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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLET: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1871.
mfE TABLE or THIS JUINOJUI CENTRAL K. It
On and arterPonday, ,4I,I ,,7I "ie follow
ing iirne-laMe wiugoTrru m iiiiu nn uvj.nn-
nmtrt-UiH ("In, n"7 .... IMS p.tn
j Vrw Mail, dally. ...... 3:30 a.r-1.
Eipr, dally, exccnt Sunday 3:30 p.m
Voeh.egoftarrrnmCnfro'to St. Lbillr. Ne
change ifcara from Cnlro l Chicago. Flreant
pialog ltwi'n .Ictping cam on night trains
Mazgage checked f-i nil important points.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTJI
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Mr, Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Patenter trf.n arrive at and If avo Cairo as fol
Aauts-. - 3i:iu a.m. . ... 3t30 p.m.
in mr. ....... lli43 p.m 2i4a i.m.
IWh trains connect at Ccnlralia with train on'lne
Pans. Decatur, Dloomlngtcn,- El Paso J Salle,
llcndota.Kreepott, (Salens, Dubuque, and
all points In lllinolj, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wl.ronsln and
Iowa. Ami with
tl.lncs running Emt anj West for
ft. I.ouls, Kpalngflel.1, Lttllrr!n,
Cincinnati, Imganapoli, Columbus.
AnJ at Chicago with 3lichigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pitt.burg. Kort Wayne,
and Chicago Railroads for
Detroit, ClerelanJ, Dunkirk.
Albany. Hoaton, Philadelphia,
Nlagra Falli, Erie. Ilullalo,
New Tort, Pittsburg, Baltimore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tickets and Information, apply to
Illinois Central Railroad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
SON. Agent. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN 11. 11.
On and after Monday, April Hlh, mi, traini wll
rua as follows i
NORTHERN DIVISION. '
mini ooi.ta fOCTnii'rr.
Leave Virginia......... 6:40 a.m...
.. 6:17 '
SonoiGeld :S0 '
" Taylorvllle.10:5J '
Arrive at l'an.i.......,U:H tn.
Ttuxa eoiao Koatawur
L.cave i'ans..........:w a,m
' Taylorrllle... 4:17 "
Arrive at Hpringfleld;I5 "
Leave Sptinraeld.-S:25 '
...... 4:28 "
isams ooixo ioctiixast.
Leave Edgewood... 6:30 a.m. ..........IftlO a.m.
" Flora, 8:iS .1M0 ..
Arrive at fchawneetown3:53p.m...... 6:15 p.m
taatae ooixo aoarnwuT.
Leate Ehawneetown.6:45 a.m ...I:SOp.m
. V "o?- --...-55 " ... 7:00"
Arrive at Edgwood...4:50 " .........8-20 "
The 5:30 a.m. train Xrom Edgewood, runs only
Mondaya.Wsdneadayaand Fridays, and 6:45 a.m.
train from Slmwneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs.
Uaya and Saturday. ' '
Coniieclj at Ashland with Jacksonville dlvllon
of Chicago and Alton Itillroad, for Jacksonville.
Petersburg. Ma.on Citr. . n.l li nnn,..,.., '
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lor
ieal i anTweii T r" nonn.nonn
,vA,.PV,w,"1' Ln!?- 'Ht..otHi, and Illinois
outhes.t. rpmta ,caat, aouth and
CeAn'rMft.rlth Ch,Ci,S DiT",0n
At Flora, with Ohio and Mlaalaslppi Railroad.
AtShawneetown, with atcamboata for Cincln.
natl, Paducah, Cairo and St. Louis. ""
OltLAND SMITH, Gen'ISup'l.
Joiiv FoaaiTT.Oen'l Fr'gtand Tlelcet Ag'l.
HOUND CITY 'AND OA1KO
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait, "William U. Sandusky.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
caieo .isrx),avr3D. CITY
Leave Md. Citt,
rooi or neurit train-.
At 7 A.M.
At l r.M.
At 5 r.M.
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At 2.30 p.m.
At 0.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. AYIIEN II AILED,
110X TACTOUV, IIAWK'ft LANDIXO. KV.
MOUTH OF CACHE, MAKI.VK WAV",
AND XAVY YARD.
STEAMER A. BAKEK,
Cairo and Cape Girardeau
J. II. It.lY, JlrAlrr,:
Will lean ; Cairo for Cip r.irardeau every Tuea
i,!fiun.i"'?'.Mll5'cl0k' ".. and returning
Kt ,V.iV. nV.Z i. 7?" W M 1
rr : ' yuc niunour. rorrrnivh
rM,n i,tiy on iioaril.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
WeeUylVWet foM-a-luea!., Era,riile ana Lou.
