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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 221871.
i t-..i. AAjW O ViUIPTa
timetable or xru Illinois tKS thai. n. n.
O urn after ' Uy, Sty ll.i'. lM, tin oltinr
it.4 ! re-,al.- f "itl iltf nirivnl run! lfiitt-
bMit- l l " "' - 11:41 p.l
, KINM, "lain Z.'ISp.m
Jitrwf .oil, thtily 3:10 a.m.
flxiir dally, exnttnt Siini1s.tr 0.80 p.in
Noe.lrtiitiof csrs frniM (,mro to fct. J.ouls. No
Clwntfu o'eixr, from Onlro tn Chicago. Ment
Draw lux H'nn tlcepimt cat on night trams.
"RE'E clufVoil 1 1 ilnpttint pulnts.
Tlio iillcnlir.il of shippers la c.pctllly
.'K'1,'0 f""' " :,;i,t "P'" '"nln W1.H
' ftWto .Lilly, 8uir.J,i)a rJrrclcd, na,i will
ujiiko llio tua fiom thia cily to Chicago in iwcmy
fwTThniirs. JAS. JOHNSON. Agent.
D.UIOKEST ROUTKFKOM SOUTH
. . in
ILLINOIS CMAL R.-R.
.Sr. Louix, Louisvilli:, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New Youk, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
I'AMCiigor trains arrlre nt nnJ lcate Clro M fol.
Aanvi... .. ni3iia.m. ........ Uiuo p.m.
Diraai ............ llils p.m. ...... SilSp.tn.
Rath trains connctt at Centralla tilth train on tne
rn. locator. nioominct.cn, HI ro, I.a Salle,
Mendsta, i'reeport. Galena, Dubuque, and
all nimts in Illinois, Missouri,
)Iinneota, 'A"iconin and
low. And with.
Inti riianlns Kat and West for
Lesif. HftagttU, I.ouisnllr,
Ooetnnati, let apohs, Colambut.
An 4 at Cweap with Micliican Centra), Michigan
Saalheru, and iiStljrg. Hon Warn
Ivtroit, CleTelanJ, Tmnklrk.
Obuy, lWion, Philadelphia,
Nlatrra rail. Krte, Buitalo,
NtnTerV, Piubarg, Italllmorr,
AND ALL 101 NTS EAST.
For throsgn tiefcela and information, aprly to
lRfnals IVntra; KailroaJ XVpot.
w. r. Johnson,
Cenrral PutsmgeT Agent, Chicago.
. f)N. Arret. Cairo.
SNUXGF1ELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On And after Monday, April 11th, 1STJ, uainswll
run at ibllowr :
TtiiM cotae horrntiii.
Lt-ate Virginia f.-ia a.ra
' yringnfld. va) '
" Tajlernlle 1WJ ' .
Arnte at l'ana 11:16 a. .
rtiiM 0015 KotrnTMi,
ArriT at prlngl4dC, "
. 5:00 '
. :M "
aTf .pinclirid-fcS5 " C:10 '
Arnrtat Vircmla.fr::l " ..fn5 "
T&ataa ooiko uprrBitM.
la?t Edg-iod. t:SOa.m.
" nora fcS
Airirr nt bbavnttovnsSp xn..,
i"in wuiae aoLTnwLtr.
Irf-are Shawnt-ttovriii-4l.m ...ICip.tn
" riora.V-.M. " ;;yj
Arrirr nt Xdiretruod i-JiO iu .
Thf 5.S3 a.m. train Irom r.drnroo l. mna r,y
Mondaj,Mdnrilayaad Fndatf, and t;15a.tn.
tram (rom Sba-rneetoiai on Tuesday-, Ttiiira
dara and batcrdara.
Connect! at A'h'land with Jacknonville dlrMon
of Cbicaeo and Alton RtlJroad. for Jacaonnlle,
Ptu-rabarc. Maon City, and all tiointa weet.
At Irpnncneld. vrith Ctitrago and Alton, and
loiKio, wauan tjia Wetern IUliroad, lor
uivuiuiBEicu, vuirijo, ana kit points nortn. north
veil and wrc
At I'ana with Ind. and 61. Louis, and Illinois
vi.iru tiauroaa lor oil points cast, sonth and
At rdgMrood w.tli Oiicsgo Uivislon Illmoia
At Flora, with Cttiio a'.d M.siippi Railroad.
