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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1871.
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V. p. JOHNSON.
CfZ.tr'. Poir Agent, Caicago.
SON. AcM. Vtifa.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. II.
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KOCNI CJTT AND CAlio"
7BE STEAli TUG, CACHE
73C2 T2!P EVEBT DAY
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CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
W.iljpwVn fr?at, r.taniTsi'.e ac4Lou
T. C. HVMAN,Mm. r.
Ihii Cairo erery 'ATUDUXV at 1 o'clock pun,
JAN. IUCHi), Ak'U
CAIRO AND PAIHT.UI
T,e splendid Meamer
Joe I'oa ler, Maatrr.
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p.m. For IreUblor ..e arr.h onlyiardor
..in. lis. Air l.
CAIRO AND EVASSV1LLE
V. n.maii, I'Acmrr.
The fast-runnlng, light Uiauiht steamer,
i.n mV,S. .ro.EVr-RY SUNDATand THURSDAT
, -v. ..t.mcr luiewiini, ai o p,rn,
. jaw. iih;;m, ab'i.
I'ADUOAII AND KVANSxVILLK,
ln place of the Ark.BelU),
TUB IHEsrciD UOUT PltAUQHT STEAM KB
Will Jeatj) Calm for Ktantville ttery WF.DSFH.
f i 1 1 nn"-nlJA ho ociock, im. Kor
JAW. HltlGH. Ac't
EVAKSVILLE and LOUISVILLK
The splendid mamn
, UVUUH, Manser,
rillTl'eadTO thla f TUESDAY) OTenlnu at -i
JIB?. ANNA LANG,
EIOHTH-M, HI'.T. WASHINGTON AND COM
MR III IAL-AVENUE8,
tmn ifcetfnga beautiful assortment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
InWa.lm HMs on J Shapes of the latest tj lc,
nlli'irr, rioncrn nii.l I'mlliera.
Mm U'2"illl!0 ehow cu.tomers the ttrgsst
' (election of
Vo be found in the city.
MRS. M. SWASDEK,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
'mmerHnl itrnnr. rir.cltr 1 IKo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Mnde l Order, or RedyMde.
ihe ner.t and completet in tlie cilr. An inr
mtne rnt) cl
1UBB0NS, LACES AND FBLVGES
-l .r fniir.mtfl tn her tntronA ant
II ether to rU on her.euinln the prices, f tj If
nd quiUitr o: Iter gooas.
rblUbeI every morning, Monilny ex
The Gaj Company Is putting In a
new tank near the gas-works that win
give the city a better supply of gas.
There. Messrs. "Wm. HalUday, Al-
den, Tarker, Candce and Oberly, were the
onJv CalroitJ al the State Fair yesterdaj
SEVENTT-rocR. Seventy-four rnlnit-
ters, members of the Southern Illinois
Corference, arrived in town on the three
o'clock train yesterday afternoon.
In Town. Associate Justices Marchil-
doa and McCrite were in the city yester
day. We also noticed the name of T. r.
Bouton, of the Jonesboro Gazette, among
the arrivals at the St. Charles hotel.
The Suow. Lke's Circus exiblted in
Cairo yesterday, according to previous an-
councement. It is really better than the
general run cf shows there being many
nc features added to the performances.
The State Fair. Too attendance at
the State Fair vesterdar was not large,
asd the exhibition was commonplace. The
fcor, cattle and swine were excellent,
bat ia all other departments the fair was
1fjs Oct. We hive ben reqticstcd
to caI! attention to the bad condition of
ibt liJe on the south side of Eigh-
MUistret. Many of the cross planks
are estirely gone, and tboie that remaia
are so rottes .it It is dangerous to walk
A Fali Yeterdy afternoon, while
t. ititUmio, a stringer in the city, ss
palling den Sixth street to the rv.4t
5te,c cf the plank In the sidewalk
trste, throwing him full length on tho
Talk. He sustained no inlurv.
A Mistake. Although we were ln-
fjrafi that the rjk.ne of the negre woman
who wu so terrib.y chupptd up in the af
fray on Twentidnth st-ct was not Martha
Sunltj, we could net nuertuin her real
name. Willis Green, her would-be-mur-d
rerjbai not yet been arretted. He made
his wy to one of the large cornfields out
lide of the levee where the officers lost
track of him.
TilE Cairo dailr Hi.'i.i.eti v In (do
menttnti of thehotel arrivals mentions Rev.
I). . Turney as "I). U.Turnlv.Woodburn.
in. uruai Kiury lounj ior one 8 country.
or to have one's namn misprinted in
paper. Jir. xurnev can concrntnlaiB
himself that he is not alone in misfortane,
as Mr. Armitrong, of Metropolis, is pub-
llibed ns "J. S. Huntstrong." This is
pleasant, Of course. Cniro Sun.
