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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1871.
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Pr. l ok (alitmlb lit hyt a. m., nnd TV
Prayer mct nK, Wwlmdny nt r x.
fondar fV!i.,ol,3 r. m, J. M l.an.den Super
Intended. Hrv. C. 11. Fonu., Pa.ter.
M 1 1 tiitlr T Cor. Kudith and Walnut Ft.
Prcachlns.R'sbWth lt'H1- K..nil Tr.
Prayer niretieg, Wedmsd, 7- e. a
rt 'a. rvhool j) p. . I.. W 8llli-ii,.riipcr
tntendcnU Iter. F. b.Twfs Pastor.
CllliHOH UFTIIF- IsniJKKStKII- tKpUOfl)
Motnlu rjct, Sabbath luJ-J a, m.
Earning prayeri.'K''
Sabbath School, 9 1. si. ... .
Her. Mi. Coax, Rector.
St. PATRICK'" CtU'HCH-w'pr. Ninth St. and
Washington Avenue.
PuUI irrflm.,eW.lli '"' "
Vesper s r. .
Sunday Sfhool, I r. v.
Serriceetery day, r. .
Hev. I'.J.O IIu.tfl". Pf1'"'
Cltltl-ITlAN-r.isthiccnih street.
Fai b(h -school, a. .. rttMrtth. ,
Preirhlnt, Hr,lMihlH " nn'' :',T' "'
Iter. J Fiirsn, Pator.
MWION PVSMY r-CHOOb In the Christian
' emirei., Eighteenth s.fct. bUlh ffonool a
r j, II, Hub, F.iperltitendcnU
VOUNfl MEN CHRISTIAN AS K3IATION-Rc
tilar mce Halt second Monday each montli it tr
Prayer roo,n ' ," P'cbyienan Church.
Weekly Prairr meeting, Friday, "W . i
the Prarer room of the Prcsb tcrian church
C. I'auom, President.
and CedAr.
sers.ee, Sabbath, 11 A. .
Sunday &"-hol, l)i r. m.
C;3r v.
l'n-Mluiijt,7K r.x. Her. Win. Jackson, Pto
sKCOSl) rKr.rWll,l,lHI'llH'-nil.putli Hi.
lietwceti Wnlm'tand Ceiiar.
Seitiue t'abti.th, lii mi I a r. m.
Iter. S. IlKit I'asfnr.
Knnn.wn.i. mnTiMTJioMB mi-mu. UN
IMV -CHilOL Corner ir nut ami Ceilarr-..
Hund j S hool, x.
FIH-T F KB HIM. HAPTIST CIIURCH-Cur-
rj'e llarrck. ...
-erruet, .-abo.ih 11 a. 3 e. a. and 7 . x.
Ke. VVx. Ksu.tr, Palor.
HU-TMISMOS's.RY II W isr ciiuncii-..et.
wi-rnluttianlHth etictt-, n.arCe-lar.
I're.clnnr Hllh 1V4 ftn'1
Prayer Mee'lni? 'P.iue.ly etenmg.
i-ahtiath! haul, IJi'- John an Baxter anil
Mary Stehn. 3u,r.riiit.nilent-.
lie,. TJ. uot, Pasto
STATE OFFICERS.
STATK OFFICERS.
flomn'r. Johu M. Palmer ;
l.ieuteDvn-OiH.rDor, Jol D Dougherty ;
secretary .( elate, Fla-d Rumrni-I i
Aud tor e.f sute, ". E. I.ippincott ,
uteTraur r, E.N.B.tn;
:a?i. 1'cbiK Uttraviltn, Nton Batcman.
COXGIIEisMEK.
f enters LymaaTrumbolland John A. Logan
Repreteaialiie for the state, at Lare Vacan. y.
Rl:eBu:.Te Th.rteenth bittrxt Jobs II
Ctrl.
M rIMBEIlS GENERAL VSsEilBLY.
s&aJor, li. UiitrKt T. A. E. Uokmb, of
Cew, and i. E. Gia.cf G.ll.tiE.
Re(rtc'.autt. lit Di.tn t H. VTausn 'Wbb.
cocsty"officers.
CT?xrn cocut.
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SI'KIKOPIELI) A.VO ILLINOIS
SOUTH LArjTKI'.N It. Jt.
Oa ai .rt.r Monday. Apnltnttj, trama wil
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tii o(a mnnimr,
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Arrlre at l.dgewooil "
The 6 i a in irlu (run F.dcewood, rune onl
Monday. W .dneJaapd Fnuare. and r.:4Si. m
train fmm B anneetown ou Turadayi, Thura-
UPT. .1.1. P.
Co .necii, ai Ahland with JaeVmonvllle cllrJaioti
f (!h CiiJ'l and Al'on It llrmii f. r Jackor.Tille
Peterabu n, Maun City, h nd all to nl. n, '
at npriiiK", ' "i"' "k" n'i A l , ,nj
'fnledo. VV.U-li and VV.Kern Kaiirnai, l"r
iuu'iiiui,"u, vm,vji.w, .i p.iuM uuriii,nbiiu
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At Pant Mlth In I. and Bt lrfuli, and uhdoii
Central Itulruad lor t-I I point eu nuuih and
OUtfeivt,
At Klgewood with Chicago Uirialoa lllinoii
Cantral iUllro'id.
