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MOUND CITY AND 'CAIRO'
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait. "Wiixiam II. Santiupkv.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
OA1BO Ji.2STX2 CITY
Leave Caiho, I Lbavk Md. City,
At 1 A-W. I At.... 8.30 A.M.
i 10 a.m. At li nn
1 p.m. At 2.30 p.m.
5 P.M. I At 0.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. "WHEN HAILED,
1IOX FACTOKT, HAWK'hI.A.Mll.VO.KV.
MOUTH OK CACIIB, MAKI.VK WATH,
AND .VAVV TAKD.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Wteklj I'aj-kM for Va-lneMi, r.ran.Tiil ID Lou.
T. O. UV.M A, Mailer.
I.t-ii. Cairo eycy feATOOHAY at S o'cloik p.m.
... n"iui iw.n "j'r1; on inru or 10
J.iS. inc;;t, Au'l
CAIRO AXD I'ADrC'AII
Tf.c splendid ttoitnor
Joe I'on lor, Musi it.
i.rtca iuro IIA1I.Y. (gund) i ceptisl) at
MU. Kor trustor l";;,
CAIRO AND KVANSVILLK
(7. N. MAIL CACKLT.
Tbk fant.raoniog, light diauilit lUainer,
f.m rnwi en
M!ri?ii,r?.PVf:RYU;iDAY and TJIUI1SUAT
, ..,.m luiewnc j, ai a p.m.
JAH. HltiUW. Ag't
PADUCAII AND EVANSNILLE,
(In place of tho Ark. lull.),
THE hl-LMCMi, uuht muuaUT gXKAMKn
LEK IIOWKIX, .Milkier.
Will lent Cairo for Kvonivllle every WKDNps.
IJAY 4 HATL'ltDAV at .1 o'clock. Vrii. rir
lie,,", ui ikv i'pi) on oojrn or 10
JAS. mUUH, Air't
KVANHVIhLE anu LOUISA'ILLE
Tho iplondld t.tcamei-
Will Wvo Cairo thli (TUESDAY) ovenlnir at 4
fclock, p.m. Forrelgkl pr juuiaga apply oa
KfflHTH-ST., 1IF.T. WASHINOTON AND COM
i now receiving lxutllal assortment of
Kali Millinery Goods,
Including Mat" "J Hhipra of the luteM style,
jlllilirr, I'lovicra mill I'cnllipr).
.Mrs. l.i"B :iH ,s0 "how customers tlie largest
Woolen Yarn , , :
To be fount! In the city.
II LEACH I NO
A Nil PAUSING
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN' MILLINERY
, LADIES yNISlINq G.OODS,
C'ommcrclnl Avennr, ..iol(r Illln
' " ' OairoJ Ittt.voin. 1 '
C LOT J 1 1 N(f E6j JiiDiES' iEAil'
MnJe to order, or lUJjr.liJe.
recelTpd full nd rompletootock of jroodj,
iiio newoft and completes! in mo cuj,
menc varlty ol
RIHBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
ulie oirrricrcl Indnccrntls to htT Datrofti and
all others torallbnher.examlntthc prices. ftle
and quality of lier (tooi
Publlahnt ererjr BMirntng', Mondity ex
Here, There, Ererywhere A I.lttlcabout ntJood
The " cold snap " it nt an end.
ThcViin jftvs tlmt Mr.R. J.-Cundlff
is'not n cablmuo head. .'Wcll.who aid ho
lir. Jolin P. Fag'tn left the city yes
tcrdayfor his home at Jacksdnport, Ar
. A meeting of the Odd-Follows' Be
nevolent Association of ; jrvpt will bo
held to-night at the lodgo room.
A'soctablo of the Ladies' BenOTelent
Association of this city was held last night
at the residence of Mr. F. Vincent.
The funeral of the lato Judge Corcor
an on Sunday last was largely attended by
his numerous frlondsand acquaintances.
Old Jack Frost is expected at Shaw-
neetown Soon, and will, no doubt, visit the
neighborhood of Cairo beforo discontinu
ing his trip south.
All the iteamboals at'tho landing had
their flags nt balf-mblt and tolled tholr
btllt u the boat icaring the body of John
McKec passed up the river.
The city hall at the cornor of Twelfth
itrcct and Commurciiil avenue will soon
bo ready for use. It is being fitted up by
Cunningham " regardless' of expenses."
The news of the death of ilr. McKeo
took the city by surprise. -JJo hud. been
sick so long and was so hopeful, that his
friends bolicved ho would ultimately re
cover. ' .
The Illinois Central advertises to BkU
excursion tickets to St. Louis and vrelurn
front October 2d to October,7tb, for $7.20.
