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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETJtty jyiODAy, OCTOBER Sr 1871..
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,r n Mountain II. It.,.. TMn.m, ll;(o p.m.
Mitt It trr roiitfi, Totpdnjr j
ami Friday C:00p,tn. 7:)p.m.
T if lf. (Inn Island ft iinnta
l. III., Tharlj A FrU
day G-.oop.m. 7i04a.ru,
MfWil, .llfm.lrille . aad
LorelaCf, J!j.............tt:ti0.m. 4;Wp.m.
r : timet mm'.
General DliTiy... 7iia.m.
Monoy OMr ilrpnitint'iil ! a.m. 0-"1
KRiilrr " ..., S.WMn. 6.("ip.Hl
Mini.) Order mill Ucfl'ir department tio
i pen on MiinJ.jA.
CtuoixxAMXir, No, IS. Slfttod AsiemMj
Hip Asjium Muonil Unll, flrst and third "ia..
iirJars Inrach month.
Cauo Cornell, No. 21, ' egular Con motion t
Mnnonlc Hull. the M-eend frlljr In each month.
Cairo Cnnr.u, No. "1. '..rgular Convocation
t Mhhodic Hall, on the third i'ur.dy of orcrjr
CAino 1irwir, No.U37 K. A A. M .tegular COM.
municalions nt Mnonlr! Hull, the ccoud ind
fourth Mondavi ot earn month.
Drir loixir, No. (OS V. A. St. .tegular Com
munications tit .n.i.omc nan nrst ami uuru
Thursdays In each m until
AttuM.rn tyoixir, 221. Meets In OJdIVIIow'a.
1111, in Art r'a lltlil HrlR, every Tfinritny ;even
Ina, at So'clo-k
I'ulilNlird every mo nil rip, Sfondnjr ei
Polico business continues dull.
Cnpt. IlallM.ijr if at homo again.
Read notices "For Ron I," In to-dny's
Paul G. Schuh tells Rattlnger's medi
cines. , tf
The members of the teaehors' instltuto
will enjoy a sociable in tho Delia Club
rooms to-morrow evening.
The reports of the p.'oceedlngs of tho
conference and council proceeding!1 mon
opolizo most of our space ihf morning.
Shrive's celcbmted 11 o'clcck lunch
oyesters at Jorgensen . tf
All the Knlgts Templar of th's cty
have returned home. Co'. Winston and
Dr. Dunning pay they had a glorious
Tho general delivery of tho post office
will bo open hereafter f'om 8 a.m. to C:30
p.m.; tho money orde. and rogls.or de
partment from 8 n. in.- to 6 p.-mr- -
Tho religious services on .Sunday
attracted largo congregations. Tho Metho
dist and P.-esbyterhn chrrches were
crowded in tho morning, af crnoon and
Our people of all denominations will
ho g'ad to learn that Rev. Fred. L. Thom
son has been assigned by tho confofenco to
this station for another, year. ; Mr. Thorn-1
son is desevedly popular with bis congre
gation and tin citizens gono.ally.
Tho Aluxnndcr County Tcncliors ln-
ftitulo will meet to-duy at V o'clock a.m
Dr. Allyn, president of McKen-
dree college, will Jdra:j tho
inatittnu Ibis fflei.ioon, at four
o clock, on tho subject of llio "English
Language," ana in the evening will Jec
ture on tho "Relation of Education to the
At a mee.lng'of tbo, ministers and lay
men rooming at the 'Delia Club Rooms the
following resoli'. ion's wero unanimously
Resolved, 1st, That wo return our thanks
the members of lho?cub for the uso of
their pleasmit und commodious. rooms.
2nd. To tho ladloVwhWImvo had ciiarjo
oftheri)om, and who by iticir l.indno-s
and unrcmi.iing attentions have cout.ibj
ted to our comfort and hapipess.
3'd, To tho families who have so Uiiidly
ontertuined us at their homos.
1th. That tho above bo published In tho
Coiro daily papers:
Charley "Walker ahoi'td be n'hamcd o'f
himself. Why dl'd'p'i ho. p.'t oil' billing
Tm .or until mo pfe.'ctc-'sgo: ot'to.town.
Wo huro bjeu pearuablo anil qriel fur
yvv i. .Nobody lm been inurde'.cd for a
long Irne ; but now.' Jm when wo were
on ojr bet bebaior u.id bail put on long
feo end weic s.-vingp rje s in honor of
the priMchcri. an l,iioruul busv-bodv ne-
gr(, had to p c-ee'd oVo. k- to k'll a man J
U by didn't bo wr .i wo wk, until our
guens lad go,ie he.ice? Co.nound hln?,
ln might to be hanged.
Mr Charles Tlirupp, hn just com
piftfd the survey of the ojstor.i routo of
the Ki-ntuvky pnd Tennc.eo railrord,
lrun u point oppol, this city in Ken
tucl. t . a polut on tho Moblo and Ohio
roml muth of Columbus. This routo is
mui-h het.er than cither of the other two,
a'tlt ugh It is about four nod a-half miles
ioii-it than cither of thoin. Tho road
built on this tou'.o would open up a n.ne
country. U leave Klardv'llo to tho csst
about two and a-bhlf mllci. The people
art anxious to have the road pass through
Hiarulville, Mllhi-rne and Cllntw, and are
raising a subscription to Induce tee Illi
nois Central to build tho rosd on this
-At ibm Ing of tho yoang man of
Ciro, held je.'erday.U uaS re,olVcd to
orgin.z. facing ciub to Uctl tho
UlioTcrpucborean Club, and bold ono
dance esch of tbo cosrlni flvn
was further agrd to put the price cf
season llclc i at Eve dol" ...i.i.....
which and an InvitaiWm no ooaw'-ii i, ,i
mu.ed. Tbo dances are to be held in tBe
um.ng oom o; bt. Char'cs bol, aril un
der tho suporv' 'on of tbo follow- com
u,i j-ncnce v.ia a, .argcm'.u's.Tl. V
Illake, Chm. Cunningham, W. 0. Barry
On l.ivlMio;t,-. h, .Korroan.Tvl
m. nug -us, u. a. i-u'jiis, II. II, UBeJ, T)
0,1 Jleeeptio,t,W. (. Hughes, M. p
Fulton, Z. D. Iteiford, I). Uogsu.
