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TITE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1871.
Slolfti, en the nllit of Salunlv . '"'i
t.m the .indortlerj.J. n DARK,
adoul 10 handi hiirh. rur)jar-M. ''"ft
I. .m.M i.ii. ,ir tklnnf.f "if on? ml right
Cairo. tfcp. "
SCHOOL TL'AOJIEKS WAIVTJ.D.
Tfrnr r tiro Taanelea InlLtrorpt eW'
! for Hi' colored derailment of the Cairo piil
li tfhooll wnicn ine uirrewrm wiillion.i m.,.
outilriir. Arrlicanlt fan undergo "lamination
immiillf. and It accepted, can mler upon a
rt),h.r o. - rM..,,
Or M T). Ilimtt, Fm' noard of Director.
itr'tldst rl" copr-l
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY" CON
VK.VTI0N. A em-enlIon of th De tnoaatic party It lit rcbj
ctllf J to meat at tto court-home id Cito, on
TtiMJtjthe lih dj t f fcr.tratr, l71,atone
o'clock, pm.. tot the furpoj of (electing del.
gate to the Democratic Stale Contention to bo
hell in SfrlnjrfitM on the 4th of October,
Ifll, for BOntlnatins candidate, for Count)
Tru-arcr t the coming Norember election, anj
the tran'Mtion of aueh other boilntrs m mtj
to deemed noceisarjr by tal'i conTenllon when
Tor the appointment of delegate to said coun
ty contention, the Democrats In the r-eYeral pr
.n"t In Alexander county me hereby noticed
and rtqneiUid to hold jirr-clnct rnoclingj tit
their retpectlte j.laces of holding election on
Saturday In Kth tlnj .of September, HT1, at i
o'clock, p.m. The numr.fr of delegate! to which
each precinct it entitled belnfl at follow, ill!
IUtlewood .... 2 Clear Crfek I
The be .2 f-aaia Fiw..
ITmty .4 (Joo-e Island I
1 tog Tooth t ."Sorli Cairo 12
Sniiih Cairo -13
Kjr order of '
DEM. CO. CEX. COM.
NOTICE TO C0NT11ACT0KS.
Pealed propofl will be received at the office
oi ina liit ..ompiroiicr unui u in, on rri'
dir. the ttti da? of He.itctnl.cr. lCil. for furni'h
ins, from time to tlmu, a- the proper oflioert of
ine city may oruer, aucn oan lumber ai me cuy
of Cairo may require for l.ulldlnj; or ra;alrin
tnle.walk- m ill January I, l$7i, one hundred
thousand feet, moroor lean, taM I'lmher to I
found while ask, clear of rap, (the who) log to
I worked nti'for Ilia city) and of Ihe follnmny
dimension tlic Inj piDf to b C,T12, 14 or llteei
lone, lo 8 inches wide, and 1 lnehex thita ; tie
einniiei a to I. 3x6 incher. 1J or 18 feet long, and
t- 414 lachti ; the lumbar to I delivered in
any part of the city of Cairo, designated by the
Htreat Committee, from time to time, at the tame
It ordered from tho mill,' freight prepaid. The
roniractoror coniraciora to five good and aura.
ciant ecurity for the filthlul perfonrlanee of
'Ihe city rerve the right to rtjeci any and all
bid. , K. A. Iliaturr,
Moit Surcmrul, Pojiulnr nnd Perfect
01 the period ar our will kmwn
1: itharuuf ll, .iin.,..l eon.truotion, and o
a miMi;ed tlibt woiKCJOtte tnem iohb
At no article in the homehoid hai nerealer ir
fliic nre iupwiavUnf 1U Ith, coir,r.,rt and haii
l '""' f me lamily. circle thm the cooVinc
j ntt-t IU IU1 IU IHV
You . an rely on S' tliop Ihe moit ucceaaful. pop
u n"he' UC0lF Hove ever made.
i" out lleeMsU., Chiekeo, Jlam, Chops. p'.j.
ior .Manufacturing Company,
CUaaJtltN. Main-Ni.Ht. I.ouit, Mo,
AM' AM. rovi-; J):ai,K1.
C Y. JIExVDERSON, Agent,
MOL'Nii CT1T AnICAIU
. i j
THE STEAM TUG; CACHE
' VH. WlLUAM II. SANi.tJ.SKT'.
j.EAVK .Mil. City,
1 "Til IHItf.
'At 8J0 A.M.
At 11. IM A.M.
At 2.30 p.m.
At C.30 v.M.
W ll.L LAND,
. WHEN HAILKI),
HAWE'fc LASDINO, KV.
AND NAVY YAliU.
on'i vrtiUKit .. ... '""iiy,
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iiriTt'ii vi'i-i. . . "' 1 - . '
) i buK A,l0" Will tUinp'. f Vil-V'i 'u,,
Tho TnH,fr.. Vaunt ,atelM)
(UAOIIINIRY Y0R OEXwui. I'UItl-05E,
'uiitour.,1u u, ' ":' "Ctolicr lllh, 1S71.
1 1" 'nll!u , ""'', "ch. Htu.
iLu "'ic"l0.n " or "iV'1"'peiinlnitli)n
Sir."' r "fa;
I THE BULLlOT
ulilHliril pscr.v tnorniMfci
iVJIoo LuslncM not very brisk yoHer
'm tlio river ever lioforo lower than It
Tho finuchi proposo 'to piirehnso
new imall engine.
a lino of atcamora frotn 0lro to New
Ofloni It talkeJ about.
