures during 30 Tears In the wilds of Africa.
And thoEreat search and discovery by the
darlnirStanlc). Over GOO pige. lu-auillitllr
illustrated only fli 50. aafnr )lki wild to 1
AI3KNT8 WANTED. tV'rflrt tr Jrn
ijalemgo, III., or St .Louis, Jfo. iJ 1.T-X0-7-f til
Coal and Wood Yard.
Onn llintunml note heads printed nt TlIK
Bullktin oiUco for $ 1.00 ; two thousand lor
Union Countt Hpnds. Tho fltat In-!
Btollmont, $50,000, of tho 5100,000 bonds
subscribed by Union county to tho capital
stock of Cairo and St. Louli railroad, Mai
paid yoslordny to Col. Taylor. This to
cures, boyond all doubt, tho speedy com-
plollon of tho road. Sixteen car loads of
now Iron wero yestorday recolvod for tuo
road at St. Louis.
Dim tlintuanil lmlnr rariR filio Ilrlstol
board, printed at 'inn JIollktin oflleo lor
from S'i.oo to ?u.w, accomm iu iu.
Get your oysters at tho Delmonlco,
Tub Host oysters at
SILK HATS I
Silk Hals mado to order at A. Marx's,
0 Ohio loveo.
PITTSBUKG AND ILLINOIS
Kept constantly on hand at Ross Yard,
Coiumcrc.al avenue, opposite Hross' Hulld
inp. .Orders promptly filled, Coal and 'Wood
delivered free of charge. Term (.strictly
Fresh oysters or anything olio you
want at tho Delmoulco ltetlaurant open
day and night.
Dii. Jenellb. Can bo found nt hi
dental parlors on Eighth siroot l I tiwlr frlondi In
hoar: Jleit of totatmnaot ffrrn
Gone to Look at the Mississippi.
Tho following pilots took passage on tho
steamer Commonwealth to Now Orleans
and return, to look at tho rivor! Sam. 1"
Jones, E. Y. Handlan, John Emory, and
Ale. Jollv, of Cincinnati j James KafTerly,
John Stafford and It. Holdon, of Pitts-
burg; Iiaao Brooks and Vni. Underwood,
of Now Albany, Indiana.
Strauss Divorce. In ttio caso of
Sirauts vs. Strauis, the court granted tho
petition for dlvorco and docrocd tho chtl'
dren to tho husband. Tho woman rofmes
to surrender tho chlldron, and further lit
Igatlon will result. Air. Slrauss wllj
probably atl: for a writ of habeas corpus
to obtain possession of tho children a
girl and a boy.
Diiti). At tho residence of hit grand
father, Dr. A.J. Holdon, on Monday, at
&1 o'clock, p.m., ltobort Elmer Cully, th
only ion of ,Mrs. Aleitla Cullly. Thotdo
coated was u bright and promising boy.
ofonlv Uvo years of ago. Tho allllctod
friends hnvo tho heartfelt sympathy ot
tlilt city irv tho time oi
Cotne'8 oystor depot and rottaurant
Oyttors in tbo aboil and can, froih nvory
day, at l'hll Saup's old stand, botwoen
Sixth and Savonth stroots, Cairo, xll.
Two rooms to ront, between Tenth und
Klevontli streols, on Washington avenue.
Apply nt County Clerk's office.
Destitute. A young m&n, about 18
yoars of ago, was found lying near tbo
rosldcnco of Dr. Wood, yestorday sick
and in a ucstituto condition. Tho doctor
sent him to tbo hospitlo.
Sociable. Tho ladles of tho M. E
congregation will glvo tholr flrtt sociable
f tho season at tho parsonage, on Thurs
day ovcnlng, 8:h Inst. td
jlookino ui liusiness has com
menced to "look up." New Orleans con
signments are moving again, and steam-
boat-mon hopo this is tbo dawn of a brisk
Hotel and Restaurant
122 Commercial Avenue.
To docrt north of Cairo and Vlnccnnei I!ilrod
WM. "WETZEL - - - Proprietor
A. trusty watch, kept night and day for
Trains ana nteatnooais.
THE BEST OE ACCOMMODATIONS
for trahclcnl guests at
TWO DOLLARS PEE DAY
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
VEKY GUEATLY IMI'IIOVED in lonn
of tho claws, and tho moro complete
rtilclaicg of the parts kuhlcct to wear, by
metal plates, making them wear 1'IVK
timks as Lo.va, ami do tho work fatter tmd
coxier than any other hunker. Mado of tho
very best calf leather, in lour nies, right
and left handed. Samples sent prepaid on
receipt ot price. Half cloves, sf 1 ,tr ; full
gloves, 2.6y per fair. Liberal discount lu
quantities. AsW vour merchant, or adilresa
HALL HUhKI.NG GLOVE 00
is as effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
M Um Sulphite In the tune doses, nlillo It affects
the htad It; ts moro palatable ami mwh rheaptr.