At Flora, with phln aid Mlaatailp'ii Rulroid,
AtHhinerto'n, wllh eleamboau lor Cmcln.
aatl. P xlucah, Cairn and HI. I nun.
Jam Tnm, Ofo'J I't'gi and licks i ii'i. r
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(Jmern! Del.tery 7i30a.in.
(!uimIa) t lo V a.m.)
Money Ord-rdepajlnicnt :00 a.m. 6.00
KfRlter " " " 8:00 a.m. 610p.m.
Money Unier and RejUier departmenta nu
opeunn &uudj)K.
SECKETjjllDEHS.
THE MASONS.
Cairo ICoxxAXhtM, No 1.1. Slated Aim'd
at the Aylnm Miot)il Hall, flrnt and third ba..
nrdave In ncn month.
Caiuo Coi'scit. No. 21, eular Conriiealionat
Unnc Hall. the eecond Kriday I r. each month.
Curo Cn.rira. No. 71 'i.gular Coarocatlnii
t M.tnuuio Hall, on the third i'ues lay of eiery
Oiii Iibflt, No.i7 F, A A. M Regular Com.
iiiimciiticns nl Miaunin Hall, tha a.cond an.,
r.'iirih Mimlaja ol each month.
intra lnut, .o.6CS F. A. M. Regular Com
ntiiiicallona nt M-onlo Hall irot and third
I hurda) in each In until
THK ODO-rELLOWS.
Atr JAM ii I.OIMU, 2i. Meets In OdclFellow'a
Nil, in Art rV Iluillliig, crery Thursday ,eten
mir, at & o'clock
THE BULLETIN.
l'ubllilicI eery morning , Jlondny ex-
SHORT ITEMS.
The cirect committee had n meeting
last night.
Thu Entries hub factory will oon ho
in oporntion.
Juctt Wilcox is expected to arrire in
this city to-duy.
C. C. Duvidaon returned from Hew
Yoik yteterdity.
Kcjch it about to open a now restau
rant on Ohio lerce.
Tho new boiler for tho tug 'Cacbo"
will hoon be completed.
T. F. Bouton, of tho Joneiboro (7-
ittte, wai in town lait night.
II. T. Gerould, superintendent of the
Cairo City gai works, is Tiiltlng at Deca
Ur. The regular quarterly meeting of this
charge begins at the Methodist church this
eening.
Joe Able Is putting up a new building
on tbe'CornerofSixthslrcttand Wxibing-
tor. iTtrae.
M.r. "Wiuos, cf the signal station in
tVa itty, tti l-a itrtouily ill, but is co
rjitn-.g..
FT. V J. Grist will preach at tht
ilttlcJir. cisrei. ti,u tTtiiig a. 7 o'clock .
lit pcMic are iiTJUd.
PasI G Scizt ir.'irf J t: borz ytr.t:-
Ai laaei titl of drs-'i, ic.
T&t I.:: :ig ,f the lady's bs-
Tof a: t.At7 thiI i-t at it ;t3v!iK.
Mr. S. R Kay, oa &T,:b i-.rw..
TV i.e is ;h itnac Sochia r:n.
cx;.x.(!i f.- a Ift-ati ed!e ia :t
Th ala.-z of irt at 15 o'c!o:V last
3r&t xa rxuof! by a isal! re, Lie
iUsi by tfce xitchrcan at tl caitoro
Tij. K'zsrA iv:er cxpreii them-
i city.
Ti Lit (iK of tr lir& Ttrrnl-
'Tt. (h'sjUr IJtfc, li.Utd of Ilth, a
t?c Itliri.
A rzs'iuM fifciotd rerirtl it go-
U5e s t i.iUr o.' tb oVrd ch jrct-
-jra-r-tet.i laiitficWnlT
' dnrta by as rAi rsas, otttl
y-t fcL.V 2ry!.'i(S ta! lvi t
'SLA tat vft.trr&''AU. Car.ai At
4s! i.i.tr at r w?oa.
It.:;', mai U;t 'iu eaj bjf: Urixi
7nvt.-ivy Cr'Of. inu.-r.i, a rra.
txr oe- rJ lA-dy, ftr aieanHin; and itrilc
(MX
A r.ro taught ia th act of
iUrlr. ffxn a zrw.ry Hum ou
E
itik nrt, Ti proprifcwr of tbi
uVaUubmvdt gar l.im an applkation
of
! i:4tbr ar.d lt him depart.
Owing Vi thr KfM length ,,t the pro.
td1rig of ths dsrin rratio itafs cor.Teri.
tion, vblch w publiih rn the toond a.e
of tun morning i Uuiaruy, w ar corn
pullwl Ui allow arjuatitltj of other rnattr to
go uur until lo-tjorrov.
Would it not lo a gwl Idea for the
city council to have iho old ngrm that n.w
di-Oirate the new city building removed V
Orer tiut door luding to the city clerk
office ii the naniQ I). W, Hamlin," and
on the rear of the building "fend itoro."