The resurrection or tba cbnmLer of uom
nierco hm been tuggcited.
Tho clitorn proposition nmoling with
great favor in every part of tho city.
Etquirc Shannesy Is slowly recovering
but is not yet alio to trantuct business,
The Houghs have resolved to petition
tho council for Cvo hundred feet of now
hose ' 1
The difficulty with Judgo llross during
hii recent visit to bt. Louis was tight
Thocouncil Is dobatigho proposition to
not allow the cars of tho Illinois Central
railroad tb stand on the track on the Ohio
Vincent is laying n now sidewalk In
front of his buildlnc on Ohio Lovce. Tho
city furnishedjtho timber nnd'lio.ii laying it
The democrat, as will be toon by the
call cliewhoro published, purposo to nomi
nate a candidato for county treasurer on
tho 19th Inst., tho day aftor tho radical
Judge Daker released from custody, on
halcas corpus, John Simmons, who was
arreted ns a vagrant fow day 8 ago find
fined ?"6 and costs. Tho vagranco ordi
ntneo of tho city amounts to nothing. It
won't hold water.
J no. Kigsby declares that ho was not
fined for assaulting and striking a woman,
but for fussing with mVru Ho belioros
with tho. play writer, that the man who
would lay his hnnd on a woman, save
In tho way of kindness is trorio than a
villian and it would be vain flattery to
call liim n coward. I
2'tKso.VAL. Judgo Allen is at horn
Judges McCrito and Marchildon are in
tho city attending county court.
m. li. Gilbert. Esq- is suminerlzing
in tin; northern port of tho State.
Mr. James Morris, of Ulllu, is in tho
Titi: I'.oi-ous. Tho stated monthly
meeting of this' company was held last
The Puoms. The Arabs cleared 2M)
over nnd above all expenses of their lato
grand ball. A very handsome profit this.
The School. All tho schools of the
city opencii yesterday, for tho fall term,
wiin juii nitt'iiUanco.
UKJtMA.v J Al'i.'li. A Ccrmun nannr It
. .. i : ' -
io po.esinMisneu m Cairo In a short time.
Whether It Shall ho i.lEiml .Inllr nr a.n.L-U.
hits nit yet been determined.
li:i:iir.HT Ovstehx. Louis Hcrbort is
in constant receiptor fresh oysters, which
wo know, having eaten theroof, aro tho
most lootlisomo In tho market.
rc" Tkea-i-iiei:. Wm. Martin, Wm.
Morrif, M. 1J. llarrel, Al. Kusanki, John
Itobintoii, Tom. Wilson, nnd others, havo
been named in connection with tho demo-
erntfe fcandidncv for
Ai qiliEXT. While Mr. and Mrs Il.1V.
Munn. were ridinc in their curris on
.Saturday, tho hor.o ran uwar and threw
them both violently to tho ground. Luck
ily thoy ucaped without sorUus injury.
Fou DfLUTii Mr. Kd. Halliduv mir.
chntedjn hut full of accident insurance
policies, utid loft for Huluth vesterdav.
If prncticnblo, ho will bring Dulutli back
to Cairt' with blm whon lio roiurns.
t i .
Hk-0'ENEU. Jamiii Kvrinitnn lin rn.
opened hit meat market on Commercial
nvcnuii Hour t'wcnly.a'ilhth, stroot. noxt
uoor lit turroll'H grocery store. All flrst-
closs iitL-uts, und us cheap us tho cheapct.
Civo him n cull.
TiiEjcdiiNCi'r.. The board of nldb'nncn'
mot last night and transacted tho usual
routiiio'of business, ufter which tbccounpil
;wns 'o(iv!!yii In reguliir olnn nnd read
batch) of tedious in tli0 revised onll.
Kon Tiiikty Dayh.-A cr-tlcmari of
tho city has proposed to bet $25 that tbo
tmall efcgino Of tho illber'niaus can throw
yutor farther jn u triul contest than any
ithuriliall enginq jn tho city. Tho bet
holds good for thirty dayi, from tho 1st
Ahswkk. Wodosiro to oik.tho Sun if
I It undonses tho action of tho council in ap
pointing colored men as laborers' on tho
sldowttlks. Come, now, neighbor, bo
bravo, und toll us what you thnk of this
now dujiiirturo movoiiiont. Aro vou dumb
or timid?,.',. -
tho County Court'forallowanco the small-
v.. unWinuni iiai ovor uororo presented
jr "iiy WI collector oi Alexander county
or rmuvnls, Insolvencies and errors, all
loiu, it amount to only about ?600. 'You'
too tho secret U, Sheriff Irvln knows hii
. f ovai HI u Ull
rt UtA4 f t i "
' ' "t 1 HC CUV Tl.ttltS-a aa r .-.
"h klltJU Ul LIJIJ Illlinil tilnr.ll.,.. .
a. ft i " vhhB. jester
uy iiltcrnoon no nuorum .r,M i... i.
i "..iiwi. in i it ,.1 wrnni, l.,.lt
. ""'" UU UU
v,i. . o' Mn aurvanu
vui iirt .i,r....i . .... i
I r V", 'fco of churyo -Wil ri nut
-.u-y uod v,t u,o. , ".:, ,
"'" In onit out' 77 . . U0
vnnts who tun. 'uor Vuouc ser-
HiiiN-u -iiiKxr Hack -iC T .
man ' Where does ho v, . U
reforoncu to the man who pkUl) ,,mv,0
ing Olor?, Howloy's , JcllTJS.
erasers, ordinance scrap books nc
mo cuy (jiork'r office. Uentlainea ub.,v"
usplclonl uro suspected. The clerk r.
turl',?'10 n'lhti lf lbe ProPrty l re-
, "Y'iueeiions vmu to askcu.
