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d.j,. C:00p.m. 7;Wam,
MijfifM, UUnJiille aad
Lotelae, Ky - U:.m. 4.(0 p.m.
General Del.tery . 7i30a.m.
Money Ordar department S.tO a.m. e.W
Hcglater " (-00 a.m. tOOp.m.
Money Order and Refiater department. n0'
open on 8undayt.
TIME TABLE Or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
On and after unday, May 14th, W71, the follow
tag ump-uWe will govern the arrital and depart-
ere cf ttuiiBger train at Calrot
fcja-f Mail tralo, daily. .... 11:45 p.m.
Exrres,duly. 2.15 JVM
Amie Mutually...... ... 5.30 a.n,
Express, daily, except Sunday p.ra
Noehanteof cart irom Cairo to St Loon. No
chance of eara from Cairo to Caicapo. EefiEt
Prawirg Boom tleeping cars oa aicat fains.
IURcage chected to all important point...
The atteaton cf sfc TP" " especially
,ei to the fat tht rmt Kiprru u:n wi).
teCi ia.-'y.5a:urday expertetf. ad u
ike lie run fro'a tai cit.r to Ch ttro tc t eaty
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1-ntKEjT ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
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And offera to the puuu, fir.t-eliuia aocoimnoda.
'''"' at rraibiiable ratet.
WuhlnVton'' 0n H1,th P1"' "
watniagton ana Commercial avenuea,
Till hou.e has aeeu thorouihly oierhauled,
furulhel and rnuT4il.an'l i cow oiirnfor
Mo rti epllou of cueat The room, nut ail utuB
indw.il Tantllated, sail iUahiture new. H'atul.
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"DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION.
i nvniinnnr ilm liemocmlie party it hereby
called to meet ( tho cwirMioil" In Jiro, c-h
Tuesday the Ulhdnyof fcplcmDCr, IK, I, Mono
o'clock, pm. for mo purpose oi Fnreiing urn.
nualoa lo tho Democratic Stnte Contention to bo
held in JprlnKneld on mo in nay or wrooer,
ls:i. for nominating ominiiiato for uounij
Treasurer t the conllntf .November election, nnd
tliotmnuMtion of such otnef business as .may
be deemed necefjory by eald contention when
t-wil.e aimolnlment of delegate 4 to said count
,r ennvention. the Demyrato In the ae?rl pre.
clnM In Alexander tounty re hereby notified
and rro,utited to betd prrolncl meeting at
tlieir rnt ctlto placet of hulllog electlonn on
.Jriturdat trio ICIh dar of September, llil, t "
o'clock, p.m. Thanumper oliie;egaie ionicn
each i.reclntt la cntUlcd'bfihg at follow?, til
Ilatlewood -.. 2 Cle.rrteclc 5
Thebe...- 2 anu re.......
UnitT 4 (loose lliuJ...... a
log Tooth..... ' TSrtli Cairo
South CalrJ W
lljr order of
DEM. CO. CEN COM.
STEAM KH A. HAKEll,
Cairo ami Capo Girardeau
J. II. KAV, Jlawlcr.
tr,II leaf Cilw f.r Cap rtirardeau ererj Tuea
d.r and j-rMay.ai ao tl.vk. .m.. and returnlBf
i'im i.irarJeaa etert nedneadat nai
H.mMii mteircs at tha Mint hour. For freicht
aad peM arW? b'ard. tr'f
,1 0 H N A. K 0 K H I. K K.
Mitiltaref ! a!t Viadf of
RIFLES AND PISTOLS.
tvEYS MADE TO ORDER.
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Cxvixc:At-AT a Ti-w IXviu Below
xxs orsctimuf T.
Trirrrii: luixrri umiw xtt u t
n.tidiot snr re-ceirit. vrt.e t.fiir T Cactry
' frruurtir uhri u tli drcimiot o! tt dmi .
i-tiiittttti .try iui.ihIivc, HmttAK ex. ,
taj snis. irro-tc it aoaV.i tad nppttr
ssm 5 mo ttH i ieii. i:
tin rity a tat- 29th
Tstfc ruiieu - tt a, the Cure saar
ar. t-Ht Unit, U .rmt IhontnaA tintiitli j
1 .war. ua. Iiurji.t Lw duvcveS ta tc
fee' 'JnC IK hui .hiHidM 2.UUL. Let liif
tmr: it rmt&Azt'
Sif jitflilit wflitnfe ",t py -that tar t,fjE
Uf it '3in vurjn ttf leuotiues Init bot. aup-
. - 1, m -
itit llictuttw -wlit!C tlif Irtirtt vtjt acir
iw. Tin cvlits: ut wtittyliw .witirujy
Cu'i "Ihrttuw, Wav , wKs, j
! itSt ruiHt.i..t int-t wlttit tsrty. is r-ot-laf
u n.pt iw i"ur4.w A H.i..t, th yum'.
siitH. Iwc uii t.y; vavt-ied.
