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TIHETAIILE or THE JI.L1.NOIS CENTRAL R. K.
Onn linrund.iT,M: lh loll, tin- folli.w
. i,,r-i.h!e MI (intern the arrival and ilepttt
of insii .vr lmln at t. iroi
' Mull train, daily - 11:41 J'.ni
Kxpieaa, daily - 2:11pm
r.fre Mail, dally - - 3.80 a.r-..
' Exprtsa. dally, except Sunday 8.a'.n"'
No change iifcara fioml!i" in St Loula. 3"
chime Hi wr froir Calr" to C'ucJgo.
.rawing K'im aleepmR- car on nijM
BiK ehced t" alt lmt.rirlnt fir'.
HBSHY rEIll AN-E jiMh-lr '
Prea hm S-ahhatbetto!'- .od'r'M'
'V-'irtfM' ut.: Super
Mn'llol'I'T-O'r. EutMh and Walnut St.
p,,.tl.,rw,s'oa1' ' 7
Prat--. ibHI K. WV.In. l it. :.S' -
Hint J'""' . ' w- ellle!l,-Snpe'.
1 iien-i-nt. H . F. I..Tiigros, l'astor.
rilbliCII OF THE KEDKBMKK-(l'.plcopl)
Morning ftujeir, Sablutli 10-J 4. M.
K.rnlng prayer 74 r. .
blnthsi!hool,. i ..
Pet. Ma. Coax, Rector.
r. PATR'CK 5 CllUKCH--r .Ninth M.tnn
I'u'.lia erne-, feahbitliSJ and 10,'a. .
Wper Sr. m.
fcunday school, 5 r. .
feenlceeiery day, Sr. .
iicv. p.j. u'iri""'. Prim
al ri TIAN E'hteenib street.
.- bith -uh-Hal, . .. sabbath.
iT.-achlni , d . i.ltn lovj a. .".. an J TfJ r. m .
Her J f sitsD, Ptor.
Ml-rlOS SUNDAY ?CII K)L Iu the Cnnstlat,
Cbarcli, Ktgbteeuth -.rtu iwbbith scnool
r" ' J. B. P.t.ii. Superintendent.
il-NOMEVi CHRISTIAN AS.ClATlON-RfK
ur meetltix .eeond Mondtt ecl raon'.n i tl
It.j-r room vt the I'resbTtenao Chureb
Weekly Prayer raeetioff, 'riuay. :,S r.
m- I'MTfr room of the Fre.by terianehur b.
C. !'..., rf il Jmt.
vUJ Ciia-. . . ,,
s. rar. ubbath. II a. x.
Miwi.y -b ol. I'A T. x.
Prf bisc,TS r- R'T- Wm- Jtli,cn' p''
sE'-VS.- rKEE-WILLBU'TIai-FiflMBth t.
itic In' t t-A Car.
s,ir hbo.tb, 1H n 1 3 t. h.
P.T. v. Kicti.Putor.
FREE-WILl. BlPriT H'JM'I Mlviw fUN
tI ilXlb Cortr nut nl C-Jr fci.
.-ud.) i !l. '
FlRiT KbEE tt ILL HAITIST CUUKCH-Cur-
nbbih 11 i. J r. . nd "H r. .
Kr. Wic. UllllT, l'itor.
-iK-TMIs10VRY BAP 'hi CHLT.CH-utt-nalwthaoilltb
?5thV bH.I. l)i r . John Vn Biitr nd
iUri sup'n surint iid-nt.
K. TJ. rtnjJ.li, Pato
GournT. John M. Plmeri
L-.eunMi-OoTrrnor. John Dmightriy j
w!ltilJ "I Mtcf E4T Uum iicl ;
Aud ot sutf , O. E. Liprincott ,
St!T'"' . v.. S.U-,
mix. PuUic luttrucnoii, :nttonI)Um3.
.cnlorp-L) tn,n Trumbull ia J John A,,L il'
KppmvnMllipf.H tho.-;ll at I.
Cnb.. .... itA L ASSEMBLY.
M K "1 ',i,lr,'-1 "" II oleum . ot
and ?. K. (ii!oii,uf tili.tln.
UeprciinUtic, lt liin i II. Wntron Webb.
Jude I) J. llikiT, of Al-x.n.lcr.
I'roMCUlinj! Atloruoj J. I". JUCarlnej- ol
Cir uit Cltrk Jno. Q. H&rman.
Siipr it A. H. Iriln.
H ni. M.irt n, 4'por am Tfpoiiiror.
co I'M y cocitr.
Judge F. Ilroi".
A-'oi.v i i; MtCrile 'nd 8. Jlnrchlldon.
Clrk Jwob O. Lf ocb.
Krou-r bu II. ttu.kinao.
JIj-or loin JI. l.tn;do.
T c;.iur I. U. rWor.
Oi nptroler C. A. Ilurncti
CI rk M ohael tlolfy.
.Ma .hl ulfiw Cik.
All riifj P. II. Pope.
Police M igntrte F. Droit nd U. 8bn.
i ntol Pollc U II. JIyer.
I' .l.oe Cnn.tilei lolin ritiihtD) (dy), nd
i J.', il. kVlrrun an i J. W. sumbtr, (nlht.)
Mayor John M. Lin-Jto,
l-ir. Ward P. li. Jhih.
v nl iarJ J. K.Uoo4ard.
J b rd Wtd Juo. Wood,
fojrtti Wr 1 ). huat. T .y'nr.
ti;.t.U'j W. P lU'liday and I). Hurd.
UOAKD (if ALDEUMKN.
