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IMETAULE OT THMtLHIOH CISIMl It. n.
on and after (Sunday,
mc iimo-taMe ill gorn the arrival n J Uf
uta of .Minf r train at C!roi
Dtp arf-Mall lrln, dally
Klrt, daily ....-
jitriot Mall.dally '..'
K.prV... .Ull, crt HunJ.y 3.W p.rn.
0,,.fc.r.rr.!.iC.iro.o M. I.oi.t.. No
rhwtt pf ' fr"n clr0 ,0 Chlcsgo. Kl.anl
Dra-lnf Boom ilceping cara on night train..
llMK' eljMkcii to all Important point.
TIib Mention of uhlppers Ii especlall)
,KJ lo the fact tint a Fruit lUpre.n Irn'n '
Cairo dally, Baturd)i rapci-tcl, ami will
aae the run from tills city to Chicago In twcnlj
two houra. JAS. JOHN!'.. K""1'
AND OA III
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait. "NViixiam II. Sandusky.
M 4K K
CAIRO MX). CITY
Leave Md. City,
root or tioHru miut.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 r.M.
At 8.30 A.M.
At 1U0 A.M.
A I -.30 P.M.
At 6.30 r.M
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED.
BOX rACTORY, lUWt's LA.VI'INO. KY.
MouTn or CACitc, marine av,
AND "ATY VAKP.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
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ARAB PIKK CUMI'A.Vy,
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Fbidat, SrrmrBEP. 1st, 1671.
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Olllu LKVKK, KO0MH 7 AND 8 OYER
' 1TY NAT IPSA I. HANK.
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v I Kurhaltrl
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FOK HA I.
o from Liyzri'ool,
Fare from Londonderry,
Fato from Glamiow,
TO 0AllWl,,,::SM $,,8.20
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I.IK1, .,.TTk aid Pl.ll.,
VlVAt vuiaij "iin i 'urn n. at I a Aau mm.,,
for Curinn th Mulls.
FOK PASS AO K T I UK UTS
os rt'iTiita iKroMiiiox
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALK, 'Aot.,
Kiiroadwsy, New-York, or to
IW WMliluiitoa ATfDUO.C'alici, IIUqoii.
... sum a.m.
,., 1:to p.m.
.. Tlinmii'i N. Mm
t.lil. mi 1 Col Mill'"
..W p.m. 4:00 p. in,
Olno l!Urr route, (ecpt
Iron Mountain lt "
V-.IIUa.tn. 11:J p.m.
MIm. 1! -f roiiKS mi..
,t rn.m, " i'-" tip..
Tlirlw "' A ('l,n,B
r.. ill. . Th.iri"lny A l"ri-
di) I-" v-m
jlmflel.l, lllilll'IVil.ll Bill
' i'w.!.... Ky Il.noa.m.
01 1 H i inn M.
(Sumhi lull n.m.)
u.., iinl. r ili'inutnicnt t.vO n.m.
tcifinlfr " ' " " 8.(10 n.m. 6:i0p.lil
Mow. Oi'lor will lieiuier uepniiinriHn nu
UtiHo,.aiMMr.Ri. No. 1.1. SI Mel Akh-kimj
the A)lum Miwonn Dull, nrst an.i iiuru...
unlay Inoncli month
OAinoC.i Nca, No. 21, Regular Conitionat
Mwonlc Mull. the wond Ktlda) in raon monwi.
Cai.h Unitra. No. Tt-SrcuUr Convocation
at Minu llll. on tli third lucJ) of t ery
"V-ilo Umh.1. N... ST V. A t M -Regular Com.
miini-Alun l Mon. IIMI, jiip trcon.i nun
foutili M'nJjot '-! montli.
lmt t. r-vi. K i A M -Kf cuUr Com-
mur .-Vi.n l lonic IU1I SrM uA thtrii
TtiarJAj inrh month
i,,UMit Iiioii.&'l. Mrrtf In 0.1,1 Fflltw'n
Hil, in Art. r' ItuilJInc. -rj ThurJy rrcn.
mi, t jo'clo.'V
iiIiIIIipI cwry mnmliiK, Momlny
KiNPLtNO. 600 " glass boxei " for mlc
t 5 ccat caeb. V. "W. Thornton.
