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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1871.
North,' Through .......... sVa.ni.
i Way 2M r:m'
Smith, Way llt.Hr-"''
" Through N.O., Mem
phis and Columbus t.l'.m.
Ohio Riser route, . ,
Iron Mountain . B &''"
f, 00 p.m
til.. Hirer roille. iiij
Thebes, (loop Island Hunt
f, III. , 'iiiurtuv "
,.y ! CiWp.tn
MayfieM. 'ln'lril;, aaJ
Lotelace, Ky 11.00 a.m.
General Delirery 7i30a.m.
(Sundays Slo a.m.)
Money Order depaatment -w ro
., i " " " i.oo .m.
Men OrJr and rtexl.ter departments not
op n onBnndays.
thiv TABLE Or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL Tl. R
On and after Sunday, May 14th, 1871, the foltovr-
mir tiroe-UUe gorern me irn.i uU
.... r.r ,.... ncrr train, at Calroi
,wrr-!all train, dally " P,Tn
Express, daily fctSrun.
Express, dally, except Hunday 3:Mp.m
v..K,iMinl ears from Cstro to 8t. Louis. Nc
.v., of cars from Cairo to Chicago. Klefant
Drawing Boom sleeping cars on ntr.ht trams,
n.,..i. olii.rVr.il to Ml Important points.
The attention of shippers Is especially
.led to the fact that a Kmfl Express (rain will
. ....... I.-. ..noMod. and will
re uairo uauj,riuiu.j .-i
ake the run from tins eirj-ro ""'"
notour. J.fJ. JUH.V.
"quickkstieoutk fjjom south
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St I.OU1". I.oi'Isville, Ci.vci.v.vati, Cm
caoo, 'ew York, Uosto.v,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
p..niKcrtra,.ntrlf at imdlmo Cairo ni fol
lows: mul. ixrarss.
i,T, .HUH a.m 3t3JJ P-m'
Uoth train connc t at Centralia with train on the
Pans, Hccatur, lllonmlnstcn, El Po, I.a ."alls ,
HenJota, Krei'port, O jlena, Dubuque, and
all mints In Illinois, Misfouri,
illnneota, (Vnoonsln anil
Iowa. And nith
Lines runnln Eat ami H'est for
si. Louis, HpirndfielJ, Loulirille,
Cincinnati, ln(anapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central. Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Va)n
and Chicago Hailroads lor
tvtroit. Uleieland, Inriklrk.
Allinv, Jlni-ton, Philadelphia,
.Niagri Fails, Erie. Ilutlalo,
.Sew Votl, I'litsburp, llaltlmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For throuirli ticVets nml Information, apply to
l'miis Central llailroid Depot.
W. I'. JOll.NHOX,
(,'ene rsl Passenger Agent, Chicago.
J JOII.V0. Agent, C.iini.
Sl'ltlNC.KIKLD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH EASTEKN H. It.
in anil after Monday. April Slth, IS71, trams ll
ruu n luliuws i
TIIIM CIIIMO Kul'TllriST.
. ft:17 "
Lease Virginia ... :40n,in...
rriTeat I'ana 11:10 m.
A-i si -priiigiM'lii
L ' S,n,gtliil
Arrn ai Mrglnifc
,H7 ' :it, "
.I,,).', " (,;(! '
,.ii:J.' " ...:lu "
.H-.-i.', " ...:li "
TttiN ouimi foiTiirinr.
Flscood.... S.ffln rn lOilOn.m.
" Mora " iiiin .
rr,c at nit-tow it!. O'lp m 6:15 p.m
TU1IK LOIMI KlikTllul-T
Lejve-liawnu.tbvin M'tt.m .
" Flors. i.w "
Arr ve at IMgewood ISO ' ....
iiieu.ju a.m. tram from Kdgeaoo, runs only
train (rorn Sfcawnee'lown on TueMiasa. 'Thu'rv
diys andsaturJajs. '
t meets at Ashbuid with Jacksonville illtisloii
nr. uiraKo und Alton Kulroad, fur JicVsor.vllle,
letersburg, Maou City, n nd nil nolnta west.
ri,r'Wf Mv W1,h Chicago and Altou, and
liiledo, Wabash anl Western Itallrnnd, lor
Woo tniDgtc, ii, Chicago, mid all pnints nortli.iiorth.
weit and wesi,
i Jl'.!',"!"' "n'1 s' ,'ou", Illinois
t-eiilrai lUdroa I lor nil points emt, south nnd
uVmU&1,ir,,h C,11C1!!0 1",",on Illino"
ilL'i ?I'"ssi,.p, Itailroad.
r..i. r,.T; , ," ' ' 'anniai lor liinc n
nan, l'iUueh,C.irnaridM. Louis.
OHLASD SMITH, OenMSup1!
.00' I Fr'gl mi l Ti,)kt Ag'i.
