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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1871.
OL'It CHCJiCHES.
rnE.onrrEiiM.v nintti-!irtfi,
I7 hint Mth at V a. ., and "HtJJi.
f'rayrr meMthg, Wednesday t" r. .
Sunday Miool, J r. ; U. M. linsdtMi, Bnper
MCTIIoni8r--CftrI?lRht anil WAlnut
rrcchlD(t,fltWh J A. and ? r. p. ,
Pltyef '-. WiHIMdAjyTXV.V, "
Sondr iIiol r. M, L. WHtllwfll, Bupet
nt. R. F. J j. Tno(ir'V,T4f4r,
fciiurtcii ur wk iy?DKEi EnKpUoopi)
Mornlrtf ,prayers.jabrfitii JpJJ ft. i ; ,
iCsffllrig prajer?;
.'.Patrick's cnuKcir-tW. Nfmfi fti.and
Washington Arenae, (
JMlM errtee , Ssbbatti f an;J I6x . . . .
)yniMr.3f.).
au
.eerriceo.er u-jr - ,, , . .i
n ' Iter. P.J. O'ltltMiAit, Prieai.
CirBfJ'AN-EiMcnih Mrcrt. i "r;jJ
Gafcballi Hchdol, ! SaMst'i, ". nit i
Teaching, R.talh 10S nl ?K ft ,,.,
), Iter, i. FMih,-VMM.-L
MISSION SUNDAY SCIIUOL in the Christian'.
lureb,,Elfhln.h B.reet. .Babbatrr BoneVH ;
f' ' '. J, n. R a-', BtlJXf IhUriderU. ,
. OW.XOMW'SCUIlIiiTIAN ASdOClAVlQN-J.
hlar meeting erond Monday each month at'ti af
l-rajfrtroom of the Presbyterian: Charcn.
Weekly Prajer meeting, Friday, 7.r, .. at
the Prayer, room of tho Preibjterlan church.
C. Pam oxi, President.1
and Cedar.
Sertices, Sabbath, 11 A. H.
hunday bnhooli 14 r. u.
C.n3r. m.
Preaching, 7 r. . Iter. Wm. Jackson, Pajto
SECOND rHEE-W.Ll.UAPTl8T-rift.entb 81.
lictween Walnut and Cedar.
Humect 8abbth, 1J and 3 r. M.
Rer. I. R.cis.rasior.
KKKCWJLU BAPTIsrHOME MlSSIUm CN
IIATHCIIOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Sin,)
SliniVy School, 0 A. K.
KlltaT FREE 1VILL BAPTIST CIIURCII-Cur-
rA llArrarka'.
1
crT(cei. abbaih Jl a. m,,'3 r.x. and 7)4 r. H,, j(
tier. Wm. Kttut, Pstor.v ,
K11WTMIS3I0.VAIIV BAP1 1ST CHURCH-uet-vrcenluih&nillth
ttcoti, nearCodar.
I'renchtnr Babbath 10 a. ji., and 7,'J r. u.
Praver Meeting. Wednesday GTcntng.
I'rcanniux, rriua
t erenlnff:
habbalh i hool, 1
k r. m. John Van Halter and
Mar;
JT BtepUr
cu(irintenuenti.- f
Rev. T J. anoasi, Paato
STATE, OFFICERS? - . .
STATE OFFICERS.
Ooyernor, John I. Palmer;
LteutcnamOoTtrnor, John Doughorty ;
Secretary uf State, Edward Ituminel j
Auditor of State, C. E. Lippincott ;
StatoTreaiurerj ElN.BiUni '
Mupt. public Iuttruction, h'ewtonDatemao.
congressmen:
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John Lofran.
RepreseniatiT for tbe State at Larie Vacancy.'
Representatlre Thirteenth X)iatrict-Jahn SI
Crebs. ""
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBIiY.
SenfiUn' , 1st District T. A. E. llolcomb, of
Union, and S.K. Qihaon, of OiUatin. 4,.
lUpresentatlre, 1st DMrlft H. Wafson Webb.
COUSTY"oFFicERS. 1
CIBCC1T COUKT.
Judg D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Proaecutlng Attorney J. F. KcCartaeyf tf ;
Matste.
Circuit Clerk-Jno. Q. Ilanran.( ,
Sheng A. fl. irrln. .'
Wm. Martin, AMor'ani,Trnref.
COCXTt,,;OCKT.'' '
Judge P. Brou.
Alw.i'ff I. K. KcCrite aad H. Jttctt2Sct
Cerk lvxb C. Lvaen.
Coroner Ihn H. Gomae.
i - 4
MUNICIPAL GOVZRN3LENT.
Jiiror joha if. Luvifz.
Trei.tuer J. B. Tirler.
Couptro ler E. A. Uzretir
Cert-Vhiineirt. ' Ti IMa-J
l-il Andre Cis.
M' imj P. U. Pope.
1' -e Mt$-.itnUc EroU ad 15. SLaa
nej. Cluetct Police It H. lfycn.
IVi -e ComtiMei John bhethasi (day), aai
Jo. 11. VtUma mi J. W. Samx.tr, (sigkl.) '
SZLtCT COCXCIZ' .
Mayor John lI.Lan.tden, -
FircWard P. . sibab.
Swon-J-Viard-iC. R. VrooawanL
Ih rd Wrd Jno. Wood. ' ,
Fourth WatJ i. Suut Taylor.. . .' .
OtyavLwK W. P'UaUhlay and B(Hnrd.
boaed or ALBrBJtrirfv f,
PIR-Sr lAUlJaaea'lUarden, , , '
to Kieb, e
.i . laaaO'Wolde'n: ' .
KCJND WARU-R..H.Cunningharh, '
E.'Bnderf ' ' ' ' '
'lletiryjVint'er, ' ' A
"t7naSiraynr . . 4
TIIIKi) w AliD .Wmjotniitoo,
'ti Paiiick Pitsg':ald.
FOURTH WARD James Carroll.;
'O.lLEease.