Oi Fionr Mauai tmeal.-U. A.llannon
0. K. Kyle, A. Llppitt, D, Carter, M. 0
Wright, G. T. VVhltlock.
The first dance of the set iei will be held
on Frldty evi'ning, October 12th.
a NF.urto KiM.Ku''jiif 'u.-JoTnun NjAinV
sTAUiiKD i.v rot'" Vl.AtW
Charley -Vnlkcr, tho c , .rcd porter of
illiu Si. Churlts holel. a'l'i .uorgo.iayjor,
anoi iter col.'ird man who was tho dray
man of tho upcrln(endant ol tho Illinois
Central Imffgaso room In this . city, had-
bcn qunriclling for several wtckc. lcs
tordny evening boih thu men got nngrj
and lln.illy cchango'lt blown. AValljcr was
icn to tAika rapidly four or five times
wlih n knife, when Taylor staggered and
fell. 1 B was then nsooiUinod that bflihad'
been (iilibi'd. Dr. Dunning was qijjcd In
and protiounccd tho wounds, four stabs in
tho biensl find nbdomcnfatal. "iVIlhln half
nirho.irjiirtcr tljo flght IJyJor was ftfdcid,
inline ii uiktur iuii iiuwii ruiii.ii Eireci
tp',yiiiilsWftblngton Rvonuo, Knd nl 11
ocjocx'lhst night had not, been .trostcd.
dp'rontfl Gossmnn held nn lnnucst. nnd
the jirri returned n vc diet In accordance
'Wl.b thonbovo faclst
For, llr.NT. A two ptory 1fmo, Uouse
on Popllr street, between Sorentounth and
Eightoorjth streets 6olilhlntng 'eevcH td6tns
and n largo hall. Tho houso Is furnished
throughout. l'orcl tI(v rout, nndP ear,
Enquire (of P. Mocklor, at tho " Mocklcr
House," Commercial nVontle, botween
Fourtli and Sixth streets. oct8d3t
Urici Store ron' llfc.s'T.-Tho urlck
store, 78, Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. Mj Slockfleth, Esq., is offered t for
rent, nnd will bo vacant on tho 18th Inst,
. . 1
Appiyia J NO. IS. I'lULMS.
1 - ... .
I HOTEL ARRIVALS a
'l DELMOXICO nOTEi.
!TIio following wero tho at-ivnls nt this
popular boloj.up to . 12 o'clock p.m., ,0ft.
2d, sncopuhl!shcd nraivnls Sunday morn
ing, Oct.Sst : Mrs. Francis Millor, Mem
phis, 'Tclon.j Jiowton Harbin, Green
Sjiringc.bhioj Ed. W. How, BJandyllle,
Ky., J Walmslcy, sleamor Dick Johnson ;
D. W. tPhillips, Nrshville, 111.; A. J.
Pege, Mi ndricks county, Ind.; J. WvMc
Farlow, James' Bayou, 1 Mo. : Mrs: Le
throppand child, Memphis, Tcnn.; Miss
Sophie Brown, Mpmphiy Xenn.tj Miss
Agncis. Memphis, Tcnn.; C. M. Parsons,
St. Louis Mo.: G. P. Mil'or, city; M. G.
Reld,lclty; Barnoy Brunswick, St Louts,
Mo.: Capt. Wm, Postal, Memphis, Toon-
D. C. Durham, Me idiao, Mit.; Oscar B.
Jol'y, Cincinnati, Ohio; R. M. Hundley,
Marlon, 111.: J. GDuncan, Marlon. III.:
Gcorgo "W. Atkinson, Eddy ville, Ky.; C.
Auutz.tDubuquc, Iowa ,'T. H. Martin,
Spqrta, Il'lnois; Tom Jacobs, sseamer
Western;! N J Do Baun, Ullin, 111; J
Henkle, Kyj Miss E'ln McCartney, Vicks-birgj-Mlss
; Capt Wm Xclson, Cascyville,
Ky; T BtLouU,Ma;E.MStockflatb,city;
N Linton, Charleston, Mo; Mrs,A James,
Columbus, Ky; Miss E'lzabeib Warton,
Columbus, Ivy.- - .1
-.t. ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
B. T. Bundy, Ca-bondalo," 111,; W. D.
Deems, Viennp, II).; J, P. West, samo,
Capt. II. T. Dexter, sir. Quickstep ; W. P.
Page, Cincinnati, 0.; 0. W. McGrcal.Tex-
a; J. SouthgatO; Hamilton; E. Pt How.
ell, Chicago ; , V. T. Whilnore, saroo ; E.
