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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1871.
I'OI.ITIf.VI.,
DEM0U11AT10 COUNTY CON
VENTION. . A convention of the. Ileinoeralio p"'y Is he rl.y
called to meet Hi tbo court-house, in Cairo, on
Tuesday tlio 15lli dnv of Bcptetnbci, U71, l ono
o'clock, " for tho purpose or sciocting uci
eUalea 16 the Ilfinocratie mbi lomraironion
bed in fnrlnfiflcld on mr fin any i. cioue
1871, for i)0ii)ln.iun candidate for Counl)
Tre asurer At Itio coining November election, nml
the transaction of such other business as rn;
he deemed necessary by M convention nt""
for the appointment f delegate ,,'f
ty contention, tho Democrat In
ciiim in niojnuuer iuuiu; - u,., hi
and requested to I10IJ precise' ()Bf cn
their rcsptcllve places of ti0'"0 ,,- t i!
Saturday the Klh Jay .of S'f'X.i',. 'to blch
nVlnok. n.m. The nltt)r"''' . tit i
each precinct In entitled '
iiaiiewnnii . ... p-p
, 2
Thebes,.
f.
12
Unity
Hon Tooth..
- ,orih Ciro
Koulh Cairo.... "
....-I'
Ily order
DEV. CO. CEN. COM
Pent. i.WK
TIUVEIM'S GUIDE.
TAKE NOTICE.
TIME TABLE OT TltE ILLINOIS CEXTRAL R, II.
On and aiVrKundar, Ma 14th, 1171, the follow
mi? time-table will govern the arrival and depart
ure of pAMWKtr trains at Cairo i
irtrf-Mail train, dally UM p.m.
Eirrets, daily - I.tS.tn.
Mad. dally.. .. 3.30 a.m.
Express, dallr. oxcert Hunday S.30i.m
Nothmseof cars from Cairo to St, Lonl, No
chrc'i'f Cars from Cairo to Chicago. Mfnt
jifj.ltg Boom fleeping can on night truinj.
IUfr?e checked to all linportint polntj.
The allentioa of (.nippers It especially
,led to the fact that a Fruit Express train will
ieClro daily, Saturday expected, and will
ke th rnn from this city to Chicago In t nty.
to hours. JAS. JOHNSON, ARent.
THE JKAILS.
AH HIVE. CI.03E
North, Througii V:Wa.m. S.Wp.m
., 2:10 plin. llftO p.m.
Scuth, Way l.MJp.m. lliWp.m.
" Tnroueh N. 0., Mem-
t)us Columbus 2.30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
Ohio River route, (except
l!oadj) . 5;Wp.m. COO p.m.
tronMontit&in R. R 2:30 a.m. 11:00 p.m.
Jim. River route, Tuesday
al EridV - C;00p.m. 7:00p.m.
Thetes, Goose Hand A Santa
re. Ills., Thurdy A Frl-
d,y.. ......J 0:00 p.m. 7:00 A. m,
MsyOU, Illasdviha and
LvteUre, Ky - 11:00 a.m. 4.00p.m.
emir, iififus.
General M.iery 7:30 a.m.
(andsysMoya.m.)
Wcney Order defuilmtM...... b.io ant. CM
Eegister " " ," " - b.W a.m. 1 00 p.m.
Money Order and Heiitr Uepartinint not
cpB0n!:andays.
SECRET JRDEUS.
TIIE MASONS.
Ciu GvuxtM'tBV, No. 13. talod Assembly
alUMAsylmM.ioni! Hall, firitandtlutJtS.it.
ordn IseiKh month.
CiiM0wril, No. 21, Uegular Convocation at
i.'Moic Kill, the tocoDd Krida in each month.
Cnao CHirTru, No. 71. K'pular Convocation
at Mwobk Hall, on the third Tuesday of every
in'ath.
Ciiav htt-it, Nn.2.t7 K. A A. M Uvgular Com.
ranoimtioni at Masonir ll.i'.l, tl.o xcond and
f niHh Mondayt. ot cacti month.
I'm Ixiwr, No. DO F. J A. M lieular Com
ai.ticatiun hI Maonic Hall "irft and third
Tt.'jrkl) in each month
THK OIiP-FKLLOW.i.
Airtitnii. Iiiir, !. Jletln in OJdlVlle'.
Hul, nArt.r'i ltuillinx, every Tiurday Jtn
iuc. l olo;k.
ii(Ti:i.s.
CUISNEU ."jlXTJI a Nil AVALNUT-ST.,
(Eritrtnse on riixth-et.,)
F
J. Oak's, 1
C. CaJy, )
tW. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
E. B.
ltli, )
OAKB?, CAUV A CO. I'roprittors.
COMMERCIAL 110TKL,
COM U EI'.Cl A L-AV EN UK, OPPOSITE V, O.,
CA1K0. IhLS. ,
JssEi'ii bavlUs, : .' : : MiontiETon.
The JloceE is Newly Furnished
AtJ oC?ri the j.uUtr firitUHS a,itominoda.
tl4ni ut taonoUe rater.
CENTRAL HOUSE.