Tat t tin that Ci.;it. Iwc llt-naya
Siu inr. i uxaz. Cwuv yuu3y, j ivvai u.
it.t iirtSiatA ftw'l Jit-uaiiiva iitrnjjur.f.a j
71 va ;)Ltl U !, tt trtl '.t
fr.i it Im TlksffJaj ai-at, t l'.tt.t.
hi, IaIc; .Urm inA:t i.:,ttn Uvjxjr-
At -4i& of th color fi citizM,
hW lav. fcight at th Afiieaa Mtthodlit
tlirirch, Bird wiitW.tfi a de'.egal toth
r.attor.tl coate.ritfon, w bs htd at Ht
Lit.ii, 12d a it.
Tho couaty court had under diicus-
lorfeiUrdsy, the prcprletycf levytagi
tat oa th clog of the county. Judge
Jiruia , a uiual, right in urging the
tuition of thet'aaines.
The ntceatily of a new Jail for the
county and city Is overy day "nscotnlng
more apparent. Why should not the city
"id the county unite, und construct a jail
ior uo me .0f both atntu arid city ofien
The drive-well numn. nt the corner of
Commercial uvenue and F.loventh atruol.
demands Immediate attention. It is out of
repair, and furnishes only a drop or two
of water to the most persistent pumping
vi me imrsiy puuesirian.
It has hcon uscorUlncd boyond all
lauuthut Gerorsl Homllton was enter.
Wliwi in Cairo, tint In- Tnm TIn.,., v...
'ul "uKttn. Wo'mako this cxpla-
,.....utin m u
10 f.t... " . ..
He I un idrMu ,....i.. '
hi employment totuii to i.iv .....
.,.,. i" J mo "A
... . .. . '"'1 K'itie
ral satlsfuctlun to tho colored ptojilo
Mr. Tojipcl, the Iflsurntue ngent, im,t
with a teriuu itocldunt day btfore veatiTr.
day. Returning from Mound City In a
buggy, the horse ran uwuy, throwing him
violently to tho ijround, Mucking his left
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1871.
ojo, Riid othorwlioi Wrring his comely
"Whv thoulJ "Western nnd Soutliorn
men pny monoy to Eastorn Llfo.Insuranco
companies to bo lo.tnca oui oy mciu ni six
or seven ier cent., wnen uie j.iio Associft'
tlon tin n large dcmivnd Tor It At ten por
cent? Ili'ifi intercut uisurts large divi
The Juvenllo Pastime, of Mound
City, claim that tho v.-tnous umpires Hint
woro called In during their contest with
tho Cairo Clipper, ruined them. Tlier
nre, thoroforo, organizing for another trial
of (kill with tho Cairo lads. Any time
after next week thoy will accpt a chal
lenge to anothor contest.
Tho itonmcr James Kislf. that whis
tles all nervouJ people Into'a fcTc'r, erery
afternoon, hw consented to "dry up," when
satisfied that a majority of our roonle
don't like it." Hor chief object is to
"please folks,', and when satisfied that she
falls in that, tho proposes v to .ipjit. Let
her quit by Ml means. AVo vote, aye.
The public school commenced on
Monday last, with 000 children in their
scats. The teacheri liirvU for tho colored
department failed to arrive; but the
whole corjv is expected to bo in atten
dance on Monday next. Provision has
Sen made, we understand, for 300 pupils,
nd it is expected that that number will
Rids OrtNEP. The Vids to furnish
lumber to the city for sidewalk purposes
ero opened, yesterday at IS o'clock.
"Who was the lucky man is a scaled mys-
Lost. On the evening of Sept. f, be-
twen the residence of .Vr. T. B. Ellis and
the "Western Unioa telegraph otnee, a
raall plain gold ring. Tho finder ill be
suitably rewarded by leaving the same at
the telegraph cSee. It
Dull Time. The greater the number
polieesen the "fewer ' the business
that is doae. Yesterday the police court
was like a banquet hall deserted. Two
'urAes men abused one drunken
woman. "Woman and men were fined.
is is a pcrversioa of justice which is in
epes ccciin with the ku-klux bill and the
lawi cf tie territory of Wyoming.