U. lilUOHA.M,.M. ll
.Mil-,, No. l'Sl CommoreiAl fl.f.n
hoar.. H to IDs in., and I to 3 pin. ltj
No It, Ninttiatr.st.UAiro Illinois.
A. WAIHIYMAH, M. 1).,
I).. yiCIA.';, Surgeon and Aeeouheiir, formerly
J .r Asna, llnmn eoimtj, Himui., llt, ,,fr'.
.. J ,. . - , ''' ' "miiireial
r ao5 .iiuiii .treeu W(s(
l-i 1j!:".'i:wW:r-V0, ''' irKenih street, he.
J I te V .,.),,,,g,o,l a,eniH and Walnut sires t.
a -'- '-omiiiereialunuuf, up mium.
t'.W. DT'.V.VI.Vd, M, ).
H''lih!lEK'TI"'r!i'""' 0,1,1 Walnut sts.
A. . ,0,ner Sixth ir.-it and Ohio lesee
COIiNEU 8IXT1I and "WALNUT-ST.i
(Entrance on Hixth-st.,)
fe&'fcv,. CINCINNATI. OHIO.
The House ih -Newly IVummiku
And oners to the public flrit-cln.it tuionunbda-
lions at rea.onuuie ratfr,
OplHj.lle the I'n.tofflee.oiiHiilh Btretlwtwe(!)
a ' 'Washington and Commercial avenues,
Thl. house has been thoroughly oter-hauled,
rrfuruUhad and renosatt-d, ami la now open for
the ret ention of guest. 'Ilio rooms are nil large
nudwrll fenlllatiHl, and fualulurc new. Hatch
kept night and day M ICS. GAFi'NF.Y.
DKMOCIIATIU COt-WI'V CON
i ,nnii.. r it,., Democrat" parly Is hereby
,, i , . . ... murf-house in t.airo, on
railed to meet at the rou . . '
. , i., nf ?e "(ember, 1871, atone
Tuesday the 19 h dny ' ...
"J!1 '? Hit candldalo for Count)
If, I, lor n ...,., N'.A,nlur .lllon. Illld
Tres.ureral mei" r . .. 1 ' .....
the transaction ". ,
... t .tiaii ni inf it it nn4 ni iiipj
Le deemed necessary niu ran. -
..sembieu. ...,.,...,.. . ..1,1 eniin-
FnrllioBtipo ninum u,-,.-. -
forwip v il,-.trral pro-
,y convrmiou, .r " --",,.,, .,,,.,,
dnnla Hi Aleianaer -' Qt
d rcq.U.te.1 ! , I OB
ihelr reap ctlve pucen v,
SMurday.ho ICth J of Septeinucr, ..,
each precincl' la entitled tctnK a. follows, rl. i
ti..ij. m. ania rt
clock, p.m. The numper uim.ri -
Uf ordtr oi
N'o. ll-atated Assem'ily
firs, and ,hd.H..
Masonic Hall. the second Friday In.ach month.
fourth Mpnoayso. .. . . HiK(.ulllr Com
. '..! .1
Masonic Hall flrst and third
Thursday- In tach month
Aimsnra lArjr, 524. MetH In OddFellow'a.
niii. in Arter's UuiUIng, erery Thursday :e-tn
Ettiou BviiMin :-Pleas announce me as
... . .v.. eJ Oountr
candidate lor re-tieouon iu v.. -- .
Treasurer, eublect io tha decision of th dmo.
cratlo contention. WILLIAM WAltriis.
rnblt-ticsl ttery mornlBg, 51oBdiy x-
Firoinen's tuoeting (vt tho Boufjh nnd
Heady cngino bouao to-tnorrorv sight.
-Tho Little Bed bto ball club of Cairo
visited Mound'Clty, yotterday, and played
match gamo with the Juniors of that
city. Tho result we did not learn.
"Car on tho levee and how to get
them off," wa tho aubjectof quite an ani
mated discusBion in the council the other
ight. Thoy are to remain.
The Columbus Dispatch is angry be
cause Thk Bulletin called Columbus a
csolate villace. "It might." says tho
Dispatch, " bo interesting to tho editor of
The Bulletin to know that Columbus
has moro railroads, both prosent and pros
pective, than Cairo that at least three
hundred loaded wngons come into Colum
bus from the surrounding country whero
one goes to Cairo and moro freight is
shipped from here by producors than from
tho polliwoggory whoro Tnr. Bulletin
The Tumors aru malting vory oxten
live arrangements for tho celobrntion of
their ninth anniversary, at School's hall
grirdon, on Monday, September 18th. The
ontortninmcnt will bo commenced in tho
day ut 3 o'clock p.m., with Concert, grand
Scliau nnd Preia Tttrnon. In tho even
ing, Itulienischo Nacht, Fireworks, Tab
leaux, cto. To conclude with' 'a gra'nd ball.
Admission, $1. 'Tho 'proceeds will bo ap
plied to aid lit tlioercctiori.of.Uio pro
posed now Turner hull.