. ."-J.UiMKcair.
i - a ctti coevcit; 1
I'rie OilT 'Council .meets In loint noaaion nn
KruUy ermlDg preosjlnx the first Monday of
IILICI COVCIi.. . -n
T. rSdect Council ractti onith crtt WaJnaa
tlHjr ud Thursday, attar the. second Honday la
if ii month. ' "
aoASD or. AlstaMur, '
1'iif Board of AUcrnien 'meets cn the firs
Jl iiirtay and Tuemlay In 'tjytrj' moath. '
couitiTjEft p Ttii,c6rjrcjL.
On .V(rri-Mefrj;i'Tflylor, Widder; Winter,
Wool auu MetcalfJ '
aid, R.kbd Uamihr.
tn.M.jJjerji!.iy6od, Cunningham nod Kleb.
We Jai'Measr. Carroll,- Buder tad
Wun iard ' . -OiiIiwiko
Messrs: Seaie, Waldar and Taylor,
Put Dnarfment Messrs, Rearden, Bwayno and
IUIIld)
AM Ufi-Mesis.8chuh,Wlnland Kleb.
i rW.j-restf(.Woo Iward, 8'vrayne'and Bud'ar.
tniitu-Ht,u, IJiJrd,.ttraUon andUetcali. ,
BmrJ V7reai;,-Th,4ynf,nd Messrs. Bear
deo, Winttr.Hiratton and Ca.tcll,
SI'IllNGPIELD A'ND ILLINOIS.
SOUTHEASTERN B.R.
Oamdsnsr Monday, ApTll 24th, 187J, uamswll
rua.Mio)'Owai
SOKtilERN DIVIBIOW. '
TS4ISS tOlaO ROITISAST.
i .... ir.... Mall, ' Exoraaa
""'ii:
u""'io aoatawast.
I.eaf. p.n, 'US!'" Mall.
Arrne .tBp,Da,1(iit.l5 ,, ,........:
; rra.iaa wim WffilS'
" Flora ...ifc tMO a.ta,
Arrira at Hhaktp(SD:rp m,LZ"
miu ooiau ilitu...."
LeaT Hhawnef unC.SS a.m ''
Klor... i-2:
..A:Vp.m
Th 6:a;in train from FRMrood'una ont
MondatK. W.dna4ayaand FndaS.-nd TA:nIjr:
-130
train from 8iiat()n On fueadays,' Thuri
"V ".""-."74-1
Co nwta ai Aal IauJn lb JaclconvilL rl Ulnoi.
ift 'i oago and Al'on II llro d. for Jackaonyilla.
;'eterbu it. Maaon City, and all points V"sf, '
1
i npringii'in. im viii ago and Alton -"mnd
Toledo, abaah and WtVurn RillroadTJ
Iifowiiiitf.q,leaBo, aad all rxiints north.Borti'1
AlPanawJt
. and 'tit. TmU iiWiM.t.
Central Kallroi
or all points east, aonth anr
soutfiat.
At ClEewood with Chlciso flLlIfni. m,.i.
Central Railroad; "".'
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mllsfspiniuilroad
J.H. rooaiTT.Osn'J i'rttt and Ticket aW. '
1 i 1 -'
t
THE Mil iA
Aatr. tnAT.
North, Tljroiiati
Atw.m.:ipJTi
..... " ..m.m. r.r20 '."m. ".00 p-tn.
XS.Os.lf p.m. ;oop,tn.
SjuI.'i, Way
ThroiichNiO.
phia Mitf b.iViMliiis.1
00 p.m,
Ohio ttlrer mute, (e.xce;t
Monday) itp.m. 0:00 p.m.
iron Mountain JVJ,.r.T?;M4iM. 11:00 p.m
and Friday -i-i COO p.m. 7;00ru.
Th.'bes, f ooe lalnl.dj; Uflnta .
fv- ll.,'-lUJf.lfJvt., . tt-
flir I CiOOp.m. 7itwa.m,
Mayllfld, KlandnllO' And
l.otfiMer Kjrmn..i.-..;.i..li:wjn.Tn,
4:00 p.m.
ornca uocrar ; 'r
Oineral Del vfry - 7iS0a.in.
(fuiidjn8io0a.m0 ' ' '
;uu a.ra
0.00
f!:00p.ro.
Monsj Ofilertw.Httaltrniertrtmonti no
tmeno4 Btindarn.
SECRET ORDERS.
Caiaa ifiouiAiaiiiJo,43.T-Blatedt Ainbl)
Vtha Asjium Masonn llall, first and third S.u
qrdars lnrach mpiili. ' Al
ICaibo Council, No. 21, Hegular Conrocational
aaonic llall. the aeeond TfTday In each month.
CAtao CnKaf Hot 7J.-r8ol Conrpcatloi
t Masonio Hall, oulliomiru l uesaayoi eiorj
"awi liOw.r.Kp.fflT.Pi A.M.-Rtgulal- XJoWi
munlratlonrint tfaaonlt) llall, th soond ant.
fourih Monday olfcsfch month." ' " u .
lnttaXOWia, No; M F. A; M. Regular Dom
municationa' at Maeonto llall 3rst and tblru
Thursdays In each month a a
AtiXAifDia Lopoi, 22i. Meets In OddFellow'a
H.ii. in Art j'fi.aailJIn.' eTerj.Thurtdar ;Tt
tag, aHo'cloak
THE "BUDLETIN.
PullUh4.CTery:M,6ntla, HorWtay
SHORT ITEMS. .
R. II, CuimiinKTn'bai' received hit
ndw goods. -s-v f r
Iko "Wnldcr has. rsturned. from ,tb-
cait whert lt'e'lias boon to buy goods.
OjJlTo of riumb'cr of "bftlroUos nro al
tenv fromthA cttf ftllcndlng'tho'bti Loufk
fair.
Yesterday , tai Adcllgbtfgljday,
Though suggcstlvo of chills, it was not at
'In'
an uiiiiij .
The Cairo TerpslcnQrcan ..Club, pre-
poso to give their first dance' on Friday
OMning, Ostobsr 12th.
Harrej fWalker, atttlft'BtJJfjcnolff
hotol. will snrnad nn nvstor lunch Ih
morning alio o'clocV.a Try it,,
Messrs. "Wilson andalQbcrly were the
only delegates from Alexander county a
tbe Democratic State Contention held at
Sprincfield yesterday.
,'5 Police 'batfness.u so our po
nco magistrates. ay icey cannoKtaraueir
salt. All of which speaks wall for tbe po
lka force of the city. I
Mayor Lansden and jnfe, CpKHnrd
tni wife, S. P. "VTherler and wife, and Mr.