Wholesale VMcts.-'Vown, down,
bich prices I" This is the motto of Klllott
& Haythorn, Iho popular boot nnd shoe
dealers. They hnvo, nccorumgiy inuu.v
down tholr prices again, nnd nro now soli-
Inc coods nt wholcsalo prices nt retail.
Cull on them ami examine iiieir goous nnu
Savings jsakk diukctoks. At n
mooting of tho stockholders of tho Enter
priso Savings Bank of this city, held yes
terday, all tho old board woro ro-clccted, ns
follows: Messrs. P. V. Uarclay, F. M,
.Stockflcth, It. A. Cunninghnm, Charles
Oaligher, Taul G. Scbuh, W. P. Ilalliday
and J. M. Phillips. The directors will
meet to-day nt 10 o'clock, a.m., for tho
election of ofllccri.
A Sittiso Paiitv. Tho oleto colored
pooplo of tho city indulged in it silting
party at Lonerg'an's hall last night.1 There'
was no dancing no music. Tho young
ladies and gentlemen played gnmc, in
which kissing was tho principle ingredient.
A win to radical, who is socking the num.
(nation for county treasurer, was present,
and participated-In tho Rms kissing
Just rccolvod by Nationnl nnd
Lino from Now York and Boston :
CO bbls. A Sugar,
25 " KxlrnC,
J5 " B,
100 sacks Primo nnd Choico Bed Coffee,
9.1 ntlfl .Tava lA.V ftnA
Olpkcs. now maekarol.
Also largo iof of .ides, shoulders Ink
hams of very superior quality of which
wo offer nt low figures to tho trade.
eop5-2t STKATTON & BIBD.
Cistek.n s. Tho fircraon pf tho city havo
determined lo iiold n firemen s mass meet-
ng in tho hall of tho Bough and Beady
ro company, on next Jiondav night, to
takdlnto consideration tho succcstlon to
construct a system of cistorns on Com
mercial nnd-'W-Bilifngloh"' Ivcnucs. 'ftnd mu1 bo satisfied with tho privilogo of vot
ask the cc-oporation of tho council in tho in&'fot tu0 whlto, republicans and must
raatior. Tho nrosidonts of th ihron mm. not nsplro to office. "When wo consider
pantos McIIalo, Eschbacb and Bccrwort
have beon appointod a committeo to call
and. make arrangements for tbe'moieHrig.'
pESBTitiivKs. Fourgcntlemon from
Jackson county arrived in tho citv voater.
day In search of their stolon horses nnd
lh fl.UHA. T - L , . ......
tun tuioira, rfcu jvoniur, aiso a victim i naoi oi oooaicnco into irecuom. i no po
of tljo ravages of tho midnight dealers in j litlcal whip of Master Munn or Ovorsccr
uurip-nciu, is aiugeniiy, sooKing ( alter nis
bay pare and fcffers a reward of fifty' dol-
Urs Tor her return to him or the rascal
whotolo her. A rope and a littlo of the
Juslico of Judgo Lynch would not bo out
pace if tho thieves should bo caught.
Injured. On Saturday night last, Dep
uty Sheriff Morea Was attacked by th'reo
men and received very serious injuries,
Ho mot his assailants on tho sidewalk on
Poplar street, above the custom house, and
bocamo Involved in an altercation with
themj and finally came to blows. Ho was
Knoenca irom tho sidewalk and beaten sc-
verely. Ho remembers -vory littlo about
uio uimcuuy ana cannot Identify tho men
who ottacked him. They are. howavcr. .
known to Shorifl Irvln nnd Chief M verf.
who have investigated tho aflair nnd ob
tained all tho facts. On Sunday tho wild-
est rumors' wero ofloat, and, for a time, it
was boliovoa that Morse had been killed
and his body disposed of: but tho belief
proved to bo groundless.
Dead in the Calaboose. Morris Ollf-
ford, un employe of tho lninnlA.- Central
railroad, camo to the city on .Saturday last
andjgot pn a glorious sprco. He dissi
pated inll day and all nlghtr and on Sun
day until about tho middle of tbo after
noon, -whon ho laid down ontho sidewalk
in thoisun. Ho was discovered by Chief
Mycru, who loaded him ,ofi a "dray and
took him to tho calnbooso whero ho win
locked up. About half-pafit 7 o'clock, n
prisoner whe was in, tho cell with him
.ivbuvu mat nu . u uyiug uuu caucu .juuer
McIIalo who immediately opened the cell1
door nhd carried tho unfortunate man out
Into tho yard nnd sent for the doctor. Hut
tho troublo wns usoloss. Ho died In 7
mlnutis aftor Mcllnlo'was clMic"d; I'cj.
terduy ho was tnkon to Villa Itidgo and
IIotkl Allltl VALH. At tho fit. Chrlc.
on Sunday and Monduv: Miss K.illln
Snield4 Caleshurg, Ills.; MIsh Klir.a
iihieldi 'Ud.'V;.s: SfonrrfsCfilcago- J.'
