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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1671.
North, througn............... MOa.m. SMOp.n
Way tp.m. ll;pw
Pouih, way 12.15 p.m. i'i"P ro'
Through N. O., .Mem
phis and Columbus LMp"' .lOOp.tn,
OUio River route, (eiiepl
Monday) ...... - e;00p.m. t.OOp.m.
Iron Mountain R. It 2:30e.m. 11:00 p.m.
Ml.s, Iliver route, Tueeday
and Friday ... e.w p.m.
Thctt", Ooo.e iln(l A Hunt
f, Ills., Thursday A Fri
day.. !.... fcOOp.m.
(;Cfll, Ulandville ad
loteta'e, Kjr ..........ll:O0a.m.
Grr.tral Delivery - .... ItXK.m.
(Sundays 8 to ta.m.)
loner Order derailment... t.V) a.m
Register " s.ooa.m. t.w p.m.
Money Order and Keiltter departments not
open en Sundays.
TIM E TADLE OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
n- ,nA n,r HnndaT. Mar H.h.im. the follow
ing tiroe-ublc trill govern the arrival and depart
ure of piDr trains at t-airo i
flwrf-Msil train, daily H: p.m,
Express, daily 2.tJp.m
.tmrt-Mall.dalty - 3:30a.n,
Exnrtss. dally, except Sunday 3:30 p.m
No change of car from Cairo to Bt. Louis. o
chanae of cere from Cairo to C'jlcago. Mfiant
lralng Room deeping cars on night trains
lUceute checked lb all Important points.
The attention of ehlppers Is especially
led to the fact that a r'rult Eipr-'ss train will
ve Cairo dally, Saturdays eipoctjd, and will
alee the run from this city lo Chicago In menty
two hours. J.tj JoH.VSO.V. Agent.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, I.ocisville, Cincinnati, Ciii
caoo, Xiw Yoitu, Boston,
POINTS EAST .AND "WEST.
I'.-.fcr tra'ns arrive at and lea re Cairo at fol
lowai viiL. nrataa 1
Attlti. , 3l3ua.m 3l30 p.m.
lunar lli3H.m. ai3 p.m.
Both train conncet at Centralla with train on tne
Fam, leeatur, Bloomlngtcn, El Paao, I.a Sill,
lieodou, Freeport, Oalena, Dubuque, and
all point! In Illinois Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
f.tne running Kat and West' for
Si. Loui. Hpfngfi eli, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Imianapolii, Cotumbui.
And at Cliicago with Michigan Central. Michigan
Southern, and Piltburg. Kort Wayna
nnd Cnicago lUllroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, milladelphia,
.Viagra Kail?, Krie, Butlalo.
.Sew Trt, I'ittaburK, Baltimore,
AKI) ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tickets and information, apply to
lllionii Onliat ltailroad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
C'eneral Pasaenger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent. Cain .
springfield and illinois
southeastk::n h. k.
On after Monday, April 2Uh, 1871, trains wll
run ai follows t ,
mm coiao roCTIIUST.
Leate Virginia t:. a.m
" yringtield .S)S "
" Tajlortille lU-SJ "
ArmeU I'aiui.. 11:16 m
" 1ivloniH....Vi7 .
Arnte alSpriseldmCili "
I.o Jjt)iugal4 ..Ci "
,. 3.W "
,. iM "
TBAiav somg tu'iutnt.
Leuo Kdgeood...... 5:30 n m lO.Hin.in.
" Flora....... 8:24 H:IU "
Arrire at fchawnceiou3:Mp m" 6;i5 p.m
Taitxs coiao koetiiwut.
l.eaie .,liawneelon....6:l5 a.m .. S.JOp.m
" Flor 2:M ' 7,W
Arrire at Kdgevood ISO ' t.'.'U "
The 5:30 a.m. jramrom Edgewood, runn only
Monday. WnlneaiJaygAnd frulaya, and J:na.m.
train from Sdawneetown on Tlleda)s, Trtur.
day and Saturdays... I
Coinwta ai Ashland with Jckonvi!le division
nf Chicago and Alton It illroad. for J wknocTille,
ren-r.oii g, MaaonUlty.ana all nolnt meat.
At SprlnfleM, with Cblcago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabaah and Weatern Uallrovl, tnr
Hloomlngttn, Chleano,nnd all pnlatu north, north
wot nn.i mi .
At Tana with Ind. and SI I.ouik, nnd Illinois
Central ltailroad lor all (mints cut, aouih and
At Klcewood with Chicago I)iiiian Illmnl.
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mlasiasippi Ilailroad.
AtMnnceton, with steamtwais for Cincin
nati, I'iluciih.C.rro sndSt. l.oui.
Jons foajirr, Oen'l Fr'ct and Ticket Ak'i.