Irille, the favorite iteamer.
11 YM AX, Muster.
CAIRO AD PADUCAH
The splendid atcarner
Joe Fowler. Mulr.
Le-iiea Cairo DAILY, (Hundaya excepted! at
CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
V. H. KAII. PACKET.
Thefa.t.runnlng. UgM diauaht ateamer,
WILL FOWLE R...."'.;;;;r.'."""" Maul, r
Leaves Cairo EVKRV 8UXDAY Td"riV iitiu i,
(In place of ateamer IdlewlldL a" ,, "IUIBDay
JAW. llliiUH. Air'l.
TADUOAII AND EYAN8NILLE,
(In place of the Ark. Belle),
THE SrLENDID LIOUT DtAUOHT DTEAMER
JUSC MOWKLI., Mauler.
Will leara Cairo for Kvsnivllle every WEDNE8.
DAY anil BATUHPAY at.fl o'clock, p.m. for
freight er paae apply; on board or to
ll,ll(l ttll ' Ml 1 "
MRS. ANNA LANO,
Kiaimi-ST., air.r. VMiiixa and.COM-Mr.nciAL-AVE.vur.s,
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including Hat nnJ na' oi me mcai ..iv,
nlblMTM, riowcna ami rcntlicm.
ttt , Lacg will alo ahow ctiatomers iht largeal
To bo found In the city.
MRS. M. 8WANDER, .
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADfES fPUliNISniNG GOODS,
(oinincrrlnl Avenup, iiiollc I.lllo
and Ilnj lljoru'a
, Cairo, Illinow.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ready-Made.
Haa received a full and complete atock of gooda,
tha newest and complttelt In the city. An lm
menao varity ol
BIBBOXS, LACES AND FRINGES
she offers great Iniluccmala to her patrons and
all others tocall on her,cxam!n the prices, styles
and quality of her goods.
JA Regular Communication ot Cairo Lodge
No. 237 A. F. and A. M. Monday evening,
Sept. 2JUi,7.30 o'clock. Work lr F. C. Degree.
Visiting Brothers are cordially i.)Tltd.
W. B. Kaa.xnr, Becreiary.
I'tibllahcd eTCrjrmoratafft'Xotiditjr ex
cepted. LOCAL KOTES.
Here, There, Ererywhere A Little about aOood
No polico builneis wns done1 ycater
Corn and oaU ro in moderate demand
Firo men and two women pino in tho
Coal, for homo coniamption, was in
demand last week.
Tho Baptist church project wags along
making haite (lowly.
Tho Cairo Knights aro enjoying their
visit to flaltimoro hugely.
Turtlo soup. St. Nicholas. This
morning. 10 o'clock. Free. '
Jock Owens was tried in tho circuit
court for robbery, and accquiltcd.
A "sacred bull" is in the city on its
way to tho stato fair, at DuQuoin.
Judge Brofs nnd lady nro absent from,
tho city on a visit to Cnpo Girardeau.
Dr. Dillon's barbecuo last night was
a successful nffulr. The doctor was in hit
Tho Arabs meet to-morrow night nnd
request tho members to como prepared to
eh ell out dues and Ones.
Almost the cntiro population of Cairo
will visit Du"Quoin during tho present
week to bo present at tho stato fair.
Tho Odd-Fellows' BenoQcial Associa
tion of Egypt trill bo organised by the
election of a beard of nine directors on
Tuesday evening nozt.
A negro was tried in the circuit court
yeiterday for practicing tho confidence
game, was found guilty and sontonccd to
tho penitentiary for fivo years.
Fall suits have arrived at New-York
from Paris and will soon roach Cairo.
Walnut brown, plum color and deepest
cypress green aro colors most seen.
Wo nro indebted to Chief of Polico
Myers for a boquot of yellow flowors nnd
rare weeds. He plucked tho boquct yes
terday whllo in pursuit of $5 and costs.
Sorgcanl Thus. L. Watson, tho now
signal olUcer,callcd on in to-duy. Tho ser
geant appears to bo nr. uminblo gentleman.
anu, wo uenevo, win "just suit ' our peo
Wo havo delayed tho publication of
T. Allen's reply' to Rubo Smith for
scvoml days; but give it this morning its
morsel of tmnday reading. This is tho
nd of tho controversy. -
-The site of fcrt Mussac, in Massac
county, is on a farm belonging to Judgo
Green of this city. Tlio ruins of tho old
fort nro now afflicted by spirits of hell and
goblins dnmnod. So says tho Metropolis
Yesterday morning n Kcntucklon, on
his way .to Cairo, caught u largo fat tur
tle. It will bo served this mornlnr? at 10
o'clock by Harry Walker, at tho St. Nlch.
oils hotel, Commercial avenue. Lunch,
Tho Pulaski J'a.Viof has nailed to the
masthead the namo of J. L. ltn
This is strange. Tho boverago the editor
tho Patriot most affects when in f!.l,n
Is not J.L.bcvorago but whisky straight
A colored base ball clnh f -P..1....1.