0(.lU the I'o.uirK-e.onHiith f-tr t Ulween
( V, uhli-Kton as 1 Cominircial aeiiuc,
CM HO, ILLS.
Tuts Uo.c has K-tri thoroughly nter-hauli-d.
ieInruiaktaUs'1 rrbovated, and is now oni-ri fof
. V,iw"" . 1 "in rootm me a ur.'i.
kiiiuWl iotiltJ, and fu.liiime )i"t
i'riiiirii.r,
i..iwYi:its.
ALIMJN, MULKEV A AVIIEELER,
ATTOIiNEVS;
i
CQUKSELOHS AT l.W,
t -
WlllUiln J. 11!..
Jehu II.Muiaet' L
Kamiitl l'.Wtitiet.)
t'AlltO, ll.l.lNOIH.
BirlNrticular atlention i,ki. u, tl.e. hr.,i,i
mlrnllj liusinoai. 1 n"r hr'd J-
uFri(.'i'.riv.r ii..i v,ii...i i... ,
naim, DlilQ J.,
' tiltEKN A: (JILJJEKT,
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT ILAV,
Willim ll.dreen, 1
Mit'p.s;,!:.1;',:"' ; CAI"0' ILL,!t0M'
Wier.-GiiioLKVKK.nooMH 7 ami 8 over
t-" ' ATI Off A I, HANK.
'IVhlCIA.S.
h- "ftlOHAM.M. 1)
'""1UI.WHIHT,,
hour., to liia.in..ai.iil t.r3 .,,,, ''Hr.' ,!'we
no. M. Mnlh sliinl, C.ilro Hliuuia,
ItCSUviH.,,
A. WAD0 i'.MAIt, M.1T
PHYSICIAN, Kuroeon fcnd Aecouhiur, formiriv
dfAuna, Union county, Illinois, has fj,.
inaieni v lucaicn n li.ir,. r mir.i'..
avent
e, uaiaieu j.igiit), und Ninth alrot ls West
. ...... ..I..I,tl-l'IB
Sl'Jn
1 . many
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. J).
Krrlur'Vu r-rJ0' "urtecnih Urtet, bo
lueen Hasliininon Menu and Walnm (V,i
0c lilCoinmcrclaUli-nui', up ktalrn,
' 'tit W. DUNNING, M, 1).
"OfSIPKNCK cornerNliilli und Walnut kI
jfLOIBcft corner Willi Mroet inJ uino lnveu.
OlScwliouri-frwnO n.uj, tl'4w.,w.avr.in
NEW ADYERTISBMENTS
ua "ts:
if.V. ainiovi.i);
STJ5A3f ANi) OAS FITTER
,vniiitrR ii
.n rrxTtmiw,
filler K ni1 1 i"'""er mnienii,
H'uod
niiipr, plo'' ftni' ""5 "li' "loP
cocKe,cnpcu V:ilte
eii,te
ALSO AUtlt tOR ,
Tun llrolliera mivut Wry Metcra
And storehouse. Well Co's Automatic Water
Indicator. an! supply vane lor Meani unue rs.
WINTKIl's IILOCK, COM MKnCIAL-A VENUE,
C.lro,' Illinois).
scptl3t5
HEAL KSTATi: I'OK WALK.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
AUCTION.
I will pell at Public Auction
ON MONUAT TI1K 2D DAY OF OCTOllEIt, 1971,
at 10 o'clock, i, M,t on tho premises, that
DES1RAI1LE RESIDKNCi:
iin.tf, I on Walnut between 4th and Mil bN. be-
li.u nn lot 25. block 14. cltr of Cairc. a.vl at
preent occupied by A. Blaiit, Esq. ,
1 no llouBv ! n irnmo cuuiiiiiu o ru.Jiur, w 1111
closet., wood house, cistern, Ad i
At tho same time and place, I will sell tho
TWO VACANT LOTH i
adjoining sat lots, 23 and 24 in tamo block) and
alaoloUJl, 31 and 33 in block 21, first addition
to the city of Cairo, fronting 73 feet on ai-i si,,
and running back l(w foot, bcln between Com
mercial avenue and I'opUr street.
Title J'erfecL Torma cash bnlance In two
equal payiuoits of Cand 19 months with 10 per
cent interest, iccurtd try (Iced of trust on tho
property. 1 C, "WINSTON,
ditaw ,
jkjocacjcsisT.
Eoitou Dru.iTi.1 tI'lease announce ie as a
candidate lor rc-clectton to the offlca of County
Treasurer, aubjoct to tho deciaionof thadamo
cratlc convention. WILLIAM MARTIH.
THE BULLETIN.
1'ultIUbcti every mornlnf, Xoninj ex-
crpirn.
I
BREVITIES.
l'opo it buck.
Col. Taylor nd'Mr. Saffurd left yoi
Urday for Now-Tork. . ' ,
The steamer " Virginia " clears this
evening for New-Orleans. )
Business in tho polico court yoitcrday
was only fair to middling.
Get ready to vote fr. a new counlv
jail. "Why not? "VVoneodil.
Mr. 1. "V. Barclay and family left tho
city yesterday on a visit to tboir old homo
in .Kentucky.