S, MUG HAM, M.
Onl'e No, M Onnmerclal avenue. OJHce
hour. to 10j.,n., ao.ll lo ;i p m. Uetidenef,
No it, .Ninth street, Cfro illluois.
A. WADG YMAl'i, M 1).,
Y) li.-I UN, Furveon nnd Accnuheur, formerly
JL of Am.a, Union County, Illinois,' U per
muniLilr loiatej m (nlr. tilllte-Comrnercial
atfa.e, ltetn Kieath and Ninth streets West
WILLIAM H.'FMITII, M. J).
!F.MliESCK-.Nu. ji Thirteenth ktreet. be.
X V. 'wen nflnnjjon avenue and Walnut atre t.
u -u CanuiSfreiaLiirejiue, up Haira.
JlF.siriF.NCn-cornfrNiUh and Walnut sts.
tO-two-M,,!.,, j,Ui, anj 0,io iM,fi
Ece hgur-froi .m. to 1 rn., and ti p.m
COHNF.R B1XTH ash WALNUT-ST,
(F.ntranee on Hlxtb-it.,1
OaKF.-i,CAl)T k 00.' proprietors.
COVtMEHClAI.-AVr.SUE, OPPOSITE T. 0,
OA I JIO. ILLS.
The Howe is Nkwl. Vuunibhku
t 't ;
And oBera to the public first-class accommoda
llonii ut ituonuble rates.
Opposite the Poatoffico, on nth Street between
Washington and Cou-mercia avenues,
This house lias been thoroughly over-hauled,
refurulslied and renovated, and is now open for
Mil recaption of nutate. The rooms are all large
and well rastlloiad, And fuahiture new. H'atch
kMtcljtitatid aay. ' ' HKH. OAWKET, t
fMir f k I'roprletreei.
1)K.MOCRATIC COUNTY CON
VKNTlON. Aconrentlruof iho Democratia party It hereby
railed to meet at tne cai.finnum 111 i.wo, on
Tuesday the Uih dity cf feplembcr, l7l,atonc
o'clock, i m. for the purpoao of reloctlng del.
egatcatothe Democratic State Contention to.be
held in STlUf;flfld on tho 4th day of Ottofr,
1871, for nominate! candidate for Count)
Treurcr at the coining 'otumbr election, mid
thetroartion of audi other bulne i may
ilfcmed ne.-eMary by ld coacntlon when
Jr the appointment of delegate? to aald coun
ty contention, the uemocrau in uieeiii !
cln"t In Alexaiuer county are nerej- "
and reqiieiled to hotd precinct meeting at
thalr reio clle placea of hulling electlona on
Saturday tho Uth day of September, 1171, at 2
n'elnck. n in. The numper of de'.egatea to which
each precinct 'entitled being a follow, tlii
n..u,..l 2 Clercreeu
TheleB.... ania re.......
I70jy ..,. M 1 l.OO IPIIUI'l
unif Toolh S North Cairo
oiUh Cairn -13
, order o, dem.C J.CEN.COM.
STEAMER A. BAKEH,
Cairo and Cape Girardeau
J. II. HAY, Mnater,
Will leave Cairo for Cape Oirardeiit erery Tues
day and Friday, at 8 o'clock, A.m., .and returning
will leae Cape Oirardeau eery 1edncd;y and
Saturday mornings at tht fame hour. For freight
and paa.fge apply on l)Qd.
JOHN A. KOEULEB,
Manulacturer ol all kinds of
RIFLES AND PISTOLS.
KEYS MADE TO ORDER.
All Kinds of
Work Mad BepaJrlag
COMMCBCIAL-AV., A FCW DoOEl BlLOW
Powder, Shot, Capa and, ll 'aorta ! Cartridge
constanuy on nana. iepmi
Eiiitua BrutTix : Please announce me aa
candidate lor re-election to the office of County
Treasurer, subject to the decialon of the demo
cratic contention. WILLIAM MAItTlN.
rublUhed every ntornlBf, HBI)r x
Dr. and Mrs. Arter have returnod to
tho city after a protracted tour in the
Col. Taylor roturncd from St. Louis
vestcrdnv. Tho C. &St. L. R. R. is "all
right "no hitch.
The stcamor Baker has entered the
Cm j io Girardeau trado again, undor 'the
command of Cupt. J. II. Ray.
The Enterprise Savings Bank hat pur
chased tho building now occupied by tho
express company nnd Halliday Brothers.
.fudge .Mulkcy will leave Silver Lake,
Michigan, whero bo has been sojourning
for some time, for home, tho latter part
of this week.
Tho do,;s of the city continue, to bo
afllictedby the shot-gun of Marsliil Cain.
