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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1871.
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IlegKlcr " " -..o.m. fi:00p.m,
.Moury OrJrr and ltcn.tcr (iijwr(mcnta no
oprnon Hundt). , -, v '
. ilEIUOWST HASH.,
... r't.d "until
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IManufseturtd out of the Cold
Mnufiwlued outnf the '-' U Sorp ol
1 . nir table. 1
...-.aIL ttMl'.m- frVS A,5j? Tlio Knntbrrmllbnolt Conference Pto-
poie to establish In C'nlro a fctnnlc college.
According to Priding Elder Pierce,
Brother Boborts is n " peeping prophet.'
Tho anniversary of tbo tract soci
Cti4i Jht '"tf1'1 'trctl-''1 a largo crowd.
Thu speech were welt, good.
Dr. t'r,ry and Dr. Allyn nro men
tinned a poslblo Mothodist bishops.
Thnv would. do credit .to the episcopacy,
bting Mlf A'on of learning; OhrlaUan In
tegrity and untiring zcnl. "You'll bo u
bishop yfct, Josoph." . t
Brother Turney, tllbyolMiful genius
nnd tirodigv. lias been continued on trial.
.Quo of ttaprosidUg Welders .says ht can
putlilmo'ySiW'Uib, :cnq-,r,esill,t ot.tnc
votuwas applauded 'by stnmplngrjioet
and clapbtngof-rmnds. .' "
0. J. Barret formerly ".'cwiilurtof
on the omlerground ratlroAd, nowiigont
Slate Friedman'! Aid Sacletyi'wns Intro
duce M tho .conforonee yesterday inorn
IngT He' is art' orhiablo " looking m'iri, riria
Very goo looking.
Tho printer mwleui My.iUratty
that "Father Von Ttetij ih trrsjAcltK
cr of the Conference,' whence ihrald'lTaro
used tbo iiamo of the venerable Van Clove,
who' V one of tap father irsrSol, f
good-henrted and. 'Wf-h"ertcdnd roost
clever Christian gentleman.
Tho Sun holds up Brother. Clifford ns
tho heavy fighting wolgb't of the confer
ence and Invites us to knocK tno cnip ou
hit ahbnfdcr. "Vo don't know this roan of
vr, and feel inclined to ciclalm with
"Jullu," vt Sheriilan Knowlcs' play of tho
" Hunchback," "Clifford, why don't you
'Tho 'confcrcnco has ippolntcd n Sun-
dny.schobl meeting at tbo l'resbytorlan
cliurcb this afternoon, beginning precisely
at 2 o'clock. All tho Sunday schools in
tho city nroirjltedj.Qood speakers; JiavV
been secured. Mr. Reed, superintendent,
maso.ns. . ,
No. ix Stated Ascemtii;
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R III Aiylnni ioni 1 i'uii, 1111.1MIU iiiiiu
urJTilnr.vli moalli. ' f , .
CAlaoCoi'MiL. No.!!, cgiilur Cont oonlloikt
tani Htll.lhe fpcon'l t'rlday In cacti month.
Cno CmrB, No. Tl-tsUlKr WnV'oBtim)
t Mwouio Hail, on tha third' rumdy,of jetery
""cairo looot1. Jin'. 537 F". 4,.t n'6nfar, Com.
munlcationi rtt lUsonio Hall, the atcond and
fourth lonil ol each month.
tiriT Uncr. No.&CS K. l A. II. Iltcula Cora
muuieatioDB 'at' Mn'olilc Hull ntJt and third
Tharadayi In each inontli4
AttiiSBiR Imoor. 2lt. Metis In OJdFllow'a
Hll. m Art r' lluii Iidc. over Thurfijajr ,ten
Ins, at 8 o'clo -It
I'libllslied every iiuiriilnic, JlonUny e-ceptetl.
Meat of Loocnl
i ' x
Kcadlns matter on every jwgc,
P.ul G. Schuh .tells ltattingcr's mcdl
cines. tf '
Ualley is moving into tlio lKto council
chamber. h. " i ' '
Enoch Morgan's Son's Sapolio at Blx
by and Kouhlor'g.
Shrivo's eelcbrated.il'. o'clock lunch
oycatcri at Jorgenscn s. , tf
Wood and co:tl for fall and winter ujc
are already in great demund.
Mr. Howlund, the coctractor of the
Cairo aud St. Louis railroad, Is In the city.
"What is Wiener "SVuerste ? Ask Lou
is Herbert. He will fcorvc he.shc or it in his
frjc lunch to-day at 10 o'clock.
.V band of Gypsies nro eniamped
north of the city, and Inyo In possession a
largo number of fine horses.
We neglected to notico the Toturn to
tho city of Wm. B. Gilbert Efq. He
buks as happy ns a big sunflower
ho attendance of all tho children
of the Mission Sunday school.
Presiding t Elder Grant is doing what
tho conference men call "n good work1 in
A can of.powdcr exploded ia.the.baie- l.tmcki b,000 miles
tho Cairo district of tho Southern Illinois
Conference. Every chargo irf-tHo'dlstrlct
has built 'or is building or paying debts on
a house of worship. Tho Increase In the
value of church property during the past
year was $18,000. Thtro have bcon 700
accessloni, and 142 more are opr(atlon,
'making a fetal increase imtwelvo months
of 842. Th'cro has'becn an incroase in all
tho bonevlotentcollcctions, and 'tho ealaries
of tho pkstors havb been more promptly
I paid' than "ever before. During tho year
mother urant,proaciicu nv sermons anu
nf tho Southern Illinois Confcrcnco of the
Methodist Eplseop il Church.
tttuAud, Tht the thanks of this confer
ence bo tendered K the p-l..r nd breth
ren of tho Presbyterian church for the r
Ciiurtejv in extending to tno u-o of their
huiiff In wluch to ho"! our e6lons.