' WAKD ;m. H. fiD,
lnc Will lea.
t.: i.N'D V.'AUD-R. ll.Cjtninbam,
rih.tD WARD Win. Uralim,
fV UTIf WARD-Jne. Varrutl.J
0. II fM,
7Vm of- Mt'tinj.
CUT OHMlI RVtKM 't !.'. tXllAn Alt
Kr.l.y i2 p't-.is ar.c )t.ot.iy nt
nut r iiaianai.
i xrird frf Hravn mti on tbo Art
Mr.t.Mkj a4TnUy i itry month.
COHMITTEtS or TUE COUNCIL.
j ti4-Me.ri. T)l(ir, Walder, Winter,
Wool ami Metcalf.
!!, eaid lUlllday.
Cwm Mturn. ood, Cunning). am and Kleb.
Um ai Joi Meorn, Carroll, Under and
Ofibii limn. Sent, Waldcr and Taylor.
Vt DepartHint Mem. IU-arden,8wayne and
.V lf-Mmia. B. htih, Winter and Kleb,
ii.ifm.;-Mn-r.Woo I ward, hwavneand Buder.
;a;-M-ra, Hurd, trai:.n nn.IMnti.il.
Ii"iri t iftalA-Th . a(.r, nd Mckr. Bear,
ilf n, mmr.HirHitoa and Ca roll.
til'LliMMU UJ'l'UUTUNlTY FOR
niui'UAiibii if v l'.aTMKNTS.
Il' .11 1 . I I a, .11.. .1- .
ctjjKr 1 tli, oil ti... ,, ,. ,,( Kv.inilie.lnJ
iiio ban .a Mile bml iiu lr,i. Tl,..t t, i. 1: '
IUI the iiel ll nch and El.a. iiUririri.i.
mi i mni"i ni ;i.-i-iiHT "I ti.e city. T- nn ni
n!i-: l'Hb. II1.U in M,d J ir H
The Illinois Central IU I It a ' Com any tioyi
oB r nr le ib lnllowii). tint r ed lo a Is riri
A', iiii'in In ill' CI I) of Cairo, vlt
Lot '.'7 block VI. Lt St block C
is " Vi, " " e.,
.i 4 ii ti, "
. ( 'i hi, " 31
' S " H, . " ' '
Krrm,ele. apply to JAMLUJQU.N ON,
... :iWii.in. tip.-n
.. SiW p.m. Ui'W p.m.
,.ia.li p.m. ;iJ p.m.
Olih lb -r n"'1' 1
.i..,n K '!.-
i'Wp.in. r. p.m.
, 3.-cn.ni. H:twp.m.
C V"r". T",,'I"J,
T.ii'. (,,"0 I'1"'11 ?',.nl!4
V . 1 f.:Wp.m.
iloilrW, lt!u'lf.l.c ad
iont-. Ky U;09R.m.
OTcrnl I--l '-rj 7w.in.
uniwv unl r l..R.itiutnt :W "'.
iltKi.tcr " 8.10 .m. 6.w)p.m.
Monfj Ot.lcr md ltriner otp"""" -
tiMoVunxnow, No A.mM
tne l.)M.nM.-oni. Uall, fir.tnlthird pa
jt.lat" much inontb.
CotoCwMi No.2l.-'r"lr ConrrK-.tion t
l.m c lUll.tbe i-rcond KrlJuy lnoh menth.
..i. i'ii tntE Nu. 71 H.KUlr CoaTOCitmu
m o" tte th.rd iued., of ery
"til!;.; I, No.W F. A A. M Kg.ilr Com
nrn'uooi l M.o0lc lUM-.r.t .nd tblni
tnit I)Wi 22.-M-t In OJdFoUoT.
I'ubllHhcU every mornlna;, Jlondny
Phil. Sup (s at home again.
Tbc public schools will open again
Buinc, like a man at the bottom of a
well, ii looking up in Cairo.
Elder "V. J. Grant preached at the
Methodist church last night.
Alf. Cutting of Metropolis, find Cap'.
Uan.blctcn, of Mound City, were in town
To-morrow evening tho ladies' lencv-
olent society will hold forth at S. K. Hay's,
on Seventh ttrcet.
The Illinois Central railroad company
are reciving at thl point an uverago of
hundred caw of freight each day.
The surveyors on the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad have resched a point about
eleven miles from Cairo, near tho end of
Judije Bross will leave town to-day
lo muml the meeting of the Grand Loth"
of O ld-Fellows, winch meets at ouav
Tue-day neat. ..gnatn, jr
Mr"."- Jlr'' R"v'rlen1 1,1 tllis ci,y
liimappv parents of an cit,Lt
i'eop.c who arc anxious to have tho
canvits for county treasurer comtnvneu nt
o.icc 'houUl rcmi-inbcs that we have a
month licforu u- yet.
The Heamer Ctipitnl City will leave
our w nrftliis evening for Mcmptils,ViLks
burg and New Orleans. For treight or
pitnagf iipply on board or to .litn Biggs,
In answer to the communication of
"Jinny Citizens," us to the whereabouts
of .Mclvcndrcc college. AVu have to sa,
tho cuilrgu is siltiiiied ut Lebanon, St.
Cluir county, Illinoi.
Tho O. io river, nt the foot of Eight
eenth strftt, ynterdnv nt 2 o'clock, am..
ood 11 ty foot and two inches bcl.w the
igh wutir murk of 1807. The Ohio river
.Vat never known to be so low.