So, sol The compoiitor who made the
bovc blunders mut have been afflicted
with ono of thoso nttneks of cholera mor
bus that the Sun ninn described as "likely
to provo a ailuref
Still no Jukv. Alilumgh tho cae of
tho Pooplori. John McKlvoy.for tho kill
ing of John W.Price, was cullod in the
circuit court on Monday, tit two o'clock,
up to the tlmo of the adjournment of court
last evening, but 11 jurors hud been se
lected. Tho offlcors of the court were on tho
go all day yeiterduy, and tho curbing they
received were many and loud. Thoy are
bound to have a Jury, and it Is tho duty of
cvory citizen summoned to put in un ap
pearance before tho tout t, and then if ho
has a reasjnablo excuse, he will bo ex
AitRESTEU. A well-known citizen of
this city was a day, or two since,beforo one
ot our city macistrates lor beinc drunk
and disorderly. Ho was finod tho usual
amount-SO CO. After the trial was over
he wight hnvo been heard soliloquizing,
tbutly : Now, this is tho second tlmo I
have bocn up before a magistrate for the
same offense. I might havo known it
if 1 had gone to Albn's iu tho first place
and got one of thoso smooth, clean, doll-
clous shaves that Alba Is known to give
10 every one who patronizes him, this
would not havo happened." Therefore.
reader, tako warning and always co to
uaiwr auuji, vyommorclal avenue,
wiwven ncvcnwi aim Jvtgnth streets, tf
A llKPLY. Wo havo received n reply to
the communication of Mr. Jas, Qulnn.
-ITsnreu 111 1110 .VN Of ft recent
it. V, qpl)' m PPW in to-morow's
Ttoni.n l'jirv wpicu, can on
, - nu.umu, uiv i,im R tr)uli
- - tl6tf.
Fob Sale. A cottage on 12th trc-tt
containing 7 rooms, cistern and w
uousos complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS CONFERENCE.
A TOLL AND COMPLETE LIST OF
Relow wo glvo j complclo list of tho
members of tho Soutliorn Illinois confer
price, as published in the minutes of tho
Inst session, held at Lobonan, St. Clair
county,Soptember 14,1870. It may bo that
a few of tho ministers mentioned below
may not be present, but wo aro Informed
by Eldor Grant that it is anticipated that
thoy will almost every ono bo in attend
Blair, F. O.
Honner, 0. W.
Boyer, J. J.
Brariinc, 0. W.
Butler, O. VT.
Davis, J. P.
Daw, J. P.
Davis, T. J.
Enton, Thos. A.
Folcscher, A. 0.
Grant, VT. J.
Baldrldgo, J. C.
Barnes, J. S.
Hrowdor. Wm, A.
Lopar, T. C.
Morrison, A. B.
Mooro, R. S.
Nail, J, W.
Ncsblt, A. B.
Pierco, B. R.
Power, Milo N.
Beef, J. It.
Robins, G. W.
Ruthorford, J. P.
Kecd, W. H.
Scarrllt, J. A.
Thrnpp, J. A.
Thompson, F. L.
Vantrccso F. M.
Wacgonor, G. W.
Walker, W. S. C.
Walker, Levi S.
Kislcy, A. L.
Robinson, J. A.
Roonscroft, J, B.
Sabine, 0. W.
Taylor, H- B.
Tolle, C. J. T.
Van Winkle, D. B.
Whittakcr, W. F.
Woollard, F. M.
Wcstman, C. L.
Phillips, D. W.
Clinc, C. E.
Woollard, J. B.
Waller, J. L.
Tyner, W. II.
Sly, W. S.
Lengenfcltcr, V. D.
Davis, W. P.
Deneen, W. L.
uicKens, . u.
English, L. 0.
Finley, J. C.
Gilfaam, John D.
Groves, S. P.
Green, J. .C.
Houts, C. J.
Holliday, C. M.
lloyt, E. A.
Laucblm. R. W.
Lingenfeltcr, 0. D.
Lock wood. J. II.
Masscy, R. II.
Morrison, J. fc.
Harper, L. A.
Hill, John II.
Hughey, G. W.
Uennestev, W. S.
Johnson, 'r. N.
Jones, O. V.
L.ane, J, V.
THE DRY GOODS TRADE,
TI1E MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT OT 00LD-
TKIN AND ROSEN WATER THE FALL
TRADE TnE MOST COMPLETE BTOCK OF
DRY GOODS, READY MADE CLOTHINO,
HATS, CAPS, ETC., IN CAIRO.