Fi 5ali 1aw. .tv l;' Itu-'
irii ai:".. vsr. KvirJ iAtucr Kckcrt, at
iir JtjhJisc All iis.
iu-Ia-ou Hrtrt has alwai on
k supp'r of SadJlo Hock oyi-
v,rv Tw"Mi.li Gaiaxkt. "We n
tttn tint: 'iV T r Tt.mu b fitted up
Uu Tiiimit lulu's iiMmjiiiiilyW. G.Worth-
lii;tut ii 'ir " L1, 11 n ar''!'i
i- ttniii;- issimihiiit vi.rt tii: tiiMii entitle
limi ti i. iur iilii.!t tif jitv-.Mtr-
TTm riliinn. f. 1m p .sJ&ih ttrcet
u itill. niuiitrfu.i:crJ:r t;t TAriety of
ii:inti i i,"ti:iM ztazir.e French calf
'in W'l f.'i'r kiadt which he fells
ri-iiij au a sade to orJcr at prico
Txt GVjt'. s double-strength extracts.
VTx nocM caII the attention of our
owsvrr rriescs who vrant to cet cooa
pk'.srti to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
very plea.mt gallery on Commercial
Tnue for taeir accommodation, nnd is
rUlv ,.b:bt artist v,ehave had in Cairo
or i lose ttm. tf
in g po-a-der.
follow GiUet'i bak
Notice. From August 1st until further
notice, the fare per transit steamer Illinois
plying betveon Cairo and Columbus will
Us n follows : One way, ifljO; round trip,
12.00. "W. A. Lowtii,
cases Men' Kip liooti,
60 " ' Calf "
CO " Kip Iiroganf,
SO " Youthi", Uoys A; Children's
100 cases Ladies's Shot?,
25 " Child's "
25 " Youths' and Uoys' Urognnji,
Forsitle, at wholemlo or retail, for cmli
only, at five per cent, below New York
notion anoo rjioro,
Klllot ii Hnythorn.
"Wei.1. re!ulatod fuuiilics use Oillct's.
ag 4 3 co wd rt w2 m
Notice. Deeming n knowk-dgo of
chemistry necessary to Hie student of nil
sciences und profufniuiis, ns wull us to tlio
mechanic, I propoiu lu open i class of
chemistry of forty lessons, commencing
on the first Monday in September next.
For particulars inquire nt my oflice, l t'2
Commercial uremic, Cairo.
Jttl A. "WADflYMAK.
Ahk your grocer for (Jillnt's snow uhite
At Michhotl' Bros.,' Factory.
Sell Furnituro for Cusli ;
Twenty per cent,
thuti ny other Dealer in Cairo.
Made out of Hoasonnd Lumber,
nnd will bu
Insured for Six .Months.
A Haro Cluttico
Heliaiii.k and Sakk. Dr. Henry
Hoot und l'lant Fills uro mild und jileuso
ant in their operution, yet thorough, pro.
dueing no nnusen or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, they cun bu taken with
out rcuaru to diet or tiusiness. 'they
arouse the liver nnd secrulivu orgunB Into
healthy action, throwing oil discuso with-
ml exhausting or debilitating ttiu system
Pry them and yuu will bu sutislled
1'rlce'Ji cents u box. Sold by druggists
und dealer, in medicine everywhere
Prepared by the (irafton Mcdiclno Co., St
Louie, M myUdm
(lo to Parker & Blake's, corner Coin
merciul uvenutMind 11th street, for Aurora
t t m a
o"i ice. Parker A: B aku have roinuvml
10 te. jrlck store, on Commercial uve-
nut., kionit ,loor Jrom U,., corner of lltli
vrci. 1 (.y mv 1.1...,,,. .1. 1..
. - m4;u y Hlfll lllll'UU'
will0 f ,h.""'. window ghul
all paper, h.mdcu. iIni. v,..tt.... .....
. u iiiuil lllll'Illl
..ndinvll,. the public guranv to call on
.11, 7 ,1Ufttl,it," 'n,(jy inukts
, ...j w. vwivurmou Aurora oil
In, Z nil es" m u' K !T "
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.In . Mtitli li-.sta rtit.t 11..... .11
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THE CAIRO DAILY
Paul (I. Schuh soils Ratltngcr's
nm!,ln 1s maklne some
lray for our draymen.
-Go to Pnrkjr & lllnkc's for window
glass, putty, etc. nuguim
Moro choice imported groceries just
received at Jorgcnsen's,
The city council mot and adjournod
last night, to mcot this p.m. ot 2 o'clock.
ShrWe'g celebrated U o'clock lunch
oyesters at Jorgcnsen t.
Hjn. H.E.Goodoll, of Sprlngfiold, was
In the city yesterday, the guest of Mr. A.
Friend Schuh has erected a hugo gol
den mortnr, to 01 ntmcnt, as a sign-post, his
handsomo new store.
Tho most torrlfic rain storm known
for years prevailed In Mississippi county,
Missouri, yesterday morning.
Jorgonsen has n great run for Capt.
"White's oriental pickles. If
A negro prisoner broko from tho Jll
Saturday ovening, and succeeded, nltor a
long and steady run across the commons,
in effecting his escape.