Send for deserlptlre Circular wltli Trifimorilat
I'hvlriant from all arta of the country.
y Sample naekacos ta' trial, S3 cents.
VrrpatrJ by llll.LlNOB. CIJUTk CO., Manufae.
tartng CUemUtj. ltoilon, Uuu.
$1,000 PER WEEK.
CAN be mado by any smart man who o.i
keep his bunincM to himself. AiidrcH
I). V. fJKHJlAN.V, Jlobokcn, J.
A WEEK guaranteed to Malo and
Vemalo AucnU in their locality.
Costs nothlnu; to try ll. .l'artiuu
Ura free. I'. O. VIOKUHY & CO.,
iplt i'iflifM,ib I'rtea IJtL rtAlitdfor bfi caul. I
iKlvnal CahlDaU wiUioiit rbarca. Tmi iifttil
AGENTS WANTED Stt0,,'
MONOl'OLIIM AXD THK I'EOPLh
Kvery Urangcr wants U. It Is orlgina
anduenulue. Addretn, lor terms, CO-Ol
EllA'riVK VUll. CO., Cincinnati, St. LouU
or Muscatine, Iowa.
OTlNfi MPTC Wa,ueJ t0 ,'nrn tele
lUUiTIU J11M graphing, and taneotll.
ce on new lines which wo aro iurnlnhiiij;
with operators, attalary Irom 900 to loo
Per month. 8cnd lor olrrnlntu a.1,1.j.
N. vV. TELOlltAl'H INSTITUTE, Jones-
oiidinanci; no. do.
Au ordinance to amend Hectlon "0 of Ordt
nance No. li. chamrlni.' the i'itahlMn:d
width of sidewalk on Lcu'0 street from
Jie it ordained by tho city council of th
cuy or usiro :
HicTiok 1 That Section No 20 of Ordi
nance No. U, be amended by ettlkinK out
"li" and Inserting lu lieu thereof, "io" in
that portion of said rcctlon dcocrlblug tho
dutanco or tho outer odgo of Kitd tvnllc
from tho Irom lino ot tho lots,
. Approved October Hd, J874.
... , , ..John Wood, Mayer.
AtttU : -Will. K. IUwkinb, City Cleik.
NOTICE TO CONTItAOTOllS.
healed proposali, uddreifsod to tho city
council ofthe city ot Cairo, will ho received
at my oftlcr, fto, 121 Coiiiimrt lal nveniio,
until 5 o'clock p, m. or Tuesday, tho 13lh
day of October, 187L for (urulibliig the
material and doing tho work 0r it,oC0n.
Ktnictlon ot a sower through tho Ohio Icveo
at or near Thlrtylghlh stct.
balde;eritobe conntructed aoeordlng
to the plan aud pccliications furnl.heil hy
Plt ''d specitleations are now on illu In
iny office, mbject to examination at any
'ilio party to whom the contract nuy be
warded will be rtipilred to clio a i-ood
andiufflcicnt bond for the faltffiul perform
anee ofthe contract. '
Toe city council reicrves tho right to re.
Jectany and oil proposal!. b
aiMO-I-lOt M. B. Cox, City Compttoller.
foil rniNTiNa, Tub IltJLLBTiy com
pany has rocoivod a large quantity of new
typo, and Is now bettor prepared than
ovor boforo to do fine Job printing. Our
prices aro tho lowest.
Fop. Salx IIuooy. Wo doslro to soli
a splendid buggy almost now. AVo will
sell It at a groat pacrlflco. Persons deslr
log n good bargain in a buggy hnvo now
an opportunity to obtain one.
Tits Ur.miAN School soojety will giv
a ball on tho 20th Inst., at John School'
Hall. A gonoral Invitation is glvon to
all. Full notice, with committees, etc
will bo glvon next woolc. 32C.10-7-Gt
.Notjcb to tub J'truLic Tho no
packing bouio market in Wilcox's block
will bo opon Saturday noxt, with froth
meals and now lard, at tho lowost inurkot
prlco. Uowii: & lino,
Ok and after Oct. 1st, tho prlco ot day
board at tho St. Chnrlos Koto), to now
boarders will bo $25 per month. Only a
limited number will bo received at tho
UoAnDlNO. rartlos desiring boarding
and lodging, or day hoard, in n privato
family, near tho business part of tho city,
can ho accommodated by culling at tho
two-story whito frame dwelling In roar of
Brews' building on 11th street. 3M-10-0 Gt
Fi'.KBit SUlTLV. Air. 1. 1'ilzgornld has
just received nud has on enlo at his sales
room, a largo stock of English ale, porter,
Uenneisy brandy and wines, und liquors
of all kinds, which ho will dlspoio of at
roasonablo prices. 280-9-25-Im
Ax' Aunor.A.. Tho Sun saw an Aurora
Iiorealls on last Saturday evening, Nc
body olso did. This fact Is sufllciont to
convict Mr. Davis of Indulgence, beyond
diicretion, in Mllwaukco boor. Ho was
Dnu.vKKfTtioatH ltov. -Oity Marshal
Mcllalo yesterday arrested one of tho sol
dUrs of Merrill's cavalry. Ho was "dead
drunk" and was (looping on Commoroiul
avonue. Tho oillpor was compellod to
convey him to tho calabooso on it druy.
