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fhnfij.- W car. fftiw (Viiru to ChlcaKO. Kleptnt
I Ira I' If tnn-n fleejitnjr nrn on night trin.
lltil h'rtt fi all Important p"lal.
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tl, : Hi. Net I In I Fruit KxpreM train will
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;W w. JOHNSON. Ssent.
ul' 1 1 K hjl KOL'TK FROM SOUTH
ILMXOIS CBXTRAL R. R.
Sf J.(HII, LoUlMVILLK, CINCINNATI, ClII
CAIIO, Nr.w Yoiik, lloTOS,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
I'.ceiig-r train, arrive at and lo.ircC.ilro as fol
Aaattt H i.Hi a m 3i30 p.m.
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Uoth trlo oonncet a Ontralia with train on the
Pna. twvatnr, Bloominntcn, El Po, La Salle,
Meadota, Kreeport.ilAleni, Dubuque, and
all point! In Illinois Missouri,
Mianeota, A'Uconsln and
Iowa. And with
l.lriM ruanlnj Et and West (or
. LaoL. Kpngfield, LoQl.Tllle,
I'loeinnatl, ln,ui;apoti, Columbus.
And at Clitea;o with Mretlxan Central, Michigan
Mniwrn, ana tiiiDurK, ron najot
and ChKass Kailroads lor
Iwtrolt, Ctetrlanl, Dunkirk.
Albany, Buton, Philadelphia,
Niara Falls Erie, Hj-aIo.
,s Turk, pittAburg. BAitinwre,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Far tfcrocjjn tKku aa-i 'sforraatlan, apply to
W. p. JOHNSON.
. . CnlPa.M:;r Ajent, Chicago.
SPBINGPIELD A"D ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. It.
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WILL LAND. VIIKN HAILED,
teT TXCJOir, llA7,r, I.A.VDIVO. KT.
Mil'TH Of CACHE, MAKIMS WAVl(,
AMI JfAVr TAISIJ
ALLEN, .MULKKY tc WIIKKLKR,
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nuiiain 11 hum
orrae 01110 i.evke, koomi, 7 anh h over
I.ITY NAT10.VAI, 1IAKK.
MOOTH AMI Hlll)i:.
BOOT AUD BUOE MAKER,
V- Waahtngton Arenuo a
Uoots and Bane. Ma,k to t)r4
Fine Workmen Kmplojuj."
CITY SUOE STORK
HOOP SORT FACTORY
ton Acincr ton
HOOTS AND BHOEB
Ossisurrclal Avenue, tkrUvr r aKutu
TAIsriOlJLAU ATTJJUTIOK PAID TO ALIi OIW
UUUt fOU II001fAUHT AMD HUOlth
Norlli, Tliroujjfi V:0ln.m, 2.U0p.m
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(J. IK) p.m.
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!!. It'tcr route, luiixlnj'
unit Krldnjr C:imp.m,
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IV. UN., Thursday A I'rl
day i Cioop.m.
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I.ovt'lapp, Ky 11:00 ft. m.
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Drtieriil Delivery 7i3'ln.tn.
(bundayi 8 toV-tn.)
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Iti-Hii-tor " ' " .' ii. in. b.W p.m.
Moiipy Onlor nnd Itnlficr ilopartiiicnt." nut
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Caiso nuyiMmt, No. 11. Slfttod An-cmMy
theA)l(imMiM)iiu Hull, II rot nn I tint lo
tirdam Inr.icli tnnnth.
Caiko CurrtL, No. 21, Ilrgular Comocntion al
1I.ii.oii i- Hall. the Mfond l-rlday liicacli montli.
Cairo CiKi-TtR, No. 7l trirulnr Coutocatlon
at Mii'Oiiio Hall, on the third l uejdnyor cery
UAimi iyi-or, Tiio.s.17 k. a a. ji iieguiar torn.
muiiication nt Maonlr Hall, tho srcoiiJ nnil
fourth Mondata ol eai'li month.
HrLTA Iiwir, An.w t. a a. .n. iieRimr nin-
miinloatioiii at .MH.-onlc llall .ir.'t mm tnirn
Tliursdnyn in each month.
At r ivhru t tnr. Mt Meeta In OJd Kcllow'
11.11. In Art-r'a lluiidlnir, tery Thurnday nen.
WOOD! AV00I)!! WOOD!!!
The underjined will furnh
HARD AND DRY Y00D
Ah t'licnii. If not l'lioiiirr
Thn ut wood dealer In C.lro. l.eafe orders
on me eiaies ai ine j-osioinje urn ai ius iviu
tard, on Commercial atenue, between Tenth ana
Twelfth etreeu, Cairo, lllmoli. 1 into Rood
maure and will cord the wood up tl ueirei.
amttn-tf liENNlS HALEY.
nrL r-sTArr. agent.