Ho sends u few to " kingdom come" orory
The colored force of sidewalk laborers
are repairing tho walk nround tho Twelfth
(street school home, arid when they have
that job completed, will work out along
W'nostolo Jonkins' adz? Will the
wbilo radical regency, who held a secret
meeting tho.night before tho outrage, an
swer? We vtmturu to uy they 'will re
main ns dumb ns oysters.
Samuel -McGce, John Collini, Kdward
Kellv nnd Mearrv Kennedy, steamboat
people, wero boforo Bross yostorday,
charged with disorderly conduct. Thoy
wero each lined K and costs.
The baby that Ocorgo Fiirnsworlb is
bragging so much uhout is a boy, and
weighs a ton. In fact Hint baby is a won
der and a mystery, und tho fond parents
know it is iht baby of all tho world.
The Iliberniun I'rj company will hold
its eleventh annual meeting to-night.
During the past year this company has in
creased it numbers greatly, and is now
ono ot tho best companies in tho city, ,
Tho Piilaski'Sabhaih-school convontion
now in session. It has boon suggested
that we should go up and give tho conven
tion a' Sunday-school talk but, unfortu
nately, we need a missionary to talk Sun
day-school to us.
Cupt. Dugan was In search of us all
ay yesterday with a loaded shot-gun on
his shoulder. Wo don't know what he
wished to tell us; but, wo presume ho was
hunting us in order to dispose of somo o(
It has been proposed, by the anti-
colored republicans, that Gladnoy and
Ward shall run a foot raco for tho radical
nomination for county treasurer. Wo are
satlificd, and will buck Gladnoy by a wa
ger 01 M).
Wo call attention to the card of John
A. Koehlcr, the gunsmith, published in
another column. Mr.Koehleeia . ,..,
class workman. He makes i-. ,-. .,inv
and does all kinds of gunsmith work and
A mats mtctlng of tho
Cairo, called to take Into consideration tho
of water to the far. engine, of the city, U
beheld at tho Lull of the l(n,.,V '
Beady s on Monday mght, ,1Clt,
-Mr. Wblttlesy tiditor of lho Kvans.
Villo Courier, called on us on Wednesday
Ho is a sterling democrat, & forcible
writer, and an enthusiastic advocate of the
claims of Mr. Hcndrbks for tho democrat,
ic nomination for tho presidency.
Tho game of base ball, played ye ster.
day on the olt grounds, between tho Ju
veniics, of Mound City, nd tho Clipper,
of Calr6, resollod In n victory for tho
Clippers. Tho boy of tho city took a
great Intcreat In tho game, nd wore
present during the contoit in great force.
If you "Want
Keys MhJo to Urdar
John A. Koohlor'i,
Commercial Avenue, a fow doors below
tbo Post office.
"Wo publish cliowbero tho announce-
ment of Mr. Wm. Martin as a candidate
for re-election to tho office of county treas
urer, ilr. Martin Is n eentloman who is
respected by all hit acquaintances. Ills
honesty Is above suspicion, nnd ho has a
host of warm personal and political
Sim ltittcnbouso bns returned to
Cairo', lie couldn't stay Bway,'a'id Is now
pretending that ho .only left on a flying
visit to friends In Cincinnati. Who can
Icava Cairo and remain abicnt ? Cairo
l, in point of fact, to n Cnlroitc, wbat
London was to .the j, poet Pope, a "dear,
damned, distracting town," which every
body curses and every body likes.
A young colored man, of rcspcclnblo
connections, becoming somcwhut drunk
in imitation of his whito radical friends,
indulged In abuso of two colored ladies on
Wednesday night, and was fined $5 and
costs. Ho requested us to suppress his
name, and our democratic bcatt was
touched. We could not refuso tbo re
quest. Hut, let us suggest to him that ho
must look out for tho Sun.
Mabbiaoe Ouidk. Interesting work,
numorous engraving", 224 pages. Price
60 conts. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Strcot, St. Louis,
Mo. Sec Advertisement.
Annual Mkitinq or the Hibernians.
Tho eleventh annual meeting of tho
Hlbornian flro engine company will be
held on Friday evening, 8th inst for tho
purpose of electing tho following officers,
Tic: a President; a Yico-Prcsldent ; t
Secretary: a Treasurer: a foreman of
Engine; an Assistant Foreman of Engine,
a, Foreman of lloto; an Assistant Fore'
man of Hose; a Pipo Holder and aides
senger. A full attendance Is requested.
By order of tho President.)
T. M. Lovitt, Secretary.
Hotkl Arrivals. The following wore
tho arrivals at the St. Charles hotel ysster-
W. E. Ellthorpo, Chicago.; F. A. Mc
Donald. Weston. Mo James B. Frank
lin. Indiana: Geo. Grceson. V. 8. Nj
Capt. Barnard, St. Louis ; T. B. Vallottc,
uootjeistanai jonn w. caKej,j-.auiTiue,
Ky.; E.IV.-Bertrand, New York; W. J.