Otorgf. Pishfr and v.ifa w&re.l tV.ataarV 1
er i aociable, btld tt vbt, Ddu clcb ra
lait rzzhL .
VT Tertffiay, -a Sat w s-
aiitr fi tht Ttrj Wl of ictiertr. o-
oer ola Houses rfSjoed bis jKifjiiun
a tie foIjc. Vi e bire iea iafonatid
agasi, ca Treat t gwii tstirtT-
itr, tiiii Sor Htrlaes iuj ncf Ttiigzud.
hieb u corrort.
9-At li..exrt rjigit--or rather tbii
aotting, Tom "Wicters came ot to tbe
Bcixmx ofSce in March" cf 'omebodv
htjitin't care nach.wfco. Before Uexing
th'eolSce he.Ut twd cnpfib"betl oj
ten we hare eatea for manv a day. Afur
depositing the aibresaid delicacies on our
table be became tiisy, and we kre sorry'
10 saj- wo were compueu to apply toe ex
treme DOiQt Of our hoot to his nnitrinr.
T0orguuen, BtfeooTricP'oYarwelftb
street and Washington avehue, bat rith"
but doubt, tbc,U(c,et.eisclSof grocer
ies in the'dtyr Tbe,uibly b'f JEnglJ'
biscuUvofejory. bra.are toabofound
tbcrii in nbundance-nd.of tho best quali
ty. In fact, everylhifiKi that should -be
kpna 11 rat-class u grocery a tore can bo'
foun4 at jyr'guisetfs. r.
' . ia I 1"'. r- .
, i juona ivcicnup
' and a multitude
" t NewOobdsf
' Justreceivcd i i a
ut
" , Ulxby& Koeliler'd.
Our ministerial visitors of last week
oxprcesed'thoms'elvos highly 'pleased with
them inner In which they woroenlertnincd
by our citizens. The lttr1hny concrat-
ulato themselves that soma four hundred
' L..,.. ... ..it. .
rn.cn, .wiin erroneous lucas of Cairo, her
people, habits, etc., after spondlng.a.wcak.
orabio impressions or'Onlro !hospltaHt
and with their minds disabused of tho
idea that tho city is a hot bed of fnver nnil
gUoitncl btiordlseasen , S
In another tilnrn In tkla. n,niS..K
. . fMVtMlilg a
BuLlctin will bo found runt i,iin nn.
" t, " t
i tho sale of books, furniture, etc.. of
the Cairo Chamber of Commute?, for tho
non-pytnenttfOfrenU t Thiat is rather
tough ' In fact,iitds a shame and'dlsgraco
to thulcity of Cairo. It Is as lltilo as tht.
merchants of Culrn ran tin fnr thntr nivn
rcrntttaldn'iisi!ntor)rlsIng'buBin'es.mon,to
ieo to lit that this advertls6rnjhtAis,wIth.
drawnUlild'tliB'rflntSinlfi. ' If lli'n-mi'iimVA,.
of' Oummerco cannot be revived and its
debts liquidated, let thgiratasf tpay off
inelr indebtedness and divide tho property
pf.tbe Iconcern among themselves, and let
it die out with as littlo publicity as dosiI-
Abftut 4:30 o'clock vestorrl'ttv'afffSen'iJ.S
wmie Uio steamer Southwestern was tak
... i . "I
ing oh freight at ths uppot warobouse. a
nrebrdkooutinhorhald. forward of tho
rprwari bateb, and Qmq,.tlin U soom
1 m tiotigtfkfi. woW'Mitri yed 'I'r?
put. os tue oxertlona of her crow. The
hatchc were button 4 down and .team
' W tl,'ldvbl: aiotherod,
'tho flro. Tho tug. Montauk, steamor Eck-'
Bnd alUouMraompanl wont tb'hor'
tssistanoerbDitbe fire had hcon maJitcrod
foro belr arrival. lMMibrdko'limt
atreshat about .cjitnt.o'clock. h,. .i.
puuinwesiern
western sounded a agnal of. (JJstres.
ckerl and tun Montauk wer nmm.
TheE
ly alongside rendgfeel her ajl'th'o mjS4
tanco in their power. Steam vas ngnfn
turned Into the bold, nnd it Is bellorj dthis
time clTectunlly smothered tho names,
Tint rtptrrlrt rr tho flro is lot known.
llor hold wa Ailed with corn, oats, pota
toes nnd n fow barrule of lnrd oil. f
1 Wlint ilnraneO she Ilu8 SUSlaillC'I i nt
this llmo unknown, nnd can not bo ncor-
tnlncd utitil.jhi) hold Is oponedand an ci-
f ntulnatton tnndo.
I'tlOBABtK lDKNTlPiqA,TION. In. TilK
Bulletin of yosterday morning wo stated
that tho romains of n dead man bad been
found at tbe end of tho avenuo some otgbt
tA!1. ?MM rl rru. i, .....
rW.DyJVn Tltchffrjlwho at 6tx4
rcccsflilzcd in tho description given of tho
clothing and tbo. articles., found in tho
pockets of thfjtottiCTjSlleTitoporty of a
youngman by tbe namo of Thos. Kennedy.
Youne-Koanedy was at tbe time of his it-
riyar IH Crrp,l?cnt for a firm of photo-
gntpbera,' tn Cleveland, Obirvut, stprtly,
afur hJs arrival iB this-clty,-from-fomtr
causo unknowrJost Jl situation, lie
remained here for tome time doingnothing
and finally ran"ou'tof money, and became
much depresscd.in spirits. ,IIo tried hard
ibta'in-- employment but all his eficfts
wcro unavallng. Ho at length became so
much out air heart at his unsuccessful at
tempts' to pblaj'n-aaltuatltjn that,
: .u TaT . i,.i
ho frit like golnj out aatt growing ,jim
elf into Ibe rlyer. After remaining 'at
Mr. P's for two or three weeks, ho one
morning left the bouse, tolling tho .family
that be irae going to Mound .City to get
money. togo t$Ws home.ln Pennsylynnla.