Hero is n chancofor thoso who wish to at
tend the Si. Louis fait. '
SfosoHarroll is wonnderfully pritid
of his now girl baby. "Wo.havo had so
much pnictlco naming girl, arid havo be-
qonio so expert in iho bttsincti, Harroll,,
desiring to obtain tho best namo possible I
lor lit baby, nronoscs to eni'ni'o ut tn
... . n n
IJoulon of the Joneabore Gorcfff.callcd
onus Sunday, In company with tho civil
cnginwrof the Cairo and St. Louis road,
.Mr. ilcuregory. o were at our our de
votions und could not entertain tho Kuntlc-
mcn us wo would if they should call onus
on ti "we-sk's dnv."
Frnnk (iordon, u demirep well-known
in Chlro, nnd now tlie proprietress of a
bagnio in Memphis, was up before the TC'
cordpr in that city, on last Saturday, on n'
charge of assault. After boiug lined and
bound over to circuity for trinl, iiisj Oor
don wus taken before 'Siuire .Miller to an
swer to the chnrgo of larceny and resisting
an officer. Two bonds one of $1,000 the
other for .'60 wero required for her ap
pearunco before the grnnd jury.
The democrats of Alexander county
must be united onoman, if the hopo to
succeed in electing their tieket.and it is par
ticularly to bo desired that the inlluontiul
men of the party will work for success.
If a number of them work for Martin
with Itulf the vim they manifested last
spring when thoy hoped to break down
certain people they do not like, the demo
crats will carry tho county by to hun
Tho family grocory more of Ilixby &
Koehler is being patronized largely by peo
pie who Uku fine groceries. Their location
on the north side of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ay
enues, is a centrul one, und their stock has
been .eWcted with dlicrimination, there
fore this new candidate for public patron-
ago meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
pie. Messrs. Koohlor & Jllxbv nrmn
ac..u,, i.ieir reputation by always selling
the best of all BOrU of eroccrles to their
patrons and tho public, knowing that poo
plegpncrallyarouware of tho fact that
really good articles of any kind aro al-
wayi'tno ciicapcst in the end.
"A good man lcavcth an inheritance."
Insure your life in the Llf A..tl
tlon of Amorica." nenidlu, "
"'ni-UlT COURT Tim limn nf t, .
jestorday forenoon sni occupied in hear-
n...- ,1ow,"l' t(J uo ubjonce of .Mc
,S nC. ?.!UA?''all--ut little was
-.. oon tb, CMe of lh
people vs. John McEWoy, charK6a with
tho killing of John W. yj
olgbteen months ago, was called and pro.
coeded with. Considerable trouble
experienced in getting a Jury, and up to
tho adjournment last ovenlug tho panel
was not completed.
THE CAIRO DAILY
Tit Tilt of Local Itflliioiii Into Hgcnce, Oath
ered Hero and There.
Tho Rev. Mr. l'ootels nhsent from tho
Tio araunt couriers of tho army of
Methodist nroichcrs And laymen, to whom
.tho city has capitulated, hnvo arrlvod.
Tho Nov. Mr. (Jlllhnm, of Contralla,
preachod at'tho McthodlitSchuroh Sunday
morning last, nnd last night, nnd at the
Presbyterian church Sunday night. Ho is
a good preacher, and nttracted largo audi
Wo would .suggest to tho prcachors
who will bo with us Ibis week that thoy
need not bo idle In tho work of tho Mas
tor. Wo havo In Cairo qulto a number of
prominent men who should bo plucked
from sinfulncsii as .hands from tho burn
ing, and tho preachers should nt loast mako
an nttcmpt tt imvo them.
We are informed by Roy. Mr. Friend
that tho Sun h too small nn institution to
"lacornto his heart." Wo thought ns
much. Great natures aro never disturbed
by, tho attacks of petulant nngor, nnd Mr.
Davij, tho editor of tho Sun, may not,
therefore, hopo to draw Mr. Friend from
tho holy privacy In which he teaches tho
lessons of good will to men. In a Chris
tian way Mr. Friend detests Mr. Davis.
Dan. Munn and Popo aro Prcsbytor
lans; Llncgar a ttnhcr; Green n Raptist;
Harman tho samo as Llncgar; Allen par
tially Episcopalian; Mulkoy, somewhat
mixed, with a leaning to Catholocism j
Lansdon, Hurd and Wood, Presbyterians;
Irvin, Lynch, tho nnllidays, Gilbert, Saf
ford, Schuttcr and Dunnlng,Episcopalians;
tho Rarclaysnnd Williamsons, Methodists;
Taylor, a patron of all tho churches;
Rross, Schtih, Woodward, Artcr, and tho
balanco of tho city, members of no church,
and sinners according to the Christian ac
ceptation of tho term.
' tiOllDSTlNE & HOSENWATER.