AtetawneeUxn, with HeamUjau for Cincin
nati, l-iwuli, Cairo and St. Ixdi.
OKI. Mj SMITH, Oen'lfiup't.
Jimi raaaiTT.Bn'l Fr'at and Ticket ACl.
ilVuNlT CITY AND CAIUO""""
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait. "William II. Sa.vduskv.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
OAIEO Ji.3STJD IvEID. CITY
Luavk 3In. City,
IOOT (il riOHIU SIUttT.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At Xi p.m.
.. '-'.30 P.M.
AVILL LAND. AVHEN HAILED,
110X FACTORY, llAWll'ft I.ANIH.NU, KY.
MOUTH OF CACHE, MARINF. WAYP,
AND NAVY YAKD.
STEAMER A. BAKER,
Cairo and Cape Girardoan
J. II. ll.VY, Mnaler,;
Will leAve Cairo for Cape fllrardeau every Tues
day and Friday, at b o'clock, 11. m.. and returning
w 111 icnto upc iirar.icau CTery ttmmojuiiy nn 1
r-iiiiiiniiy iiiorniiiKa m wic sino iiour. r or ireignt
and i.aKe apply on l.oiml. (sepWlf
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly I'aekit for lVlueah, Ilvatmille ind I.0U.
T. . KY.MAN,Mul. r.
Ut Cairo en-ry PATUlil'.AY at 6 o'tlcx V p.m.
JAN. J!I(.;, Ak'I.
CAIRO AND I'ADUUAII
The splendid steamer
0" AS. PISE,
Joe I'nti ler, Mualrr.
. ,,V"rC,'r.0 ,r,A'V. (Sundays i-icepted) at 4
p.m. l or trelnUtir paixve applj on lardor
CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
V. N.MAII, lAL'UI7r.
rh0I.i.tu.migl lluht diami.t steamer,
Letmss Cairo EVKUY bUNtUYand TIlUIMiu v
(inplaceof steuiner Idlculld), at 0 p.m. ,W"AT
I'ADUUAII AND EVANSNILLE,
(In place of tlio ArU. Bella),
T1IK fcfLENDID LIGHT DliAVOHT BTRAMKB
I.rK HOWEI.I., Miialor.
Will leare Cairo for ErancUle ereryWKDNEH.
WAY and aATUKDAY at U o'clock; p.m. For
freifflit orpasK0 apply on board or to
JAW. J UH, Att't.
. jV,11 Miiiinory Goods,
Includ cIlHl" an.lNhip ff tl. fnlwl aljlo'.
jlll.fto-s rlttwcri and l'rnlln.r.
Mr l.o gw, II alio sliow cuitomeri tli Urgeit
!" .election of
To bo found in the oity.
MRS. M. SWANDKR,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
t'omiucrrlal Atrnur, oiiioillc Ellio
CLOTHING FOK LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Iteady.Made.
Has roceircd a full and complete .lock of goodi,
the newest and complcteat in the city. An Im
tntnsc vanty ot
RIBBONS. LACES AND FRINGES
she offers great Induccmtt" to herpstrons and
all others tocall onher.examina the p.-ices, styles
and quality of her goods.
gvxciT i tia,iiriMi, itih.
The rattling farce of
THE TRAVELLING STUDENT
TUC.VDEB AD IJGIITMXG.
Jaeob, a rich miller -.,
Johanna, his daughter... ...... .
uranaeim, engineer a.t J.enant.
ioiiberg, an OTerioer......
n m. siuneer, siuaenu... .
Margaret, miller's bousekepcr-.
Daors optn at 7 o'ocloek. Performance to U'
gin at 11 o'clock.
I'ulilUiie-U every mnrnlnr, XoBdnjr ex
Mr. Jnmcs Dov.c, harbor master
St. Louis, is in the cily. The guost
M r. 0. R. AVowlward.
Tho reply of J. T. AUonl to tho as
sault of Rculea Smith hk. Vioon crowded
out bv the ordinances.
Uo to Jlrs. Lnng'g on Eighth ttreet
for latest styles of huts and all other mil
linery goods. Old lints blenched and
prcsied to look liko new.
AVe regret to say thnt tho republican
stato convention went back on Major
Munn and refused to nomlnnto him for
congress from tbo stato at largo.