Foil Bent. Tiireostoro rooms, on 10th
street. Bent reiitonnblt. Apply to
"V. "V. Thornton.
Ban On-. Tho 2:40 train ran off tho
track yotterday at "Williams' saw mill.
Luckily the spcod of the train had been
cheeked, ami little damage was done Ono
of tlio brukemcn had his anclo crushed.
Police Court. Businoss in Justice
Uross.' police court was brisk yesterday.
Several unfortunate men wore mulcted for
flghtln;,', several for drunkenness, and sev
eral ladies of easy virtue for being in
mates of u house of ill-famo.
Lost. On tho evening of Sopt. 8, be
tween tho residence of Mr. T. B.Kllls,und
the Western Union telegraph office, a
small plain gold ring. Tho finder will bo
suitably rewarded by leaving tho sarno at
tho telegraph office. 2t
Bates op County Taxation. The fol
lowing nro tho rates of taxation loviod on
the tumble property of this county for tho
yeur 1871 : For county purposos, forty
cents on the ono hundred dollars: fornau-
per purposes, twenty-five cents on tho ono
hundred dollars; to pay the interest on
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad bonds.
New Countt Jail, Tho county court
csterday ordered that nn election be
old ut the ensuing November oloction for
the purposo of determining Wbcth'cr tho(
vuuniy snail uuuu a new jail, nna levy
pcclal tni to pay therefor. The same
qua.tien was submitted Ui the poople last
tall, but was hitcbtd to other propositions,
nnawoniaown with theuu 'Ir la'Drob
able the present effort to obtain tho order
of tho poople will meet with dlffarent
a . , .
hk rT, Uu akles. Tho arrivals at
tlwbt. Charles, yesterday, were as follows
as. ucimiomnn, Cobden, 111..; J. Munroo,
n. i.ou,.; u. u. Cook, Bl. lxiuis; J. 8,
wiuus, iiicngo, nn.. j, s oourson
Pittsburg, Pa,; AV. 0. l'litttt,. nv.t
A . A. Lowth and family, steamer Illinois;
i . i.uwii'b, .ir., jiempiii
lloontnn M.... n-.,.. '
.. Vt. 'lnwl.
leans; J no. K. Lufkin. Anna. Ills
"IUKIJ, SI. l.nil Mr, - .1 II
M.. ". . ' ' "
A. MatUinn ....... ,, ' .
S. Mntteson, BprinRtlU4 jii, .' j Vr
Thorpe, Oleveluud, Ohl , 'mI t u
ham, St. LouU; I O. (1,,
V.t Dr. T. 0. V.dWard., UnTon J
Tcnn.; Geo. K. Hatcher, Charleston, iijl
J. A. Oventon, Hickman, Ky.; (Jeo. Yui
Cincinnati, O.; Chas. A. fllccko, Balth
more, Md.- AVm. Bird, Blrdivlllc, Mo.
atnes Stevenson. Puluthl nt..
. w. i..v.i. i...i. ,., . .; .: '
MempW. V ' " v5 ,Z UDUir0n'
TJIE COLORED SCHOOLS.
COLORED CITIZENS WH TO KNOW WHO
CAino, Ii.L.,Kcpt. Ii, 1871.
AViVor of liutlctm.
titns Allow mo spaco in your columns,
In nnswer to njmrngrnph I noticed in your
Imuo of this dale, purporting to bo mndo
bv tho directors of tho public schools of
this place. iThoy say they havo employed
llr. B. C. Tnlford to teach the colored
school, and that it soems to give vory gen
eral satisfaction to the colored people. I
ask you the name of that director. AVe,
ns colored, people, havo never been con
sulted by any director. "Wo put them in
office, and hopo they will consider wo nro
capable of teaching ourselvos, with the aid
of tho district to which wo belong.
,A MEND TO T"K COLORED CITIZENS.
Caiiio, Ills., Sept. t, 1871.
Editor Cairo liullctin.
Mr. Editor: "Why is it that when'wrc
tho colored citizens of Cairo, voto, for such
men as wcluppoio'to bo our frlbnds, but
who aro tho rovorso, they provo io bo our
trongest oncmlcs? AVo would like it to
be gonorally understood that wo are not
entirely void of intellect. For Instance,
their invidious schemo of hiring tenclicrs,
when wo have, In our community, colored
teachers who are fully competent to icacb.
Tboy aro, objected to, through prejudice,
and our school 'remains closed until tho
directors can got all white toachors. Now,
Mr. Obcrly, 1 appeal to your judgment to
know if you think that is giving Justico
to our race M
Just Bkckived. AV. AV. Thornton,
Tenth street between Commercial nvcnuo
and Poplar street, has just received and in
storo 1,000 doors and 1,000 window and
For Bent. A now store-room, in a de
sirable situation, complete in its appoint
ments, and finished with counters, shelv
ing, office, etc. Gas throughout. It is
suitable for cither dry goods or groceries.