Judgo Allen rccor.tly spoko six hours
during a murder trial at Benton, whero he
now is. Ono of tho longest, if not tho
longest, speeches of his life.
During the municipal y?ar past fifty
four meetings were hold; during tbo.prcs
cnt municipal year, about half gone, forty-
five moctlngs havo been held.
Go to Jorgcnsen's for imported Dun-
dco orango marmalade, tho celooratcu
London crystal vinegar, In quarts, and
choico Genoeso figs.
Tho horso attached to Kajh,lor's wag-
. . ... I. .1 I - .. v.
on, etartcil irom mo vicinnyoi luusiaugu-tor-houses
on Sunday, and only halted
after tho wagon was smashed into smith
Mrs. "Wcllman went for tho locks of
hor amiablo husband yesterday, and main-
ained her hold on them for some timo.
Mr. "W. omorged from tho pulling a dis
figured and a disconsolate man.
Col. Taylor, yosterday, donated to tho
trustocs of tho South Star (is it?) Baptist
Church, of Cairo, six lots in block 88, on
"Walnut street, almost opposito tho slto of
tho proposed German Catholic Church.
There will bo n salo of houso-hold and
kitchen furnituro at tho rcildenco of.Mrs.
Stownrt on Sovonth street bctwoen Wal
nut street and Washington aTenuo, this
morning, commencing at nlno o'clock.
It takes thirty-two quart bottles of
Wicss Bcor to produco o son-
sensation similar to that felt Bfler drink
ing a glass of lemonade with a stick in It
So savs a lecal centleman, who has made
John Belli v. colored, fireman on the
tug Cache, in attempting to get on board
tho tug SaturJav nigut, wmio urunK:
missed his footlnc nnd Ml in tho river and
was drowned. His body was recovered
vesterdnv morninc. Mcllalo held tho in
The business of the New Delmonico,
has increased one hundred percent, under
the exclusive management of Mr. Winter.
If attention to busincss,knowledgo of the
wants of his uuests, und an energy that
never tires, will sccuro success, thcnJack
is on the high road to it.
Work will bo commenced on the Cairo
nnd St. Louis railroad, a'. Columbia, Mon
roe county, about fourteen miles this side
of St. Loui, this morning. A number of
Caroltes will bo present to throw up tho
first shovelsful of dirt, and to wish it suc
cess, In several ways.
All rivor men aro entitled to a full
swing ut our friend Hatnbleton, engineer
of thu Eckcrt. He soys the divers of the
boat went down nimty-tlx fett, just above
Grand Tower, and would have gone down
farther had not the ladtltr yicoi our" and
he never smiled.
If the lady who attributed Tennyson's
"Hido of tho Six Hundred" to Longfellow,
in the course of her lecture on Sunday
night, would dovoto moro of her timo to
current literature and less to public speak
ing, literature and lecturing, so far as she
is concerncd.would bo improved thereby.
Mr. John Boepple, No, 87 Commer
cial uvonue, will reopen his sausage fac
tory for tho fall and winter trado. He has
secured thu services of two competent
workmen from Cincinnati, unJ proposes
to supply thu Cairo market with the fresh
est, cheapest and best sausage offered it.
Mr. Fred Hose, having completed his
building, next door to the .hldorado saloon,
on Commercial avenue, Is now occupying
it with u full stock of goods in tho mor
chnnt.tailoring line. Mr. It. is an old resl-
dent of Cairo, u thorough ana accomplish
ed workman, nnd is entitled to u full shuro
of public confidonce und support.
Ono of tho officers of tho county In
which Bloomflold, Mo., is situated, wag in
tho city yostorday, for tho purposo of ascer
taining his chances for u portion of tho re
ward offored for tho arrest of Victor. A
diligent inquiry on his part rovoalod tho
fact that his chancos woro qullo as good
for a 11 whack " of tho roward as for Instant
deuth by a stroke of lightning oil a clear,
Tho picnic of tho pupils of the German
Lutheran school, held ut Flora Gardon yos
terday, wr largely attended and well en-.
joyed by all present, old and young. Tho
few showers winch lull uuring tno uay um
not dumped youthful ardor or diminish
tlm enjoyment of tho occasion in the least.
It was, also, wo havo bocn informed, pe
cuniary successful, which Is not tho least
pleasing feature of the aifnlr.
Mr. Burger, tho well-known dry
uiioils merchant, will start cast in a few
days to roplonUh his stock of goods, and
inaku preparations for l'10 fall "d winter
trnilu. Ho will bo ubsent about six weeks.
To iiiuko room for his now goods he offers
hU pivsunl stock ut prices that defy com
petition, and uskt thut thu ladies, before
hhIuk elsewhere, will oil and exumlne
both goods and prices.