UWsteiyjr., do; J,. ii.. Ilnrd, St-.I'Ollis;,
Mfss M. F. Luco, ItoCk'laodi Mo.iXrs Lc
high nnd family, Mo.; I). W. U. Gates,
FttduciJi, Ky.; Miss Maggio Dailcy, GraoiJ
Lnko, Ark.j Ferry O.Grilliri, Kansas City,
J. 1. Norton, fctr Antelope j L.Wt l'lor
on, Cltlcaco: J. A. Uoddurd. Cincinnati
O.j J. Lincoln, Now Orl6ans;vA."Wllllam'.
son and family, Duvall'sIJlulfArk.; Duko
Hi Cartor. Mound Citv. Ills.! Ihnt lln.
gun, do W. J. Chaso, Momphis; A. Ilium,
Ccntraliu, I1U. ; -M, F. .Skiunor, Chicago,;
L. Goddall, '.loncaboro, Ills.; A. Lehigh,
Mo.j D. H. Halo, I'.o.u Clair, Ills.; D. H.
Ward, Now Orloans; J.M.Tillotson, l'hil
adolphia; It. V. Ollyor.St. Louis G. W
Kalme, do.; Thos. "Williamson, Mattoon,
Ills.; II. K. , ltussoll, Florida; J. H. Hap
gooa,Now York; II. J5. KlmbalVdo Syl
voster Cole.do G..W. Drown and family,
Chicago- K. W.MIallldayj'Columbui; Ky,-
FRiEpu xxv Uih F.nkuies: On Sun
day.last a very remarkable sceno.was -witnessed
by trie ungodly at the .Christian
church. Tho excluded fnombrs ,of the.
cuurcn, tioiorminmg w no; im ezciuaod-by
tho i rouwllled Mr, Friend lrom the con-"
solutions of the, sacrament, gathered, to
gether, and, providing themselves- with
winu and broad, tho sacred symbols, en
torcd the church and took thoir scuts nulet
pn: one -aide of -the edifice, while Mr,
Friend and his faithful ll adhorenfs, ,1,00k
their soaU on tho other slilo. At tho
proper time Mr. Frierid proceeded fo pray,
and then administered the tacramont to.
his adherents,' lifter which thoy left the
church In a body. Sir. Hay and his littlo
fiock then partook of tho wlno and broad
thoy had brought to tbo church, nnd sllout-
ly withdrew. Could any thine bo moro
appropriate than, thlstuclt agreement Df
thu warring followers or tbo Trjuco pf J
I'ottco to disagree 7 Does It not prove tliaVf
Mii uay and Ffiend aro fitted for thu In
elfablo (jloilci of th kingdom tQ corao!
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
MONDAY, fjEPTRMnrit 4 I'lKST PAY.
Court met nt 0 o'clock, n.tn.
Present Hon. F. Jlro. ttidso: ,Ime
K. McCrlto nnd Sovcro Mnrchildon. nsso
dates; j ncou u. Lynch, clerk; nnd Alex
ander li, Irvln, ahorlfr.
Tho following nnmcd porsons woro nl
lowed tho sums sot opposllo tholr rospec
tivo names, nnd otolcrs ordered to bo drawn
on general fund of tho county nccordlngly
Isaac Waldor, for clothing for
paUporS...l....li SIR 30
S. .Marclilluon, for money pnid
out for transportation of pau
pers 11 CO
C.A. Marchlldon, for colli ns for
paupers, etc 23 00
Honry C. Uarkhiiuson, for thrco
niontut' services as county pny-
sicinn 72 CO
William Smiloy, for maintaining
paupers nl Poor lurm tor iiirco
months 2ta 10
AVIllinm Mcllale, J. P., for hold
inc Inoucst and buryinc body... 1" "5
Illinois Stato Hospital for In-
anno, for clothing for inmates
from th s coat'ty 18 34
It. H. Oimninghnm, foV goods for
paupers 11 u
Kei'Uiimcan Uanpipatk roii Co'cnty.
TllKASUItEIt. ;XKT Jt'STICK TIE I)0NK
I Tiiouan tub IIkavens Fall. AVo have
observed wllh pain tho manifest deter
mination of tho small cllquo of white rad
ical'? of Cairo ,to deny lo tho colored men
f AJoxondor -county an equal , pnrticipa
tion in tho affairs of tho ropublican party.
Thdy nro a Cldso corporation, known ns
tho Cairo rogoncy, nt tho head of which
stands Hon. V. "Washington Munn nnd
Hon. D. ThomasjclTcrson Llnegnr. who
manipulato' all tho political machinery of
ho concern nnd rulo with absoluto sway.
Into this small and eelcct clique thoy admit
no colored republican; it having been de
termined bv them that the colored man
tho fact that there aro in Cairo over 400
negro voters this arrangement begins to
savor of insoloncc, and It is an astonishing
fact, that tho negroes patiently submit to
tho outrago. If thev had any spirit they
would not do so: but thev woro tnui'ht to
oboy in slavery' and- havo brought tho
11 1,. . .. . . l r...