Good cistern and back yard.'ls located on
north side of 8th street, between Commer
cial and Washington avenues. Apply to
K. J. CuNDiir,
sepTdtf Cor. Cth st. and Com'l avo.
Noticb vor Contractors. Bids for
tho construction of anew Catholic church
will bo takon' till Monday, September
11th, 12 o'clock, a.m.
Plans and specifications can bo soon at
tho resldonco of Father O'Halloran, Cairo.
Further information to bo given by tho
architect,''' A. Druiding, St. Louis, S. E.
corner Olive and Fifth, Lowest bidder
will get tho contract,1 on giving security
for tho wholo amount.
Notice. I will pay a roward of $10 for
the discovery of tho whereabouts of my
daughter, who.iU's feared by mo was kid-
nipped by a parly or parties unknown on
Sunday last, and brought to Cairo from
hor homo near' Carri'cee's Landing, Ky.
Sho is about eighteen years of ago, fair
complcxioncd, light hair, has a small scar
on the forehead, and had on when she left
a cotton homespun dress, and an old stylo
sun-bonnet of tho same material. Her
namo Is Mary Ann Hudson. Information
in reference to her may he left nt Phil
J. A. Hudson.
Cuiro, Sopt. C, 1871. scCd3t
Mrs. Bono's New Bestacrant and
Saloon. Mrs.Botto has, nt last, com
pleted her now building, on Ohio levee,
next door to Mrs. Scott AYhito t dry goods
tore, and fitted It, Up in fine style. To
morrow she will throw open hor restaurant
nd saloon to tho public. Sho Invites the
patronagtiof all her old firiends and ac
quaintances and of tbo public generally
popular iu, tho .city, and will alwoys have
It supplied with tho vory best wines and
liquor in tho market. Tho .restaurant
will excol any in Cairo, and furnish to
hungry hatnanity all the'seasonablu edibles
dished up according to tho most approved
rules of tho culinary art
Notice. Chris. Anthes has opened his
new moat markotin PuulSchuh's old drug
storo, two doors below tho post office,
on Commor'clal avenue, and Invito! all his
acquaintances Lo atria) of his cut meats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, &c, iVc.
Also corned beof, pork and bacon. His
shop is kopt in tlio best of stylo, and his
piiBtnmers sorvod with neatness and dis
patch. Tho proprietor, Slr. Anthes, him-
golf attends to tho, shop, and his custom
ers may always feel assurod of fair and
honorablo treatment, fuu xccujm, anu mo
right change back, whothor thoy send their
children, or servants or attend markot
Good News, if True. Tho Alcnna
Artery learns from a private source that
" Buhiy '' Gen. Hurnaldo, for short will
bu in Cuiro on tha ICth, instant, to arrange
for work of surrender to a company that
will build the Cairo and Vinconnes'road
Thiiiis the only courso .now left for tho
general to pursue. Ho has had avory op
portunity to obtain raonoy and proceed
with the work, but ho haa failed in every
movement ho has. made. Ho has demon
strated, with great exactness, that be is a
failure as a business man, "and should now
got out ot tho way of better men men
who have tho ability to build the road, and
who are anxious to have an opportunity to
do so. Ho should do this, and then quiet
ly retire from public gazei "up tho spout
TnAT'QuoRTjM, The. difficulty of ob
tulnlnr- a auorutn. and: of keoplnc one
I . ... . 1 t 1 -
ODtaincu, 1. puconi i B Turjr FuM.io.
ing. The builnosi of t the city, by reason
of tbo indisposition of tbo members of the
council to attend meetings, drags its slow
lenglhlnlong, and It takes weeks to do
what might bo done in a few days. On
Friday night ono of tho aldormcn loft tho
room and broke Iho quorum, when a littlo
scene ensued. Great indignation was ox
pressed by tho remaining mombors, nnd
Alderman Fitzgerald ntado a motion call
ing on all members of tho council who
I cannot or will not attend to -the business
1 of the cltyf to Tetlgrt but, thero being no
quorum present, the question could not bo
! Vut. If It jiad been, tt,'woura havi carried
)Vy a unanlmotu vote, j
ON MONDAY NIGHT, 11TII INST.
The firemen of Cairo nro requested to
meet In muss meeting, til the Hough mid
Bendy engine house, on Monday night,
11th itiit., to decide upon n plan by which
n system of cisterns may bo established
that will furnish to tho llro engines of the
city n nevcr-fiiillng supply of water.
Turn out I
AVm. T. Beehwaht.
FESTIVAL AND CONCERT.
JIYTIIE LADY MEM HERS OK ST. JOSEPH'S
CATHOLIC CHURCiI, AT SCHEEI.'s HALL,
TU1 tPAY, 12TII INST. mOuTt AtiME.