A black girl, namod Julia Blue, was
fined 55 and costs yesterday for using pf
fensiyo language.
Phillip linugh gives fair warning
that horuftfter ho will not pay tiny debts
contracted bv his wife.
Mr. J. II. Robinson is absent on i
visit to friends in Ohio. Why didn't we
ascertain the fact before ?
The beautiful rain. She cAtnojto
Cairo yciterdny afternoon, and was loung
ing around &t the hour of going to proii.
Count Rciller, n notorious sharper,
got away with Dave Grcar a few nights
Rgo, and 'secured $20 of thai gentleman's
hard earnings.
Councilman Ualliday has an aversion
to rat stories. One that was commenced
last night in tho clerk's offico was, by him,
nipped in the bud.
City Attorney l'opo offers ono hun
dred and sixty acres of unimproved land
in Johnson county for snlo on reasonable
tcrme, or in axchano for Cairo properly.
The late A. H. VanKuercn was buried
by Hope Lodge, No. 232, 1. O. 0. F. Tho
lodge ttdopted resolutions of condolence
and respect, which wo publish this morn
ing. "We have been afllicted with drunken
printers during tho past week, and aro
bold to assert that wo prefer the yellow
fever, cholero, itch, or, worse still, Bour
bon democracy.
Jewett Wilcox will return to Cairo
from llsHirnoro with our Sir Knlchts.
The latch etrin" of Tim Bulletin office
is out. l'ull it, Jewett, and come in whou
you return.
Julia Rcddington was up beforo Bross
yeEterday, and wus fined $5 and costs for
diiturbini; tho pence, and $10 and costs for
resisting an otiicor. Tho goutlo Julia is a
virago of the first water.
The connected cittern plan of sup
plying tho fire engines with wator meets
tho approval of everybody who investi
gates the subject andhas no ax to grind by
having soino other plan adopted.
The propoied now council chamber
and city olfices, on tho corner of Twelfth
street and Commercial avonue. aro bolne
plaitered and othorwtso lilted up by Mr.
Cunningham. They will bo just tho
thing.
We have been requested to open not
our tnlklng mouth again in reference to
to buggy accident which resulted in the
dettructlon-tho utter ruin oftho beauty
of tho only good looking fire insuranco
agent in Cairo. Wo are dumb.
Mr. II. Meyer's new businsss house
will bo tho handbomoit on tho levee. It
i rapiuiy approaching completion. Mr.
.Stock (loth will
and display a stock of lquor, ti10 most
tompieie outside of the great cltlos.
The " Massa Moso and Massa John"
imnunicaiion which appeared in tho lit
.tie shut over tho way on Tuesday, was
f Fnln I Im , f . '
..v. ...u j'vii ot u. Washington Munn,
Will tin f-nriElilrir ... ,
..... u, ouonsivo ir wa
UlU VUlUIIIUIIIUUVIUn. llku his ln.,i ,,i
nothing in it V
Captain Sandusky ilrcs a broad.M. at
his traduccrs this morning. 1I0 donouncos
rt'tiort Unit livn i'n..ln l.l.l
. . ..-iiivii mm VIU1CIIV
hklldn oil him n. f,,l. I.,
vvouVdnfrrs,uvhom no wo,nan
A mocUiit? v .i.. .
morn, umIi i... t...v. -"uur ui coin-
. ii i V a CI1tbor
..
thor aO , Z ;yy ..IBM. n
AfullaUeT,daneoormeX:IU.tk,hol,J-
Tho .Vmm plays excelloi,uv !. .i
nico llttlo game of "now you sou ,
now you don't." ,u
-WurthWton. thn ..hem i
, limn,
Who ran a brlof and not brilliant career In
Cairo, advortlses in the Metropolis Jour
nal nroward of $500 for tho apprehen
sion of a picture thlof. Ho might put a
ntimbor of those dollars to good uso by
li.itildatlng n few debts ho loft bohlnd him
Jn tliis city. 4
Win. Killers, nt his shop on 20th Street
is still manufacturing every variety of
boots and shoes from gctiulno Fronch calf
(ho uses no other kind) which lio eoll
roady mado or mndo to order nt prico
that defy competHion. , jySOtf.
ille Is dead J. II. Metcalfs famous
old Tom Cat. When ho yielded up tho
ghost and went to tho country from
whoso bourne nu cat returns, ho wub 15
yearn, C months and 4 days old according
to tho family register, l'caco to tho old
boy's ashes. Ho lonvos no family, having
died in bachelorhood.
Tho most populnr shuo shop in town
is on 20th street opposite the court house
hotel, 'whero W,D' Elilors manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to be of tho best Fronch calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guonrnlees to give
entire satisfaction. Coll on him andiyou
will know how it is yourself. jj-'ltf
Tho S'lr KnVghts4 of this city whoiwlll
attend the great Sir Knights' ro-unlon in
Baltimore, aro Manning Maylloldj C.
Winston, C. Hanny, Rev. Mr. Conn, C. C.
