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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1871.
TIME TA1II.K OF THE ILLINOIS CK.VTR At. 11. It,
o . an I after Sunday, Jt." ltlh,l!71, tlie follow-
l . , tre-laWewllfrorern the arrival and depart
I.,- east. nr train, at Cairo i
) : , (Mlii, dally 11:41 p. in,
Kprrs. daily S. It p.m
A i -Hall, daily ai30n.il.
Uiptf dull, except Sunday p.m.
.unite of ears from Cairn m M I. mils, No
c' ai..' "I rar fmrr OWro In Cilcagn. Tlcfant
I . m Hii steeping eat m night ir.nn
II jnf ehtokod to all ImpftrMnt tlnt.
I. ' - It V mil lAN-Eh-hl h-s tr. ci.
I' i i Inn Sablwtlh M n'f . ., and I
)r inf-etimr, Wed lay at J!i r-
'lay ml, .1 r v J. M Lmdcn, Snpe r
., ufiit. i: c. ii rofltr, r.ir.
Mi T oMIT-Ltir. Eighth and Walnut Ms.
I ! i li Sablnth A. u., and 7 r. M.
. j . inealt-ig, Wednesday, 7J, r. i.
ii sehool .3 r. a. I.. W. S-tllcll, Super
id. n irnt. Iter. F. L.TiiaMrses., Pastor.
i iilhiii or T.tK nEt)EKMEn-(:piopi)
M ruin? prayers, Sabbath 10$ a. m.
h.cning praf T.Jf.r. M.
Kcv. Mit.Ots, Hector,
-r PATRICK'S CllUltClI-Jr. Ninth M. and
l'ublte service, &MitliS)$ Mid a. m
Vespers, S r. ii.
Sunday School 1 1 r.y.
brtio eiery day, r. u.
Iter. r.J.OMULi-nv, I'm l.
i m, V.-' "'j n-saisbatii.
I 'ra.-!..n(-. Sabl! Mi . .. aud TH r. m.
Iter. J. KsirD, l'alor.
MI-IO.N FCNPAY SCHOOL In tlie Christian
Ci.un.ii, Eighteenth S,rr,i. Sabbath Sonool 3
j, 11. IUid, Superintendent.
meeting second Monday each month (it the
Prayer room of the rr!ivtcnn Church.
WteVly rrajertnettiog. t'ri'ln'. "H ' -i nt
the Prajcr room of the I'ri'jbjtcrlnn church.
C. l'tr..)Mi, rrcUlent.
Si'rnri'., babliivtli. 11 M.
Sun Jy S'hool, 1J r. .
PrcacliiiiK.IVS i1-a- l'ev-Wln Jt';on I'"s,
SECOND Vlir.B-WlU.llAlTIbT-rift-tnth M.
liolween Walnut and Cedar.
fciTMeen t'abbath, "J
. Itev. K. Kiikii, l'ntor.
ritEE-WIM. BU'TISTHOMB MISSION H'N
DA V SCIIOOIr-Corncr wnlmil nnd Cednr Ha.
bunJiyfCiool.O a. x.
WttoT FIIEE tlll.I. HAl'THT CIItlKCil-Ciir-
"sVrisfif'Mullill a. M.,3r. m. ami ")-ir. x.
liev. V.m. JCrii.i l, l'utor.
Hlt'TMlH-IONAHY IIAI'IIST Clltlltt'll-Ilot.
Kiin loth and 11th Mreet. tuarCnlar.
i'rcachmj SibbathlOJJ a. N.innd 7', r. .
l'typr Meftnijt. IVeJnei'day evcninv
I'riuoliliiR, Friday e)i-ntntr.
SaUiatha-hool, 1JJ v. . John Van llnler and
Mary Mephnn superiiitendents.
Hev. TJ. miuies I'mt
Governor, John M. Palmer ;
Litultnant-Gore rnor, John Douuhert) i
tmetary of State, lilward ltummel ;
Auditor of frtate, C. K. I.ippincotl
State Treaurtr, E. X. Hate ;
Sunt. 1'uMle loftruction, Newton Ilateiiian.
i-'tnaiur Lyman Trumbull an 1 John A. Lopin.
Y.t ;.rentalite for the t?tt at I.ar;e Va-awy.
Sprefnttire Thirteenth Dniriet-l jiin ii
MEMBERS UENKlI.VL ASSKM IiLY.
icuiwrf, Ht JjiHrtet T. A. E. Holeomb, ot
Vu i, andS.K. G.vAn,of OalUtin.
. ; wnUlire, l.t lrtin t H. VTalron Webb.
co v st v"orr ic krs.
j 1. J. Uaker. ot Alexander.
li'-ntioc Atrney J. I'. Mi"nuey, of
r. u;t Cterk. Ja UattBas.
h. f r.S-A. U. Irvin.
Wn Martfn, Atfer aarf'taBrer.
J Ipe r. Br',
.i'-J. E. MeCrltt aa-J . MtreMldoo.
1 ft Juob G. Lrncti.
1 ser Ions H. Gosltsan.
MUNICIPAL GOVERN MX NT.
Mi; : John II. l.vntD.
'i-'iier J. B. Tartor.
..mt: E. A. ihtrftHii
!itiiil An4r CaIi.
mty P. JT.Pofe.
t KiptfAt-P. r. a I 8. Shan-
- :fwk-L. 11. WypH.