Mr. John T. Fagin, of tho Jaokson-
port (Ark.) Statesman, it in the city. Ho
has been, during tho past two months,
summerizing, (if tho word is allowablo),
Tho attempt to rc-organieo tho cham
ber of commerce has proyod a failure Tlio
meeting called for yesterday morning was
not n fuccos',only n fow of tho merchants
of the city being present.
Fred. Theobold, known to be a gentle
man of romarkubly good tasto, is now
erecting ono brick cotlngo which will take
thoshino out of any in tho city. It will
be i beauty.
The Young Amatatr U tho narno of a
boy's paper published In this city, by
"Will Chriitmiiti & Co. The (Irst nuinbor
wai Issued 011 tho 15th Inst, it it small,
but do not tall oak," from littlo acorn:t
Tho .Vim of yestordav craning aimed
a fow sly f hafts at thotrroat and good Kov.
Mr. Friend. Merit must learn to receiTo
the buffets of tho world, 11 rid Friend must
not bo discouraged, oven if tho .Vim does
refuse to thine upon him,
There is a printer in tho city who says
lie was shot in a row at Union City, Ten
nessee. Hit wound it painful, and be re
quire, tho tender care of tho public, which
he demands like one who knows his rights,
and, knowing, dare maintain.
AVm'. Killers, at hit thop 01 20th street
is still manufacturing every variety o
boots and ahoci from genuine French calf
(he uses no other kind) which ho sells
rovly made or made to order at price
that defy competition. JyiOtf.
Our friend, M. J. Harrell, of the 'a
'r, is the father of a daughter not yet
twenty-four hours old. AVe congratulato
him and tho mother. AVe partleularlcon
gratulate them on tho fact that tho new
baby Is a girl. AVho would havo boy?
Phillip M. McDonald has sued tho
nity for $'.'000 damages sustainod by him
in an accident wulcu, to put it strongly,
precipitated him through the sidewalk,
AVhy, Phillip, Is this thus? Thou hast
speculation in those eyes which thou dost
Hon.Blmcon Klrklnr.il P.ll.cnn
of Ao senators frow thls district, died at
Thi.lrm , mm county " week,
'bv Ui .1 'ved with regret
hy 11, constituent,, without recard to
politics. AVo shall vublltuu uaiuun
Gaunt sketch of hi, life, to?mo?row
Tho highest prize in the BoptemU,.
Golladay drawing is $1,000 in greenbacks
tlhe second, ?C00 horso.buggy and harness'
ino tuiru, a $300 piano, and to on. Tick-
t)ts only ono dollar. Bocure one or a doz
cn, boforo tho 26th Inst., on whioh datotho
J tlrnwltii; will Uko pls'jo,
Tlifo l flnro
Purco'l, 11.0 young man who has Veen
convicted of Insaiit'.v, atiHckct Hhofilf Tr
vln yoslordny, nnd with the greatest Rp
puent .mo throw hint to lh tldowalk.
lrvln, always lucky, was toon rellovod by
Jullor Fitzgerald, wlio bapponfl to l.o
near, asl tho madman va securely hand
cuffed. Ho fought despot ate1 y, nnd it re
quired a largo amount of musilu to over
Tbo colored population want to bo let
nlono ; but It scorns their wish can not be
granted. Myers and Arnold, yesterday,
arrested two of that porsuasion, named
Alf. llichnrdson nnd Albert Pflnce, who
hnd In their possession n lot of shoes which
wcro supposed to hnve been surreptitious
ly obtained. As oil tho shoes woro too
small forn numbor 10 foot, tho grand jury
took chnrgo of tho caso, and tho men and
brcthron woro indicted and incarcerated.
Tho proceedings in tho circuit court
yestsrday wcro moro Interesting than the
bible to nn infidel or tho constitution to a
radical. Tho argument in tho case of
Clement n. Clement was concludod by
Mr. Geo. AA'all, who, wo nro informed,
tnado a learned, ologant and very forciblo
argument. Mc Clurc, in tho caso of
Dukes n. Mo Clurc, took a chango of
venue, and a fellow was tried for stealing
a skiff. That was about all.