Mr, .loo MeCormlck informs us Unit
Vt . largo
I purty cnloreil tho town and attacked
lu f,niy bioy. a ternbiu flsilt
I untied, which lMtea for muy half an hour.
Tho Stovonsons boat ono of tho attacking
party to doath with a rlub and drovo tho
others, cut nnd bruised, from tho town.
Tho namo of tho person killed wo did not
learn. An old foud is assigned as tho
causo of tho fight.
Mrs. Woodon attracted quite a largo au
dlenco on Sunday ovening, to listen to her
lecture on Ponce, dellvored In tho Presby
terian church. Llko all members of her sect
sho prays and prorchos for the Goldon Ago
that era of universal peaco,when war and
bloodshed shall bo unknown ; whon
all shall be brotherly love and kindness;
when human naturo a It la now constitut
ed shall csMse to bo, and whon everything
shall bo lovely and tho goose hangs high.
Our readers will not forget the festi
val to bo givon to-night, in Widows'
Block, on tho lovco, in aid of the indigent
of tho Perry House. A number cf our
benevolent ladies havo undertaken tho
management of. tho affair, and tho public
should soo to It that tholr efforts are
crowned with succsss. "Feed the hungry
and clotho the naked,'' is a duty as sadly
neglected as It It fully rccognired by all
Tho season of fevers and chills is at
hand, and wo ndviso overybody to use tho
eolcbrated "Homb, Bitters," tho greatest
known romcdy for tho prevention of
fever and ague, oh Ills and fovcr, Intermit
tent foven and all tho diseases incident to
this climate and leaion. It'll recommend--cd
by tho medical faculty every whero ; at
n mild, ploasani aqd invigorating tonic.
Stratton & Bird,, gonora) "agents, Cairo,
Illinois. . aug27tf.
Mr. T. LowlJ, with "his gingham um
brella and carpet-sack of legal lovo was in
tho city yesterday, lie it after his lato
associates of tho Illlneii Ailai with the
sharpast point of the law and it will not
bodeniod by those who have had the mis
fortune to engage in inch a tussle with
him, that the sharpest points of tho law
with him, means all law, good, bad and
indifferent written and unwritten with
which this litle planet of ouri ia at present
"A boy wat carried out by tho swift
current into tho river and lodged against
a tree, near the' bank ; no meant of rolief
were devised to save him, and he drowned.
Afterward, ono of those wbo witnessed his
death thought of a plan whereby he might
be tared." Because this man falloi to put
his plan into oxecution at tho proper mo
rnont, he it to be called up to the Last Bar
and answer the charco of murder. This
was the loglo, of ono of our lady lecturers
on Sunday night. How is it for a highly
elovating and hopeful specimen of tho doc
trine of salvation T
Wo respectfully suggest, as a friend
of the causo of temperanco reform, that
"if God intended a man to smoke,, he
would place a chimnoy behind tho back of
his neck," is a joko worn thread-bore, and
very silly. Fiat and unprofitable jokesi
and stale platitudes moko up the stock of
half tho temperanco lecturers in tho land.
It is no wonder that tho best among the
reformers havo given up tho movomcnt as
a bad job a flirt failure. Tbero aro in
tho organization tob'many dead weights;
too many who imaglno themselves orators,
who ate, really, bores, to speak
plainly. Common sense, and plain
honest talk and faets would do moro good
In an hour than tho senseless utterances of
an army of oratorical gabblers would do
ia a generation.
The following aro the arrivals at the
St. Charles during tho past forty-eight
Bobort Clark. Chicago ; John Hoes, St.
Louis, Goo. V. Ruthesford.Quincy ; Tbeo.
S. Darling, St. Louis ; G. M. Dugan, Boll
ver; A. II. Dowin, City; K. P. James,
Sbawncetown ; E. M. Dudloy, St. Louit ;
Jntnos Morris, Missourj; John Tray, Cob-
don ; O. L. Camron, Memphis; Felix.