LianTHuUBKE.NOiaicEK. Major Chas.
U. Suter has boon appointed light-houio
engineer of tbut part ot the Fourteenth
Ught-houio distrlot comprtiel ot the Mis-
slulppl rlvur and tho tributaries between
the raoutb, of tho Ohio river and Kew Or
leans, relieving Major Merrill.
Wm. Lixkek, ropreicntlng 1). AV. If-
In & Co, Chicago, sends us tho following
quotations on grain :
AV heat, 021.
Octobor ostf, 49,
Movombor oats, -19J.
Y'cnr oats, 47 j.
Octobar barloy, $1 02.
IsoTice to Students As five or six
bavo already applied to mo to givo them
lessons, 1 take this mothod to say, that I
will givo a limited number of lessons in
higher Arithmetic, Hook keeping, Algo
bra, Philosophy, English Grammar, Latin
andGroak. Three or four moro can bo
accommodated. Other branches may be
10-7-tr It. It. XIIAVCK
Mound City Accommodation. Com
menclng Thursday, October Otb, and con
tinuing, Sunday excepted, until Saturday
October 17tb, tho Mound City accomoda
tlon will run, leaving Cairo at 8 a. tn. and
5:00 p. m.; leaving Mound City at 8.30 a. m
and C:S0 p. m j to ennblo parties to attend
court and return to Cairo daily. Tbo
AVcdnoiday and Saturday runs as horo
tofore, will bo Rbandoned until Octobor
artlcloj, such as are kept in a millinery
Clothed Uimiklf. A young man by
tho namo of Johnny, being in want ol
comfortable clothing, opproprlatnJ to his
own uso n suit, tho properly of Mr. A.
Green. Oroon oljocted. Ho was willing
to feed tho hungry and clotho tho naked,
iitlho was unwilling that Johnny should
clotho hlmsolf at the exponso of Green,
without saying to Oreon : "Ey your per-
minion." Tho conioquenco Was, that
Groen procured tho arrest of Johnny, who,
drossed In tho stolon garments of Green,
fell Into the hands of Constablo Olndney,
Ha Is now In the county jail.
E. Jonks, faihlonablo boottnaker, has
moved into his now homo noxt to his old
stand on Commercial nvonuo, and anurcs
his frlonds that ho Is hotter than evci pro
parod to satisfy them in tho stylo, slock,
lit, oto., of their boots ontl shoes. An cvl
donco of hli ability to satisfy everybody
may bo seen In tbo fact that ho ii crowded
with work, nnd has boen compelled toom
ploy three moro llrst-claia workmen. 11
manufactures every stylo of boots or shoes
and uios only tho belt of tnatcrltl in nil
casos, whether making n cow-htdo shoo
or n pair of tlio Illicit Fronch calf boots.
Glvo him a trial. Satisfaction is guaran
Mcr.victrAt. Mattbks. JJarkness still
prevails upon our stroots nnd nvenuol at
night. Tbo council ml the gae company
contlnuo to bo angry with vach other.
Gcrould makes mouths nt AA'riuht and
themselves. Inuocd, tbo wholo club
played an oxcollont gamo throughout.
TitK Kramn AVnv Wo mado a nolo
of the fact, that, although tlio Summer
season Just past had been olio of tho hot
test within tbo memory of tho oldest lc
abltant, hot ono person in tho city had
uffered from sunitroko. This fact cro-
tcd considerable dlicuislun, which remit-
od in tho conclusion, now acquUsccd In
by everybody, that Mllwaukeo beer had
preventod tbo strokes of Old Sol, It
theroforo follows that Jaockol, Hntfl'nor
and Georgo Latnor ure public btnefactori,
And now that the froits of Autumn nro
about to bocomo fashionable wo aro rt
qucitod to ststa that .Mr. Jaeckel has dii
covered n process by which ho Is enable!
to mako Milwaukee beor dilfuio through
tbo human framo a pl-munt warmth, and
onablo tho drlnkor 'to resist tho offucts of
cold weathor as circcltmlly as ho did tho
boat of Summer. Ho asks a trial, and
willing to guarantee satisfaction. HI
saloon, at thu corner of AVaihington ave
nu3 and Twelfth street, opposlto Til
Hullktin oilleo, to n plaaiant roiort slnca
tho advent of Mllwaukco ber. It Is Ilk
the Mammoth L'uve, In Summer cold, I
II.. 11 1
i is -
I Dt af i J 1 MM
i w mm mi n i
in ii iniu
Winter hot; and tn an onjoymont of its
hospitalities hn tnvilos the public.
tba St. LoUls fair.