Grifflng, New Orleans; A. Goldsmith, St.
Louis; K. W. Miller, city; K. C. GUn
ville and Y. F., J'olo, rCal, F. H. Kick,
Paducah, Ky.; Miss S. Purincton, same ;
Geo. Palmer, str. T. F. Eckert; B. F.
Olue, Jackson, Tenn.; W. M. Taylor, New
Orleans; Ged. A. Haywood, Memphis.
Illinois Cikiiui. Rtuaoaii CoMraar,')
AotM't Ornts, September 7, 1J71. j
We will commence the ealo of tickets to
the1 Joncsboro Fair, on September 11th
and discontinue on tho 16th. Tickets
ood until the ICth inclusive. Faro
round trip, $1.90.
The salo of tickets to tho Union Fair, to
bo'holdcn at Centralla, will commence on
September 18th, and bo discontinued after
doparturo ot A. M train, Septembor 23d.
Tickets good until the 23d, inclusive
Faro, round trip; $5.50. Tickets will bo
onj.sale to parties' really 'going to attend
tho Union Fair a't Cenifalla-H)n and after
,tho ISthj but to nono others.
' Who A'eTht? Tho Pulaski Pitfrtof,
of the Cth inst., says that "a drunkon Cairo
crowd mode thomsolves appear anything
but, decent men yestcrday.afternoon. If
thoy supposo that Mound City society is
such as to relish such lawless drunken
criers, thoy will doubtless undertake to
repeat tho performance. Lot tho Marshal
procure their name, and arrest them, if
necessary, one by one, ton yoars honce."
Opod Patriot, bo gentle. You aro too
virtuous by half, and you nru not just ex
actly truthful. You have mado a rnistako
in your mon. Cairoites nover get drunk,
and thoy nru all decent. There is not n
hinnln 6'a'iro who1 tastes or touches any
liquid stronger than buttermilk ; but when
they visit 'Mound 6ity and aro compelled
to indulgo in the blue lick water vended
there, no wonder thoy becomo liko.tho in
habitants of that benightod burg nnd
make fools of themselves. ''
A Shameful Outiiauk, Wo have bcon
awaro of tho fact, that tho white republi
cans of tho city woro very 'indignant bo-
ciuso colorod republicans had boon placed
on thojidowalks as laborers, but wo did
not bellove they would resort to any mean
conduct to compel the black man to dis
continue honest labor for daily broad
But we aro 'compelled to announco tbo
fact, that, on tho night of tho day on
which Tin Bulletin exposed tho duplic
ity of the whito radicals, ithe adz of Mr,
Jenkins, foreman of the colored laborers,
was stolen. 'The adr, its is 'known to all
who are posted in sidewalk building, is an
indispensible Imploment, and, It must,
therefore, bo clear to every porson, that the
person who stole the adc desired to com
pel the colorod workman to discontinue
work.' Who was that person T That is a
more important question than "To be or
not to1 be." We ask the Sutu to answer.
Wo cballoogo it to answer. We had a
bettor opinion of tho radicals. Wo kr.ow
they would backblto and abuso the poor
black man, but wo did not bolievo they
would seek, to injure him by capturing his
tools in tho night time. Shame on thorn I
Wo respectfully call tbla outrage to tho
attention of the democratic convontion
that meets on tho 10th inst. It is a sub-
jocV that demands tbo attention of till
good democrats. Can they? will they 7
shall theyl stand quietly by, and, without
protost, witness this radical outrago on the
rights of colored labor? No; thoy must
demand a municipal ku-klux bill, so that
martial law tntiy bo proclaimed by the
council, and these radical outrages re
pressed) Uillkt'h washing crystal makes wash
Ing easy, ag 13
FESTIVAL AND CONCERT,
ht tiik lady members ok rt. Joseph's
catholic church, at schkel's ham,
TUESDAY, 12TH INST. rnoOBAMME.
Tho ladles of St. Joscnh's CiUhullc con
gregation have organized themsolves into
a socloty, tho mission of which is lo pto-
viuo the wnys nnd means for decorating
tho church, and 'urnlshlng tlio ornaments
for the altar. In furtbornnco of this oli-
ct they have concluded to give a grand
concert nnd festival, at Sclieel's hull, on
Tuesday evening, 12th -Inst. Tho pro
gramme of tho proposed concert Is ns fol
By Professor Iscnborg's String Band.
1. The March of Coronation Strauss
I ho Wines of the Nlitit..-.
4. The Temptation .
8. Aria of Oiace ,
51 v Poor Heart
3. The Dream or Youth
A cboico selection of Solos, Duets, Fer
rets, and Quartettes will be sung by
Messrs. Scbleslngcr, Schuh, Merkcl, Belz
ncr and Mcndol.