07 Tw(v Bit One. "We bee pardon.
Oar rivor re-jwter rnaie us My that th
rs cf tire Ivicutor fisk- two barge at
Iiki.5 4C "Wt liave Itix. assared since
tbui 1v the. ckDLiia i.iatlf, that w wtre
t T. .a... .... ... .w. V1
' s.n2 it notorioc! ihkt'hc atvtir sj.cV more
ihtn one 'ba.rrt in hi life- Be it undr-
sLok:, Ihbl., LfcU the UrUrit f4.st onr
la.rpe s.t Ikliid Ko. 40, nd not two, at re-
ported In The BrLxrnx yestordty.
The HiBrrja ans. At the eleventh lc
I suia electioa of the Hibsaxuix fire com- I
! T" Ttrlr Te iww T rill rrrr i r r rifri .
Tict-3rejident, 2 O'Lougblis Secrau-ry !
IT "il. 1otiU- TxensuTCT, i Soiuui::
?oren:nn of ens'tae, Joac -filler Aiif
tat. 1 B Garner Poreaja note, -iartin
Gx.r.on Asiiit nt, Jai. 1L Xnglnb.
j Ilotri cf dirotbjrt 2 0'liughlin. P.
ostler tea i J as, E. laclit"
set. rzizxzti- ajotncemznt.
JPreucaitig at lac Cerittian caurch oo
1ri i dty afr. tbefoliowiag subject at
1'. l ti'ii "Tie CarnUaa race ' at b
(K-Cii-cc j.a. 'Ait aoa aunp tHre ait
nererf at oprie aot bu mouth.
J'fier-a.eetitT-ia" ta nllmiOoa nt 45
Iv'.ciuch, uf.f.r' the niiasToc an&y tchwl
Si duuilt. The titae vi mating oa
iOtrC lllgtlt, 1 ilk lUat Will U' ChhDgt-
) 'one to T o clwi: uud k tvutiuue.
A Bai 6uii;waj.iu 7'he idew.lk oa
tat south side of Trrtb s'.rtret. btttweea
"VVaiaul nad Cedur streets, it ia n wretched
con-tiioa. It li, Sa fact, ao sidewulk at
.V.. tad thoiii Vt,viturtr2 wtbvut dtlny.
Tae f'idfvt-lk itvlrvrtrt should be xouirod
to repair it iuiiatdji.ti''y It it oa a itrt-et
' ,uaW "ov a.U tt yttrvat 4 Ctbo tnv B;
irota JCjtorj. ,TLf a vtaer
ctrtetl xaty bt deltyed. ia Tettb strut
e.di tav jaua.iditte atv.atica of the
l... b . ........ T'i . ii.
at th bt.
Cajarle yiVtrds.y J. li. Pi.lp, Hura
UMl, Twa ti. Jif-n fct. ;xiUj
Yt: Carter, Salt LaV . Joi.jih Jay an,
fit. LWi; f;o. Ofegiois, UH.y.fYtiA:
Ofijfw,&,,. Nw Orlwa; W. T. licut
ar.'l --f, iw Orltar.t, J. WlaUrb'.harii"
Mich. City, ltfl J F. Taylor, Goleon-lftj
. Hod, Oolc,r.'la; Mill L'lon, Oolcon
da, y. V.'aga!r, Ciacinaati, ().; L .Mar
miiiiw, Iijitville, Ky.( L. G. Ilarrli,
Mound City, Ills.; W. K. Merrill, U.S.
A , M. Fitti, Frankfort, Ills,; K. M. No
leri'l, Chicago, III.
Ma, Kmtor. I a'rrr a Jtepubllcart. I
hav always been a rliubllcari. I rerncm
Ler that I W a repuMtca'n before I wat
out Of diapers. Republicanism camo a
naturally a the love of whisky and tho
desire to take what I wanted. I lore tho
doctrines of tho party, and ihall never de
eort.tho ofgautratfon a long a (hero J a
cent of tho pooplti'a money' that ha not
been appropriated. And I tell you, them
that I have noticed with sorrow tho courso
of Uio republican of Cairo in their treat
ment of the poor black man 7 They have
not handlod him with care. f It is the du
ty of the republican lo uo the nigger
U'wut Jetting thom know anything
about it. We Iroed thctn because "wo
couldn't do otherwise, AM 'we 'gave them
the ballot o that. hey might keep ua in
office, but why thouU wo act so an to let
them find out thl secret? All wo havo
to do is to .pat tho leadinir
oji tho bnck and talk 'ubout cdual rluhlt.