Vlsltod Cairo yesterday and Dlavod a ,..,.,
game with tho Clipper club of this city.
The Cairo boys, WM expected, defeated
uu i. ftuuikiii emit iinn..i jifjM
.,. .... I, utmcuiiy-
v.v-..v vuk neatnoss and
If. A. 1 1 .
-a.. .u.mU. uB.mr.oi win tako abon
edt to-night at Philharmonic hall. 1I0
presents a mil ol raro attractions, and will
.iaicu oy tuoso famous amateurs. V
".t.u w. u. wo none tosoottw. ,.
crowdoi. Mr..In,.oVM Ji.
bcaellt. ' " " roung
l ,,SLC",4 Cairo yes-
friends that h ' Wroto to h
Vt.Ul..!,,,,., w' 01 ho St,
...v-v -v.v., m servo a fr(. . ..
soup lunch this morning nt 10 o'clocV
Whllo engagcd in tho revision or tho
ordinances the city should provide for tho
appointment of an asslstantenglnoer of the
lire department. Tlio layor is the chief,
DutWj should havo an assistant to bo so-
lo:ted by tho flromon thomselvM, by bal
lot. A fashionable colored Amoral passed
along Washington avenuo yesterday. It
was of a colored girl who died of con
sumption on Friday. TJ10 procession wns
along ono, and tho friends of tho de
ceased woro all woll drofscdnnd as solemn
as the occasion domnnded.
Tho work on tho sldowalks docs not
progress with sulilclcnt rapidity. Tho
work of reparation must be completed nnd
it might as well bo done in two weeks as in
six months. Why not, then, increase tho
forco of laborers and finish the job with
out unnecessary delay ?
Fearful that continued adheronce to
our burst of indignation against llfo insur
ance agents, who will insuro us over and
over again, might result in depriving our
family of its head and tho companies we
palrouizo of about $;8,000, wo formally
withdraw tho burst, and declaro in tho
facoof tho world that all life insuranco
agents nro pleasant companions, nnd, llko
Toodlo's coffin, so handy to havo in tho
J. J. Bird of this city, is in attendance
at tho colored national convention now in
session at St. Louis. Ho is reported as
tho dolegato at largo for Illinois nnd is
taking a prominont part in the convention,
tho object of 'which is to 'dotormlno upon
a day on which tho emancipation of tho
slaves shall bo annually celebrated, to tako
into consideration what is necessary to bo
dono to oducato tho colored people, and to
adopt a lino of policy to bo pursued by tho
negroes in tho campaign of 1872.
September strews tho woodland o'er
With many a brilliant color;
Tho world is brighter than beforo J
Why should our hearts bo duller?
Sorrow and the scarlet loaf,
Sad thoughts and sunny wenlher,
Ah mo 1 tho glory nnd the grief
Agrco not woll together.
This is tho parting season this
Tbo ttmo when friends are flying;
And lovers now, with many a kiss,
Their long farawolls are sighing.
. Mr. Jno. 0. White, county superin
tendent of public instruction, gives notice
this morning that tha fall session of tho
Alexander county touchers' instituto will
bo held in tho Thirteenth street school-
house, on tho 3d, 4th and 6th of October
next. If this session is not an improve
ment on tho last, wo would ndvisothat the
institute fiddle and bow bo hung up and
and the shovel nnd boo laid down.
But, be it understood, that the fault of fail
ure did not lie with Mr. Wbito, who has
been untiring in bis efforts to mako tho
institute a success.
Sly Glances at the Workings of the WIraa
Gen. Pope has returned, having Mnjor
Munn in chnrgo, from Springfield, where
ho has been during tho past week over
looking tho major's interests.
When tho rnds get u good ready wo
wish them to nro away at Billy Martin.
Wo havo several shots in The Bulletin
locker for them, nnd nro anxious to havo
our firo called out.
Tho colored republicans, who nro un
der the domination of tho radical cliquo
of this city, are anxious to know who Mr.
Miller, tho republican candidate for coun
ty treasurer, is. The effort that has been
mndo to induco thorn to behove he is a
black man' has signally fulled.
Jacob Yost, Esq., who was in town
last weok, endeavored to attract attention
by officiously dipping his oar into tho
stream of our local politics which is a
metaphor hard to beat; but ho was unsuc
cessful. His ugliness attracted more at
tention than an honest radical offlco-holdcr
would or a flvo-loggcd cow.