J.inegar creates in mem ns mucn tear as
tho whip of tho old-timo master or over-
"yo havo for a long time observed this
fact, and havo suffered It to go by unro-
bukod in tho hope that tho Sun, which
professes to bo tho peculiar organ of tho
colored man his friend in need would
tnko up tho gauntlet in his behalf and ro-
buko tho regency; but tho knowlcdgo hav
lg come to us lately that the. Sun isowned
hy the regency is, in fact, its mouth piece
wo havo concluded to coll tho attention
of the colored man to this outrage, nnd
nsk them to, "Awakol nriic! or bo for-
over yoted 1"
1V know that whni wn liavn l.nrr. writ.
m i..i.,.t.,it..,ii...,.... i..,i
'vvi4vwuvuWa v J tut, ibnWUkJi Uttt iw
ask them to point to tho politcal favor a
black man has received nt their hands.
They cannot do so.
Hut if they will protest their love of
Surnbo, let them show their faith by their
works, and they hnvo now a splendid op
portunity to do so. On tho 18th inst. o
mass meeting of republicans will bo held
to nominiito a candidate for treasurer of
this county. There is not a whlto republi
can in the county fit for the position who
will ncccpt tho nomination not one, wbilo
thcro nro several colored men who can dis
count any of tho white radical leaders in
ability. Messrs. llird, Oladncy, .Shores
and .Scott, nro tbo peers of tho membors of
tho "White ltudicnl ltegency. llird has
moro ucmirod learning than either Munn
or Llnegar, and us much certainly m l'o
po; Indeed, ho 1ms no occasion oven to
hido his light under n bukhel when Davis,
who U' in fact tho most intellectual mem
ber of tho clique, is put Into contrast
with him. Glndney is n
I very ublo man considering his opportuni
tics, and is proforablo to llird becauso ho
is moro open, not givon to tricks, nnd did
not scK Canada to escapo tho duty of
fighting for his country. .Scott is sharp,
nnd can compnro records for honesty with
any of his wliito brethren, white Shorts
hitrhoro nutuinl ubieties than any of tho
WWIW or "' 0ll"-'r colored man In tho
cjty- r1 ,l0 1111,1 even Lincgnr's oppor
tuniiioH ho would havo been u Webster In
oloijuonco und u Htimbolt in learning. Now,
if t'lio "White ltudicnl ltegoiioy nro inclinod
to dt,tho black man Juslico let them norn-
inatoono of thesu men forcounty treasurer.
uiraus hotter lilted, is is true, for congress;
Shores probably is loo much devoted to tho
euro of souls to ongago In politics, nnd
Scott could not likelv stinru timi, fi-m,.
his whisky shop mid sporting house, but
what objection can bo urged ngairiHt Olad
noy 1 Ho is n honest us any whlto lUdical
nnd moro competent than any that
can bo nominutbd. Why not nomlnuto
him, and thus recognize- tho colored ole
munt of tho ropubiieun party. "Wu under
stand that Col. Wood, who toldom goes
behind tho bush, Iibh broken away from
tho influence of tho AVhito Itegonuy nnd is
in ravor oi mo nomination of a colored
man; and, if so, Colonel, why not Glad
"Wo Insist on Oladnoy. If tho colored
republicans will go to work thoy can get
uiuunoy. xnoy can snow tlio white radi
cals that the whip of tho mastor has lost
lt.;power by nominating Gladnoy. Glad
noy, for county treasurer on tho radical
1., I i
viuhvi t.1 uui nuiviivroru arm our
Glndnoy forever I
"Notice. l'arkor A: lllako huvo removod
to llross' brick store, on Commercial ave
nue, tccond door from tho corner of 11th
btrcet. Thoy hnvo ndded to their ulrendv
Jitrgo stock of paints, oIIb, window glass,
wiiii imjiur, Biniuvt, miiijis, varnishes, etc.,
nnd invltp tho public generally to cull on
them in thoir now quarters. Thoy mnko
a speciality of tho celebrated Auroru oil
which thoy will supply to thoir customnra
in quantities from n half pint to ten bar
rels, at much loss cost thnu coal oil, and
warrant 11 not to oxploilo. nugSCdlin
Fw ictool book! go to W. U. HocUwoll
Caiho, 111., fc'opt. 110:40, p.m.
War Popnrtmonl, Signal .Service, U. H
A. division of lolcgrams nnd reports for
tho benefit of Commerce. Tho following
is tho official meteorological record for tho
21 hours ending 10:10, p. m.
Cairo 130:14 30.00
ChiciiKO 1 30:10 !:
Cincinnati, o 30:18 3O;O0
DaveriDort. Iowa. M:11 3W07
'Mlvetlon. Jo.oo 30.83
i.earenworth 30:14 so.7
Mi.mnl.l.. Tcnn. SO.OS 30.
aasliT r. Tcnn. :20 jo.os
Now Orlnana. L,a 29: 29:91
Omaha Nebrnska 29.91 :T7
l'lttahiirah. I'a.... SO;3 SO.OS
HI. Louli, 0 30.09 30.t
HI. I'aul, AIInn....l29i8jS0.K)
W. II. Kockwkll ii Co. kcop theschool
books that will bo used in the public
schools during tho coming season.
Street Cleaning. Tho citizens, with
ono accord, applaud tho street cleaning
abors of McIIalo nnd his jail birds.
"Wantei At tho Dolmonico Hotel ono
hundred wccklv boarders. Fivo mcnls
each day, price $0 per week.
nug2'Jtf Wm. Wixtkr.
Notice. Tho undorslgnod will pay no
debts contracted in her namo, unless her
written order for tho goods can bo re
turned with tho bill.