We yesterday paid a visit to tho mam-
moth establishment of Mcssrf. Goldstein
& Rosenwutcr, Commercinl avenue, be
tween Eighth mid Ninth streets, nnd must
confess our surprise at seeing tho Immense
stock to be found in this house. This firm
have long enjoyed the reputation of being
among the leading dry good merchants of
the city, and one who will tako tho
pains to examine their stock, will need no
other assurance of the truth of this re
port. In the dry goods lino thoy nr'o receiving
daily fresh additions to their ulrondy im
mense stock. In the tho lino of Bilks,
Irish poplins, velvets and velveteons, etc.,
tbey have a most choice nnd select assort
ment. Of Irish poplins alone, they havo
upwards of two hundred nnd fifty patcrns,
of silks their stock is enormous ; of velvet
and velvctinea it cannot bo surpnsscd.
Ribbons, gloves, ladies collars, and ull tho
minor articles that go toward making up
the dress of a lady, aro to be found here
in abundance. Of their stock of ready
made clotbirg there is no end, and their
prices are so reasonable that they have
built up a lurge and profitable trado in
mis line, in ine way oi rims nnd car
they aro doing a big business.
Tho firm of Goldstein & Rosen-
water nro now prepared to fill orders for
goolr, nther at wholesalo or retail. Tbo
who'ctale business with thorn is n new
feature, and they are confident of their
ability to compete with other mnrkots In
tho same trade. As tbo senson when poo
pie begin to prepare for winter is now at
hand, we advise our renders to call upon
Messrs. Goldstein tfc Rosonwatcr boforo
NEW (lOOIlS FALL RTTLES 1IEAUTIFUL,
DUItAIILE AND CHEAP HKKhH GOODS, NO
TIONH, hllOKS, ETC. CALL AND HKK FOR
Mr. J. Burger, tho o'nterprislni; mer
chant on Commercial avenue, uro receiv
ing their full stock of drv poods. Thn in.
lection has been made with great care, and
witn un nyo to tho wants of this market,
and will bo found to contain beautiful.
durnble and fashionable nrticles of an end
less variety. Among tho dress goods may
bo found poplins, alpacas, empress cloth
nnu many new styles of every color and
luiiiiiy. woolen shawls, idntfle and
double, will be in great demand the com-
in" season, and llnn-nr l, fit 1aM tn
a beautiful selection. They have also on
nana a fine stock of well-made shoes, com
prising Glters,ide lace, coneress kid and
cloth boots, and the latest style ofsllnners
tf .... .11. .. t t at -
jiiiuKrcuitis, cellars and cuffs, the new
est styles of fancy jewelry, and an in
numerable stocks of "notions," aro among
un many attractions of this establish
ment. As for price, an examination i
lli,r.,.T. ..!. MI ,
..u.b.. . .ivi.1. ui convince every
one that "quick sales and very small
proms " is tneir motto. tf
Illinoir CcnTaaL KilLUOAD Co., )
ARt.'ii Ollice, Calru, hepl, so. TI. f
To persons wishing to attend tho St
Louis fair, to bo hold nt St. Louis from Oc-
tober 2d to October 7, wo will
siou tickets to
St. Louis and return for
Halo or tickets will coinmenco October
1st und dlscontinuo October Cth. Tickets
good until October 10 (incluslvo.) To
persons going with stock or nrticles for
exhibition we will ittuo tlckots on and nf-
ter September 37th.
Jameu Johnson, Agent
D. D. T. AND " THE HOLL CALL."
Editor Cairo llulletini
Without occasion cortnlnly without
provocation -ono D. B, Turnoy essays nil
answer to " Tho Roll Call," rocontly pub
lished In The Cairo Paper. Among Cairo
renders tho "answer" 1ms excited nn in
teresting Inquiry. It ! U,a . j, D. jj. 'p.
an educated nss, n natural born fool, or n
constitutional uiocKticnU Certain it U
that If I had n twolvc-ycnr-old boy caps
bio of such r wretched attempt at sarcasm.
1 would Immediately sot my poor wits to
work to invent a low-pressure, rotary,
back-action spanking machine, in the hopo
that, through its use, I might bring him, at
least, to nn appreciation of his stupidity.