Cross, Souix Co. ; Z. Bliss, Chicago ; J. U
Klrkham, Corbondale ; U. II. Fox. St,
Louis; J. F. French, Pino Bluff, Ark.;
W. II. G. French, snnio; John Crcighton,
Louisville, Ky.; J. W. Hatches, samo,;
L. Wulfstion, Cincinnati; J. M. Dvis,
St. Louis; Miss Minnie Hill, Joncsford;
A. Clutts, Dongoln.
-Tho pollco desire us to say that they
will relinquish all fees, if tho city council
will puv to each member of tho forco one
hundred dollars por month salury. They
uro also willing to cuaranteo a number of
arrests under the exclusively salary sys
tem equal to tho numbor mado under
tho system now in vogue. Those who
advocate the continuanco of tho feo sys
tem arguo that tho fees act as-an (ncontive
to tho oflicor in thu performance of his du-
tio; and It is to moot this objection tnat
tho polico offer te mako tho gnaranty
spoken of. Tho truth Is, the feo systora is
an intolerable nuisance. It is an incontivo
to guiu, to mako, to gobble, and only
slightly, if at all, to duty. A good offlcor
will do his duty without tho vision of foes
dancing constantly beforo his eyos; and
greed for gain, with which poor humanity
is afflicted, will mako officcHofUn, exceed
their duty make nrrosta' for trivial and
Ignorant violations of the ordlnaneot not
that tbo law may bo maintained to the
strictest letter, but that cost's big
costs follow in the wake of all
such arrtsts, Fine a man five
dollars in Cairo, and tho cotta amount to
six dollars and tome conte. For breaking
tho law tho Ono is five dollars; for bring
ing tho offendor to justice, tiz dollart and
some cents. No city on the continont will
show such a disproportion betwtenihe ftnV
and costs. Tno ponce lay taai unaer
the nrcsont cystom the salary b to
tally Insufficient for the support of them- j
B jives ana laroinca, nnu ina.1 10 tuppiy me
. . , ... . I.
deficiency, thoy must go for costs. The
salary, it is true, is too low, but that by no
means justlQos tbo acts wo complain
of. Lot tho council abolish
thu feu system, und thus strike at tho root
of tho complaints of the people against
thu pollco, and of tho complaints of tho
pollco against tho inadequacy of their sal
aries. J. J, Tiiomah has fitted up tho room
lulaly occupied by W. G. Worthlngtons
on Commercial avenue, whore ho is doing '
a good business. Go and seo him and
glvo him a trial. Ho it prepared to do all
kinds of work in tho photograph line, and
doos it well.
AUGUST 29, 1871.
AN ATROCIOUS MURDER.
A WHITE MAN BHOT AND FATALLY WOUND
ED ill A. NBORO AT MOUND CITT.
John W. Mullln, a white man, and Al
fred Williams, colorod, dwell In adjoin
ing lenoments In Mound City. For somo
timo past thoy have quarreled about the
watorln Mullln'sclstorn, Williams claim-
logon equal rlghtto It with Mullln. Finally
Mullln forbade him tho use of tho cistern
at all. On Saturday evening last both
reached their hornet under tho Influence of
liquor. Mullln in
II 18 DTINO SIOLARATION
states that he left bit home, and was
standing noar the door of the third house
In the tenement row.whsn Williams sol tod
his shot-gun and fired twloe-tho first charge
gracing hit breast and soaring away the
nipplo; the second ontorlng and passtng
through hit right lung. Williams assorts
that Mullln picktd up an axo and was ap
proaching him when to Drod. Mullln, in
hit declaration, denies -this, and says ho
picked up the axo afior ho had boon shot.
Tho wound was fatal, and although Mr.
Mullln was. allvo yesterday evening, it
wat known he could, not survive beyond
WILLIAMS IMMEDIATELY TLED,
pursuod by Deputy Sheriff llogan and
other 1. It was bolieycd. that ho started
for Cairo, and Mr. llogan, accordingly
.informed our officers of his belief.' A
careful watch was instituted by our offi
cers, but no traco of' him could bo found.
Yestorday a thorough search was
mado for him by tho officials of Pulaski
county and-Mound City. Ho heard their
threats whilo passing y tho spot whoro ho
was secrotod ; and at toon as a tafe oppor
tunity presented itself, left his hiding placo
and hastenod back to Mound City, where
ho delivered himself up, begging at the
same time to bo locked in and saved from
those who wero pursuing him.
TUB OBBATIBT BXCITIMjjHT
provalled in Mound City all day, and fears
wero entortained that the populace would
appeal to Jndgo Lynch, and dispose of him
and other negro murderers in the jail, in
the most summary manner.
Mullen wsj employed as a turner in
Kerr's factory; was married, and of about
middle age. Williams Is an idle fel
low, of bad repute, wbo prefers stealing to
working, andwholong since fell under tho
ban of the officers of the law.
Waxtid. A fv day boarders, young
men preferred. Apply at No. 80. corner
of Fifth street and Washington avonue.
Monbt refunded if Gillel's goods don't
Gillbt's washing crystal makes wash
ing easy, ag 13
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Hettinger's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure the chills.