Mrs. O. P.
PHIL Ho SAXJP
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFE
TIOWS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
T)n iK,f Imv old candies, tlmt lmvc boon kont ovor tli
.... ... . '
... .. 1 r. n(n u ill ntm nur liniiin i . i n m 1 1 n .1 1 1 ri A I
sec to A'our weidit. Every box ought to coiuum live pouiK
j l r 1 it. ..1
net, Or o OUIIU03 over uvo juuiiua. xvc.uiuuujcr uiu junci-
Tho Only Placo in the City whero You can got a Gomploto Assortment.
Tun St Nicholas Hotel, Mr. AVolt
7.0I, tho cntorbrls'ing proprietor of tho St.
Nicholas hotol, onlareod, paperel and
mado other Improvmont in his oflleo an
Samtle Eoom, and has ronovated his
houso throughout. Ho will give ft grand
oponlnc lunch on Thursday to-morrow
ovonlng, and hopo to soo nil his friend
presont. Tho lunoh ho proposes to sproai
will hi tho flneit over spread in tbo city,
Lohd i AYlUTLKY'b diuiuatlc and opo-
ratio company opens nt tho Athonoum
next Monday, to run a season of six nights.
This Is undoubtedly tboost traveling
troupo that has ever vnitod our city, and
should recoivo a warm wolcomo from nur
omusoment loving poople.
- - - -.
JjtuNK and UisoiUJKiiLY. l'atnyl;
ilcMalion and William i'.eardon, s'.ran
gors to Cairo, woro found by tho polico
sleeping on Ohio Lovoe, yesterday morn
ing. Judgo Dross sent thorn to tho cala
booso thrco days. This was tho only ccso
iu tho polico court yoslorday.
Eetui'.nkd. Tho ilower pots of the
dainty attache of The Hullktin woro
most of them return?!? to hint yesterday,
by small boys. They wero found etrowu
ulong the sovoral sldowalks In tho city.
Tbo toldlors did tho mliohlef. Hut tho
geranium will never again tloer his eyo,
A rudo cow ato It, aod It has hecomo milk
On the Hak. Tbo r.ew birge, No 01
got nn Mm bar at Grand Chain, and was
pulled ou" by thn LIda Korval. Tho Nor
vl brought tho barge to Cairo, whoro
Cspt. Culling delivered it to tho Valley
Transportation company, AVhen wo get
Olemonts, bouys aod lights barges will
not got on that. bar.
Daily Lunch. Jaeckel is now Bproad
inc ft daily lunch of tho Quest kind, ho
tweon 10 and 12 o'clock n. in., and invite
all his patrons to partake. Jnockel has
alio Utted up a room in tho roar of his sa
loon, In which ho will sorvo oysters in all
styles. Gentlemen with ladies can bo ac
commodated with a fluo table and oysters
tn any style. Mllwaukeo boor always
frcih. Corner AVnshlnhlon uvnnuo and
Twolfth stroot, opposlto Titic Hullktin.
LUNCH I LUNOH I LUNCH I
AVm. AVotzol, thn proprietor of tho St.
Nicholas hotol, Invites his friends and all
others who wish to partako of it froo
lunch, to bo gtvon on Thursday evonlng
noxt, Ostobor 8tb, from 0 to 11 o'clock,
at his hotel. Ho promiirs tho nll'alr to bo
tho flnoet, without exception, over glvon
in tho city. No pains will bo spared to
mako tho occasion interesting to all.
Comoono, como all. 313-10-0. 3t
Democratic Liugiul Committee
Meeting, At ft meeting of tho Demo
cratic nnd Liberal Contrftl Committee,
hold at their rooms on Tuesday evening,
Octobor Clb, 1871, Dr. Dan'l Artor was
selected ns chairman nnd John U. Gobi
muu nppointod secretary. On motion,
thn muotine; adjourned tn moot at tin
oflleo of John (J. Herman, at 7 o'clock
p. in, on haiuruay noxi, mo iviu insc.
It is desirable that n full meeting of tho
committee and parties Intorcstud will thon
bo had. a. AHTKit, uniurrnan,
J. H. Gossman, Secrotary.
Death or Juhok Ilnosa' Father.