Lincoln and freedom, 'and down comoa
Sambos Voaod thus he can bo used, lie
is -both ignorant and credulous, and can bo
made to bollevo tliat It U n high honor to
ote for 'wo tint who buvo u way of go
ing ror the public puro. I am glad you
have called the attention of , the iiluifora
to the bungling of th whlto radical poll
tlciam. Hereafter tUay will bo more cir
euirubipt, and I91MI Bambo by bbvflat nhao
with .riore.tklll than heretofore, (lo ia,
CAiuo.Bept. 7. 1871.
FESTIVAL AND CONCERT,
IIY THE LADY MEMI1KR9 OF ST. JOSEnt's
lAiuui.iu CIIUHCII, AT BCIIKEI.'S HALL,
TUESDAY, 12TH INST.-l'ROOnAMMK.
Tho Indies of St. Joseph' Cnthollc con
gregntlon lmvo organized themselves Into
a society, tho mission of which is to pro
vide tho way nnd moans for decorating
tho church, nnd furnishing the oniamcnl
for tho nltnr. In furthcrnnco of this ob
ject they lmvo concluded to glvo n grnnd
concert nnd festival, nt School's linll, on
Tuesday evening, 12th Inst. Tho pro-
gramme of the proposed concert is ns 'fol
INSTRUMENT A I..
Uv Professor lacnbcrg's String Rand.
I. The March of Coronation itr.tus.
a. IMtpourle C. S'. V. Weler
i. Tho Wlnga of tho Mght Lancr.
4. The Temptation - Atlber.
3 Aria of draco Mount.
I. Com Flower.-
i. M lVor Heart
J. "Die Dream or Youth
i. l'otpourle, i-omiumtiii.ij
A cholco selection of Solos, Ducts, For-
tots, and Quartettes will be sung by
Messrs. Schlcingor, Schuh, Morkel, Rele-
ncr and Mendel.
Suppor will bo spread nl 0 o'clock, nnU
will consist of oysters in every style,
cakes and all scasonablo edibles that can
bo obtained from tho market.
The concert will commence at 8 o'clock.
Tickets, 60 cents.
To the Sex Man. "We havo been re
quested by tho colored laborers on tho city
sidewalks, to publish the following ad
dress. It is a mournful ditty, rather bung-
Hngly put togethor. and we only comply
tith the reqnejt made because we cannot
nduce ourself to refuse any request made
bv a man and brother:
AilrtH 0 tat CUorr i StitutU Mm.
Why are yen dnmb, Mara, JaTi ?
Why don't you speak like a man ?
Are yon 'fraid, D., cf l.lnegar, Datd,
Or reared by the presence of Pan 7
rvjmoHheaes, why don't you answer
Tut Britim' question 'lout u
Oh! IVmotthenet lafayette Datl
Oa ' hy Lifa;ete i thia thct '
Say, whfct, caw, wih Tatnck H. Tope aaj,
When he hears Uiat D. L. i untrue
Don't yea Ihir.K, rwwr Iati, ti'a 'ilely
TTut f . H. H po rck upon you ?
Aad Totl, whoa ether name' Crr
C. Yet o! the heastifcl form
Whet V hear yoc'r nntrue to the aigcer
Will raise a b;p h : of a norm.
And Fiaber inst thin! of G. Fiaher !
(He will ,n: oatb ae'tr twfore heard) ;
Aad, by all xneaai., remember Jake Bradley,
Aad the lcromocs Johnny J I).:d.
Bat im will not blame you, friead ran ;
Ji'or ""iT!nt yot at a.tprv ord p at ;
Theep'int, i Vaow. i (juit willmc :
Tint the Eeah, it ! terribly weaL.
GuB Qwwt THE 0n.