Mum. C. McGke.
Cairo, Sept. 2, 1871.
Yk would call tho attention of our
country friends who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
very pleasant gallery on Commorclal
arcnuo for tholr accommodation, and is
really tho best artist wehayo had In Cairo
or u long time. tf
Fiiejii Oysters. I am now rocelvlng
ally, tho celebrated C. S. Maltby's U. and
M. brand of fresh oysters, which are unc
alled, and for salo by tho can or caso on
tho most rcasonabla terms, try them, al
ways warranted nood and fresh.
tf "Wm. Wintik.
Noticm rou Contractors. llids for
tho construction of a now Catholic church
will bo taken till Monday, September
11th, 12 o'clock, a.m.
Plans and specifications can bo seon at
the residenco of Father O'Halloran, Cairo.
Further information to be givon by tho
architect, A. .Druldlng, St. Louis, S. K.
corner Olivo and Fifth. Lowest bidder
will get the contract, on giving socurity
for tho wholo nmount. I
1'uiLLir Uavoii is mastor of bis trado,
and warrants all of his work to bo of tho
very Itsl material and manufacture; guar
antees a complete fit and entire satisfac
tion, is not confined to anyparticular stylo,
but makes every variety of boots and shoes
from the heaviest cowhide to tho finest
French calf and morocco. He also keeps
a largo stock on hand, 0 hit oxen manufae-
turf, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth at., south side,
near corner of Ohio Icvcc, Cairo. dtf
Mn. Editor: Please publish tho follow
ing report our collecting agent, Elder
Wm. Grpdanhagcn :
From First Missionary Uaptlat
Church of Ilelievillo, 111 0 Itf
Ac Alton H! 00
At Carlinvlllo 3 00
Total f-4 25
For tho nbovo ccntriDutloni wo are
thankful to our friends abroad, Thoy aro
rclioving us of n great financial embar
rassments. Wo continuo our rccommon
dation of our faithful agent to the sympa
thy ol our frionds.
T. J. Shores,
Pastor First Haptist Church.
The New AViuson. Smith & Uiiiik
moycr, corner Commercial uvenuu and
Eighth street, uro soiling tho Now Wilson
Under-Fecd Shuttlo Sewing Machine, tho
best nnd cheapest machino in tho world.
It is told $20 cheaper than any other ma
chine. Somo of tho many ndvantagos
claimed for it areas follows:
1st. It is as durnblo, woll finished, and
costs us much to manufacture ns other
Fir6t-cluss Machines; but sells for somo
2d. For homming and felling it is un
surpassed. 3d. Thut it is the simplest shuttlo ma
4th, It has less wearing parts.
5th. It has no grooved cams, ball joints,
compound cranks, or cog whools.
Cth It is adapted to n lnrgor rango of
work, without chango, than any other ma
For school books go to W. 11. Hockwell
Turtlo Soup Lunch
St. Nicholas Hotel
This morning at 10 o'clock.
W. 11. Rockwell & Co. are lioadquartors
for school books.
Go to Parkjr & Hlako's for window
glass, putty, otc. nug2Cdlm
Paul G. Schuh sells ltattingor'i modi
Money rofundod if Gillet's goods don't
Wel. rogulatod fumllios use Gillot's.
Try Gillot's doublo-etrongth extracts,
Gillkt'h washing crystal mokes wash
Ing easy. ng 13
The best plnco to buy school books is at
W. 11. Rockwoll & Co.'s.
At Jorgonson's may bo found tho pop
ular Fronch assorted picklos. tf
Oysters. Louis Horbort hasalwason
hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys
Go to l'urkur & lilako's, cornor Com
mercial nvonuo and 11th stroot, for Aurora
Go to Jorgonson's for Imported Dun
dee orange marmalado, tho colobrAtod.
London crystal ylnogar, In quart! tuai
choico Gcngtjo flgt. tt
W. B. Rockwell & Co. nro hcndfjunrtorn
v. cwiuui UOOK9,
ourivo cclcbrntod 11 o'clcck land,
"jesters nt Jorgcnsong. tf
H,."-0? l? 1,Arkor & UhMt for w
I-.., niimow siindos, otc.
wTtf0,'80':'0': Kreat run Tor dipt
Vi hllo's oriental picklei .1
-Thoso French Cherries, In
popular with connoisoun,
nro sold by J0r
Go to Dr. McOauloy for Rattlngor's Fo-
vor Drops, warronlcd lo euro the chills,
Kindlino. 600 "gloss boxos" forsnlo
at 5 cents each. W. W. Thornton
uo lo rarkor & IJlako's for lamna
1 , . ... ... .
inmp crumnoys, paint urushes, etc.
Everybody goes to Jorgonson's family
gorcory for tho Halford Lcichcitcrshiro
W. 11. Rockwell ic Co. keen tho school
books that will bo used In tho nuidlc
scnoois uunng tuo coming season.
Tlio most popular shoo th on In fnut.
tt nn nt. 1. .. . . .