J!tr.;lvrJ, TJnit cup.es .uf th.ife roolu
l..iis to furnished to tho Cairo city paper.
lor ni.bllcHlon, Mini lliut tno wliole pro
mII irs bo published in thu Central
Christian Adt'jcn e.
Jtesolvtd, Thnt our tlmtikt are duo tho
portt and publishers ol' tno .-ity p i
ptr? for thtir courted In uiriK thulr cvl
umus tc publish bur proceedings.
liesohtd, That tho various railroad and
cickrhboat compariio, who' 'have reduced
their faro for tho benoQt of tho delegates
to the Southern Illinois Conference, de
serve and re'ecivS'tfuf thanks.-1-
' SEMHtELlGIOUS HASH.
To.'U'jEnlen with Care, b, both Sinner and
TS-TholBov.Jdr. Coan is auscni irom mo
.'cftyJott.W visit tOvPeojlajfrom whooce ho.
jhas receded a HaKeringcall."
ThoiBcv. Mr. Friend, of tho Chris
tian church, will proach this morning and
ovpolng.j Ho will, no doubt, Are ft shot at
Tho! circulation if ''The ' B'vtvtriv
has becu'n to rnpidly increase. Its devo
tion to gUt-cdgcd piofy lias attracted uni
yHn tjie conference yestorday, Brother
folio said he lived'nra't6wii in which She'
cfoctors foted for whisky and thcdevil,and
In which, abldc3 a Catnpbellito minister
witlunoro animal than brains Jn him.
Move, llrother Tolle, move. Como to
Cairo. I)q; r '
'" Bro6ier Tollo went off like a flash of
powder yesterday, and in open conference
resented lour intimation that bo is not the
mbt't comely of minister.'. Ho was, evi
dently, angry,-, Having cglected to rc-,
member what has been said nbeut Httto
hands being notimade to scratch out each
other's eyes out, 'ho hinted n design to get
batlve siul, we havo mothlng against hlra,
'and, rather than bo the causo of nngor In his
gentle breast .will swear that ho Is as beau
tiful as an' archangel and almost as good
looking as Davis of tho Sun. "Vo believed
Brother Tollo was one of the best of men,
rTdlS.tho belief that a little folly now nnd
'lUolTlTrelishcd y the best of men, shot at
his face a littlo squib. And we are, there
fore, to bp crushed by his anger I AVo are
in despair, and atlhe" cjirlioitpossible mo
taeui'shall send around to our irato brother
a thousand apologies in a market basket.
The Sun eriouily regrots " A Catho
lic's" attack upon Mr. Hughoy, the eler
leal fighter. Considering the fact that the
funis the orean of Father O'Halloran. tbo
Catholic priest, who is in nis cnurcn about
what Hughoy is'in his, wo ftro astonished.
The-Sun jihould not go back tn its bread
BEPOHT OF THE FOUBTH DAY'S
ment of the St. Nicholas hotccsjerday
evening, out mcKiiy mjuroa no penou.
Tlmre wiirbe a-inec'tlng of tl& Ladles'
Benevolent Society, on Monday cvonlng,
ft1, the residence of Mrs. B. F. Clark, cor
ner of Kinotoonth and Poplar street.
Tho Eiehhoff Bro. aro'tloing a tliriv'-1
lug business. They are now manufactur
ing tnattrescs and soiling them at 'amaz
ingly low price.
Tno mot p'qmlur time shop in town
is on 20th Elreet u)o-ito thecourt homo
hotel, whero Wm. Killers 'mnnifeturw'
boot? and shoes for hiK-.uttouiers, .warrant'
cd to be of tho best Frcne.h calf, kip or
entire satisfaction. CilI on him and you
will know how it ii yotirieif.' jrCtf
Dr. Hobcrt, AllVn,.- presjdeiiJ.Mof v JUe-,
Keiidree college, will dc!lTe'r'n,lecturro't'1
the Methodist Church, on Tuesday even
ing next, at 7:30 o'clock.,- Subject u Rela
tion of Edifcatibn to IndustrialjPursuIts."'
Hon. W. U. Green will lecture on Thurs
day evening next, at tho sanio hour "and
place. Subject: 1'Tho Puhlio Schools;
their Purpose and their Defects."
Mr. F. Bose has removed hit tailoring
vsUblishmcnt to.lils new store, at No. 104
Commercial nvnio) 'lie keeps oh hand a
splendid assortment of piece gouds which
he will make up for his euttomer in u
manner warranted to .suit, lie employs
only the best workmen, and gives his
pergonal attention to" the ''business. 'Per
l'eit fin guaranteed. Prices reasonable,
ChIIhikI see liiin. uugSlm
-Capt. Jones, of the firm of Winslow iV
iUon, is in tho city. This Arm 1ms ob
.incd tho contract for com-trueting tho
TCairjand Vinccniies railroad, nnd June
already put a largo number of laborers on
the line. About thirty men wont to work
jetierday between Cairo and Mound City.
This looks like butinot, nnd wo are more
hopeful tlmn we have been for runny along
d.iy. Will there bo a flip betwixt tills
cup and our lipl
The Chicago Beer Saloon, "Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Not, 20 and 28 Eichth
eticet, is u favorite place of retort with all
lovers of Weiss' Beer, Liquors of every
detenption, and uM kinds ol foreign and
homo Wines. Ho ordinary liquors are
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
thu very best, and guests find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters. A
irco lunch It spread overy diy at 10
o'ciock a.m. auaX7tf.