Th lrustoei 0f the Cure property recently
jilaated 10.000 willows on the baafc of the
iiiiiissippi west of the city, the object bt
in 'to guur2 tbe baat tgalns. the wear
aad to-T of the watera. It Veiag the hubit
of this TegrsBtton to tangle iu roots in an
explicable manner it is erjecte2 that the
trees planted wil'. form a flllagrec or batt
el work that will effectuallr resist the Sa-
Toads of the waters At a venture, we I
will itir the idea is a good one. 1
It w' aaderstood, yesterday oveuiag,
that Walter and Maloney. oa Eighth
street, in the rear of Ilanny's dry good
store, would slaughter the finest veal ever
offered inhe Cairo market. We were as
sured that there was occasion to look out for
omething extra, but such an assuraace
vat unnecessary. We already knew that
Waller and Malouey never slaughtered
anything but the beat, but when they in
timated a purpose to furnish ihv market
i9Uie'.biag extra, we could not retitl the
temptation to inform the readers of The
BiLLtTiy of their iatentioa. Our duty
will be diwaargod, therefore, when we ad
vise ti err VJy who reliihes choice veal,
to go, this asoraiag, to Waller tad lit
Joaey'a. J'ooa Fklljw. We appeal to Davis.
If e kaowt that off colored raea are hoaett.
Tait 11 the eaeral rule ; but no general
rule is Viorth anything to which an excep
tion cannot Us tal:a, arid tbi exception to
the colored hoaeity rulo it Moto Mot
who did the hitching for Miles Parker.
Moie, hating yielded to tho seductive in-
fiueacei oi radical o'Ji'.o-holders, gobbled
that iix.th.er in which M'.lt: Ufjk (0
much pride. Mil,, being of the Bour
bon clait of politicians, could not appre
ciate this radical idiosyncrasy, and had
Mos'i arretted aad lund over in tho turn
of 1100 to answer at the next term of tho
circuit court. Masi now pl:n.- in the
county Juil, guarded by Fitzgerild, who
has never permitted n prisoner to escape
hi untiring vigilance.
Notick rou Contkactou'I. Bid for
the construction of a new Catholic church
will bu taken till Mondny, Scptcmbor
11th, 12 o clock, a.m.
Pino smd jiptcillcstlona can bo scon at
the resldcnco of Father O'Hullornn, Cairo.
Further information to bo given by the
architect, A. Druldlng, St. Louis, S. K.
corner OHvo and Fifth. Lowest bidder
will get tho contract, on giving security
for tho whole amount.
Keliaiile and Safe. Dr. Henry
Hoot und Plant Pills aro mild and pleuso
ant in their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegotable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
nrouse tho liver and sccrctivo organs into
healthy action, throwing oil" dlscnso with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system
Try them nnd you will bo satisfied
Prlcu-5 cents 11 box. Sold by druirirlsts
and dealers In medicine uvcrvwhero
Prepared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., St
Maiiiuaok (Juiuk. Intcreitlng work,
numorous engravings, 2.1 pnges. Prlco
60 cent. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
"Wanted At the Dolmonlco Hotel 0110
hundred weokly boarders. Five moal
each day, prlco $0 per week.
vug20if v,',!. Winter,
CAino, 111., Sopt. 810:40, p.m.
AVnr Uopnrlmont, Signal Sorvico, U. 8.
A. division of telegram nnd reports for
tho honufit of Commerce. Tho following
1 tho official meteorological record for tho
2t hour ending 10:10, p. in.
P ff K
? $ 3
00 SJ 70
M 71 (1
58 70 70
4 81 73
SO 80 HO
0 00 75
6 80 73
C9 )9 73
79 to 79
as w r
M 71 57
M l 72
or OrnKRt atiox.
New Urleana. La
Ht. I.otiis, Mo
tih I'aul, Minn....
"Wasimnoton, Soptcmbor 8. The bar
ometer conlinuos low on tho Pacific coast,
and has fallen decidedly from Nebraska to
lako Huron nnd northwards. An area of
low barometer probably now oxlsts north
of Wisconsin. The hlghcit nrcssuro.
which wat central in Michigan, ha moved
steadily southeastward, nnd i now oTor
Tho center disturbance on tho Gcorela
coast has moved to the cast and northeast,
and cloud with n northeast wind prevail
on tho north Atlantic coast. Cloudy and
threatening weather ha genorally cleared
awav in mo southern states.
Clear weather with northerly winds and
falling tcmpcrnturo havo continued in tho
eastern and Gulf statos. Southerly winds
with increasing cloudiness it reported
from Missouri to lake Superior.
Brisk southerly winds will probably
continue on the upper lake to-night, with
cloudy and threatening weather, with
southerly winds for tho gulf States fol
lowed by cloudy weather. It is probablo
on SaturJay clear and pleasant weather
for the Middle and Eastern States.