" "I'i'osiio ino couri notise
notol, wiicro Wm. Ehlcrt manufaclnrn.
boots and shoes for his customers, wurmnt
od to bo of tlio best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho cuanraleos to Hvn
u.uire saiismcilon. Call on li m and vou
1 ! - ., ... .... 0
Mm 1 1 .. . .
kuow now 11 is yoursolf. Iv20if
Wm. Khlcrs, at his shon oil 20th itri-wf
is sun manuiacturing every variety of
boots and shoes from genuino French calf
(ho uses no other kind) which ho sells
ready mado or mndo to or.l
that defy competition. JylKtf.
air. r. nose nai rcmovou rill lollorinc
T t . , .
establishment to his now store, at No. 104
Commercial avenuo. Ho keep on hand a
splendid assortment of piece goods which
ho will make up fur his customers in a
maonor warranted to suit. He employs
only tbo best workmen, and gives his
personal attention to the businass. Per
fect fits guarantcod. Prlcos rcasonabla.
Call and sco him. aucSOlm
Tho Chicago Reer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 26 and 28 Eighth
tieet, is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Jleor, Liquors of every
description, and all kinds of forotgn and
home Wines. No ordinary liquors art
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
the very be it, and guests find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread every day al 10
o'clock a.m. aualTtf.
Tho greatest known remedy
and euro of
Chills, Fcrcr, Aguo, Liver Complaint
Ruy them ; try them
Stratton & Bird, General Agents,
Chas. H. Evans, Wasbington-avonue,
between Eighth and Ninth streets, has on
hand a splendid stock of family groceries
of all kinds, which ho is selling nt tlio
lowost prices. Ho is determined not to bo
undersold, and challenges comparison of
the quality of his goods with nny houso in
tho city. His shelf goods arc of every va
riety, fresh and seasonable, and anything
and everything tho market affords can bo
purchased at his storo at llc lowest rato
Give him a call. tf
William Alba's barber si op is grow
ing in public favor every day. It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skillful workmen in tho city. Tho pro
prietor has had many years' experience in
his business and is recognized ns ono of the
most expert shavers in Southern Illinois,
whilo young Albit is n master in his pro
fession. Citizens and strangers who wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair tut in tho latest stylo should
patronizo Alba. His shop is on Commer
cial avenuo next door to Hannon's news-
Btcamor Dick Johnson, Kvansvlllo.
" Antolope, St. Louis.
" Alice Gruy. Mt. Vornon.
" Argonaut No. 2, St. Lotus.
" Colorado. St. Louis.
" John Kyio, Now Orleans.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Dick Johnson, Evansvillc,
" City of Alton, New Orloans.
" Alice Gray, Mt. Vornon.
" Argonaut, Tonncssoo river.
'! Colorado, Vicksburg.
" Illinoins, Columbus.
" John Kyle, St. Louis.
" St. Josuph, Momphis.
Stoamor Southwestern, Now Orleans.
" Mallio Ragon, Kvansvlllo.
" City or Cairo, Memphis.
" C. li. Church, Now Orleans.
11 Columbia, St. Louis.
11 Jas. FisV, Jr., Puducah.
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Sioux City, White rivor.
" T. F. Eckort, WoU Island.
' 0. V. Kountt, Wolf Island.
Stoamer Southwoetorn, St. Louis.
" Mallio Ragon, Kvanavlllo.
" City of Cairo, St. Louis.
" C. B. Church, St. .Louis,
" Columbia, Arkansas rivor.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Sioux City, St. Louis.
DOATS TO LKAYX TO-AT.
Stoamor City of Quincy, Now Orleans.
" H. 0. Yargor, Now Orloans.
" City ot Chostor, Memphis.
" Hollo Momphis, St. Louts.
" John Lumsdon, Evansville.
" Jos. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
it a. Baker, Capo Girardeau,
Tbo rivor ia still rising, and since last re
port has risen about four toon inchos, and
ltlspreuiciou mat mere win ooaiairsiaga
or water in tho Ohio for soveral wooks.
The Mississippi is still falling, and BJ feet
UusIdms on tbo loyeo during tho Ult
two days hu bsiga good. Tbo wofthor,
wook.rdfty' WM WArmor ihm durl"B Ift
frlSt o!Cik Jo,'.n'on 1,nd W' trip
irolght nnd pooplo.
Tho City0rAUondeptcJ wllh ft,1M
1 .asaV,'?7' rf0m M0U0t VornC
brought 10 0 bbls. corn meal. She load,
nt Mount Vornon for New Orleans b
through somo misunderstanding bctwci
uur owners anu ino snippers she did not
lurinor man noro.
Tho Argonaut, for tho Tennesieo rl..'
had a eounlnnf 1iarna la.lu... .
o wm aian
ianu. 1 v
a no oiorauo came out on time with
fair load and added cehsldoraule frelgl
(The John Kyle had about 400 to'
Might. Uor time from Na. n,u.. '
this port was five days, j
ino Bt. 'Joseph arrived wllh a .A
and rccolved 100 tens
1 un nntun afiiiinsaa . -vr
was flying Heht. She did nt !,
package of freight on board, aheeoei !