On Monday Judgo Hrost'rccolvod nows
of the death of his venerablo father, An
ton llrois, nt Achnrn, in tho Grand Duke
d.irn of ltadon, He wa's born nt Aoburn
in 1771, rnd vas 07 yoars old at tbo
tlmo of his death. His dosth resulted
from n parolytlo strnko, Ho had tnkon
bis usual morning walk, and had cone
into his gardon. Stooping to pick up a
pruno from tiudor a tree, ho fell forward
and luituntly expired.
County Commisiioneu. Tho Sun
says: "If AVilion woro a lively, wide
awauo Jtepubllcan, wo would numinato
him forthwith." Such n nomination would
break oil" AVIlson's, or any othor man's
head below the oari suio. AVo opposed',
AVilson last lall becauio wn bollovod ho
wh hontllo to tho Cairo and Si. Louis
railroad, and wo woro not mistaken
but that road, being a tlxe 1 fact, bus ccasod
to bo ft llvo issue, nnd AVilson is our long
lost brother. Ho has a strawberry mark
on his loft nrm.
Wright makes mouths nt Gorould.
Tho council has run into tbo bad
habit of puslng too many ordinances.
Too much lobulation Is of moro injury to
city than too muoh whisky to on old
Tho crockery dralnago pipe being
put down in place of thotild woodon sow
ers Isaureatlnstitution. It will savo to tbo
city many tbotilauds of dollars, nnd to tbo
pcoplo much annoyance.
Tho Aldermen nro very indignant
bccauia Mrs. S. J. S. baa dished out to
them truths not tootbsomo to thom. Some
of the fathers talco the bold ground that
thero ought to bo frco trado in tbo ovll
complained of that tho right to open
such homo at any placo In tbo city and
hang out a sign ought to ba admittod; and
that men ouuht to bo allowod to viilt
thom as they do saloons I
Sum For Divorce. In 1805 Jamci
Miller was married In this city to Frank
Gordon, at that tlmo ft loading dtmi monde
of tho city. Mr. and Mrs. Millor removed
to Memphis in 18C0 or '07. Thero tlio wo
man, still known ns Frank Gordon, con
tlnued her nefarious trada with tho knowl
edgo and consent of her husband. Tho
olbor day Millor mado application for ft
dlvorco from his wife. Ho statos in hi
petition that ha and his wlfo lived hap.
ptly together until twolvo months linee.
when Francis began to lead u dissolute
lifo. Sovoral times within the last fow
months, Francis has endeavored to kill
Jaiuof. At least James amcrts this, and
says that only a night or two ngo, sho
struck him sovoral times over the head
with a slat of ft bed and cut him two or
thrco timos with a knife. Ho ihorofor
willies a dlvorco, and should bo allowod
to got ono.
AVm. M. Smith ii
Lyons Is visiting her
augbtor, Mrs. Sheldon, at St. J.ouil,
Tho Lord it AVhltely dramatic troupo
ave engaged rooms nt tho St Charle.
Col. S. S. Taylor returncJ.rrom New
ork last night.
City-Attorney AVobh Is going out to
tho rural rouionr, and will return about
tbo 11th lost.
Mri.'SamuolJAVallers, who has been
vliiling friends at Harriiburg, Ponniyl
vanla, has returned homo.
Dr. AVardncr and family returno
esterday from n visit to Chicago. Tboy
saw tbo exposition, Joe Jctliirion anil
many ompty houses.
Mr.Hartsell, tho opposition candidate
for congress, will be in tho city in n fow
days. Mr. Clements will also como to
tlmo in a short tlmo.
2. Mlnohoit of tbo St. Charles, tho hand
somest gontloman In Cairo, Is also tho
roost sprightly hotol landlord In tho
country. Ho is making tho St. Charles a
AVo Und tho following among tho ar
rivals at tbo St Nicholas: GAStono
Princeton, Kyj Daniel Dodgo, St Louis;
T H Dulley, New Orleanc; J " Griffith,
-S J Davies, ono of tho principal
stockholders In tho Cairo City Gas Com
....... e n . t . i ii t T ..:n
jinu , uuui ijueiuij, u0j ii ii ,uvii(ii
SuptO&A' U It; AVm Murphy, dopuly
U S rovonuo collector, of Metropolis, O
Uughci, of Ccntralla houio, Contralla
aro stopping at tho St Charles
-We tin J tho following among tho
molt prominent arrivals at tho St. Charier
John Whito and family, Paducah: TH
JJargcfs, St l.ouii; F 0 AVolls, Chicago;
Li A Duko, Arkansas; 1) O Davios, Hon
derson; .1 M Sullivan, Kvanivllle; O Beit,
Cincinnati; J N Hood, Chicago; J AV Gill,
Murphyshoroj T II Loonurd, Paducab. j)
Tha Jno, A ScuJder camo out frm
St. Louis drawing 0 J fuot, and rubbed
hud at Powor's Island. Sho found no
frolttht horo. and was vory much dliap-
pointed' Sho nooded fully 1,000 Ions to
All out. Tho now rafu or freight estab
lished by tbo M. Lauli Steamboat-men's
convention wero to go Into olfed last.