Davidson, Louis Jorgonson, ,Jno. Antrim,
J. B. Fulton, P. W. Barclay, J. 0. Willis,
C. E. Leo and B. F. Blake. They will Com.
nienco the pilgrimage on Friday next,
1 The bids for tho c'Jnitruatloh of St. Jo
seph's Catholic church woro opened ' on
Tuosdaynight. They nro os follows: J'O.
A. Christmnn, slnto roof, $22,400; Arthur
Boyle, slate roof, $21,500; Timothy Gor
man, without brick and sand, $17,000;
John Madden, $18,812; G. W. Hendricks,
$18,450; John Major, $10,015; R. L. Mel-
ober & Son, St. Louis, f 15,500.
The select council met last night and
allowed a number of bills. After it au-
journed ajotnt meeting of tho council was
held and tho business of reading ordinances
was proceeded with. All tho members
present tako a lively interest in ordinance
literature- almost as much as tho readers
of The Bullktin, who, no doubt, pro
fer calomel.
Mr. Jool G. Morgan and Mr. L. H.
Paradoe havo commenced the publication
of a dally papor at Shawncetown called
Tht OaitUt. Tho first nnmber was issued
on last Tuesday and has not yet como, to
hand. Tho proprlctors'promiso to furnish
to tho Shawneetown public "a live, inter
esting daily, devoted to the interests of
Shawncotown and tho dovolopment of
Gallatin county." Wo wish the enter
prise, which is a venturesome one, abun
dant success, and hopo that The Bulle
tin may find aplacoon The Dally OazetU'i
oxcuango list.
Reuben Smith, a colored man, In a
communication to tbo.Sun,attacks tho col
ored men of the city who rofuse to be led
backward and forward in the interest of
whito radical office-seekers. P.euben is the
fellow who published ajcard in Tug Bul
letin some time ago declaring that he had
been ousted from the janltorshlp of the
Thirteenth street school houso for not rot
ing for Mr. Uarrcll for school director,
and asserting that ho bad voted for him.
On tho samo day he handed in this card he
told Mr. Webb tbut he had votod for h'm
A darkey of this kind will, of court?,
willingly bo used as the tool of tho white
radical grab-all managers.
The following arrivals woro registered
at the St. Charles hotel yesterday ; J. W.
Weslcott and family, Memphis; Wm.
Grows and daughter, Memphis; J. S.
Wallace and wife, Now Madrid, Mo.; Jas.
J. Walker, Now York ; S. Kaufman, In
dianapolis, Ind.; A. D. Armstrong, str.
Susie Silver; G. II. Cheek, Marietta, Ga.;
L. T. Moore, Cenlralla, Ill.; Geo. Schulzo,
Pincknoyvlllo, 111.) L. W. Purfon, Chi-
cago; JI. C. YvHgni, vincinnait; w. ai.
Harkoy, 0. B. Schultz, A. ii. Lyolystcr,
Hornersvlllo, Mo.; W. F. Kennett, Shel-
ton, Mo.; John 8. Gibney, Wheeling, Va.;
L. B. Alden, Quincy, Mich.; Thos. Boll,
Louisville, Ky.; James Boll, Cobden, III.;
J. J. Hooker, Cincinnati, O.; W. H.Gard
nor, Saundors, Mass.; J. II. Overton,
Hickman, Ky.; N. Hoffman, Ft. Wayne,
Ind.; S. Bernard, A. 0. Duboin, Fort
Wayno, Ind.; C. Kencall, wifo and daugh
ter, Montgomery, Ala.; Capt. Geo. L.
Norton, steamship Crescent City, New
Orleans.
An Italian was arrcstsd yesterday by
Chief of Polico Myors on suspicion of be
ing tho nssassln of old man Bccbo. On
tho day of tho murderous . assault, tho
Italian with a little boy came with u wag
on as far as Lake crook bridge, twolvo
miles from Cairo, on tho Unity road. Tho
party In chargo of tho wagon stopped
near tho bridge for dinner, and tho Ital
ian and hoy passed on. In ten intnutos
aflor, Beebo passed tho bridge and follow
ed after tho Italian. In about an hour af
ter the party in chargo of tho wagon
started forward aftor tho Italian and
found Boebe on tho roadsido. about ono
inllo from the Mississippi on what is call-
ad tho Potta road. Suspicion immediate
ly fell on the Italian, and on this Informa
tion ho was arrested. Tht chief searched
him 'but did not find any property
on his person ' that could be
identified as that stolon from Boabe. He
then took his, prlsonor into tho presence of
the wounded man who stated that tho
Italian was not, the man who had assaultod
him that a younger man had struck
hint. Boebo it In a dangerous condition,
and has only n confused recollection of
tho attack tnat was mado upon him. Tho
affair is still involved In mystery.
A radical correspondent of tho S'tm
says the democrats of Alexander county
know thoy must havo the colorod voto
and are playing a sharp game to get it.
The democrats ot Alxendor, county do not
need tho negro voto to elect their ticket.