- UaVkH-WHi -Ikubas, (oaj). 4
Vetrras u4 J. 6umh, (oicbi.)
Var4-J'. 6. SelntB.
L WartS. HutU TifiK.
"t-LatK-W.l' MWUii u.4 l. Hurt.
MtAUt) or AlJiEbVinK.
' WAU-Aa. KrhatHi.
Tt WaUaa. '
i .'II XAKO fwa Oamti.;
.'' j" - 11 M mi on
i. rijssr "" u"t
laanwf.anajH te64 lar ui
' - mm tmnitn aa4 n it, tn
j aac roMraay in rry M'atL.
''OMK17TKK0 or 7HK COL' II
- vii-)!ii.m. Tajr, WaW.r. Wiwr.
" ""-- it. CoonlBdlrtroSiatJh, Fuier
.V"'"-5,1"'"' Wood. Cufc,eKham m! Klio.
... , '-Mra. Carroll, Itud-r al
w--am,,.. Wllf(1JT lMi
.JfXM:,:,,,u1b' W.IDl-r Klb.
de... Winter. Hluitoa a "f ,, ii K"r"
1'UOl'lTABI.K I.N VKSTM KtU
Will bo nd at p tlllo auction, i.n t., ,"
O. tul-.r. lttli, uu the prein,.e.,u J ?,.";
;v; liJUdaiiiio budi.i. I,? riMUu?-l
ut uiu not'jriuncn nnd 'i,t, a-.nica.,.. .
'Prt a'ur'l hv mor,
The Illlnola Central Had )toad Cuum,.
orterfur aalo the lollonlr ilewnUd I, ,l L,n"v
A.l.llllnn 11 II... fnr . ?...; ..." 'Oil ,r
Lot 27 block IS),
" " 20,
" " hi.
" . V.,IW, 1 J I.
ez, " ni a.
11 'y AJ II .,, .
Forrm,et. ipplyto JAMEHJWI.vsON
" ThrotiRh N. 0.
Ohio Hirer roiile,
Iron Mn-ininin '!- Kz
Hi ll-irr ro'it-i ".'
and Vtr Ortp.m.
IV. III'. TIurMlny.t Fri
day i MP.n.
Mij iff 1 1, ILindViIle and
nrMa e, Ky ll.WA.rn.
O-iirral Hid rerj iwn.m.
.Money Onl'r depaattucnt ;00 a.m.
IliitUter " ' " " 8:(Wn.m. WWp.ni.
M'.Mf.v OiJir and Kc(l(tcr iUparttnent no
opt n on n ml i) j.
Citno!iiMiAMrnr, No. l.t State.1 AemM
at the AmIiwii Monit Hall, lirtan.l third !.
urda In i nch month.
Caib.i C"i m il. No. 41. Kegular Cenroeationat
Miionie Hall, the oecnd Friday in each month.
Cino CiMi-rrn, No. 71. Hecular Conroeation
at MaioiiH' Halt, on the third ruetda of crery
Cak. Ia'Ih, No.2J7 F. A A. M HeRular Com.
munii-ation .it Maonic Hall, the ntcond and
foiinh Monday ot each month.
Iuita 1Mr, No.f F. i A. M. Rectilv Com
munication nt Masonic Hall 3r.t and third
Thursday m coch month
Aitt.nta Ixiixir, Jt, Meet In O.MFellew'.
in An r' lluilllnR, crery Thursday ,ten
tni, at aoVIojk
The counties composing the first Senatorial dis
trict, arc requested to send delegates ton con
vention, to l-o hoi Jen nt Metropolis on the 2lst
day of October In-tant, for the purpose of nomi
nating n Democratic candidate for this district,
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death ol Hon.
S. K. Gibson,
Accord. ng to the basis ol representation adopted
the scleral counties will Iv entitled to the fol
lowing number of delegates :
Al xamler &
Pope - 4
Saline - n
SAMUEL P, WHEEI.EIt,
Chalrmnti Senatorial Committee,
Wo nro uthond to niinounco Judgo Wm.
Iloinnan i n candidate for tho State Senate from
tho First Senatorial Intrlit, fill tho racancy
occasioned by thu death of Hon Slmson K.
Oihson, subject to tho decision of tho uemocratlc
IiiIj1K1ic41 every mornliif;, .Monduy cx
Dr. Cnfcy, of Mound City, U nt Unx-
tor Sjirlng, Knnfn?.
Gw. E. OlmstcaJ arrived in tho city
on Saturday evening.
lie suro to nttend the moclint; nt tho
Go to the inofcting at the Athencum
this morning nt 10 o'clock.
Tho Southern lllinni Synod of tho
I'reibyterinn Church will meet r.t Jcroy
villo, on Thuridny, October 17th.
Lit every citizen attend tho adjourned
meeting at the Athenvum thW inortiing at
Tliote French Cherrii--, in syrup, to
jiopiihr with connoi:cur tire sold hy Jor
Scnsen. ' tf
Every citizen of Csiro should nttend
tho wetting nt tho Athencurn thiJ morn-
Adam' dry corned fhh, n mot dellciotn
article, In abundance nt .!orgenen's cro-
Reincwbtr the meeting nt the, Allien
eum t ten o Hock this moniinir. Kverv
citizen of Cairo should bo present.