The republicans of tho city hnvo en
tered into a compact with Mr. Miller, their
candidate for county trcasu "or, to "puh '
him in soason and out of season. Ho is, as
tho flour quoters hnvo it, ' white wheat
family;" or, as tho whoat quotors say,
"choice amber;" or, intholanguago of tho
corn man, " whito, In sacks, delivered ;"
or, to uso fthay phruso, "cholco timothy,
delivered;" or, as the buttor dealer would
exproas it, "extra gilt-edged." Thoy novor
quote him a " low super," "super," "whito
mixed on p. t.," "red top," or "ordin
ary." Well, Miljer is a good. man, but has
fallen into ovil company, nnd, like Dog
Tray, must tako tho consequences.
Paragraphs about our
Tlr Rev. Mr. Friend will preach this
morning nnd ovcnlng.
At all tho colored churches services
will bo hold to-day, morning and evening.
Cairo will hoar moro religious talk
during tho present wcok than It has ever
beforo heard In nny seven consecutive
Tho subscribers to tho St. Joseph's
church building fund havo responded
promptly to tho call mado upon them for
Tho late Judgo 'Corcoran will bo
buried from tho Catholic church to-day, nt
I o'clock. Funoral sorvicos by Itov. Fu
Tbo chickens of the city aro all mak
ing their wills in anticipation of death
duriug the timo tho approaching Method
ist conference is in sosslen.
Tho committeemen of tho conference
to bo held in this city during tho present
week will como beforo. tho great flock of
ministers a few to-day and nonrly all to
Tho Rev. J. W. Gillham will preach
in tho Mothodist church this morning and
.. - . 1 r . .... .
in me rresoyterian cnurcu tins ovcnlng
In consequence of tho non-arrival of ono
of tho Methodist proachers oxpocted to ar
rlvo loBt night thoro will be no preaching
n tno i'rosbytorlan church this morning
Tho attack of tho Sun upon tho Rev
Mr. Frlond has created much comment In
roligious clrclos, nnd has lacerated the son
sltlvo heart of that great and good man.
t is to Uo nopca lio will rocovor from the
effects of tho uttank and go into tho Sun
llko u hungry man Into n tenderloin
steak, or four flngors or whisky, into u
T. ALLEN OOEfl FOR RUBE SMITH ONCE
MORE. RUllK's ANKLE TOO XEAU THE
MIDDLE OF HIS TOOT FOR ALLEN.
In reply to Unulo Itubo's lcttor that ap
peared in tho Sun of tho 20th let mo say :
ltuuo scorns 10 ue gotting very lender-foot
ed. Ho says that ho has fired his last shot.
Foor fellow; I am sorry, for I was in
hopes that I would get to show the commu
nity what a low, lying nigger ho is; but
sinco ho has cried "enough" I shall not go
down on him too heavy. Ho donies the
charge which I brought against him about
voting for Mr. Webb, and telling Mr.
Harroll that ho voted for him. Now, Mr,
Editor, a man that will toll ono lio will
toll another. I do say yot, that he 'told
others that ho voted for Mr. Webb,
for ho told Mr. Samuel Moody, n colored
man of truth, that ho did voto for Mr.
Wobb. So, now, I hnvo proof that ho hns J
lied, and I wish him to provo that ho has
not. Then I am willlnc to strike hands
with brothor Bubo nnd join tho "truo-
blucs." Ho has acknowledged that ho did
toll Wobb that ho voted for him, nnd
told Ilarroll tho samo thing; but still
ho don't want pcoplo to look at it in that
light for fenr of injuring his character.
That cannot bo dono hero in Cairo, for
overybody knows that a rotten egg cannot
bo spoiled. Ho says, again, thnt I am not
a fooman worthy of his steel or any asso
ciate of mine. This is ono truth for Rube.
for I novcr put myself with bis kind of
fifteenth amendment chaps. Uisanklo is
too near thomlddlo of his foot for mo.
Ho says that ho is happy to know that I
do my own thinking. I am also happy to
know it myself, but would bo bettor satis
fied if ho would tell mo what friend ho
hns found to think for him, so thnt I
might get a squint at him, for I know
thnt, If ho is a whito man, ho is a horrible
looking cuss, nnd, if n darkey, that hq don't
live in Cairo. J. T. Allex.
Cairo, September 20, 1871.
Death or J udok Corcoran. On Fri
day last, nt 11 o'clock a. ni1 Judgo Pat
rick Corcoran, ono of the oldest citizens
of Cairo, went tho way of nil flesh.
