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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1871.
On M.l after Kmi'lsr, V ". . Ihj follOTr
m tt.pe-ial.le. w-ll gotrrn the nd tlcrart-
me of . nr ltln at Cairo i
Dipart-lUW train, dally - llt4Sp.ni.
Kipres,duly - 2:41 p.m.
Uipttss. dally, except Sunday 3:0" P-.
No. hsnj;eofoaris fromCniro n bt. Louis. J
cl snie "f Mr frorr Olrn l Chicago. ll'fnl
Ihid'pb li""'" sleeping oars on night train.
IkMip eluck.d I t all Impoitant pclnl.
I't. a bin Sablatli el !' and , r. m.
I'r.iicr mreliiitf, l e.luidiy
uoday .kh .M, !r. J. M I.an.den, Super
.utendent. K c- " r0Tr' l''l'r-
MrTTIIODHr-or. Eighth and Walnut Sta.
I'leacliin, Sabbath 1"H- v.. and 7 r. M.
Prayer mretlrc, Wednesday, 7,'i r. .
Mimdty hooi .-1 r. M. 1.. W. HtlUcll, Huper
ntendent. tier. K. L.Tiiniirsox, Pastor.
cniucii ok tiii: m:nr.KMEii-(t:pi?eopii)
.Morning prayers, ."abbalh 1(14 a. M.
Krcnlng praycr7. m.
SrlUtli School, Oi. it.
Iter. Ma. Co, Rector.
IT. PATRICK'S CllURCH-Jor. Ninth fl.nnd
Public frcrvlcc, Sabbath and in;,' a. m
Vespers, 3 r. M.
Sunday School, 2 r. m.
Service crcry day, 6 r. x.
Rev. P.J. O'lIiLutaiv, Prie't.
Sabbath School, )i a. m ftibballi.
Preaching, Sabbath 1 -i. nnd 'Y, r. u.
Her. J. Knir.vp, Paslor.
MISSION SUNIUV iCHOOL In tho Christian
Church, Eighteenth Sired. Babbath Scnool 3
J. 11. It mi, Superintendent.
VOb'NC. MEN'S CHRISTIAN A9S0CI ATION-Reg-nlar
meeting second Monday each month at the
Prayer room of tho Presbyterian Church.
Weekly I'rajcr meeting, Trldny, 7JJ r. m., tt
the Prayer room of tho Presbyterian church.
C. 1'AittoM, President.
terriers, sabbath, 11 a. M.
Sunday Ndiool, l r. i.
Class 3 r. h.
Preaching, 'l r. . Itcv. Win, Jnckon, Taslo
SECOND HlEK-WILMlAl'TIST-i'illeinth fcl.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbsth, ) mid 3 r. H.
Hot. K. Ricks, Pastor.
r.EE-WILl. UAPTIflTHOMn MISSION SUN'
DAY SCHOOL Corner un'nut and Cedar Eta.
Sunday School, 0 a. u.
KIlfaT FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH-Cur-
(services, riabbith 11 a. 3 r. at. and r. u.
iter. W. Kellit, Pustor.
KillVT MISSIONARY RAPIIST CIIUHCII-liet.
wecnluilmnl 11th ilreets, uear Cedar.
Preaching S,tbbath Wt a, u.tnnd r. M,
Prayer .Meeting, WeJnesday evening,
l'reachlnx, Kndsy cvenluji.
Sabbath H hool, V2 v. v. John Van Baxter and
Mary Stephens Superintendents.
Hey. T J. Snout), p.vsto
Governor, John M. Palmer !
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty j
Secretary of State, EJwar J Rummcl J
Auditor of State, C. K. Lipplncolt ;
Ela'.o Treasurer, E.N.IlatcB;
Su)n. Public lustructlon, Newton llateman
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan
Represcninllve for the State nt Larpe ncancy,
Renrecniativi Thirteenth District John M
.MEMBEJtS GEXKKAL ASSEMBLY.
Senator, 1st District 7'. A. K. llolcomb, ot
Union, andS. K. ni!nn,nf O.il.'atln.