Uttaoii Cmtiii TUuaoaP Conrad,)
Aciat'a Orrua, September?, 171.
"We will commenco the alo of ticket to
the Jonosboro Fair, on September 1 1th
nnd discontinue on the 16th. Ticket
good until tho ICth inclusive. Fare
round trip, $1.90.
The sale of ticket to tho Union Fair, to
be holdcn at Centralis, will commenco on
September IStb, and Im discontinued after
departure ot A. M. train, September 23d.
Tickets good until the 23d, inclusive.
Fare, round trip, $5.50. Ticket will bo
on sale to parties really going to attond
the Unioa Fair at Central! on and after
the 15th, but to none others.
dl J.mes Johnson, Agent.
Oillet's wishing crystal make wash
Jng easy. ag 13
Sleetino Rooms vor Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping room in City Na
tional BaaV building. Apply to
At Citv National Bank.
Foe Bent. A new store-room, in a de
sirable situation, complete in its appoint
ments, and finished with counters, shelv
ing, office, etc Gu throughout. It is
tu'ttable for either dry goods or groceries.
Good cistern and back yard. .It located on
north side of 6th street, between Commer
cial and Washington avenust. Apply to
'.. J. Cc.vwrr,
K'pTd'.f Cor. Cth stand Cotc'l ave.
Go to Parker 3c Blake 1, corner Com
mercial avenue and 11th street, for Aurora
Win. Elders, at his thop on 20th street
it still manufacturing every variety of
boots aad shoes from genuine French calf
1 he uses no other kind; which be sells
ready made or mude to order at price
that 'defy competition. Jy20tf.
Toe uct popular shoe thop In town
Is on 20th street opposite tbe court house
hotel, where Win. Ehlers manufacture
boots aad shoes for hit customers, warrant
od to be of the best French calf, kip or
morooco, and which he guanratee to give
entire satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it it yourself. J.'Otf
A New Stock
Ten, Colfues and Sugar
Mr. F. J'.oie hat removed hi tailoring
establishment to his new store, at No. 104"
Commercial avenue. Ho keeps on hand a
splendid assortment of piece goods which
he will make up for hi customer in a
manner warranted to null, lie employ
only the best workmen, and gives his
personal attention to tho business. Per
fect lit guaruntee1. Prices reasonable.
Call and tec him. nugriOlm
The Chicago Beer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. -0 and 28 Eighth
street, Is a favorite place of resort with all
lover of Welti' Beer, Liquor of every
description, and all kinds of forolgn and
homo Wine. No ordinary liquor aro
dispentod at tho bar of the saloon only
tho vory best, nnd guest find in attend
ance polito and accomodating waiter. A
frco lunch It (prcad evory day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual"tf.
At Klchhoff Bros.,' Factory.
Sell Furnituro for Cah j
Twenty per cent.
Lower than any other Doalor in Cairo,
Mudo out of Seasoned Lumber,
and will bo
Insured, for Six Months.
A Bare Chanco
William Alba's harbor si op i grow
ing In public favor evory day. It is neat
ly flttotl up, nnd can boast of tho most
skillful workmen In tho city. Tho pro
prietor has hnd many years' oxporlonco in
his business and is recognized mono of tho
most export shavers in Southern Illinois,
whllo young Alba Is a mastor In his pro
fession. Citl7.cn and strangers who with
a painless thavo, a luxurious shampooing,
or thoir hair eut in tho latest stylo should
patronize Alba. Ills shop ia oil Commer
cial ftvonuo next door to llannon's osjTfl
Boaudinc homos uso Gillet's. ngl3
Beautiful biscuit follow Gillet's bak
'"g Powdor. ngl3
I'mil G. Hchuh toll, ItftUinor's modi
Money roTundcJ ,r aillofa goods don't
Wel', regulated famTfioTTwo Gillet's.
Oystkus. LouT Hffrbert hn nlwa on
hand a freh supply of Saddlo Rock ova.
tors. tr 1
KlNDLINO. 500 " elass boxes " for tala
at 6 ccnU each. W. W. Thornton.
Delay Not. Convulaiona. n1 rnii
and griping In the bowol of infant cauto
deoth. Mrs. Whltcomb' Syrup It a tried
remedy, It coils only 25 cont. dawlw
Notice. The undorslnnod will nav n6"
dobts contracted In her nanio. union hor
written ordor for tho good can bo re
turned with tho bill.