Tho hidics.of St. Joseph's Catholic con
gregation havo organized themselves into
a society, tho mission of which is to pro-
vido tho ways and moans for decorating
tho church, nnd furnishing tho ornaments
for tho altar. In furtherance of this ob
ject thoy havo concluded to glvo a grand
concert and festival, tit School's hall, on
Tuesday evening, 12th Inst. Tho pro
gramme of tho proposed concert Is ns fol
By Professor Iscnbcrg's String Band.
1( The March of Coronation -Strauss,
t. l'otpourle , m.,0. Ji. V. Wclicr.
2. 'Ilio Winga of the Night I.nncr.
4. 'J lie Temptation Aulier.
. Aria of Grace Motart.
1, Com Flower , U. Coole.
X. My Poor Heart -..llishop,
5. The Dream or Youth .Strauss.
t. t'otpourlo - ...Ilerold.
bt l'otpourle, (souiuambula)
A cholco solcction of Solos, Ducts, For
zets, nnd Quartettes will bo sung by
Mossrs. Schlcsingor, Schuh, Merkcl, Bclz
ner and Mendel.
Supper will bo spread at 9 o'clock, and
will consist of oystors in every stylo,
cakes and all toasonable edibles that can
be obtained from the market.
Tho concert will commonco nt 8 o clock.
Tickets, SO cents.
FniLLir Bauoii is nmstor of his trade,
and warrants all of his work to bo of tho
eery best material and manufacture; guar
antees a complete fit and entire satisfac
tion, is not confined to nnyfparticular style,
but makes every variety of boots and shoes
from tho heaviest cowhide to the finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also keeps
a large stock on hand, o his own manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth st., south side,
near corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. dtf
Abstract of Assessqu Map.tin".- As
sessment. AA'illiam Martln,counly treas
urer presented his assessment of tho dif
ferent kinds of property for tho year 1871,
and from an oxamittation of tho abstract
wo flndtho following, showing:
10C1 head of horses valued at ....
WTO head ot cattle " " ..
405 head of mules aud nses rai d at....
1021 head ol eheip Tallied nt
14 head nf Hogs Tallied nt
Tot.l Taliie o. domestic nnimals..,
Indebtedness on same
alue of carriages and wagon.
" ciockb niui waiciies
41 pianos ...,
" Oooils and nierehsndise
' Hank shares .
' Manufactured nrtlclea
" Moueya nnd credits -..
1 Uonils, shocks. See..'.
i Unenumerated property
Total value of personal property...
Value of landa
Value ol town Iota
Total valuo of ull taxable prop'y... V!,I0,)31
This urn is $155,879 less thnp lust year's
H'iie Fiiif. Last Nioiit Destuction
OF WM. -MARTIN S JtUSIDE.NOE. vi v
o'clock last night a kerosene lamp ex
ploded in n small frutno houso on Cross
trcet, next door to tho resldonco ol Mr.
AVllliain Martin! county treasurer. Tho
Haines soon enveloped tho little cabin and
began to sproud to tho adjoining houses.
Tho alarm was sounded, nnd tho engines
wcro soon on tho ground, but with difll-
tlty obtained water. Tho Hibernians
throw thofirst.streain, followed in n second
r two by tho Hough ond Rcadys. Tho
.ittle Arab ran oil tho si lewnlk twico and
did not reach tho llro for somo timo after
tho other two, but when sho got to work
did good sorvics. Before tho engines
could got to work, tho firo had enveloped
tho residence of Mr. Martin, and It could
not be stopped until tho wholo house had
been consumed. If water had been con
venient this building could havo been
easily saved. Tho house cost Mr. Martin
over 4,000, and ho had on it SLW In
surance. -Two. of the cabins burnod be
longed to Mr. James S, Morris, but they
wcro of littlo valuo.
The Unity B hi doe. Tho county court
of Alexander county, and Hon. George S.
Pidgeon, county judge of Fuluski, who
rapreseutod the county court of Pulaski
county, met In pursuancooi nollco hereto
foro given, for the purpose ot opening tho
bidi received for tho building of a brldgo
across Cacho river, at tho old town of
Unity. Bids wore received as follows,
J 11 Caudle, ol Pulaski county S5,W) oo
Jam6 Ksmneuy, vi nisuuui i-uuui;.., a,ew lj
James Ityan, of Alexander county . lyxo
Jamea Carroll, of Alexander county i.',t00 to
Jnnn Hodieu. of Alexander county 2, loo tsi
Malor ft ilunsaker, of Alexander county., 2,300 w
K U. Hunter, of l'.ilaskl county li.ow 00
W II Wilcox, of l'ulnsUl county 1.8.V) 00
It T Holmaii.of I'ulaakl county ijjo oo
And It appearing that M. T. Holman's
bid was the lowest, the contract wns
awarded to him. The bid of S. B, Cnudlo
was not considered ut all tho court being
of opinion that ho wits only joking not
withstanding his oarnest request that tho
court should "address him" ut Mound
Oitv. in caso his vera low bid should moet
tho approbation of tho court. Tho court
didn't address him. Mr. Holman, tho
successful bidder is, wo aro Informed, a
first-class mechanic and hut had consid
erable ciporionco in bridge building, and
will be nble ts luVill his coautnl to tbo
C0UNT1' COURT PROCEEDINGS.