Tho Jlagsby enforc-rnent case ha
been removed from Snrini'fleld. and will
be tried at the January t-rm of the L'nitcd
state District Court at Cairo.
Where are you gown? To the ulai o
number 08, Ohio levee where they keep
me ueit iwii oyttors, fuh and game, arid
iae sirnMt Minut, lirjuor mid cigars to be
luana in the nt. Oiien at all hour, dnv
or nl'U. .1 v . Iii-S
Onu hundred dollar, inve'ted al 0 per
oeat. for fifty years umounts to fl.&PJ.Ol
One liundrwl dollar, invested at 10 per
?fnt for fllty years amyuiiti to 511,733.00.
ISVw York (.-wpanlea invent at tho former
rat thf .if.- Aiw- iation at the latter.
The pre.fior that w.-ro in attendance
w the Southern llllnoh Uonfurenco e-m
to U ell pl8i(,.l -with th.- traatmi nt they
r0tVl at the hands of the l itizun. nf
Calrp. Many of them in giving to their
hotna jmpera r.eoounti .. thu lirot ei'diiiL-.
of tU Cunfi-roiiM-, ipi-al; very flatteringly
of our city.
--lt,r, i,(rtt itoimlar thu ilum I n lriu'n
I -l. ... . ' '
"H.ree. oppiHitu thu court homo
1.011, rvlwro Win. l'Mw mutiufucturo.
boot! arid thoo for UU customers, warrant
fl to be of the be,t French calf, hip or
morocco, and which ho guatiratccs to give
entire satisfaction. (Jail on him and vou
will knov how it i yourself.
Mm. Mehner Mill nott Sunduv even-
mg r& ivi- a benefit at tho hand of the
juruikn Dramatic Association. Thl. I. u
dttrvwlc..mi,limeritto Mr.. M r.. it t ..
fact w. ll-knoT.n to everyone who has at-lend-l
th.- irrorinnncM of tho Associa
lion that the pan, uu,, by ,JlV0 w,
much to their km eea.
Dan Lampert ha. rei.i.ivrid hl ww
nop to r.ignt street, wmi lloor frotn
unio iovcc, at. .lames l.t..i 1...11.11...
where he Is prepared to tervo hi. ..i.i
tomers and a manv new uum n. n
- .,, i;m
on him vvah m good, smooth, clean nl.avea
u u.. t.au at any establishment of the
....m mum city. wt. J, dlw
-Uev. C. Gihb., wh.lo j lhu t.iu .
tending tho KouthLrn nii0, Cunft-rt-nSl.
wrote a lommiinirati,.,. ... .... e
f- 1,14. Ml
About fin i v i.r
.ii. crt'ul ll'u Kt-Charles,
11 ml I tlllnl ii. . II 1 a '
Ml. II pi. rtn, i ...... 1 1 . -
TV ' w,1(;vu 11 10 oo ono of
t.. oeu rcguiateii Imteb to bo found any.
where, and our host, and hi i,p1.,i.. r,.r,.
the most gonial and accomodating of their
-The nuws of tho Kreat Chicago firo
voalnrilnv rpinlr.1 front oxcltoUlCIll In thl
city. Tho tint Intelligence of tho torriblol
cnlamnltv, wn received nt about eigtii
. 1 i- -. il.i it....
i dock In tho morning, aim jroiiii.nini.uv,
hour by hour the excitement of tho pco
plo grew moro nnd moro njiparcnt until
night sit In. All diy crowds of men wero
congreifiited on the strict corner, in the
(torr-i and saloon, nnd at tho telegraph
oiliio thcro woro constant Iniuirlcs for
information concerning tho rcnt lire.
Thu result of tho fire on tho insurnnco
companies nnd banks was frcelydiscussed.
Everybody seemed determined to talk
about the lire nnd nothing else.
l'ctcr Saup has opened n bran now oys
tcr saloon, 102 Commercial avenue, where
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, the largest nnd most dolicious in
thecity.which he will sell tho by case, can
or dozen. Tlie saloon has boon fitted up
with the express view of supplying
gentlemen and ladies with a place whore
they may enjoy n meal of theso toothsomo
bivalve quietly, without being disturbed
by the bustle and noises Incidental to tho
commonplace restaurant ovstcr room
Tho following were tho arrivals nt tho
Delmonlco hotel, "Wm. Winter, proprietor,
since last reported, ending October 7, 1871 s
J. Clark, Tupalo, Mies. ; V. C. Htindon,
Memphis; Ed. Wilborn, Fairviow lead
mines; W. E. Woods, Thobcs ; S. S. Mart
let., Mound City ; Chas. M. Wood, Thomas
II. Marlon nnd L. 0. l'attcrson, Pittsburg j
Marry Mranwick, St. Louis; Will Christie,
Cincinnati ; Jas. A. Stewart, Alleghany;
Harry l'nss, Cincinnati; L. V. Davis,
Memphis; Am. Norri, Whito county,
Tcnn.; Mrs. Johnson, Dongola ; J. T.
Cummins, Chicago; Mrs.Allard, l'aducah;
Mrs. Sampson, BooncvUle, Mo. ; L. C.