From that time upt& yesterday nothing
was heardof"liim,'and it'vras suppojMKlby
bis friends and acquaintanc.es-'tb&t be had
rono away, but would somo time come
bacfc or.writoto sorao one in this city.
AYitbln tbe past fow weeks Mr. Pitcher
Jiis received a number "of letters from F.
"k! TTonriAlr n.irll.ln Oiimlifirland conntv.
PennsylHsliiilnqdtrlbg the whereabouts oY
,bls son. From the'tene of Mr. Kennedy's
fetters wo aro led to believo that ho is a
man f considerable means, and htv twice
itarftd nis eon in business, but the' young
man, being of a roving disposition, would
not continue long In tatty Ono place. The
father seams much distressed at tbe ig
'orancc of his son's whoreaboutSj and asks
In a very 'feeling manner for the asalit-
ance of his acquaintances in this com
miinltv in ferreting him butJO Y"oung Ken-
nedyVas'a brbtber-in-law of C"W. Dunn,
at one time paymaster at Mound City; It
will be a sad .b'ow for the parents to learn
ot the death of their son, and especially
tho manner in which he is supposed to have
diod. Mr. PiJcber jrill,Hhlitnorning, go
to tho'country and gather up the remains'"
of the body, which were left' just as they
werefbaud by Mr. Tomer 1 in.
Tbe family grocery store of BJxby St
Koebler is being patronized largely .by peo
ple who like fine groceries. Their location;
m tbe north lids of Eighth street, be
tween C9raereial and Washington av-r-cu,
ii a ctrtra.1 one, and their stock has
Wt lBtwd with discrimiaVtion", tbert
ore this zitw candidate for public patron
are xnertt exbcsly tbe wants of tbe peo
ple. Messrs. Koehlec & Bixbr propose to
keep np tbtir repntation by always telling
tbe best of all torU of groceries to their
patrons and tbe p jbiic, knowing that peo
ple generally are aware of the fact that
really rood art ?cl-t ... of .. a ny-kiod r al-
ways the chearef j inhe ecd t t tf
WxtKEE Azsestzo. reformation was
received, yesterday by Sheriff Irvin of the
arrest of Charlie "Walker, by tbe authori-
T. i .. . . I
tttai at lentraita; v alter, was seen on tho
road between Villa Rldtre and Pulaski
stations on Tuesday afternoon. It is sup
poled be took We1 cars at Pnlas'ki station.
Having been porter at the St. Charles ho
tel Walker was. simply planning bis own,
detection by getting on one of the trains
on the Illinois Central, for all tho conduc
tors on trains arriving nt'ancVdcpiirting
from Cairo bavo their headquarters at tho
St. Charles. ' c
'Sheriff Irvin left for CerrtralU, op .ibe
.'2:46 p.m. train, and will, it Is supposed,
to turn, to Cairo with the prisoner in charge
n tlje 3:30 a.m. train.
Denial. It having been reportod that
Charlio Walkor, whilo escaping from tho
city,iiftd stopped at tho houso of Mr. Mil
ton Jenkins, in tho upper part of tho city,
Mr. J. roqucsts us to publish the following
denial:
I Caibo. October 4. 1B71.
I AM it. Editor It havlmr been renorted
that Charles Wnlkcr was at my house on
on tho nfghTof theTtll!ng "of George Tay
lor, wisu 10 say inn. wnnries walker
has never been at my house; and further
that rtcltber my fnloUy hor .mysdlf are
personally acquainted with him. It is said
that alketcme to(Tno Us n Maeori for as.
alstnnc ii alio untrue. IfWalkcfis a Ma
son Ijdo not know.itfjnnd it is n aid -of Ma
hotiB that "they"'kriow each qthcras well
in the dark as In davlieht."
Respoctfully.jj sJJilton Jrnkinh. i
-3I8 Ellen D. Eames, formerly of
Kalamazoo, huv.ing taken up hor residence
in Culro, informs tho public. that she Is de
slrousjof giving Instruction In vocal and
Instrumental music and In French. Miss
Kamcs comes among us with excellent re-
oommondutlons.'lJlurlngitffo lalo session of
tho Nprthwcstorn Academy of Music, she
,was ayiong tho most proficient in piano
fou4 practice and vocal instruction nnd
flhjconductors 0f tho academy unite In
moir suinony 10 per tnorougu 'knowl
edge of music and lior capability to teach
tho sajno. Mjsj Eames resides In thohous.e
formorly occupied fiy Mr.G. Hoimrtead
whero'sho will bo happy to receive pupils
and give auy information if required in re
feard tb terms. tr
- FoRRENf. - A two story frame hous,
on Poplar street; botween Seventeenth'ahd
Elghtqentbjitreetij containing soven room's
and a jarghl. ho b9uso fioished
thrcughout. Porch in front and rear.
EnqUlre.of J.VMocklcr. at tho.ji
qulrefj?
House," Commercial
avenuej between
Courtis, ana Sixth strpets, oct3d3t
"AT JOROKN8EN 8 you caa eel olthur friilt
corhbiUs,lNapoleoin,.folral, mlxpd briltant,
,n, gun, iu u. w raiiK, uomino. Os
Adams' dry crntd flsh, a m
article, naoundancej tttfsjprc
most delicious
.ajbrgeriien'i'j'rc
cirjitorc.
tf.
,imfimpt ill
ALEXANDER COUNJT.TEAOI!
.TEACHERS
INSJITqTE,
l j r V Cairo, Oot. 4, 1871.
inis xnstituto mot pursuant to adjourn
ment, After thoopenlng oxcrclscs, vb h
i onlst61 'of music fand' a 'p'rfiyeir'bjM- v
iilr. looto, tho roll was called, nnd 18
tcncliors answered to their names. Tho
following wcre'kdded td'tho'roll.
Gcorgo A. Sever nnd Riley Allen.
CRITIC.
Miss Anna Raymond was appointed
critic for tho day.
Mum.tiia.RiTBMiTrd."
Miss Kratzingcr drilled the class in this
study. During tho ciercise, tr. Sever ra
latcd some of his experlonco In teaching
mathematics, nnd particularly tho multi
plication table, from boglnnlng to end, and
to say It backwards as well as in tbo usual
way. Mr. Raymond mado some, remarks
on the subject of classes using their books
whon analyzing nnltoample, Hn'Ubos not
ioliovo in it 15 minutes woro occupied by
Mr. Raymond, Mr. Sever and Mr. John
son (of Villa Ridge) In discussing the dlf.
forent methods of teaching.
followed by
OEOORATHT, METHODS AND COURSES OF
study. Thlsoxcrciso was conducted by
Prof. Raymond.