Supper will bo spread at 9 o'clock, and
will consist of oystors in every stylo,
cakes and all scasonablo edibles that can
bo obtained from tho market.
Tho concert will commence at 8 o'clock.
Tickets, 50 cents.
' HOARD OF ALDERMEN,
Coi'KCiL CiiAXBti., C.lro, III,,!
iiept. ft, 1871,
Regular meeting of the Hoard of Aldermen.)
Aid. ltcnrdon in tho chair.
Present Cunningham, Rearden, Strat
um and Wftldcr 4.
A quorum not being present, on motion
of Aid. Straiten the Board adjourned, to
meet to-morrow evening at 7J o'clock.
M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
CocnctL CiiAMiia, Cairo, Ills,
Tho Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Aid. Roardcn in tho chair.
Present Buder, Cunningham, Fitzger
aid, Klob, Mctcalf, Rearden and Stra'.ton
Absent Carroll, Sease, Swayne, Wal
der and Winter 0.
The bill of II. H. Williams, amounting
to $80.37, which was referred to the comp
troller, was reported back by him as cor
rect. Aid. Buder moved to allow. Curried as
Ayes Buder, Fitzgerald, Rearden nnd
Nays Cunningham, Kleb nnd Mctcalf
No furthor business appearing, on mo
tion of Aid. Fitzgerald, tho BoardJ ad
journed. M. J. Howley,
An Apolooy. Our neighbor of the Sun
has, for some roason unaccountablo to us,
taken our friendly interrogatories concern
ing his position on tho colorod question
sorely to heart. This fact wo regret.
Nothing was farther from our intention
than tho giving of olTenso to ono wo so
highly esteem. Tho fact is, It is nono of
our business if he does hato a nigger. Wo
knew ho was bitterly opposed to the policy
of putting colored men on tho sidewalks,
a policy wo promptly endorsed, and wo
wero not ignorant of tho fact that ho could
nottoleratoaucgroin his presence, and had
driven that great and good man, Bov. Mr.
Shores, from tho list of his pat
rons. Wo know nil tnts, nnu
thought our friend Davis, who is, wo aro
informed, u distant relativo of Mr. J. Da
vis, lata president of tho late Southern
Confederacy, could endure to bo joked on
tbo subject. We accordingly had our
"say" and gave oQ'ense. Wu therefore
humbly beg pardon, nnd assure tho Sun
that we don't caro a "cuss" how intense
ly it may hato the noblo colored man. Wo
An Ornament to Broahway. Broad
way, Now York, is famous throughout tho
civilized world for its innumorous min
gled attractions. It liua upon its almost
intcrminublo length some cf tho finest
buildings in' tho world; nnd to praise any
thing short of grandeur itself would scum
extravagant. Hut a recent hotel addition
has seemingly placed competition of that
sort out of question
Whero tho now Grand Contral hotel
renrs its lofty head and palatial front, all
surrounding buildings seem to dwindle in
to insinidcancc, while its massive wings
cover nnd overshadow un entire block. It
can hardly bo passed without an cxprcs
sion of admiration, nnd curious strangers
h&vo Hocked in thousands to seo it. In
sizo, splendor, and perfection of appoint
ment, It has no rival on tho Amorlcan con
tinent, and wo may say, ainco tho destrue
tion of tho Uotol do Ville in Paris, it has
no superior in tho old world or in tbo
Few papers in tho country have neglect
cd to describo it nt leu gtb, in terms of
nrniso. Its hueh halls and grand ex
changes ; its suites of parlors furnished in
Oriental taste and luxury; its spacious
dining halls, the largest in tho world ; its
marble stairways; its richly furnished ap
partments, reached by tbo largest parlor
elevator ovor mado; its carefully served
tables, and attentive servants, all servo to
dovelopo but a portion of its attractions as
a mrdel hotel.
Under tbo able administration of II.
Lyman Powors, its courteous, proprietor,
each departmont Is mailoto work In porfect
harmony and systom. A guest of his
never fails to esteem him, and to feel at
homo at tho Grand Central. Ho has shown
rare foresight In fixing his schedulo of low
prices a completo innovation upon tho
rates of olhor hotels. Tho Grand Contral
is now tho favorlto resort for distinguish
ed South orn and Wcctorn men.
Sleeping Booms for Rent. Ton
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
Cairo, III., Sept. 710:40, p.m.
War Department, Signal Service, U. S.
A. division of telegrams and reports for
the benefit of Commerce. Tho following
is tlm ulllclnl meteorological record for tho
24 hours ending 10:40, p. m.
18 .ROMKTtRl TlltaWnMETtn.