Smith, Caledonia; D. L. Mayne, Now
-Miss Ellen D. Eamcs, formerly of
Kalamnzoo, having taken tip her residence
in Cairo, informs the public that she is de
sirous of giving instruction in vocal and
Instrumental music and in French. Miss
Eatncs comes among us with excellent re
commendations. During tho lato session of
the Northwestern Academy of Music, she
was among the most proficient in piano
forte practice and vocal instruction, nnd
the conductors of the academy unito in
their testimony to her thorough knowl
edgo of music and her capability to teach
the same. Mi Enmes resides in thchouso
formerly occupied by Mr.G. II. Olmstead
wlicro slm will bo happy to receive pupils
and give any information if required in re
gard to tcrnis. tf.
Our Gas Company hal better look to
their own interest'". Yesterday tho lamp
near tho Court Hou.-o was left burning all
day, no doubt trying to pul tho Sun out of
countenance, but it failed in the attempt.
Thcro wa- a fair attendaneo nt thoSun-
day School at the Church of the Redeemer
on Sundav. After the usual exoreiie- nnd
lemons the Rector catechized the children,
who answered promptly. The fact that
many of our citizens who havo been seek
ing pleasure up North and cltawhere
through tho summer had returned, Ma
manifest in tho congregation, it being
larger thun at any previous Sunday for
fcorno months. The sermon, which was
euempore, was on thf gospel for tho day.
ii being tho XXI 1 chapter of .St. Matthew,
ot tho 31th vcr-o to tlie end of the chap
ter. Tho Rcrlor's words iimI manner so
full of earnestness, would hardly fail to
impress his hearers with the solemn truths
that Christ was moro than tho Son of
David, moro than a great Prophet, that
Ho was tho Son of God, "very God of
very God, begotten of tho Father before
Annr.sTKD. A well-known citizen o
this city was a day, or two slnee,before ono
of our city magistrates lor being drunk
and disorderly. Ho was lined tlie usual
amount SO 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 magistrate for tho
samo otlensc. I might havo known it
if I had gone to Albu's in tho first place;
and got one of thoso smooth, clean, deli
cious shaves that Alba is known to give
to every one who patronizes him, lilts'
would not huro happened." Therefore,
reader, tnko warning and always go to
Alba' barber shop, Commercial nveliue,
between Seventh and Eighth utreeK tf
Fou Sai.k on Rknt. Tho two story
framo hotiso situated on Commercial-av.,
between Eighteenth nnd Nineteontli-sts.,
owmil by John Hegarly, U oilored at it
bargain. Tho house contains, on tho first
floor a good and well arranged bar room,
neatly lltti'd up, a largo dining room,
kitcln-n and two sleeping rooms; and up
stairs six rooms. In tho rear of tho build
ng U it pori'h with steps leading up stairs.
There is a good yard well cnclo-ed at
tached to Ihr premises. For particular
apply to John Hkoauty.
at thu Gibioii house, corner of Commercial
nvenuo and Fourth streets. Oct. f, dtf
Rki.iaiilk and Saki:. Dr. Honry Root
and riant Pills aro mild" and pleasant in
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. Jloing entirely
vegi'iauio, iney run lio taken without re
gard to diet or businoss. Tlioy arouso tho
uvur ami n-cruuvo orgaim Into heallliy
uwuyn, uirowuig cu uiseaso wituoui ex
hausting or debilitating tho system. Try
them and you will bo jatisflod. Prico M
cents a box. Hold by druggists and deal
era In mcdicino every where. Prepared by
the Grafton Mcdicino company, St. Louis,
(Ikoiuik the barber, whom every body in
Cairo knows, lately with Xchbarh AiTlieo
liold, has opened a shop on Commercial av
enue, between (seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets for tho accommodation of tho ladies
and gentlemen of thu upper part of tho
city. George is too well-known to require
u reecommendation from us, but we are
glad to say tlm Fourth Wurd is fortunate
in being able to count him as a riti.on anil
his shop as an institution whom all work
Will be executed ill tho highest stvlo of tho
J'OHbAIK (lit l.XUHANUK roll Caiiio
Pitoi-KivTY. I havo One IIusihiku ami
Sixtv acres of Urst-clats unimproved
land In Johnson county, which 1 will sell
on reasonable terms, or exchange for Cairo
c,f,,i;0I,crl' r. II. roi-i:,
aMAVOK MASON, OV CFITCAflO,
TO iUAYOii LANSDHN,
PMWIDKNT aVUWULL, OF THU
1. J. II. It., TO Mil. J., JOHNSON.
COOK Iv I)
At ten o'clock last night tin- following
dispatch was rccolvcd by Mnvor Lnnsderi,
from Mayor Mason, of Chicago:
Ciiicaoo, Oct. i, 1871.
To Hon. J. M. Lansdcn : Cairo :
Many thanks. Wo want cooled jirovh-
ions most. R. II. Maso.v, Mayor.
At about the same hour the folfowing
dispatch was received by Mr. Ja.. John
son from President John Ncwoll, of the
Illinois Central :
Chicago, Oct. 1871.
Mr. ihvnts Johnson ;
Food of all kinds will bo thankfully re
ceived. Send cookat provisions. Thou
sands of people here nud no food.
Joii.vXmvkli, Pres t'I. C. II. R.