Yi-iterday morning, at Irvington, a
coal train on tho Illinois Central rati off
tho track, dumping alrnott tho entire lend
of coal on tho track, thus delaying tho pas
senger trains about flro hours while the
truck whs being chared. Tho train that
is duo hero at 3.30 did riot arrive until 8
o'clock.
-Economy is a good thing, sometimes,
but wo can't aco where it cuinis in in
using so many of the tld partially decayed
boitrdi in repairing the sidewalk, between
Fourteenth and Twentieth streets. City
fathers, why not muko a good clean job of
it at once, and savo money in tho end, to
say nothing of tho broken llmba.
The inoit tiopulur shoe shop in town
is on 20Ui ntreet opposite the court home
hotel, where Win. Ehlers miinufactures
bootc and .h(; for his customers, warrant
ed to bo ot tho best French calf, kip (ir
mon.cco, und which he guanruleea to give
entire satisfaction. Call on h)m and you
win know how it is yourself
It havlig lecn reported that Willis
urcen, who attempted to kill his wiff
wit i an ux souie wek or ton days ago,was
concealed on an i.lund in the UissUiippl,
! "hi rt (. ft.uice abuse tu c iy,.SI.etiff Irvln
n id Chief .Mcew ytsterd.y soured tho
lslund,but co ild not UnJ hl.u. Ho w.is s-.-
tho Mnd tlmdiiy bf"rc, bat bar undoubt
edly chniiced hit rjiiarlera.
Englleli Cbow-Chow
und
ilonn Ketchup .
and u multitude
of
New Goods,
just received
at
Blxby & Koehler's.
Tho alarm of flro last evening
was occasioned by the burning of n ennd c
which had been placed on a book thHt ws
placed on a box that was sitting on
a bureau in a house on the cot
tier of Sixth street Hnd Wnshlngton aven
ue. If the book had burned and tho box
hud set flru to thu bureau m.d the bureau
hud set the houso on lire, wo might have
hnd a conflagration.
Tho Chicago Mecr Saloon, Win.
Schick, proprietor, os. 20 and 28 Eighth
ttteet, Is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of "Weiss' Beer, Liquors of avery
description, and aU kinds of foreign and
homo AVines. No ordinary liquors an
dispensed at the bar of tat saloon on 1)
tho very best, and guests find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread very day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual'tf.
Mr. L. P. Butler, at one timo a mem
ber of tha firm of Allen, Wobb& Butler,
of this city, but more rccontly of Mur
physboro, Jackson county, has formed a
co-partnership with Mr. Thos. G. Allen, of
st. Louis, as an equal partner, anu na'
tHkcn up his residence in that city. Mr.
Butler Is a good lawyer, a high-taned gen-
tloman, and will provo ft valuable ocqu'si
tion to the community in which he resides.
May ho live long and prosper.
Peter Saup has opened a bran nc w oy s
tcr saloon, 102 Commercial nvonue, where
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, the largest and most dolicious in
tho city,wbich he will soil tho by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with tho oxprcbs view of supplying
gentlemen and ludics with a place where
they mHy enjoy a meal of these toothsome
bivnlves quietly, without being disturbed
by tho bustle and noises incidental to tho
commonplace restaurant oyster room.
tf.
Tho following persons wero at tho St.
Charles yesterday:. Thomas Long, Hen
derson, Ky.; Ben,. Franklin, Henderson !
O. G. Carmon, Memphis; S. Scymore, St.
Louis; Mrs. and Miss Champion; J. 'W.
"Wheeler, wife and daughter, Ornnge, Miss ;
A. Imbie, Grtei.castle ; R. May, Vw
Y.irk ; W. P. Gregory, Bemout; M. Ba
krau, Louisville; T. I. Tany, Meridian,
Miss.; C. B. Newark, New York ; V. Col
lins, Paris, III,- F. E. Peebles, city; Tbos
Henry, Mrs. I. Henry, Mis N. Henry,
Thomas Henry, jr, John Henry and ser
vant, Mls A. Nugent, Mrs. Geo. Penves,
Miss BKe Pav and Henry Penves, all
f Mobi'.e, Ala.. Frank Brown and lady.
Pii3tb:N. B KeUoy, Moline. Ill; Col.
A L. Z:r.;. L. BalHach, M. U. Peck, 13. F
Culver a, ri- I. A. Kooken, all of Chicago;
I Sebaich, wife and niece, Milwaukee; 1.
B. Hill, Masos. Illv
Miss Ellen D. Err.e, formerly of
Kilatsazoo, having taVen up her residence
in Cairj, inform its pabtlc that she It de
lirocl of giving instruction in vocal and
instrumental music and in French. Miss
Eames come4 among us with excellent rt-
commenda'.ioni. During the late sesiion ol
tte Northwestern Academy of Music sbi
waj among the roost proficient in piano
forte practice and vocal instruction, and
tb coredactors of the academy unite in
their testimony to her thorough know)
yjg; of music atd her capability to U-ach
tie lime. Mi( Earnet resides In the houtt-
frrorly oupied by Mr. G. H. 01mtead
vl,t. . will bs happy to ri:ive pupils
and give auy intormatioc if required in re
gard to terms. tf.