The deceased was known to almost every
man, woman and child in Alexander coun
ty. During tbo past fifteen years, and un
til failing health compelled him to seek
rest nnd quiet, ho took an active part in
public affairs, and held many importunt
offices. Ho wns county judge, coronor,
justlco of tho peace, nnd n member of the
About two years ago his health began
to fail, and in despite of medical skill he
sank slowly but surely until at Inst death
rolieved him from suffering.
Tho remains of tho deceased will bo
buried in Villa ltidgo cemetery to-day. A
special train will lcavo tho depot at 2
o'clock. Tho funeral services will take
placo at tho Catholic church nt 1 o'clock,
The New Wilson. Smith & Biink
moyer, corner Commercial avenuo and
Eighth street, aro selling tho New Wilson
Under-Feed Shuttlo Sewing Machine, tho
best and cheapest machine in the world.
It is sold $20 cheaper than nny other ma
chine. Some of the many advantages
claimed for it aro as follows :
1st. It is as durable, well finished, and
costs as much to manufacture ns other
First-class Machines; but sells for some
2d. For hemming nnd felling it is un
3d. That it is the simplest shuttle ma-
4th. It has less wearing parts.
Cth. It has no grooved cams, ball joints,
compound cranks, or cog wheels.
Cth It is adapted to a larger rango of
work, without change, tlun nny other ma
chine. Notice. Tho fall session of tho Alex
ander county teachors' institution will bo
hold In tho school houso on Thirteenth
street, in tho city of Cairo, on tho 3d, 4th,
and Cth days of October next.
Dr. Robert Allyn will bo present du'ing
tho first day, and will deliver nn interest
ing lecturo in tho ovcnlng.
It is hoped no teacher in Alexander
county will bo absent.
Ml school officers of this county and
teachers in neighboring counties nro cor
dially invited to attend.
John C. White, County Supt.
Sept. 23, 1871.
Hotel Arrivals. Yesterday nt tho
St. Charles: II. P. Broach, Moridiam
Miss.; Paul Huchor, Now York; Bonj.
A. Bullen, llodney, Miss.; Bcnjamnn Al
len, -reins ; S. McCluro, Ironton, Ohio ;
James McClurc, Ironton, Ohio; A. M.
Titus, Boston, Muss.; H. S. Wheeler,
Chicago; Jacob Ivaisch, Lavnsvllle; P.
H. Welch, Now iork; James H. Good
man, Dcltu, La, ; 1C. Lang, Coshocton. La L
II. Van Louman, Cincinnati; L. 11. Shot-
noil, Union City, Tonn. ; Jacob Lynch,
city; Z. 8. Yarnull, St. Louis.
Reliaiile and Safe. Dr. Henry Root
and Plant Pills nro mild and pleasant In
their operation, yot throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. Being cntiroly
vogotable. thoy can bo takon without re
gard to diet or business. Thoy nrouso tho
liver und secretive organs into healthy
action, throwing oft' discaso without ox
hausling or debilitating tho system. Try
them and vou will be satisfied. Price 2fj
conts a box. Sold by druggists nnd deal
ers in medicine ovorywucro. l'roparcd by
tho Grafton Medlclno company, St. Louis,
Arabs Take Notice. An adjourned
regular mooting of tho Arab firo engine
company will bo hold nt their hall, on
Monday night, 25th Inst. Those knowing
themselves indobted to the company for
dues or lines will please como proparod to
pay up. A full attendance is requested.
Jno. H. Rouinson, Soct'y,
FitEHti Oysters. I am now receding
dully, the celebrated O. S.Maltby'sII. and
M, brand of fresh oysters, which are unri-
vailed, and for salo by the enn or caso on
the most reasonable tonus, try them, al
ways warranted good and fresh.
tf Wm. Winter.
"A good man loavoth nn inheritance."
Insure your lifo in tho " Life Assooto'
lion of America." tepidlw
Boarding houses uso Glllot's. agls
Jorgonsen has a great run for Capt.
White's orlonlnl pickles. tf
Go to Parkjr & Blako's for window
glass, putty, etc. aug2Cdlm
Gillet's washing crystal makes wash
ing easy. ag 18
Shrivo's celebrated 11 o'elcck lunch
oyesters nt Jorgensen s. tf
Beautiful biscuits follow Gillet's bak
ing powder. aglJ
Go to Parkor 6c Blake's for wall pa
per, window shades, etc. augVCdlm
kt Glllot's double-strength extracts.
Wxl'. regulated families use Gillet's
Everybody goes to Jorgensea's family
gorccry for tho Halferd Letchostsrshlro
Money refunded if Gillet's goods don't
Those Fretlch Cherries, in syrap, so
popular with connolseura are sold by Jr
Go to Parker & Blske's for lamps
lnmp chimnoys, paint brushes, etc.