E. T!IT.s7 MIssouroi ; T. llllm, ritme ; U. B
Smith, Now Madrid; 11.11. Lewis, Fon-
dulae, Wit.; K. E. Williams, Blooming
ton, III.; E. II. Smith, samo, Mathow H
Pogson, same; D II Hale, Itoi Clair, 111 ;
James Jones, halt Lako City, Utah ; John
nWaugh and lady, Mound City, III; 0
V U Wooawai'd, city ; O Jlavthorn same ;
H A Hatinon, samo; J T Camhboll, En
terprise; FolLti Croy,,Jtobile.:iiW..W
M"uckally; TJ Rodney, "Ca'p'o'Glr'iirdch'ij:5
J 1j VanKojip, Henderson; James Col
ston Ciiicioj ,D.W Swapn utenmur G W
Thompsor; TT 'Settle; MM'.O. "WooB-
son, Paducah, ,A Hanc, same; V( 0 Gore,
GireviVle; M 0 Dorxon, Paducnh,. Kv: K
II Gardjier, same.
,The Xw Wilso.v. Smith '& Brink
moyer, corner. Commercial nv.enuo and
Eighth strfet, anscllin tbo New Wilson
Uti(ler-Fei)d Shuttle-Sowing' Machine, the'
bet and cheapest machinu In tho world.
It is sold S-0 cheaper than any othor ma
chine. Some of the many advantages
claimed for it aro as folluws :
1st. It is as durablo, well llnishod, nnd
costs as much to manufacture as other
I'lrst-cluss Machines; but sells for somo
2d. For hemming nnd felling Jt Is un
surpassed. ,1J, That it is the simplest shuttle ma
chine made. . . 1
4th. It has less wearing parts.
Oth. It has no grooved cams, caH'jolnts,
compound cranks, or cog wheels.
(Ull It is adapted to 11 lim-nr rnnrvA nf
work, without chance, than anv other ma.
MUs Ellen I). Eaes, formerly of
Kalamazoo, having taken up horresldonce
in Cairo, informs the public that sho Is de
sirous of giving instruction in vocal and
Instrumental music and in French, Miss
Fames comes among us vHh1 excellent re-
oommendatlona. During the late session 6f
tbo Northwestern Academy of Music, she
was among tho most proficient in piano,
forte practicii and vocal Instruction, and
the conductors of tho academy unto' In
their testimony to hor thorough knowl-
fedgo of music and liel" capability to teach
the same. Miss Eatncs rcsidesin tbohouse
formerly occupied by Mr.G. H. Olmftoad-
WllOru Silo will hn liimnv In riwtlvn nnnlli
and glvo auy information if rcquirod in re-
II U tu VVI IUE, If,
Tbo fumily grocery storo of Bixbv &
ICoehler is being patronized largely by peo
ple who like fine groceries. Their location
on the north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington av
enues, is a ceniTaronc, ana their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this new candidate for public patron
ago meots exactly the wanU of the peo
ple. Messrs. Koehler & Bixby propose to
keep up their repujatiou by always .clllug
lh"e-bctt or ill soruf rocerie, "J
patronb and tho public, knowing that, peo-,
plo generally oro aware of the fact that
r.auj- goou articles 0f uny uro u,
wyt tbo chaapeit ip tho end. tf
-A cottage on 12th street
containing ff rooms, tlstem ' and out
W. "V. TUOBKTON,
( In abfcnco of tho Ulshop, Jlrothur Rob
)nsSn took tho chair.
Devotional uxcrclscs were conducted by
Tho committees on blblo cause, post-of-flccs,
popnlir ntnusemcnts (and periodicals,
reported TKd ropbrW vero feccived and
"Wesley "Williams petitioned or. prlvll-
cgo to withdraw bis notlco of withdrawal
of appoal to tho gcnoral conference.
' Presiding TJuVcr Grant reported that, In
accordance with Instruction bo hid called
on Brothor Williams, who refused to sur
render his" prch"monls.
Tho Ulshop dscldci ;that in .tiow . of.
Urothcr Williams the confcrcnco was un
dor no obligation to tako fu'rthir "notion
,in tho premise'.! 1 1 ,
A motion to grant the prayer of Brother
Williams' petition was lost.
Tho first question, wm Ukon'up who
nro recommended for ndmisslon on trial?
Dm Quoin District. Tho Presiding El
dor was granted permission to withdraw
his recommendation of Brother C. w.
Leinnon Dwrrtef. Bros. M. P. "Wilklns
and J. P. Youngling (unmarried) were
Cairo DUtriet. Cicoro Evers nnd
Issaac D. Peterson (tinmnrrlod), and T. L.
Campbell (married) wero admitted; 0. B
Sullivan, Dongola, was rejected on ac-
count.of ngo. The Presiding Elder was
nutho'rized to employ him.
Olney DUtriet. Bro. A. L. Grcenlawi
(unmrricd) was admitted. ThoPrcslding
Elder was granted permission to with-
draw his recommendation of Brother Ed
Mount Carmtl District Tito. K. M.
Carter, (unmarried) was admitted. The
Presiding Elder was granted permission
to withdraw tho rccommcnantion of Uro.
Mount Vernon Distr.ct. Tho Presiding
(Elder was granted permission to-witbdraw
his recommendation of J. J. Turrentinc.
Brother Joy prcsontcd for admission on
his credentials Asa Cohoo from Cloy City
circuit, an elder of tho United Brethren
of Christ, Ho was not adraitled,cn account
of his age and petulant disposition.
Tho stewards reported amount of col
lection taken for conference claimants yes
terday, in all S49.W)!
Tbo secretary read a letter from Mrs. J.
F. Willing,.calltng tho attention of the
conference to tho Woman's Foreign So
ciety of tho church. A copy of tho reso
lutions accompanying the report was read,
and the committee on this subject granted
leavo to withdraw thoir own resolutions
nnd substitute Mrs. Willing's.
Brother Clifford's relation was con
tinued. The committee on memoirs made re
port of memoir of Dr Fraz'jr. A collec
tion of $25 was taken to aid in the erec
tion of a monument over tho tomb of the
The statistical secretary presented bis
report, which, wo adopted.