Boforo bo commoncod, Mr. Maybrey
. tf..i .. - '
nroso anil went lor tno reponor 01 1111
Bulletin'. Ho tried to explain his posi
tion in regard to yesterday's proceedings.
He does believo In text books ia his school.
We humbly beg tho gentleman's pardon,
bukwc trust the next timo ho undertakes
to teach tbo teachers or tho young idea
how to shoot, he will mako his cxplalnn-
tions clearer, sojtba.wo may bo ablo to un
derstand him. Wo havo tho comfort of
knowing that wo are not tho only one who
misunderstood him yesterday. Wcro it
.n6t for that grain of comfort wo would bo
utterly demolished, Mr. Maybrey ought
nit to hido his light. under a bushel. His
education Is entirely too good for this part
of the country, where Egyptian darkness
rigpjhi Hov ought to go ;J to
some of our largo cities and whore his
efforts will be better appreciated, or if not
that,ho could follow the advico jf tho father
to .his son, " If your education is too good to
teach school, just open n little grocery." We
have no doubt he would do well in either
vocation. Mr. Mabrey, don't be too hard
on' us. We bavc no hope" of ever being
able to understand your method, they are
too deep for our feeble understanding and
wo wont do so any .more, we will be gtiod
and not even try to go beyond our depth.
Mr. Raymond spent three-quarter's of
an hour, telling his method of teaching ge
ography and illustrating' it on tbe black
board, followed by Dr. Aliyn on the
KXLATiox or phtsical oeoorapht to
POLITICAL OEOORAPHT.
ThVTdWl6rr'explaitM'WwTVe"Shd
mountains were formedand tho effect they
bad on the building up Of towns and Cities.
He dwelt at some" length on the gulf
stream, and the fact of its giving to Eng
land her warm climate, while' we received
in exchange,- tbe tons and daughters of
England, to inhabit our land. This was
but 'right. If we furnished to England her
grx-d climate, ii was but right that she
sho-ald give us some of the effects of that
climate in return.
This exercise occupied an hour, when tbe
institute adjourned to 2 o'clock p.m.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
At 2 o'clDck tbe roll was called. Twenty
nine teachers' were prefenL Three names
were added to the fqll,to-wit:' Mrs. Brown
lee, 'Miss Delia Hawkins, and Cora Bebce.
After tho usual exercise of sincinc. forfv
minutes wero oecupid- in the study of
written arithmetic, conducted by Mr
ltPAwn
14 a i
Tho superintendent' then called upon'
Miss Kelsay, to read her criticisms on
Tuesday's' proceedings. dTKls was follow
ed by a
hONQ(AND IlECEgS,
after which Miss A. L. Hatch taught her
class a lesson in
This was the first Instnnco whero the
scholars wore brought' into the school
room and taught in place of tho teachers.
We supposed "Teacher's Institutes" were
i ,t. . . . i .
j(vs"iiiiu lur mo iciicoers nna not for the
icnoiars, dui we llnd wo uro mistaken.
Miss Hatch has her class very well drilled,
though somo of them need to study the
spelling book a little more- Wo nro not
sure, however, if that beok is used mveh
in schools now. xWo seldom hear of it.
After drilling her p,upiU,tlree-quartfr3
ot an uour jjnu nssigrilng tjicm their.lcit.
sons for Jlondav. Miss lintel. ilimt..,.,i
tho class, and we were refreshed with, a
se.va an,d rcn.-.B.
Dr, Robert Allyn then proceeded to sny
.somothindntUoi t J
practice and theory ov teaching.
Tho Doctor th6u'ght iho practice was
the main thing after nil. In ordor that
the pupil may comprehond. tho.teachor
must first govern himself, and then the
pupil. Another point was discipline,
which was very different frcm' govern
ment. Tho teacher raut bq, superior to
his scholars, in order to discipline, teach
or govern them; Tt Is not physical fnro
that governs, but mind. Ono thing tie-
cessury was to ltnprdvo tho love of learn
ing tho puls! ' ' ' '
After tho doctor-was through with his rc.
murks, MrLswe'r tnado somo objections.
H i beliovod in corporal jpunlslunent, or
as lie expressod it, "regular 'knockdowns"
with pupils whh-Wo'tildiiot learn tlfolr lcs
sons. The doctor repllod by relating a
few anccdotorandf instances Wliero ttaoh
iers. had subdued refractory schnni i.i.
noral suasion Instead of corporal punish-
mem. Aiior invmng tno tenchprs to at
tend.a'(oclablo at.tho Club rooms Wcdnos.
day evening, tho session adjournod till to
morrow at 0 o'clock a.m.
Joroenson bW;jusrcculyed a large sup
ply of Portland bluo bcrrlos. Try them, tf
Gillet'b washing crystal makes wash
ing easy. ag 13
The finest vanilU chocolate pasto In
glass, at Jorgcnson'e. tf.
Splendid whlto cherries at Jorconssm's,
tf
... ' BOARD OF ALDERMEN, y
Hegu!ir meeting of tho noard of Atdermon.)
(Jociicri.UitAMSan, Caiho, 111.,
.octobur, l",l. .
Aldormrtti'ltcarden ln;thfa fcliif--' "
Prcsont Aldormnn Budur, Fitzgcral V
Mctcalf, Rcnrdcn, Sense, Stralton and
Hwnyno 7.
RILLS. ,
T'.c bill of tho Arab Flro company for
$051.15 expenses from July 1st U Octobui
1st was roportcd'back by tl.i fiiiiinco coin
mlitco recommending pnymont of thi
amount, losj $aj.60 for, express charges
nnuf$V.16 for repairTnglflag. v w ,
Alderman Stratton moved to allow as
recommended, Carried by tho following
voto: Ayos Fitzgerald, Mntcalf, Rear
den and Stratton 4. Nays Buder, Soasc
and Swn-.3. M '.I I t " 1 t I M
Tho'Bamrj'cbmmUtco Vfs6 TeJ6rtcd bick
tho bill of tbe Hibernian Flro Company,
with tbo recommendation that it bo re
ferred back to tho company with instruc
tions to furnish Itemized bills, and also to
have tho vouchers properly attested by tho
officers of tho, company, Tr ( .