Go to Jorgensen's for imported Dun
dee orango marmalade, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, ia quarts, and
cholco Genocso figs. tf
Mr. Uurgcr has returned from Now
York with n stock of dry goods, tho most
complcto ever boforo brought to Cairo.
Thoro is nothing in the dry goods line
which ho has not got, and, as for prices, ho
defies competition, nnd protests his ability
to sell for less money hotter goods than
than nny other merchant In the city.
The highest prizo in tho September
Golladny drawing is ?1,000 in greenbacks,
tbo second, ?C0O horso,buggy and harness;
tho third, a $300 piano, and so on. Tick
ets only one dollar. Sccuro ono or a doz
en, before tho 2uth Inst., on which dale the
drawing will tako place. This is n square
Tho most popular shoe shop in town
is bn 20th street opposite the court house
hotel, whero Wm. Ehlers manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of the best French calf, kip or
morocco, nnd which ho guanralees to give
entire satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it is yourself. jyCtf
Tho next drawing of the Golloday lot
tery, of Bowling Green, Kentucky, will
take placo on tho 2jth Inst., next Mon
day, and all who deslro chances in it must
mako immcdinto application to Loflin, at
tho post office. There aro 15,000 tickets,
and every ono a prize. This is nohumbug,
but n fair nnd squaro enterprise. Tickets,
$1 each, or six for $5.
Mr. F.Rose has removed his tailoring
establishment to his new store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. Ue keeps on hand a
splendid assortment ef pieco goods which
ho v.'iu make up for 11 is customers In a
manner warranted to suit. Ue employs
only the best workmen, and gives his
personnl attention to the business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Call and seo him. aug31m
At Eiehhoff Bros.,' Factory.
Sell Furnituro for Cash ;
Twenty per cent.
Lower than any other (Dealer in .Cairo
Mado out of Seasoned Lumbtr,
and will .be
Insured for Six Months. ' '' t
A Raro Chance
-The Chieago Beer Saloon, Wm
Schick, proprietor, Nes. 28 and 28 Eighth
street, is a favorite place of resort with nil
lovers of weiss Beor, Liquors of every
description, and nil kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. No ordinnry liquors are
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
tho very, best, and guests find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters. A
ireo luncli is spread every day at iu
o'clock a.m. aualTtf.
Messrs. Bixby & Koehlor havo
cd a family grocery etoro on tho
sido of Eighth street, between Commer
cial nnd Washington avenues. Thcso
gentlemnn aro well-known business men
and descrvo and we doubt not will receive
n liberal share of public pntronnge. Their
store room hns been fitted up in excellent
style, nnd thoy propose to deal in nothing
but first-class goods. They will keep on
hand constantly a full stock, and will soil
nt tho very lowost figures.
William Alba's barber si op is grow'
Ing In public favor every day. .It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skillful workmen in tho city. Tho pro
prietor has had many years' oxporieaco in
his business nnd is recognized as ono of tho
most export shavers in Southern Illinois,
whilo vounc Alba is a master in his nro
fossion. Citizens and strangers who wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shamnooinc.
or tholr hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronize Alia, ins en op is on (Jomroer
clnl avenuo next 'oor to Uimnon's aews
Miss Ellen D. Enmcs, formerly of
Kalamazoo, having taken up her resldonce
in Cairo, informs the public that sho is do
slrous of clvlne instruction In vocal and
instrumental music and in French. Miss
Enmes comes nmong us with excellent re
commondntlons. During tho late session of
tho Northwestern Acndc'my of Music, sh
was among tho most proficient In piano,
fur to practice nnd vocnl instruction, and
tho conductors of tho academy unlto in
tholr testimony to lior thorough know
edgo of musio nnd lior capability to teach
tho same. Miss Eamcs resides in thohouso
formorly occupied by Mr.G. U. Olmrtcnd
whero sho will bo happy to receive pupil
and givo nuy information if required In ro
gard to tortus. tf.
MAnnueK Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 224 pages. Prlco
CO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dlsponsary
No. 13 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Uo. See Advertisement. tf
OUR PROPOSED RAILROADS. '
EN,!;.0.nAaiN0INEW6-T'"' VINCENNK.1 ALL
r.lt' 0Ant0 ANU BT- L0UI9 DITTO.
HA,H0 AJ,D FULTON IN A norE
WO liaVO rOCOivod informnllnn n,.n,.,.