A collection amoutiting lo. $20 was taken
for tho benefit of Ilrother I. 8, Powell
Rev. 3Ir. Jackson, of the African Mcth-
wl'st Eptscopal church, was introduced to
Dr. Van Clevo read the pastoral ad
dress and moved that Drother C. J. Houts
bt appointed to preach tho annual sermon
to tho conference, with Brother J. W.
Lano to.nltcrnato him, Tho motion was
In tho en'o of tho blind daughter of
'Brother A. Rowley, Dr. Vnn Clevo re
ported for tho committeo that Brother G.
W. Bobbins bud dUchnrced his dutv and
collected &0 for saidi ward.. '
Brothor fl'ollo inovctl that tho collection
bo suspended until tbo nmoutt duo tbo
caWcr'enco from suld collection could bo
Conforenco proceeded to fix the place of
tho next conference.
Jersoyvilio, Mount Vernon, Alton, Flora,
Olney, Contcaliu, Mount Onrmolnnd Bun
ker Hill wero put in nomination.
Mount Vernon was scicotnd.
. The committeo on Sabbath observance
nnd mUsions reported.
Brother Mori ison reported tho follow
ing appropriation of expenses of delegates
to the general conference, viz:
Lebanon district $112.50
Alton district ll'i.BO
Vnndiilia district 100.00
Olney district . 112.00
.Mount Ihirmol district 100.00
Mount Vernon district 87.00
Du Quoin district....'..'.'. 75.00
Cairo district &0.00
January, 1872, was Used upon as 1ho
tlmo of faking tho nbovo collection.
Tho Bishop reported tho committees of
' ' Brother Hunhoy reported on tcmper
nnco und In reference to (he Garrett Bil
Urothcr Houts offerd a resolution In
structlngidelegatcs to tho general confor
enco to .use their influence to havo the gen
eral conforenco nuthorlzo jbo publication
ol a standard Sunday school musio book to
correspond with tho institute's standard
hymn and turio book for congregations.
.Tho conforenco elect 3d visitors to Mc
Dr. Allyn was olectcd trcasuror of the
conforenco for tho ensuing year.
Resolutions oxprtssivoof thanks were
adopted 01 follows :
Ilcsoheii, That the thanks of the confor
enco aro ddo to the citizens of Cairo for
their generous hospitality in tho entertain
ment of its members during their annual
JUtolvJ. That tho thanks of tho confer
ence uru duo to tho Rev. F. L. Thomson
nnd Brother Yost for their unceasing at
tention uuring our nay in uairo.
JUsohed, That tho thanks of tbo con-
fureneo aro due tin secretaries' for their
untiring and correct servlco during tbo
flUtolvtdy That tho thanU of the confor
Snce'aro'.duo ttcambout linns and railroads
that havo grunted favors to any of our
, folcf; That our thanks nro duo our
presiding officer, Ulshop Scott, for Hit kind
and cftlcleht inannor In which ho has pre-
UKl'OR'r OF THE FOTII
sided over our deliberations during tbo
Jtesohed, Thnt tho thanks of tho confer
enci n.-o tendered to the reporters r the
pre . of Cairo for their daily reports of
our proceeding in their papers.
Jlesolved, That tho papers of lhl cllv
3 requested to publish theso resolution",
nnd that tho first bo read from the pulpit
of tho Methodist Episcopal Church by the
The BIl;op nntiounccd tbo appoint
ments ns follows:
W. Hi CouniNOTO.v .Prpsldlng Elder.
Lebanon G. W. llughey.
Shlloh W. F. Davis.
lioltovillo. . - I. B. Corrington.
Hollevlllo Circuit to be supplied by D.
Frccburg M. P. "Wllklns.
Waterloo T. J. Davis.
.East St. Louis J. 11. Lockwood
Carllnville E. A. Holt.
Troy1. A. Bliss.
Highland 0. "W. Farmor.
Pocahontas L. Saulsbury.
Greenville ....M. House.
Wlsctown W. 0. Dickson.
Carlylo C. J. Houts.
Trenton 0. E, Clino.
J. S. Morrison,....
Fidelity und Pisa.
J. W. Lane,
1 J. Gibson,
J. W. Lowo.
W. S. Sly,
R. S. Moore
G. W. Waggoner,
Jersoyvilio J. W. Phillips.
Ottervillc : to bo supplied.
Elsah A. Sncll.
Edwardsvillo C. Nash.
Ldwnrdivlllo Circuit D. Caughlln
woouDurn, to 00 suppled oy u. jm.
Bunker Hill I. A. Smith.
Gillcsplo N. D. Snackelford.
Litchfield T. H. Hnrdman.
Litchfield Circuit to bo supplied.
Stanton S. Walker.
Grecncastlo D. B. Vim "Winkle.
.M. N. Powers,
Watson J. W. Nnll.
Mafon ,,, J. II. Hill.
Farina J. D. Bell.
Kinraundy V. D. Lincenfolter.
Salem A. Ransom.
Salom Circuit J. Lcepcr.
m.i: C I ...1 T I y - - -
vruiu nuu tjauuutui J. Jt MlCCn.
Clement to be sunnlicd-
Patoka C. J. T. Tollo.
Shobanier G. W. Harrison.
Mulberry Grove II. Manifold.
Ramsey. J. Johnsod.
Donelson W. D. Mnbry.
Efuraim Joy Presiding Eldei .
....J. Weedon & A. L.
AV. II. Tyncr.
..." J. L. Powell.
A. C. Fleschor.
O. H. Clark.
Clay City E. Lathrop.
Noble I, Armstrong.
Fairviow Vt. S. Hennesssy.
Sumner .....J. L. Waller
Fricndsville to Le supplied bv
D. V. Leach.
Lawercncevillo T. N.Johnson.