E.-en Mm assisted 1 should look to tho fu
ture of that boy with sorlous nnd distress
D. B. T. is merciless. Ho not only ex
pects the writer of "Tho Boll Call" to
read tho bowildcrlng "answer," but, with
murderous Intent, nsks him to "rend my
book on tho Sahbnthl" Well may the
author of "Roll Call'' exclaim! ''Small
pox is n small clrcumstnncc, typhoid pneu
monia is tolerable, but from 'my book on
tho Sabbath,' good Lord dclivor mo" de
liver every body I
Tho youth of "light hair nnd mustache
of corresponding color ani extent,'' who
manifested nn cngcrncss to read D. B. T's
"answor" has at last been gratified. (?)
Poor fellow. If anybody lives who is
more deeply disgusted than he, it is the
body, who, in utter recklessness of conse
quences, has read "my book on tho holy
The following wcro tho arrivals at tho
Delmonico hotel, Wm. Winter proprietor,
for tho twenty-four hours ending at 12
o'clock p. m., Scptembor 20: J. J. O'Con
nor, Madam Lnkc, Miss Emma Lake, Mr.
Bouton nnd wifo, K. E. Miles, G. W. 5Ce-
held, John Davenport, Levy North, A.
Levy, Geo. Mnnkins, II. Jennings, Woodio
Cook, 11. Richnrdson, O. Holllce, N. Ains-
ley, Wm. Fithinn, 0. Gibbs, J. Blaise,
F. Hilton J. Norris, Mrs. Moxloy, John
Murrv, Dr. Straham, J. McCormick, B.
Uroeby, T.Wilson, Jas. Curley, Jno. Pip
er, Wm. Hausc, n. Williams, W. A-
Domo and-20 others, Lnko's circus j D. W.
Phillips, Nashville, III.; John, Seepor Sm-
lin, 111.; A. Kanson, snme ; J. H. Baird,
Clay City, 111.; F. II. Pitncr, same ; J. A.
Robinson, Ccntralia, 111.; J. S. Morrison,
Shipmnn, III.; H. F. Hamlin, Salom, III.;
W. S. Sly, Kam.Ill.; R. S. Moore, Boston :
A. C. Flcchcr, Mt. Carmal; J. A. Smythc,
H. Whiting, Edwards Co.; F. A.Vinton,
Villa Ridgo; R. Stoore, Golcondin, III.;
Mrs. Bird, and two children, same ; Fred.
Diestel, Cincinnati ; Mr. A. Albright and
lady, Ullin, III.: W. J. Albright and lady,
same ; Mr. L. W. Alison, Ky.; J. W. Ar
nold, Patoka, 111.; Bev. D. Williamson,
Wnlson, 111.; S.J.Smith, Md. City, III.;
Thos. Walker, J' C. McCune, Mis Hun-
tcr, Miss M. II. Smith. Miss II. Smith,
samo; Jas. Garland, Baltimore, Ind., nnd
W. J. Bnrnett, Mattoon, III.
The following wcro tho arrivals nt the
St. Charles hotel yesterday, September-
20: W. A. Bulz. Grovo Islnnd; Ben. P.
Runkle, Covington, Ky.; C. 1). Smiley,
Pnducah; J nines Good, St. Louis; C. R.
Pierce and family, Mobile, Aln.; T. F.
Bouton, Jonesboro, I1T.; J. n. Peters, St.
Louis; J. 0. Willis, Metropolis; M. N.
Cosf nnd daughter, Hnvunn; K. Wallace,
Indinna; E. Jeff. Kcno nnd wife, Galves
ton, Tex.; G. L. Putnam, Mobile; Norton
I). Anderson, St. Bcrnnrd, Md.; E. A.
Scott, Sclma, Ala.; E. Rouso and wife,
Mobile, Alabama; Miss E. Rouse, Mobilo;
J. Hewitt, Kankakee, S. Howltt, Kanka
kee; II. F. Hiimlin, Salem, III.; M. Spon
cer, St. Louis; Jas. Morris, Capo Girard
eau; A. Johnston, Kinmundy, 111. ; C. P.
Sor.gstack, Louisville; Thomas Evans,
MendotnjT. J. Hay, Chicago; T. Hitch
cock, Cincinnati ; F. O, Illycr, Lebanon,
111.; B. Hype, Lobanon; A. 0. Fletcher,
Mt Cannel, 111.; O.H. Clark, Olnoy, III.,
J. H. AS'aller, Robinst.n, 111.; J. D. Krum,
Vandalia; A. Mansfield, Rarnsoy, 111.;
Mr. Crnwloy, steamer Illinois; T. E.
Roysc, Keokuk, Iowa; E. Jones, Metropo
lis ; J. S. Powell, Alabama; J. B. Hill,
Mason, III,; J. S. Barnes, Fincknevvillo.