Go to Goldstlno & Koscnwatcr's for fall
goods of the latest styles. Thoy are re
ceiving an immonso stock of goods of every
description, nnd a alngle glanco at It will
convince every one that tho selection was
made to suit every taste and nccommodate
every purse. Messrs. Goldstino & Rocn-
wator have spared neither pains nor ox
ponso in tho selection of their goods, and
now invite an examination of tho lato ar
rivals, satisfied that their merits will bo
their best recommendation. Wo shall give
a moro extended notico of this firm here
Tun Circub. To-day Mrs.Agnes Lako's
Hippo-Olympiad and mammoth circus
will exhibit in this city. Judging from
what our exchanges say of this immenso
Institution, wo do not hesitato to pronounce
it one of tho best circusscs now traveling.
It is reported to bo themost thoroughly or
ganized combination extant ; and the
equestrian department is especially com-
monded for its originality and newness of
performance having been purged of all
thoso old, worn-out feats that Lavo been in
voguo from tirao immemorial. Among
tho equestrians nro numbered some of tho
most renowned performers of tho age.
Tho wonderful feats performed and al
most human knowledge displayed by the
well-known trick horse accompanying this
circu, is nlono worth tho prico of ndnii
In tho nstnrnoon, beforo tho opening of
circus, thcro will be a grand balloon as
cension from tho circus grounds.
Doors open, at 2 o'clock in tho afternoon
and 7 o'clock in tho evening.
At "the DjiLMOxico. Tho following
wero the arrivals at tho Doltnonico hotel,
Wm. Winlor, proprietor, for tho twonty-
lour nours ending at 11! o'clock, p.m, Sep
tembor 25th : W. W. Carter. MavQold.
, w- ,
Ky.; A. C. Hunter, Capo Girardeau, Mo.;
Charles West, Hamburg, Ky.; Win. Bur-
nolt, Caledonia, 111.; L. C. Allord, Evans-
vlllc, lnd,; J, Chancy, livansvil(c, Ind
W. 8. Powers nnd lady, Youngstown, O.
Murray Phillipsj Miatouri ; J. It. Parks,
Now Madrid, Mo.; Cuns. C. Poll, Lako's
circus; Sam. McCarty, Now Orleans; W.
D. McCord, Chlcaio; Lafo Andorson,
Louisville, Jvy.; W. A. Ruhr, Empire
Mill; M. Kaufman, Vieksburgj Geo. R.
FowJsr, LbUiivilJe, Ky.;'Archy Frame,
river; it. D. Groon, Now Albany, Ind.
C.E. Hawkins, Cincinnati; 11, Jtn, Cin
cinnati; Joseph Veron, city.
AnitKSTKii. A well-known citizen of
tho city was uduy 6r two since beforo one
of our city magistrates for being drunk
r.nd disorderly. Ho was fined tho usual
amount 0.C0. Alter tho trial wan ovr
ho might havo been heard soliloquizing,
thinly! "Now, this is tho second time 1
huve been up before u magistrate for tho
same offense. I might hnvo known it
If 1 had gone to Alba's in the first place
andgotonoof thoso smooth, clean, deli
cious shaves that Alba is known to givo to
every one who patronizes him, this would
not hnvo huppened." Therefore, reader,
take warning and ulwuyg go to Albii's
barber shop, Commercial avenue, between
Seventh and Eighth stroets.
Leavk To-Day. Tho stoamor Louis
ville will loave the wharf this evening at
6 o'clock p. m., for Memphis, Vlcksburi?
and New Orleans. Tho Loulsvlllo has just
undergono thorough ropalrs, and Is now as
good us tho day sho was firm hunched.
Tho steamer Umpire, for tho samo des-
tlnation, leavoi also this ovoning. She is
a good boat, and offlcorod by as fino a lot
of mon as follow the river. Southern
bound travelers will do woll to tako pas
sago on tho Umpire. Biggs is agent for
botu tbo above boats.
0H HALE OU J-.XOIIANOE JOn CAlitO
Pkoi'kkty. I havo Onk Hundueij and
bixTY acres of first-class unimproved
land In Johnson county, which I will soil
on reasonablo terms, or exchango for Culro
why properly. r. ji, ropK.
Kesiqnew. Mr. F. M. Sumnor, night
policeman in tho i'ourth Ward, vesterdav
handed in his resignation to Moyor Lans-
unn. cause, wo do not know.
Holii. Tho stoamor A. Raker wus sold
yesterday to Mrs. Agnes Lake, proprieties
of Lako's circus, for $3,000 onu-hulf cash
ana the balance In ninety days.
BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1871.
DEATH OPJOH.V y. M'KEE.
Tho death of Mr. M'Kco look place nt
his rojtdanco In thU city on last Sunday
morning. Tho deceased was n man well
known to tho community of Cairo, nnd his
death, notwithstanding that ho has been
In precarious health for months beforo the
event, snockod and saddonod his mniiv
r.!. , 1 i... ... -
irii-i.us Him iieqiiaiiunnccs. Jia hn been
iiffcctcd with n troublosomo throat dlsoase
for tho last two or throo years of his life.