Tl.e following were tie arrivals at the
Dflmonico Hotel for th paU twenty-four
bwrf, ending at midnight. Jrnt Cronnn,
Tipvnville, Tenn. ; Henry I) h!hauten,
Tipton ville, Ten.; Geo. H. Bnd.'ea, Char
leawc, Mo.; A. Alston, Brownsville, Ten.;
M. Boyd, Brownsville, Ten.; John Clln-
Un, Hrowr.sville, Ten.; Wrn. Butlidge,
Trj. ; Wit. Stone, Columbus, Miss ; Geo.
Little and wif. IJongola; C S. Delay, city;
Mrs. Shire, Memphis; Mr Toleson, Me
tr!U; Frank Brown and lady, Podu.
.b; Wrn. Hughes, Philadelphia; Mi.
H. B. HtruA. Bloomington ; L. H. Payne,
Akron, Ohio; J. M. Stone Metropolis, I.I;
.am: L. Elliott; Phil Saup, city; Sam
uel Wilson, city; H. Meyers, city, Jo.eph
Courtway, Charleaton, Mo.; M. Youngi
(Winion dominion of Canada;; Fmnk
Bryaa, Mo ; Jamef Halliday ; Cipt.I. II.
Bay, Mound City; D.Stallard, jr. Bal ard
county, Ky ; A Smiley, Ballard Cot, Ky.j
Perry Powers, Mound City; Mrs. W.'il.
Simmons, Ky.; T. B. Sims.St. Louis.
Fou Sals oh J'.k.vt Tho two story
fro mo houso situated on Comm-rchl-itv
etweon EigliUieoth and Nirieticnth-its.,
owned by John Hogarty, is oliorod at h
bargain. Tho houso contains, on the Ar t
floor a good and well arranged bar rofim,
neatly fitted up, a largo dining room,
kitchen and two sleeping rooms; and up
stairs six rooms. In thu reir of th i build-
ng is a porch ssith stejis hading upstairs
There is a good yard well enclosed ut
tached to thu premises. For particulars
apply to John Heoaktt,
ut tho Gibson house, cornnrof Commercial
avenuo and Fourth street. Oct. G, dlf
Geokqe the barber, whom everybody in
Uairo known, lately with Kichb.ich ikTheo
bold, ha opened a shop on Commercial v.
cnue, between Seventeenth ami Eighteenth
streets for the accommodation of the ladles
and gcntlomen of tho upper pnrt of the
cl y. Gi-org" is too well-known to nquirc
a rci'comnif iiilatlon from us, but wo ap'
glad to say tho l otirth Ward is fortunat"'
In being ablu to count him as a citizen and
his shop us un institution where nil work
will bo executed in tho higher stylu of thu
toiiboriul art.
Fon good photograph., porcelain pic
tures, or old picturs to be copied, cull on
Xliotuus, No, l'J4 Commurclul uvi'iiue. Ho
a u good workman. Give him a trial.
ptl6lf,
AoaUs.' dry corned 6thj a most doMclou
rilcle, ill nbundancu at JnrgciueoV pro
.'ry.tore. tf.
At JouaENHns'rt you can gel cither fruit,
.oriibi Is, Niipnk-oti, floral, inixi'd briliniit.
v!tr), t ii ii, A. B. (.'.. milk, domino, Os
).irnr, idfklf, Albert, colli-ge, -i.r forest
lln, lish bicuitfl, tf.
.1ct Hkokiveu. W. W. Thornton
reinli street between Commercial nveiuit
ilui Poplar street, has just received und Ir.
tore 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows ana
mouldings.
Sleennu Houmb ion BenT. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms In City Ni.
tlonul Bank building. Apply to
EDWAKD IJEZONIA,
At City Niitlotnil Jhmk.
Bkick Stoke ron Kent. Tho brick
aloro. No. "8, Ohio Levee, now 'occupied
ly F. M. Stockfleth. Eq , is offered lor
rent, and will bo vitcunl on the I81I1 inst.
Apply to Jno. B. Phillis.
oct3tf
FnE.ill Otsteiis. I am now recclvin
dally, tho celebrated C. S.Maltby's H. mid
M. brand of fresh oysters, which nr unri
valled, nnd for salo by the can or cuso on
the most reasonable terms, try them, sil-
wy warranted good ami fresh.
tf Wm. Winter.
For Sale on Exchanoe rort Cairo
Pp.operty. I have Ost Hundred anl
sixty acres of first-cluss unimprovco
land in Johnson county, which I will sell
on reiisonHb'o terms, or uxchHngo for Cain
citv properly. P. H. Pope.
dim
The nEST stock of geuuinc French calf
in the city may be found at "Win. Killers'
shop on Twentieth street, oppoite the
Court Houso hotel. If you want n good,
neat-fiitlng pair of boots, shoes, slippers
made on short notice, and irarrnnffu', call
on Lhlcrs.