Representative, 1st Ditrli-t 11. Watson Webb.
L'OU X T Y"oV EICKI'S.
Juilje D. J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
Prostcuting Attorney J. F. JkCiriiuy, of
r.r ult Clerk Jno. Q. Hanuan.
Hhcril! A. H. Irvin.
Wm, Martin, Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Ilross.
Afsoca'.cs J..E. JlrCrrteand S. March'ldon.
Clerk Jacob 0, Lynch.
Coroner John II. Oossman,
M UXICIl'ATi GOV EUX M EXT.
Major John M. Lnsden.
Tieasmcr J.l). Taylor.
Comptroller K. A. HurnellJ
Marshal Andrew Cilu.
Attorney P. H.ro.
Pi.lieo Magistrates-F. Ilross an I II. .Shan-
t i lclot Police L. H. Myers.
.Lco Constables John Bhethan, (day), and
J.- II. Velrrun and J.W.Sninncr, (night.)
Major John M. Lansden,
V ..! Ward-P. 0. hehuh.
ifMirl fard C. R. Wootnnnl.
I li rd Ward Jno. Wood,
roarth Ward S. fctaats Tsylor.
.lyst-Latge W.P. Halllday and l. llurd.
1IOAIIU OK AI.DKUMKN.
I I IIS f WARU-James Ueurden,
tX" N'0 WARD-II. II. Cunningham,
TIIIItD WARD Wm. Strattoii,
Fontl ll WARD-Jaiues Orroll.i
Time ot Muting.
I'iio Oily Council meets In Joint session nn
tru.y euing precjing tho first Monday of
na. n month.
T .eSelset Council meets on the first Wednea.
dsi nd Thorrday, alter the tooond Monday in
noicu or AtitEuutN,
T,', Hoard of Aldermen meets pn tho firs
lc . iy und Tuesday In evtry mouth.
OOMMITTKES Of TIIK COUNCIL.
o.i .Sfr,efjes,r. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
Wool ani Metcalf,
miiiix-Mests. Cunningham, Schuh, Fitiger.
Cuimi-Moira. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
JWe ,ni Jai-Messrs. Carroll, lluder and
Onhain((,Me8rs. Seasc, Walder and Taylor.
rV JejwrWit-Mesirs. RearUeu.Bwayne and
'''"-Mess. Hehuh. Winter and KM.Ii.
;;!"'r"J-"'-"'r.Woy Iward. Hvvavne and Under.
deo, Wlntr,Htraiti,a and Ca roll ,"",r'
U',11 lilt HAl.l ht (.'ll.ll,. f.MnI.n .... ra..
nctulr, Hlii, on u,o preiniso,at Evsuvdi lnj '
ir Inn Irvine buihlin lots. 'J'tie... lit. I...
paitvl the ilollepiaeh aud EUas -nUraemiii.
Hiil situated In tho centorol tho city. Terms of
sale 'ir-M.h. Jlnani'e ill 1,2 and U )l'r villi
lliiere.r .iirei nv rnorf -n't ''.an
'IMe Illinois Central I la I Ron I Company no
uurriur wip uv iuuuwiriuuei.l,Tll.eu IOIM IHII'irs
Ada.llouto llio City of Cairo, tir.t
Lot 2t LVjcU K!,
' 27 " .',
.. a t;
r, " at " w,
apply to JAMEHJOHMUK,
North, Througrt fcWa.m. iOOp.m
i way 2:20 P;m 'i00 P'm-
Soiilh, Way !J.Up.m.;no p.m.
ThroiiK'i .n. J'"'" .
phl and Oohunbu" .3o p.m. 4:00 p.m.
Ohm Hirer route, (except
Monday) iOOp.in. 00 p.m.
iron Mountain It. 1:30a.m. !!;( p.m.
Mli. ll ier route, Tuesday
and Tndaj 6;lp.m. 7;0Up.m.