Wo can got along without ono vote cast
by a colored hand, and we do not proposo
to worry oursolvcs about tho nay thu
man and brother may vote. Wo know ho
Is yot oa deoply steeped in projudlco too
ignorant of lilt own interest too child-
llko R,,d W!m'a ln tbo 1KSonco of his mas-
1 ' " raalc-" poUtlclan-too
lardlyto break nway from tho pressure
P"' 0,1 ,,olu' n' J Jradlcal trace.
ftuawoproposgw WRlVftwUllauntllhob
comes n freo man indeed, educated and en
llghtoned In tho principles of tho govern
intnt, when ho cannot bo hold, ns
now, under tho thumb of his present polit
ical owner. Then, of coiino, ho will vote
tho democratic ticket, nnd not till then.
Wo know thcro nro exceptions to this rule,
nil'' that n number of thu moro onllglitoiicd
and honest colored men of Cairo voto the
democratic ticket, and tho number is daily
increasing. But whether ho is in or out
of tho democratic party, wo wisli to give
tlio negro a fair chnnco In tho raco of llfo. '
Wo wish to have him educated, and bo-
llovo he should bo allowed every oppor- !
tunlty to labor for his dally bread to bo-
como an element in American society that
will aid tho whito man in pushing the
country forward to prosperity. And
nil democrats dcslro this rosult.
But it will novor bo obtained
if tho negroes becomo pro
fessional pot houso politicians and chronic
ofllce-sookers j and thoy should teach
Ihcmselvcs this fact. It will be of great
iciicflt to tiicm if they should learn it, and
profit by it.
Resolutions or RKsrncT. At a Bpe
cial meeting of Hopo Lodge, No. 232, 1. 0.
0. F., Du Quoin, 111., Soptombor .1, 1871,
tho following resolutions were adopted :
WitKiiKAs, Tho merciful God in His
Providcnco has called from among us our
beloved brother, A. II. VanKuoren, who
died In tho City of Cairo, September 2,
1871, therefore, bo it
lluolvctl, That in tho death of brother
VanKuercn this lodtjo hns lost n worthy
member, nnd feels deeply his loss; that
wo ayinpalhizo with his borenved family
and ten dor to them our heartfelt sympathy.
Ileiolvdf. That as n mark of rcsncct. tho
members of this lodgo wear tho usual
lsIgo cf mourning (30) dnys.
iffiot-f(,That tneso resolutions bo pub
lished in tho DuQuoin Tribune, DuQuoln
Jlenublican, and Cairo Bulletin, nnd
also a copy of thorn bo sont to tho widow.
Jtesoiteti, j not ono pago or tlio i,odgo
Record be inscribed sacred to his mem
ory.. ..
(Bigneu) t-KO. . ALL,
J. UoOKSTAVKIt,
D. D. Uatfiklp,
Committee.
Cuuncii Matteks. Our collecting
agent, Elder Willinm Gaedtnghagln,
whoso honesty nnd energetic labors wo
tako pleasure in commending, has collect
ed tho following amounts in tho tovns
named below, for the purpose of relieving
our churoh oftho financial burdens which
encumber it, viz:
Bellvllle.
Alton Baptist Church
Otter Creek. .
Virden ltsptlat Church
Qlrard Baptist Church
Carrol ton Association ....
II.'. 00
, K (u
. 13 10
, C 34
13 10
IS 31
Tola!.
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C9
T. J. Shores,
Pastor First Baptist Church, Cairo.
Notice to Shiitkiii. Until further
notice tho transit steamer, Illinois, will
extend her trips to Hickman twice n week,
viz: Tuesday and Friday mornings, and
if the amount of freight will justify her in
so doing, sho will mako three or four trips
per week. For tho present, freight will
bo received on the Transit Wharf Boat
only on Mondays and Thursdays. I am
prepared to sign through Bills of Lading
via Hickman ,o prominent points reached
by tho N. and N. W. Railroad and its
connections in the states of Kentucky,
Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Alabama and Florida.
scpl2dlw James Joh.non, Agent.
CiiAHiiEit OK CoiiMEiicE. Having boen
petitioned by ten members of tho Cairo
Chamber of Commcrco, in accordance
with tho rules nnd regulations of said
chamber, to call an extra meeting of tho
chamber, for the transaction of goneral
business, nolica is hcroby given that an
extra meeting oftho chamber will be held
on Monday, Soptombor 18th, 1871, at 7
o'clock, p.m., in tho reading room of tho
St. Charles hotel.
G. D. WlLLIAMhO.V,
President.
Cairo, 111., Sept. 13, 1871. 3t
Phillip Uauoh is muster of his trade,
and warrants all of his work to bo of tho
very beil material and manufacture ; guar
antees a complete fit nnd entire satisfac
tion, is not confined to any'particular style,
but makes every variety of boots and shoes
from the heaviest cowhide to tho finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also keeps
a lurgo stock on hand, of his own manufac
ture, and uny ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should cull on
him at his shop on Eighth St., south side,
near corner of Ohio lovee, Cairo. dtf
Mi;. Ro.senwatek, of tho firm of Gold-
stino & Roscnwator, returned from Now
York, to-day, whero ho has boon for sov-
ral weeks pabt purchasing goods for tho
full and winter trade. Thcso goods wcro
purchased before tho recent advance in
prices, and tho firm can assuro their pa
trons better bargains in fall nnd winter
goods than was over beforo offered.