C. WINSTON Jc CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
"I (ECONll FLOOIl) OHIO LEVEE,
JJcv and Sell Heal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A- I f rejare Cntyaace of Klcd.
v i.i i..-hs: iy A;vi". Fii Si isd
L pc. rf a
Hav&c for cz:tiu" the cSosri
i " j "
, I. fv2Ctf.
Jopk Hl, fvT depiHitisg oal
4rzthiit :ziiUT a the strwiU, arrested
1t CWisi, ml ; hod co.-u.
Sbrirtr oyitr fclliup at Jorgtn-
j Mtn. "iVoIL-er A- Koehler, the new
I proprietori of the Hotel ("ami, will iprc&d
I I '-rifid .uiich Ufhi"ht at 10 o'clncK.
KiVKLteio. .VJ " kUss boxes " for side
it It cents ech. W. AV. Tikiiinton.
la tho J'oliet dazettc of the current
'reek, the shirt tall Incident that occurred
In ono of our (jhurchw lately ii beautifully
Rck well sells cunh week two religious
pictirUI, and thirty of vault of tho jiictor.
ials .if tho Police Uautte kind. Which
provus that Friend Is tieeded in Cairo to
Ohio Levee, hut night, stunk like u
slaughter hoii'e. fomi'lmiiy hud turned
out a keg of rotten jiig fot on tho rail
road truck, nnd all thii rmw of tho gurden
of Kdcn L'ould nut have killed the fearful
Solii. Chief ilyerf, yesterday, told at
public outcry four unclaimed impounded
hogs lor ? 1 00.
Hih Suiukcth. Rev. .Mr. Friend re
ounu us to Hiiuounce that there will bo
preaching, ns usual, in the Oirlsllun churclt
to-morrow. Hit suhlocU will bo: at 11
a.iii,Thi) Rcsurreetloti of Christ j uttip.m.,
1 ypo of the Old Ttstuiiifiit.
FoK iSai.k. At h bargain, it Davis' so-
ing machine. Has never been used: is
I entirely new ; nli,o, a new $80 Wilcox A-
Gibbs, Mn''lg threiid. lniili-sllLch. rnwinL-
1 1 a
machine. Eiuiuiru ut thu
Thu (Jraiul ()penlug Lunch
Hotel Garni To-night
LADOn Moveuk.st. TI10 rihlp Carnon-
ters and Caulkerb' Union, of this city, pro
pose, at an early uay, to ro-orgnui.u under
I their charter, for tho purpose of dovlsing
una means to co-operate with tho
Kx.ui, iuiK,r reform movement now in pro
gress throughout tho country, mid for tho
-'HUCllOn of uth.ir iinivirlnnt l.nalii,...
I connected with thu f,rdr.
Am l'usu i;.,!,,., 1 1 inst
o three hundred and nluety-Uiruu l'rus-
siau uouurs wero subsorlbed by U10 Ger
mans 01 1,'nlro, to bu sent to Prussia tn nld
I of thu woundid roldlers and thu widows
I orphunf of soldiers who had dlml lu
tho Ute conflict with Fruneu. Tho mom y
I v" promptly furwarded to Its deitinution.
nnd yesterday thu reoolnt lor It wns re-
I te'el y Sir. 1. G. Bohuli, and may bo
1 ...t. . . -
I vun 3 Hi" curious Rt tils drug Uoro.
THE CAIRO DAILY
.uc.r,ii. Oonstablo ArnolJ, yostor
n.Mitrnil ii dlsrmtcli from tho city
mnr.linl of Kvnnavlllc, directing lilrn to
nrrost Mlko Orier, who lintl gono tlirdugli
n clothing storo In tliitt city. On tho nr
riviil nt tlie whnrf of tho J'VAiiivlllo pneket
Artiohl gobbled his miin nnd lodged him In
tho county jnll. Tho goods were nil found
in his trunk, mid ho iidmitlod his guilt,
ssying ho wns compollcd to steal or sturvo
Rattle. A lino kit of ship carpenter's
tools nnd ulfo n splendid kit of joiners
tools complete, will bo rallied off on Sntiir-
iliy nvi'iiingi 19th inst., nt tho corner of
Sjventetiith-st. nnd Cominorclnl uvenun.