11 pi ' . . c
vr oaup nas openca a bran now ovs
terisloon, 102 Commercial avenue, whero
"wwuiKeep on hand constantly fresh
"juers.ineiargetutidmoit delicious in
tho city.wbich ho will soil tho by cuso, cam
or uou. The saloon ha, been fitted up
with iwk . .
ww viiive(j, view Ol Ut
n.nll.imi.i. .....I t . .
PresiUing Elder Englisb,-f tho Du
QuyTiL district, lives among' muan people.
nc favs they aro stingv, but ho, has, hopes
for their children. Whllo it is true the
children vet sing : ,
" We nro trarillos home to God
I ine yrnj our iAtnur iroa.
ho believes they will learn to drop tbo last
lino and travel in a more '' giving" path.
Dating tho Ust year, ho had hcard'bf but
one donation to hu church, nnd it
amounted to $20 A'ftsr, hu had Ji.ad. ,ita
week or two, he got a letter asking him
.... . . ... 'jj'li .lit ..I''!-. i. 5
wuy too uei oi too uouaiion mm nut uecn
'published in Dr. Crary's paper. Crfcdit for
liberality wus attJrdingly.givcn to tho do
, n !.ll,..l r
when lio drew" Ms salary, tllcT'anipiint do
nated whs carefully deducted I . -'ti-Thd'following
is a Ii.t.oftije Mctfio
diet Epissopal l'retiding Elders of the
Southern Illinois Confcrcnco: . .
,W"..JI. Corrington, Lebanon district
J. S. Morrison, Alton' district Ship-
in un ;
'II. Sjurs, Vandallu li strict Ellingham:
Joy, Oluoy district r-Bridge port .
lll-H. Mussey, Mt. Carinol district
Osrtni'- "4 '
:BJ B.Pierce, Mt Vernon dlbt'rict Mt.
Vernon ; .
L. B. English, Du Quoin dUtriet
W. J. Grant, Cairo district Cairo;
' 1 Brother Joy is tho cider and Brother
Grunt the younger elder, Brother Scars is
thu most popular and Brothor Jcy the
better preacher; Brothers Corrington and
Soars aro graduates of MuKondroo col logo,
and tho other elders aro . self-educated'
In tho conference, Brother Piorco's stale-
mciits uro tlio inott biuinesjilikc, BroUeri
Grunt's tha most glibly made; Brother
m ii... . i i'Ji.1. i ill ii
j'.ngiisu mu nioiv iiuiiiorous, nnu iirotlicr
Jcar's the most wordy; j'l'ijko tho. elders-
all in all they aro an exceedingly clover
Dody of men kind heartod, sociable and
... . i . ..'ii1. -4 'r i" '.. . "
nov inucu yrejuuiccu ngiunsi auy.oouy or
any thing except tiio.ut(hollc .churcli and
ucmocraiic party, anu tiicso are "pipen
Before thu adjournment of the Electo
ral Coufcreneo of Laymen .the: following
resolution were adopted:
Itesoheil, That we concratulato tho
church upon the peaceful and happy in
nugurntioii. of lay delegation, and wo as
sume its dunes nnu responsibilities with the
full determination to consorvo and not to
destroy the time-honored customs of, tho
church. ' . i ,' i
Jitiolud, That all the educational, mor
al nnd philanthropic enterprises of th
church fchonld nnd docnlitt oiir sympathy,
and wo tilediro them our earnest sunnnrt
with our jirayers, our time, our labor and
uyrrni portion oi tno suustaneo wlic
an4butter. We think A. Catholic's " at
tack-not jll-tlmcd. Wo deny to no man
vne.iigiu io..sj;um uni religion wuu tuc
weapons of reason, and, believe no religion
that shrinks from such assault should or
can' endure; but Mr. Hughey goes beyond
this, and assaults the mcmbcrihip of the
Catholio' church, asserting that no Catholic
can be a good citizen of the republic. This
is untrue. Floods of Catholio blood have
teen shed, for this government, and every
buttlcfiohl of the lute war was marked by
.thg.yalgrqut deeds of men who worshipped
at Catholic altars. Catholic Ireland is,
whatever the Hughoys may say, as devoted
to politics! liberty as any nation in tho
world; arid, in America, it was' Catholic
fnrvl"d,thnt l. tin example of roHjious
AT THE DELMO.vicO.
The following were tho arrivals at tho
Dclmonico hotel, Wm. Wlntor, proprie
tor, for tho twenty-four hours-ending at
twelvo o'clock p.m., September 30th, 1871;
Iko J. Barrett, Jacksonville, Ills.; Mits
Anna Jones, Carbondnlc, Ills.; G. W.
Short, Kazlowood, '-Ills'.;' Itufus Miller,
lluzlewpol, Ills. ; Ed. Wilbarn, Fnirvicw
Lead Minf-s, Ills.; Frank Scott, I. C. It.,
Chicago, Ills.; B. Hf XihmV, Mftyllold,
Ky., 11. L. Anderson, Mayflold, Kv.; W.
's.'Sly, Knnc,;Jls,j,A, tJl. AshloyIndi
anapolis, Ind.; XT J.Pagc, Imllanapojh,
Ind. ; Mrs. Connor and child, Metropolis,
Ills'. : Oiwold. IrviiiL', Milwaukee. Wis.:
P. A. Tdwers, J.ouisville,wJvy.; J. W.
Powers, Carbondale, Ills.; J. W. White,
Paducah, Ky.; L. M. Kcnnett, Mnnipjils
Tcnn. "Samuel Wilsonj Memphis, Tenh::
Daniel Hnrtmap.ew, York City.; D. F.