The ro'tiUr monthly meeting of tho
Voung Jicn's Christiin Aisociatinn will
bj held in tho Pre.bvterian church on
donJ.iy evening next. The exercises
villcotiiiitof eii4y,reailngs, oratlons,etc.
The flno steamer Indiana is advrr-lsi-d
to leave Cuiro to-day for Memphis,
Vitksburg Knd New Orleans. The Indi
ana is a good Htid snfii boat. Southern
boind pasx-ngers will do wfl. to give her
a tr hi.
Judge Bross has had nt least twenty
applications for admission of paupers
to l c county poor hou-e within the last
week. The pauprs wcro nearly nil from
Kentucky and Mifsnuri. However, none
of them were admitted.
One hundred dollars invested at C per
cent, fur fifty years amounts to $1,81J.IJ1
One hundred dolhrs iuveatud at 10 per
f.nt for fitty y-ars amounts to $11,730.09.
New York companies invest at the former
rate, tins Life Association at the latter.
T mrwt popular h. shop In town
W cn 20th itrent oirnit. tb court house
htl, wh Wm, Khlera manufacture
iwU and shoes for his customers, warrant
?d to be of the best French calf, kip or
morocco, und which ho guanratecs to give
ntire satisfaction. Cull on him and you
will know how it is yourself.
Two colored women recently mado ap
plication to county superintendent White
for examination for teacher's certifichtes.
Mr. White appointed Saturday night ut
his oflko as the timu and plant for the ox-
amitlon to come oil', but the womon fulled
to put in nn appcarunco.
"We had supposed that Bristol & Still
well were tho yretnett grocers in town,
when wo saw their new wagon going
about, but we see that Louis Jorfjcnson is
no btt.cr, for he hut guno and done it too
had hi new wagon, that ho delivers
goods in, painted Just as grten us Messrs.
B. i: H's.
Dan Lamport has removed his barber
sl op to EUbt street, second door from
Ohio levee, St. James hotel building
whero ho is prepared to serve his old c s
tome and as man now i nes hs muv cull
on him w h as g. ol nn mill, clean tlmvts
at can bo bud at uny cubllshme'it of ilm
kind in tho city. oct. D.dlw
In our notice of tho circuit court yes
terday, wo should huve suld the cube of
Cobb, Blaedell & Co vs. Illinois Central
r.iilroad company had been pending a
wok, Insbjud of its lasting another week.
The argument e.WA rtt4 p.m, yosterday,
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
ns will bo seen In our report of proceed-
-Ttvosmi.il iWf pcs.mn o M'
matilly, Iclong.ng to tho flf.Jditb
amendment race were walking ulong on
tho sldi'tvulk yesicrdny and apparently got
beyond their contemplated turning oil
place. Said one to tho other: "Whar is
wo ? looking up nnd down, towards the
Mississippi and then to the Ohio j '-whar
is we, any way 7 Doll onrni'ir, whar is we.
I tell yer, That was u question tne otner
could not solve.
and a multitudo
A radical of this city-a man of cruol
impulses.witbout music In hi. soul, and pos
vs5d of no mercy, bad the Impudence to
encloso in an nveloe and direct to us a
slip from a radical papor, calling our atten
tion to tbo result of the lato town elections
in Connection. "Why should the law per
mit our dcraocatlc soul to be harrowed up
in this way? Tbo rascal guilty of this
outrage deserves the infliction of a boot's
toe, and can receive it bf reporting at this
The Chicago Beer Saloon, "Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Not. 26 and 28 Eighth
stieet, is a faTOrlto place of resort with all
lovers of "Weiss' Beer, Liquors of ever.
de.cription, and aU kinds of foreign and
home "Wines. No ordinary liquor are
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
tho verv best, nnd guests find In attend-
nice polite and accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread every day at iu
o'clock a.m. aua!7tf.
The democrats of Cairo endorse the
democratic state platform all but two.
One of the" i pood sort of man, who
reads the Day-Hook and admires llcnry
Clav Dean. Brick Pomcroy and Jefl
Davis; and tre other is n disennted gen.
tleman who sits and mourns over tho ue
parted glories of the democ atlc paity.cven
as marine mourn among the rivers ot Lar
thage. Thry feel exceedingly sick, and
will probably bo In the radical bed before
manv days hive gono by.
Peter Sa in has opened a bran ne w oy s
tr suloon, 102 Commercial avenue, where
he will keep on hand constantly freh
oysters, the largest and most delicious in
the city.whlch he will sell tho by case, can
or dozen. The saloon has been fitted up
with tho express view of aupniiere
gentlemen and ladie wlth-to'toothsome
they may enjy a tvnout being disturbed
biv!refvio and noises incidental to the
binmonplaco restaurant oyster room.
Hallcy, the enterprising "Washington
avenue dealer in tinware, staves, etc.,
finding his old stand entirely inadcquaiolo
the wants of his largo and rapidly increas
ing business, has moved to No. 1C8 Wash
ington avenue, next door to his old stand.
By selling uoods ut fair prices and straight
forward and honest dealing, Mr. Halley
has earned for himself un enviable repu
tation. His new store is well stocked with
tinwiiru of every de-criptlon,nnd of stove.,
both cooking und heating, ho has nn nl
niot endless variety.
The persons named below wero at the
St. Clnirles ye-terday: 0 E. French, New
Oi leans; G.""W. Aller, New York; Felix
Cross, Mobite, Alu.j J. "W. Said, Baltimore,
Md.; W. R. "Wadsworth, St. Louis ; Miss
F. B. Walter, St. Louis ; 11. 0. Locker.
Shnwneetown: II. S. Wheeler, Cliicugo;
Jilts "Walton, St. Louis ; John Kcrncy,
Boston ; Jas. S. Robertson, New York ; E.