It finally affected his lungs nnd caused his
Mr. McKeo was born In tho cltv of
Pittsburg, !., about tho year 1827, and at
tlio tlmo oi death was about forty-four
years ot ago. nuo in bis minority, he
entorcd tlio offlco of tho Pittsburg daztttt,
then under tho managomont of Mr. Bid
die, who was ono of tho promlnont news
papermen of his day. Mr. McKeo hero
learned tho art of type-setting, but nover
followed it to nnyoxtcnt. Removing to
tho State of Tciinc!Soc,ho located in Nash
ville Ho here turned his attention to en
gineering, and in ado practical usa of his
knowlcdgo by following tho rivor in tho
capacity of steamboat engineer. Somolcn
or cloven years ago ho begun to report riv
er nows for various newspapers, slnco
which tlmo ho has been exclusively en
gaged ns river correspondent for Cincin
nati, St. Louis and othor papers. Ho was
river editor of The Bulletin since its es
tablishment. Mr. McKeo was married throo times. Tho
body of his first wlfo lies in Nashville,
Tennosscc, Hint of his socond, who was a
nicco of Mrs. Captain Williamson, of this
city, is buried at Smithland, Kentucky.
Sho left one child, a daughter, now n resi
dent of this city. His last wlfo nnd thren
little children aro left to mourn tho lots of
a devoted husband nnd most nQectionnto
Fourteen years ago, Mr. M'Kno united
with tho Methodist Episcopal church in
Smithland, Ky. In nil tho relations of life
as husband, father, friend nnd citizen, he
showed by tho purity of u christian lifo that
tho profession was no idle ono with him.
His body was conveyed to Smithland,
Ky., by boat yestorday afternoon, whore,
followed by tho grief of aged parents,
brothers and sisters and the sorrowing
wife, ail that is mortal of John M'Kcc will
bo laid to rest. May ho rest in peace.
GOOD NEWS- I
THE CAIRO AN1 VI.VCe.NNES RAII.UOA1I
"WORK COMMENCED IN WHITE A Nil PA-
LINE COUNTIES AN EARLY 1IEOINM.VO
EXPECTED ON THE CAIRO END OP THE
From Captain Hurd wo loarn that the
contracting firm of Wlnslow& Wilson, of
St. Louis, havo entered into arrangements
with Gen. Burnslde, by which work on
tho C. and V. road is expected to be
commenced at one?. Captain Hurd has
been informed by letter that Gen. Burn-
sido has mado such arrangements for tho
building of tho road as aro satis
factory to tho above-named firm, and, ac
cordingly, a forco of laborers is now cn
gcged on tho route of tho rond in Salino
county, and nnothor forco on that in Whito
county. Mr. W. A. Douglas, nn agent of
the firm cf Winslow & Wilson, is now In
thU city for tho purpose of prcpnring for
the commencement of work on this end of
tho road, and now it is almost n ccrtuinty
thut tho labor will bo begun in tho lower
counties in time to secure the local sub
scriptions. Wo shall tako palnn to ascer
tain tho details of tho matter ono which
is of so much interest to ovory citlzon of
Cairo and will lay the result beforo our
Harry AValkcr informs his friends and
tho public generally, through tho columns
ofTitE Bulletin, that ho has filled up a
first-class restaurant in tho front basement
of the St. Nicholas holol.on Commercial av.
cnue. Game, fish, oysters, and evory lux
ury of tho season will bo served to guests.
Tho best of wines nnd liquors will bo ul
ways on hand, and tho finest cigars wait
ing to bo puired nway into fragrant smoke.
Meals will bo furnished at nil hour, and
guests will receive polito und constant nt
tcntion. Harry is determined to mako hit
restaurant it success and n popular resort
for tho leisure hour.
Ulimih CcTiut. ItmnoAD Co., 1
AkI.' Olllcc, C.ilro, Hep!. i, '71.
To persons wishing to attend tho St.
Louis fair, to bo held at St. Louis from Oc-
toborid to October 7, wo will fell excur
sion tickets to St. Louis and return for
Sulo of tickets will commence October
1st und discontinue October Cth. Tickets
good until October 10 (Inclusive.) To
persons going with stock or articles for
exhibition we will isiuo tlckots on nnd af
ter September 27th.
Jameh Johnson, Agent.
Hotel Arrivals. Tho following per
sons wero Ht tho St. OhurlcH on Sundny
und Monday : R. S. Houg, Pulaski, Ills ;
Wm. A. Tutscho, St. Louis ; John. L.
Doughorty, U. S. N.; J. C. Dupogster,
Bnllard, Ky.; II. AV. Mnston, New York;
T. J. Edwards, Union City, Tenn.; K. A.
Sliortes, Now Orloans; Miss Kuto Jacks,
Memphis; J. L. Jacks, Memphis; Mrs.