Thetif s, (ione Island A Santn
IV. IH Thursdny A I'rl.
tlty j .;( p.m. 7iin)a.m,
Msllli, llandville nail
louhv. K 11:00a.m. t.Wp.m.
tleneral lel r.ry iwn.m.
Money onh r depnatiiient a.m. C.W
lleglslor " " " " .i) a.m. 5.00p.m.
Money Order and Ilejlster department no
of en on Siuid.ya.
CklHo;CoiiAXDiR, No. 1.1. Slated AssemM)
at the Asylum Masonn Hall, first and third Sn.
urdas In each month.
Caiao C.n-.M ii, No. 21, tiejiular Convocation at
Masonic Hall, the second Friday In each month.
Cairo Cusrita, No. 71. Hegular Convocation
at Miisouia Hall, on tho third Tuesday of every
"caii'io iMvar., No. 237 1'. A A. M -Hegular Com.
miiliications nt Masonic Hall, tho second nud
fjurih MonJava ol each month.
KrtTA Uior, No.608 K 4 A. M. Regular Com
munications nt Masonic Hall Arst and third
Thursdays In each month.
AiriAnrB Iuar. 224. Meets In Odd Fellow's.
Hsll, In Arbr'a Iluildlnit, every Thursday even
Tho counties composing tho first Senatorial dis
trict, arc requested to send delegates to n con
vention, to beholden at Metropolis, on tho zlst
day of October Instant, for the purpose of nomi
nating n Democratic cauuldnte for this district,
to fill tho vacancy occasioned by the death ol Hon.
S. K. Olbson.
Accord.ng to the basis ol representation adopted
the several counties will bo entitled to tho fol
lowing number of delegntca i
SAMUEL V, WHEELER,
Chairman Senatorial Committee,
Wo are authorized to announce Jtidgo Wm
Dowman as a candidate for tho Stale Senate from
tho First Senatorial District, fill tho vacancy
occasioned by the death of Hon Simson It
Olbson, subject to the decision of .ho uemocratlc
l?OK MUM PUIS.
The fine passenger steamer
JXO. D. HALL, MASTER,
Will leave Oaiio To-Day at 12 o'clock, for Mem-
I inn nuii way iio.ihb. ror iroigm or jiassage np
ply on board, r io JNO, II, HALL, Master.
1uIi1Ih1u41 every anornliit; Muiilny ex
Col. Taylor is hi S)rliigfiold.
Jnko Vcft, of Mctnoli, was in town
Mcllulu leit for ChtcAgo ymtordny
.Messrs, AVcoo", AVIckwire, JncV Win
ter nud Oberly Avcnt to scu tlio groat Clii-
cn"o li ro.
Tlioro French Cherries, in fyrup, to
popular with conrioisctiro lire Eold by Jor
As foon ns it can bondvortiscd wo will
givo tho full amount of money donated,
for tho relief of Chicago.
Adams' dry corned fhh, u most delicious
article, in nbundnnco nt .lorgonion's gro
cory store. tf.
Tlio First ward, at lust accounts had
donated $190 in monoy, for tho relief of
thosulTurcrs in Chicago.
Kuv.J. VT. Grant, pnniditig older of the
Cairo district of the M E. church, lias de
termined to remove to .Mound City.
Mr.Scasc, superintendent, and the cm-1
jiloycs now engaged nn tho custom house,
gave onu hundred dolliiM cuih for tlio rc
lelf of tho sutler en in Chicago.
Wo learn from Cupl. Hall, of thu Ada
Heilmiin, tlmt, notwillntauding tho re
ports of tlio St. Louis papers, tliat from
Cairo lo Memphis then- i at least "J feet
of water in the .Mississippi river.
Ve'terilay, nftor tli6 car of provisions
had been shipped, donations of meat,
bread, etc., were sent in. Jlany of our
citizens were preparing food, but could
not get it ready in tinto for tlio train yes
teiday. To-day, nt 12 o'clock, tho gullnnt pass
enger stenmor Ada lliTliniin, will leavo our
wharf for .Memphis and way points. Tlio
llellman is i lino boat mid olllcercd by
gcntlumcn with wliom it is n pleasure
to travel. For freight or passago apply
on board or to J, M, Phillips, Agent.