Ft-ndrick, Kvansville; Mrs. Patten and
family, Keokuk; C. 11. Guylord, Occo!a,
Atk.; P. W. Barclay, city ; Dr. McLonery,
Cobden ; Ed. Dezonia, Loudon Square,
The following were th arrivals at the
Diilmonico hotel, Win. Winter, pruprie-
t ir, for the 24 hours ending ut 12 o'clock
last night -. John Klino. Philadelphia; Ed
ward Curtillow, Vickburg ; D. C. Dur
ham, Meridian; J. C. Henry, Rich view,
111.; B. Z. Brazelfm und wife, Paducah ;
Oiwald Irving, Milwaukee; Dr. D. D.
Thomion, Paducnh; J. B, Wilt, St. Louis;
John W. Oiborn, Ullin, Illinois;
Ii. A. Hannon, city; J. B. Branwick, St.
Louis; P. N, Smith, St. Louis; John
Gat city ; F. Kuveman, Cincinnati ; Ed.
Holmnd. PaduCrih; James Owens, Padu
cah ; D. W.Swan, Paducah; Alexander
Kvan, Louisville; II. De1z$ll, Mornphi;
W. A. Got, Get, Columbus, Ky.j Lewis
I). Ctmpbell, New Orleans.
Miss Ellen D. Eutiio, formerly of
Kalamazoo, huving taken up her residence
in Cuiro, informs the public that tho is de
sirous of giving Instruction in vocal and
instrumental music and in French. Mits
Eumes comes mining us with excellent re-
cointnendiillons. During tho lato session of
tho Northwestern Academy of .Music, she
was among tho most proficient in piano
fotto priictici and vocal instruction, and
me ennuuetors oi tuo acuilumy unite in
their testimony to tier thorough Unowl
edge of music and her capability to teach
tho same Ml Fumes, residua in thohnuse
formerly occunled bv Mr.O. II. Olmitoiu!
where she will bu huppy to receive pupils
iinu give nuy iniuriuutior. u requircu in re
gard to terms. tf.
Gcorgo Smith, n cabin boy on tho
steamer Illinois, was arrested un Saturduy
mornlng on the arrival of tho Illinois ut
tho wharf in this city, and taken before
United States Commissioner II. II. Can
dee, on u chargo of complicity in tho re
cent mail robbery on that boat. It secnu
tho puron who robbed tho mail, a negro
by tho immo of Sharp, told Smith that he
hud stolen tho letters, and t t
ho had tied a string an. und : d
hung them down alongildo tho
tlllor-rope. Upon search being mado a
portion of the string was found, but tho
letters had been removed. Smith wus t oni-
milted to jail, and un officer tturted in pur-
MiitofShiu p, who li, now on the steamer Vir
ginia, bound fur St Louis. Sharp will bo
uncatnd us snon ut tho Virginia lundu ut St.
LutiU und bro ighl to this city.
Wanted At tho Delnionlco Hotel one
hundred weekly boarders. Flvo meals
cueh day, price $0 per week.
ugMtf Wm. Winter
I I niintfnxt ttrtitim
DEATH FU0.M LOT.
Tho mclnneholly death of Alice Y i'
uo.is, lato nsslstn'.it teacher In tbo Cu..o
nigh school, Is one of tljo siddojt events
it has ever fulleti to our pen to record.
Miss Emmons cimo to this city nt tho
begin- lug of tho present school term, nnd
.hough an entire stranger to cur conutri
nlt, , (ho impresed all who bi-c.itno nc
n niintcd with ho as a young ludy of ti
i righl and sunny nature, itnu pcciuinr ut-
io.. bv Intellect nnu cuucation, lor mo
important position she occupied. She
came among us prepared to llko her homo
hc e, and began her dutlis with cnthusi-
n?m and all tbo earnestness of a real devo
tion to her work. Miss Emmons hud been
in Cairo but two weeks when she was sum
moned to Chicago by tho news ol tho sud-
Icn Bhd dangerous illness of n very dour
(rlend. When she arrived at ins oeusme,
she found him insensible sick unto death,
and in a few hours, without tho consoh
t on of a word, Mm Emmons saw her lov.
tr breathe his last. She remained in Chica
go till after the burial, und then. In com-
iv with her rather, wno mm
gone to her. to give that cre nnd consola
tion hlch her sad situ.ition requires, sue
urned her wcarv footsteps homeward.
But the faithful heart was broken, and by
the timo she had reached her home, health
had given way. anil saddest of all to re
late Alive .AUiinons wus iiane I sueuiu
not long survive tho loss of hcaltn und
rea-on In a few short d.ivs, death kindly
released her spirit from Its shuttered body.
Mn. Editor. For mnny days past we
have seen the name of McKcndreo college,
in all tho pap. m published in this city
We huvo heard MoKi ndree college talked
of in tho high-ways and by-ways; und wc
huvo henrd that one Dr. Robert Allyn
who held forth somewhat oxtciisively dur
mg the Methodist conference here, a short
tunc since, was president of tho uforesaid
MeKcndree college In fact, we alwajs
hear of one when wedoof tho other. Now
oha is. Mr. MeKcndree? Many of us
luvc enquired in vain, hoping to get a lit
tlo ligiht on the subject, as to where this
wonderful McKendreo college is situated
Wc, who have sons growing up, tnirsting
for knowledge, feel a double In ti rest in ujl.
temples of learning, nnd we fJrna,,pj.
know whore the college .Af can be found,
in huving such a.. nr question: "D030U
Wc ask a.J-ilcKendrco college is?" "Oi
kjuvyo, to bo sure; it is where Dr. Rubt.