AVo feel inclined to congratulate our
readers on tho fact that wo arc enabled
to publish this morning tho last of the
revised ordinance, and thus frco our
columns of a nuisanco that has ennumbcred
iLem for several weeks a nuisance, be
cause however Interesting ordinances may
bo to the members of tho council, they nro
not read with any great avidity by the
general public, who, (or which), take,
(or takes), '.to murdors, treasons, etratc.
gems and spoils, outrages, radical thievery
and Gen. Grant, to the neglect of all other
subjects, as naturally ns a ducktnkss to
Tho arrivals at tho St. Charles yestor
day were: Fred. Richardson, Chicago;
Murry rhlllips, New Madrid, Md.j C. F.
Liebky, St. Louis; D. G. Duffy, St. Louis,
Miss Calphfcti, Charleston,. Mo.; G. AVaite,
Holly Springs, Miss.; D. H. Moore, St.
Louis; J. L. Stedclm, Philadelphia, Fa.;
P. H. AA'olch, New York; H. Loury, St.
Louis; H. 11. Irvin and family, city; Mrs.
J. B. Beck and family, Now Orleans; J.
M. Biggs, Paducah; R. S. Radcliffc, Pa
cab; N. A. Litchfield, New York; Jno.F.
Arneman, Delphi, Ind.; Geo. Klyster, St.
Louis; T. Pearson, tit. Louis; A. Mitchell,
Chicago; T. B. Bennett, Chicago; T. B.
Valletta, Empire Mills; James Doyle, St.
Louis; AV. H. Roes, Bloomington, 111.; F.
A. Fallette, St. Louis; H. C. AVilson,
Bloomington, J. 11. Hay, St. Louis; C. H.
Cahail, Arkansas; J. D. McDonald, Cen
tralis; Capt. Hamblcton, Mound City, Hi.;
Ed. Treaty, New York.
Sometime ago, about the first of July
last, a German brick mason became nn in
mate of tho family of Mr. Bceliog, who
lives in tho upper part of tho city. He
was nn apparently good-natured honest
sort of man, middle-aged and rather good
looking. In a day or two after ho becamo
acquainted with the older'daughtcr of tho
Heeling family, n girl of 10 years, ho man
ifested for hur intense affection, proposed
niarriago, and insistod that tho ceromony
should be proceeded with without any de
lay whatover., On tho 17th of July tho
marriage took placo. On tho 18th tbo
groom was still all emiiea nnd affoction,
nnd, on the 10th ditto; but, on tho 20th a
chango camo over tho spirit of his dreams.
Ho becamo sullen, cross, brutal. Since
that timo ho has persecuted his wife in
oycry possible way; and, on AVedncsday
last, aftor taking from her all tho clothes
sho had, nbandoncd her. Bcoling, an
gered at his son-in-law's conduct, sworo
vengonnco, nnd loft homo, aboot 0 o'clock
on tho night of tho desertion, in search of
him. Stnco thnt timo Beoling has not
beon heard of, nnd his family nro in great
distress. It it feared that ho lias beon dis
posed of in n summary manner by tho
man ho wns searching for; but tbeso
foars aro doubtlest groundless. But where
is ho 7
A'olu.s-teehs AVanted. Tho com
mltteo appointed to sccuro lodging for tho
ministers exported to bo in nttendanco nt
tho 31. E. conferenco to bo hold In this
city next week, havo beon untiring in
their offorts and it it beliovcd havo called
on nearly all our citizens in their canvass
of tho town. A kind and cordial rcsnonse
has beon made to the request for enter
tainment, yot tho committee find them
stilves lacking accommodations, especially
lodging, for quite a number. If any fam
ilies who may have been overlooked, or
who could not promiso when called upon
can find n way to nccommodnto ono or
moro dclogatcs, it is earnestly requested
that they inform Rov. Fred. L. Thomson
oon, or leave word nt Barclay Bro's, or
at Brlsto) & Stilwell's.
By order of th'o Committoo on Lodg
Eight or Ten Good Boarders
At tho house known as tho Court
Fir Dollars per week,
AVantid to Rmnt. Any person hav
Ing a piano to ront, will find an supplicant
by Informing Miss Ellon D. Karnes, at her
residence on AYashington-avonue, between
Eighth ano Ninth stroots.
Slkkmno Rooms o Kiht. Ton
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
Just Riciiybd. AV. AV. Thornton,
Tenth street botweaM Commercial ayenuo
and Poplar street, has just received and in
toro 1,000 door and 1,000 wladowt and
"A good man leavoth an inhorlUnce."