Wanted At tho Dolmonico Hotel one
hundred wockly boafdors. Five meals
each day,. prico fO pcr wook.
oug20tf. Wm." Wixtib
Tbk hotels uso Gillel's extracts nnd
Mus. Wuitcomd'b Sybup ron Sootiiinq
Ciuldbsk. Many sleepless nights o
painful waUbings to tho anxious mother
might bo avoided by using this invaluable
Bead card describing Dr. Battingor!
Family Medicines oa 4lk pace. These
medicines are no patent or quack prepara
tions, but the remit of special study and
experience of a regular physician.
Notice. Messrs. Budor Bros- have re
moved their steek of jewelry, watches
etc., Into the adjoining room, whero they
will be found by their friends during tho
prcsont week, or until their corner store is
repaired. aug. 39-3t.
Notice to SittPPEiia. Until further
notice the transit steamer, Illinois, will ex
tend her trips to Hickman twice a wtok,
vir! Tuosday and Friday mornings, and
if the'amountof freight will justify hor in
so doing, she will make threo or four trips
per week. For- tho present, freight will
bo rocoived on the Transit Wharf Boat
only on Mondays and Thursdays.
jmeh Johnhon, Agent.
Cairo, III., Aug. 18, 1871. ' tllw
Phillip Bauoii is mastor of his trado,
and warrants nil of his work to bo of tho
rrry bett material and manufacture ; guar
antees 0 complete ill and entire satisfac
tion, is not confined to anylparticular stylo,
but makes evory variety of boots and shoes
from the heaviest cowbldo to the flnost
French calf and morocco. Ho also koops
a largo stock on hand, of Afs own manufac
lure. and. any ono dosir'ous of'purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his thop on Eighth it., south sido,
near cornor of Ohio lovoe, Cairo. dtf
Boabdixc houses uso Gillet's. agl3
Go to Porker St Blake's for lamp
lamp chfmneys, paint brushes, etc.
Everybody goos to'Jorgensen's family
gorcory for tho Halford Lelcbestershlre
Every dollar you pay a New-York
llfo insurance' company is permanently
withdrawn from circulation in this state.
The laws of New-York compel the coropa-
'171. .11 ll,l.r.imli Inaulsil wlitlln
DIM IU BJJ ll .MUM . . -
the limits of that stato, or within fifty
miles of New-York city. The Llfo Associa
tion invesU its money whero it is taken,
' Go to Parker & Blake's for wall pa:
per, window shades, etc. aug20dlra
Tho Chicago Beer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 28 and 38 Eighth
strict, is a fuvorlto placo of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Boor, Liquors of every
description, and aU kinds of forolgn and
homo Wines. No ordinary liquors are
dlsponsod at tho bar of tho saloon only
tho vory b,li und guosts find In attend
ance pollto and accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread every day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual7tf.
Those French Cherries, in syrup, so
popular with connoiseur are sold by Jot
SATURDAY NIOUT SPRUES AND BCNDAT
DRUNKB TR09TITUTI0X AND SWIN
DLING A LIVELY DAT IIBrOKE JUDOE
" Bluo Monilnv " linil a (ln rMirf Rnlft.
Hon at Bross' court yesterday. Bummers
and bailers, prostitutes, lock-gamesters,
and midnight brawlers, mado up a modloy,
curious to look at and sorrowful to think of.
umcers Huinner and niiiu.i. n.,i
the morning's entertainment by presenting
to his honor Barney Crlbbs, who had
been tho day before flehtlDsr drunV
correspondingly disorderly. Liquor, ho
said, flow to his heels and his head simul
taneously, and whenovor it did that ho in
variably got on his muscle. Ho was sorry
for It; so was the Judge; so wero tho of
ficers and spectators, and it did not as
susgo ills sorrow in the least whon eleven
dollars and forty cents fine and costs were
assessed against htm. No monoy and tho
John Simons is a white man, halllne
from Memphis. On bis way from the lat
ter placo to this city ho inveigled a couple
of rural "gawks " Into tho puzzling charms
of tbo lock gatno, with tho samo old,, old
result. Upon tho arrival of the packet
here; Officors Sboehan and Holmes were In
formed of tho ruattor, and arrested Mr.
Simons. Upon bis person woro found two
miniaturo locks his only stock in trade.
Judgo Bross listened to the erldcnco and
fined Mr. Simons sevenlj-flvi 'dollars arid
costs. Ho now pines ovor the uncertainty
of thinics in this life in a small cell In Mc.
Halo 's mansion.
Thos. Novlott. by Myers, a plain, unor-
namentod drunk. 93 and costs. No
Ju. ltued, by Mcohncr and RoborUoti
plainest drunk of tho day; $3 and costs.