Fryson, Cnve-in-thc-Bock, Ills, j J. P. B.
'R'enfro, Eli.abethtown.'lils'.'; 'James 'Mc-
Cur,tnoyj arid wifo, ,vick'iburg,"3Iii's.: 'M1'8.
M. A. Burroll, Vicksburg.'Miss'.'i'I.Ohirk,
AT THK hT. CHAltLKS.
JC.Orr, Mayfield,1ljh; -W, Turner,
Chlcugoj' M". Fhlfey, Missouri; Wm.
Engleton, 'Chicago; Strange Iirooks,saino
O. W. Axlcy, Dongola; Spencer Axloy,
samo; L. A. Walker, samo: D. F. Vail.
Chicago; B. A. Iiullen, Kodney, Mis
sisslppi ; C. B. Bobortson, Louisville, Ky.;
u. j, iioore, Cincinnati, O.; B. Cann,
samo; Ben. F. Hcrr and fnmlly, Living
ston, Ala.; W. II. Stemson, Fort Dodge,
Iowa; A. D. Piorco and wife, Golconda.
III.; J. Guyre, St. Charles. Mo.: C. 11
a uyrrai portion oi tno suustaneo where
with UoU iiuth plesscd us.
Resolved. Thnf. In tho rinlnlnn .n't.1. 1..,.
they may enjoy a ineul of tbeio conference, in fllllne tho board of blahnna
bivalves quietly, without bulni. dUt..r..i ul tl10 "cxt KG""1 conference, duo resard
commotiplaco restaurant oy, ot roc ttT' it lhdJ l,e0""1 PvUiqn
, uJw.r room. 1 may in, over all parts of their work, and
tf. ''rUKtlifcm moro closely in contact with
Jt'aT Btceivri). W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial uvenue
anu Poplar street, bat ji.st revived anl in
tore 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
The bct uied.elfie for'cliills arid fever
is Dr. Biittlnyer'b fever dropi; The host
medlolno for biliousness, io.tlver.est nnd
Impurity t'f the )i ol it Dr. Battlnger's
vegotablo Llvpr l'ilU.
BoahmkoIipujcsub; Xilikt't. aglj"
the whole clmeh
Mrf,That to Bo v. Brothe'fTlfo.Yi-
Vi. r v.,3,t':,ll h, aro uuo our tin
ffittJ"1' Sclent labor a!r?d
M vuurL hi tftfiiri. f..,l l..
iiomtB in wJiUb each member of this Lodv
has reouved overV nA.iVi......."I.-U'.l9.0,',y
,. im.i tl.-. ..r, 'i...i,'"r iten
tlon..in.ltl,. .IT,.' , 1111
life and u lm. exchange lor vUrZ m
jxeioiveu.i 4.IIUI wo uu lierebv rf.ii,... . ...
tlneero tHuhks to the citizens of Carlo lor
th (Jr. kind Care and attention in
dating us with bomfbnublo homes during
our stay, and for tho Christian lovo and
.courtesy with which wo havo been treated
during our session hi lay represantativcA
Howlund, St. Louis; Goo. Barrle, Phila
delphia; Henry Boono and lady,Mlssouri;
aiax liassior, bt. J.ouis; U. Halo, Baton
Kougc,Ln.j Mies Sulllo Liggett, Miss Lig
gott, Mrs. J. Liggett, came; O. E. Hale,
New Orleans; Mrs. Mitchell and chllJ,
Chicago; Mrs, Whorton.and family, Ba
ton 'Hotigo, La.; Dr. Jones, St. Louis ; H.
L. Bartlcs, Louis.
Conference met ue;orJlni( to adjourn
ir.nt. Devotional exeroi.'i wero con
ducted by Brother J. P D ivls.
The minute, of fnd.iy were read nnd
Tac tn.njfer of Bev. Slrango Brooks from
the Iowa Confuroiice to this confer
ence was announced by tho blthbp and his
name placed on tho roll.
On motion of Dr. Allyn, Brothor E. A
Uoyt was elected assistant secretary, to
take chargo oi the railroad passes.
Tho eleventh question was taken up
Who aro the effectl vo olders 7 Tho char
acter of several of tho brethren was passed,
r reidmek's aid societt.
Bev. G. I. Barrett, of the Illinois Con
ference and egent of the of the F. A. S., was
introduced to the conference.
Brothur C. Ivllouts presented tho fol
lowing resolution, which was adopted :
Rttolvtd, That wo will cordially recolvo
Brother Barrett 6s agent for the h recmen's
Aid Society, and co-oporate with him In
Beports from this collogo wero present
ed by Brother Corrington nnd rcforrcd to
tho commlttco on oducation. Brother
Soars presented a report of monies re
ceived for McKcndreo college, which was
referred without. reading to tho educational
Tho stewards' report was read nnd
was on motion recommitted.
Tho question of deacon's ordors was
taken up. J. H. Morrison presented tho
recommendation of Alexander Kcown,
from Grocn County Quartorly
Conference for election to deacon's order.
Committee reported and lie was elected.
E, Joy presented tho recommendation
of Edmund Boot from Olnoy Station.
Quarterly Confcrcnco for election of dea
con's orders. Committee reported
and " ho was elected. Also
Martin D. Gillctt, Francis M. Graves and
Goorgo B. lloberts wero presented mid
Conference adjourned to 3 p. ra.