Insure your llfo In the " Life Assocla
tlon of America." sjnidlw
Othtehs. Louis Herbert hat nlwat on
hand a fresh aupply or Saddle Rock oys.
Tub hotels use UlUot'i )iKtt and
HEAD. THIS, LAMES.
A large, varlud .ind fHii-.!iul itod of
millinery goods la now being leccivcd by
Mrs. M. Swander.ut her stot9 on Comnior
ctnl nroriuc, httw-iou Nltth nod Tunth
ttrculs. Huts and bonnet-, frti'aii., rlbbr-M
und Incts, rtni o's.iioh r-nJiuis, nnu uio tit,
est iiMottmont of F u.'ich flowers, nro
among a fow of lio nttin.tlor.s lured by
Mis. Swuiidiir '0 her ous.ome's. Sou In
vites tilt ladles, ono und nil, to cull nnd rcn
hoi goods. All who uo so will hear of
something greatly to their udvantago, viz:
the opportunity to purchase romnrkably
fine millinery goods at remarkably low
MONDAY, SKIT. 18, 1871 FIRST DAY.
Hon. F. Bross, presiding ; J. G. Lynch,
clork, and A. H. lrvln, shoriff.
Catherine Berry, guardian of Martha R.
Stewart, was removed as such guardian on
account of the incompetency of a married
woman to hold such ofllco.
Edward R. Kelly, guardian of Marlndu
Colo, mado his annual report, which wns
approved nnd ordered of record.
Tho last will nnd testament of Aloxandcr
U. ATnn Kcuren, deceased, was presented,
proven and admitted to record.
On petition of Julia E. A an Keurcn,
widow of Alexander II. Van Kcuren, de
ceased, sho was appointed executrix of tho
last "will and testament of said deceased,
without being required to give bond
bond hnvlng been waived by a provision
of tho will.
TUESDAY, HF.PT. 10, 1871 SECOND DAY.
In tho caso of tho Toll City furnituro
company vs. ttitlicrino Hamil
ton, ndminlstrntrix of the cs
tnto of John Hamilton, deceased,
tho claimant recovered judgment for
tho sum of $101.37 of 4th class. Judg
ment vs claimant for cosU.
Samuel AVnltors, AV. W. Thornton and
C. M. Oitcrloh, wcro appointed npprnls-
crs of tho estate of Alexander II. A'nn
John Kauble, executor of tho cstato of
Ann L.Jordon, deceased, produced to tho
court proof of duo publication of notice
given by him for the adjustmcat of claims
ngninst said estate, which wns npprov-
Ia c&tc of J. Holihouse vs. cstnte of
Ann L. Jordon, deceased J ihn Caublo
executor, claimant obtained judgment
for $11.13 4th class.
In case of Elizabeth Jordon, John Cau
blo, executor, claimant recovered judg
ment for $0.70 tth class.
In case of Charles Dlllow vs. samo es
tate, claimant received judgmont for $25
In the caso of Henry J. Goodman vs.
samo cstato, judgment was rendered in fa
vor of claimant for Sl.GO 1th class.
Zachariah McDaniel, guitrdian of Folix
McDaniel nnd Mnry McDaniel, submitted
his annual report, which was approved
and ordered of record.
WEDNESDAY,8EPTEM11ER 20,1871 ol) DAY.
On petition of AVilliam Berry, ho was
appointed guardian of Martha R. Stewart
ho having given bond in sum of J500.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMIIRR 21, 1871 4th DAY.
The bond of John Crowloy, guardian
far Ellc'n Gannon, in tho sum of $ was
npprovod nnd letters of guardianship or
derded to isseuc.
In caso of Green T. Purccll, alleged to
be insane, tho jury returned vordict of in
sanity; whereupon tho, court ordered said
Purcoll to bo committed to tho Illinois
state hospital for tho insano at Jackson
ville, at tho expense of tho county ho be
ing a paupor.
Court adjourned sine die.
Adjourncl Special Joint Berslon if tlio Cily
Cornell- Ciiauura, Camo, Ui.,
September SO, U71.
His honor, Mayor Lansdcn, presiding.
Present Fitzgerald, Hurd, Klob, Lans
don, Mctcalf, Rcardcn, Schuh, Stralton,
Swayne and AVIntor 10.