Ono of thn points considered by thu
convention at St. Louis, was u propoiition
to reitrlct steamboats to their togltimato
rivers and trades, nn-i tho citabllshmeutof
uniform rates of freight, with penalties
for non-observanco of the tamo. To effect
thigond It was aivlsad to organlzi
stoamboat association at all tho principal
ports along the rivers, lly such a movo
mont sloamboatmon would work to each
other's interest, and hold rates at living
flguroi. Hut unless tho past sovero cjpe
rlonco has chnngod thorn wonderfully tboy
will never stick to such an arrangement
Tbo Paragon had ft rough timo of it
gettini: out from St. Louli. At Devil's
Island she truko four wheel arm end lest
several hours repairing. At Power's Is
land ibo ran aground In tho cbannol,
where sho found less water than sho wes
drawing. In Isis than thirty minutes at-
tor tho grounded, tho channel changed and
loft her In n very precarious situation. On
Siturday night the John Mian took two
barges toLer, on which all tor freight
was loaded; but alter all her freight vn4
.. 1 ..... .,.11 i . ,,....,
fUmuuu nai awn eu unit n,,i iuu
that the John Meaus and snni:-Uat P.. E
DoKunoy, assisted by tbs spars of tbo
Paragon, bad all tbey could do to pull her
off. Then, in rnekiug tho croulng in
Itlrd's liand sho ftmked agaimt a wreck
and injured unoof her rudders, which took
sovoral hours to ropair yesterday
The St. Charles Hotel has levcra
pleasant rooms on tho upper llior, ruita
bio for gentlemen, that ran be wcured for
tbo winter, with board, at very reatonahlo
, . . . . ... .11 .1 .1 .
1-.. ,.1. I..r !. t.nrl f.pnllf.
iiro.il. ami itrnrvuiiDi nine oruiuur
r Ii ll... -I-.. . ..... Tl. ...
tains a full stock of confectioneries, a
can, as well us any ol!i r doalor in
city, (111 all orders In that llnu.
Cakos baked, frosted or ornnmor.tcd
abort noltee. Special nltentiou given
tho orders of wedding or picnic partlof
Fun Sale, A good fruit farm,
mllo welt of Golden station, cu tho I
.. . t . .. . .... . .fat...
and St. Louis rallrcad. uald farm ha
If I . . 1 .. .1. 1 .. .. I, nn,l r tnlattt
lino bod of llmo rock. Tho fruit troes
coming Into bearing, consist of apj
berries, raipborrlos, b'.ackb'rrUa,
plant, oto. AVIil bo sold for a small
down, balance on lone time- Innu r
I. Limb- rt, corner Eighteenth street
Commercial avenue, cr 0. AVinston, (
loveo, Cairo Illinoli. 0-
wtiii rninni i itwriH mill JiriaiK' t
Irom ?1 to 175, nt "Wllcox't IMock. ent
nl IVnkMiMrtnn n i-ftnil f . lif(WPin 'iVtllll
The Cairo and St. Louis Kailroad
Hie arrival in tnu city ot a narrow
guage locomotivo, with engineer, fireman
and conductor uf comtruction train, cro
ated a very pleasant sensation, and every
body has becorno anxloui to know when
work will ba commenced. AVo aro Is
formed, that as soon at the rail fastening
arrive, and tboy aro expected s-vtiry day.
tho work of laying tho track will bo com
ir.eccd. About soven bundrod tons
the Iron in bond at this city has been ro'
llevod of the incumbrances that were o
it, und it ts expected tho balanco will soon
bo. It will bit rememborod, that about
two years ngo, 1,000 bars of tho Iron
tho ruad, lying on tho rivor bank bul
tho fort, slippod into tho rivor. All of it
was reeovored but about 300 bars. Dav
before yesterday tho T. F. F.ckert rocov
erod 75 bars, and as many moro yester
day, ily tbii evening it will Lo about all
AA'hat's the Matter?" Tho sun de
mands a Republican county convention,
and tin nomination of candidates for the
ofllcos of sheriff and coronor. In making
this domnnd, tho Bun takes occasion to
hint that certain Kepublican leaders ot
tbo county nro afraid that It may bo bono
flttol may get tho county printing If n
Republican should bo olootod sborill'. At
whom this shaft is aimed wo do not know,
hut wo do know that If ft P.cpublican
should bo (.looted Mioriff and glvo to tho
sun the Sun tho delinquent Hit ho would
patronize a icurvey Republican paper,
Why should thu Sun rocelvo Republican
support? It is not n Republican papor i
it is not a uoutral paper ; it is not nn in
dopondant papor. The Sun lias no politics
nnd no Independence Kvtdantly, tho ob
ject tho Sun now bus In view Is to per
suade tho Republicans to call t county
convention so thai it may roceivo a few
dollars for announcomonts and tickets.