.SEPTEMBER TERM, 1871.
Tlll'llSDAV mornino, 1) o'clock, bettkm
JIKH 7, 1871 FOURTH DAY.
Tho following named persons wcro nl
luwcd tho sums sot opposite their respect
ive iintnc, as per bills filed, and orders or
dorcd to bo 'Irawn on tho county trensuror
J. 0. Iitnch, lor uoplt. of records ami ex
press cuirgcs u
Juiiii Jl. ui erlj & Co,, lor printing blanks
for county rl M
j. u. i.yiif ii, county clerk, for sundry eervl
cea ns clerk
John 11, Clossmnn coroner, for holding In
lineal on dead body
John II. Uosamnn, coroner, lor holding In
qneat on dead body, and burying body..,
Duller Reynold, lor county order d
n.roivu vj cuuair court.
atr.iytd by count
II. y. llarrell, fealhsr t. lister and basket for
circuit clerk', nftlen...
Cairo Oas Ocmpany, for gaa consumed In
rutin linusr..,, ,
Anthony Holmes, J.P., for holding Inquesf
on body of Hiram Oiler, and conTeylng
iiuiii u in? iriuaiiB..,
J. C. White. for feea aa countr aunerintend.
ent ol school. 31 day l!A 00
Tho roport of II. C. Barkhauscn, county
physician at poor farm, was approved.
F. Bross, county judgo, roportod that ho
had paid out $300, of his own individual
funds, In repairing tho brldgo across Cacho
river, on tho Cniro and Mound City road.
Jteport approved and his action con
A portion of tho Cairo and Tholes and
Cairo and Joneiboro roadi was ordered to
be rclocatod as follow, commencing at a
point on tho Cairo and Thobos road, whero
it diverges front the farm fonso of Mr.
Dickey, continuing along on tho rldgo in
front of Mrs. Dickey' houie, Intersecting
tho Cuiro and Joncsboro road noar tho
uppor end of what Is known as the " Petti
Tho roport of Dr. AVm. AVood, county
physician at St. Mary's Infirmary, was ap
A portion of tho Clear Creek and Cape
Girardeau road was ordorod to bo re-lo
cated, as follows: commencing at a atako
near tho church houso cast of tbo littlo
Hold, by the slough, thenco along the
slough bank north 10, west soventy-aoven
rods to a itako; thenco touth CO0 west
eighty-seven rods to a stake, thenco 76
west U8 rods to stake; south C9 west, 28
rods to stake, intersecting tha aforesaid
Clear Creek and Capo Girardeau road at
tbo second milo-stone.
Tho reports of inquest hold by John II.
Gossman, coroner, on bodies of Hiram
Oiler, David Johnson, Samuel Johnson and
Morris Clifford, and on body of an un
known party, wero soverally approved, a
alio report of an inquest held on tho body
of John Bellly by AVilliam McIIalo, J. 1
in South Cairo precinct.
George B. llerrick, Andrew Narr and
John Craig were appointed viower to lo
cnto a new road, if thought by them advisa
ble, commencing at a point on the Jones-
boro and Capo Girardeau road, near the
bridgo across Cedar creek, near G. A.
AYoods' bridge, intersecting tho road lead
ing from Nathan Sam's to AVillard's fer
ry, on Iho Mississippi river.
Tho boundary lino botwoon Dog Tooth
and Gooso Island precincts was changed
from the section lino betwoen sections 80
and 31, 29 and .12, 28 and 33, 27 and 34, 2C
nnd 30, 26 and 30, to tho township line be
tween townships 1C and 17.
AVilliam Martin, county trcaiurer, pre
sentcd n now bond as such treasurer, as or
dered by tho court, which was approved.
Tho places ot holding elections in the
following named places wcro changed as
below designated :
In tho South Cairo precinct at the
Rough nnd Ready fire engine houie,
In Unity precinct nt Hulcn'e school
In Thebes precinct at tho old court
Tho certificate of tho circuit clork of
Massac countv.o f tho numbor of miles
traveled by Louis L. AVickham, as a wit
ness in tho case of tho Pcoplo vs. John
Shaunneesey, was ordered to be referrod
back for correction thore being, evident
ly, a mlstnko in tho number of miles certi
Friday Mornino, Sept, 1871. Fifth
Application'wasjmade to tho court by tho
trustees of the orphan asylum of Cairo,
for a portion of tho stato tax, donated to
tho county by tho itato for 1870. Tho
court refused to mako tho donation, for
tho reason that none of thoBtato tax of 1870
liadjbecn paid over to tho county treasu
cr, so that such donation could bo made.