Aldermnn Rcnrdon presented a petition
from moro than one hundred citizens,
praying tho council to adopt tho following
as a substitute for section 45, of ordinanco
o, 4, of tho newly revised ordinances:
No railroad company, nor anv omnlovo
ot nny railroad company, nor any othur
person, shall leave or placo, or cause, or
suffer, or permit, to bo loft or placed upon
any railroad track, switch or turnout lo
cated upon any street or ayenuo in tlio
city of Cairo, nny locomotive, engine, car
or enrs, or train, without leaving an open
ing in front of each cross street or avenuo,
of tho width of said cro street or avenuo ;
mm ni ichki iiiren openings 01 at lonst
twenty 0) icct in wiutn, each at equal
distunces upnrt in front of each block on
Loveo street, nnd ono (of moro) opening
of twenty feet In width, equl-distnnt from
1110 cro sireots in iront or nil other blocks ;
Provided, that this section shall not apply
to blocks, tho lronts of which nro vneant,
nor to blocks occupied nnd .used by tho
uiii vim wuiiijiiuiy vpurawng anu using tho
track, switch or turnout.
Aid. Roarden moved to grant tho nrnv-
er of tho petition nnd adopt tho nbovo sec
tion as a substitute for section 45 of ordi
nance No. 4,
Councilman Hurd. moved to ntnend bv
rcfurring tho petition to tho ordinapco
committee. Amendment lost.
Tho question then recurring upon tho
motion of Aid. Reardun, It wns put and
The clerk then proceoded with the read
ing of ordinances No. 13, 11, 15, 10, Hand
18 of tho nowly revised ordinances.
Aid. Wintor moved to etriko out tho pro
viso In soction 12 of ordinanco 13. Carried.
Aid. Motcalf moved to strike out section
23 of the samo ordinanco. Lost.
On motion of Councilman Hurd. tho
words "ono third" was substituted for tho
word "half" in section 1 of ordinanco No.
At tho conclusion of tho reading of or
dinanco No. 18 which completed tho.ilrst
reading of tho nowly rovlsod ordinances,
the council, on motion of Aid. AYinter,
M. J. Howlky, City Clork.
House AVanted. A cottage houso, from
four to tlx rooms, wanted to ront. Apply
Im, vu. umiM tu .DWAliD ILLXTT.
k in - ... .
Bo 4.r. !.'? V u.r. tiri! Oi'.lst'j.
j vijeiiten iiff :i jcrotl run ..
White orlfiiU pioUiijs.
-Go lo V.ui ,r A Blako's for
Kirti, pi. .'.,, Ue. .nr.?:
Uim.f.t a fulling orjiit.) n-ckts nsh
INK fny. K 11
Hhrlvo'ii hbrnk'd Jl o'elcus. lunch
oyestes nt Jorgonseii s. tf
Beautiful biscuits fulkm Gillet't bak
ing powder. tiglS
Go to Parker & Blake's for wall-paper,
window shades, etc. aug'JCdlm
ur Gil lot's double-strength extract.
AVkl. regulated famllioi use Glllot's
Everybody goci to Jorgenien's family
gorcory for tho nlfrd Lelehesterthir
Monet refunded if Glllet's goods don't
Those French Cherries, in syrip, so
popular with connolseura are sold by Jr
genscn. Go to Parker St Blake's for lamps
lamp chlmnoys, paint brushes, etc.
School books will now bo in demand, or
ought to bo. For tho latest and best books
go to Rockwell & Co's. They also keep a
largo nsaortmont of all varieties of sta
Go to iorgenten'a for imported Dun
dee orango marmalade, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, la quarts, and
choice Genocso figs. tf
If you wish to see a largo supply of
wrapping papor, and the strongest and
best papor bdgs. look in at Rockwoll A
Mr. Burger has rcturnod from New
York with a stock of dry goods, tho most
completo ever boforo brought to Cairo.
Thoro it nothing in the dry goods line
which he has not got, and, as for pricos, he
defies competition, and protests his ability
to sell for less rnonoy bettor goods than
than nny other merchant in the city.
Tho most popular shoe shop in town
is on 20th street opposite the court house
hotel, whero AVm. Ehlers manufactures
boots nnd shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, nnd which he guanratecs to give
entire sntisfnetion. Call on him and you
will know how it is yourself. jjOtf
Rockwell & Co. claim to havo the
best assortment of blank books, envelopes
and general stationery south of Chicago.