Hebron I. P. Rutherford
nnd J. P. Yunging.
I. A. Beard
MT. CARMEL DISTRICT.
K. II. Maesey
.T. A. Eaton
I. A. Thrapp.
,...d. ti. itavcnscroit
S. P. Groves.
C. W. Sabine.
M. L. King.
J. M. Green.
R. M. Carter.
G. W. WiUon.
:.J. P. Davis.
J. C. Baldridoo
MT. VERNON DISTRICT.
B. K. Pikkce Presldinir Elder.
Mt. Vernon I. Harris.
Mt. Vornou Circuit. .'W. Vancleve.
Spring Garden L. A. Harner.
McLeansboro W. A. Hrowdcr.
McLonnsboro Circuit S. Maxtv.
Middletuwn W. R. Taylor.
Mrlon W. S. C. Walker.
lrvington 0. D. Lingenfclttr.
Johnsonvillo N. K. Harmon.
Gentralia . A. Robinson.
Xni G. W. Brannine.
Galatin to bo supplied
Equality C. Gibbs.
Hell City J. Oillham.
DU QUOIN DISTRICT.
L. C. Enolish Presiding Elder.
Du Quoin A. B. Neahlt.
Du Qi,oin Circuit J. J. Boycr.
Jo fcntn A. L. Downov.
Carbondalc L. B. Dennfs.
Cnrdondale Ciroui to be supplied bv W.
Murpliysbor.) G. W. Butler.
Grand Tower Asa Cohoe.
I'incknoyvillo J. S. Barnes.
Kockwood , to bo supplied.
Chejtor L. S. Walker.
Sparta C. N. Holliday.
iiii-nviiio i....u. y. I'niinpi.
Nashvlllo Circuit R. W. Lauglilin.
Kichview ;...R. Full.
Ashley O. W. IJonner.
Tuiuaroa AV. B. Bruncr.
Tatnaroa Circuit J. B. Roof.
W.J. Grant Presiding Eldor.
Cairo F, L. Thomson.
South Pas'! ,
0. B. Sullivan.
0. W. Cecil.
,. ..Cicero V. Evers.
I. II. F. Hill.
North Caledonia Thos. S. Campbell.
Metropolis Strango Brooks.
Mutropolh Circuit D. 11. Turnoy.
New Liberty supplied by E. Jones.
Golcondii O. W. Urabe.
Eddyvillo Ellsha Haugh.
Columbus I. D. Pntorsun,
uuvo :n kock 11, a. I'. Union,
Harrlsburg (!. II. Furr,
Thebes T. C. Lopas,
Ailjournnd cine die.
AnuKSTiti). A well-known citizen o
this city was n day, or two slnce,boforo ono
of our city magistrates for being drunk
und disorderly. Ho was finod tho usunl
I amount S'J 00. After tho trial was over
ho might havo been heard soliloquizing
thusly : " Now, this is tho second timo I
havo been tip beforo n magistrate for tbo
same offense I might havo known it
if I had gone to Albu's in tho first place
mid got ono of thoso smoo,th, clean, deli
cious shaves that Alba is known to glvo
to ovory one who patronizes him, this
would not have happened," Theroforo,
reader, tako warning nnd always go to
Alba'a barber shop, Commercial avenue,
bctwoon Seventh and Eighth streets, tf
; titular JolntSd'slonof tho City Council
Corxctt. Oi'AMnrii, C'Ainn Ills., 1
H9itninh?r2J, 1B7I. J
Ills Honor, .Mayor Luti'den, in tho chair.
Pre.'nt -Fitzgerald, Kleb, Lnrnxlen,
Ueardcn, Stnitton, Swayno nnd Wlntor 7.
On motion of Alderman Fitzgerald tho
council adjourned to meet to-morrow ovon
Itig ul 7:C0 o'cloek.
W J. Hov ey, City Clerk
Adjotirnrd HpRiilnr Joint Session of the City
COVKCIt. lUMRtR, t!ino,
Sepieuihcr 30, IS7I.
His Honor, thoMuyor, )resldliig.
Present Under, 'Fitzgcri J,! Htlrd,Klob,
Laiisdcn, Reardon, Stratton, Swayne,Wln
tcr and Woodward 10.
.Absent Corroll, Cunningham, Hulll-
day, Metculf, Schuh, Sense, Taylor, Wal-
Uer and Wood 0.
On motion of Aldcrmnu Winter tho
reading of tho journal was dispensed with.
Alderman Wlntor moved to dlspcnso
with tho regular order of business. Carried.
retorts of officers.
Tho official report of J. B. Taylor, city
treasurer for September; F. Bross, police
magistrate, for July; B. Shannessy, pollco
mnglstrute, for August und September ;
Wm. Mcllale, justice of tho peaco for
August and September; and of Wm, Mc.
Hnlc, Jailor, for Septomber, wore present
cd, and on motion of Alderman Fitzgcr-
nld reclved nnd ordered filed.
Tho chnlr announced a chango in tho
standing committees for the present year
as follows: Rcardcn substituted for Wood
(who rofusod to servo) ai chairman of tho
committeo on claims; Swayno, as chairman
of tbo committeo on flro department in lieu
of Iioarden, transfened; and Wood trans
ferred to the committeo of flro depart
m 1. 1.8.