Wo feel confident thi appeal from a
suitoring people will not bo allowed to go
unheeded. Tho peoplo of Cairo arc pro
verbial for their liberality nnd big hearted-ne-,
and on this occasion will not bo found
In tho back ground. Thcro Is hardly any
ono among us who is so poor but that thev
can contributo somcthinc toward rcllcvlne
tho Imiuedinto wants of tho suffering pco-'
pie or Chicago. LiOt cvory ono come for
wardandgivo his mlte.nomattcrhow liltlu
t maybe, it will bo thankfully received.
Contributions can be sent to tho Wldow'a
Mlock, on Ohio levee, next door to Scott
AYhito's store, between Fourth and Sixth
streets. A littlo from each will in tho ag
gregate amount to much.
COIIH, nLASDELL A CO. VS. THK I. C. It. 11
The jury in this cao on la-t Saturday
night about 11 o'clock returned a verdict
in favcr of plaintiff for thirty-nine thou
sand dollars ($39,000), being an increase of
some $10,000, on tho former verdict ren
dered at the July term )at. Tho defend
ant moved for a new trial, which motion
has not yet been disposed of.
Tlie court met on yesterday morning
And commenced its ptoccedlngs in the
criminal docket. Tito case of Murry, in
dicted for burglary, was on utlidavit of de
fendant continued. This it will be recol
lected is the burglary case in Artcr'a store.
The ca-e against Mchan, Powers and
Mahony, for riot, was continued gen
erally, until next term. This i tho
case in which it i alleged that tho
Defendants ns suited Deputy Sheriff Morso
'owe few weeks ago.
Tlie people vs. Smiley, for n-saull, was
continued for service
Tlie peoplo vs. Squire Wallcs for rob
bery, was continued for service.
Tho peoplo vs. Sorofino Rata-tino and
others for riot. A motion mndo in thi
cause by Allen and Wheeler, for defend
ants, to quash indictment was over-ruled.
VINCENTS LOTTERY SALE
thi: twkntv-mxth or decemiikii fixed
AS THE DAY ON WHICH THK DIIAWINO
WILL COME OFF.
Determined to dispose of nil the tickets
in his lottery snle,Mr. F. Vincent lias con
cluded to po-tpono the drav. ing until the
2Cth of December. Ho Is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, and i- meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
every hand. During a recent trip to Grand
Tower and other neighboring towns ho
disposed of nearly one thousand tickets,
and tho demand in rapidly increasing, tho
drawing will not tail to come olf on tho
There aro six prir.es, the principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
re-idence, that was erected at a co-t of $10,
000. The remaining live prize aro ns
Lot :il, block 1, !M addition to the city
of Cairo, valued al $o00.
Lot ;;, block I, 3d addition to tho city
of Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 30, block 1, f!J addition the city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 83, block 1,3d addition to tho city of
Cairo, valued at S300.
Lot 17, block in tlm city of Cairo
Illinois, valued at ?.10O, nctOdtf
Notice. Chris. Antlios has opened his
new meat market in I'ntil Schuh's old drug
store, two doors below the post ofllco
on Commercial avf.iittn, and invites all his
acquaintances to a trial of his cut meats.
Reef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, iVc, aVc.
Also corned beef, pork and bacon. His
shop is kept in tho best of style, and his
customers served witli neatness an'd ills
patch. Tho proprietor, Mr. Anthos, him
self attends to the shop, and IiU custom
ers may always feel insured of fair and
honorable treatment, full weight, and tho
right change Lack, whether they send tliolr
children, or servants or nttend market
Tho family grocery storo 'of llixby c
Koohlor it being patronized largely by pco-
plu who lii:e fine groceries. Their location
on the north side of Eighth street, be
tween Commcicial and Washington av
e mies, is a central one, and their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore tills new candidate fur public patron
age meets exactly tho wants of tho jieo-
ple. .Messrs. Koohlor A: llixby prupo.se to
keep up their reputation by ul ways telling
tlio best ot all sorts of groceries to their
patrons and thu public, knowing that peo
ple generally aro aware ot tho fact that
really good articles of any kind aro al
ways the cheapest in tho end. tf
I'iiillip Rauou is iiiustor of his trude
and warrants all of his work to be of the
very bent material and nianufacturo; guar
antees a complete lit and entire satisfac
tion, is not confined toany'particularktyle,
bu makes ovory variety of boots and shoos
from tho heaviest cowhide to tho finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also keeps
u largo stock on hand, of his own manufac-
lure, and any ono doslrous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth St., Boutli sldo,
mar corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. dtf
AN ADJOTJINED ALGETING
AT TIIK ATHENEL'M THIS MORN
ING AT TEN O'CLOCK.
7'o Ihr Cilhrnt of Cairo I
Tfiero will be an ndjourned mooting nt
the Athonenm this morning, at ton o'clock,
to (lcvl-o nionns and tako measures to aid
tho uH'ercr.. in tha gr. it calamity that has
fallen upon our sister city Chicago. Lot
us do nil that tho demands of the hour ro
qutro at our hands.
John M. Lansden, Mayor.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1871.
THE CHICAGO FIRE.
MEETING o K CITIZENS AT THE ATHENECM
In compliance with tho call of Mayor
Lnn-dcii, a number of citizens assembled
nt tho Athcneiim, ye'tordny evening, to dc
viso mentis to extend help to tho thousnnds
who were rendered homeless and detituto
by tho great Chicago fire.