Ing tho Cairo nnd Vlnconnes which u as
important ns encouraging. Gen. Burnsldo
now negotiating with rellnhlo nnrllos
who havo concluded to rIvo birr, tho nec
essary aid lo complcto tho work on this
road ; nnd, In furthornnco ef tholr plan,
tho goncrnl sailed for England on tl.o
20th, instant, to consummnto his nrrango
monts. " I am satisfied," says our Infor
mant, who is ontlroly rolinble, "thnt if tho
parties along tho lino of tho road treat tho
gonoral with a little llborality a short tlmo
longer, ho will bring out tho Cairo and
VInccnncs nil right."
Mr. Poyson, tho contractor for tho Cairo
nnd St. Louis road, was In Now-York Citv
1 ..... J
nisi wcok nrrnnging tho uonds'-nnd mort-
gages for thnt road, nnd sailed yestorday
,ut Europe to consummnto arrangements
for money. Uls partner will bo at Cairo
on October 1st to nrrnngo for tho com
mencement of work horc.
Information nboul tho Cairo and Fulton
road is also encouraging, nnd wo hnvo
reason to bollovo that Cairo will, at no
very distant day, havo n conncctinc road
Willi 1110 Uairo and Fulton road of Arkan
sas, tno efforts of tho St. Louis ring to tho
Wo hnvo just received a lamo stock
u. iicimni- stores lor Miner pnni r
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wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
lors or dining rooms. IIV tciVi duplicate
any Cincinnati, KcanstilU or St. Louis
retail price litl or either cooking or heal
ng tlocti. Orders by mall will rccoivo
our prompt nttcntlon.
Beerwart, Ortii & Co.,
No. 13C Commercial avenue.
.-!. UO0DS FALL STILM-IIXAt-'Tl rt't.
UUIIA1I1.K AND CHEAT I)V. ",H OOOI!, NO-
tiumj, PHOFJ), ETC. CA L AND hEB rOR
Mr. J. Burger, tho enterprising mer
chant on Commercial avoauc, aro rccclv
Ing their fall stock of dry goods. Tho sc
lection has been mado with great care, and
with, an oyo to tho wants of this market,
and will bo found to contain beautiful,
durable and fashionablo articloi of an end
less varioty. Among tho dress iroods may
bo found poplins, alpacas, empress cloths
and many niw styles of every color nnd
qunlity. Woolen shawls, kinglo and
double, will be in great demand the coin
ing setason, and Burger has laid in
a beautiful selection. They have also on
hand a fine stock of well-made shoes, com
prising gaiters,sido lace, congress kid and
cloth boots, and the latest stylo.of slippers
Handkerchiefs, cellars and cuffs, the new
est styles of fancy jewelry, and an in
numerable stocks of 11 notions," are among
the many attractions of this establish
ment. As for price, nn examination of
Burger's stock will convince every
one that "quick sales and rry imall
profits " is their motto. tf.
I'Liao" Cicxraat lUutoin Cjumxt,)
C'Aino, III., September II, 1171.
To persons wishing to nttond tho Illin
ois Stato fair, te bo hold at Du Quoin, from
September 25th to September 30th, we
will sell excursion tickets at $ 3.80 from
Cairo to Du Quoin and return.
Salo of tlckots will commonce Septem
ber 21th and discontinue after doparture
ol train on the morning of September 20th.
Tickets will bo good until October 3d.
On and after September 16th tickets will
be on salo to parties going with stock or
articles for exhibition, but to nono others.
' On nnd aftcr tho 2Cth a special train
will bo run during the contlnuanco of tho
fnir, as follows :
Lcavo Cairo at 5:25 a.m. Arrlvo at Du
Quoin at 015 a. 111.
Leavo DuQuoin nt 5:30 p.m. Arrive nt
Cairo at l:S0 p.m.
dlw James Johnson, Agent.
Notice. Chris. Anthes lias opened li Is
new moat market in Paul Schuh's old drug
store, two doors below tho post ofllco
on Commercial avenue, nnd invites all his
acquaintances to a trial of his cut meats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, &c, &c.
Also corned beef, pork and bacon. His
shop is kept in tho best of style, and his
customers served with neatness and dis
patch. Tho proprietor, Mr. Anthes, him
self attends to tho shop, and his custom
ers may nlwnys fcol assured of fair and
honorable treatment, full weight, and tho
right changt back, whether thoy sond their
children, or servant's or attend market
For Sale or Exchanoe for Cairo
Property. I hnvo One Hundred and
Sixty acres (of first-class unimproved
land in Johnson count', which I will sell
on roasonablo terms, or exchange for Cairo
city property. P. H. Pope.
Delays are Danoerous. Mothers as
you lovo your offspring don't fail to uso
Mrs. Whitocomb's Syrup for soothing chil
dren. Road tho advertisement in anoth
For good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to be copied, call on
Thomas, No, 124 Commercial avenue. Ho
s si good workman. Givo him a trial.
Wanted A good cook, or a woman to
do general houso work. Enqulro at tho St.