OwK.ssr.oiio Makhle AVoukr. Mr. J
'. Fclghttti, general agent for 0. JCuck-
ricgcl, jiroprletor of tho Owensboro mar-
bio works, U now in tho city to solicit or
ders lor tho nhovo named firm. The
Owonsbore marble works aro acknowl
edged to turn out ns good work ns nny es
tublisment of the kind in tho west. Mr.
Zuckrlcgel hat earned for himself n repu
tation nsnn nrtist that Is, indeed, cnvinblo,
und in every instance where orders hnvo
been intrusted to this firm has given the
most perfect satisfaction. Mr. Felghan,
n company with Mr. Curl L. Thomas,
ocnl agent nt Cairo for tho samo firm, will
canvass tho city tocether for ordors for
work in their line. If thoro is anv tiorson
n tho city who wishes to plnco to the
memory of udepnrtod friend or rclntivo, a
monument, or tombstone, thoy ennnot do
better than to place their order In tho
hands of thoso gentlemen.
;sxw liuii.DiNds. Tho now business
house of Mr. H. Meyer, on Ohio Lovoo, is
rapidly approaching completion. When
dono, it will bo ono of tho finest business
houses of tho city
Tho new business houses of Messrs. Noll'
and Gockol uro also colnc forward with
reasonable speed. When completed thoy
will add much to the business apiicarunco
of tho levoo and fill up gaps that havo been
an eyo-soro to that part of tho city,
un tho corner ot sixth and Walnut streets
Mr. Fred, Theobald Is orectinc n now
brick residence From prosont nnnear-
ances it will, whon finished, bo ono of tho
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iimai ji-uiiiiui iuijiu nnu iianusoiiio resi
dences in tho city. It U now undor roof.
Kkliahlk and Sate. Dr. llonry Root
nnu riant mis nro mild nnd pleasant in
tholr operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. ontlruly
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VflMHUUIU. ii.vjr Villi uu IUKOII without re
gurd to diet or business. Thoy nrouso tho
llvor und secretive orguns into houlthy
action, throwing ell' disease without ux-
uuustiiig or uebiiiiuting tho (system. Try
them und you will bo satisfied, l'rlco 26
conts it box. Sold by druggists nnd deal-
uio in iiiruii'inoovcrywiicro. rroparoti uy
tho Oruftou Medicine company, St. Louis,
In Iownndn, Ponn., nt tho residence of
W. B. Dodge, Esquire, by tho Ilov. Win.
Siownrt, Mr. J. B. Sholdon to Miss Sophia
Lyon, both of Cniro, Illinois.
To tho hnppy couplo wo offer ir honrty
congratulations. Mr. Sheldon liiu possessed
himsolfof ono of tho most vivacious and
charming of Cairo maldons for n life com
panion, nnd in lending Miss Sophia to tho
altar has secured n through ticket to tho
state of perfect happiness.
Wo hnvo Just received n lnrgo stock
of heating stoves for cither coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
lors or dining rooms. Il'e will duplicate
any Cincinnati, Ecansville or St. Louis
retail price list for either cooking or heat'
iny stoces. Orders by mall will rocclvo
our prompt attention.
llKERWAIlT, OltTII & Co.,
No. 13G Commercial avenue.
GOLDSTINE & ROSEN WATER.
Go to Goldstlno & Boscnwatcr's for full
goods of the latest stylos. Thoy nro re
ceiving nn immenso stock of goods of every
description, nnd n singlo glnnco nt it will
convlnco every ono that tho selection wns
made to suit every tnsto and nccommodnto
every purse. Messrs. Goldstlno & lloscn
wntor hnvo spared neither pulni nor cx
penso In tho selection of their goods, nnd
now invito nn oxaininatton of tho lato nr
rivuls, satisfied that their merits will bo
their best recommendation. Wo shall glvo
n moro extended notico of this firm here
after. NEW RESTAURANT.
Harry Wnlkcr informs his friends and
tho public generally, through tho columns
of The Bulletin, that ho lias fitted up n
first-class restaurant In tho front basement
of tho St. Nicholas hotel, on Commercial av
enue. Game, fish, oysters, and every lux
ury of tho season will bo served to guests.
Tho best 'of wines and liqMors will bo al
ways on hand, nnd tho finest cigars wait
ing to bo puffed nwny into fragrant smoke.
Meals will bo furnished nt nil hours, nnd
guests will receive polito nnd constant at
tention. Harry is determined to make his
rcstaurunt a success nnd a popular resort
for the leisure hour. lw
IlLlaOII ClSTaiL lUlLEOiD Cobmnt, )
AuixT'a Orritt, I
Citno, 111., September IS, If; I.