Aldcrmhn Butler moved to' re
i refer back ns
recommended. Carried.
Tho bill of Thos. Median for $24 for
hauling 48 loads of lumber was presented,
and on motion of Alderman Stratton al
lowed as follows :
Ayos Buder, Fitzgerald, Motcalf, Rear-
don, Sce,, Stratton anlSwaync
Nny 0.
The printing committee to whom tho
following bills wcro referred reported the
samo back as correct : . h a ,
Jno. 11. Obcrly & Co., 640 copies of The
Bulletin, containing new ordinances, at
6 cents ncopy, $20.45.
Jno. H. Oberly & Co, publishing tho
council proceedings, now ordinances, etc
5124.85.
Cairo book bindery, for receipt book for
cltv t'easuror.
Aid. Stratton moved to allow.' t. ' . .
Aid. Buder moved to amend by acting
on tbo bills separately
Aid. 'Metcalf moved as an amendment
to the amendment that 8 cents each be
allowed for the extra copies of The Bul.
lktin. Carried UMri rr
The question now recurring on Aid.
Srnt ton's motion as amended It was car
ried, tho ayes and nays tbcrcon being as
follows : ' J
'Aves Buder, Mctcalf, Rearden and
Bwavne 0.
1 i'fT .
Nays Fitzgerald and Stratton 2.,
Aid. Buder, from the committeo on pe-'
lice and jail, presented o ,rorp, ,C I
Feuchtcr & Co., for $15 for a largo tub fnr
the hog pouRfirwT't wv. vm-k
On motion, the bill wns allowed as fol
lows: '
Ayes Buder, Fitzgerald, , Rearden,
Seasc and Stratton 0.
Nays Mctcalf.and Swaynprr2-ij
- On motion of Aid. Buder the Board
then adjourned. tn
M. J. Howlet,
City Clerk.
THE DRY GOODS TRADE.
THE MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT OT GOLD
STEIN AND ' ROSEN WATER THE FALL
TT.ADSf THE-M09T COMPLETE BTOCKDF
DRV OOOD3, READy .MADE CLOT II ISO,
hats, caps, etc., is dxinol
We yesterday paid a visit to tb? mam
moth establishment of Messrs. Goldstein
& Roscnwater, Commercial avenue, be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets, and must
confess our surprise at seeing tho immense
stock to bo found in this. house. --This firm
have long enjoyed tiuVroputatlrinof being
among tho hading dry good merchants ol
tbo city, and ono who will take the
pains to examine their stock, will need no
olher'assuranco of the truth bf thls re
port.
In tho dry goods lino thoy aro rccoiving
daily fresh; additions to1 their .'alrcady'iui
nietue stock. In tho tho lino of silks,
Irish poplins, volvnts and velveteens, etc.,
they bavo a most choice anil select assort
ment. Of Irish poplins alone, they havo
upwards of two hundred and fifty paterns,
of silks their stock is enormous; of velvet
and velvetincs it cannbt bo surpassed.
Ribbons, gloves, ladles collars, nnd nil the
minor articles that go toward making up
tho dress 'of a lady, nro to bo found hero
in abundance. Of tbolr' stock -'of ready
mado clothirg thero Is no end, and their
prices aro so reasonable that thoy have
built up a largo and profitable trade in'
this lino. In the way of lints and caps
they aro doing n big business.
Tho firm of Goldstein & Rosen
water nro" now prcparod to fill ordors for
goods, either at .wholesale or retail. Tho
wholesnlo business with thorn Is a new
feature, and thoy aro confidont of "their
ability to compote with othor markets in
tho sumo trade. ' As tbo season when poo
plo begin to prcparo for winter is now nt
ihand, we advise our readers to call upon
Messrs. Goldstein & Roscnwator before'
'purchasing elsowhoro. 1
Arrested. A woll.known citizon o
this city was a day, or two slncp,beforo one
of our city magistrates tor being drunk
and disorderly, Ho, was fined tho.uspol,
amount 0 CO.' After Itd trial vas over'
be plight liuvo been, hcurd soliloquizing
tbusly : ".Now, this Is tho second , llmo I
havo been up boforo a magistrate or, tho
samo, offense I 'might have 'known 'it-l-if
I had gone to Alba's In tho first plnco
and got one of thoso smooth, clcanj.dull
cloussli'atcs.tlint AlbaMsknowV togive
to.ovory ono who patronizes him, this
would not liuvo hnpponed." Therefore,
roador, tako warning and always go to
Alba's barber shop,' CornmSrclarnvenuo,
between Seventh and Eighth streets, tf
. 1 1
Resioned, Officer John 'Holmes yes
terday sent his resignation to Mayor Lane
don. The resignation oi' MV. Hol'mes will
cttj)so,a vacancy in tho poHcu . force that
Will bo huru to fill, lla has mado un ef
ficient officer and his absonco from the
furco will bo dooply folf
Bricf. Store for Rent. Tho brick
store, NO. 78, Ohio Lkvuo, now occupied
by F. M. Stockfloth, Esq'., is offered "for
rent, and will be .vacant on the lsth, J'nst;.
Apply to Jmo. B. Philus.
ociatf
Little Muck Clams (quatrangs) nt
Jorgnon'i. - ' ',,. tf
THE TEACHEnS INSTITUTE.
OURRErORTER imif EH.
If tlidtcAchcrs or Aloxahdcr corny
niiluarch Wr the wordMfiefMo nWu
sUir's.dlctloimry, thoy will find tho Ht'fipl
tlon to 1n""8cruptlloils cxKcthess In time."
Tliereforo, bo It remcmbcrcil " thnt 0 o'clock
doi'S not inonn h(!lf-pnst tino or JO o'clock,'"
a was wisely observed nt yestordav mon -1
lg's ses'lon.
