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TlVIETARLEOr THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
0 and after Hunday, Ha Hth, lsTl, the follow-
tinse-uMe will gotten (ha arrttsl and depart
ure ef pHBxr trairti at Ciroi
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Eir-fess. !' eicept Hsr-lsy . p.m.
Neekstr frnCiro to lt. Lows. No
eivazxe f car from Ciro to Chicago. Ele(int
fralrg Rffl iletptng eir en night train..
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QUICKEST KOUTE FJWM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CESTRXL 11 R.
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POINTS EAST AN'D WEST.
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ca; . i'iijaN.i.Htmati't-t. lint.
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MOUND CITY AND CAlli
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait. William If. Sanhlvkv.
Fol'lt Tltliy KVKKY DAY
CAIEO JISTID CITY
I I IlilllTH UtttT.
At " A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 p.m.
At 0 p.m.
Leave Mu. Citv,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 'J.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
llOX PAiTuliV, HAWK'r. LANIUNtl.KY.
M t Til of A HE, MARINE WAYe,
AMI NAVY YARD.
H. S. HltKillA.M, .M. D.
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TlIK HOUHB' is Nr.wi.v I'uunwiiei,
tlona al reaionaUn utin. lo""nQ,a
UiipO'lte the I'ualotlice, on Hiath Rlreci i-iw,
Wa.lilngtoi. uud ci.iiu?fcr.!ul t,tn,L.tw6f n
Till home lia. been thoroughly owtiami.d,
rvfurulthM and rmoiaud, and i. now bnu for
Ihnrc-eapllonof kuU. Tho room, ait, all lar2S
MtV.".!." D'' fa1"ifnf !!,.
ai pt night and day,
'. j.jop-'i"" Hi1' I'-nii
phi and Colombo. ' '
Ohi. KI.er mui-. ,;,p.lr,. CM p.m.
in. Thursday rfl
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1ej OfJer mnl Hjlttr lertmnt not
Cti CoKftiT, No. ti ttft Atinnllj
at th Aijlam tionu Ull, firilnd thirJCat-
orJn lnMh month.
Ct Cf' tt, No. St. Btjfulnr Centotiont
Muonlc lUD.th Mccni KnJit la each month
Ct CaiMta, No. :J. Sgu!r Conoation
a: Maiooe Hall, on taf in.ru lunaajei rttij
dill Lowi.No.tST F. A A. M -Rular Cora.
rss)ca'.)M at Hitosx LlaJI, the itcoad aaJ
f-'ir. M'SAatt oi rata mcnia.
t.," MJ v. i i. M RtrsIarCom
nc,fH,,.ti at XiKini Hall Srit aoJ third
Aliiai Lw. SJ4.-Mti IB OJJFll0'a.
Bali.ii irkr'i BaJiiti. 'ry Thurtday :n
j. at i :.-fc.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CON
VF..VTI0X. A mci n.t)M t.f it IQrai)C fvft i bft J
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:n far ii'Siitifctsr a raslidate .'or Cosstj
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it truwart'ia t-. ati cW,r iCtni ai cat
OM-B.M i-;tarr V a.l csi'fi'.a wttt
Tit li a;.: .t'.aiii t ' dif-u ta i a, J cost
tj poxitntrtix, lit Ifa:.:raii ti th KtrC ;r.
titi"tf a. Aii 11.1,4 c tt-city a; trb7 r.it:ii
iii3 rrBMt.i to tfriS ;;.itt CMtirfi at
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LEM. CO. CEN. CX)M.
Publlli-d fifrj- morning, Mondny .
Th. semi:! cf th) council have gone
but ct council tnw.in;!.
The lird of aldermen wi In setsion
U: nigh, two rmnu'.es and a hulf.
Monday week the Turners will ann't
versaryise at Scheel s hall garden.
A "drunk and disorderly " fellow, ar
rested by Myers, was sent to the calaboose
yctrdny for ten days.
Mr. C. P.. WoodwarJ, we are sorry to
say, ii till on tho sick list; but is, wo aro
gltul to say, convalescing.
Thtro was it robber senro over at
Thornton's building Tuosday night. No
body hurt iind nobody caught.
The Hun has worms tape-worms a
dozen of them. Brother Davis, Fanno
stock's vermifuge would relievo you.
A bevy of thovcj, who arrived In
town severcl days ago, were ordered out
of tho city lust night by Chief Movers.
Myers tirrested u stcutnboat mato ves-
terday cliarged with tho use of abusive lan
guage. I ho amusement cost him $5 and
Tho .S'wn is as dumb as nn ovster about
tho action of tho couucil in anpointinir
colored i men to work on tho sldownlk3.
Joft it tpprovu that action 7
-Another of "J. U. E.T.'s" racy, de
cidedly readable and vcrv Interesting let
ter! i. published on tho second pace of
Tiik Bl'xletin this morning.