Allyn lives. You know he is presi
dent 1 " Yes," wo answer " we know that,
but can you tell us, in what town, county,
or stato it is ?" " Well really I am not
able to say as to that."
Now, Mr. Editor, if you can give the re
quired informution, you will oblige.
A rrksted. A well-known citizen o
this city was a day, cr two since,beforo one
of our city magistrates for being drunk
and disorderly. Ho was fined tho uual
amount 5'J CO. After tho trial was over
ho might have been heard soliloquizing
thusly : " Now, this is tho second timo I
have been up before a mngistrato for the
sumo oll'onse. I might have known it
if I liud gone to Alba's in tho first place
nnd got one of thoro smooth, clean, deli
cious shaves that Alba is known to give
to every 0110 who patronizes him, this
would not huvo happened." Therefore,
reader, take warning nnd always go to
Alba's barber shop, Commercial avenue,
between Seventh mid Eighth streets, tf
For Sale on Rent. Tho two Btory
frame house .ituatid on Cominercial-av.,
between Eighteenth and Niiieticnth-sts.,
owned by John Hegarty, is oflurcd ut a
barguin. The houso contains, on the first
floor a good and well urrangi d bar room,
neatly fitted up, n largo dining room,
kitchen and two sleeping room; and up
stairs six 100ms. In lbe retr of the build
ng Is a porch with steps lending up htairs.
There is a good yard well wielosed at
tached to tho premises. For particulars
apply to John Heoartt,
ut the Gibson house, corner of Commercial
avenue and Fourth streets. Oct. 6, dlf
N 01 ice. Chris. Anthes has opened his
nsw meat market in Puti) Schuh's old drug
6tore, two doors below the post office
on Commercial avenue, and invites all his
acquaintances to a trial of his cut menu.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, saii'iige, &c., &e.
Also corned beef, pork and bacon. His
hop ik kept in the best of stvle, and hi
UHtomers aerviil with neatness und dis
patch. The proprietor, Mr. Author, him
self uU" mli to the Muip, and his ctiHloili
ra may alwuys feel insured of fair mill
honorable treatment, full cciyht, and the
njhlchanj' baet., whether thev send their
children, or servant, or uttend market
r 011 Sale oh Lxuianiik roit Caiui
PuopKitTY. I huvo One Huniiiieu am
Sixty acres of first-class unimnruvei
land in J-ihnsnn county, which I will t 1
on reasonablu terms, or exchunge for Cane
city property.. i". u. roi-K,
r itESH OysTKita I am now receivine
dally, tho celebrated C. S. Maltby's H. und
31. branu oflresh oysters, which are utiri
vailed, and for sale by the can or case on
the most ro'isonublu terms, try them, ul
wiijk wurranicu t;oou una iresn.
tf Wm, Winter.
Buiuk Stoiie roit Rent. Tho brick
storo, No. 78, Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. M. Stockfloth, Km , is offered for
rent, nnd will bo vacant on tho 1st 1 Inst
Apply to J.vo. B. PniLLis.
Si.EEriNa ItooMH yon Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms In City N&-
tlonui iianw building. Api ly 10
At City National Bank,
Just Received. W. W. Thorntoi
Tenth street between Commercial uvenue
and Poplar street, bus Just received und in
turo 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows und
At JtiitoENSF.N's o 1 can g t oither fruit,
cornbllle, Nupiiluoii, llmal, ,1 ixed brdiaut,
pearl, nun, A, B, t '., nulk. domino. On
borne, uiekle. Albert, rnlleee. or forest
English blsenlts. tf,
OCTOBER 8, 1871.
COBll, 1ILASDELL A CO, VS. Till'. I
Like the stuka In tho old Aloxaii-
Irlnn song, this cn'e hits "dnvn It
low length along" during the whole week.
Tuo hearing of testimony was conclude 1
on ThurgJuy und the urgutm 'it of coiinse
commenced on Friday n.- lug. D. 1
Llliegur, Esq , opened the case on tho par
of the plttiiitills in a four hours speech o
ecldednbilil Valid merit. Ho was lolluwei
by Judge Oreeii,on the prtof lint defend
ants. '1 ho Judge, in his usu tl iible limn
nor, discussed tho merits of the cau-o. H
occupied the attention of the omit iino
uryrln n very ublo speech ofjibotit twi
hours duration, nnd wus followed on tlo
same sido by Hon. R. E. Williams, ol
Bloomlngton, (who, by the by, will bo el
recollected in this vicinity ns tho demo
crit ic candidate for iittornoy-genoral Ir
lt?09, nnd well-known us one of ablest law
yers nnd genial gentlemen in the State,,
Mr. W. had but about one hour left of tin
day for his speech ami not .being throug I
t ic jury was allowed to roam at large un
til yesterday morning, when Mr. "W
about II o'clock n.tn., concluded vi n
nblo nnd profound argument in favor o
his clients. Judgo Allen concluded the ar
gument on the part of the plaintiffs. When
we say that Judge Allen mudo one of tin
ablest efforts of his life our renders will
rest Satisfied that he fully discharged his
duty to his clients, und mado a powerttn
peecii. At the hour of 4 o'clock p.m
Judge Allen having concluded his urgu
ment, tho court proceeded to give tho iu
stnictions to the jury, (which are ubout ns
long as the Mosnic law,) who, thereupon
retired to considcr.uml perchance to dream
upon their verdict, where, in their pro
found secesy und retirement, at the pres
out writing, wo lcavo them, promising 10
give the result of their deliberations when
it bus been arrived at.