Now is tho tlmo to mako purchases.
Sept. 13-Ct
Notice to Teacheks. Tho board of
oxamlners for tho county of Aloxandor,
will meet for tho examination of tcachors
of publie schools, on Friday tho 16th inst.,
at 4 o'clock, p. in., at tho school houso on
13th street, in the city f Cairo.
John O. Wnm:,Countv. Supt.
soptl52t
Fiiesh Oysteku. 1 am now rcccivinK
dally, the colobratod 0. S.Multby's II. nnd
31. brand or rrcsit oysters, which aro unri
valled, and for salo by tho can or caso on
tho most reasonable terms, try them, al
ways warranted i;ood and fresh.
M. Wl.VTEIt.
J-OH WALE OU J'.ICHANdK JOIl CAIItO
Pitoi'KUTr. I havo One Hushhkij and
STXTT acres ;or llrst-class unimproved
lanu in dounson county, wlilch I will soil
on roasonablo terms, or exchnngo fr Coiro
city property. y, jj, 01,K
dim
Hit. jtATTiNO eh s Kover Drops havo
cured casos of fever and Ague of two voars
stnndlng which misted all other treat
ment; tlieso drops never full when taken
as dlroctod nhd person not need havo fovor
n second tlmo when they can bo obtained.
soplOdawlw
Fon Rent, Fivo rooms over tho city
council chamber, Emjulro of Jacob G
A LIE REFUTED,
CAPTAIN SANDUSKY DENOUNCES Ills BLA.
DKltltltS AND BTtlU THEM UP WITH A
LONtJ POLE.
Kdilor Calm llullelini
Diaii Slit : 1 hnvo never beforo thought
my affairs of enough Importance to bo
brought to tho public attention, and would
not now Intrude any of my bungling sen
tences Into your columns if I woro not
fully satisfied that my self-respoct de
mands that I should denounce a certain
malicious falsehood, which has been
aimed nt my character and is now in cir
culation In this community, in a manner
as publio as it has beon asserted.
Somo cowardly dog, too cowardly to bo
bold in falsohood and mean enough to cut
his trustor's throat or pluck the crutch
from tho old limping siro and with it beat
out his brains, in ordor to injure mo in my
business and in tbo estimation of my
friends has been circulating tho report
that I was recently cowhidod by two
womon. This roport has no foundation in
fact. It is a hugo falsehood a lio from
turrot to foundation stono, and its archi
tect, lost in tho multiplicity of liars who
havo been repoatlng it with knowing bend
shakos, is a master in his profession, and
may boast, when he wishes to bo cundld,
Hint his falsity is only cquallod by his
cowardice, in comparison with which
ovon tho cowardico of blustering Falstuff
would becomo tho horalsm of Hector.
My acquaintances will not bclievo this
roport, I know, but oven a fnliohood when
it is ropcatcd frequently, without contra
diction, nssutnes tho features of truth; nnd
this falsehood, unknown to mo, has passed
through many mouths und boon repeated
by both men nnd womon. Tbo hoad of
tho malo constructor of this lie is yet on
his shoulders, a fact that may be explainod
when It is known that ho is unknown to
mo. Tho women who havo so llttlo re
spect for their tongues as to pormit thorn
to rotail a lie so shallow, emphasizing it
with tho lie of thoir own, that they "know
it to bo trne," are, I venturo to Intimate,
in bad business. If they could induce
thcmselvos to nttend to thoir own business
and bo truthful, thoy would enjoy a sensa
tion they have uot felt for years clatter
ing gossips they aro.
Tho report, Mr. Editor, is, as I havo said,
baso falsohood, and I shall not fail to com
pel any ono who gives it currency to
answer in damages for slander beforo a
jury of good and true men. I mean what
I say. Jokes may bo toloratod when they
do not injure character, but this cannot be
considered a joke, and those who wish to
enjoy it by verbal publication may find
the sport moro expensive than thoy imag
ine. Wm. U. Sandusky.
Cairo, 111., September 13, 1871.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
The palatial stcamor, "VIRGINIA,"
will Isave Cairo this (Thursday) evening,
Sept. 15th, for New Orleans and all way
landings. Tho "Virginia" is ano of tho
finest boats now floating on tho waters of
the Mississippi, and is under tho command
of that oxperienced nnd caroful mas tor,
Captain 0. G. Schulf.. Whilo Schultz
commands passengers may bo assurod that
they aro as safe on board the "Virginia"
as they are on thoro in their own houses.
In tho olfico prosides Lcn. S. Miller,
clerk, who is tbo most affable nnd obliging
gcntlcmnn on tho river. He makes tho
"Virginia" home-liko to all passengers
Wo cheerfully recommend tho "Virginia'1
to the down-tho-river traveling public as
the boat to travel on.
Notice. All persons are hereby in
formed that, aftor this dale, September 13,
1871, 1 will not bo responsible for any
doMs contracted by my wife.
Phillip Bauqii.