To-night is tho stated meeting night
of Alcjimdur lodgo, No. 'J21, I. 0.0. F.
Important business will bo transacted, and
u full attjuiiduiicu of iiicnibers is desired.
An attempt is being mudo by the
whito railiettl regency to buy otY Oliidncy
from tho contest for tho county treasurer
ship. 1.1 (5 ludnuy abuvu temptation? Wo
Tho county court and thu county ofll
cers had ji Held day yesterday. Hostilities
will bo renewed early this mornlnc and
the fight probably continue from early
morn till dowy uvo.
lhu programme of ihu festival und
concert, to bo L'Wfcn liv tin. Iu,lli.fRi l.
PI' U'irinVin Catholic church. Tuosday
evening, TJth inst., at KehocVs lmll, will bo
publulieil to-morrow morning.
Tho .Now York Jlrrald of a latodato
announce tho arrival, at tho Fifth Avo-
nuc hotul, of (Jen. Burntido. Ho was
hopeful from tho crown of hi bald head
1 to the loks of his No. 15 boots,
"All places yield to mo; hero sit I
uown ; as Alderman Stratton eald yester
day evening when ho sat down on u can.
dlo box In Bristol & Stillwoll' trroccrv.
and coutiuued his descent until ho reached
Hount full through the eldownlk vls.
leruay, una when latt seen was in toarch
llftlw. !(.. 1r I.M,.r,.l ...III. .1.. , .
.wm Trim lliu lllllintlnn
oi having; that gentleman join him In u
prayer or tliunka on accouut of his escape
. . win , iriuuiauon or a uroken neck.
mm iiu, auwlori cf tho lato omhan
' v.0 uU so, n Wtt, w .,.,, .....
Inlnnlln . . " .vni. uui
fl... . .. . ..
nu lujiun mai Hoy. v, u.
wroto tho communication signed " AT,
orod voter," which appeared In T. i,,"
ii ii ,lcruay morning, I, i,lcomcl.
1 110 JlJ not wr to it, but ho endorse. It.
I content, n. .. . . yluorie It
.? 1 'i ,c 'Plcd tho eelfishnc ol
"dlcul recenev lon .
recency lonu aco.
Festival ami nipper t uov. Mr.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1871.
Shores' church to-night, tho prococds lo
to applied for tho bonofit of tho cnurcn
Will tho whlto republican who pretend
o much nffection for tho coiorou mnn
ftbout election tlmo bo prciont and con
tribute nny dimes to tho church ol ono of
their most Influential party leaders 7
Dr. Saok Catarrh HK.meiiy Is no
Patent Mcdlclno humbug gotten up to
dupe tho ignorant and credulous, but It I
n porfect Specific for Nasal Cfttarrli;
"Coldlntlio bend," utid kindred discus
Marriack Ouidk. Intercillng work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
CO cents. Addrc. Dr. liutts' Dispensary,
Ko. 12 yorth Eighth Street, St. Iouis,
Mo. Seo Advortiscmf nt.
I. 0. 0. E. Tho members of Alexander
Lodge, yo. 224, I. O. O. V., aru requested
to attend the regular meeting of the lodgo
this (Thursday) cxening, nt hulf-pnst T
tharp. Dullness of Importance will be
transacted. ' iiiting brethren nro cor
F. M. Stocktletii, Sec.
Notice. Tbo Frcedmaii Aid Society
will hold a festival and supper this
(Thursday) evening, at 7 o'clo:k, nt the
First llaptiit church, for tho benefit of tho
church. Supper from 7 to 11 o'clock.
The fricndi of education and religion are
respectfully Invited to attend. Supper, 50
cents. Children half price. By order or
For P.e.nt. A new itore-room, in n dc-
lirabla ntuitioo, complete in its appoint
seats, and finished with counters, fhelv-
icc, ofice, etc. Gas throughout. It is
soluble for cither dry goods or groceries.
Good cistern and back yurd.Mj located on
north lide of 6th meet, between Commer
cial and Waihinglon tvenucs. Apply to
ii. J. CcsDirr,
tep7dtf Cor. Cth it. and Com'l ave.
Annual Meetinooe theIIidernians.
-The eleventh annual meeting of the
Hibernian fire engine company will be
held on Friday evening, th Inst, for the
purpose of electing the following officers,
vie.; a I'reiident; a Vice-President; a
Secretary; a Treasurer; a Foreman of
Engine; an Assistant Foreman of Engine;
a Foreman of Hoic; an Assistant Fore
man of Hose; a Pipe Holder and a Mes
senger. A full attendance ii requeited.
By order of the President.'