Tho ehiitice will bo CO conts tnch. A lino
string band will bo In ntloiidiincc, and n
cojd timo tuny bo nntlclpnted. Tho ralllo
is for tho bunefltof Mrs. Mitrion, widow of
tho Into Titos. .Marlon. dtd
Reihtkii. An extract from nn ox
chnngo found n plnco In our columns yos-
tdrdny, In which tho statement wns mnilc,
that, In defiance of tho law lately pnssou
by tho legislature, nll4tho railroads of 11
llnois maintained their rate" of tmssongor
fare. This, so fur as tho Illinois Contral
Is concorned, Is not corroct, tho company
having reduced its rates of faro in compli
ance with tho provisions of tho Uvrf
Tho Grand Opening Lunch
Hotel Gnrni To-night
At 10 o'clock ;
At His 1'obT. Tho Rov. ,Mr. Friend
cmnot bo intimidated by nny mnn.oreot
of men. Ho knows his rights, nnd, know
ing, daro maintain. His foot is In his na
tive heath nnd his name is Friend. There
fore, he will prench to-morrow, morning
and evening, nnd invites " tho frionds of
the cause " to attend. No difficulty need
bo anticipated, Messra. Hay, Atdcn and
Talbott having been subdued, and taught
that a man of iron nerve is ready, at any
moment, to meet them face to face. All
will be scrone.
Pr.oonr.5ivE. Our opinion of Mr.
Friend has been greatly elevated by a pe
rusal of his very calm, christian-toned,
and elegant letter published in another
column. The fact that ho reads The Uul-
leti.v, daily, for the purpose of Informing
himself of the news of the diy, ''both at
home and abroad,' proves him to bo a pro
gressive minister. Ministers who read
The Bulletin only at home may bo in
corrigible, but 0110 who reads it both at
home and abroad cannot be anything
short of a very intelligent and clover gen
.Reliable and Safe. Dr. Henry
Root and Plant Pills nre mild and plcaso
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping, lieing en
tirely vegetable, they can be taken with
out rer&rd to diet or business. They
ironist tbc Iner and secretive organs into
hinHhy action, throwing off disease with
eat exbasiticg or debilitating the system
Trr :bwn and vou will bo satisfied
Price SS cents box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medicine everywhere
Prepared by the Grafton 3Iedicino Co., St
Louis, Mo. myOdm
Died It. this city, yesterday afternoon,
M.v. Sarah Shar.ne.siy, wife of Uryan
Sfaaanessv, Eq., of this city. Mrs. Sban-
nessy has been relieved by death after a
long and painful illiness, and will bo
mourned by a large circle of friends nnd
acquaintances. She was un exemplary
woman, true to till the duties which her
station in life devolved upon her. Tho
funernal services will tuko placo ut tho
Episcopal church Sunday, 1 o'clock p.m,
and tho remains will bo taken to Villa
Ridge for interment by 2 o'clock train.
Thu friends of the family tiro in vital to
Goon Railroad Newh. Monroe coun
ty has ordered her bonds to bo issued to
tho Cairo and St. Louis road, and now tho
success of the enterprise depends entirely
on tho action of Randolph, which will
probably speedily follow the exitraplo of
her sister counties. 1 ho nows rolntivo to
tho Cairo and Vinccnnes road is ulso en
couraging almost too good to bo true,
S. D. Aryes, of this city, returned from a
visit to Springfield yesterday uftornoon,
and reports tliul information had been re
ceived thuro by Mr. Smith, of Dodge,
Lord V- Co., that Ceil. Raum hub diroctod
that firm to umploy onu thousand men to
go to work on thu roud on tho lbt of Sep
tember, Gen. llurnsldo having closed his
negotiations and obtained tho monoy to
push forward tho cntorprlio to oarly com
pletion. A Cattle Market. Tho Chicago
S'uh, an excellent paper, published by .our
old frlond Goodull, replying to an article
of tho Ivansus City Drover, declares that
tho Cairo and FulUn ro.ld,
when completed, will furnish u routo for
tho cattlo of Txu throo hundred nnd
fifty miles shorter than tho routo by way
of Kansas City. Tho great bulk or tho
lighter cattle, including a gdoJly number
of beeves, tho .S'ini predicts, "will comn
by tho way of Cairo or Kansas City, as tho
enso may he, for tho purposo of bolug dis
tributed itmoug feedors or grnr.on, as it is
a mutter that Is coming to bo rapidly un
derstood til At this class of cattlo must bo
put in good condition for market before,
thoy can bo sold lo advantage. Good
sized citttlo yards will hnvo to bo' estab
lished ut Cairo or Mini's Point, and against
thesu yards, whou established, Kansas
City can butt with nil hor might, as It will
'require nil tho best efforts she can mako
to get tho cattlo startod on tho right route
from tho )nwor country, Sho lias now
mado it llrst-rntu tturt in tho business of
beef pucking, but ms soon aa this Cairo
and Fulton road shall bo completed wo nro
Inclined to tho opinion that either Cairo
or Llttlo'Rock will bo more dcslrablo
point for packing heavily than Kansas
, -. , ... . . 1 1. . ..1.1 ...
can uu, as unuer point win uu umu iu vuiii-
maud llin, Texas nnd Indian uattlo at
clioupiir rates nnd In bcltorconditlon than
NonuKr Thu finance committee lmvo
Instructed Taylor to Immediately proceed
to tho collection nf nil personal taxes for
1871, and lo notify nil persons hy circu
lars, that thoy must loso no tlmo in walk
ing up to the "captain' office."