M. F. Holloway and son, South Rond, Ind.;
T. F. Routon, Joncsboro, Ills.; s. E. Mc
Gregory, AV. A. Grnliam, J. A.AVorcestor,
E. P. AVorcostor, K. F. Tunnoll and L. K.
Rakor, Englnoors Cairo and Si. Louis rail
road; Jihn N. Strong, Hannibal, Mo.;
E. S. Httba-d, Ellzathtown, Ills.; pbll.
S. Hlsoy, Birdvlllo, Mo.; y, o. Fulon.
city; F. It. AVnggonor, Mound City, Ills.;
Miss Mat Halloway, Mound City, Hl8. E.
M. Dudley, Chicago ; AV. L. Rarvy, city j
P. It. Renuper, Metropolis, I1U.; Edward
Pnrtertoim, Philadelphia ; J. AV. Rail, St.
Lntils ; F. J. Mungor, St. Louis ; AV. A.
Dougluss, Mt. A'crnon, lnd.; H. Mclchor,
St. Loui3; D. B. Tumly, AVoodburn.llls. ;
B. F. A'nnhorn, Ills. ; E. H. Picknell, Har
ristown. Ills.; A. M. Bordcau, AMIlu
Ridge, Ills.; J. W. Fujhnn, Ownosboro,
Ky.; J.B. Hunstrong, Metropolis, Ills.;
E. Callahau, Popo county ; M, Colo, Now
Orleans; Chas. C. Boll, Now York; J.
I Aralrln, Now Orloans.
A NKOIIO ATTEMPTS TO KILL HIS MISTnKSS
HE INFLICTS THP.KE TEIIItlUI.E CU1
ON HER HEAD WITH AN AX,
. . ...
i t-siuruuy in anout two o'clock n negro
by tlio niuno of AVIllls Green, who live
on Twentieth, between Poplar street nnd
aslilnglon uvoLiic, attempted to kill hi
mistress, n negro woman named Mnrll
As near in wo could lcnrn, our lnforma
lion being derived entirely from tho no
gro neighbors of tho parlies to this terri
bio tragedy, tlio facts in tho caso nro
It appears that AVIllls Green nnd Martha
Stanly wero never married, but hnvo lived
togothor for a long Umo. ltoccntly, how.
uver, jianna lias becomo i
and has moro than onco within tho last fow
wooks expressed n determination to lonvo
AVIllls his bed nnd board. Ho has nlwnva
prevailed upon hor to glvo up tho Idea of
icftvitm una to consent to livo with him
icsicruny, nowovcr, sho bundled up her
wonuiy cnecis nnd told h m sho hn.l n.t.
umo mado up hor mind nnd that no amour.
of coaxing could Induce hor to sta v nnothnr
day. Sho was nbout to lenvo tho house.
wuci:, aucr trying to pursundo hor to stay
with him,;and shnro his lot for L-ood nr
for cvil-and sho rcfuscd.AVillls seized an
axo, and in less tlmo llinn it takes to tell
it, dealt her
THREE TERRIBLE BLOWS,
with tlio sharp odge, on tho head.
and ono blow on each arm with tho butt
end of tho samo weapon. Martha fell to
tho floor bleeding and Insensible
Willis, seeing what ho had dono and
with tho fear of tho vengcanco of tho law
before his eyes fled tho premises.
Medical attention was Immediately pro
cured, nnd tho wounds of tho injured wo
man dressed. It was found upon
examination that tho ax had penetrated to
tho skull in every lnstanco; but it was tho
opinion of tho doctor that' with careful
nursing and closo nttcntion sho would re
AVillis Green is a medium sized man, a
tun blooded African, of rather n bad coun
tcnance. Tho woman, Martha Stanly, I,
not very tall, of slender form, nnd as black
NEW GOODS PALL STYLES BEAUTIFUL,
V.1T11 . ... . . .... .... ... '
""'""I' .ui.iar GOODS, NO
TIONS, SHOES, ETC. CALL AND REE FOR
Mr. J. Burger, tho enterprising tncr-
cunnt on Commercial avenue, aro rccciv
ing uicir fall stock of dry coods. Tho se
lection has been made with great care, and
with an oyo to tho wants or this market,
and will bo found to contain beautiful,
durable and fashionable articles of an end
less variety. Among tho dress goods may
bo found poplins, alpacas, empress cloths
nnd many new styles of every color and
quality. AVoolon shawls, ninglo and
double, will be in treat demand the coin
ing season, and Burger has laid in
ii beautiful selection. They have also on
hand u fino stock of well-mado shoes, com
prising gaitcrs.sido lace, congress kid nnd
cloth boots, and Hie latest stylo of slippers.
Handkerchiefs, collars and cuffs, the now
est styles of fancy jowelry, nnd an in
numerable stocks of "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 very small
profits" is their motto. tf.
Itllaois Cntui lUiLaojn Counxr, 1
AutkT'a Orrrct, f
Caiao, III., September IS, 171.