T. M. Lovett, Secretary.
Bai-e Ball dt Juveniles. Tho first
nine of the Clippers of this city and Ju
nior! of Mound City, will play a match
game of baso ball to-morrow afternoon on
the DeltA grounds of this city. The
boyi all very young propose to show
the Deltas and Pastimes what playing is,
and will make astonishing runs and do
wonderful batting. On last Saturday the
Clipper! visitou1 Mound City and played
and were defeated, and claim that the um
pire cheated them and arc going to iiavo
Police Headquarter. Chief Myers
having awaited patiently for five months
for the assignment by tho rity authorities
of an appropriate placo for polico head
quarters, has obtained permission of Judge
Bross to use his office until further ar
rangements can bo made. Tho Chief has
in course of preparation rules and regula
tions for tho government of tho polico
force, which ho will soon lay before the
mayor for his approval. Wo commend
this action of the Chief. Headquarters
and rules arc necessities, and with them
wo havo no doubt all causes of complaint
againat Iho polled force, which properly
handled can bo mado very efficient, will
A Convert. Jim Orange, ono of tho
most influential colored republicans of tho
city, called on us yesterday in n high statu
of inebriation, superinduced, he informed
us, by the harsh treatment ho has received
at tho hands of whito radical;, and desired
us to any that ho will never I never lj
novir tl! vote for a radical aain. Ho af
firmed in our bearing, most solemnly, that
thcru is u radical grocor on Eighth street,
wno wouiu not give a colored man a sour
apple to save him from tho lower region.
Jim then added, that, having become con
verted to our party, ho felt uncoinfortablo
n his druiikun condition, and, in ordor to
enjoy thu sensations of unadultoratod de
mocracy, would, at the earliest possible
moment, become duly sober.
Dim. o.M an Baiuikcue. Doctor
Thornton Dillon, a vunerablu patriarch
with a colored skin, proposes to gtvo a
grand Imrbcciio on tho 1Mb inst., In tho
locust grove,'' noar tho custom house
Ho will liavo evorything that la delicious,
and hni induced .Mr. Llncgar, by tho
promho t if u dead-head tickot, to consent
to initko speech to tho assembled multi
tude. Ho is also in negotiation with Mr.
Mtinn for a speech from him, and will
probably securo tho ueo of that gentle
man's tonguo for tho occasion. Ho has
olforod Mr. Munn a dead-head ticket, but
Munn insist on the tickot and twenty-flvo
cents cash. Dillon thinks he will finally
bo compcllod to yield to tho oxtortlonale
demand of this protended friend of tho
A HecjVEbt Hekuhed. Wo havo boon
rcquctted by a lady Hayite of tho Chris
tlaii congregation of this city to say,
through The Bulletin, that Mr. Friend,
when ho carao to Cairo, agreed to not to
licit contribution Jfrom tho public for his
support, but that ho is now doing so in tho
name of tho Christian church, and with
out Its authority, tince, a ho bimaclf ha
inld, ho has withdrawn himself from the
only truo members of that church tho
Hayitos and has consequently withdrawn
from tho church. Wo very much desiro
to oblige our lady friend, but really can
not inducu oursolfto tuako her statement
public. To do so would bo highly im
proper, and would do violenco to that sen
timent ol' high regard in which wo nro
hold by Mr. Friend; nnd, bosldci, what
would tho lady havo 7 Docs tho expect
that bocatisa Mr. liny and frlond refuse to
pay lhi laborer In tho vineyard for hU la
bors, that !o mutt therefore Harve 7 For
bid tho thought 1 No, no; live und let Uvo
i our motto. Wo nro thcrefuro con-
trained to decline to mako public tho fact
, cominunwatod to u by the llaylto lady.
nEMARKAIlLK EXPERI MURK OV CAPT. MJ
Z7 I . . "VKIITIHES .VAII.H FOR HAI,
ii " tiiih iii;cki,i:m mh
"r "l rHAOK OK MINI)
Everybody know Cnpt. Diignn.oflh
Biuuiuui umiiirwriicr." Jio la nn oulor
prising man, nnd alway use tho column
of The Bulletin to inform tho public of
tho fact whenover no Una anything to coll
Several week ago Jio UoIred lo dispose o
CO: kegi or nail, nnd ont to The Bull
etin a local notlco to this clfoct. Beforo
tho evening ho had old 30 kegs, nnd bo
foro noon the next day tho other 30. At
0 minutes past 1 o'clock, two gentlemen
called on him nnd asked him about those
unlit ho had advertised In Tiik Bulle
tin; at 15 minutes past 1, flvo gontlomon
called nnd nsked tho nmo quction; nt
half-past 1, ten culled nnd nsked tho amo
question ; at - o'clock twenty called, and
by 3 o'clock ono hundrod and fifty person
hai called at the bout and asked him about
those noils. By this time, tho captain had
bacomo vcrv nervous and finally hid him
self in'a stato-room from tho crowd that
was constantly in search of him about
"thos nails." At last ho escaped from
tho boat nnd calling at The Bulletin
office ordered tho nail advertisement out.
But, by a twist of tho foreman's wrist, tho
ad. got in tho paper fagaln tho next morn-
ng. Tho captain, unawaro of this fact,
was s cited In hit offico when n gentleman
called and asked him about "thoso nails "
ho wni advertising in The IJulletin.