Tho Sun has always an eyo to businois.
That's what's tho matter.
Millinery, Tmmmino. and Tancy
Store. Miss llurnildo desires to call tho
attention of tho ladies to hor full and
complete lino of mlllinory and fancy
goods juil oponod In tbo Athonoum build
ing on Commercial avenue. Her stock
consists of a full aitortment of fall hatsi
Java canvas and patterns, u full lino of ze
phyrs, nil colors, foathors, French flowers,
ribbons, nnd a gonoral assortment of fancy
Colored Babe Hau.. AVo may glvo
offense to Oaucaslan-soifslblllty when wo
say, that at last our baio ball honor has
boon satisfied our ability to boat tbo
world at the bat has boon vindicated
and by colored baio bailors. Our whito
boys of ball procllvitios, boastod a groat
deal, but could novor rlsojwlth tho occasion
and dofoat tha club tbey woro playing
with. Even Mound City could boast n
club that could dofoat any of our most
oxport players. Hut at last Cairo rlies
and takci tho championship, and sho did
It with hor gallant Qulokstops, dusky-fea-tured
sons of Ham. Th'sOzlall colored
club of Charleston, Misiourl, claiming to
be the champions of three atatos, camo to
Cairo to got now laurels j but tbo Cairo
boys wero too much for them. Tbo
Gzlabs wont down, by a scoro of G5 to 8.
This was decidedly thn best played gi,mo
of tho season. Frank ltobortson, Samuel
Bmith, Henry nayos, Albert Stein and
Richard Oolman especially distinguished
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah
" Julia, Vickslmrg;
" John F Tollo, St Louli;
" City of Chestor, St Louis;
" Hello MempbW, Mompbli;
" Kitty Hlgler, Arkansas River;
Stnamor Jim Fiik, Paducati
" Julia, St Lou's;
' John F Tollo, Now Orlcani;
" City of Chester, Memphis:
" Hollo Memphis, St Louie;
" Kitty Higlor, Cincinnati;
1I0ATST0 LEAV4 TO-DAY.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah;
" Sllverthorno, L'vansvillo;
" Joe Kinnoy, A'icksburg;
" Iloo and barges, St Loult;
" St Oenoviuve, St Louis,
River, AVeatukb and Hu.hnkss.
Tho river last evening was 0 feat C Inches
on tho gaugo, having fallen 2 inches dur
ing the previous 24 hours, Tho weather
changed yestorday, becoming cloudy nnd
much warmer; and prospects tor, rain
woro very favorablo at dark last night,
liusiness has takon n relapse. It was "too
dead to sfcln" yesterday "es 'twero-"
W.tu Dept. Hivbh ItmoitT,
ujiouer u, ib, i.
L.OOK Out kob Haroainb. Jlr. A
JIarx lias just relurne.1 from Now York,
whoro he purohaiod one of tho Unest nnd
largest stock nf clothing, g'.ct'i furnish
Ing goods, huts, te., of tiio very latest
stylo, which ho will sell LOWER than
tho Lowevr. All goads marked In plain
Lumiier Still Goinu Down. As wo
aro dctorminod to close iut our stock
iputdily, preparatory to winding up bus-
Incsi, v;o will sell all kinds of lumber at
two dollars per thousand less than mar
ket prices, A largo lot of lath and stove
wood on baud, which will bo sold at cor-
rcipnndlngly low rates.
221.9-9.tr AVali. & En r.
Lunch Every Day. Georgo Lattner
corner or l ourlcontn and Wuibinglon
ftvunuo, will furnish horoaltor, ovcry day
to his patrons & No. 1 lunch, betweon the
hours of ten and twolvo o'clock. Fresh
Mllwaukeo beor and fragrant Hav
ana cigars to bo had at bis bar at all
NEW LUMBER YARD
The undersigned having cstabllsl
new lumber yard lu connection with
iiuirilll, are prepared to futaMi all kit
liUIIUlii material, Mica as
vivp nvi'i'.vm pniT.Ai
And Ah Flnonng, Hl-lln-'. fei'ln", .V
Micjial nttentlun is cilleu to our
boat, Vn,(on and Agricultural lmpb
Material, which win ne iurni;ne;i on
notice in hec or Minll iiiiamltleti.
t Ii.h. .... 1. nf ..lion l. fi.n.l.. 1...