To persons wishing to attend tholllln-
cis State fair, to be hold at Da Qaoln, from
September 26th to September HOth, we
will sell excursion tickets at $3.80 from
Cairo to I)u Quoin and return.
Salo of tickota will commence Septem
ber 21th und discontinue after departure
ol trnin on the morning of September 20th.
Tickots will bj good until October 3d.
On nnd nflor September lBtli tlckots will
be on salo to parties going with stock or
articles for exhibition, but to nono others.
On and after tlio 20th a special train
will bo run during tlie eontinuanco of tho
fair, ns follows :
Leavo Cairo at 5:25 a.m. Arrlvo at Du-
Quoin nt 9-16 n.m.
Lenvo DuQuoin at 5:30 p.m. Arrive at
Cairo at 9:30 p.m.
dlw James Johnson, Agent.
We havo just received u largo stock
of heating Btovcs for cither coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
lors or dining rooms. 11 'e will duplicate
any Cincinnati, EcamvilU or St. Louis
retail price Hit for either cookiny or heat
iny stoves. Ordera by mnll will rocclvo
our prompt attention.
Beehwart, Okth & Co.,
No. 13C Commercial avenue.
Special meeting of Cairo Lodge, No.
237, A. F. nnd A. M., tills, Tuesday,
ovoning, 7J o'clock.JSopt. 20th, A. L.6B71.
AVork in F. C. degree. Visiting brothors
nro cordially invited.
By order of tho AV. M.
AV. B. Kerney, Secy.
A Reply. AVo hnvo rocoivod n reply to
tho communication of Mr. Jns. Qulnn,
which appoared in tho Sun of u recent
date. Tho reply will appear In to-morow's
For good photographs, porcelain pic
ture!), or old pictures to bo copied, call on
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial nvoiato. Ho
(s a good workman. Givo him a trial,
AVanted A good cook, or n woman to
do general house work. Enquire at tho St.
Nicholas Hotel, Commercial nvenuo.
Harut AValker, Proprietor.
AVanted At tho Dolmonico Hotel one
hundred weekly boarders. Flvo moals
each day, prico -0 por week.
nug29tf AVm. AVikteb.
For Sale A cottngo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern nnd out
houses complete, Apply to
AV. AY. Tuoumton.
Hoardixo houses use fJMIel'n. ar.1.1
vTn .rB"I,en ft ereat run for Capt.
V llito t Oriental ntntU. i i
-Oi i. ii .
.,i... ...... ' Blnko'a for window
" , l.y' m aug2Cdlm
: """"8 cr makes wash
c..:...... ..... h 13
. , Ur,,loa M "'deck lunch
in uorgenscn , lf
i ...... "
i.a.AUTIPUL biscuits follow Glllol', bak
ing i.owuer. ng)3
-Go to Parker & Blake's for wall pa
per, window shades, etc. auc'JCdlm
iit Oil lot's double-strength extracts.
AVkl', regulated families use Glllol's
Everybody goo to Jorgensen's family
gorccry for tho Halford Lolcliostershlro
Monet rofunded if Glllet's goods don't
Those French Cherries, In syrup, io
popular with connolscur aro sold by Jor-
Go to Parker & Blake's for lamps
mi up cuimneys, paint brushos, etc.
Go to Jorgensen's for Imnori! linn
dee orango marmalade, iho celebrated
London crystal vlncctr. In uuarti. m.,1
cnoico uenoeso Dgs. tf
. , - , ,
M. VI... l.-. . .. . .
iuiKur jins reiurncu lrom Now
A'ork with a stock of dry iroods. tho mint
completo over boforo brought to Cairo.
Thero is nothing in tho dry goods line
which ho has not cot. and. as for nri. I,..
competition, nnd protests his ability
k cu mr icss money better goods than
than any othor merchant In the city.
Tho highest prize in the SentemtM.r
Oolladay drawing is $1,000 in greenbneks,
tho second, SCOO horse.buggy und harness;
tho third, a ?300 piano, And si) on. Tick
cts only ono dollar. Secure ono or u doz
en, boforo tho 23th int..
drawing will takoplsce. This is a square
-Tno most popular shoe shon in town
is on 20th street opposite the court house
hotel, whero AVm. Ehlers manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to be of the best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which he guanralecs to cive
entire satisfaction. Call on him and vou
will know how it is yourself. JyCtf
Tho noxt drawing of the Golloday lot-
tory, of Bowling Green, Kentucky, will
take placo on tho 25th inst., next Mon
day, and nil who 'desire chances in It mutt
mako immediate application to Loflln, at
tho post office. Thero are 15,000 tickets,
and ovcry one n prize. Tills it nohumbug,
but a fair and squaro cntorpriso. Tickets,
1 cuch, or six for $5.
Mr. F.Rose hat removed his tailoring
establishment to his new store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. He keeps on hand a
splendid assortment of piece goods which
ho will make up for hit customers in u
manner warranted to Miit. He employs
only the best workmen, and glvct Ills
personal nttcntion to tho business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Call und see him. uc31m
The Chicago Roer Saloon, AVm.