Go to Dr. McOuuley for Ruttingcr's Fe
ver Drops. Wurranted to cure the chills
Oysters. Louis Herbert has nlwns
hund u fresh supply of Saddlo Ro'- l(
nes, in svrup, si
Thoie Freti.'j,urs hra ,old"llT Jor
!For Rknt. Five rooim ever
council chamber. Enquire of Jacob G
For Sale. A cottuge on 12th street
containing 7 room, cistern and out
W. W1. Thornton.
Read the card describing Dr. Rattin
ger's family medicines. The medicines are
no patent or quack prepractiens, but the
relt of special study and expcrioice of u
regular phy-ficiun. " OcHdawlw
Tun best stock of genuine French calf
in the city may be found nt Win. Fillers'
shop on Twentieth street, opposite the
Court Houso hotel. If you want 11 good,
neat-fitting ptir of loots, shoe, slippers
made on short notice, und icarranttd, call
FitKE Dance. Ji.hn llcurty will give
a fret) datir.e at the Gib-on hou-e, corner of
Fourth ftreet and Commercial avenue, on
Tuesday evening, October loth. Tho bar
is well supplie I with the choicest wine, and
liquors, and cigar of the best brands. He
garty invite-nil his friend to be present.
Fmy-TlHtKK. Mr. J. E. Park, hereby
informs the public that he is now rcaly to
servo cu.toiqcrs with tho chonest frch
oysters, dice up in any stylo desire I, at all
hours, day or night. Tho bar of the res
taurant i supplied with thechoi'-cst wine",
liquors, cigars, etc. Call and see him.
New Meat Makket. Nirk Williams
will open his new meat market this morn
ing at the corner of Poplar und Twentieth
streets, whero ho will keep constantly on
hand ull kinds of meat and tho very best
in tho market. Ho will not permit any
butcher in tho citv to excel him. Nick
knows his business, and earnestly invitee
tho public to givo him u cull ut his new
Kutiiay Notice $10 Reward. Stray
ed from tiie subscriber, on tho 31st of July
lust, a large roan cow. She would weigh
ubout 1,100 pounds ut tho timo she was
rnlssed. There urn no Hpecial murks about
her except that her bug is unusually long.
I will wy ten dollars reward to any one
delivering thu above described cow at my
Miop on tho corner of Nineteenth und
1'iiplar atrcets, Uuiro, Ills. .
seplotf James Kynaston.
Phillip Ha un n is iiiu.ter of his trade
and warrants ull of his work to he cf tne
very brut material und manufacture ; guur
unlcM a complete fit nnd entire mtlslac
lion, la not confined to any particular style,
but milker every vuriely of boots and shoes
from the heaviest cowhide to the finest
French calf and morocco. He also keepn
11 largo stock on linnd.o Ait 01011 manufae-
mrr, 11 no nny orm desirous ol purchasing
cood custom work cheui) should cull on
Iiiiii ut his shop on Eighth si., south side,
near corner 01 unio levee, Uairo. Utf
Reliable and Safe. Dr. Henry Root
und Plant Pills nro mild and pleasant in
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nutiea or griping. Being cntiroly
vcgetublo, thoy can bu taken without re
tiard to it ur bunlnes. They urou'o the
liver nnu secretivo oririins into lieullhy
action, iiirowing en disease witiiotit ex
hausting or debilitating thoHystem. Try
iliom and you will be nitisllnd. Price 2."
cents it box. Sold b' druggiits and deal
ors in medlcinonverywheri!. l'repurod by
ilie Uruftoii .Medicine compuny, St, Loiils,
'I ho family grocery sioro of Bixlv&
Koohlor is being patrunUod largely by poo
plo who line flue grocories. Their locution
on tho north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Conimetciul nnd Washington av
enues, is 11 central one, and their stock lias
been selected with discrimination, thore
fore this now candidate for public patron
ngo liiecta exiicuy llio wants ot tho peo
p'o. Muasra. lioiihler i; Ilixby propose to
keep up their reputation by always Hulling
the beat of ull sorlk of groceries to their
1 patrons and the public, knowing that pee
- 1 pl generally nro uwiiro of tho fuel thai
rwally iroud urticlo of uny kind uro ul
I ways tho cheapest In tho end tf
LIFE ASSOCIATION OE AM ERISA-
E'ORT OF HUrElllNTEKUKNT KISO, OF
IMF. .MISSOURI I.NSLRAKCE DEPART
MENT. The St. Louis Democrat of Oct., 2, snvn
01 mo i,ue association of America: Wi I
uavo received it cony of thl. Ihk
lociinient and are glad to see tho progmsa
i oi- ovour .timmiri life liwurnnco corn-
panes. During the yiar 187o tho Me
i-ines in this htnto wm diuiu bv fight
onipatiics organized tmdor tho laws of
M ssourl, mid forty-two ccmpuiiles of other
t u e. flint the people are fnl'.v nrou.d
utile importance, of fostering homo en-
rprisc is proved by the fact that th
jn.m premiums taken djring tho year h
fie .Missouri companlos is uboit iilnct
per cent, of tho amount tuken by tho forty -
wo otner companies. There is really no
lecesslty for tho citizens of our stato to
ml their money to .New York, or nu
other oa orn el y. to bo retained Out.
while we Heed it at homo to dovelope tin
esotirces of this vust state. Our honn
ompiiniot nro us uhly managed as the beat
institution of the sumo kind in the cam,
iiidwoliuvo only to point to the caroci
nd present status of tho Life Association
of America In order to show the wel
urned confidence enjoyed by some of out
. oiling western con panics. The Life A
'Ociatioii is not rivullid in its success by
itfy other company in the world. Wo flno
fmm the report beforu us tlmt the additioi,
to its btulness last year was sevcrul m 1.
lions greater than In any other life com
puiiy in the world,.