Infants. -Much suffering to these tender
little buds cf tho family might bo allayed
by using Mrs. Whltconib's Syrup. Sco
advertisement In another column.
sepl3dawlw
Sleeping Rooms von Rent. Ton
well ventilated sicoping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
EDWARD DEZONIA,
At City National Bank.
MAitnuaK Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 21 pages, rrico
CO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Strcot, St. Louis,
Mo. See Advertisement. tf
Kynarton. This popular butcher will
ro-open MS meat marKCi on commercial
avenue, next door to Carroll's grocery, on
Saturday noxt, and invites a rcnownl ot
tho liberal patronogo ho has horetoforo re
ceived from tho peoplo of that portion of
tho city. did
Wb would call tho attention of cur
country friends who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very pleasant gallery on Commercial
avenue for thoir accommodation, nnd is
really tho best artist wehaye had in Cairo
for a long timo.
Mksbrh. Ooldstink & Rosenwatkr
have filled (heir storo rooms, up stairs and
down, with tho best selection of fall and
winter stock ovor brought to this market.
Thoir sholvcs, countors, tablos nnd every
nvallublo spoco is covered with ovory vari
ety of frosh goodf, which thoy aro selling
at prices that bring them within the roacn
of nil. septl3dCt
The New Wilson. Smith & Brink-
mover, cor nor commercial nvenuo nnu
Eighth stroct, nro selling tho Now Wilson
Undor-Fccd Shuttle Sowing Machlno, tho
best nnd cheapest machlno in tho world.
It is sold $20 cheaper than any other ma
chine. Some of tho many advantages
claimed for it aro ns follows :
1st. It is as durable, woll flnishod, and
costs as much to manufacture as othor
First-class Machinos; but soils for somo
$20 lcfK.
2d, For humming and felling it is un
surpassed.
3d. That it is tho simplest sliuttlo ma
chlno mndo.
lth, It has less wearing parts.
Oth, It has no grooved cams, ball joints
compound cranks, or coir wheols.
Oth It Is adapted to n larger range of
work, without clmilge, than uny other Bin
chine.
NOTICE, j
Illinois Central ltnllrord Company. 1
Caibo, Hoplcmber II, 1871.
In order tonccomodnto porsons wishing
to attend tho Joncsboro fair, n coach will
bo attached to tho frolght train leaving tho
"tone depot' nt 4:C0 n.m., nnd will bo re
turned on tho frolght train leaving Jones
boro nt 0 p.,,,., ttrrjvjng ftl rjaro nl 8.30 p,
m. Excursion tlokots will bo good on
thcso trains. This arrnngomont will eon
tinuo during tho fair.
..... Jamkii Johnson,
"PHd" Agent.
NOTICE,
IlLISOIS CrxtSiL tUUlOiD CoMPSMt, 1 ,
Autm's Orrici, September 7, 1471. J
We will commonco the salo of tickets to
tho Jonesboro Fair, on September lllb
and discontinue on the 15th. Tickets
good until tho 10th Inclusive. Faro
round trip, $1.00.
Tho sale of tickets to tho Union Fair, to
bo holdon at Centralis, will cornmence on
Soptombor 18th, and bo discontinued nftor
departuro of A. M. train, Soptombor 23d.
Tickets good until tho 23d, Inclusive
Faro, round trip, $5.60. Tickets will bo
onjjulo to parties really going to attend
tho Union Fair at Centralia on nnd nftor
tho 15th, but to nono others,
dlw James Johnson, Agont.
Notice. Parker & Dlakohavo romovod
to Bross' lirick storo, on Commercial avc
nnc, second door from the corner of 11th
street. Thoy havo added to thoir already
largo stock of paints, oils, window glass,
wall paper, shades, lamps, varnishes, etc.,
nnd Invito thd.public generally to call on
them In their now quarters. Thoy mako
a speciality of tho colobratod Aurora oil,
which thoy will supply to their customers
in quantities from a half pint to ten bar
rels, at much less cost thuo coal oil, and
warrant It not to explode. augJCdlm
SHORT ITEMS.
Choice Tom
at
Evans'.
At Jorgensen's may bo found the pop
ular t rench assorted plckios. tf
Where Do You
Buy Your Groceries 7
at
Evans.
Everybody goog to Jorgensen's family
gorccry for the Hal ford Leichestsrsblro
sauce. tf
Go to Parkur & Blake's for window
glass, putty, etc. aug2Cdlm
Jorgensen has a gwat run for Capt
White's oriental pickles, tf
Evans
Sells Cbsaper Groceries
than
Can ba Bought
in
Cairo.
-Go to Parker dc Blake's for wall pa.
per, window shades, etc. nugiCdlra
Furniture,
At Eichhoff Bros.,' Factory.
Encourage
Home Industry.
Wo
Sell Furniture for Cash ;
Twenty per cent.
Lower than any other Dealer in Cairo.
Our Furnituro
Is All
Mado out of Seasoned Lumber,
and will be
Insured for Six Months.
A Raro Chance
For
Bargains.
Shrive'i selebrated 11 o'clock lunoh
oyettors at Jorgensen s. tf
Those French Cherries, In syrup so
popular with connoiscura are sold by Jor
gensen. ' tf
Gillet's
Flavoring Extracts
and i
Yoast Powders
at
Evans'.