To persons wishing to attend tho Illin
ois State fuir, to bo held atDu Quoin, from
September 26tli to "jtptcrnber 30tb, we
will sell excursion tickets at $3.0 from
Cniro to Du Quoin and return.
Sale of tickets will commence Septem
ber 21th nnd discontinue after departure
ot train on the morning of September 20th.
Tlckots will bo good until October 3d.
On nnd after September 18th tickets will
be on snlo to parties going with stock or
articles for exhibition, but to nono others.
On nnd after tho 20th a spccinl train
will bo run during the continuance of tho
fuir, ns follows :
Lcnvo Cairo at 5:25 n.m. Arrivo at Du-
Quoin nt 9-15 n.m.
Leave DuQuoin nt 5:30 p,m. Arrive nt
Cairo ut 9:30 p.m.
dlw James Johnson, Agent.
Notice. Dr. J. Whito has tho advan
tages nnd extensive practice which largo
cities North nnd South afford, nearly 45
years, which warrant him in promising n
cure, often, of even thoso long despaired
of. His practico has been nttended with
a success equalled by few physicians, nnd
no specialists in tho United States, in tho
euro of Rheumatics, Colds. Cougbs, Bron
chilis, Lnrynchytis, Asthma nnd disenses
of tho Throat, Lungs, Heart, Livor, Spine,
Stomach, Bowels, Costivcnos?, Dyspepsia,
Scrofula. Kinc's Evil, White Swelling, ull
Sores, Ulcers, Abscesses, Cancers, Piles,
Fistula. In all their , most aggravated,
stages, Morcurial nnd Hoicditury taint,
nil radical impurities of tho blood, Jaun
dice, Discaso of tho Eye?, Brnin, Goitre
fBitr Neck) Diseases of tho Kidneys
Gravel, Diabctls, Dropsicnl Diseases, nil
Fcmulo Ailments, Wcnkncss, Wnitingnnd
Nervous Affections, Sick Headache, Iter
voin und Sun Headache, Doprnsslon of
Snir its. Hypochondria, llystorlcs, 1-itsor
Spasms, oto. No suffer need fear for one
moment that Dr. White will glvo unduo
nncoiirnpnmont of euro for money I 1U3
remedies nro known for their extrnordi
nary virtues, In nil tho Stntes bordering
on tho Ohio nnd Mississippi rivers, from
Pittsburc to New Orleans. His lottors nnd
tcstimonlnls, froe to nil, had from citizens
nnd ofllcluls of tho highest chnrnctor in
thoso States, will satisfy nny sutrcrors,or
their friends. Dr. J. White, moy bo con
suited nt tho Commercial Hotol, for a few
The New Wilson. Smith & Blink
moyer, corner Commercial avenue and
Hiulith stroet, nrn selling tho isow Wilson
Under-Feed Shuttln Sewing Mnchlno, tho
best und cheopost muchlno in tho world.
It is sold $20 choapor than nny other ma
chlno. Somo of tho many advantages
claimed for it aro ns follows :
1st. It Is as durnblo, well finished, nnd
costs as much to manufacture ns other
First-class Machines : but sells for somo
2d. For hemming nnd felling it is un
3d. That It Is the simplest snuuio ma
4th. It has less wearing parts.
6th. It has no grooved cams, bull joints,
compound cranks, or cog wheels.
Cth It is adapted to a larger range of
work, without chango, thn nny othor ma
PuiLLir IUudll is planter of his trade
nnd warrants all of his work to bo of tho
very test mnterlal and manufacture ; guar
untees a complete fit and entire nntislac
tion, Is not confined to niiy'pnrticulnr style,
but makes every variuty of boots und shoes
from tho heaviest cowhldo to tho finest
Fronch culf und morocco. Ho also keep
a largo atock on hand, nf Ai'soicji manufaC'
ture, und any ono desirous of purchasing
good ctibtom work cheap should call on
htm at his shop on Eighth St., sour.h Bide,
near corner oi uiiio lovoe, .'ilro. on
BoAitDiNc houses uso Glllcl's. agl.1
Jorgensen has n great run for Capl.
uriuuini piCKIOS. It
Gn,r,ETa wnshlng crystnl makes wash
Shrlvo's cclobmlod U o'clcck lunch
Lersni jorgoniona. tf
Beautiful biscuit, fnii.... ........ ......
Wei.', regulated futnlllca m, oillct's
Everybody goes to Jorcensen's r.imiu
gorcory for tho Hulford Lolchestershlra
Money refunded if Olllet's L'oods don't
leaso. n, .in. -,).
Those French Cherrie.. In
popular with connolseur. are sold br Jor.
Goto Jorgenscn's for Imported Dun
dee oranno marmnUilM u.