Wo Imvo iven rt '-"ous thought nnd rc
ilcctlon to Mr. Mnbrej statements In n
s!rd to wbnt was, said or him in tho Jlul
lcltu's report of tho first dny'a, session of
IhorTeauhersMnstltatoiiml have cdmo to
tho coHclMoh tbattWo'cffjTnol'qhargo otlr:
eYyesiWuKsdrauch blamo 'asw.o, flr'At foil
disposed' to do. ;IfMr. Mr colild cbango
his politics In tho twinkling "of an eye
Usltwor'''why,56u1dri't hoclmngo his'
iirilnd'abouVlext books and tho llko ?
I In Ahc exorcises in rrfonlal nrlthmalla'
(yostoiJayjmorning at the Teachor's Instl
tutc, .Mr., Sfiybray, was call,cd tipqn to an-1
alyxe an. example." Ko immediately aruso
'and excused himself upon the plea of busi
ness He was vcrjr busy writing prepar.
Mig bls 'papcr bullet to fire at The Bullf.
tin. Of courso MUs Krattlngcr could do
no less than excuso tho gentlomari from so
simple n matlerns mental arith'matlc', when
all .his mental faculltcs wcro absorbed In
writing out his position.
T10 Teachers' Sociable In tti Delta
club rooms Inst evening was a very plcas
antaffaln Our homo and visiting tcncli
ors woro well represented, nnd the pres
ence of quite n number of citizens, their
wives and daughters, added pleasure and
Interest-to tho occasion-. Dr. Allyn, of
MbKoudreo College, a member of tho coti
fprerlqo which has just qloscd its session In
tjili city, was nmong those present. Dr.
AUyn raruaiued-in-Oairo- ntlend -the
'Teachers' Institute, run! his (prynco has
contributed much to the interest and profit
of tfcoSrojnt'f rl6u. ' r T .
If
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
FOR SALE 1 1
I At public auction, on tho 25th of Oclo
r, at No.'7C Ohio UVcealljs lurpiture,
books, papers, ctc npcrtaining thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent.
' Dan. Uartman, Auctioneer.
oclOdtd.
STOVES.
We havo just received a large stock
of heating stoves for either coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
dons or dining rooms. H'e tcitl duplicate
any Gnctnnatt, hcanmlle or St. votru
retdilprice littifor tithtr, ecak ag or AVarV
in storu. Orders by mall will receive
our promptnttention,
1 Beerwart, Orth & Co,
No, 13C Commercial avenue
ep21dlm
Lost $15 Rewari), Strayed, from tho
pr-imifts of Julius Surbain, on Fifteenth
s.rcet, between Wnlnut and Cedar streets,
on October 4th, a largo mule, between a
black and brown, nnd about IT hands high,
three years old, and no shoes on j tho hair
.s trimmed out of the Inside of tho car. A
regard cf S15 will be paid to the person
or persons returning tho above df-scribid
nnitnal to the above address.
Oct. 6-d3t
'TiiETet Eati-lndia dry prest-rved gin
ger ot JorgcnscnV, tf.
Lett. Mr. II .. Hasi.tll left yctcrday
foriLittle Rock, Arkansas.
For Sale. A eottwgo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses compUte. Apply to
- . ... m--;.w THORNTON.
Pon rood nhotoirranhs. poiweluln pic
tures, or old pictures to bo copied, call on
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenue. Ho
s a good' workman.. GIvohima tnal
1 - soptlotr.
Boakdino. A dcsirablo front room to
rent with board, suitable fcr two porsons
Also a fow single gentlemen can bo accom
modated with board. Apply on Eighteenth
street, Commercial ayoniujnpd Poplar St.
sept28dlw.
For Sale or Exchange for Cairo
PiprEKTv, I have One Hvad'LF.P-AJ'A.
Sixjr acres of first-class unimproved
land in Johnson county; whicif I will I soil
on reasonablo terms, or exchange for Cairo
clty'property. . ' P. H. Fori:.
dim
Fresh Ovhtkkh. I am now receiving
dally, tho celebratod 0. 6. Multby's II. nnd
M. brand of fresh oysters, wliicli nro unri
valled, nnd for salo by tho can or'caso on
tho most rcssonablo.terms,- try tbcrn.snl-
WftjB warranted good una iresii.
'tf Wm. Winter.
N:w Meat Market. Nick Williams
will open his new meat market this morn-
ing at tho cornpr of i'opiar nnu 1 wcqiiciu
streoU, whero hpi.)-jiV kn.op copstaptlyion
hand nil kinds of meat nnd tho very best
in tho mnrklUl He wlll nbt fSertnltUny
bucjicr in tho city to oxcol him. Nick
knows his business. -nnd (earnestly. invites
Iho' rlubllc tn glvo .birn .n ca al,hU H4W
stand. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' tf
Try tho AmorkWlfulrilBlr? jnlt'tip in
oil, to be found n.JorKongfyi's.
Phillip IIauoh is iuuter of his trade
and warrants all of bis work to be ef tho
verv bed material and manufacture: guar-
antees'tr"c"diHI6lenrimdntlroaUs
tIon,llsnot confined, to anylpartlcular stylo,
but. makes every yarejy.of boots nnd shoes
from the heaviest cowhldo to tho llnost
Fronch;cairn9dr4urpcc(.i (Tl9ra)so ikbops
a largo stock on hand, of hit own manufac
lure, nnd any ono desirous of purchasing
Boodlcubtom work cheap should pall on
hipv at his shop onT5liilith7st4 fouth side,
near corner ot Ohio Jovee, Cairo. dtf
h Poh Sale. Tho two'story framo houso
(IJutted on Commorcuil . avenue, botweon
Eit-hiocath and.Nln;teentli1TtrccU, owned
by John Hogarty, la, offered for salo at a
'bargain. Thu houso contains, ion the first
floof n Ef)9d a(1 .,well..arranged,bai: room,
nentlyJHtoa .up, u largo .uiniug. room,
kitolipn nnd two sleeping rooms; and up
6talrs,six rooms. In tho'roar ot tne uunu
ng Is a pqrch with steps loading up.stairs.
Thure is a good yard Well enidosed at
tached to tho premises.. For particulars
apply to John Ueoaiity,
at tlio Gibson houso, corner of Commoroial
nvomana jfourfn Btree uct. o, an
STATE CONVENTION.
A.-Jk' I II I Nil lili III
ADOPTKD-
UUaN.H. . IIAVH, OF CIIICAG
iNUMlNATED.