On motion of Capt. W. P. Ilalllday,
Rev. C. H. Footo was elected chairman
and M. M. Harrcll, secretary.
Tho chaiminn stated the object of the
meeting to be to all'onl relief to tho thou,
sand rendered homcles nnd pcnnilcs by
great conflagration till ragtng in the city
Mayor Lansden suggested that organ
ized ell'ort might bo host secured by the
appointment of a soliciting committee In
each ward, and tho designation of a gen
eral central depot for tho receipt of contri
bution. Mr. P. W. Ilarclay suggested that, Inas
much as we woro not definitely Informed
as to the cvtent of tho flro nnd tho necessi
ties of the people, no harm could result
from n postponement of action until this
-Mr. 0. Winston stated that the case
niiglt, po.sibly require Immediato action,
-Mr. Johnson had received lato intelligence'
nnd it might be well, before adjourning, to
n-certaln the i.ature of that information.
It appearing, however, that there wa no
call for immediate action, on motion of M r.
Harclnr, the meeting adjourned until 10
o'clock this morning.
C. II. Foote, Chairman,
M. M. Haiiheli, Scctetary.
IBefore H.Khanncsey, 1'. M,l
The first cao called yeterday was that
of a u-idciit of the Second ward, charged
with abusing his family. His namo was
Goldsmith, and ho wa fined $j and trim
mings. Jim Orange, n colored individual, ar
rested by constable Weldon, was next in
troduced to his honor, nnd received his
portion, viz: $5 nnd cost'. Jim having u
sick child at home and no one but tho "old
woman" to take care of it, wa given ono
week to pay his fine, and loft the hall of
The third person brought beforo the
squire was one Jnmc Richardson. This
was a case of plait, drunk, but as tho de
fedant had been beforo tho his honor only
a day or two before, and nllowcd to go ac
quit on tho plea that ho wauted to leave
town, tho squire this timo assessed a fine
of flvo dollars and costs. The prisoner
was tent to lintel do Mcllale, for the space
(Ileforo Lotus Jorgensen. J. I'. 1
There wore three cases beforo Jorgcnsen
yo-terday. Tho first trial was that of
David Turner, charged with burglaroti-ly
entering tho cigar storo of Peter Saup,
and attempting to steal three boxes of
cignrs. After hearing the evidence,
Squlto Jorgcnsen held Turner in the sum
of 51,000 to answer at tho next term of tho
Thomas Ashton was arrested for steal
ing n carpci-bag full of clothing. Ho was
sent to jail to await the action of tho grand
jury. His bail was fixed at 300.
The last case w.13 that of Margaret
Walsh, charged with entering tho resi
dence of .Mr. Dan. McCarthy, on Sunday
last, wliilo tho family were at church, and
stealing therefrom n black sill: dress of
the valtto of $!50. Shu plead guilty nnd
was sent to thu county jail in default of
bail in tho sum of ?500.
EvritA v Notice $10 Rkwakd. Stray
ed from tho sub'crlbcr, on tho 31st of July
last, a large roan cow. She would weigh
about 1,100 pounds at tho timo she was
missed. There aru no special marks about
her except Hint her bag is unusually long.
I will pay ten dollars reward to any one
delivering tho above described cow at my
shop on tho corner of Nineteenth and
Poplar streets, Cairo, ills,
seplotf James Kvnasion.
New .Meat Maiikkt. Nick Williams
will open his new meat market this morn
ing at tho corner of I'oplar nnd Twentieth
streets, whero hu will hoop constantly on
hand all kinds of meat and tho very best
in tho market. Hu will not permit any
butcher in the city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, and earnestly Invites
the public to glvo him n call at his now
Fn rv-TiiiiEi:. .Mr. J. E. Park, hereby
Informs the public that ho is now ready to
korvu customers with tho choicest fresh
oysters, done up in any style desired, al all
hours, day or night. Tho bar of tho res
taurant is supplied witli tiiochoiccsl wines,
liquors, cigar-, etc. Cull nnd soo him.
Fiiek Jja.nci:. John Hognrty will give
it free danco at tho Gibson house, corner of
Fourth street nnd Commercial nvenuo, on
Tuesday uvening, October 10th, Tho bar
Is well supplied with tho choicest wines and
liquor', ami cigars of thu best brands, lie
garty invites ail his frieml lo bo present.
Tin: jikst shk;i; of genuine French calf
In tho city may bo found at Win. Elders'
shop on Twentieth street, opposite tho
Court Hotiso hotel. If you want it good,
neat-fitting pair of boots, shoes, sllppcm
mado on short notice, and warranted, call
Fou good photographs, potcolain pic-
lures, or old pictures to bu copied, call on
Thoniaa, No. l'J4 Commercial avouuo. lio
s n good workman. Glvo him n trial.
rii,vT A'nr tnr
.riL v vjjijtvl.
THE MEETING THIS MORNING.
LET EVERYDODY RE THERE.
Let every citizen of Cairo bo in attend
ance at tho meeting In the Athcnuem this
morning. Tho occasion Is one of a pecu
liar character. Never, probably, in the
history of the world has there been so
great n conflagration as that which Is now
devouring one of tho f!nct citie3 of our
country. Let every ono come out nnd by
our presence, al least, show how deeply we
feel for the suffering peoplo of our sister
city of Chicago.