New Orleans, Ln
I'ittsbiirKh, i'n ...
8t, Lonla, Mo
St. Paul, Minn
Wasiiinoton. SoDtcmbcr 7. Tho bar-
nmctcr lias fallen sinco Wednesday cvo-
ning nl tho Itocky mountain and north
westorn stations. Tho high prcssuro in
n Minnesota is now central over lake
Michigan, and the low prcssuro of lake On
tario is now cast of Maine. A disturbance
In Georgia has moved vory litttlo north
cast, nnd apparently has began to decend,
hut tho rain nnu ciouav wcainor wnicn ex
tended last night to Vorglnln is now con-
lined to tho immediate coast.
Clear weather is now reported very gen
erally cost of tho Mississippi rtvor, with
smok'o nnd hnzo from Lako Huron to tho
Tonncsseo rivtr nnd L&koOntarlo. Fresh
southerly winds now provall in Iowa and
.Minnesota; nnu nortnwcsi winus navo
succeeded tho southerly winds of Wednes
day in Now England. Light winds now
prevail nt the southern ana gun stations.
Cloar and nlcasant weather aro probablo
Friday In tho mlddlo and eastern states.
On tho lower lakes tbo barometer is
rising; and probably cloudy or clear
weather for southorn nnd gulf statos. Fall
ing barometer and increasing cloudiness
for tho upper lakes, ana threatening
weather in the northwest.
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
SEPTEMBER TERM, 1871.
WEDNESDAY MORNINO, 9 O'CLOCK, SEPTEM
BER 0, 1871 THIRD DAY.
Tho following named persons wore al
lowed tho sums set opposite their respect
ive names as per bills filed, and orders or
dored to be drawn on the county treasurer
August Gust & Co.. for blank bonds for St.
Louis railroad 1130 00
Illinois Mutual Fire Insurance company
of Alton, for rremluui on colic of Insur
ance on court house - 87 SO
Satrurd, Morris A Candee, for insurance on
court house ... 287 60
II. A. Hannon. tor stailonerr lor circuit
clerk............. ..m 10 10
William Martin, usessor, for 100 cays in
assessing county - 300 00
Alexander II. lrvin. for haud-cutls. etc .
tor prisoners 8 U)
J. II. Metcalf, for ice luruished at court
house 33 73
William Holden. for delivering: election no.
ticea - . 10 CO
Alexander H. lrvin, for amaunt paid out
on account of John McKlvoy, a county
Illinois HUto Hospital lor Insane, in lieu
of orders destroyed by the court-
Trnmuel Parker, in lieu of order de.lror-
ed by court - - 1 60
s, Morcriuaoo, lor bringing pou oooas to
J. 9. (janJers, for bringing poll books tj
Willis Caubell, for bringing poll books to
Cairo - - -
Wlllium J. Milford, for bringing poll books
to Calm -
Jatnen Mulcahy, for bringing poll books to
Cairn - -
Wm. W. M. Mcl'heteri., for bringing poll
liooks 10 Cairo .....
Tho following named persons wero so
lectcd as grand jurors, to serve at the next
term of tho circuit court: Maurice Fitz
gerald, Jacob Biggie, B. B. Noble, James
Cruse, Isaiah B. Vick, James M. Allen
John P. Walker, James Craig, Euglene B
Garity, Wcsloy N. Stewart, Abraham
Brown, Wiley Cleutts, V. S. Bartlett,
John Uinos, James Lemon, Marlon Davis,
N. Uunsacker, R. M. Morgan, Christ. An
thes, Joseph Crowloy, F. D. Bcxford,
Charles Corzine, Patrick Burke
Tho following namod persons were ap
pointed petit jurors to servo as such at the
noxt term of the circuit court, viz : "W il
liam M. Alherton, John Millor, William
Dunning, John Dunning, Benjamin Dex
ter, Elvis II. Hunter, Lowls Palmer, John
H. Abernathy, James Anderson, Edward
Adams, William McWllliam, Alfred Cor
zine. Jam;s Hutchison, A. M. Caublc,
John Dillow. C. A. Sanders, Allon J.
Daniels. M. Dccilder, Charles Kyle,
Charle3 Lancaster, Ferdinand Koehler,
Charles Fishor and Arnold Lippitt,
Tho bill cf F. M. Warren & Bro., for ten
cups for jail, nmounting to $2.10, purchased
on ordor of Jailer Fitzgerald, was rojoctcu
The bill of William Morris, for mileago
as a witncssincasoofthoPcoplovs.Samuol
Walters, ef ah. was not allowed, thoro bo
ing double the number ol mlloi chnrgcci
than tho distanco traveled.