HE -TELLS THE TRUTH AND NOTH
ING HUT THE WHOLE TRUTH.
"THERE WAS NOllODV LIKE HHO.
HAY'S FAMILY MATTERS VltN-
FRIEND TAKES HOLD.OF AN OP-
RUT DROPS IT LIKE A HOT BRICK
ALDEN REPROVED FOR 10NO
RANGE OF THE BREAD
TALBOT GETS IT FOR TOBACCO
DISORDERLY PERSONS NOT EN
TITLED TO A TRIAL.
OPPOSITION TO FRIEND IS OPPO
SITION TO THE CAUSi:.
THEY WANT A TRIAL WHO GAVE
NO TRIAL. !
HISTORY OF THE WEDNESDAY
MR. HAY'S STEP DAUGHTERS RE-I
"MR. ALDEN WAS ONE REPROVED
FRIEND GOT OUT IN
I WAS LIKELY TO BE KNOCKED
DOWN BY THE OPPOSING
. . .1
Caiuo, Iil., August 11, 1871
To iht Editor of The liuiUiin :
Dear Sir: As I am a reader of your
paper, daily, for tho purpose of imformlng
myself of tho nows of tho day, both at
homo nnd abroad, I saw certain articles in
your valunblo paper concerning the troub
les in the Christian church of this city,
which, to 11 great extent, are false, vou, no
doubt, being wrongfully informed.
I thought my letter, in The Bulletin,
would suffice and trouble had ceased; but,
n yesterday's papor, (Thursday's),
nn article appeared, which, 1 un
derstand, was put in b 60:119
boys whom I had reproved during
the time I held a protracted meeting. Tho
said nrticlo I considered beneath my no
tice to answer.
Since yesterday, falsa reports have been
circulating inoro than common. There
fore, I deem it ndvisablo to set tho wholo
truth before tho people in a christian spir
it, giving no offensq to nny one, but tell
ing the truth and nothing but tho wholo
Boforo I came back to Cairo, this year,
there was nobody like Bro. Friend with
nil of tho opposing partios. Of courso I
had to step at Mr. Hay's house, which I
did. Whilo there, somo three weeks, dur-
ng my last protracted meeting,
'. saw everything did not go on
right in tho family. Persons frequently
spoke to mu of Mr. Hay's wifo about
showing partiality to Mr. Hay's first wifo's
children at lenst two of them. I was In
tho sitting room or.o day with her (Mrs.
Huy), and her daughter, Minnie, who
complained to nto of hor mother's mis
treatment of tho other children. Conse
quently, as a minister of tho gospel, I took
hold of the opportunity to talk to hor
about it, in 11 christian manner, when, of
courso, I was told to jnndmy own 'bust
ness. I meddled with it no more, but I
incurred hor displeasure, from that timo
since, nnd I hnvo noticed Mr. Hay lins
treated mo very cooly over sipco.
Mr. Aldor. 1 reproved in tho church on
account of furnishing different bread for
tho Lord's table from what wo htvo boon
using. Sinco then, which was .during tbe
foro part of my protracted meeting) bo
has nover been tho same Thon I re
proved Mr. Talbott not Lint, personally
but nil who used tobacco in general for
spitting tobacco juico on tho .floor. It
socniH lis has novor been pleased yet. Now,
whuther thosonro tho causes of the dls
pleasuro I don't say, but I noticed, their
opposition commoncod from, that tjmo to
Thoso purlieu had beon so used to ruling
and having things tholr own .way that
whon I euiiiu and used a littlo autltdrity It
pleased thorn not. Tholr certificate of
trusteeship was not recorded until August
7, 1871, and, I understand, that Mr. Hay
wrote it and Mr. Talbott eworo to it, about
7 o clock last Monday morning, foarlng,
wo would got ours recorded boforo them
they being olectod iu 1800, during tho
monlh of May. Now, this shows low
thoy haVo boon carrying on buslnoss. But
11 prominent lawyer says it will not stand,
as it Is not mndo out nccordlng to law, tho
ono making it out undorstnnding nothing
fully nbout it.
'"With referonco to turning thoso pnrtlos
out, It wns nccordlng to tho word
of God. I defy any mint to 1 show
me whon n porson or persons nro
walking UJsordorly, that thoy shall have a
trial, tfol tho apostles say "withdraw
from thorn." .Thoir notions rcro sufficient
11 opposing tho cnuso, by opposing mo,
etc. Npw, I understand thoy want a trial.