Ono hundred dollars invested al 0 per
cent, for llfty years amounts to $1,84'J.01'
Ouu hundred dollars invested at 10 per
cent for Illty years amounts to $11,730.00.
Xow York companies invest at tlio former
rate, tho I.lfo Association at tliolattor.
Dan Lamport has removed his barber
shop to Eight Uroot, iccond door from
Ohio levee, St. James hotel building
whoro ho is prepared to servo his old cus
tomcrs and as many new ones us may cull
on him with as good, Miiooth, clean shaves
as can bo had nt any establishment of tho
kind in tho city. oct. 0, dlw
Jas, Tcmplcton. n rosldcntof Chicago,
left town yestorJuy to look for his family
atniu tho rnlnu. Ho liiul supposed thoy
womu ttcapo until later dispatches showed
Win the lire had reached tho vicinity of
Wshome. Mr. Tcmplcton was employed
here by a Chlcag., flrm , Ulu co.
rue r building U18 ,iri , Ulc BUilom
house. 1, hud tho sympathy of all who
saw him depart on bis iud errand.
-Tlio most popular .ho, .bop n t0Wll
is on 20th street oppoilte tho c0Url 10Uk0
liotel, wlioro "Wm. Elders manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant.
cd to bo of the best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which he guonralees to give
cntiro satisfaction. Cull on him nnd you
will know how it is yourself.
Tho following wcro thonrrivals at tho
St. Charles hotel yostcrdfty: AVm. M.
Dnrkloy, Xow Orleans Clarcnca Day, St.
Eouls j F. P. French, Cincinnati j George
II, Fnrkour, Xow York'; Mins Donley,
Pmliicah ; Mrs. Donloy nnd family, l'ndu
cah ; Tho". 1). KadcliOc, Cincinnati ; Hen
ry Turncy, Cincinnati j F. II. Malagur,
"Washington j F.C.Fulton, Scaghtirckc;
Jas. Eurlingham, Chicago ; Col. Fred. E.
Fooblcs, city; Fercy Fay, Now Madrid;
Ida Fay, Now Madrid; I, It, Summers,
Xow Mndrld ; S. I). 'Wellington, Morrison ;
Thos. 'W. Shomnrts and C M. Crolo, Xow
Fetor Siiup has opened n bran now oys
lor saloon, 102 Commorcial avenue, where
he will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, tho largest nnd most delicious in
the city,vhlch lie will soli tho by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with tho express view of supplying
gcntlomon nnd ladles witli a placo whoro
they may enjoy n, meal of theso toothsomo
bivalves quietly, without being disturbed
by tlio bustlo and noises incidental to tho
commonpiaco restaurant oyster room.
Miss Ellen D. Eamcs, formerly of
Kalamazoo, having taken up her rcsldcnco
in Cairo, informs tho public that tho is de
sirous of giving instruction in yocal nnd
instrumental music nnd in French. Miss
Entries comes nmong us with excellent re
commendations. During the lato session of
tho Northwestern Academy of Music, she
was nmong tho most proficient in piano
forte practico nnd vocal Instruction, nnd
the conductors of the academy unito in
their testimony to her thorough knowl
edgo of music and her capability to teach
tho same. Miss Eamcs resides in the house
formorlv occupied by Mr.G. H. Oltnstcad
whoro sho will bo hnppy to receive pupils
nnd givo nuy information if required in re
gard to terms. tf.