" I am not advertising nny nulls forsalo
in The Bulletin," responded tho cap-
Would-be I'urchater. Hut you are, Cap
tain. I road tho advertisement in The
Bulletin with these eves of mine.
Captain. Sir, I traj advertising, but am
Would-be Purchaser. You nro mistak
en, Captain ; you are advertising.
Cci;mi)i. Do you think, sir, I don't
know my business 7 Get off this boat I
And, without giving the would-be pur-
chater n chance to explain, tho Captain
vanished behind the door of his state-room.
In a few moment another gentleman
appeared before tho Captain, and, bowing,
''Good morning, Captain ; I havo come
to inquire about thoienails you nro adver
tising in Tub Bulletin."
Captain. Sir, if you were a reader of
The Bulletin you would not nk that
Gentleman. Pardon mo; it is btcnuo
Htn a reader of The Bulletin that I
do ask the question.
Captain. I cfiiZ advertise nails for sale,
but am not doing so now.
Gentleman. Pardon me, nguin ; vou
are advertising nails for sulo, now.
Ctiptain. I am not.
Gentleman. You arc.
Let us hero uggo.-t that tho gentleman
got olf the boat in double quick time.
Tho annoyance continued, until
finally tho Captain picked up The Bul
letin, and his eyes fell on that hated ad
vertisement. Ho bid himself instantly;
and, seeking The Bulletin otllco after
dark, again ordered tho nail advertisement
That night the Captain sailed ; nnd, by
another twist of our foreman's wrist, tho
nail advertisement was allowed to rcmnin
in tho local column.
AVhcn tho captain returned, in about a
week, ho found n bushel of letters waiting
fr him, nil of which ran, substantially, as
"Dear Caitain: I havo read in The
Bulletin an advertisement about CO kegs
of nails you Jiavo for sale. I called at tho
landing, but found your boat missing,
pleaso retain a couplo of kegs for mo.''
Yours, truly, Want M. Nalk.
After reading two hundred letter of
this tenor, tho captain exclaimed in dul
" Damn those nails I"
Need wu say hu throw overbonrd tho
other hundred drop letters that remained
! iftceu minutes after tho "Underwriter
landed, n man cumo rushing on to tho boat
and seizing tho captain by tho hand,
Olad to seo you, Captain ; I have been
watching for your bout three days; I want
lo ink about thoso nnik
Captain. D n thoso nails. I'll novcr
advertisoin thut Bulletin again.
.iurt then ho looked up towards tho
plank road, and saw at b ast a hundred
men running towards the boat.
My 0 d, (Mend, cried tho Cuptain, do
you think all those men aro after thoso
d d nulla?
Man, Thoy are; thoy arc. Quick.
sell mo them before they come.
I ho Captain answered not a word, but
recklessly running to tho stern of tho bont
throw himself into thu river, and swim,
ming around under Phillips' wharfboat,
nuchored himself until uftor dark, when
ho ventured out.
Ascertaining that all hU troubles woro
caued by tho fact that tho n nil advertise
ment was still running in The Bulletin,
ho instantly disguised himself an un old
man, and wrote to us tho following noto ;
Cairo, August 31, 1871.
J. II. OiiKRLY, Editor.
Dear Sin: For Ood'hhakk btoptiiat
nail advertisement! I advertised CO
keg for sale, und havo had applications for
10,000 moro I It show tho beauties of ad
11. W. Duqan.
Wo suppressed tho advertisement, and
tho Captain ha thrown oil hi disguise,
but ho has not yet regained hi usual pla
cidity of disposition. Lvon yet a refer
ence to "thoso noils" throws him into a
cold jwent. May ho soon regain thut
poaco of mind to which all liberal adver
tiser aro entitled I
Delay Not. Convulsions, and colic,
nnd griping in tho bowels of Infants causo
death, M rs. Whltcoinb's Syrup U a tried
remedy, It costs only 'J5 cents, dawlw
One paekago of Dr. Buttlngers tonic
liorbs and roots put up with n gallon of
good whisky mukes an oxcollent etomnch
bittors, giving appetites, Improving dlges
tlon; also n preventive ngainst malarial
4ft)?a and ospcclnlly a tonic in cases of
general tUblllly. Prlco per paekago 25
ct. Kor iilo by all firt class druggists
nnd dualars In madlclne. . dawlw
Cairo, 111., Sept. 0 10:10, p.m
Wnr Dopnrtmont, Signal Sorvlcc, U. S,
A. division of telegram and report for
tho benefit of Commerce. Tho following
is tho official meteorological record for tho
iM hour ending 10:10, p. m.
ha hoi I tf r: I iiiiuiioMnr.li.