John School will spread a grand I unci
and give u concert, at his Washington h..ll
garden on Sunday afternoon, nt J o'clock
Tho lunch will consist of fresh import-'
Durkheimer Wurst und sour kro" 'c
conrcrt will continue durin-",0 tnliroa -t
'rnoon. In the cvo-' " Cl,lill,n Pf'
willbei:ivenan.'."" '"VL" 01 ln,J l"rP
i...i,.n "rt! lnv"e'l acnd
We have Just received a larea stock
of heating stoves for either coal o
wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
lors or dining rooms. H'e will duplicui
any Cincinnati, EcantilU or St. om
retail price litt for cither cooking or Item
ing ttotti. Orders by mail will rccoivi
our prompt attention.
ItEERWART, Ortii & Co,
No. 130 Commercial uvenue.
C1IAMIJER OF COMMERCE
FOR SALE 1 1
At public auction, on the 20th of Octr
bcr, ut No. 76 Ohio levee, nil tho lurnitun,
hooks, papers, etc., upertaining thcret-,
without reserve, for non-payment of rei t.
Dan. Hartman, Auctioneer.
ft Regular meeting of Cairo Lodge No.
JSt 327, A. F. & A. M., Monday evei -ing.
October flth, A. L. 6971, at 7J o'clec .
Vi-iiing Br..ther ure cordially Invit.-o
W. B. Kernet Secretary.
Georoe the barber, whom everybody U
Cairo knows, lately with Eschbich ATI. cu
boid, has opened a shop on Comm-rci l h
onuc. between Seventeenth nnd Eightccntl.
streets forthcaccomiiio-latioii of tho l.nii
a i l gontlemon of the upper pari of th.
ci j. George 'n toj well-known to nquiri
u root o:iimeiiduti"li from us. but we nr
ulud to fay the Fourth Ward is fortunat
in being able to count him as a citizen nu
hi shop us un institution where nil wori
will be executed in thu highet aty le of tin
For good photogruphs, porccluin pic
tures, or old pictures to bo copied, cull m
Thomas, Nx Ut Commercial avenue. Hi
4 a good workman. Give him n trial.
Infants. Tho most irritable und rctle-
of these lender little hou-ehold bud are
harmed as it wero into quiet and swiel
repose, by using Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup.
Adams' dry corned fish, a most delicious
article, in abundance nt Jorgenseo's gro
cery store. tf.
Beautiful biscuits follow Gillct's bak
ing powder. agio
Monet rofunded if Gillet's goods don't
Tub finest vunilh chocoluto paste in
glu, nt Jorgenion's. tf.
Gillet's washing crystal makes wash
mg cusy. ug u
Paul G. Schuh sells Ratllnger's medi
The hotels use Gilietn uxtiacts and
ilowiENSO.v has jut received a lnrgo sup
ply of Portland bluo berries. Try them, tf
Wel'. rcirttlaled families liso Gillet's
BoARlilNO Ii. uses use Oillet's. ag!3
Tho follonini; Is n llt of letleri rfmalnlngua
called for In the pns'offk-o at Cairo for tho week
n,iin aturday, October 8 1
H.-iiitiK, 0'. Mr.
H.tn ord, K. Mrs.
Wnabbiii-n, nnie J.
W liiluro, .lane
W11 ton, Kli7.il ftli
W,e ,1111, i;uieiino
W Is vi, Limy
V ca er. Nuttlo
Oiri nder. I-iibeHo
illnile, Mra. T, F.
(I lawo d, A111110
Hen b y, M0II10
Hart, .Mr., bioii.
Uurrv, Mr-. il By
ArmtrnniARmith,2 MU'-hII, I). M"
tudeiaon. I In li
Mnruun. tieo. W.
Sillier, Un i. K
M -yicH, James
Stan a II, Jiutif M
Ilah iei V T II.
II C rd, W II.
S elena'i Win, W.
M 'flu II, Kilwiitd
1 Ueiliucb, Will
fin -at, .1
Hi aior. Win,
Pa Iiiu, Win.
Blini 11. Henry
bie eaa, Tlnel.ini
H in on, M.
Sin in, I'r 'd.
Thn l, 0. II.
Van Waikl. Wm.
W..0 Hell (Ii 0. T.
Wllta'O , (leo.
Wiilmaluy, W. F.
All n;j .,N It V!
jor. It elmrd
berry, J n,
j nu ii.-ll, Wm.D.
line I , luust
happ i. ilo-ea
CI.01, bra' k
i.'re iv, I.; w
nu h 11 il , N a
KM If, tl. ti W
For i II bl
I uirlli-iil, Jiones K,
ii rn-i 11, i.
(I i , Fenlun
II n-ill in-tt.
Iluxiird Jim II,
I'nri i., Iiaalu
Sfnmcr Bnaksvllle, f'unil crland river
11 .11. . r ' ....
jj'ouie i.u iiiirge, nl. l.ouii.
" llee and barei Mt t,i.Is,
" Illinoi, (Jolinnbus,
Stwuner S-'iiihw-sier-i, New Orl nns,
ll'irv.vl'le, l.viinav II
" K oill- La B rge icksburg
" lilm -is, Coliiin jtis.