Free Dance. John llonarty will give
n free danco at tho Gibson house, corner of
Fourth street nnd Commercial nvonur, on
Tuesday evening, October 10th. Tho bar
is well supplio 1 with tho choicest wines nnd
liquors, nnd cigars of tbo best brands. Ue-
garty invites all his friend to ho present.
oct'dtl
Fifty-Three. Mr. J. E. Park, hcrebv
informs the public that ho 1b now ready to
eervo customers with tho choicest fre-h
o.vster.", done up in nny stylo desired, at nl'
hour?, day or night. Tho bar of the res
taurant is supplied with thechoircst wines,
liquors, cigars, etc. Cull and eo him.
OctTtf
New Meat Market. Nick "Williams
will open his now meat market tjiis morn
ing at tho corner of Poplar nnd Twentieth
streets, where ho will keep constantly on
hand all kinds of meat nnd tho very bet
in the market. Ho will not permit un
butcher in the city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, nnd earnestly invites
the public to give him a call at his new
Hand. tf
Estrat Notice $10 Kkward. Stray
ed from the subscriber, on the 31t of Juiy
last, a large roan cow. She would weiyh
bout l.tOO pounds ut the. time she was
mls.-d. There are no fpecial marks aU.m
her except that her bag is unusually long.
I will pay ten dollars reward to any one
delivering the above devirlbed cow nt my
shop on the corner of Nineteenth and
Poplar trwt, Cairo, Ills.
iepl5tf James Kt.vasto.v.
I'HiLLir BauoiiIs master of his trsde
nd warrants all of his work to be sif tnc
(try b'.tt material and manufacture; uuht
.inteei. u complete fit and entire satisfac
tion, is not confined to any particular style,
but makes every variety of boots and shoe
from the heaviest cosshido to tho finest
French calf and morocco. He also keep-
Urge stock on hand, o hit wen manufae
fur', and any one desirous of purelmHnt
good cuUorn work cheap should cull on
turn at tils shop on Eighth st south side,
near corner of Ohio levy,- Cairo. dtf
The family grocery store of Blxby A:
Koehlcr is being patronized largely by peo
ple who Iik; fine groceries. Their location
on the north side of Eighth street,
tween Commercial and Wn'hlngton av
enues, is a central one, and their stock Iims
been selected wuh discrimination, then
fore this new candidatii for public patron
sge meets exactly tho wants of tlip peo
ple. Mesrs. Koehlcr ii Blxby propo.so to
ke'-p up their reputation by always selling
the boat of all sort of groceries to their
patron? und tho public, knowing that peo
ple generally aro awuro rif tho fact that
'irally good articles of any kind aro al
ways thu cheapest In tho oml. if
"Ci.tnia la TltUMI-a." Wo feel Justas.
conficent in making this assertion, as in
anything we ever laid in our llfo. "Wo do
not know much abojt card, but huvo of
ten heard the expression used that ''clubs
is trumps,1' it rid huvo an Idea that it mean
something superior to tho common order
of things That is our reason for using
the above cap'lon, for we are going to hs
something ab u' clubs. We am interest
ed n i lubs. "Wo do not mem tho Di-ltu
clu , of l o, i, or the oluh thut Is tii.d
in the national game, nor the club thut
was usol wb n Hilly Peterson wi struck.
It is a new kind of a club wo refer to,
recently discovered, and the shape it like
unto a fish, and, "in short," as Mlcnwber
would say, it is a fish, and goes by tho
cuphoneous name of "The American Club
Fish."
If our rcalors aro Ignorant of this club,
wo advise thetn t6 make its acquaintance
forthwith. "Wo do not know whether it
can bo found in Cairo. W only know
that tho (p-citnon wu tried came from
Louis Jorgxns in's, and wo didn't even ak
him If ho had any more. "When we read
the label on the box, winch say.
" tho American club fish is superior to snr
dines," our Indignation was too great f..r
utterance, for if theru is onn thing wu liko
better than another it is sardine-, and wo
have never bef.ro found a rival lu our fit
vorilo.
Louis did not'iisk us to write this. Wu
to ll of our own free will und accord. Wit
ate naturally generous, and wu want all ol
ur Irn-nUs, a. v.vli n. our un-m to en
Joy tins in wry. ound luxury und .ill uh
r th'y w ill pa) for. Wo r- p at, " clubs
u trumps "
S1'I.kkuid wluto cut inc. at Jorgonson's.
tf
CIKCCIT COURT.
conn. nt.AsDKt.r, .v co. vs. the i. c. ii. n
This mso Is etill pending and
like'y to lnt another wee' . Tho wholn i'V -d
dice h t" bo gone I irotigh with this
term h well n. tliM Nst. Tho luWAor '
iscit. tii wsry of It. Tiipy soem to think
1. I., too much Mveeliit . too long driiwli
out. The ude that wine will K-el hu,.p
n. doubt when the Ciia.- Is i-nilcd.