A MOST IIAIlMON'IOrSCON'VR
TION.
Oiecl.l Dispatch to (be Cairo hi'LiMin.
Spbinqfikld, 111., Oct. 4. Tho den
crntlo elulo convention met in this city
day, nnd was very largely attended.
J. U. HlnchclliT, of St. Clair, was ek
ed temporary clmlrman.and John H. Ob
ly, or Alexander, secretary.
Aftor dinner the convention reassc
bled and elected O. 8. feklnnor, of Adm
permanent chairman, and John H.Obcr
of Aloxandcr, secretary.
a. a. iii iirfliii 1 1 1 n Li 1 1 r in nai nnnni ni hit
which
HON. S. 8. HATS,
rxf rl.l..M. r
" ' e' v
man nt largo by acclamation.
The convention was very harmonlo
and enthusiastic.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
DELMONICO.
a no louowing were iih arrivau at i
ri.lM ..I.. TI ... . r
rrl. . .. . . . .
hours ending at 12 o'clock, p. m.
Gcorgo Martin, Gatcivllle, Tex.j Jol
IV IIIKICl UllllllllilV A I Im 111 V nn
New Orleans, La, Mrs. Vnlker, Ro
Clair, III.; Floyd E. Crane. Fallon.
i nomas iicinpiiiu, Cincinnati, u.j Jr.
Lyon, Metropolis, III4 T. McNamar
uinuinnni . u.: r ran it rpoir. 1 nteann 11
J. H,.BrnnwIcli. bt. Louis, Moj J.
smuii. Illinois: uosenn ArecAf. nnti 11
F. I-arrin, Pulaski, III.
WEATHER REPORT.
Cairo, III-, Oct. 410:40, p.m.
A 1 1 lM a 1 - M rf lalaiiraml tt-rtrl Ankrti .
tho benefit of Commerce. The fcllowla
.1., ...I.n.rtl mAlM.nl..i.iiMl . irv rrl r.a.l.
-'4 hours onuin,? 10:40, p. m.
Is.aoMtTta:
I Tuianoimta.
PiAca'
or OMraTATio.
IA
5 f? S
Cairo .. ,... W:W 2:J M
Colcaj!,-. ... tJ:Wi W:t7 M
Cmelnnatl, 11...... r)9 J 29.8J M
tureniort, Iowa. 2:f .!' C
(jAltp.inn ,? H
enTenwortii.--.lJ:al.tie:ii I u
lKlllnllr. K.-l-fJW l.2 Ui?il U
MrniPhn. Tenn .,v:V .Si.at Si
NaahriMr, Tcnn..'3i):0 ri.-oitso.av 7
Sew OrleAf, tJk :W U1 t"it) Ml 43
Omaha .Nebra.ka24:,7(.iliC C3
I'lti.bilfgh, IH . '.:, W.-M 3:ia 61
ft. Lnuli., Mo...M. .M rJ.7il29.82l 3T
i-l. Pul. M.iin,..'.o,.,2'.li 4
K'lrefMMjrt Ij ,r.T. tvAZ:'M tf)
Vioksbfir-j.Sti-f. j-,.lni:ji3J.to U
NEW RESTAURANT-
inn minin ppnpra iv. lurouiru liiu l-ojuiiiu
(if THE 1IULLETIN, mat no lias UUCU up
IirSl-ClnI9 liakUUf Ull. Ill .flu huh, vaicinvm
J - "
1 . -r ...! 1 II...... 111 .1
I nn DPSL 01 wnirs nnu lliinuia "in w
. 1. . .1 . 1 .1.. nln...
WH1. oil nniii,, nnu ,,. un.,? - - -
I ... I- . . . fT . .1 En.n fn. ru f .mfllfA
JldllS will m) luriiimuu n. ail uvu,,
i'moiIi will receive Doiito and constant at-
IVII.IUII. ....... ...
restaurant n success nnu a popular rosuiv
for tho leisuro hour. in
1 ivhtvrr. iui iicrueri unsuinasou
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys-
crs. "
The hotels
powder.
usa Uil.Cta
extracts and
Bgl3
Paul G. Schuh soils Rattlnger'i medi-
cinei. "
-Those French Cherries, in syrup, 10
popular with connolseun. are sold by Jor
gcnien. 11
Monet refunded tf Gillet's goods don't
plcoso.i agl3eowdaw2m
. RIVER NEWS.
ARRIVED
Stuamor, Falls Pilot, Now Orloans.
... ' .11 . I. A, 1 1
j" Illinois, Vvoiunioua.
j Jas.Pisk.Jr., Pitdttcah.
" Umpire, Evansvlllo.
f " jiouniuirieur, ov. Ajum.
'' Colorado, St. i.ouis.
' . DEPARTED.
Sloamer, Argonaut, St. Louis.
.1
Uuiplro, Evansvlllo.
Mountaineer, Memphis.
i Illinois, uotumuus-
Jiib. Fisk, Jr., Paducab.
uoiorauo, vicmuurg.
Hpro tho Ohio lias'fallon ono inch dur
ing tho past twenty-four hours, with six
inches on Bacon rook.
Tho Mississippi Is falling, with 4J feet
scanl in tho channel. Thero is only OJ
feot below Memphis.
Business on tho loveo was brisk. Tbe
weather was clear and pleasant.
Tho Jails Pilot brought up a tow of
empty barges from New Orloans. She has
laid up for tho prcsont.
Tho Jns. Fisk, Jr., brought down a Ana
trip of froight and people
Tho Ada Hcllman cloarod for Memphis
woll laden.
Tho Umplro has withdrawn from tho
Louisvlllo trnde, and has sltick up her
shlnglo as nn Indepondont Evnsvie
packet. She bus boon chartered by Cap
tain Jack Gruminer. Sho brought down a
fair cargo of roshipping froight.
Tho Mountnlnoor had a good load for
Memphis. Sho roportcd tho City of Quin
oy aground at Turkey Islund.
Tlio Eckertls storing the froight of the
Sllvor Bow on Phillip's wharf boat.
Tho Lumsdon turned back from Padu
cab on her last trip and forwarded her
froight by tho Fisk,
Tho Cairo City whnrfboat will bo takou
to Mound City to-day nnd.go on tho ways
for recaulklng, .

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