Tho noxt drawing of the Golloday lot
tery, of Bowling Green, Kentucky, will
take placo on tbo 25th Inst, next Mon
day, and all who desire chances in it must
mako immediate application to Loflin, at
tho post office. Thero aro 15,000 tickets,
and ovory ono a prize. This is nohumbug,
but a fuir and squaro enterprise. Tickets,
$1 each, or six for $5.
Mr. F. Rose has removed hit tailoring
establishment to his now store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. He keeps on hand a
splendid assortment of piece goods which
ho will make up for his customers In a
manner warranted to suit. He employs
only the best workmen, and gWes hit
personal attention to the business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices reasenablo.
Call and seo iiim. aug3lm
At Eiehhoff Bros.,1 Factory.
Soil Furnituro for Cash ;
Twenty per cent.
Lower than any other JDcaler in .Cairo.
Made out of Seasoned Lumber,
and will be
Insured for Six Months.
A Raro Chance
The Chicago Beer Saloon, AVm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 26 and 28 Eighth
street, is a favorite place of retort with all
lovors of AVeiss' Beor, Liquors of every
description, and all kinds of foreign and
homo AVincs. No ordinary liquors are
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
tho very best, nnd guests find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters. A
freo lunch is spread every day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual'tf.
Messrs. Blxby & Koeblor have open
ed n family grocery storo on tho north
sido of Eighth street, between Commer
cial nnd AYashlngton avenues. Theso
gentleman aro well-known business men,
nnd descrvo and we doubt not will receive
n liberal share of public patronage. Thoir
store room has beon fitted up la excellent
stylo, nnd thoy proposo to deal In nothing
but first-class goods. They will keep on
hand constantly a full stock, and will sell
nt tho very lowest figures.
AVilliam Alba's barber si op is grow
ing in public favor ovory day. It is neat
ly fitted up, nnd can boast of tho most
skillful workmen in tho city. The pro
prietor has had many years' experience in
his business and is recognized as ono of the
most expert shavors In Southern Illinois,
whlio young Alba Is n master in his pro
fession. Citizens and strangers who wish
a painless shave, a luxurious ahampoelnr,
or thoir hair cut in tho latest style should
patronizu ailh. 111s shop is on Commer
cial avontia next 'oor to Hunnon's sews
Miss Ellen D. Karnes, formerly of
Kalamazoo, having taken up her residence
in Cairo, informs the public that sho is de
sirous of giving instruction in vocal and
instrumental music nnd in Fronch. Hiss
Fames comes among us with oxcellent re
commendations. During tho lato session of
tho Northwostorn Acadomy of Music, she
was among tho most proficient in piano,
lotto practice and vocal instruction, and
tho conductors of the academy unite in
thoir tostlmony to her thorouch know!
edgo of musio and her capability to toacb.
tho samo. Miss Enmes rosidos in tho house
formorly occupied by Mr.G. H. Olmstead-
wnoro sue will bo happy to recolve pupils
nuu givo auy information u required in
grd to terms. tf.
NEW OOODi-FALL HTTtlS-fiJIAUTll CI., I
IHUA.,. ANDtHBAV Aim, OOOPH, .NO- !
Mi. J. Burger, tho ontorprlng mir-
!,. it, on CotowercM svjnu, aro reoeW,
h' Hot), nt ZtS- to.iOi. Tho c
icflileji h;n bat)' mado wlib gnat Ci.r., slid
with r.h!y, U. th ,miU or thin market,
i-.nd will no found to contain V.atitlful,
tlurnble nnd fashionable nrtloloe of an ond.
less variety. Among tho dress goods may
bo found poplins, alpaeni, empress cloths
and many new styles of every coler and
quality, AVoolen shawls, single and
doable, will be in treat demand tho corn
ins; season, and Burger hat laid in
a beautiful teloction. They have also on
hand a fine stock of well-made shoos, com
prising gaiters,tide lace, congress kid and
cloth boots, and the latest style of slippers.
Handkerchiefs, cellars and cuffs, the now
est styles ef fancy jewelry, and an In
numerable stocks of "notions," aro among
the many attractions of this establish
ment. As for price, an examination of
Burger's stock will convince evory
one that "quick sales and 9ry small
profits" is their motto. tf.
It-tiso'S Csmsal HaiLioib Coarair, 1
Citso, 111., September IS, 171.