DUHKHEIMEllJVL'HST MARKT
John School will spread h grand lunch
and give a coticeri, ut his Wnshlngton hull
garden on Sunday afternoon, at J o clock
Tho lunch will consist of ftvb Imported
Durklieinier Wurst and suurkrotu. The
coiii't-rt will continuo during the ttuirj!iij
trnoiin. In the evening ft eotillor. 'paftj
vsill bo Klveti und nil lovers of tin tcrp
Iseliorcili art arc iitvllcd to ultond. d Jt
STOVES. '
We havo just rt-tvivcd a large stock
nf henlint; stoves for either coal oi
wood or both, suitable for oilier, halls par.
lors or dining rooms. !(' will tluiliente
any Cincinnati, hcann-UU or .V. Lvuit
retail price litt fur either conking or heat
ing itorea. Orders bv mail will receive
our prompt attention.
JJKERWART, UllTlIlV (JO.,
No. 130 Commercial uvenuc.
sep'ildlm - - " '
CIIAMIJER OF COMMERCE
FOB SALE 1 1
At public auction, on the 20th of Octo
ber, at No. "5 Ohio levee, nil tho lurniture,
books, paper', etc., npertalning thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent.
Dan. Hartman, Auctioneer.
octOdtd.
Arrested. A well-known citizen o
this city was u day, cr two since,bcforo one
of our city magistrates lor being drunk
and disorderly. Ho was fined tho usual
amount ?'J CO. After tho trial was over
ho might huvo been heard soliloquizing
thusly: " Now, this is tho second time I
havo been tin before a magistrate for the
samo oflciiEO. 'I might havo known it
if I had gono to Alba's in tho first placo
nnd got one of thoso smooth, clean, dell
c;ous shaves that Alba is known to give
to every ono who patronizes him, this
would not havo happened." Therefore,
rotder, tuko warning and always go to
Alba's barber shop, Commercial avenue,
betwoon Seventh and Eighth streets, tf
Notice. Chris. Anthes has opened Iris
new meat market in PnulSchuh's old drug
store, two doors below the post office
on Commcrcluluvenuc, and invites all his
acquaintances to a trial of his cut meats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, tic, &r.
Also corned beef, pork and hacon. Ills
hop is kept in the best of style, and' hi
customers served with neatness and dis
patch. The proprietor, Mr. Anthes, him
self attends to the shop, and his custom
ers may always feel assured of fair and
honorable treatment, full weight, and the
right change lack, whether they send their
children, or icrvaats or attend market
themselves. n.-ptGdlrn
P.ELIATJl.r.-AN'D SArn."Dr: Henry Boot
and Plant Pills uro mild and pleasant in
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nauea or griping. ll-lnt; entirely
Vt-gutahle, they can bv taken without r.
gard to diet or luin-. They aroti-o thi
livur and ewretiVo nruiina into hcnliln
aft:, n. throwing tT dineaso without , x
h. ustlru or dchilitulmg the system. Tr
ilium and you will W nntiel.-il. J'rict 'i-
c nrs a box. Sold b" "Iruggista nnd deul
era in m' diclneevers w ere Pn-pan-iJ l
t isrnfton .Medicine company, S' Lome.
Missouri. " rn0dm
B.-ad the carddescrlbing Dr. Battin
uer's family rnciliclries. The modi in..snre
n patent "r qu..ck prcpructi. ns, hut the
r 'i-tili of spi-ci'd siuay und experutocx of u
regular phy.ie'mti. ' ' Oct-tJitwlw
Infants. T.o t irritebleHnd renins,
of thi so tender little hou-ehold b ids nr
charmed as it wero into quiet nnd sweet
n-posc, by uvng Mrs. Whitcoiub's Syruj .
UUlduwlw
Go to Jorgensrn's for imported I)un
dee orant'o marmalude, tnu celebrate.)
London crystal vinegar, if quarts, and
choice Genoese figs. if
Marriage Guide. Interlining work
numerous engravings, Tli pace'. Prici
50 cent., Address j;r. Butts' Dispermary
No. 12 North Etullll) Street, St. Lom
llo. S.-o Advcrii'cmnit. ti
Wanteii At thu Delmonicn Hotel oni
hundred weekly boarder, Fivo .meals
each day, pricu C per week.
aug2!Jtf Wu. Winter.
FouSai.K. A cottage on l'Jth street
containing 7 roomi, cistoro and out
huuioa complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
Fop. Br.NT. Five roouia over tho tit
council chamber. Enquire of Jacob G
Ljnrh. septHtf
'i'hose French Cherries, in syrup, so
popular with uonnoiseur uro sjld by Jor
geriMin. if
Go to Dr. McUuuley for Uittlngnr's Fo
yer Drops. Warranted to euro the chilli
tl
Oyhtkkm. Louis ilorbert hasulwusor.
hand a fresh supply of Haddlo Jtock oys
ors. ' If
Try thu Amuriuin club Hah, put up in
oil, to ho found nl Jorgnns oi'a,
i , j ,
Tub best East India dry preserved gin
ger at JorgensunV. - tf.
Beautiful Imuuiu follow .GlJJot's bak
ing powuer. ugi;j
Monkt refunded if Clllel'a goods don't
plrasu, kglbV'owdatviim
The finest vuuillt chocoltio paste, in
glii'S, at Jorgi noin's. tf,
(ill. let' a waihing nisntiil makes wash
lug easy. ug 13
I'iiul G, Sohuh lolls Itiittiuger's inrdl
clne. tf
'Ihe hotels usu Oiiio. a extiacts nnd
powder. ug3
I JoitiiENSO.v lm J st roceHoda lurgesup-'
ply or Portland IjIiih berr s.a. Try ihnm. tf
Wki.', rei'.ula ed fuiiilhea u,o (iillet's
agiJeowdiiw'in
Boaudiau bwU.u us (JilUt'i. ai;13
RIVJ5R NEWS.