Schick, proprietor, Not. 'JO and 34 Eightli
ttoet, is a favorite place of resort with all
overs of AVelss' Reor, Liquors of ovcry
description, and it'l kinds of foreign nnd
homo AVincs. No ordinary liquors aro
dispensed at the bar of the snloon only
the very best, and guests find in attend
ance polito nnd accomodating waiters. A
frco lunch is spread uvcry day nt 10
o'clock u.m. uual'tf.
Miss Ellen D. Eatncs, formerly of
Kalumazoo, having tnken up her residence
n Cairo, informs the public that tlie is dc-
irous of giving instruction in vocal and
nstruincntnl music and in French. Miss
Enmes comes nmong us with excellent rc-
coinmondations. During tho Into session of
tho Northwestern Academy of Music, she
was among the most proficient in pinno,
forto prnctico and vocal instruction, nnd
the conductors of the academy utiltu in
tholr testimony to hor thorough knowl
edge of music and her capability to teach
tlio same. Mist Fames resides in tho houso
formerly occupied by Mr.G. II. Olmstcad
where sho will bo happy to receive pupils
nd givo any information if required in re
gard to torms tf.
New Meat .Market. Nick AVillioms
will open his new meat market this morn-
ng at tho cornor cf Poplar nnd Twentieth
streets, whero ho will keop constantly on
hand all kinds of meat und tho very best
n tho market. Ho will not permit nny
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, nnd earnestly invites
tlio public to givo him n call at his new
Notice. Chris. Anthcs has opened his
new meat market in PaulSchuh's old drug
storo, two doors below tho post oflico
on Commercial nvenuo, and invitos all his
acquaintances to a trial of his cut meats.
Bocf, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, &c, &c.
Also corned beef, pork and bacon. His
shop is kopt in tlio best of style, nnd his
customers served with neatness nnd dis
patch. Tlio proprietor, llr. Anthcs, him
self attends to tho shop, and his custom
ers may nlwnys feel assured of fair and
honorable treatment, full weight, nnd tho
right change back, whether thor send tholr
children, or servants or attend market
Tin New AVilson. Smith & Biink-
moyer, corner Commercial nvenuo and
Eighth street, are selling the Now AVilson
Under-Feed Shuttle Sowing Mnchino, tho
best and ciicapcst machine in tlio world.
It is sold $20 chcapor than nny othor inu-
chino. Some of tho many advantages
claimed for it aro ns follows :
1st. It is ns durable, well flnlshod, und
costs us much to munufacturo us othor
First-class Machines; but sells for Bomo
2d. For hemming nnd felling it is un
surpassed. 3d. That it Is tho simplest almttlo ma
4th, It has less wearing parts.
6th. It hat no grooved cams, ball Joints,
compound cranks, or cog wheols.
Oth It is adapted to n largor rango of
work, without chaugo, than any othor tun-chlnv.
Tiik holols uso Glllct'g extracts ni
Paul G. Schuh
soils Rntllngor's mo;
OvsTEns. Louis Horhurt hasnlwas
hand n fresh supply 0f Saddle Bock o;
Go to Dr. McOauluy for Raltlngcr's 1
var Drops. Warranted to euro the chl
Fon Rent. Fivo rooms ovor tho ci
council chamber. .Enquire of Jacob
House AVanted. A cottage house, frt
four to six rooms, wantod to rent. App
nt this offlco to Edward AVillktt,
Marriaok Guide. Interesting wot
numorous engravings, 224 pages, pr
50 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensa',
No. 13 North Eighth Street, St. Lou"
.Mo. Seo Advertlicmrnt. t
f Just Received. AV. AV? Thornh
Tenth street between Commercial avenj
and Poplar street, hat just roceived and
toro 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows n
Sleepino Rooms ron Rest. Tj
well ventilated sleoplng rooms in CityN
tlotml Bank building. Apply to '
Al City National Bank,
Delays are Dangerous. Mothers
you lovo your offspring don't fall to u
-Mm. hltecomb's Syrup for soothing ch.
uicmi. iicau mo ndvertitomont In anotj
Dr. Rattingors fever Drops cure Chl'
and Fovcr and all other material fever I
onco and permanently; thoy are purq
vegotablo und notwithstanding being
powerful can bo given with perfect safe
to n nursing child. scpt20dwlw.
Eight or Ten Good Boarders
At tho lioue known as tho Court
Flvo Dollars por week.
Fresh Oysters. I am now recelvli'
dally, the celebrated 0. S.Maltby's H. ar
i t i . . . ..
ji. uranu ot ircsn oysters, which are uni il
vulled, nnd for sale by tho can or caso c JI
tho most reasonablo terms, try them, it '
wnya warranieu good and iresli.
If JV. AVintek.