Conference convened at the appointed
After tho reading of tho minutes by
Brother Brooks, singing a hymn by the
congregation, and prayer by Bevercnd Mr,
Brooks, a motion was mado and seconded
that the confcrcnco should take a recess of
half an hour, in which to talk over the wo
Mrs. Allyn, wifo of Dr. Allyn, of Lc
banon, Ills., then read some statistics, after
a few preliminary remarks, in which the
speaker expressed herself as feeling much
embarrassed at speaking beforo such an
audience, sho rend a report of Tho Wo
man's Society for missionary work in tho
church. During the last year about $--,-
000 had been raised. She could not say-
how many missionaries wero in ttie field,
but there wero two in India and two in
China. Dr. Allyn spoke at some length
on tho endowment of scholars in the col
leges and semminaries. Alexander Keown
ol' Green county, would bo on of one bun
dred to pledge $10,000 dollars to endow a
sciil.jI for thn education nf lu.link fur mis
Brother Davis said he thought croquet
playing wus cutircly to popular to organ
ize n society for female missionary work.
ouu.u -..iiutions for tho organization of
Female Foreign Missionary Svcictic. wr.
read und adopted.
A motion was mudo to resumo confer
ence business. Curried.
The minutes of tho morning's proceed
ings wero rend and approved,
THE STEWARDS' RZrOKT
was then read. After considerable discus
sion, on motion to amend that part of tho
report giving $50 dollars to Bro. Turney,
tho supcranuated clergyman, it was at
last decided to divide suid $o0 between
Bro. Bobbins and Si.ter Spencer's child
ren, leaving tho poor buperutinutod broth
er Turner out in tho cold. Homo of the
brothers objected to tho amendment, urg
ing the fact upon the conference that after
a man had labored so many years for
Christ's Kingdom they thought ho should
be taken caru of by his brcthcrn in the
church. Alas I for human nature, thu
uigust body could nut look at it in thut
After much moro discussion on tho same
subject, considerable excitement prevail
ing, Dr...Al!yn requested the privilego of
reading a report from tlio hiyiiiuu commit.
tee of tho church.
jkekdmjn'h aid kociett.
The report on the Freedmon's Aid Soci
ety Was then read nnd adopted.
Tho report on church extension was
read and adopted, and the treasurer's re
port of tho samo society, witli collections
of nionoys, was read.
Tho treasurer's report on the Ministerial
Aid Sooiety was read by Brother Harris.
Beports "were received from all tho brcth-
ron, some flfty-four, a little less limn one-
half of tho conference.
Besolutlons wero road ns follows : That
moneys rccolvcd for ministerial aid should
bo used for tho education of young men
studying for tho ministry. Ton youni:
min wore now in McKondrco college, uud
only four provided lor. Unless something
was done, Brother Allyn would bo rcspon
tlblo for their education.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-DAY-
" AT THE M. E. CIlL'ltCH.
At half-pt 8 o'clock, 'ovc feast, led ly
Brother A. B. Nisblt ;
Av hulf-pii"t lo o'clock, preaching b,
Dr. .Mn hel, of Virginia Conference, tc
be follou J l,y oroin itl.m of deaconc.
U :i o'clock, p.i. ., pleaching by Ur.
AliVii, followed ty ordlimtion ol oideis;
At hulf-p.ist sev.u, preiielurg uy uro.
J. S. Ilh rett, of Illinois uonietniice.
AT TUK I'ltESllVTF.ltlA.V CUUllt'H. .
At half-mist 8 o'clock, a.m., lovo feast,
led by Brothor J. H. Hill;
At half past 10 o'clock, preaching by
At 2 o'clock, p.m.,unday school meet
ing. Speakers, Brothers M. S. Power,
J. B. Turner and J. AV. Phillips;
At half-past 7 o'clock, preaching by
Brother T. M. Uerdmau.
A Small Dish Cooked by Judge Bro.s 1 !
Maggie Fry let loose her tongue, and
oaths and cinses loudlv rung, until her
shrill volco was all was lost, and then sho
paid n fine nnd cost.
Tom Dugan, ho oifcnslvo was; oll'cn.
slvc, too, without good cause. Ho cussed
and sworu and ripped and tore; bellowed
like tho bull Bnshan, nnd whipped a small
good-natured man. Chief Meyers gobbled
Tom, nnd then tho gobblod Tom railed out
again. Ho sworo his character was good
assaults of all kinds had wltiutood ; but
cruel Bross he winked his eye, as if to say:
" I know you lie," nnd sent him to the city
jail, presided over by McIIale, where
ho will board for fourteen davs, unless ten
dollars fino he pays.
Martha Houston, loud-mouthed gal,
cussed nnd struck at sleepy Sal; nnd for
tho sport was asked to pay, and promised
that sho would Monday.
THE DRY GOODS TRADE,
Aiirestbd. A well-known citizen of
this'clty was a day, or two stnce,beforo one
of our city magistrates lor belnc drunk
and disorderly. 'Ho was finod the usual
amount $9 60. Aftor tho trial was ovor
ho might have been heard soliloquizing
thusly : "ow, this is tho second timo 1
jiaye been up before a mngistrata for tho
amo oflenso. I might havo known it
u tiiau gono to Albn's In tlio first plnco
anu got one or moso smooth, clean, dell-
clous shaves that Alba it known to glvo
to overy ono who patronizes him, thl
would not havo happened," Therefore,
reader, take warning and always go to
Aita'B barber shop, Commercial avenuo,
DQtween boventn nnd fctgutn streets, tf
A report on tracts was read, urging the
distribution ot tracts on railroad tru Ins
and other public places. Sovornl brothors
wanted to read various reports, but owing
to the lateness of tho hour, wore voted
Tho minutes of tho afternoon session
was then read by tbo secretary and np
proved. Tho rocoting closed with tho
Frebu Otsteus. I urn now receiving
dally, the celebrated C. S. Maltby's II, and
M. brand of fresh oysters, which are unri
valled, und for salo by the can or caso on
tho most roasonablo terms, try them, al
ways warranted good and fresh.
tr Wm. Winter.