Our commercial relations with Chicago
havo been of tt most Intlmato character,
and to speak of thai city teems like speak
ing of some place that is near and dear to
u. Lot us all bo nt tho meeting 1 this
morning, nnd each glvo to and do for tho
sull'orer.s whnlovcr is in our power, let it
bo littlo or much, according our mean.
Ro nt tho meeting.
Contributions for the unfortunate jmt
plo of Chicago can bo left at tho unoccu
pied store-room In tho Widow's lllock, on
I.C.R. R. NOTICE.
Until further notice no freight will bu
received for Chicngo."
Passenger trains wilt leave 22d street,
and run between Chicngo and Cairo ns
usual. J. Johnson, Agmt.
Wo have just received n largo stock
of heating stoves fur either coal or
wood or both, suitable for olllee, halls par
lors or dlninc rooms. H'r will duplicate
any Cincinnati, llfamcille or SI. I.QUii
retail price lit for either evoking vr heat
ing torcs. Orders by mall will receive
our prompt attention.
IlEEltWAUT, Oinii it Co.,
No. 130 Commercial uvonuc.
FOR SALE ! I
At public miction, on the 'Joth of Octo
ber, nt No. "o Ohio levee, all the furniture,
books, papers, etc., npertainiiig thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent.
Dan. Hautman, Auctioneer.
and a multitude
FitEsii Ovsteiw. I am now receiving
daily, tho celebrated U. S. Mallby's H. and
31. brand of fresh oysters, which jtre unri
valled, and for salo by the can or enso on
the most reasonable torms, try them, al
ways warranted gooit ami iresii.
tf M. AA. INT8I!.
llnici: Stoke Foil Rest. The briuk
store, No. 78, Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. M. Stock lloth, Esq., is ollurod for
rent, and will be vacant on tho 18th Inst.
Apply to Jno. R. 1'iiilli.
Sleeping Rooms joe Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na-
tional Rank building. Apply lo
At Citv National Rank.
Just Received. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial avenue
and Poplar street, has just received and ir.
tore l.DOO doors and 1,000 windows unu
Go to Jornouscn'a for imported Dun-
dec orango marmalade, the celebrated
London crvslal v neznr. in nuarts, nnu
choice Genoese llg. tf
Mahhi.kik Gcide. Intercilin" work
numerous engravings. -1 I'l'Kos. Price
oO cents. Address Dr. Rutts' Disponsar
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis.
Mo. Sco Advertiscmrnt. tf
Infants. Tho most irritabloand re-tloss
of tho-o tender little household bud, arc
charmed as It wero into quiet and sweet
repose, by u!ng Mrs. v niiromu rvrup.
Foit Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, clslorn and out
houses complete. Apply to
. -w. Thornton.
Wanted At tho Dolmonlco Hotel one
hundred weekly boarder. Flvo meals
each day, prico $0 per week.
mig'JOtf Wm. inteii.
Ovsi'Eits. Louis Ilerbort hnsnlwason
hand u fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys
Foil Rent. Five rooms over tho city
council chamber. Enquire of Jacob G
Go to Dr. McGiiuloy fur Rattingor's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills
J onu ENSON has just received a largo f up-
ply of Portland blue berries. Try them, tf
Titv tho American club fish, put up in
oilto bo found at Jorgonson's. '
Money refunded if Glllol's goods don't
Rkautifui. biscuits follow Gillot's bak
ing powder. "o':'
The best Easl India dry preserved glib
gcr at Jorgonscn's.
The finest vanilla cliocolato pnsto In
glass, tit Jorgonson's. tl.
Paul G. iScituli bolls Rattingor's mcdl
clnos. Little -Muck Clams (quittrangs) at
The hotels use Gtllota oxttacts and
Wei.', regulated families two Gillot's
RoAiiDiNU houses u8o Gillot's, ngl3
a i.Aiton Ntntmin or" hop is and hoi
Tho Vlruinln L.t-i ,1.,. .... . . ...
day evening, beariim ,uvnv u llno ,
rrMr.lif l.!,..a I.--.. , ....
.. ...... ,ft .lurseu . i.n l t..
itiK a bareo full of rn.b.i.i .. .....
about 0 o'clock on Saturday evii.lt. vvh'
...a.... Bii nmuing just Jt! w tho foot .
Island INn. Is, she sirti, 1 n ,t. ......
- . ..-..j., i, .nr.
away a large portion of hor hull. ,s
" lwo minutes, In about fifteen fv.
of water. Sho i lying straight, within
head quartering up stream, tho wm,
belnL' uu to tl
on both sides. It , supposed that nlmo
ii... ....ii i .. . .
lie. eiuiiu 1 nsi l. In.n ...i. . .
her to sink not, m... t.. . . .
for, and eft fne il... r t. .n...
.,...wn. . .,,- lchitl VI15 BL
in.l..-.1. , ....
til is iivfc mum
WlmlltnM .1... -in. -f. . .
i noro Wn n In...... 1 r v . .
n - ........v. UI iiuB III
" "vino mo in-iaieu steamer, t
mot oi wnicli wero drowned.