Tho report of AVilliam Jlartin, county
treasurer, on spcciul fund, was opposed on
tho following conditions: That the item
of commissions charged therein amount'
ing to thirty dollars be not allowed, but
that he bo allowed in lieu thereof, $21.
It wus ordered that AVilliam Martin,
county trcusuror, pay ovor tho balance of
ton dollars and twenty-six cents, in bis
hands' lu the gcnoral fund ut thonext term
of this court.
Tho following named persoas wtro ap
pointed Judgca and clerks of election In
tho prcclnts below muntlnnail:
South Cairo. II. AVatson Webb, Joseph
Mondol and John II. Kelly.
h'arth Cairo. John H, Robinson, Sam
unl Orr and Philip bhmWlt
nonA. Victor Tousell, Nlcholai
ir.in.ikor and David Borry.
Goose Island. Thomaa Martin, Ona
mil Oreenlov and Aloxandor Terrell.
.S'anfa l'e. Grcon Mauoy, Jamc Mc
Photers and Alexander Twento,
T;.ATlrinli McCulloro, Banaom
Thnmnsoii and Goorco AV. Siraoni.
Clear Creek. James L. Sanders, A. J.
nxi, niui John Craig,
tr-.r-.,;niehnrd Palmer. Mark
P-nss f.lld 1 . F. Blcliardson.
Unit,,. William J. C Mllford, Gcorgo
AV. Erwin and J. B. S.Hargls
AVanted At tho Dolmonico Hotel ono
i svruklv boardor. Fivo inoal
each day, prico 0 per week,
i .2nif AVm, AVintkr.
For Sale. a cotiago on j.w
nnt,tnW 7 rooms, cistern and owv
AV. AY. Thornton.
Notice of Removal.-J. 0. Carson ha
removed his agency to hi building, No,
lrjfi. near tho corner of Tenth itrcot nnd
Commercial avenuo, whero may bo soon a
full stock or muslcol, Instruments, sheet
music and notions, AJso a largo lot of tho
celebratod AVhcolor & Wilion lowing
Oaiiio, III., sopt. 0-10:40, p.m.
W or Department. Nhm.1 n.-t it u
A. division of telegram, and reports for
tho bonoflt of Commer n-i.- ii.-
'at.,' ofllclnl meteorological record for the
1 hours ondln lnMrt .
c, - J j'. III.
f H g
r ct s
ej w Tj
IT 86 71
66 74 C2
Si W IS
C6 74 0)
OS 88 74
72 87 72
SO 88 79
U 63 66
63 7 6V
IT as 78
GO C7 61
Chicago. ..i. i...
uniTa. ion..... ......
Nsw Orlaahs, l.a
fit. Louis, Mo...,
HI. Paul, Minn...
Clotld V Weather nrobabln for Knnit.r
from lako Erio to Missouri. Clear Weather
with rising barometer north of this
Southerly winds with light rain on tho
gulf coast nnd wcit of Florida. South
easterly winds on the south Atlantic, with
ti falling baromotor nnd increasing cloud
men; and easterly wind In the mlddlo
nd eastern itatei aroprobablo for Sunday.
Begular meeting of Cairo Lodge No.
237, A. F. & A. M, Mondav, evening,
September lltb, A. L. C87I, at 7 o'clock.
Visiting Brothcrn aro cordially invited.
AV. B. Kerney, Secretary.
Hoarding- houses uso Qillct's. ag!3
Beautiful blicuiti follow Glllet' bak
ing powder. ngl3
Paul G. Schuh sells Battingcr' modi-
Money refunded if Oillef goodi don't
AVkl. regulated families uso Glllet'.
Otsters. Louis Herbert haalwaon
band a fresh supply of Saddle Bock oys
Kindling. 600 " glass boxes " for sale
at 5 cent each. AV. AV- Thornton.
Marxiaoe Guide. Intonating work,
numerous engravings, 224 pages, Prico
50 cents. Address Dr. Butt' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Loul,
Mo. See Advertisomrnt. " tf
We would call the attention of our
country frionds who want to get good
picture to call on J. J. Thomai, who has
a very pleasant gallery on Commercial
avonuo for their, accommodation, and Ii
really tho best artist wehare had in Cairo
or a long time. tl
Frish Otbters. I am now receiving'
daily, the celobrated C. S. Maltby's II. and
M. brand of fresh oytteri, which aro unri
valled, and for talo by the can or caio on
the most reasonable terms, try them, al
ways warranted good and fresh.
11 1. M. 1 1. i bit.