AUUIVI'.D.
Sirnmer Gltscow, Vick-'jur r
" Tom Jnaiior, N. u."
'! f. Jt.se,,),, .Woiiiphis,
ll'Inois.CuUimhii..
Jim. F.sk, Jr., Padiic.lh.
DKPAHTHW.
Slcnmor Ohike-.w. St L .iii.
" Tom .Insper, Jo.
" St Josuph, (J.).
" Illinois, Columbus
" .Ia. Fl.k, I'.dUlllh.
" A Irginla, N O.
Tho O .lo s,t u.i, point l,as fa!),,,, 0(ll
nch .It.co our Ihsi report, ,n,d thure is now
'Illy four lllfhee oil Bacon lt.,..b A I. ...
os ihe Ohio is ,tll. f,,ni, m,lkllf; lluviga.
moiB uii.icuii any oy Oay.
Tho MI.si.sippi mill loiiiinues in it,
lownward couisu. All tho river, nie
lower now than they i.avo been lor sevur,,.
tl-aM, and thu prospects urn iron,! C,,p si.!....
- - 0-v ..,t iiivill
to gel lower every day. ,
icsterduy bus.neis on tho leveo was
rather on the mti(!t order. W..ti,sr,..
cool, with it aim brczo blowing from tin
iiiugreaior pari ol tho day.
Tho Tom jHSour dlsclmruo.1 horn irm.
burr stones for CinCinn..ti, which will go
torougii oy run. She caiuo up drawing oj
feet. Hhu had lo ijet a baruo l.ero ..ml
lighten moro than it foot Loforoslio started
ior at jouis.
The St. Joseph put off hero 130 1ml...
ofeiiltoii und ICO bags dried fruit. She
camo up u low hours hchlnd time, and hail
a light trip for St. Ljuis.
The da. Fisk brought dowr. the Mnlll..
Kagon's trip, tho latter lnving turned
back from Pnducuh. Tho Fisk is doing
n uood buslnc-s just nt present. Nearly
nil tho Evansvilie bouts turn buck from
Puducah and tho Fisk bring down the.r
passengers und freight from that port.
Tho A. Baker left for Cape Giraideuu
under commund of dipt. Sum. Orr, Capt.
J. H. Bay having resigned. Since C'api.
Kiy has been on her sho has dotio a largo
business und made money i.,r hr owners.
Wehopoto seo dpt. P..iy in command
of another puckel soon.
Tho Virginia departed for Now Orleans
with a good nip on herself and barge
which sho hud .n tow.
Tho Glasgow from Vicksburg was light.
Alf. Armstrong, clerk of tho steamoi
Susio Silver, is lying dangerously til nt Si.
Louis.
It is reported that the fine steamer Belle
Memphis will be put in the C.Iro and
Memphis trade, during thj low wuter, li
ft tri-wcokly packet. ,
Wm. II. Brown, tho great coal king, has
employed John T. Taylor and George
Burt as pllou on his nosv tow-boat, Alice
Brown. Their time will date from tho lsi
of September, 1871, to the 1st of August,
1872. and they will bo paid tho sum ol
f3,G00 for tbuir services during that time,
whether they work or play.
Little Muck Clams iquairungs) i.t
Jori-ensoti s. tf
NEKVOl'S DKJJILII V,
Willi ll K ooiny i.IIC'II.ImiiIh, loss anlr
Ha' .lei.r hIo, I t ..liii.li.rt s-mla ion
li r H.-iiieii, ii'riiiisiorrli.i- . loo- ol
liower' fllz Is M.I. ol nii iiinri
i.ml ilsr.Milpiir.l luiiii-ieiii-t- i.i.il I,. I...
rlllls, nil. I a lotrroiKii s-iir- In ..mil-
liir-)- n .looi..iiililr Si. cl.ic .No
s'wc- ly-rltfln. ;.iuei o I ni in in " alm
in n in . itenl UfltlTe-, llio. .trike .
.ntthe '0t ol t'l Oltdcr. 'O'te tij, ir,.. ...
'em, arre-t th l.elmrg., nnd oinnirr i-.r n
ner.J , III" and Its ily to lie en .re rn n Tuej
ll-. L'l.reiJ trMHi.M lit .'H Prlee, J
wk'ge.ol f k-i in I a arge ti rial, ehicl,
Tel) i, nor u ' I'l Ij.trruie ui otd a-., or II
IM-reiiixl lj I SJo bf all .Jritgifl., ami em
IIMilo.i ie p . tm f Ad i e- H'l i. .h' y
p nfti oorneop .th .; Jte.o. liie Co , fc I llroal
ny F. V. P. t-CtlUIl,
hulTIM .eeawt? si-r. , . n i. . ii rt"l-
S. W A L T H H 6,
nrALia la
t
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
;.( mery desi-ripllon,
LATH, SHINGLES, C EDA It POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
OB D KBS SOLICITED.