Wc are iiiilobt.w! in . !....-
r..- ii i . . . ... 1
u " u iiivouiu oi mo sinuinc or i
.In VI...I.I. CT
r.vniiivi s irginia.
nio Chicago Rcer Snloon, Wi
Schick, proprietor, Nos. Hi) and 28 Eigb
sheet, Is a favorite place of resort with i
lovers of Weiss' Rcer, Liquors of evei
(llMPrllll trill ,1.1.1 nil M...1...T F. 1
home Wines. No ordinary liquors a
dispensed at tho bur of tho saloon on)
thu very best, nnd guests find in nttem
nnco polite and accomodating waiters.
ireu luncu is spread overv dnv nt
o'clock n. in.
Rend the cardde-crlblng Dr Ratti
gr'. fnmlly medicines. Tho medicines a
nil lifttlsnf nr rninnl' At.. . ...a al
fPL'tilnr iiliviirinti fi t i
ing easy. flg 13
11 VKR XtfYVS.
AltltlVED St NI)Ar.
Steamer Indiana, New Orleans,
" C. R. Church, New Orlean'
" Mollie Ebort, Now Orlean
" A. Raker, Capo Girardeau.
" Capitol City. St, Louis,
" Dick Johnson, Evansville.
" St. Luke. St. I)tiis.
" Sallie, St Louis
Steamer C. R. Church, St. Louis.
" Reo and barges, Now Orlean .
" Mollie Ebert. St. Loui
' Capitol City. Vicksburc.
' Dick Johnson. EvunsvPlc
' St. Luke, Memphis
" . Sallie. Vicksburg,
Slcuner Mountaineer, Memphis.
' Mnrv E. Poc. Rod river.
" Utah, St, Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
' II. M. Shrcve, Vtcksburg.
" Clarksvillo. Mcmphla ,
.la. Fi-k. Jr., Pail ii oh
' t'mjiirc, Evansville.
Stenmrr Mountaini cr, b't Jjuis.
" -Mary E Poo, St Louh.
' L'Uh, .Mcmiih.
" T. F. Eckert. 1-lan.J No la
" Illinois, Ckiuiu' .
II. M. fchrev, St Li Ji.
' Clarksvillo, St Lotus
" Jai. Fisk. Jr., Padjmh
' Umpire, Kv.ii -v o
During the s-t. -IB lemrs tho Ohio b
fallen about ) Indus It is u w M fe4
0 inches below high watermark of IK
A large number 'f our citizens visitci
Raciin-Rock Sunday f.r tho purpose .j
uettinir a few of tho celebrated obstru
tion'. The rock is composed of ccmcpti
gravel and not ono solid bol as it wi
tiippo-ed to bo. Some person wi-hing ti
gain a name tor hihisuii. uuni u imgu
on it last Stiturdry night. o stippoi
ilir. unvi tlitm. will linsntnn rmnntitlc eouol
being married on the rock. This is tl
first time it has been dry for a great nun
her of voras.
Tho Missisippi is still falling with
feot to St. l.oui-. i lie uuio iiooyo ri
Russine-s nn tlie landing wa gooii.
Durini? the dav thooiilv tliinc that wl
talked about on the loveo was tho great li
in Chicago, Tho wind blow a perfc
galu during tlio day driving the dust ii
A lie i nullum in 1 1 nin.i m.. .
commoiieed loading for New Orleans Su
day morning. She will complero her carg
and leave for tho south to-day.
Tlio Mollio Ebort from New Orleans ha
a cood trip of freight for St. Louis. i
Tlie Ruler corns Uown witli a lair ion.
for Cape Girado.tu.
The Dick Johnson mado lior appeal-
unco Sunday, the first timo in eight da
Sho brought down a modcratl trip t
Tlio Cmiitol City received consiuoram
freight hero and cleared for New Orlean
mi.. . ..i.n in., iinnti eimriiirea ui in
AIIUl. IIHH 1 " J wvw.- -
St. Louis and Memphis Packet Companj
IM... ...til ... in tiii.irltta
iynu m iiih .'mii'i.ii. a
Tho Salllo for Vlousuurg nau nhi'icnui
load. Sho did net add inncii here.
Tho Mountaineer from .Memphis hail uu
XllO Jllli v J.. I uu iiui.i .
Hs.'1't- , .
Tho Utah comes in with a good trip fo
Memphis. Tho gontlo AVillio Groves 1
1110 it. .11. rsiirovu irooi i in-'o
a medium upstream trip.
Tho Illinois brought up from Coluinou:
500 sacks of no Hue for Chicago,
Tlio Reo dopartod for Now Orleans will
hor barges well freighted.
Tlio 0. R. Church had a fair trip fron
Now Orleans, sho took n bargo In tow n
Tho U ar sv lo run tlirotiKU uorseu jus
t.i.imv Talmiil in. Shu mil oil hero CO bbl
on, j ma ouu uaies oi i-un.-u .y. .........
H'lin .Inn. Vlk- nrrived nt dark with i
coal flat loaded with freight.
Tho Umpire came in with a moderate
cargo of mjpitcd freight,
S TEAM BOAT J3UTCJ1EH
1'Ily XutliMiiil Hunk Iiiilli!.ni;.
Hpcelal ntlintlon rnl'l to ordna frcin boar;