Oo to Parker & Blake's for lamps
lamp chitnnoys, paint brushes, etc.
aug2Cdlm
Oo to Jorgensen's for imported Dun
dee orango marmalado, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
choico Gcnoeso figs. tf
A Fino Assortment
of
Fancy Groceries
at
Evans'.
Go to Parker & Blako's, corner Com
mercial avenue! and 11th street, for Aurora
oil, aug2Cdlm
A Now Stock
of
Teas, Coffcos and Sugars
Jnst Rocclvod
nt
Evans'.
-Mr. F. Rose has removed his tailoring
establishment to his now store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. He koeps on hand a
splendid assortment of pleco goods which
ho will mako up for his customers in a
manner warrantod to suit. He employs
only tho best workmon, and gives his
personal attention to tho business, Per
fect fits guaranteed. Pricos reuonablo.
Call and seo him. augBOlm
The Chicago Beer Saloon, "Wm,
Schick, proprietor, Nas. 26 and 28 Eighth
treat, is a favorite placoof resort with all
lovors or waiss' Jleor, iiiquors or avery
description, and all kinds of foreign and
homo Winos. No ordinary liquors art
disnonsod at the bar of th saloon only
tho very host, and guests nnd in attend
-...
ance polite and accomodating waittrs
A
freo lunclt is spread every uj
at. 10
o'clock a.m.
aual7tf.
William Alba's barber si op Is grow
ing In publio favor ovory day. It Is neat
ly flitml ud. and can boast of tho most
skillful workmon in tho city. The pro
prietor has had many years' oxporienco in
his business and is rocognlzod as ono of the
roost expert shavers in Southorn Illinois,
whilo vounit Alba is a mnstor in his pro
fession. Citizens nnd strangers who wish
n painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or thoir hnir ut in tho latost ftylo should
patronize Albo. His shop Is on Commer
cial uvquuq next door to Hannon's newi
depot. dtt
ng!3
Boarding houses uso CJIIlot's.
111! i Itartliiis 1 .!.... 1 1 slltl..
a a- u u IIISUUI.S IUllUW UllIU
!.- ....
I hit uunuui K
Paul 0. Schuh soils Rattlngor's
clncs.
juoHBT rvmuueu it uiitevs
Well rceulatod families usa
ag43eowdaw2m
Kindling. 500 "glass Voiw"
JoJlti.
m t i . .. ..
HID UULUll USB IflllOLS UIU
powdor.
For 8ALP- A cottaeo on 19th
containing 7 rooms, cistern
houses complotc. Apply to
tT . a a t . - . I T
each day, prico $6 per woek.
A. Hit IsVIQ VI UVIUIIIlia Us HUtfU
crowuoti witn customers rrom
till night
Otsteri. Louis Herbert has
hand a fresh supply of Saddle
tors.
ing easy. ag
Just Rkoeividv W. W.
xonin stroet ootwesa commereiai
hiiu x uiimr h l r i , i una mil idcbit
wis i,wv uuun sum ,wv wiswv
mouldings.
Notice. Chris. Anthes has
new meat market ln PaulSehuh's
store, two doors balow tho pest
i t.i ...... .-j it,
acquaintances to a trial of his cut
uvvi. porar. vosi, mutton. auiHt,
Also corned beef, pork and baco
hvv ao isviii ft Duv svoi va bmsvi
naTYn ' hii titnnt iiv. m v. Ami.
am
elf attends to the shop, and Ms
ors may always fool aasurad of
honorable treatment, full wight.
no fit change tack, whsinar tney
children, or emails or attend
NP.UVnTTH TKT4TT.T'l'V
us.urureMiosi, lavsiiniarr sssi
! of sMmn, aax-rataiorruaea
power, dlaar liraul. loss of
anitl slirrateufd Impotence and
clllty, stud at Bovrerelarn cure In
I.In mllil ami ruiir,t f?nr&tiaa 111., a
once at the roots ot the matter, tone up
have, cured thousands of cases. lriee
is verjr Important In obstinate or oidcas
n. a no h mt. Mran i.v .lriiaviau.
I r' - v . . " ..
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wij, i. ,-, rc,iiuji, Agfa..
ausl2.dow,ewlT
IIY UOODW.
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LARGE STOCK.
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PRINTS,
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OH OKB,
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STRIFES,
XEMTTJCKY JIAM,
0ASSIMEB8,
BLACK ALPACAS
A8
LUSTERS,
IIKIIM IIKAIN NIL
POPIalXH.
it i iv wrtnir si I 1 1 a ii uuvp
OIL.CLOTH8,
UATT1XO,
Window aisMsav
OILT BANCS,
NOTTINGHAM
DAMASKS,
Ilia Entire Stock Maw CloalMt
at
VERY LOW FIQORift
CMravilllaa-la.
septllf
HOOTS AWP.IIHf ,
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Fuhlonakla '
BOOT1- AND SHOE.
MAKa
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listwMn WasbtagUa Atsbu sad Poplar
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Uoote sad Hhoes.Madt ta Order.'
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Bat Isfact Ion warranMa. .
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