- - . I. S
o . Ci tn Z
, 30.0S M.Q1 29.94 M M 73 '
. MM 29.99 yi.VJ 19 09 M
30.01 2l;li7 M.9J C7 7 71
, 30.73 30.09 30.18 78 M 6
29.90 30.(9 30.00 1,7 7 tU
30:11 29:91 30:1 G7 77 01
29.99 a, 90 29:94 67 84 71
30.07 29.10 29.J 77 k 7J
29.91 30.01 29.91 CI (a t
30.04 29:86 SO.OA U 70 M
30.04 29;86 29:90 K M 70
!; 29.7 29:9 73 81 70
3;23 30.11 30.17 6 70 61
or Omm atiiiv.
Now Orlfiln.. I.n
I' 111. ilirvh. I'n
HI. Lonla, Jio
HI. I'atil, Jim
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
SEPTEMBER TEKM, 1871.
TUESDAY UOnNINO 0 O'CLOCK, SEPTKMRKR
6th, 1871, 2d day
Tho following named
lowed tho sums act opposite tholr respective
names a nor bills filed, nnd onlnn nr,w
cu to uo urnwn on tho county treasurer ac
cordingly, viz t
It. )'. Cunningham, for blnnkeU for Co. Jail 20 W
A. II. IrTiu, Hherltr, for pouting notice for
..... ... i-ii-viiui,.,,,,.,,,, (i 20 (XI
(icorno Kishsr, auiitneoof Wm. SI. Uaild-
in) n'o ,,.1nkfuM, fr four plows 2l W
. "" "utun ,ieru, ii.r ei. or-
cio fcrs In criminal ca.ei lor Jone nuir.
Ut whero Halo fallcl to conrlct...... 2i r
J. Howpii.ti.ln, fur makluK Plana and apcc.
in neatlon ir bridge acrosa Cacho rncr 40 00
Illinois Central Iron rnd Coal Mlnina Co.
for coal jo w
Culler, l'ngo 4 Hnyne, for book for county 11 60
A. II. Irrin, .Shcriir, for crrlng Grand antl
1'etlt Juror gt
rienmo H. llcrrlck. fnr .itri.iinnrn.,1 in m
John Cain, conitahle, for attending Circuit
.,.,.,Cout,.,'.l,J' :: W
nuiiniii jiumea, conMnbie, tor ftttndlnir
l?ir.inil I 'in ll .1. u. n
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Oeorgo Woldon, Conatable, for attending
Pirni I I'inil A .I... n ... . ..
N. Wllllnma, llarlcll fo'r'HTti)cd1ng'c"rcuU
Court 21 dar M g w
William ltuiKclr, for attending Circuit
tiuuisoiiir Mtt j fjrj
E. f. Hill, for atleiidlng Circuit Court S
lays m jq (,j
K. Kilierald, for attending Circuit Court 21
ll Ii M g (jQ
. 0. KoHling, for merchandise for pa'iipeM
etc- i, .1
Dr. William Wood, for medicine and a'tteu"
uanca un prisoners in jail lo oo
atrlek HulllTKn, lor repairing bandy Creek
bridge .,., j, ,
A. Marchildon. for rnen.i.Mill.M fn ...a.i. it i.
.Marion Harm, for lumber and nail for
"""K"- .., 17 oo
. Ilro-s, for cash paid, exprena chargea on
county bonds and drnyago on laek
.ereu-M for kriilir 4 ,
amen II. Upchurcn, fr aerrices 1 day aa
road viewer o
John tl. Walker, for aeriicea one Uar'as
road ieer ,, j
Kamuel Walker, for aerrlces one iltt'u
road rlewer j j
'. A l'eleraon, for sendees 1 day as tor j
llro, lor money adrancvl to repair
Cache rircr brldire. on road to Mound
,c,,f; -. 300 00
olin Major, for Inro of Jack screws for
brldut r. t
R. Fitzgerald, for 3 months seriices in And
a Pniliifl fVMtrl llr.ii...
...... ..unw. H. ....... W W
Jas. II. 1-ulton. for spikes In county Jall. 2 75
I;r. Wm, Wood, f ,r 3 months serslces as
c.",n'J Physician 7i W
II. A. llannon, for stationery fur county
... in o ..1.11,-v.
t. Marys Inttrmary, lor maintaining pau-
liern In hli. tilt. I fur tliii.i. iiir.r.ll.k 41, en
N. Keith, lor ciilfini and bun Ina iiaui'era'i'n
full of bill for VO 42 10
;. Kiizernld, jailer for ditlmg prisoners
in jail for three inunthi .7t 70
eore R. Hi rnck, forsurieyint; and re-lo-
I'll) I n l. rn.lrln d rr.ft.1 ...... .