! our mill, which wilt be old at e t to J I
uiouiiumi in rarioau iois. a-io i.uji
ihliijU'S fitrcltheil luany i,',iant(tv.
IIIAH. l,iM..HTtl'. .V
i Tt II A, .( 1 K"l U fl
tnwiiiiiiL ii r rmfjiii iwt n i wirrit r
J Q. HARMAN &. CO
Hurlingron und MUsouri It. It. to
XT 1. 1 I. : 1 1 . . 1 fll..n l ...
Ills. Central R. R. Co.,
Aot'b Ofpice, Cairo, Oct. 2, 1871.
HTAT10.NS. 0W Wattr
Ft. III. ft. 111.
1'ltnMirg a 8 rt
cinciniuti k o
i.ouisvlllu a r
Evaimville 1 1 1
Na.hvillo 1 1!
.St. Louis HO
General item.. 'i'ho Jim Flsk
brought out a vory fair trip from Padu-
can, including '10,000 foot of poplar and
walnut lumber, destined to J'imt Cam
brldgo, Massachusetts. Spunking of tho
population of Hrooklyn, Capttvlu Cro wo,
ofthe Jim Fisk, says It consists of "MIo
McGauley and family, Georgo Steolo and
family, Georgo Tnwllng, and Hooker
Hrlson nnd his dog,"
Captain J M Phillip.", roturnod from
tbo cunvontion night before Inst.
Thero is a dangerous log cloeo to tho
bank iu Thompson's Rend, which pilots
must look oiit for.
Tho Jno. F Tollo found a chnnnel nt
Power's Island that haa 0 foot wator In it.
Sbo camo out drawing that much with
Tho wreck of tho Honry
Probasco was sold tho other day, just as It
lays, to parties who oxpect to uso tho mr
chinory on land whoro it will no doubt bo
moto profitable than it oven was in the
"Hub," (Captain Hon. F. Eagan) Is
tho nautical editor of tbo Nailivlllu com.
morcial reporter. Hli memory goes back
a long way In marine mntten, if wo may
judge by bis intorosting ieminlsciincw of
AVo will contlnuo tho salo ot Excursion
tickets to Chicago up to nnd includiog
Friday tbo Otb. Tickets will bo good to
return until tbo l'Jth Inclusivo.
10-1-Ct James Johnson, Agont.
Mrs. Hultz ha3 Just returned from tl e
oast with n full stock of millinery goods
and ladles', inlfscs' and children's shoes j
also, n largti stock of Udlos' hair switrhes,
and good belonging to tto millinery
trade, culu, Hosiery, oto., Willi a inrgo
lot of notions, which bIio will soil cheaper
than any cluur placo in Cairo, Storu on
thn corner of Kluventh street nnd AVaih-
injtou avenuo, 206-0.2l!-tf
the tiaruor suop is on mo cornor ot
Eighth stroot and Commercial nvonuo
whoro J. Goorge Stionhouso with his gen.
tlomnnly assistants can bo found r.t any
hour of tho day or night, readv to soothe
your foolinga with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It it ft first-class shop, and you are
sum of receiving ftrst-elnss trentmonl
Ladloa' and childron'a hair cut or curled
in th mot approved stylo. fl-lfi-tf,
Matthias and fuhnituutj Manu
vaciurkh. .Messrs. Segrlst and Hai
inan havu oponod, on AVnshington avcai o
betwoon Thlrtionth and Fourteenth
street a shop, whoro tboy proposo to do nil
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattrciecs, upliolstorlng, eofiis, loungos,
chairs, etc., and nlso repairing and ro
vnriiishliigfurnlturo of all descriptions.
Thoy will tow and lay down carpots and
bang paper. New mattresses and furni
ture mado lo order. Teoy havo como to
Cairo to stay, nnd respectfully solicit tho
patronage of tbo public. 283-0.2C.lm
Joe Ronekkr Is now m full cgntrol of
the Washington Ukory, nnd having
lontned tbo wants of tho public, la pro
C. WINSTON & CO,
Ileal estate Agoi
- ...ic.iiT.r'.t Tfi . ..if. ..... ri.
runiUlien AbstrucU of Title.
Clonoral Iiisui'niico Arionl;
Ohio Lcvco, over Matltua &UL1
IQjrJN'onc lut first-clait Compt
Sad'ord, Morris & Cimd
73 Ohio Lcvoo, City National Ua
Building, OAino, Iu.s.
C.to oldest oslablithed Aceney in Soutl
Illinois, represent Ins over
rm y-w r-. rn t fx lltrmnTlir I T 1 f n r
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Riits, Mice, Honobe,- Ants, Hcd-Hi
J. F. HENUY, CURHAN .t t'O
o uuu v lotirgu x-iuce,now xuik.