Nicholas Hotel, Commercial avenuo.
Harry Walker, Proprlolor.
Wavted At tho Dolmonico Hotel eno
hundred wookly boardors. Five moals
each day, price 6 por wcok.
ug20tf W"' Wixter.
For Sale. A cottago on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
Go to Dr. McGauley for Rattinger's Fe
ver Drops, Warranted to cure the enllls.
uno Glliol's cxtrocts nnl
sells Ratllngor's mod!-
Paul G. Schul
Oyhteiis. Louis Ilcj-bort hns nl was oil
band n fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys.
i or Kent. i-ivo rooms over tho
Enqulro of Jacob G,
House Wanted. A cottago house, front
four to six rooms, wanlod to rent. Apply
at this ofllco lo Edward Willett.
Just Rkceivkd-W. W. Thornton.
Tenth strcot bctweoi Commercial avenuo
and Poplar stroot, has just received and in
toro 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
Sleefino Rooms for Rent. Ten
woll ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
Dr. Rattlngors fevor Drops cure Chills
nnd Fevor and all other material fever at
onco and permanently ; thoy are puroly
vegetable and notwithstanding being so
powerful can bo given with perfect safety
to n nursing child. scpt20dwlw.
Eight or Ten Good Boarders
At tho house known as tho Court
Fivo Dollars per wcok.
New Meat Market. Nick Williams
will open his new meat market this morn
ing at tho corner of Poplar and Twentieth
streets, whero ho will keep constantly on
hand all kinds of meat nnd tho very best
In Iho mnrkot. Ho will not permit nny
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows ills business, and earnestly Invites
tho public to glvo him a call al his now
Estray Notice $10 Reward. Stray
ed from the subscriber, on tho 3lst of July
last, a largo roan cow. Sho would weigh
about 1,100 pounds nt the tlmo sho was
missed. Thcro aro no special marks about
her except that her bag is unusually long.
I will pay ten dollars reward lo any ono
delivering tho abovo described cow at my
shop on tho corner of Nineteenth nnd
Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
scpl5tf James Kynabton.
Notice. Parker & Blake have removed
to Bross' brick store, on Commercial ave
nue, second door from the corner of 11th
street. Thoy have added to their already
largo stock of paints, oils, window glass,
wall paper, shades, lamps, varnishes, etc,
and Invito tho public generally to call on
them In their new quarters. They mako
a speciality of tho celebrated Aurora oil,
which they will supply to their customer
in Quantities from n half pint to ten bar
rels, nt much less cost than coal oil; nnd
warrant it not to explode. nug2Cdlm
I'AUL 0. sciiuir,
id jEiiTj g-g-ist;
RT.no V E II.
NO, 103 COMMERCIAL AViNUE
Ulilltakar'a Old Htand,
OproHTR Atheneum, Cairo, III.
Pays partleular attention to llllag all ajalclan
and family preaeriatioas,
IDA.!? OB 1TIGHT.
sacra es sa
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Ageatfor
Kilt-Sis' FEVER TOXIC,
Warranted tha beat Fever Killer known la thla
NO CUR E-MONEY REFUND.ED.
BUCIIU AND DANDELION,
An.wllent remedy la all dlaeaseaof the Kid
ney, equally, a'a toed or better
than Ilembold's, and lor
Aiao aotm roa
Ilmiiiilircy'N iioincoiilintlile Hiicclflm.
Hit well selected steak of
Of every dcsoriptloa cannot be
surpassed by any estab
lishment of the
kind In the
Willi llHKlnomy iitlPiidiinU, low aplr
lli, rieiironiilou, Involuntary eiiilnloii.
Ionh of hpihcii. xpcriiiHtorrhuett, loan of
linwer' ilUcy liead, loan of memory,
mill fliri-iiteiicd-liiiliotriice nml liultc
rlllly, nml n nov-r-lifii euro lu Mum-ilirt-y'N
IIoiih-oiihIIiU! Nltcclllc Ko,
Twci.tr.clKUt. Compoaed of the most valua
ble mild and potent Curatives, thoy strike at
ondo at the roola ol the matter, tono up the ays.
torn, 111 rest the dUohargos, nnd Impart vigor end
oner:y, llfo and vitality to the entire man. They
hao cured thousands of cases. Price, $5 per
packagesof tlvo boxes and a large fl vial, which
is very Imioitant iu obstlnitto or old cases, or II
Eereinglonz. rotd by all dru8glts, and sent
y mall on rocelpt ol price. Address Humphrey's
Bpeoitio Homaopathlo Medicine Co., soi Bread.
way.KY. , . P. BOHIM,
auglMsowAwly Agent, Cairo, Illinois,