Willmtn Mnrtm, lor services s road tVe'w'er 4 UJ
iireen II. l'arker" ' i i.i
Tramuel Parker " " " " " 200
ohu II. Obeily A. Co., for making collec
i"l st ij . ...........,,,. fj
Joliu II. lberly A Co., publishing county
court proceedings ono ipiarler 37 60
Joseph Arnold, for sum ices tcUtno to pau-
, 'l" .. H 10 uy
. Dross, County Judge, lor eash paid out
for imuriera in .vi
Thomas Wilson, Judge of election. South
Cairo I'roclnct 2 00
urn (larland, Judge of election, bouth
Cairo I'reolnct- .. 2 00
. J-.hlacn, judge or election, Bouth Cairo
Cairo I'reclnct 2 00
orncllleus Howenstlue, clerk of eleution,
houth Cairo I'reclnct 2 00
John it. Holmes, clerk of election, bouth
U. Kitrgerald. Judge of election, North
Charles Lancaster, Judge of election, North
George A. Christian, judge of election,
North Cairo Precinct ....
w. 11, Morris, clerk or election, bouth Cairo
John 1'. Ilely, clerk of election. Noith Cairo
, II. Muleahy, Judge ot election, Dogtooth
Thomas .Martaln, Judge of election, Hog.
tooth l'rec net
Dnrid Rerry, Judge of election. Dogtooth
John II. Foster, clerk of election, Dogtooth
ictor Trussul, clerk of election. Dogtooth
(!. W. Erwln, judge of eleetion, unity I're't 2 00
Wm.J. Milford," " "2 00
J. II. 8. Hanis, " ' 2 00
I). I). C. llargis, clerk " ' 2 W
W. Moouy, " .. . vj
Mark Provo, Juilgo " Hailew'd 2 w
M.(i. Miller, " "2 00
. C Thompson " " 1 "
eorce 11. llerrick. el'k " " 2 On
Miles Cnul.le, " " " 2 00
Ilonsom 'inompson, jUJe 01 election
Thebes I'reclnct. 2 U)
Ja.por Jirown, Judge ol election, Thebes
1'rerlnct 2 00
t'riali MuCollum, Judge of election, T hebes
Prenlnei 2 w
II. C lUrkhausen, clerk of election, Thebes
I'recnu'i -....A : yu
etere Mnrrhlldou, clerk of election,
Thebes I'reclnct 2 to
Jesse Olssgow, Judge of election, HrntnKe
precinct. M 2 09
David Kterhart. judge of eleclloi., Hants Ye
I'reclncU 2 00
J. C. .Mcl'lielers, Judge of eleetion Wanlu Yo
precinci 2 00
W. W. M. Mcl'lielers, clerk of election, San
ta Ke 1'ii-ciiict 2 00
James II. Mul'helers, clerk of election,
nama ru 1 reciiiui , i uo
Robert Ross, Juilgo of election, liooso Is.
land Precinct 2 Ol
Jcpse Jackson, Jtidgnof election, (loose Is
land I'reclnct - 2 00
John Hillings. Judge of election In Moose la-
innu preciuci 2 00
K. Dlckerson. cleifc of election In (iooso Is
laud precinct 2 00
John lllsliop, clerk nf election In (loose Is
land precinct 2 00
James L. Sanders, Judge of election In Clear
Creek precinct 2 00
John II. Hams, Judge of election In Clear
Creek precinct 2 00
John II. Noble, Judge of election In Clear
Creek precinct 2 00
J, C. Morgan, clerk 0( election in Clear
Creek precinct 2 00
Wlllmrn Custeail, clerk of election In Clear
Cieek precinct 2 00
Tho bills of Httlliday Bros, for coal for
521 nnd tf.2, nnd of A. II. Irvin,
sheriff, for $lli.20 for bulanco of compen
sation foi conveying John Puts to insano
asylum, nnd for 554.70 for balanco of com
pensation for conveying Bosnnna Burkoto
insano nsylum, woro severally rojoctod.
City Fin ances. Account of Scrip paid
and cuncolled by Josoph It. Tuylor, City
Troasuror, from August 1, 1871, to August
5" 2! o 1 "horn Issuod, g
Feb, lsc M7 1'. Hitigerald, JulyCer. f 9 00
Apr. 2 U07 4276 H. Kiser 3 00
May 7 " Hit Mary Kearney 30 (K)
Jan. 4 ISiJ'.l CI." 1 Cairo City Uas Co 1:7 00
JunolO 1S70 7223 Jno, Wood IS 00
"HI " 72:0 Waller lieKoo 6 00
Oct. 13 " 4 J110, Hi land, now series 76 00
Dec. A " Mi Jos. II. Tmlor 100 00
Jan. 12 1871 116 U. It. Woodward 12 M
II W. Ilambrick 60 00
i:iu Jos. Ii. Taylor loo 00
11 A. K.chbock 26 00
1U Henry Iittner 20 oil
ltl II Ablu 6 00
1M Rough 4 Heady l'ire Co. 69 C6
172 Thomas Wllsoi 27 77
187 John P. Ilely 6 00
219 ArabKiroCo 102 46
390 p, Kwccnoy 6 00
317 hamo 1 00
319 Haine 60
0J0 Wm, II, Koberlsou 36 00
UEAUTIFUL biscuits follow nillnl'n balr
'ng powdor. ngi3
cine"1 SllUh '0lU 1aUinSor, mM
Money refundod if Olllai'a .0,!. ,inri'i
AV'el. regulated flirilics llsu (lol,4
Try (llllof doublo..tf;r;Bih extract.