Thoy novel1, thought of giving mo one, or
tolling mo tuiythlng about it, when thoy
crawled into tho church window on last
SMutdny night nnd excluded mo. This
mooting was called without any authority.
Thoro is about olovon or twolvo that wish
to rulo tho church, nnd somo hnvo told mo
thnt Mr. Hayvlshosto do tho preaching
1 um not tho only proacher thoy havo
treated sliameruliy. -nr. bwoony wus
served nonrly tho samo way, from what I
Mr, Hay novor opposed jno as an oldor
until ho was tried, and u few, days boforo.
"With rorerqitsntolotturtof commendation
AUGUST 12, 1871.
as an old nnd ublo te&chor said, In n
mooting not long ng0, It would bo nn In
suit to nsk a mnn for thorn, when thoy hnd
beon ncqtialnted with him for two years.
I soo your papor says I brought chnrtros
ngalnst Mr. Aldon for disturbing tho prny-
or meeting on wedncsdny night. It Is n
misunderstanding. Eld. O. Carpenter
was tiio porson, not mo, as I had nothing
to do with it. I did not know I was Koine
to bo a witness, until I was sont for, for If
I bad preferred tho charges 1 would have
dono it In a difleront mannorand mere
witnosica would hnvo beon obtnlned, as n
number woro wnltlng to bo called upon
to testify. Tho result would havo boon
serious, as It would have gono very hard
with Mr. Aldcn nnd othors. But the next
tlmo they will havo to be very careful.
Tho tiny of tho ilislurbnnco Mr. Guntor
camo to mp, as I was visiting his houso,
and told mo tho partios wished to com
promise tho maltor by stating tholr own
terms, and that thoy wore coming out to
meeting that night. I told him tholr con
ditions would not be accoptod, nnd told
him tho conditions on which 'thoy could
como back, nnd to toll them
thoy need not como to church
to bring anything up of the kind,
in'tho meeting or after, as It would mako a
disturbance Thoy found they could do
nothing by law, and I told him I expected
thoy wished to como back nnd bo as thoy
woro originally, nnd work me out if they
could, nnd thus break up tho church, for
many hnvo told mo if I left thoy would do
I told bim (Mr. Guntor) to toll them
not to come, yot they did, and disturbed
our meeting, which many are willing to
testify, to-day or any timo.
Tho disturbance: Tho partios came in
boldly; took front scats, which few would
havo dono under tho circumstances. It was
not long beforo I had lo roprovo ono or
two for laughing and talking. Thoso
wero Mr. Hay's step-daughters or niccos.
I then told tho nudlcnco I wished no ono
to talk to ono anothor or back to rue, and
further, that I wished no other business
.introduced that night. I said this, expect
ing Homo troublo, as I hud heard a rumor
that we got hold of that they, (tho oppos
ing partios,) wero coming to hold a prayor
mooting, and, If wo interfered, they wero
going to kick us out. 31 r. Aldon was ono
reproved also, whilo others mado disturb
Tho report of mo running out of tho
houso is false I Ixcalheioull and most of
tho congregation was out on tho platform,
and some had gono homo.' Thoy, (the op
posing parlies,) were in tho houso, and
lome of them on the sidewalk. I was wlio !
)r getting out when thore was no light in
tho houso; and previous to that I was like
ly, to bo knocked down by tho opposing'
(Previous to. this disturbance the threo
oxf-trustcos sued Mr. Carpenter for tho
two keys of the church, ono belonging lo
Mr. Rood, or tho mission school, tho other
to tho church, valued at two dollars, which,
of courso, thoy did not got. .....
I wish tho oditor to publish a letter I
received from Mr. Hay nearly two
years ago. Tho people can soo ms opinion
of mo then, which would havo boon, per
haps, tho samo yet, had not tho reproofs
spoken of in tho foropart of this letter
Tho resolution passed nt Carbondale
includes only thoso who are not known ;
and,1 oven if it did more, tho christian
church has no nuthority anywbero in
God 'a word to call a numbor of preachers
togcihor to adopt resolutions. Every con
gregation is independent of Itsolf in
governutont. Thoreforo, any otitsldo
affair like this amounts to nothing; as
plenty of our preachers will go whero
"thoy aro not known, and nevor show any
commendations whatever. Tlicro was
plonty thoro that day that wero not known
yory well, yot did not show any papers,
nor woro thoy asked.
Mr. Uay tried lo get those preachers
thoro to make a porsonal matter of it, be-
causo I camo here to Cairo to proach and ho
(Mr. Blay) did not llko iL Hut ho did not
succeed, neither will ho. Tho preaching
brethren told him that if I was guilty of
any offenso the church of Cairo had to at
tend to it and not thorn. Thus bo has
boon trying to injuro mo abroad na well as
in Cairo, but lias not succocdod.