THE MAMMOTH E8TA11LISHME.VT OK OOLD'
.TEIN AND llOSENWATEIt THE KAM,
TRADE THE MOST COMPLETE hTOCK OF
DRY QOUim, READY MADE CLOTH1NCI,
IIATB, CAl'S, ETC., IN CAIRO.
Wo yesterday paid a visit to tho mam
moth establishment of Messrs. Goldstein
fc Itosonwater, Commercial avenue, be'
tween Eighth and Ninth streets, nnd must
confess our surprise at scoing tho immense
stock to bo found in this house. This firm
havo long enjoyed tho reputation of being
among tho leading dry good merchants o
tho oitv, and ono who will take tho
pains to examlno their stock, will need no
other assurance of tho truth of this rc
In tho dry goods lino they aro roeclving
daily fresh additions to their already im
niense smck. In tho the lino or silks,
Irish poplins, velvets and velveteens, etc.,
they have n most choice and rclecl assort
ment. Of Irish poplins alone, they hav
upwards of two hundred and fifty puterne,
of silks their stock is enormous; of velve
and velvetincs It cannot bo urpatu
llibbons, gloves, ladles collars, und ull the
minor articles that go toward making u
tiled rets of u Udv, are to bo found hero
in abundance. Of their slock of rend
made clothirg there is no end, and the
prices nro so reasonable that they hiiV'
built up u largo and profitable trade In
this lino. In tho way of hats nnd caps
tbey Joins n oiir business.
I ho firm ,f nnldstuin i Itoscn
wuter aro now prepare'! w ah orders for
goods, cither at wholosalo or retail. The
wholcialo business with them is a now
foiiturc, and they aro confident of their
ability to compete with other markets in
tho samo trade. As the season hen peo
ple begin to prepuro for winter is now at
hand, wo advlFo our readers to cull upoc
Messrs. Goldstoin & Boienwator beforo
purchasing elsewhere. '
The New Wilson. Smith & Blink
meycr, corner Commercial avenuo and
Eighth street, aro selling the Now Wilson
Under-Feed Shuttle Stwing Machine, the
best and cheapest machine in tho world.
It is sold 520 cheaper than nny other ma
chine. Some of tlio many advantages
claimed for it nro as follows :
1st. It is as durable, well finished, and
costs as much to manufacture as other
First-class Machines; but sells for some
2d. For hemming and felling it is un
3d. That It Is the simplest shuttle ma
4th. It hna less wearing parts.
5tli. It lias no grooved cams, ball joints,
compound cranks, or cog wheels.
Gth It is adapted to n larger rango ot
work, without clinngo, than any other inu
Miss Ellen D. Fames, formerly of
Kalamuzoo, having taken up hor residonco
in Cairo, informs tho public Unit sho is do
slrous of giving instruction in vocal and
instrumental music and in Fronch. Miss
Eiimos comes among us with excellent re
commendations. During tho Into session of
tho Northwestern Academy of Music, sho
wus among tho most proficient In piano
forto prnctico and vocal instruction, nnd
the conductors of tho academy uiilto in
their testimony lo her thorough knowl
edge of music and hor capability to teach
tho sumo. Miss Fames resides in tliohouso
formerly occupied by Mr.G. II. Olnutoad
whero sho will bo huppy to rccoivo pupils
and glvo any information If required in ro
gard to tortus. tl.
Tho family grocory store of Blxby &
Koehler is boing patronized largely by pco
plo who like flno grocories. Tholr locntion
on tho north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial nnd Washington av
enucs, Is a contrnl nnc, and their stock has
bcon selected with discrimination, there
foro this now candidate for public patron
ago meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
pie. Messrs. Koohler & Bixby proposo to
keep up tholr reputation by always selling
tho best of all sorts cf groceries to thei
patrons and tho public, knowing that peo
plo generally aro awaru of tho fuct that
rcully good articles of any kind nro nl
ways tho cheapest in tlio ond, tf
For Sale. A coUueo on Pith stroet
containing 7 rooms, cittern and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. TUORKTOM
Simmer, Ja Fil, Jr., Paducah.
i- i-renei. St. Louis.
mh, St. LouU.
n. y .f (1" X"w 'Jrlcane.
Ill IMlI, C. Ill'llllUA "
John Lum-dcr., Kvinsvl'lu.
iiuoyviii , nock o.t. ,
Steamer, ,Tn. Fisk, Jr., Puducah.
" Utah, Memphis.
" City ol qulnry. St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus
" A. linker, Capo Girardeau.
" John Luni'den, Eviinsvlllc.
" Eddyvllie, Louisville.
lioro the Ohio is lowly falllnc at the
rate of one-half Inch per dav. Thero Is
nly ton Inches of wntor on Bacon rock.
The walor Is getting so shallow between
ero nnd Evontvillo thnt tbo unekott bnvn
1 . -
great deal of trouble before reaching Pa-
lucah, and consequently turn buck Irom
thero sometimes. At Loulsvlllo nnd Cln-
innati the decline is gradual, with dls-
couroglng prospects of rain soon. At St-
Louis the river is fulling, with four and a
half feet In tho channel. Tho Mississippi
is lulling nil tho way from Dubuque to
The lauding protcntod nearly ns dull an
appearance ns it did last Sunday, which'
without nny doubt, was tho dullett day f
tho season. Tho weather is splendid, jutt
cool enough for comfort. Tho arrivalt
were few and fftr between, nnd, of course,
river news wero dull.