Oili.et'h washing crystal make wah
cay. og t3
The best placo to buy chool book is at
w . ji. Jlockwell & Uo.'.
OYSTEns. Loul Herbert ha alwaa on
hand n fresh supply of Soddlo Itock ov
KlNDLINU. 600 " glass boxe " fnr anln
l 0 Cent each. "W. V. Tlinnvrnv
Wanted At tho Dolmonlco ifni.i
Hundred weekly boardor. Flvo meal
each day, price C per week.
n"B2'Jtr Wm. Winter.
Sleepino Booms ion Bent Tn
well ventilated lcoping rooms in City Na
tlonal Bank building. Apply to
EI) W A HI) DEZONIA,
At City National Bank.
Notice The undersigned will liav tin
debts contracted In her name, unless her
written ordor for tho eoodi can hr, r.
turned with tho bill.
Mr-i. C. McOee.
Cairo, Sept. 2, 187L
We would call tho attention t.r .,is
country friend who want to get good
picture to call on J. .1. Thomas, who has
very pleasant trnl orv on Commerrlal
avenue for their accotnmodallon. and Is
really the belt nrtit wo have had In Cairo
or a long tuna. jf
Fresu Oysters. I am now recoMnr.
dnily, thecolobratcd C. S.Mallby' II. and
-31 Drana or rrcli ovsters. which am unrl.
vailed, and for talo by tho can or case on
the most reasonable terms, try them, nl-
nnjs Tnrrninou t;oou BIIU ireill.
If 1L-.. Ilf
I . IT I.1TEH.
Kynaston. Thi popular butcher will
re-open hit meat market on Commnrelal
avonuo, noxt door to Carroll' grocery, on
Saturday next, and invite a rcnowal ol
tho liberal patronago bo hat horetofore re
ceived from tho people of that portion of
the city. did
Aid Society. The aid ocietv of tho
ladle of tho First Dant'.t church, corner
of Tenth and Cedar troot, will entertain
tho colored public with a festival and sup
per. Wo are informed bv Mr. Slmres
the pastor, that tho supper will throw into
tno siiado any upper horetororo spread in
Notice ok Bemoval. J. C. Carson has
removed his agency to hi building, No.
150, near the cornor of Tenth street and
Commercial avenue, where may bo seen a
full stock of musical, instrument, sheet
music and notions. Also a laruo lot of tho
celebrated Wheeler & Wilson sewing
PlIlLLir Bauoh i muitor of his trade.
and warrants all of his work to bo of the
very lett material and manufacture; guar
antees a complete 111 and entire satisfac
tion, is not confined to nny'particular stylo,
but makes ovcrv variety of boot und shoes
from tho heaviest cowhido to thu finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also keens
a luri'n stock on hand, of hit own manufac-
o 1 '
lure, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at hi shop on Eighth it., south side,
near corner of Ohio lover, Cairo. dtf
Noticb for Contractors. Bids for
tho construction of a new Catholic church
will be taken till Monday, September
11th, 12 o'clock, a.m.
Plans and specification can be seen at
the residence of Father O'Halloran, Cairo.
Further information to be given by the
architect, A. Druiding, St. Louis, S. E.
corner Olivo and Fifth. Lowest bidder
will get tho contract, on giving security
for the whole amount.
Notice. I will phv u reward of $lo for
the discovery of tho wheroohout of my
daughter, who it i feared by mo was kid
napped by a parly or parties unknown on
Sunday last, and brought to Culro from
her homo noar Carriceo Landing, Ky.
Sho is about eighteen years of age, fair
complcxioncd, light hair, has it small tear
on tho forohend, and had on when sho left
a cotton homespun dress, nnd nn old stylo
sun-bonnet of tho same material. Her
name it Slary Ann Hudson. Information
n reforenco to hor may bo left at Phil
.1. A. 11UD60N.
Culro, Sept. 6, 1871. scCd3t
Notice. Chris. Anthcs has opened hi
now meat market In PuulSchuh' old druy
ttoro, two doors below tho poit ofllco)
on Commercial avenuo, and invite all hi
acquaintances too trial of his cut moats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, sausago, cVc, &c.
Also cornod beef, pork nnd bacon. Hi
shop is kept in tho best of stylo, nnd his
customers served with nontnos and dis
patch. Tho proprietor, Mr. Anthos, him
solf attends to tho shop, and his custom
ers may always fool nssurod of fair nnd
honorablo treatment, full weight, and tho
right change back, whether thoy soud their
children, or servants or attend market
The New Wilson. Smith & Biink-
moyer, corner Commercial nvonuo und
Eighth street, aru soiling tho New Wilson
Undor-Fcod Shuttle Sewing Machlno, the
best and choapest machine in tho world.