Arrested. A well-known citizen o
this city was n day, or two since,boforo ono
of our city magistrates tor being drunk
nnd disorderly, Ho was fined tho usunl
amount $0 CO. After tho trinl was over
ho might hnvo been heard soliloquizing
thusly : " Xow, this is tho second timo 1
hnvo been up before n mngistrato for tho
samo offense. I might hnvo known it
if 1 hnd gono to Albn's in tho first placo
nnd got one of thoso smooth, clean, deli
cious shaves that Alba is known to givo
to every ono who patronizes him, this
would not hiiTO hnnnencd." Therefore,
reader, tako warning ana always go to
Aloa a barber suop, commercial avenue,
between Seventh nnd Eighth streets, tf I
Fou Sale ok Eext. Tho two story
frnmo hotiso situnted on Commcrcial-nv.,
between Eighteenth nnd Ninctccnth-sts.,
owned by John Hegarty, is offered nt a
bargain. Tlio houeo contains, on tho first
floor n good and well nrranged bar room,
neatly fitted up, n largo dining room,
kitchen nnd two sleeping rooms; nnd up
stairs six rooms. In tho rear of tho build-
ng Is ii porch with stops leading upstairs
Thcro is n good yard well enclosed at
tached to the promises. For particulars
apply to Jon.v Hloakty,
at tho Gibson house, corner of Commorcial
nvonuo nnd Fourth streets. Oct. 5, dtf
Tho family grocery store of Uixby &
Koehlor is bouig patronized largely by poo
plo who liko lino grocorlcs. Their location
on tho north sldo of Eighth street, bo
tween Commercial nnd AVnshington av
enues, is n central one, nnd their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this new candidate for public patron-
ngo meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. .Messrs. Koehlor & Uixby propose to
keep up their reputation byalwnjs selling
tlio best of all sorts of groceries to their
patrons and tho public, knowing that peo
ple generally aro nwaro of tho fact that
really good articles of nny kind aro al
ways thu cheapest in tho end. tf
Kf.uaiii.i: and S.vru. Dr. Henry Itoot
und Plant Fills are mild nnd pleasant in
tlioir operation, yet tlirorotigh, producing
no nausea or griping, lleing entirely
vccetablo, they can bo taken without re-
f urd to diet or business. They arouse tho
Ivor and secretive organs into hoalthy
action, mrowing en Ulseaso witnoui ex
hausting or debllituting tho system. Try
them anil vou will bu satisfied. Frico 2fl
cents a box. Sold by druggists and dnal-
crs in mcuiclno every wlioro. J'rcnareu uy
thu Grafton Mcdicinu company, St. Louis,
(iKomiK the barber, whom everybody in
Cairo knows, lately with Eschbach As'Ihco
bold, has opened a nliop on Commercial nv
onue, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets for tliu accommodation of tho ladies
nnd gentlcmi'ii of tlio upper part of the
city. Georgo is too well-known to require
u reccommendiitlon from us, but wo aro
glad to fay tho Fourth AVard is fortunate
In being ublu to count him as a citizen nnd
his tliop as an institution where nil work
will bo executed in tho highest stylo of tho
Esthay Xotice $10 llEWAun. Strny-
cd from tho eubscrlbor, on tho 31st of July
last, u largo roan cow. Sho would wcigl
about 1,100 pounds at tlio timo sho was
missed. There aro no special marks about
her excopt that her bag is unu.ually long,
1 will pay ton dollars reward to any ono
delivering tlio nbovo described cow nt my
shop on tho corner of Nineteenth nnd
Poplnr streets, Cairo, Ills.
scplOtf James Ktnastox.
Xew Meat Market. Xick Williams
will open his now meat market this morn
ing at tho corner of Poplar nnd Twentieth
streets, wlioro ho will koop constantly on
hand all kinds of meat and tho very best
in tho markot. Ho will not pormit nny
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, nnd earnestly invites
tho public to givo him a call at his now
FiFTV-TinsEE. Mr. J. E. Park, hereby
informs tlio public thnt ho is now ready to
crvo customer with tho choicest fresh
oysters, done up in any stylo desired, nt all
bourn, day or night. Thu bar of tho res
taurant is Mipplied with thocholeost wlncn,
liquors, cigarn, etc. Call nnd t-eo him,
WAxrKD At tho Delmonlco Hotel one
hundred weekly boarders. Vivo meals
each day, price $0 per week.
aiigMtf 'Wr. Winter,
AX EARNKST EFFORT IX JJE11ALF OF Clll
CAOO SUFFERERS IXAUCJURATED.