--.Thoso things would not havo beoir pub
lished bad ho not boon trying to mako mo
out what I am really not.
Thus ends the story for tho proscnt, hop
ing tho friends of the .causo will como out
to church and aid us In trying to build up
thefcuuso of Christ against ail tho opposi
John Friend, Pastor.
Invoices of now goods just received at
tho Boston Shoo Store.
Elliott & Uattiioun.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANSIII
Fivo hundred dozon No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK 8T0RF, nt $1,00
por dozen. Largest wholesale nnd retail
stock in tho city.
Greeley & Patikr.
New PnoToaRAPH' Galltsky. "NVo no-
tico thnt Mr. ,1, J. Thomas lias lit tod up
tho rooms lntely occupied by W. G.Worth
ington In very good stylo, and, ns an artist,
is doing excellent work Hint should ontltlo
bim to a fair share of patronage
Notice, From August lstuntll ftirthor
nntfco, tho faro per transit stonmor Illinois
plying botwioon Cairo nnd Columbus will
bensfollowa: Ono way, 91,00; round trip,
',12.00. . W. A. Lowth,
W'k would cull ilia attention of our
country frioudti who want to got good
pictures to call on J. J. .Thomas, who has
n very plontuiit gallery on Gommorclnl
nvcnu'o for Uio'.r uccommodutlon, nnd is
roally tho best nrtist wolinye had in Cairo
or a long time. tf
Notice. Dooming, n, .knowlodgo of
chemistry nooossnry to tho student of all
soIencoB and professions, as well as to tho
mechanic, I propose to opon 11 class of
chemistry of forty lessons, commencing
on tho first Monday in Soptembir noxt.
For particulars inqulro at my oflleo, 142
Commercial avenue, Cairo,
AW A. Wamiymar.
What Hay Thought of Friend Two
Ykaiw Aao. Yesterday while wo wcu
sitting at our table, n gontloniim entered
" inirouucetl himsoir as Mr. 1-ncnu.
Of courso wo wero glad to see this Hon of
tho hotir; and, our neglect to toll him so,
will bo regretted by , ni ti10 remaining
Jays ofourllfo. Ho u a good looklng-rcally.hnndsomo-gcntlcman;
that we )ftvo ,COn him, wo can und-.t-
m? V, ,,0pl,,ar wUh 1110 f"c
portion of his congregation nnd tho aver
sion of" such ugly specimens as Huy nd
Talbott. IK-says ho has boon pursued by
Hay with unrcasonablo malice, and thai
gontleman s aversion to him Is of recont
date. In proof of IM, BS10rtlon ho has
requested us to publish at, extract from a
letter written by Hy to Ffion(j two
yoars ngo. Hy addresses him as "Bro.
Frlond," nnd, after a proltide, says:
" You aro, I supposo, Vy this tlmo, sot
tled,down to your studies nnd aro busily
engaged In treasuring up knowledge
which, I trusl, will ho used in after yuan!
to tho honor and glory 0r God. You linvo
a warm placo In tlio affections of thu
brethren In Cairo, and thoy will over watch
your courso with interest. I need not
urgoyou to bo faithful, ns that Is unneccs
Sarv. but will mnv 1... ....... .. .1
ji, vi uuuutirec
mcnt, to go on preaching nnd studvfiii
nnil tho Lord will bless vou. Tlicro uru
runny in bouthorn Illinois who expect to
hoar it good report of you in yoars td
como." ' i
'Go on preaching," said Hay, nnd
Friond took his ndvico, nnd now won't
stop when Hay wants him to.. Why
should ho? Hnsn't Hay told him that, If
negocs on preaching, tho Lord will bless
mm 1 en, verily.
Tho Grand Opening Lunch
Hotel Garni To-night
At 10 o'clock;
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, plcca
lillo and onions, nt Jorgonscn's.
Truth. The nower of Mrs ' Whit.
comb's Syrup for children nro ns tioiitlm
m tho sunlight from heavon, nnd gentle
anu rooming as un angel s whisper. aug8
Dr. Rattlngors Diarrhooa and Dysente
ry Powders will euro all kinds of Diarrhoea
and Dysentery afllicting ndults, quickly,
pleasantly and safely. For sale by nil
first class druggists nnd dealers. nugS-
It has been proved, beyond thoposslbll
ity of doubt, that discuses of tho bladder,
kidnoys, and urinary organs, are tbor
ougbly and completely cured, and n per
manent victory gained over dyspepsia, or
canlc weakness, crave!, dropsy, strancurv
dlabotcs,'nnd femala Irregularities, by the
aid of IIelmiiold'h Buchil
Very few remedies havo reached tho
standard that has been awarded to Helm
hold's Buciiu; for in it is to bo found u
7)osi7i're euro for discisos of tho bladder,
kidneys, uilnary organs, dropsy, rjravel,
strangury, organic weaknes, nnd feinalu
irregularities. This ha been frequently
acknowlcgcd by our leadicg, physicians.