To persons wishlnc to attend tho lllln-
ols Stato fair, U bo hold at Du Quoin, from
September 35th to September 30th, we
will sell excursion tickets at 3.BO from
Cairo to Du Quoin and return.
Sale of tickets will commence ftontetn.
bor 24th nnd discontinue aftnr ilnnarliir
ot train on'the morning of September 20th.
'Ilckels will bo good until Octobor 3d.
On and after September 18th tickets will
be on salo to parlies going with stock or
articles lor exhibition, but to none others.
Un and after tho 2Gth a special train
will be run during the continuance of tho
fair, as follows:
Lcavo Cairo at 5:25 a.m. Arrive at Du-
Quoin at 0:15 a.m.
Lcavo DuQuoin at 5:30 p.m. Arrive at
Cairo at 9: CO p.m.
dlw James Johnson, Agent.
STOVES. AVe havo lust received a larpa
stock of heating stoves for cither coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
lors or dining rooms. AVe will duplicate
any Cincinnati, EvansvlUo or St. Louis
retail price list tor either cooking or heat
ing stoves. Orders by mail will roceive
our prompt attention.
Bebrwabt, Orth & Co.,
No. 13C Commercial avonuo.
Notici. Chris. Anlaee has opened bis
new meat market in PaulSchuh's old dsug
store, two doors below the post office
on Commercial avenue, and InviU all bis
acquaintances to a trial of bis cut meats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, Ac, Ac.
Alee corned beef, pork and bacon. His
shop is kept In the best of style, and his
customers served with neatness and dis
patch. Tho proprietor, Mr. Anthos, him
self attends to the shop, and bis custom
ers may always feel nstured of fair and
honorable treatment, full weight, and the
right change back, whether thoy send their
children, or servaats or attend market
themselves. . scptCdlm
Notice. Parker A Blake have remeved
to Bross' brick store, on Comtnereial ave
nue, second door from the eoraer ef 11th
street. Thoy have added to their already
largo stock of paints, nils, wlndew glass,
wall paper, shades, lamps, varnishes, etc,
and invito tho public generally te eall on
them in their new quarters. They make
a speciality of tho celebrated Aurera oil,
which they will supply to their customers
in quantities from a half pint to tea bar
rels, nt much less cost than coal oil, and
warrant it not to explode. aus30dlra
Estkay Notice f 10 Rewabd. Stray
ed from the subscriber, on the 31st of July
last, a large roan cow. She would weigh
about 1,100 pounds at tho timo sho was
missed. There are no special marks about
her except that her bag is unusually long,
I will par ton dollars reward to any ono
delivering tho abovo described cow at my
shop on tho cornor of runcteentn ana
Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
lOplfitf JAMES JVTNA81U.
Fresh Oysters. I am now receiving
daily, the celebrated C. S.Maltby's U. and
M. brand of fresh oysters, wnicu are unn
vailed, and for salo by the can or case on
the most reasonablo torms, try them, al
ways warranted ood ana iresn.
For Sale or Exciianob for Cairo
Property. I havo Onb Hundred and
Sixty acres ,of first-class unimproved
land in Johnson county, which I will soil
on reasonablo terms, or exchange for Cairo
city property. P. U. Fors.
Delays are Danqbroub. Mothers as
nil lnTa vnur nffanrintr don't fall to US6
Mrs. AVhitccomb's Syrup for soothing chil
dren. Read tho advertlsoment in anom
vn. mnnA nhotovraDhs. porcelain cle
WWa I O S '
lures, or old pictures to be copied, call on
Thomas. HO. ia vomnierciai ayenuo. u
. . . r. ! 1 TT
is a good workman, Givo him a trial.
AVaxtsd A good cook, or a woman to
do general houso work. Enquire at tho St.
Nicholas Hotel, Commercial avenue.
nARRT AValxbr, Proprietor.
AVaxtbd At tho Delntonlce Hotel
hundred weeklr boarders. Vive moalt
each day, price 9 per wook.
augJOtf AVm. ATibtbe.
Ton 8 alb. A cottago on 12th street
rontalnlor 7 rooms, cIsUtb and out
AV. AV. TnoBBto.
Go to Dr. McGauley for Kattliger's F
ver Prop- Warranted to care the. allls.
For Rent. Five rooms over the city
council chamber. Enqulro of Jacob Q,
Paul G, Suqu- soils RfttUogtr't. mdl
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Houso, Sign and Ornament
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