Miw. C. McGee.
Cairo, Sept. 2, 1871.
We would call the attention of our
country friend who want to get good
picture to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very picniant gauory on Commercial
avonuo for thoir accommodation, nnd I.
really tho best nrtlst webnyo had In Cairo
ur n long mug. (f
FiiEsit Oysters. I am now rocoltlnc.
dally, thocclobratcd C. S. Maltby' II. and
fl la . .1. . .
m. oranu 01 ircsn oysters, which nro unri-
vailed, nnd for tain In- lb n . ...
1 ' J wmit v (.nau VI.
the most rcasonablo terms, try them, al-
wnys warranted i-ood and rresh.
tf Wm. Winter.
TllK hotels USO Giriul'" eittaeta and
Kynaston. This popular butcher will
re-open hi meat market on Commercial
avenue, next door to Carroll' grocery, on
Saturday next, and invite a renewal ot
tho liberal patronage ho ha heretofore re
ceived from tho pcoplo of that portion of
the citv. Jtd
Notice or Uemotal. J. 0. Caron hat
removed his agency to his building, No.
15b, near the corner or Tenth street and
Commercial avenue, where may be teen a
full stock of musicsl. instruments, theot
music and notions. Also a larro lot of the
celebrated Wheeler & Wilson sewinc
Do not forget the Arab ball on next
Friday night. It will bo a grand affair
One packago of Dr. Ilattingcrs tonic
herb and roots put up with a gallon of
good whisky makes an excellent stomach
bitters, giving appetites, improving diges
tion; alto a preventive against malarial
fevers and especially a tonic in case of
general debility. Prico per package 23
els. For tale 'by all first class druggist
and dealers in medicine. dawlw
PniLLir Biuoii is master of hi trade,
aad warrants all of his work to bo of the
rrry ifir material and manufacture ; guar
antees a complete fit and entire satisfac
tion, is not confined to anytparticular style,
but makes every variety of boots and shoes
from tie heaviest cowhide to the flnesT
French calf and morocco. He also keeps
a largo stock on hand, 0 hiiourn manufac
ture, and any one desirous of purchasing
good cutlom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth it., south tide,
near corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. dtf
Ase your grocer for Gillet's snow white
Notice. I will pay a reward of f 10 for
the discovery of the whereabout of my
daughter, who It Is feared by me was kid
napped by a parly or parties unknown on
Sunday last, aad brought to Cairo from
her home near Carricte't Landing, Ky.
She is about eighteen years of age, fair
complexloned, light hair, ha a small tear
on the forehead, and bad on when she left
a cotton homespun dress, and an old style
sun-bonnet of the samo material. Her
name is Mary Ann Hudson. Information
in reference to hor may bo left at Phil
J. A. Huwion.
Cairo, Sept. Ti, 1871. cCd3t
Notice. Chris. Antho has opened his
new meal market in PnulSchuh's old drug
store, two door below tho post office,
on Commercial avenue, and invite all his
acquaintances to a trial of his cut moats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, Sx., &c.
Alio corned beef, pork nnd bacon. His
hop It kepi in the bent of stylo, and hi
customers nsrvod with neatness and dis
patch. The proprietor, Mr. Anthcs, him
self attends to the shop, and his cuhIoui
era may always fool assured of fnir mid
honorable treatment, full weight, and tho
right change back, whether they send thoir
children, or servant or attend market
Tub New Wilson. Hmllh & Biink
moycr, corner Commercial avenue nnd
Eighth street, aro soiling the Now WlUon
Under-Food Shuttle Sewing Machino, tho
best nnd cheapest machino In tho world.
It Is sold $20 cheaper than any other ma
chino. Some of tho many udvanlagc
claimed for it aro a follows :
1st. It is as durable, well finished, and
costs as much to manufacturo as otbor
First-class Machine:; but soils for somo
f 20 less.
2d. For hemming and felling it Is un
surpassed. 3d. That it Is tho simplest shuttlo ma
4th, It has less woaring parts.
5th. It ha no grooved cams, ball joints,
compound cranks, or cog whools.