The following bills were presented, and,
on motion of Alderman Winter, referred
to thoir appropriate committees:
Clins. Gayer & Co., tent of lot for
hog pound, from August 1st to
September 1st. 1S71 $ 10 00
J. G. Lynch, rent to September 19,
1871, ono month 25 00
Wm. McHnlc, dieting piisoncs tor
beptemuorto tho JOtli inclusiv .. 220 GO
Cai'o Book Bindery, receipt-botl:
for city treasurer 8 00
F. Bross, polico masistratc, salary
September Oth, 1871, 3 months... 75 00
F. M. Sumner, salary as policeman,
24 days In September CO 00
Jno. Shcehan, salary ns policeman
lorbopicmocr ; to 00
Wm. H. Roberton, salary rs po
liceman for September... 75 00
Chas. Mehner, salary r policeman
for September "d 00
I.ob't Bilhngsly, saliry r-. police
man lor September 75 UO
L. H. Myers, salary ns chlef-of-po-licu
for September 83 33
Jno. D. Holme, salary ns policeman
for September 75 00
E. A. Burnett, salary as comp
troller 72 00
iV. Cain, salary us marshal, for Sep
tember CO 00
J. B. Taylor, salary as treusurcr..... 100 00
M. J. Howley, salary as cle.ik 100 00
is. bhannessy, police maginintc,
salary for August and Sf)tmber CO 00
Geo. V. Hendricks, curpenter
work in council chamber nnd
clerk's office ic, 20
Thos. Mcchnn, removing furniture
of clerk's ofllco and council
cliHtnbcrto nev building
M. Jenkins, 23 duys' labor on side
walks, in September
Henry Bryant, 22J days' labor on
sidewalks, in September
Alfred King, 22J days' work on
sidewalks, in September
Goorgo Ellis, 23 duys' work on
sidewalks, in September
Ocorgo Uritton, 21 j days' work on
sidewalks, in September....
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed
in 71 street lamps, in September
2 IS CO
A. Cain, mr.rshnl, for killing nnd
burying -ju uogs, in September
D. W. Ihimliu, fur partitions and
and doors In new buitdint;
N. A. Devorc, 21 davs' work on
T. Fitzgerald, 9 days' work on side
walks in beplc.'iibcr
Frank llemis, 23 days' work on
sidowalks in September
W. Minard, 25 days' work on hide-
walks In Septembor
Frank Cher-v, 2 davs' work on
sidewalks in September.
John Roach, 24 J days' work on
sidewalks in September
W. Quinn, 1-U days' work on side
walks in September
II. T. Gerould, gas 11 it tires for
council chamber "und clerk's of
fice CO 87
Thos. Mcohaii, hauling lumber 115 CO
j. 110s. Jucohun, hauling lumber 17 50
Thos. Mcehan, hauling lumber 24 00
Jl. .Mahonev, 25 days' work 011
strcots in Septomber
Thos. Naughtun, 25 days' work 011
strcots and sidewalks in Sept,
Thoi. Fitzgerald, 10 days' work on
sldewullts in September
Peter Connelly, 1C days' work on
sidewalks in September
Michael Galvin,19 dnys' work with
team on streets CG CO
"Wm. Mcllalo, 24 days in chargoof
chain gang 48 00
U. H. Williams, lumber for side
walks Cairo City Gas Co., gas for street
lamps in August
Cairo City Gas Co., gus used in en
gine nouses, cicru's omco and
council chamber from Muy to
Hibernian Fire Co., exponses for 0
months, ending September 29th,
1871 200 90
Arub Flro Co., exponses from July
1st to October 1st, 1871 G51 10
nr.la !... . n l...l nn
411U1IIB, J.WUU Ub VJU.i llllllLet ........ . U UU
Stratton & Bird, nails 184 70
Jno. II, Oberly & Co,, oxtra copies
01 nuLi.ETi.s containing tno now
ordinances 27 45
Jno. II. Oberly & Co., publisbiug
council proceeding, tho now or
dinance.), comptroller's notice,
etc 124 85
Tho official bonds of ltobort Blllingsly
with B. S. Hanell and Samuel Walters,
securities, and of Chas. Mehner, with C.
Ftfuchtor & Co., nnd W. Alba, securities,
were prcsonted, and, on motion of Alder
man Iteardcn, npproved.
AW. Swayno moved to instinct thq com
mitteo horctoforo appointed on tho new
council chnmbet, to procuto tho necessary
outfit for tho now council chambor and
clerk's office. Carriod.
Aid. Wlntor moved that tho drulitago
committeo bo Instructed to sell all thu
property ubout tbo largo pump, except tho
pump Itself. Carried,
Tho mayor informed thu council that ho
had received F, M. Summer' resignation,
ns police constable. On motion of Al-
dormnn Winter the resignation was ac
cepted. IlEPOKT or COMMlTTEi: ON VOMCK AND
Tho commltcoon police and Jail reported
In f nor of erecting a lump post nt the
stairs In front of the city jail, mid of pinn
ing a light over tho J .11 entrance. Thev
also reported thu jail i,u n 01,.
dition nnd tbo police forco directive. They
recommeridnl the appointment of u police
mn to fill tho vacancy causi-il by ihoroj
Igliiilinit ofofiitur Siiinii'tr. The eonimlt
teu submitted the following rciolntlon:
Resolved, That n special committee- or
1. n ...... .!.. . 1 , ' , H . . ...
kiiiiuuv iiiiniiiie(i 10 ii'ivo lortliwltli a
gas lamp erected nt tbo stnlr on Eleventh
street, between Wushlngton uvenuo und
)Vftlnut sticcts. nnd , also In Uie jail yard,
above tho Jail door.
Alderman Winter moved to receive tho
report nnd adopt tho resolution. Carried.
Tho chair nppointod tho member! of the
pouco anil jail committee nsn special con.
mlttee to executo tbo requirements of the
On ihotion of Alderman Winter tho
council then Adjourned.