Tho Utah camo out with n very fair
load, nnd added considerable hcri. She re
ported tho llublcon aground ut Brooks'.
Tho City of Qulhcy came up towing tWo
empty barges. Sho discharged hero n
bales most, 28 casks wine, 4 boxes mcr
chandise, nnd 0 bbls. merchandise. Hor of
ficers reported tlio Louisville going on all
The Florenco had samo barges In tow.
Tlio Kylo und Morrill nro lying nlon
sido transferring their trips. Tbo former
will probably leave for New Orleans to
day. Tho Morrill returns to bt. Louis.
Tho John Lumsdcn is tho first Evans
vilio packet we havo had sinco lust
Wednesday night. Sho brought down but
The Eddyville nrrlvcd from Kockjiort
with the balance of her trip.
St. Louis. September SO. Arrived
Pembina and Bayard, from Keokuk; St
argonaut nnu ai
e irom dciier
FOR THE ST. LOUIS FAIR.
Tho Fair steamer B. P. Walt, Capt. V
II. Blake, will loive Culm Pent. SO. at
o eli-a, p. m for St,
Mf. ' v in, ruin li.
Lotil. n"i.iii I'
I'ii-m iiftr A,;ei
Joseph, from Memphis ; Ar
lantlc from Cairo: St. Luk
son Citv: W.S. llavs from tho tipper Mis
siiiippi; Colorado from Vieksburg. Im
parted St. XiUKe, lor dcuerson uy ; rn
ne, Icr Lexington; .oriiiwemro, oi.
Paul; Bayard and Victoria, Keokuk ; L-L-al
Tender, Vieksburg; St. Joe, Memphis
Biver risin-' slowlv. WVather clear nnd
ph a'ant. The Silver Bow was raised yes
Louisville, Sept. CO. Tlicro are two
feet live inches ot water at tno neau oi wo
piitnil ..nil thlrlv inebes on French Maud
The Arlington li reported hard aground
The weather is clcur nnd fine.
Notice. Chris. Anthcs lias open'd hi
new meat market in Pul Sehuh's old drug
tnr- two ilnnrj belnw the noft ofllee
on Commercial avenue, and invito all his J
arqualntanrnt tn t-ii r l.t. cut tnrjtts
Hoof, pork, veul, mutton, musaire, &c., &::
Also corned beef, pork and bacon. Hi
hop it kept in tho best of style, and his
customers served with neatness und dis
patch. Tho proprietor, Mr. A nthef, him
self attends to tho shop, und his custom-
rs may always feel auurod of fair and
onnmhlft treatment, full icetght, and tho
right chnngt lack, whether thoy send their
children, or n-rvnnts or attend market
PllILLir Bauoh is muster of his trade
and warrants all of his work to be of tile
very best materiul nnd manufacture; guar
antees a complete fit and entire satisfac
tion, ianot confined to any particular stylo,
but makep every variety of boots and shoos
from the heaviest cowbido to tho finest
rench calf und morocco. He also keeps
a largo stock on hand, of his oxen manufac
ture, und uny "C desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him ut his shop on hilitll St., souiu siue,
ncur comer of Ohio levco, Cairo. dtf
BkliabLk and Sakk. Dr. Henry Boot
and Plant Pills nro mild and pleasant in
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. Being entirely
L-iM.i.tnl.ln. thev can bo taken without
" . 71 . . f -- mi .1...
Kuril t(l 11 lit nr OUSU109S. AIIUJ iihiusu lv
ver nrnl secre.livo organs mm iieiuuiv
notion, throwing rll' disease without ex
hausting or debilitating tho system. 'J ry
them nil d vou will bo sntisllud. Price 25
. . t. i i i i .1,... 1-
cents a box. ooiu uy uniggi-m " "
orsin medicino everywhere. Protmred by
the Grnfton Modicino company, St. Louis,
Estray Notice $10 Bewakd. Stray
ed from tho subscriber, on tlio 31st of July
last, a large roan cow. Sho would weigh
about 1,100 pounds at tho timo tho was
missed. Thoro nro no special murks about
her excopt thnt her bag Is unusually long,
I will pay ton dollars reward lo any one
delivering tlio above described cow nt my
short on tho comer of Mnotecnth nnd
Poplar streots, Cairo, Ills.
ecplGtf James Ktnaston.
New Meat Market. Nick Williams
will open his new meat market this morn
ing nt tho corner of Poplar and Twontloth
streets, whero ho will koop constantly on
hand all kinds of meat and tlio very best
In tho markot. Ho will not permit nny
butcher in tho city to oxcel him. Nick
knows his business, nnd earnestly invites
tho public to glvo him a call at his now
A iloalrnLlo front room to
rent with bonrd, suitnblo fir two persons
Also a low sini-lo contlcmen can oouccom
modutcd with board. Apply on Eighteenth
street, Commercial avenuo and Poplar bt
For Sale or Exciianoe for Cairo
Property. I Imvo" One Hundred and
Sixty acres of ilrst-eluss, unimproved
limd in Johnson countv. whioh 1 will soli
on reasonable terms, or exchange for Cairo
city proporty. r. . i opk
Welt, rcuulated families mo Glllet'
We have jot receive', n 'rge' itc
oi lit) .unit s i.vka lor irr imii t
., I ... . .:. ...i.. . ....... I....I.