London crystal vlnerir. In n,..ri. .j
choico Genoese figs. jf
Mr. Hurcor hns returns! tmm v.
York with u stock of drv
comploto over boforo brought to Cairo.
ii.ero is nothing in tho dry goods lino
which ho has not got, and, ns for prices, ho
competition, nnu protests his ability
' sell for less monoy better goods than
ian any other morclinnt In the city.
Tho most popular shoe shop In town
on 20th street opposite th rniirt Indian
lotel, whoro Wm. Ehl
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
cd to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, nnd which ho guanralecs to give
entire (ntlsfoction. Call on him and you
will know how It Is yourself. j yCtf
Mr. F. Rose hns removed his tailoring
tablishmcnt to his new atom oi v., 1m
Commercial nvenue. He keens on hand a
iplcndld assortment of piece goods which
o will make up for his customers In a
manner warranted to suit. Ho emnlova
only the best workmen, nnd cives his
personal attention to tho business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Call und seo him. auu31m
Tho Chicago Beer Saloon. Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 2(5 and 23 Eighth
sticet, is n luvorite place of resort with nil
lovers or tvelss' Jlecr, Liquors of cvory
lescriptlon, and n'l kinds of foreign nnd
homo Wines. No ordinary Honors are
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
tho very best, nnd guests find In attend-
nnco polite and accomodating waiters. A
ireo mncn is spreau ivcry dnv at 10
o'clock a.m. n"ual7tf.
Miss Ellen D. Earncs. formerly of
Kalamazoo, having taken up her residence
n Lalro, Informs the public that sho Is do-
irous of giving instruction in vocal and
nstrumcntal music and In French. Miss
Fames comes among us with excellent rc-
otommcndatlons. During tho Into session of
the Isortli western Academy of .Music, she
whs ntnong tho most proficient in piano,
fotto practico and vocal Instruction, nnd
the conductors of tho academy unlto in
their testimony to her thorough knowl-
odgo of music nnd her capability to teach
the samo. Miss humcs resides in thohouse
formerly occupied bv Mr.O. H. Olm.toiiil-
where sho will bo hnppy to receive pupils
and give iiuy informntior. if required in re
gard to terms. tf.
Wanted A good cook, or n woman to
do general house work. Er.quiro nt the Si
Nicholas Hotel, Commercial avenue.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
Estray Notice $10 Reward. Stray
cd from the subscriber, on tho 31st of July
last, a largo roan cow. Sho would weigh
about 1,100 pounds at the tlmo sho was
missed. Thcro nro no special marks about
ber except that her bag is unusually long
I will pay ten dollars reward to uny on
dollvcrinc the above described cow nt m.
shop on tho corner of Nineteenth nnd
Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
soplCtf Jaue- Kynaston
New Meat Market. Nick Willinms
will open his new meat market this morn
ing ut the corner of Poplar and Twentieth
streets, whero ho will keen constantly on
Jiand nil kinds of meal nnd tho very best
in tho mnrkot. Ho will not permit nn
butcher in tho cltv to excel him. Nic
knows his business, nnd earnestly Invites
the public to givo him n call nt his new
Notice. Tho fall session of tho Altx
nndcr county teachers' institution will bo
held in tho school house, on Thirtccntl
street, in tho city of Cairo, on the 3d, 4 tl.
and Mb days of October next.
Dr. Robert Allyn will be present during
tho first day, and will doliver nn interest
ing lecture In tho evening.
It is hoped no teacher in Alcxandc
county will bo nbscnt.
All school officers of this county nnd
teachers in neighboring counties nro cor
dinlly invited to nttond.
John U. White, County Supt.
Sept. 23, 1871.
Notice. Chris. Anthes has opened hi
new meat murkot in Paul Schuh's old drug
store, two doors below tho post office
on Commercial nvonuo, and Invitos all his
acquaintances ton 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 stylo, and his
customers served with neatness and dis
patch. The proprietor, Mr, Anthes, him
self attends to the shop, and his custom
ers may nl ways feel nssured of fair nnd
honorable treatment, full xceight, and tho
right change back, whether thoy send their
children, or servants cr attend market
Tho family grocery storo of Blxby &
Koehlor Is being patronized largely by peo
ple who like flue grocories. Tholr location'
on tho north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Commoiehil and AVnshlngton uv
nnues, is a central one, nnd their stock has
boon selected with discrimination, thore
f iro this new enndiduto for public patron
ngo moots exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. Mossrs. Koohler & Blxby propose to
koop up their reputation by ul ways soiling
the best of ull sorts of groceries to their
patrons and tho public, knowing that peo
ple gonornlly uro nwaro of tho fact that
really good artlclos of any kind nro al
ways tho Cheapest In tbo end. tf
ron sale or kxchanoe for t.