M. J. Howley,
THE DRV GOODS TRADE,
THE MAMMOTH ESTA1ILJRII JIKST OF UOLI)
TEIX ASK ROHE.V WATER THE FALL
TRADE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
DRY OOOD.M, READY MADE ( LOTH I NO
HATH, CAP., ETC., I.V CAIRO.
AVo yesterday paid n visit to tho mam
moth establishment of Mcssrr. Golilitcln
& Rosonwator, Commercial nvetiue, be
tween Eighth nttd Mnth stroots, and must
confess oursurpriso at seeing tho immense
stock to bo found in this house. This firm
havo long enjoyed tho reputation of being
among tholendingdry good merchants of
the city, nnd one who will tako tho
pains to examine thoir stock, will need nu
othor nseurunco of the truth of this re
In tho dry goods lino they nro receiving
uaily fresh additions to their already tin
menso stock. In tho tho lino of silks,
Irish poplins, vclvuls and velveteens, etc.,
they havo a most uholcu and select assort
incut. Of Irish poplins nlono, thoy havo
upwards of two hundred and fifty patcrns,
of silks Uicir stock is enormous; of velvet
nnd vclvctincs it cannot bo surpassed
Ribbons, glove?, ladles collars, nnd all tbo
minor articles that J9 .toward making up
the dress of n lady, arc to bo found hero
in abundance. Of their stock of ready
made clothing thcro is no end, nnd their
prices aro to reasonable that thoy havo
built up a large and profitablo trado in
this line. In tbo wny of hnts nnd enps
thoy aro doing a big business.
Tho firm of Goldstein A- Rosen
water nro now prepared to fill orders for
goods, cither at wholesalo or retail. Tho
wholesale business with tliem is a new
feature, o,nd they arc confident nf their
ability to compete with other markets in
the samo trade. As tho season when peo
ple bpgm to prepare for winter is now at
hand, wo advlso our readers to call upon
Messrs. Goldstein it Rosetiwatcr beforo
Notice. Chris. Anthes has opened his
now meat murketin PaulSchtili's old drug
store, two doors below the post office
on Commercial uvenup, nnd invites nil bis
ucqualntances ton trial of his cut meats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, s.iu'iigr, ttc., &o.
Also corned beef, pork nnd. bacon. His
shop is kept in the best of style, nnd hit
customers served with ncntnoss and dis
patch. Tho proprietor, HI r. A ntbes, him
self nltends to tho shop, and his custom,
ers may nlwnys feel assured of fair nnd
honorable treatment, full weight, and tho
right change Lac;, whether they send their
children, 1 or servants or uttciid market
Reliable and Safe. Dr. Henry Aot
nnd Plant Pills are mild nnd pleasant in
their operation, yet lliroroiigh, producing
no nuuscit or griping. Being entirely
vegetable, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. They arouse tho
liver und secretive orgnns into heaithy
nction, throwing rll' diseaso without ex
hausting or debilitating, tho Hystom, Try
them und you will bo satisfied. Price 25
cents u box. Sold bv druggists nnd deal
ers in inedicino everywhere. Prepared by
tbo Grafton Medicine company, St. Louis,
-Missouri. " myOdm
Phillip IIauoii is master of his trado
nnd warrants ull of his work to be of tho
very belt material nnd munufacture; guar
antees 11 complete fit and cntlro satisfac
tion, Is not confined to any'partlcular stylo,
but makes every variety of boots and shoes
from tbo heaviest cowhide to tho finest
French calf und morocco. He also keeps
a largo stock on hand, 0 his own manufac
ture, r.nd uny ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap shield cull on
him nt his shop on Eighth St., coutli Mile,
near corner of Ohio lovce, Cairo. dtf
Estray Notice ?10 Reward. Stray
ed from tho subscriber, on the 3lst of July
last, u largo roan cow. Sho would weigh
about 1,100 pou tula at tho timo site was
misted. There nro no special marks about
her except that her bug is unusually long.
I will pny ten dollars reward to any one
delivering tbo ubovo described cow nt my
shop on tbo corner of Nineteenth und
l'opiar strcots, uairo, aiis.
sepltftf James Kyxabton.
New Meat .Market. Nick Williams
will open his now meat market this morn
ing at tho corner of Poplar nnd Twentieth
streets, whoro bo will keon constantly on
hand all kinds of meat nnd tho very best
in tbo market. Ho will not permit any
butcher in the city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, und earnestly invites
the public to give him n call nl his now
Hoarding.. A dcsirnblo front room to
rent with board, suitnblo for two poraons
Also n few 6lnglogo'ntleriion can b"o"ucf om-
raodated with board. Apply on Eighteenth
street, Commercial uvonuo und Poplar St;
Fob Sale ou Exchakqk for Cairo
Property. I havo One Hundred and
Siitt acres of first-class unimproved
land in Johnson county, which I will sell
on reasonable terms, or exchaugo for Cairo
city property. y, ji. i'ope.
"Wilt, rcguUied families uso Gillet's
FOR THE ST, LOUIS FAIR.
1.11V j 1111 rit'iiiiiiT ii. 1 " iviin 1 'i in. i,
U. Jihiue, will leavo Cairo Sept, M), nt i
ii-Hiin, j,. nu j.uui0, nrriviii';
septSOdat Sol. Silver,
. r M CI. t 1 .
II..-. . t J
ARM V ill.
Steamer Mlnrlo, Whlto River;
" Legal Tender, St Louis;
" Mn'lie Ra;?on, Evansville;
" St Joseph, St Louis;
" Bello of Pike, Memphlt ;
" Illinois. Columbus;
" H'O Ynegc", St Lonls ;
" J as Fisk, J ., Puducnh ;
" Shannon, St Louis;
" Susie Silver, Now Orleans ;
" Mn.-y McDonald, St Louis.