A good ralllo will como off at tho Gib
son Houso on Monday ovoning, August 'J,
1871, consisting of a fine Spencer carbine.
Also n frno lunch will bo ready to tho
Wants of tho gudits. Aftor tho ralllo is
over a free danco will bu given, with good
music throughout tho entire evening
Como one, come all.
Wanted At tho Gatnblo wagon fac
tory, corner of Thlry-sccond street nnd
Ohio levee, Cairo, Ills, two blacksmith
iornors; two wngon mnkurs nnd ono wag
on painter nnd striper. iono but men
thnt havo served a regular timo nnd nro
masters f their ttudo lined apply.
d3t J. P. Gamjile,
The most popular shoe shop in town
is on 20th street opposite tho court houso
hotel, whero Writ. Khlers manufactures
boots nnd shoes for his customers, warrant'
cd to bo of tho best French calf, -kip or
morocco, nnd which ho guanrnlaes to give
entire satisfaction. Call on him nnd you
will know how it.ls'yoursolf. jySCtf
Twenty-five .Dollars Reward. A
reward of $25 will bo paid for tho recovery
of tho body of A. II. Clyde, who was
drowned in tho Mississippi riyor, opposllo
Cairo, on Sunday nigl.t last. AU exponscs
of delivering tho body in Cairo will nlso
bo pnid. By order of Alexander Lodge,
224, 1. 0. O. F. S. K. Slack, N. G.
F. M. Stockflktii, R. S.
Phillip Bauoh is master (it hlj trado,
and warrant nil of his work to bo of tlio
veru best material nnd manufacture : cuar-
antees a complete fit nnd entire saUtfuc-
tlon, isnot conflnod to nny.'particular stylo,
Lilt makes every varicty.pf boots nnd shoos
from tho heaviest cowhldo to .tho finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also ,kcops
a largo stock on hand, oAisoum manuue
lure. and anv one" dosirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth at., south siue,
near corner of Ohlo'lovcc, Cairo, dtf
' 1 1 t
Lieblr's colobratod oxtract of mont nt
Jorgonson's. ' ' . jy20tf.
Gcnui'iio walnut and mUlirobm kotch-
ups, ut Jorgcnson's. jy2Ctf.
Gu'avn Jelly and Bosnia prunes at Jor
Genulno Spanish olives at Jorgon
scn's. . jy2Gtf.
Anchlovis. in nlcklo, oil or salt, at
Jorgonioh'i. ' Jytf
Wm. Ehlors, X his shop. on 20th stroet
is still niRniifiActuri.ni' ovorv variety of
" 1 v -
boots and shoes from gonulne French calf
(housos no othor lnd) wiucn no
roady mado or mndo to. ordor at prlco
that defy compo'tltlon. J'-uu-
-William Alba'a burner s. op .a grow
1 1 1.1 1. fiior ovorv day. It Is noal-
1111; ill imuiiM - -
ly flttod up, and can boast of tho most
skillful workmen In tho city. The pro
prietor has hnd many years' oxporionco in
nls btisiness and Is recognized as ono of tho
most export shavers in Southern Illinois,
while young Alba is a mnstor in his pro
fession. Citlzona ana strangors who wish
a painless sha vo, a luxurious shnmpooing,
or their hair cut in tho latc.it stylo should
pntronlzo Albi. Hls ebop is on Commer
cial avonuo n oxt door to Uannon's nows
Steamer FlorentO Lee, Evansvllle.
11 ,...wrt,.,.,i,n,.llli Miti, fl.1.,,1
" Stisio Milver. iNow Urleuns.
A. linker, Capo Girnrdcnil.
l'.llu Unfiles, Louisville.
'" Illinois, Cc-lumbiH.
" II. 0. Yengor, St. Louis.
,Ias. Full, Jr.. Paducah.
ii ItMli! St. iiouts. St. Louis.
" John I . .noorc, now uncim.
" Enterprise, New uncans.
Steamer Floronco Leo, Evansvlllu.
" Commonwealth, St. Louis.
" Suslo Silver, St. Louis.
" A. Baker, Capo Girardeau.
" Kiln Hughes, Lou Bylllc.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Jns. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Hello St. Louis, Vlcksbttrg.
" Jndlanu, Now Orleans.
IIOAT TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
8. earner Hello Memphis, Memphis.