31. Ijomt in. will nl..t.i 1.. j .
Orleans. Her tlrao from. Now Orloans
IMk rtftf laj.i flua
lul.I.l. I. k I
"wit.ii 1 a ll VOrT crvwl run f- . .1
u - ta aivi
Tho JIallio Roean had ncoodirln '
r.. w... v.. via, iv uitcumrtfaa at i i
R. R. wharfboat 143 bales
1T.t. T f. . .. . . -
uiuuii ijiiic ann 21 milt inaihK ijiu
Tho C. B. Church, from Now Orlean
had but a light trip. i
ino i,oiumbia arrlvod about 12 htm'
ueumu time, caused by being aground i
Turkey Island. ;
ht Fisk began this week's businass
fringing in rolls leather, 00 bbls cemen
10 hhds tobacco, 6 sicks cabba-o and 1
bdls Iron for the I. O. R. R. wharfboa'
CJ l, . t . 1 .Mn . . .
uaU 4o part iron iron uiiimar
Iron vrnrlrt. shUli k....t.i . - t. j.i
cah in a flat boat and thora tranttMrtrd 1
.,Hatou " uiuuKui u x JhUl
tho Fisk. ' M '
uu ....uuu 4iu 1 iu ion rosia ior me ;
. It. Tt. wkarfkA. I
rri. Till i.l.i ......
THE TOWBOAT ABMLOP.
The towboat Antalon avrrtvad taat'
Qunuay moraine; with two barge la W
ana 111 mem Here until sbe MtiuAM ft
the balance of ber tow wblcljitw M.
at .Commerce, and wblle nits '
v.. u.ugi iu inuta m in( suia him I.
Booai nye reet water, it Mms IB en
gone ovor Oroenleafi on ton Himtt,
side and wu coming down touadiag ,tk
unnois siuo to try ana Una, Which woul
1.. . V. . 1 . . . . t .1 . . 1 . .
hen she struck the snag. It wu nt flrs
thodght she could bo ralsM, but wo War.
from her canlain. who cams down frnni
bor yesterday, that she is! badly twitlc-
and soveral hog chains, broken, and thn
,1c J.- L. (I,nt,. I, ill t..
" ...... . -" " " f 1
sioie 10 ratio ner. ice inag too nit 1
supposod to be in her bull, as oho ia raiiw
considorable amidihips. Sho wa
owntd by Capt. Lourie and was valued a
15.000 and insurod for $10,000. She wa
aooui six years oiu. 11 wu jun tuirioou
was raiseu in mo iissouri river.
lav dion s nortnwetiern union nackreU
company, and porhapn tho northern line,!
. ..,,. .. . . ..1 .
UAfflMI, nnd St T oil!. ni-1r.la Mmnani.r
Drincinle after this season. (:
Tho Cincinnati dauttt says: Toe Bor.'
muda has had a litrn rjlaced In a nromlainl,-
jiirtcu, in ner cauiu, mauiag, "aemu-aeaui.
tni.il nav f munll wlilln In nnH t Tits',
officer! of the boat lay that tbor nn
lIlAljr UEU LfVAM Ub ItWUiirilin Vt UU DC n
nn iKinni ni ninner iiiiib mnti
that tho htTo betn compellod to liotog VCi
tbo sign to kcop them off, f
Mild nnd hii earm of nainttr r tmtll
onctgod In painting the itearaer
- a m mm
villo insido and outside, and when sh
tl,n;. l,.nda .k.alll lank mm .m)
as a 44011.
UTVltlUK aW ..V HV.W . av. aaa.- wiaav
..MnlM.a Thn IIAI. ,n II., nil I I IV a an an
third apartmont on the larboard side; nn
twi.vf tMt in lunifth. Tho Eekerthad
pumn her out by sections, ah mo zroigi.it
. a - a t 1 f . 1 " I 1 4 Mm m sk HAJllfav
whothor she will bo repaired nt MMUL
Citv nr at St. Louis. . , .
.n 1 .4 nia.atnn.il vf.'altl Or,
Inches : olght feet two inchoi wntor, in- UiO
channel; weathor cloudy; thorawcMtor,
"... a . .. . A
Suporior ana Bt, J onni, jwookuk i ?
. ' . ' ' . . . . 1 1.-. V. L -
sas City. Dcparted-Ortjr of Wf'
fra,i,,.. noh iiav. KookuK. uiTornui-:;
. I . ... I -. . ...,V.a.ai nlnn, BnM Wirm. AD
. "... V, T.anna f9 M V IffiaTa llatTTI
l.nu lnrtr tram this txjrt. died at VlOW-
burg yoatorday, whef VhU fonoto Mt ,
. i....ii,f nr n' la valor comDanv.' i
- ' I.
run woii-kdowu uii kv4 , t-
. . .1 .. n ,, a av. A Illlll. ..
gWU ..." .
wm auiiu 11 w 4i rr . .rr- v
and Mr. Julius David,. UUiVWH
bio dork, will noia.MM opoais mm r-
a.. i- - t ! A Atl I
Saturday noxt. nUgBI--w.
Tj TAKK'NOTIOT.-" .J
ti u k i xvlh or tub umxqu exxnih-
on and .Kr Sunday, 1a?1lMI-.neio--inglime-ubla
will gorn the airlfal ao
uro of atamger tralni'at Oalii t;
IMQan-r-mmn iraiu. ubii .....a-..
' Exprett, dalljr.
chaugo of cars rrom.OOW fo
DrawinK Room alMPitii., 'C0T d -l1''"'
BsgKage checked (o all imMtrtoat Vt.
Tho ' attenllott of "fblpJiifS lo' 00jsii7
.led to Hie fact that a Fnilt Exj-WM K0' ,
ve Cairo dally, Oaturdaya upMloOYM"i "
nUo tbo run from this city to Chicago la twoaT
two hoijrs. JAB. JOHWBOW. il
13. 8, UARBELL,
DEALER IN FUBNJTUBJJ
HOUSE FURNISHINQ QOOOB.
185 & 187 CommorciaiATCai