Stcnmer Minnie, St Louis;
" Legal Tender, Vlcksburg;
" SSJIe ill, BtLoi'is
" MuIIIh Ragon, Evansville ;
" Bee. St Iiu'.s ;
" Bello or Pike, Town;
" Illinois, Columbus;
" Jus Fitk, Jr, Paducah
" Susie Sllvu'1, St Louis
" St Joeph, Memphis;
" Ma-y M. -Dona'd, Vlcksburg.
DuniiL'thc nasi 48 hours thn Dhln '
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bins iiuiub 119 ueen 1111111 ir. iiiil il ii no
a ' - o
l , ..-,1 ...1.1. -!.-!.. . 1
Iiiflhcs on Bacon Rock. Tho Missitin
!.. -.ill .l..-1lt , . . . . M .
i run uucnnuig, wun iour enu nan icci
thnchnnol to St. Louis, nnd six feet
Memphis. Tho Ohio is declining nil tl
way up to Cincinnati.
inn .11 1 inn ill- tl'mk t.rrt .1 haba . nt
iuuiiiuuh. urnrnis ni iuo port during t
month or bcrrcinbor. The weather vi
cations of rn n.
aiio a. . -ucrri roiurneu to sit. iii-
i er unvmg lurncu nor souino-n rrcig
Kyle's up stream frelht In relu n. bl
fit.itit i.rtfi 4 tr a f,.. Ct T t . 1
bnrges li tow.
. ...... va sj n m 4,i4 i.
Thn Dick .lohntnn rnmln hiFimnnn...
nrvt.tr, (t'ftt, a va.. 1r.r..l Cl. f..
. ...r rl..a r. . . t .. ,1... 1 1 1'.,
of the river.
Harry AVnlker informs hi friends an
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I wu ntj-j V.UIUI1IU
ui i nr. il ...... i i.t, inai uc nni mica un
r 'T.. .. .fit t ... .
Tl PlT.ilnil ai nniniil In 1 1. . 1
. ..a alwMV L-OBCM Ull
llf flirt tN V In Mill I. llllftl Mlt
uaauT.,. viiiiiiv. itain un...;. uiiu uii-rv 111
lifv nf flin tnninh tt!ll 1a nrrA.1 i. .... ... s
i nu uwu ux iucs mm iifiHorn win uo n
. . . .
" u l "U I'UMUi llli'l HJ UIICBk LirXITl Will
llsttitsi IVIII nn lilfhlahi.il nt all Iiaiiu
LUiikiun. narrv ii uuLcriitiiirii in rnnvn in
for llio leisuro hour. Iw
n o nave ust received a arue stoc
rtf I, ..1 In ,. .ihH.. . .111. 1
... ticatmi: .tutus tut uitiicr gum u
... . . I ..!.. I.I. J. .1'
i'wh ut tutii. tu tituin lur uttit t.'. nuns un
In-. n. .i:..tn.. .,.., ii-- ..in .;...,:.
tirttl I snritinnti I -rti.rllf ai SI ltit
retail price list for either ewkitig or heat
tnj note-t. wrucrs oy man win rercivi
1 ,, 1 . . tt It, r
our promjit attention.
11EERWART, UltTII Cv LO-
No. 130 Commercial kvuuue.
- 'tJ -.j..
Ing ensv. ag 13
rt.. . ..-r.... i.!.,....:.. r..ii,. .iiA.'. i..t.
Ing powder. agl3
At Jorgensen s may bo found tho pop
ular French nrsortcd pickles. tf
Inriinn t.n li,i. ,1 ,..,,r,f run Tat I im
White's oriental pickk-s, tf
jIosky refunded if unlet s goods don't
t.n in ur m ,i .ttiiinv liir iLtiTinr.ftr t ...
ci iiiuiia. ti iirttiiitcu ku tuti; tuu uuiii..
.. . . ... . i ,,,
Those French Cherries, in syrup, so
popular with connoiseur arc sold by Jor-l
uyhteiis. J.OUI& Jicrocri uua uiwna un
, . T tl.l . 1 .1 ...
bund n fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys-1
Oo to Parker & Blako's, cornor Com-
mcrclul uvenuo nnd 11th street, for Aurora
Fon Rent. Fivo rooms over tho city
council chamber. Ennuiro of Jacob C.
"A.good mnn loaveth an inhoritanco.'l
Insuro yourllfo In tho " Life Associa
tion of Amnrlon." scptdlw
-Everybody goes to Jorgensen's family
gorcory lor the iiaiioru i.eicnesierauim
At tbo Holmonico Hotel ong
hundred wcokly boardors. Flro meals
each day, price $0 per week.
nug29tf Wm. Winter.
Cheapest and Best. Mrs. Whit-
comb's Syruy for children Is sold by drug
gists for '-'5 conts a bottlo, nnd is an admir
able preparation for infantllo disordors.
Go to Jorgensen's for Imported Dun
dee orango marmalade, tbo celebrated
London crystal vlnegsr, i quarts, nd
choice Oenoeso figs. tf
Sleepinu Rooms ron Rent. Ton
wcllycntiluted slcoping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City Nutionul Bank.
For good pbotogruihs, porcolaln pic
tures, oy old pictures to bo copied, call on
Thomns, No. 121 Commercial avouue. Ho
is a good workman. Qlvo him a trial.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work
numerous engraving", 221 pages. Prico
CO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Sco Advertisement. tf
Fresh OYhTEKs. I am now rcceivlim
daily, tho eolebrated C. S. Maltby's II. anil
M. brand or fresh oysters, which are unri
valled, nnd.for solo by tho can or case on
the most reasonublo terms, try them, al
ways warranted good and fiesh.