It it told $20 cheaper than nny other ma
chlno. Some of tho many ndvanlago
claimed for it aro as follow !
1st. It I as durablo, well llnUhod, and
costs ns much to manufacture as other
First-class Machines; but sells for somo
i2d. For homming and foiling it is un
surpassed. 3d. That it i tho simplest shuttle '
4th. It has loss wearing purl.
Dth. It has no grooved cams, ball joints,
compound cranks, or cog whools.
oth It Is adapted to a larger range of
work, without change, than Any othor machine.
At Jorgenson's may bo found tho pop
ular French assorted pickles, if
Whoro Do You
Buy Your Orocorlos?
Evorybody goon to Jorgensen' family
gorcory for tho Halford Lelcheiter.hl'n
Oo to Parkjr & Ulako' for window
Bln, putty, etc. aug2Cdlm
,.,7f".rK0".',c" B Efct run for Capt.
White's oriental plcklos. tr'
Sell Cheaper OrocorU
Can be Bought
-Go to P.rkcr ic Blako'. for w.ll p..
per, window ihadc, etc. nugawiin
-Shrive' celebrated 11 o'olcck lunch
oyeiter at Jorgensen . x(
Thoio French Cherrlcn, In yrup, 10
popular with connoiimrt are told by Jor
Go lo Fnrkor & Blako's for lam
lamp chimney, paint br ushci, etc.
Go to Jorgeoon' for Imrjortod Dun.
dee oranco marmalade. th r.i.t.r.i
London cryttal vinecar. in ouart. and
cholco Oonoeto fig. tf
Oo to Parker & Blake', corner Cora-
mercial avenuo and 11th street, for Aurora
A Fino Aiiortment
Wm. Ehlert, at hit shop on 20th street
it still manufacturing every variety of
boot and shoes from gonulne French calf
(he uses no other kind) which ho tells
roidy made or made to ordor at price
that defy competition. JySOtf.
Tho most popular shoe shop In town
is on 20th street opposite the court house
hotel, where Wrn. Ehler manufacture
boots and ahoes for his customer, warrant
ed to be of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guanraleca to givo
entire satisfaction. Call on him nnd you
will know how it is vourself. iy'-'Gtf
A New Stock
Ton, Coffcei and Sugar
Mr. F. P.oso has removed hi tailoring
establishment to his now store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. Ho keeps on hand a
splendid assortment of piece goods which
he will make up for hit cuitomer in a
manner warranted to suit. Ho employ
only tho best workmen, and givo hit
personal attention to the business. Per
fect fitt guaranteed. Prlcos reatenablo.
Call and sec him. aug301m
The Chicago Beer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, No. 24 and 28 Eighth
treet, i a favorlto place of retort with all
lovers of Weiss' Beer, Liquor of every
description, and a'l kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. No ordinary liquors are
dispensed at the bar of tke saloon only
tho very best, and guest find in attend
unco polite and accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is tpread overy day at 10
o'clock: a.m. aual7U.
At Eichhoff Bros.,' Factory,
Soil Furniture for Cub ;
Twenty per cent.
Lower than any other Dealer in Cairo.
Our I urnituro
Mndo out of Seasoned Lumber,
and will bo
Iniurod for Six Month.
A Karo Chanco
-William Alba' barbor lop it grow
ing In public favor ovory day, It i neat
ly fitted up, nnd cttn boast of tho most
skillful workmen In tho city, ine pro
prietor bat had many year' experience in
his business and Is rocogtiizod a one of the
most export shavers In Southern Illinois),
whilo young Alba I a mator In his pro
fession. Citizen! and ttrangert who with
a painless tbavo, a luiurlom shampooing,
or their hair eut in tho latest stylo hould
patronize Alia. Ills shop Is on Commer
cial avenuo noxt door to Hannon's newt
Go to Dr. McGuuloy for Battlngor s Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro tno cmm.
Notice. Parker & Blako hav removed
to Bro' brick storo, on Commorclal ave
nue, second door from tho cornor of IHU
troct. Thoy havo addod to their alroady
lurgo tock of paint, oil, window glas,
wall papor, shade, lamp, varnUho, etc,
nnd invito tho public gonorally to call on
them In their now quartor. Thoy make
a speciality of tho celebrated Aurora oil,
which thoy will supply to tboir customers
In quantities from a half pint to ten bar
rels, at much less cost than coal oil, and
warrant it not to explode. aug20dlm
Kkliaiile and Sake. Dr. Henry
Boot nnd Plant Pills nro mild and ploaso
ant In their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Doing en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to dlot or business. They
arouso tho liver and secrctivo organ into
healthy action, throwing off disease with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system
Try them and you will bo satisfied
Prlco 25 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and doalors In mcdicino ovcrywhero
Prepared by tho Grafton Mcdicino Co., fit
Louis, Mi myMm