Cth It is adapted to a larger range of
work, without change, than any other ma
chine. Notice. Parkor& Blako havo removed
to Bros' brick storo, on Commercial ave
nue, second door from thj corner of 11th
street. Thoy havo added to thoir already
largo stock of paints, oil, window glass,
wall paper, Bbades, lamps, varnUhes, etc.,
and invito tho public genorally to call on
thorn in their new quarters. Thoy moko
a poclallty of tho celebrated Aurora oil,
which they will supply to their customers
in quantities from a half pint to ten bar
rels, at much less cost than coal oil, and
warrant it not to explode. aujjSSdlm
At Jorgenson's may be found tho pop
ular French assorted pickle. tf
Whore Do You
Buy Your Groeerle?
Everybody goes to Jorganseo'i family
gorccry for tho Halford Lcichsstershlrs
Go to Parkjr A Blake's for window'
glass, putty, etc. aug2dtm
Jorganien has a great sua for Co,
White's oriental plcklei. tf
Sells Cheaper Groceries
Can be Bought
-Go to Parker & Blake's for, wall pa
per, window shades, olc. aug2Wlra
Shrlvo' celebrated 11 o'clcck lunch
oyestor at Jorgensen s. tf
Those French Chorrles, In syrup, ao
popular with connolscura are sold by Jor. '
- VW A VHUIII
Go to Parker & Blake's Or Wape
lamp cniaiDeys, paint brushes, etc.
Go to Jorccnscn's for inmorUd Do-.
dee orange marmalade, the celebrated
.London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
choice Genoese fig. tf
A Fine Aswortsaeet
Go to Dr. McGauley for Battlnger') fe
ver Drop. Warranted to cure Use ciUU.
Tet Gillet's double-tlrengtn eKtracta.
Wills !Ua-Iaar attratatadU, tow
I la, deprtaaaloa, tawotaaMry M
! of Mmn, taiiattsnraiaa, 1
Bower, dliar aal, leaa 9 an an s.
and Ihreatened loatlB aad Inaax
rlllty. and oerlgn tarela Hnaa-
prt-jr-ai taomeopaaiaie iBciae no.
Twrntr-elcBt. Comrxned of (he moat talua.
Ue mild and poUal buraUt, they atrik al
once at uie roou oi ine mailer, lone p ana aya
tern, arreat th di.chartei. and impart rlrorand
eneny, life and Tlality So thaenttra man. Tnty
have cured thousand of cmaea. Pnea. i mt
package of Are lrM and a larfre ti rim, whteH
la rery important in obstinate or old caaa, or 11
ler ainirle box.
bold by. all druSjritta, and aent
tof prlee. AdJreaa Humphrey'!
by mail o
bpeciRc Homeopathic Medicine Co., 5t Broad.
way, .-. i. i'. action, ageai.
MOUND CITY AND CAIB
THE STEA.nI TUG, CACHE
Cxrt, William II. Sanpcixt.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
CAIEO A.2STX3 2wt3D. CITY
ioot er xitiHTM traaar.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.M.
Al 5 r.M.
Leave Mp. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At- 1140 A.U.
At 8.M TM.
WILL LAND. "WHEN HAILSD,
AT IB! (.
IIOX factory, iiAwya LAKPISte, IT.
MOUTH Or CACHE, UltlKI WAYS,
AND WAVY YAtLD.
FOB SALE, For Sale f FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. J for Bi 1 FOR BALK.
Faro from Lirtxroot,
Faro from IjO)aCHS-JiBY (
Fare from Glasoow,
Fare from Queenstowk
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48.10
Baflord, Morn A Can , agsai.
Liverpool Mew.Tork ahd hIla4lphk
causa coaraacT with vkitid tTATseai isituw
For Carrying the Mall.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rrariss umatSTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. pALB, Aot
IS Broadway, New-Vork, arte
150 Washington Avenue, Cairo. Illinois.
ST. LOUI8(t ' 1 '
mE regular annual term ol 'this Uwhoel
T will open on,Wwdneday.iOotowr, Ji,"";
full oourao, two termialx rnoatna, ach.
dent admitted to the Blor clasi elMWHsif
by applicatloa oa. or before tttftIffuiibiYi
Tuition fee, leoooper annum. WW
address .. ' '
o-. 3mt. sa?EJiaaj? I
Aetlng Dean of Lar,Facly j'V.'j 5
203 NORTJI 3rd St.. ST. JiOVlBjUO.
ITYA'tOU FBliE.aBit.aso a day .tWj fat'
I. & E. GREENWALD.
aiavfaervasaa os , ,
Flour end Orlst Mlll
Saw Mill), - St
'Tin : tThe'irupr.'(PisiUr
JMAOHINIIT FOfc QENKaAI. rCWOtaf,