Tho bill of Huso, Loomls & Co, for Icq
ot tho court houso, amounting to $0.45,
was not allowed on account of not boing
For Rent. A now store-room, in a do-
slrablo situation, complete in its appoint
ments, and fiuished with counters, shelv
ing, office, etc. Gas throughout. It is
suitable for either dry goods or groceries.
Good cistern and back yard.'.Is located on
north side of 8th street, botweon Coramer
cial nnd Washington avenuss. Apply to
It. J. CuNDirr,
8co7dtf Cor. Cth st.andCom'l avo,
Noticb for Contractors. Bids for
tbo construction of anew Cathollo church
will bo taken till Monday, September
11th, 12 o'clock, a.m,
Pians and specifications can bo soen at
tho rcsidenco of Father O'Halloran, Cairo.
Further information to bo given by tho
architect, A. Druiding, St. Louis, S. E.
corner Ollvo and Fifth. Lowost bidder
will get tho contract, on giving security
for the wholo amount.
Reliable and Safe. Dr. Honry
Root and Plant Pills aro mild nnd please
"ant in their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Bjing on
tlroly vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. They
arouso tho livoi1 nnd sccrctlvo organs into
healthy action, throwing off discaso with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system
Trv them und you will bo satisfiod
Price'J5 cents 11 box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medlcino ovorywhero
Prepnrodby tho Grafton Medlcino Co., St
Louis, M myOdm
Wanted At tho Dolmonico Hotel ono
hundred weekly boarders. Fivo meals
oach day, prlco 0 pet Wock.
mttsMtf Wm, "Winter.
Boarding houses use Glllet's. gi3
Beautiful biscuits follr niii.c.
ing powdor. n,,i3
Paul G. Schuh sella HntUno-nr'a mn.1l.
MONEY tcfundod If Olllnt'a inn,1a ilnn't
families ttso Glllet's.
-Louls Herbert has nl was on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle llock oys
Kindlino.-600 "glass boxes" for sale
at 5 conts each.
W. W. Thornton.
Delay Not. Convulsions, and colic,
and griping in tho bowels of Infants causo
death. .Mrs. "Whltcomb'i Syrup is a tried
remedy, It costs only 25 cents, dawlw
Notice. Tho undersigned will pay no
debts contracted in her namo, unless her
written order for tho goods can bo re
turned with the bill.
Mm. C. McOkb.
Cairo, Sept. 2, 1871.
We would call tho attention of our
country friends who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very pleasant gallery on Commorclal
avenue for their accommodation, and is
really the best artist wehayo had in Cairo
or a long time. tf
Fresh Oysters. I am now rccolvinK
dally, the celebrated 0. S.Multby's U. and
M. brand or fresh oysters, which aro unri
valled, and for salo bv the can or caso on
the most reasonablo terms, try thorn, al
ways warrnntcu gooa nnu rresn.
tr Wm. Winter.
Kynaston. This popular butcher will
re-open his meat market on Commorclal
avenue, next door to Carroll's grocery, on
Saturday noxt, and Invites a rcnowal ot
tho liberal patronage ho has horctoforo re
ceived from tho people of that portion of
the city. did
Notice or Removal. J. C. Carson has
removed his agency to his buildlog, No.
15C, near tbo corner of Tenth street .and
Commercial avenue, whero may be seen a
full stock of musical, instruments; sheet
music and notions. Also a largo lot of tbo
celebrated Wheeler & Wilson sewing
-Do not forgot the Arab ball on next
Friday night. It will bo a grand affair
One packago of Dr. Rattingers tonic
herbs and roots put up with a irallon of
good whisky makes an excellent stomach
bitters, giving appetites, improving diget
tion; also a preventive against malarial
fevers and especially a tonic in cases of
goncral debility. 1'rico por package 25
els. For salo by all first class druggists
and dcaiors in medicine. uawiw
PuiLLir Bauoh is master of his trade,
and warrants all of his work to bo of the
very btl material and manufacture ; guar
an tecs a complete fit and entire sntisfac
tion, is not confined lo any'particular style,
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 hund,o Aiioirn manufac
lure, and any one desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him nt his shop on Eighth tt., south side,
near corner of unto levee, u&iro. uti
Ask your grocer for Gillcl's snow white
Notice. I will pay a reward of $10 for
the discovery of the whereabouts of my
daughter, who it is feared by me was kid
napped by a party or parties unknown on
Sunday last, and brought to Cairo from
hor home near Carricae's Landing, Ky,
Sbo Is about eighteen years of age, fai
complexioned, light hair, hat a small scar
on the forehead, and had on when she left
a cotton homespun dress, and an old style
sun-bonnet of tho same material. Her
namo is Mary Ann Hudson. Information
in reference to hor may be left at Phil
J. A. HUDSON
Cairo, Sept. 6, 1871. seCd3t"
Notice. Chris. Anthes has opened hi
new meat market In PaulSchuh's old drug
storo, two doors below tho pott office,
on Commercial avenue, nnd invites all hi
acquaintances to a trial of his cut meats
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, &c., &c,
Also corned beof, pork and bacon. His
shop is kept in the best of style, and his
customers served with neatness and dhv
patch. Tho proprietor, Mr. Anthes, him
solf attends to tho shop, and his custom
ors may always feel assured of fair and
honorable treatment, full xceigld. and tho
right change back, whether they send the!