Wm. Barton, a negro, who has been
picking up looso articles of trifling value
for a week past, was taken in by Arnold,
on a charge of vagrancy. It was an ag
gravated case. The negro, young, healthy,
able-bodied, idle, vicious, practising all the
tricks of sneak-thieving, with an unholy
horror of labor in any shape. The judge
dealt with him gently, and assessed against
him a fine ot fifty dollars and costs
Turned over to Mcllalo.
Wm. Baker for assaulting Alexander
Boot and Boot for using offensive language
toward Baker were gobbled by Cain, and
fined each ton dollars and costs. Absence
of funds whorewlth to liquldato, and like
their colorod brother, Barton, wero turned
ovor to McHale.
Miss Helens Butts, who needs religion
more, gets it oftener, and manages to bold
to It Icssftlme, than any female of hor age
in America, was, with Miss Eliza Jones
and Miss Lizzio Miller takon before Bross
yesterday ovoning, by Cain, charged with
fighting and disorderly conduct generally,
Tbo charge was sustained, and fi and cost
aisossod against each. Not paid.
Tho most popular shoo shop in town
is oo 30th street opposito tho court houso
hotel, whero Wm. Ehlcrs manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of the best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guanratecs to givo
entire satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it Is yourself. jy2Gtf
Mr. Hoscnwator, of tho well-known
dry goods house of Goldstein Sc Rosenwa
ter, is now in New-York purchasing a full
stock for the fall trade. With tbem the
campaign has already opened, and' in
voices ef new fall goods of ovory descrip
tion aro being received dally. The firm Is
widc-awakoand deserving of succoss, and
aro now, wo are glad to say, doing an im
mtnso business in their line. aug21-Ct
At tho Hotel Garni,
at 10 o'clock.
Chas. II. Evans, Washington-avenue,
between Eighth aad Ninth streets, has on
hand a splendid stock of family groceries
of all kinds, which bo ' is selling at tho
lowest priros. He is determined not to bo
undorsold, and challenges comparison of.
tho quality of his goods with any houso in
the city. His shelf goods are of ovcry va
ricty, frosh and seasonable, and anything
and everything the market affords can be
purchased at his storo at tho lowest rate
Give him a call. tf
At Jorgcnsen's may bo found tho pop
ular French assorted picklou. tf
William Alba's barber si op is grow
ing In public favor ovcry day. It is neat
ly fitted up, and cun boast of tho moat
skillful workmen in tho city. Tho pro
prlctor has had many yenrs' oxporienco in
his business and is 'rocognizod as ono of tho
most expert shavers in Southorn Illinois,
whllo young Alba Is a mastor in his pro
fession. Cititens and strangers wbo wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or thoir hair cut Jn tho latest itylo should
patroniso Alba. His shop is on Commer
cial avonuo next door to Hannon 1 nowt-
Smith A Brinkmoyer, at tbo corner or
Cemmeroial arenuo and Eighth street, aro
agents for the sale of tho new Wilson Sow
ing Machines, to whieh thoy wish to call
the especial attention of the public. It is
the cheapest machine in tbo market, sell
ing 30 cheaper than any of Its rivals
and is, in overy respect, equal to the best
All kinds of sewing heavy and light
can bo dono on it In tho vory best stylo,
and it is not liablo to got out of order. It
is emphatically the poor man's machine
being within tho reseh of tho purest fami
ly in tho country. Messrs. S. & B. invito
tho public to call and oxamlno it.
Jubt Received A largo lot of saddles
bridles, harness and collars, and for salo
low lo tho trado.
aug2Ctr btbatton & Bird.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
liuteiier and Denier la nil Kind Freeh
Cosaaa NiNmtnnt ad IVHas ffrsiir.
UYU and slaughters only the very best cattle,
ki anil aheen. and la prepared to fill any
and for freali mean from one pound to ten
Steamor City of Vicksbtirg, VIcksburgfl
jJicit Johnson, iivansvtno.
Molllo Moore, St. Louis.
A. Baker, Capo Girardeau.
Glcncoc, St, Louis.
Argonaut, Tennossoo rlvsr.
St. Joiopli, St. Louis.
Lady Leo, St. Louis. fl
Minnie, 01. aajuis.
Emille LaBarge, New Orleans
City of Vieksburg, Ht. Louis.
Dick Johnson, Kvansville.
Molllo Moore, New Orleana.
Argonaut, St. Louis.
St. Josiph, Memphis.
Lady Lee, Ked Rivir.
Minnie, Arkansas river.
Emllie LaBarge, St. Louis.
11, S. Turner, New Orleans.
Bee and Barges, New Orleans.
Grand Towor, Memphis.
Rubicon, Ht. Louis.
Jas. FJsk, Jf., Paducab.
Ju Howardf'Nw Orleans.
Malllo Rsgan, Bvansvillo.
uranu lower, mi. a.ouis.