..iivu ur mini, euuaiiiu iui .'uiee, nulls pu .
lors or diiiiiiL' rooms. U'cvnll dvnlica
uy Cincinnati, lieansullc or St. Lou
relnil I.' i f - . : I...
j o.vixa. uiuuib iiiuii win revui
our prompt attention.
Beerwart, Orth & Co.,
Ho. 130 Commercial avonuc.
lUINMI C'KKTBAI. llllLaOAB CO., I
Attt.'ii Ofllee. C'Alro. Hent. sc. Tl. f
Louis fair, to bo held at St, Louis from O
tober 2d to October 7, wo will sell excu
flnn ttrVriM In C2t l.nut n,l ........ r.
U.,1 .. .1.1.... MI .. . .
uuiu 'i uunvm lll cmniUQIlCQ UCIOIK
1 .1 .It .t , ... .
mm uvjimiiuu vuiuucr UlU. XICKC
good until October 10 (Inclusive) 'I
t,n,.,iM ..niw . 1 1 , I. I. .... .
i;w"'k ..uu i.wH or uriiciei 11
exhibition wo will istuo tickots on and a
tcr September 27th.
James Johnson, Agent.
it .r.i .... . . .
4.uiij uihui iinuruia jus irienus an
Mm -.lll.lln ,,nn...ll.. ...I. ll 1
of The Bulletin, that ho has fitted up
mi 5v-v.i:iMi rcamurniii in mo ironi oatemro
- .... ., .... ,.v...,u.. wvuimvaifli u
ntllln n.M. flat. a....... .1 ...
v u ' j . liuntu. nail, u , ill'i i. mill I'vurv ill
' , . . . . j . .
urv of tbo season will bu jerved tn ,.tu..i
Tho best of wines and llqtiors will bo r.
ways on hand, and tho finest cigar wal
ing to bo puffed away Into fragrant srnok
Meals will bo furnished at all hours, an
fnni uiii rwnirn nf.it. n n n.r n..n... n. .
r - ---' uiiu vuim.ailb n
tontlon. Harry is determined to mako h
rcslaurnnt a tuccs nnd a popular rctoi
fur tho leUuro hour. iw
Gillet'b washing crystal makes was
ing easy. t u
a nt uuien use unlets extracts an
jiAA.iiiui. unguiu luiion uiiicit lm
ing Kwdcr. agl3
4 , T , l . e . ,
ulur French nisorted pickles. tf
Jorgcnsen has a great run for Cap
White's oriental pickles. If
Monet refunded if, Gillet's goods don
!- . ii. ti... ...1.... r... t ...t Y..
ii- . i . i. iiii
Thmo Krviieh (IhprrlM. in rrni). .
..1.1. ....!.... ... . .11 1. . ln.
liuiiu.m ri.u vumiuitcui lie miu ut uui
liuh.l ii rr..li timnlt. nf -.iit.lln Umi-L' nr
Goto J'arwer x iimhin, w...
merCl" Hveuuu '
. .. i . Ll..d .'vnr l!m clt
.. . . t. 1... . Tinnli
CWUIH II tlli.ii.uw. " " 1
"A "ood mun lc vet i an inhoritmcc.
. . ... -i.- .......
Insure your 1110 in tno
lion of A morion." septaiw
ry i i.. . . r..-i..i.nin i i mil n
-CVCrTUUU V UW 1U U vs i.v..-
uiccry lor iuu iuuvju ivi.v-
A i I.JJ i kilo i;cmuvi.v
t...i 1.1 .. ...,.,) h it1 men i
hcIi dny, prico $G por week.
itl$ lor coma ;v uutviu, uu a
UWl. W IJ ........... -1
Xiunucn trjiMi Tiitg e.. .
tl.i'i.m (I mrrfitiC flffC. if
SLEtriMi Booms jop. Hent. ien
well ventliaicu aieepui iuui" ... ".' -
tional Bank building. Apply to
EI) W AUD DKZONIA,
At City National Bank.
FOR COOU puoioraiois, wuivvu.... i
turcs, or old pictures to bo copied, call on
iri....o Vn I'M i.'nmmercini avunui;. ah
X 1 1 U 1 1 1 ... J v.
pi a good workman. Glvo him a trial.
. An. ...... T r 1 PA
numerous niin."B0i i D
.n . . -l.i ll. iiitiia' ll .iiimnui v
OU cents, ivuurctn ui. i.u. .-,
v 1.. V....I. VI. .1,11, Street. bt. LOUIS,
Mo. See Advertisement.
" . ...mi
CiVII. AND MKCIIANICAI.
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
IlroBH' Ituiiatuir. corner Eleveiitli etr
utitl I'ommcrclnl avc Cairo, 1H
. v-mi ml rK.U ia all llTsinCh I
. Mar Vor 'imnUieH. District, or Corporations.
l-ower, ior i''V." ..'::",V:,'A'.mm1 . Court
lo5"Miin.loih rl'uMio lluliainus, Uus n "J
liwflllnK Houses, Cotlago-, eto. etc., lroM
at short nollco. "
II. T. GJiltOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(las fitter's nnd Plumbcr'a rnaterW, Weed
rumps, Klub anl unit" TalTs, aiuf
eoeks.cli ek valves.eio.
Also Ar roa
Tuflellrotltcra I'sitent nry Oft Meter.
winter's ulocx, COUMERCIAL-ATENUX
41 .li'i. IlUnola.
BOOK 8. pami l.lelf, lirioln, OKtalOBIls. lis
papora, t ix lt, ind ry vnely i ten-
ire iirniiruf eontraoteJ for, and promylly ana
ill- ..r..,i.,i n ih. ii ill I t n hok. lob:
nt newspaper Hading ttablltnnit.