Kynaston. Thii popular butcher will
re-open hit meat market on uommcrciai
avenuo, next door to Carroll's grocery, on
Saturday next, nnd invites a renewal ol
tho liberal patronage bo has heretofore re
ceived from the people of that portion of
the city. did
Gillxt's washing cryitnl makci wash
Ing caiy. ag 13
One package of Dr. Rattlngors tonic
herbs and roots put up with a gallon of
good whisky makes an cxcollent stomach
bitters, giving appetites, Improving diges
tion; also a preventive against malarial
fevers and especially a tonic In caio of
general debility. Trlco per package 25
cti. For talo by all lirst class druggists
and dealer in medicine. dawlw
Ask your grocer for Gillel' mow whlto
Go to Parker A: Blako's, corner Com
mercial avinuo and 11th street, for Aurora
AVm. Kliler? , at his shop ou 20th street
is still manufacturing every variety of
boots and shoes from genuine French calf
(he uses no other kind) which he selli
roidy made or made to order at prico
that defy competition. jy26tf.
Tho most popular shoo shop in town
is on 20th street opposite tho court house
hotol, whero AVm. Ehlers manufacture
boots and shoe for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, nnd which lio guanrnlocs to give
entire satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how. it is yourself. jy20tf
A New Stock
Toas, Coffeosand Sugars
if a-. sv .V...W1VU ina tailoring
.si.lillsiiment to his new store, at No. 104
Commercial avonuo. He keepi on uanu a
iplendld aisortment of plccogoodi' which
ho. w 11 mako UP for H I Clinomera in
mannor warranted to suit. o miiuj
only tho best workmen, and givei nn
nersonul attention to tlio business, icr
s ... . -. 1.1
r.M ills iniaranloOU. rrice reasouauiu
Call and eo hlra. aug301m
The Chicago Beor Saloon, AVbi
Schick, proprietor, Noi. 20,and 28 Eighth
ctreet, I a favorlto place of reiort with all
lovers of Weill' iieor, wquor ot every
description, and all kind of foreign and
homo AVines. No ordinary liquori aro
dlspeniod at tho bar of, laloon only
tho very boat, nnd gueiti find in attend
anco polite and accoinodatiig waiter.
freo lunoh ! spread overy
dav at iu
-William Alba's barber il op U grow;
in,, in miMle favor ovory day. It U neav
lv fitted up. anil can boast of tho most
.teiiif.ii workmen in tho city. Iho pro
prietor has had many years "P7
1.1. business and I. recognized ..ono of the
moit export ihavers in rsoumor..
.... s I.. I.Ia HA.
Ltin sHsiiinf AiUai is ft tnaaior
fcsiion. Citizen and tranger who wish
a painless slmvo, a luxurlom ihompoolng,
r tholr hair ut In tho latest itylo' hould
putronlzo Alba. His hop li on uommer-
At Joreenson'a mnv lo fiitinil tha o
uiar French assorted pickles.
AVhoro Do You
lluy Your Groceries ?
Everybody goci to Jorgenien'i fam
n J - - " - - - - - -n.,bu.. -Wl
Go to Parkar & Blake' for wind
IT I A milll sa. sIm ..aa
White' oriental pltkjei. t
0 V t U
Sell Cheaper Groceris
Can bo Bought
-Go to F4rk BtaWn for wall
tUlV lrillH.s itiil&i . AMm
At Eiehhoff BroV Factory.
Sll Furniture for Cash ;
Twenty pr oent. '
Tiaar Ihsn .nW . 1 n. 11..).. I. r . ,
" J I-Ml.l IN vl
Made out of Seasoned Luoabtr,
and will bt
Iniurod for Six Month.
A Baro Chance
Shrive' celebrated 11 Vclcck lu
oyettart at Jorgenien i. .
Thoie French Chorrie, in tyrap,
. i . .. . .
Flavoring Xxtnctt '
(Vt 3 u .'
Go to Pxkr k MisksV .for Uv
lamp chlmity, plt btwfui.Mr;.
Go to Jorgavn' tot ifS0t& Da
London cryital Tlnesr, la qtitU,
choic Genoete flit. tf
A Fine Aisortment
- Fancy Grootrie
Bvn': , ,
.-..11 ...n.Ma.iu? Iunln. wMmm In PtlvV
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
Go to Dr,
McGauley for Rattingtr'i F
A attl vs t r Mia I h a ami
i i4iiii iiniinirdirpniriii exirac
.. . n r ...m , . t. invainHurr . iuihih.
I ur MH.rH. rraaaureBasa. ismw
.nd ihtssbiiM lssaBaxcmee ana isas
b e mild ami poient t-ursuiiea, vnay iirm
.mm tmiLiiuainB.- B.iHn tix,.b
. Terr import. l iaawsjtasMMisw.as.isswsw.vrt
Ijt mall on receptor ma., a snanisiy
way, rs. i. i isussub.
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SAVE TWENTY P1R CUNT
Dy buylag your
EIGHHOS tf BR6s.,
..' I a' ;
iaiilBBios-BT., atariVNiaai amassaasr
if..... kLi.iiAii'seMihal Al.lt 1a Infana thO
cHIshu. of Cairo Ihal thejr.ara; mMtitiirlBf all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And har now ou hand and for, !.
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