" Arkanias Bolle, Evansvllle.
" Doxtnr, New Orleans.
" Illinois, Columbus'.
" Jus. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" City of Cairo, St. Louli.
" Eddyvllle, Louisville.
Till llldtunn. ilnnnrtnd ilruilr.. ,n.
feet largo. Capt. Slut Neal Is her 11
clerk, which olUco wns mado vacant
thu resignation of Charles Millor, whoh
been on her for sovoral years.
Tho Iron" steamer John T. Mooro roshi
i... . ui -t -..1. ..!..!.. 1 .r
.u iieiuu. huu 1'no.unirora u
will ioatllicro for Now Orleans. Sho
ports tho Alton still aground.
Tho enterprise arrived horo cloven da
out from Now Orleans. Sho was load
with rags for Louisville. She will lo, d
mantled and her machinery transforr
to a now boat.
y Tho Montauk wont lo Columbus wi
two barges of coal.
.111. iiuain iibi, r. TT.in.pr.iii ir
ill... .11.-1.. 1 -1 t r 11 1 .
and several small lots of freight. S
nvmw hnvifu IIVUII lv IUU AJUWUrU WI
out any effect. Sho reports her very ha
The ;Kl!n Hughes had a good tr
from Louisville. 371 bbli Hour. 468 ba
oats and a largo lot of furniture. She r
pons .a incites on r renen isiana ana t
channel cutting out.
Tho Voai-pr will I'fit all sh&cin car
ou tho water.
Tl,.. K.I.... t.s.,.l.l tnr II. r. ......1. .1.1
1,1.1. flntlr. Ahti rpttirnrel In llin C.mna la
evening for nnothcr load.
Tho Belle of St. Louis arrived on got
to bring out. Mie added considorab
A I1U .I1I111IU JkSKUM AUA11UM UHUIW .1 JL
ducaii and tho Fisk brought her tri
which was about 100 tuns.
Eight feet to Memphis.
A II U lltCI I. .bill AKltlUK BIUWIV UBI
pi. i. ..in r.. n : . . .1 1 1. .
The Ohi) is falling at Cincinnati with
A I l L 1 1 IS LI1UB 1 LL LI1U liUBUSlKI. ' M. Ill AV U I
gafioltt U ritr) at (iraensboro; 9 feot
Ilrownsville. and fivo feet nnd rislnc
x iLiauurir. v-u.n uuskuiuu uru in lire
tl'iA t .... I 1 a . t --
i. r . I . 1 a . A f .
0 l a
Hglit tow of coal.
Freight is ilill pUnty.
r. . 1 .t i .
.. a u l tn .ii nnnif an vitia sn r.
cents tier cwt., opplci 75 ccnU per bbl.
TVia. ! Is.rs.nrtn T.futlifill n fMirtrJll. WhlO
Kir tun cirv finii iiir .iw urieuiii liu uilf
' ' : - .?
l.,la nnnina f.O l.liU lldllf. LNiia IS HinDlD
. l .InnAn.lnnl oMill I um I innmi
rri . . . i- z a i. r
mi y . tat. 1 1 J f lf V .... tl
roiad run n r i. .si is i . aiiii niiEuniv
n . .1 ? . if
A. AV. If. ..- 1 All.
- af '
trot nshoro or not. it is supposed no
wanted to go ashoro and took that way
for doing so. Sho worked eight Hours at
tho James Howard, but did her no good.
RIVER BY TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis. Aucust 11. Arrived Dur-
fec, 'Sioux City ; Salllo, Arkansas and
While rivers: Mary E. Poo, Red river,
Mnrblo City, Vicksburg ; Andy Johnson
und North-Wo8torn, Keokuk; John Kyle,
Denartod Julia Bertram, Keokuk:
Bollo Momphls, Memphis; Lake Superior,
St. Paul; Fannlo Lowls. Cambriugo.
Ames, Now Orleans.
Tho river is stationary.
Tho wenthor is clear nnd cool.
VicKmiuiio, August 11. Klvor falling,
weather warm nnd clear.
Down Gov. Allon; Kellogs nd
, Up Paulino Carroll.
Cincinnati, August 11. Rivet roso
tho dav: falllne to-night
with C foet in tho channol ; hoavy rain this
morning; cloaring up.
Louisville, August u. nocuanguiu
Um staL'o of tho wator, with 10 inches in
tho chtito and i foot on Portland bar ; fino
rain this aftornoon; cloudy and pttManv
tity xuiionni nauh, nulltHntr. ,- i
Hnoelnl attontlon paid to orders from boats,
nlKUt and day
13. S. HAllltELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSIS FURNISHING GOODS, '
BAR FIXTURES, J ' '
185 & 187 Commercial Avonuo