Rubicon, New Orleans.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducab.
Gloncoo, Now Orleans.
Jas. Howard, St. Louis,
DOATH TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Andy Johnson, New Orleans.
City of Chester, Memphis.
Bello Memphis, St. Louis.
John Lumsdsn. Evansvillo.
Jas. Fisk-, Jr., Paducab,
A. Baker, Cape Girardeau.
Tho rlverfct.this point Is on a stand, arJ
probably by next report will borlslng
though not much of a rise is looked f
The Mississippi is again falling at
Louis, but a riso is expoctod in that street
The uppor Mississippi Is rimag at,. Xeoku
Quincy and below. Reports state the 01
falling at Cincinnati.
Business on the landing pressjqtad
active appearance. The weather yest
day was cool with several ibowera fltuii
tho day. ,
The City of Vieksburg had a lif M rt
The Dick Johnson had about BO
fmlpht far tha anutb. Hh arrived
hours behind time, eau 1 by the burstli
of a supply pipe. ,
Tho U. 3. Turner departed for Ne
Orleans with all she wanted. She was
long timo loading having commenced '
load at Louisville on the 1st Inst. Most
the timo was lost by grounding on Freni
The Mollie Moore was aground sot art
hours at Groenlearf . She filled out her
and left with a good freight trip. -
The A. Baker, from Cape Girardea)
had 1,300 sacks corn and 3i Ills, flour f
Now Orleans, and o lot of rags for town.
Tho Glcncoc lost sometime by groundic,
at Goose Island. Sho added a full tri
The Argonaut was aground a couple
days on Grand Chain. Sho had a barg
in low ana naa a utririp ior at, Atouts.
Tho St. Joseph arrived with amodorat,
trip, and filled out hero with all sho coul
store and left drawing four feet largo.
The Lady Leo, for Red river, had a goo
trip, and received a few tons bore.
Tho Minnie, for Arkansas river, w
well laden. '
TheEmilte LaBarge, from NowOrteani
had but little freight. 7
The Mallie Ragon had a fair trip of sf
The Grand Tower had but little tielk."
for St. Louis.
Tbo Rubicon came out drawing 6 fsetf
and reported that as being all the, waUii
between bore and St. Louis. She receives
enough hero to fill her out with a goc
trip- ' ,
The P, W. Strader has been attached br
the United States marshal at. New All
bany, for damages claimed for stock skip!
lo.l .Inl., '
Tho Daily Kentueklan geU of the fol-f
."That 'ar Umolre. with Benlenli,
- W-- I 1; i
ine Egan in the offico, was at Henderson)
Friday evening, on her way to Loulsvillll
She bad an. excellent trip, consisting of li.
bu. broom straw, I jug mackerel, 3 gunnjj
bags of butter-milk, 10 hhd. toothpicks, 4
champion base ball belts and 17 sacks, or;
molassos. Ben. was in eeUcles so hap-i
py, inucoa, taai no ineu 10 uurrow a vienui
shirt from us which, of cot-rse, we didn't!
The wrocking boat, Samson, is ongagedu
in the bend raising a barge of coal, belong-;
ing to tho Cairo city coal company, wkkb.
was sunk by a hard wind some tine slnoi.
The little steamer Rhode, which lutl
been running between Helena and Marl-
and, is roported sunk la the St. Vraaaia
river, a few miles abovo the mouth.
1 BY TELEGRAPH, -
Kiver.lalicn 10 inenos since oaturuay.
Four foot ono inch Is channels weather
cloudy; tbermometcr, 81.
LeuisviLLK. August 38. The river. Is
stationary wltii 13 inches over tho schuto,
6 feet on Portland bar, i feet from grassy
flats and 30 Inehes on shortest bars between,
Louisvlllo and Evansvllle. Weather
cloudy and pleasant. Business more
brisk. Arrived Ada Hielman, Cairo.
DepartedAda Hielman and Umpire,
Calrot P. W. Strader, 8. Loufc. Tho
Strader was attached at Now Albany yes
torday, but gavo bond and left this morn
ing. The Nick Longworth Is U-dey for
UNatloHU JtaBUkBallsUj-ir. '
Hneclal atlontlon raid to orders ftonvboat
night and day.
The undersigned, proprietors of tho Diiiraad
Wssrlv UvuiTiN. hare Juat rosled an assort
ment 01 the latest styles of Job Wlnllwr typag,
and havo now oneof Ihemoatcorapleto lobotnces
In the South and West. They Salter themsahM
that they poiiesa facilities . for turning ont
promptly, in tho. best etyleof th Art. all work
entrust- to them, frsra the imall.st -eard or
label to the mammoth postor, aud at prioes
which leave with our business men no good ex-