children, or servants or attend market
The New Wilson. Smith & Brink
meyer, corner uommerciai avenue anu
Eighth stroet, aro soiling tho New Wilson
Under-Feed Shuttle Sewing Mnchlno, the
best and cheapest machine In tho world.
It is sold $20 cheaper than any other ma
chine. Somo of tho many advantages
claimed for it are as follows :
1st. It is as durable, woll finished, and
costs as much to manufacture ns othor
First-class Machines; but soils for some
2d. For homming and felling It is un
3d. That it is tho simplest shuttle rat-
4th. It has less wearing parts.
5th. It has no grooved cams, call joints,
compound cranks, or cog wheels.
Gth It is adapted to a largor range of
work, without change, than any othor ma
Notice. Parke r& Blakoliave removed
to Bross' brick storo, on Comroorclahave
nue, second door from the corner or Uth
street. Thoy have added to tholr already
inr .lock of paints, oils, window glass,
por badcs, lamps, varnishes, eto.,
Ild Invn0 tho public icenorally to can on
them in their now quartors. ahoy mawe
r-it. e .t. iAi.AtnA Aurora oil.
a speciality ui iuo tuiou. --1
which thoy will supply to their customers
In auantitios from a half pint to ten bar-
" ... ts 1
rels, at much less cost tnau coai on, anu
warrant It no, to eplwc. nugain
oorgonson's mav bo found tne
ular French assorted pickles.
Whero Do You
Buy Vour Groceries?
kviwi i ii iuu u.iiviu ajeicDBBiera
Go to ParUjr A. HlaWa aV...
glass, putty, ete. " augisdl
Jorstensen has a sreat run tot
White's orienUl pickles.
Sells Cheaper Grocer iee.
Can be Bought '
-Go to Parker A Blake'i tor Will
per, Window shades, etc. auaWdl
Int,.i... -.i.v..-.-1 .t . , . .
oyestert at Jorgeosen i.
Those French Cherries, In mat.
popular wim connoiseura are aold by
-Go to Parker & Blake's fat ti
amp chimneys, paint brushes, etc.
Goto Jorgensen's tat imported
A. . . 1 I.IL.
liondon crystal vinegar, 1st quart,
cboico Genoese figs.
Go to Parkor & Blake's, comer
ll . .
A Fine Assortment
Wm. Khlers, at bis altop omtttsi
is still manufacturing every , variety
boots and shoes from geaulae FtsaMh
(be uses no other kind) wlslek ke
retdy made or made to order at pri
Hint ii r v t.:i iiii i sr-s.1 lsiiii. a w mt
Tne most popular taoatlaiop Isi'io
1 UU LTLU SALI J K s. UUUUII1D SUBBf a. m
aN. 1. .a a -.'a akaV V-
a . a a ti
boott and ihocs for hit cuilomcn, wal
ed to bo of the best French calf, Hip
mnrivpn nn wnirn nn ifiiinnLaei to w
entire satisfaction. Call on him and y
.v.wv) . n - a
win unnw now it is Touraeii. iyu
t A New'Btock, I
Teas, CofTecs and Sugars
Mr. V. Kntn has remoTad'his tailor!
establishment to bis new store, at No. 1
n , rr- t i
splendid assortment of piece goods w
ho will make up for bis customers in
VI. -. 1
only tbo best workmen, and gives
n.ri,iriR aiiAnuan in itie Duaineaa. n
feet fits guaranteed, l'ricc reasenab
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'in unicaH.o neir naiotjn. vt
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ccnicK, urouriaMir, t v. u buu w
stieet, is a favorite place of raters with
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nome nines. so qruuarj usjuoaa
dispensed at the bar of tke'MrieM
tho very best, and guests Aad. la
ance polite sued, accomodating waiters.
free lunch is spread, srrery dat
o'clock a.m. aoal.tf.
At Xlchhoff Bros.,' Factory,
Sell Furniture for Caen;
Twenty per cent
T 4 1 . ILi- Til I fl.I.
Made out of Seasoned Ltustber,
and will be
Insured for Bix Months.
A Bare Chance
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Caft. William It. Sakctji'kt.
, FOPR TRIPS EVBY PAY
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At 1 P.M.
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Lbavb Md. Oitt,
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At.......l.t 11.80 A.M.
At 2-90 P.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
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