EstrayNotke 510 Reward. Stra'
cd from tho subscriber, on tho 31st of Jul
last, a large roan cow. Sho would weiir'
about 1,100 pounds at tho tlmo she wl
missed. There arc no fpeelnl marks aboi
her except that her bag Is unusually ion)
1 will pny ten dollars reward to any on I
.l.ttvn.;... .1.- .1 ii .. ...fcH
shop on tho corner of Nineteenth an)
Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
tepl5tf James Kynasto.v.
Notice. Parker A Rlako havo remove0.
to Rross' brick slorc, on Commercial avt,
nue, second door from Ihi corner of lit
street. They havo added to tholr alrrad
lurgu stock of paints, oils, window glasi
wall paper, shades, lamps, varnishes, etc?
nnd invito the-public generally to call ol
t ifm in their new quarters. They maki
a speciality of tho celebrated Aurora oil
which they will supply to their customer.
In quantities from u half pint to ten ban
rels, nt much lest cost than coal oil, nnl
warrant it not to explode. aug2Cdlm r
Reliable and Sake. Dr. Honry Koo'
and PJitnl Pills are mild and pleasant ii
their operation, yet throrough, producing
IIU lljUJIl-U Ul I!JU!. 1U1IIK VlllltUI'
vegetable, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. Thoy arouso th
liver and sccrctivo organs into health;
action, throwing elf disease without ex
hausting or debilitating tho system. Tm
them nnd vou will bo satisfied. Price 2(
.,..1. . V.. Cl.l 1... .1 ... l.t. .I.l'l
ersin iiiodicine everywhere. Prepared bv
the Urafton .Medicino company, St. Louis
Notice. The fall session of tho Alox'1
andor county teachers' institution will b
held in tlio school house on llnrleentli
. . . . t. ! . .. f ... I .... 1 1 III.' I
airecL, in inu uii. ui vuiru, uu iiiu ot, 1111
and 5th days of October next.
Dr. Robert Ally ti will bo present during
tho first day, nnd will deliver an interottr
ing lecture In the ovcnlng.
It is honed no teacher in Alexander1
iiiinlt will lin nliinnt
All school officers of this county nndl
tcncliers in neighboring counties nro com
diully invited to attend. ,
John C. AVhite, County Supt. (
Sept. 23, 1871. i.
Phillip Rauoh is master of hit trade,"
and warrants all of his work to be ef tho
very best material and manufacture; guar-yl
nntecs a complete fit und entire satismc-'
Hon, Is not confined to anylparticular style,
but makes ovcry variety of boots and shoes
from Hie heaviest cowhide to tho finest
Fronch culf und morocco. Ho alto keeps
a lurgo stock on hand, of hit own manufac-"
turf, und any ono dosirous of purchasingBJ
good custom work cheap should call on"
him ut his shop on Eighth at., south tide,
near corner of Ohio lovco, Cairo. dtf
Willi ilNKloomyiitletKlniitN, low plr-r
!, m-i.rcHsioii, iiiYuiiiiiiiirv cnuiuu, i
I ohm ol' NPiiirn, N)i'i-miitorrliuNi, 1om ol i
M. !' illxzy lii-ml. Iowa or memory,:
mill tlirviiti'iitil liiiiolinc mill luilic
I'llll.r. mill ii novi'ri'liru cure lit Iliiiti-;
iiliri-y'N llnnieoniilhle Nnrcllle Ho. j
Ttiiti.ly-clKliI- Compoiod ot the most valua- U
Me inllJ and potent turatlves, they etrike at J
oido at tho root ol the matter, tono up the sya. J
tem, arrest tho ill. oiiargea, and imparl iKor"n :
oneriy, lllo ami vitality to thocnttro man. They r
hue cured thoua.nds of case. l'rloe. la.per '
imcktitciol tlreboxoii and a large U vial, which I
1 1. in, I I'umuui m i'1'qi iii.iv m m...-, t. - .
............ b-I... ..... .on. .
by mail on looelpt ol prico. Address Humphrey h
Hicll a Homeopathic Medicine Co., Broad
way. V. Y. P. bpilU I,
niiKlM ownwly Agent. Cairo, Illinois.
STEAMER A BAKER..
Cairo and Capo Girardeau
j. II. It.VY, ainatcr,
WIU ii.nvn nulrn for Cine filronlcMi cvorv
day and Krnliiy, at 8 o'clock, a.in.i .and returning
will lenvo Opo Olrnrdoaa ovory wedneiday nnd
Hatuidtiy mornliiKs ut the sumo hour. For Irolglu
1 ni.nl. nn Uir.l r.nn.Cll
lllll .BB.I.I. H'.J .1 f-VI'intl
BOOKH, pamphlets, bnols, catalogues, news
pupem, tux lists, and every variety of exten
uivu printing coutractod for, and promytly and
rpeedlly executed, in the Iltillotln book, lob;
and uewspnrw br.idlni; estrtVllshtatnt.