Property. 1 hnvo One Hundred
a... .... .
1 1 itcrcs oi urT-cjn'3 uninip
nnu in .Johnson county, which 1 wll
nn rnnm.inlitn ... ......, fi.
.... . , ".uiiiiuiu tuilllfl, Ul IJAUIIIllln "
city property, i; n. ro
u l m
' rt O t T fv',T-iTi. t
........ ....,.... mii, nun uvt
iv. too cuiounucu u. m. .Muitiiv'a I
brand of fresh oysters, which nro
ill.ul nnd fur aiiIm liv IK,, nut, .it. n.
n ,r....t .n-lt. Itllllltl, fiir.fi . .!...
nys wurninled good und fresh.
! '.. tir
. "i iii.il
Ml.rri.fvrt Itrinua vrm lfvuw
well ventilated sleeping rooms in Cil
nnl Bank building. Applv to
At City National Bs
Just Urrnvrr, w nr mi..
Icnth street botweon CommerI.l a
ana Poplar street, has Just received a
oro i,wo uoors and 1,000 window
Marriaok Guide IntorMiinrF
numerous cngravfnirs. 221 natres.
ft( nnnt Arl.la.... IU n.....i tn .
I'l rVnrlh KIl.H, c.
Mo. fcJco AdvcrUMmfnt.
"VV 1 UTttll Al tl. f-1a
hundred weekly boardors. Flvo
each Uay, prico to nor week.
nugH WM. WINT
Houisk Wanted. A cottnio liomn
four to six rooms, wanted to rent.
nf M. ...It.. 1. 1. tit.. . .
For Rent. Fivo rooms over ih
orvt i n 1 1 A.mI... 1 f m
w-t. T -..1. IV. t . .
iinnu u irusii iippiv oi nuuuio iioc
"A good man lcnvcth nn Inhoritn
Iniuro your life in tho " Lift Ai
linn r A II
Go to Dr. McGaulcv for Ratttnirer
ver Drops, w arranted to cure the
Paul G. Schuh sells Ratllnger's
Eight or Ten Good Boarders
At tho house known as tho Cour
Five Dollars per week.
!"OOKS. MmthlelA. lirieln. calalotrn...
41TA tirinflnff PAnlriu.tfS. frir-. .nil tirnm.l
mm uitiirr-, i.x im. an'l rjrrr Taneiv OI
epee.fily execuled, In thr Ilullet'n book
ana new.paper 13'iiiiff AiADiianment.
tjturo and apo tjirarue
J. II. ItAV, Jlnatrr,
III irm iiiu inr i,nii- si (Hi'iriu s'lfii
tiiiiimT iiidi nuiLr ut inr pattiu iiuiir. riir i
Will. IlHulomii v iiMiiiImiiI. lo.r
I . il....r ..tetel.i... III..I.II.I.t.v Pllllfeh
ii nirr i. i. in inrii
plircyV IIiiiik-ii.IIiIc S.rrllic
Tuoiil.-olclll. Cuinnoicd ol the must
ble nihil him unlent Liiralliei. ther MM
ani-rry. uieami viiaiu. io ineeniiie man.
luve cured thoua.nda of c. Price.
Iiackiiietof liteloie and a larce I- Till,
it very important iu nballnate or old ram,
liertuiKl on koM by all ilru'nl., and
t..y, K. V. P. fcOHL'H,
nugKwi oirawiy Ageni. t;airo. ill
J. GEO. STEIN1IOUSE,
I ASI I ION A HIjI' A K
xiaTCIean Towels and
liooed, either at the shop or at their own ho
AM-rinnllorrmn'r uViI.Lmp. mr,t hnl- ,lv,l
l-.'eniiuc innniirr. eniismctiou Kuaranieeu.
IIOOTN AMI NIIOES.
11UUT AXU S1IOK MAKK
Hooli nnd Hhoes Made to Order.
Kino Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
sole iGxxoT roa
ROOTS AND SHOE
om.Mprrliil Avenue, frnrner or 1.1ft
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL
DERS FOR HOOI'KKIRTS AND SHOES.
JIUI JHK .IMIVl'ill AiVII 1(1 I I 1,11
Is prepared to do all kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISI
REPAIRINO OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
ON tUH MOST aSMONASK IISMS.
OUnr.lt.S left nt tho reHience n Mr, Knnnei
on CenlMr atreol, next door o the nuw acln
house, or .vldroaed to the care of 1 O. Vox
forthe liiilleiin oilier, will recena prompt an