During the pa t 24 hours the Ol lo
fallen about olio Inch with three Inchc
B-iCon rock. No thrniga hut taken 1
n il.r. .. .. .. i,i. I h n -I
1. ll.U 'l IPOIISPI 11 III VI UW- v...w. &
liolh continue to fall.
Mil a M . . 1 . . -
ing, making it impossible for boats to
- - - o w 1
diirlni? the time It tirevnlled. Busl
w:i vi, r v lyir in inn inninn r. 11 l'h
. - - o
clear nnd pleasant.
Tho Southwc'tern departed for New
nit solium enough to cause her to ul
Ion tho trip.
mi . 1, t ill- , 1
1 nu DurKiviun nrrivcu iromiue.
erland river during tho rorcnoon wi
ftate-ing trip. She will enter the Ev
..Ml.. l 11 1 .. .
.1... I.... I....... I.... 1, 1,. .1. ...1
ver she could jilek up n trip. !
rhad. Gibson still preside in the offlc,
The Emilia La Barge came out wit
ulr trln. She was ngrounJ 8 liours 1
tig down. She udded considerable
...ii-. j- . ni..i..t... .iiirt.i.-. i. .. . .
Tho Bee towed ut a licet of frcli:
barges which at will 1111 out here.
On Tburity evening, near Wish
..n rv.,,1. CountV. Indiana. Punt .1
i.. tn. .of Vienna. In llun,i urilr,t .1.
....tuinii, lurineriv 01 v-ineinnaii. was
....... t 1.. , . .
t.l I. 1... I ( Tl
of Charlestown, Indiana. One of
vminds piercod tho heart; another
bowels; a third the lungs and tho fo
1 1. ..1. f .1. 1. 11 ,11 i
..v ....... w. ..vvn. -v... UIUU III.
a 1 viivij iiaiiu sa i uifu Lru iuh ui linti
which impale thu chunncl of tho r
P..i.i..H fAKMn.. . . -a mi
nrt TliniiSt li n r,Ann to m A ...1 1. 1. :
s'wnii 11111 l.jt n rt ai Ul;il I HQ III
p iiilum4 11 rod bt'ligcaid gild mo
.ulioutititf tiint thi Ttirimnaoii 11... 1
iremiutn exposition ttcimer.
Alf Tl JV intfrntii nlurl of ttn
Loula Frldity. of intermittent fever
I'lilHtntuation of tho LmwcU. Ho le
a. .a I A 1 If
iiiu un on v uHuirnicr. iio wis a
and w 11 known b ttutnbo&t and b
..!. I. ..: 1. l l. . a . l . r 1 t
. r ,n.ii....iin ...... t 1 1...,.
... . . .. -!.. 1 1. - 1. ....
1 no tug Jiontauk ts busy ove-y 1
lowing coin lint, oargei, wooj ouats,
1 lout the hirbor.
Tho Indiani on her arrival from
O -leans w II lovi for lh) south. The
tvuiiuaii.u ui ici:iiib nun iiiiu mttn
. r...t .1.. 1.... .1. .
lave no trouble g-'ttmg a load.
c .. i i, .1. . Til:.
,1. n..(..ii n.ir.in T I, i.i t ih.l I'll I
w 'i Laving he-Mi -'itn-io-'o I with
1 1 it 01 tin) sevent n re,i en ii
st 1 en uU' th 11 inoit so 11 tl n ago.
or Ca' d " and w s 00m 11 1. 1 i J ul
Tiie Pittsburg Co 11 nc 11 thus m
.111.4 Mii.tr-iii tie 1 em 'ii mini -v.
.eiting scarce in the low r ports P
1 irg c 111 11 B"iini i .isjiiii.. i
y-eigtit cents jail diudo price. N
ii thu timu for th-! vast so-ith lv prove
thu low.-rcities thut thsy aro disposed
lo tho right thing. Let them depo.i
re million of busneis along tne way
. . . .1 ... it-.. .1
lun ' . 11 1 u . - . ... .. - -
1ft rl'..n.. IIMIL',, V'.l P Will fcnilH IIKIKFII
Little Muck Clams iquatrangs)
lir.,rt,i t.,Ti' . t
'l uY tne A murium ciuu uu. 1111-. u
il, to bo found at Jor jo s ti ,
The best East India dry preserved
-or at .lore-onsen e. '
c: T17AAiT.fi AT TUTTCIIE
City .Vntloiiul ItanU llnllafioK.
rpee ai ant3iiiiii -m iu -. v. . . -
iiutioi'i .nut "
la prepared to do all Ulnda of
ii A YL'T
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSr. iwvioia
RE.'AIRlNO OF EVERY IJESCItirTION
ox rut most nrAsoxAstr TtRaa.
iini-im ino ni iho re- nenee 01 mi. .i-
1 .111 Center "tree , next uoor iui
- ...I. I p.... ...I In IIim IM1TH of l. (J, 10
In! HiilltHin mtlee, w il reeeive promnt a'
. , . ...I, i-mr i. li'iTttP.T.K
AJJl-UVix, Ji uaJivoJ x iv "
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, ")
.101111 11. miikcy, f
war.-iriicuiar auennon paio iu ui
uri - r. uiri inn,"'
GHEKN & lilLBEHT,
COUNSELORS AT ;LAW,
W 1 laai ll.dreeii, ") ,,...,
Willi mi II (lUert, VAi , ""-'"Wi
Sll.ea F. liilboit, )
orrinr LllIO LEVEE. IIOOM3 I AND 8 OV
CITT JSAHUJ.A1, AlAtiK,