S T : A M B O A T ' L TJ M II K II,
Furniahed on ehnrteit notice,
Coinnicrciiil-av, lict. 10th and llth-htc.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
. . . t
OTd
IIOU-.I: .1IOVI
IIOUSK .MOVING.
JAMES KJiiXJS'EDY,
IIOUSK .MOVKIl AND JJUILDIClt
I prepared to d all kind of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE BAISING
KEiWtllINO OF EVERY DKSCRIPTION
of Tlia xost ar.mvtr.tr Ttau
0
UM'.IIH left at Ihu re.Hlenee nt Mr. Ke'iini).
on Center Hirer i, next Ooor lo llio new .cure i
e. i r nl, Ire. .d to the u.tre of I'. U. llox II
the lluilaiiii olllre, w ll reee ve prninnt .It. l
QUICKEST BOUTE FKOM SOUTH
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caiio, New York, J1oton,
AID Alt.
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
1'ns.eiigertralns arrlre at and leas Cairo fol
low s
' mail. iirilll.
isi.i am am .n;iO, m,
Pspaar HiS3.,ui iii.".pm.
il.it li traias couiic.tt i tiantralu wllh train on th
ma
n, lleeatur, lllnimiiiign n, KI P.n, I, flallr,
Jleti'lotu, l-revirt,i.eii .. ';uhiiiiie, and
all polo l In ill noli, Mi onri,
llli.ii-.otit, i.i.'O'isiii aud
Inwa. And ivllli
Lint running Fu't and West for
i. Lull. "pnugll 1 1, l.''U llle,
l.'iiimiiiMll, i di . 1. 1 1 oils, 0 iliililliiH,
inl t Uliieugo itiili Midi un l.Vm I, . chlgan
noil hoiu, uid Fill-' uru. Fur w yn
ami C loig'i llullrua a lo,
li'droll, CI nl.nd, lliiikirM,
sl..nyi lleioll, Pluude I hla,
.n.gi I I alls, Brie, lltittalu,
tw Vera, I'lloleirtr, II tlinoi ,
Wn-liin I n.
A.D ALL lOlISTii EAST.
UU.'VN.WITIIK.
J 0 II N A. KOhllliKIl,
Manulteinrerof all kind i of
SHOT QUITS,
IUI''LJi.S AND PISTOFiS.
KEYS M.ADR T0 OltDEII
a.. ... . i.r.k mill . .im '.
llillll'.
FATI FACTION' WAItllANTF.l).
l'OSTOFFICE.
CAIUO, II.I.INUIN.
e.nrnd oi, hind. tiptsif
aKVKKAI. AUENT.
1 1 A 1 . 1 , 1 1 1 A V HIlflT 1 IS
GENERAL' AGENTS,
I'fiHWABDTN'n tvt, fOMMTCCin
HVIICIIAXTI
DEALERSJ IN FLOUR;
And A enta of
Olilo Itltssr nod Italian ha
S-A-X,T COMPAKIBS
70 Ohio Levee,
fs'Ki. 'Ll.ivni"
liu st ST is. 1 1 ;.
sT M W I 1. ii U N'T
li I i u l i a
BOAT STORES
OltOCGKlKS.
P B 0 V I S I 0 N H, E T C,
.o. no
Ohio Levee, :::::: Cairo, III.
oanra panMrriT rniro.
G. J). WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PBODUCE AND
COM.M ISSION M KRCII ANT,
5fo. 7(1 Olilo I. over.
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
rTeeal sitentlon glrtn to Contlpimeat
lirt' order..
WIS I'M AS IS IJUI OIU.
rvccMsoa roan a siocsruta
Ilellfyer sssirl Wliolranlc Denier n
Ir'orrlirit ssistl Ooinealle
LIQUORS, WlXEsS, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levke,
SrauoruiD tltoca, UtUO, 1I.LIN0I3.
EHkeepon hand cintantly a full stock ol
lid Uel.tuckv lluurliou, It je and Mouonxa
mi.. Wh..kle, Frencn llrsnaie, Holland (lln,
Itiiine aiiii Caluornla Wine. I nHf
WM. H. SOHUTTEIt,
Importer it.iU Wholraalc Drnler In
WINES, LIQUORS,
AMD
TOBACCO &c CXGrJiJ&B.
Agent for tho best brands of
OIIKAM AND STOCK Ah'i,
AND
Imported Aim of Different Hind.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl rAir-o, ILLINOIS.
tlH riTTF.RN.
II. T. GKHOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
ANt DXALXU IK
AN tlXTUItEM,
lii Fi'l.r'a an Plnmher' m 'erlal, Woosl
puinpa, K" am anu val a, stop
cojks ch ck vnl.ua, .
ats aocmT I'" a
Tufla Itrotliera I'stleiil Urjr Osta Meters!
A id M irehoit.e, Well 4 Co'a Aiitomatl Water
Helical' r aa, ruppiy vaivr lurairaino una.
WlMT.tR ft BLOCK, COMMIRCUL-AYIStTIJ

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