In pursuanco of adjournment, n lnrgo
number of clllzons convened In tho
Allioneitm nt 10 o'clock yestordny morn
ing, to perfect mcusuros for the rolief of
tho sull'erors by tho flro in Chicago.
Tho clinlrman, nftcr stating tho object
of tho meeting, invited such suggestions
or motions as might forward tho business
Muyor Lnnsdon stated that but little In
formation hnd been received in nddltion to
that published in the morning paper. He
read n dispatch from tho gcnornl superin
tendent of tho Illinois Central rallrond,
stnling thnt thcro was ono hundred thou
sand people in tho city without bread, nnd
asking Unit cooked provision"-, bo forwarded
witli as little delay ns possible. Ho also
read u dispatch from tlio train master of
Illinois Centrnl railroad, contradicting tlio
report that the road was so obstructed
that supplies could not go through, and
suggesting that provisions be forwarded by
tho No. 4 (3 p.m.) train.
Captain llurd moved that a committco
of three from each ward bo appointed to so
licit donations of cooked provisions, money
nnd such oilier nrtlclcs ns might servo to
supply tho necessities of tho destitute, and
that tho supplies thus collected be for
warded by tho afternoon trnln. Tho mo
tion prevailing, tho following gentlemen
wore appointed :
First ward Capt. D. llurd, Capt. Geo.
D. AVilliamson and Sol. v. Silver.
Second wnrd S. D. Ayrcs, F. "W. Unr-
clay and It. H. Cunningham.
Third wnrd John Q. Harrnan, F. H.
Popo and Georgo Fisher.
Fourtli ward-C. Wnslon, D. H. "Ward
ncrnnd Capt. "W. P. Halllday.
Mr. Sol. A. Silver as ono of tho volun
tary soliciting committco that canvnsscd
tho city yesterday, reported that tho sum
of $334 in cash and about $000 worth of
provisions had been collected. Of tho
cash $2CG had been expended for provis
ions, which, with donations, had gono for
ward by tho 2 o'clock train yesterday.
Mr. Winston moved that tho report bo
thankfully received, nnd that tho bnlnnco
of cash in the hands of tho solicitors bo
paid over to tho treasurer. Carried.
F. "W. Uarclay moved that a committco
of three, from tho city at large, be ap
pointed to rcccivo and forward tlio art!
clcs collected by the ward committees or
otherwise. Tlio motion being decidedly
affirmatively, tlio following committee
was named: Mayor Lansden, . D. Mat
thus and Albert Sttnnkn.
On motion of Capt. Hallidny, A.Susankn
was elected treasurer lo rcccivo nnu ex
pend, under direction of tlio committee, all
contributions of money.
Captain llurd suggested, that the vari
ous committees, in their rounds through
the city, make it known lha'. donations
may be forwarded at any time to tho de
pot, in the "Widows' block, Ohio levee.
At the suggestion of numerous citizens,
Mayor Lansden appointed tho fjllowing
gentleman ns a special cemmittco to solicit
contributions from slcamboatmen : Capt
J. M. Phillips, Marlon 0. Wright, Jamc
All monoy or provisions collectod b,
these guntleinon, will bo taken in chitrge
by tho gcnornl committco, and forwarded
at tho earliest practicable moment.
Tho meeting then adjourned subject to
tho call of tho chairman.
C. II. Foote, Chairman.
M. 1J. Hariiell, Sncrottiry.
and n multitude
Uixby & Koehler's.
Fiief. Daxce. John Hegarty will givo
ji froo dunco nt tho Gibson house, cornor of
Fourth street nnd Commercial avenue, on
Tuesday evening, October 10th. The bar
as well supplied with tho choicest wines and
liquors, and clgurs of tho host brands. He
yarty invites all ills friend to be present.
The Chicago Ueor Saloon, AVm.
Iscliick, proprietor, Xos. .i and 28 Eighth
i.ttcet, is a favorite placo of resort with nil
favors of AVciss' Ilcor, Liquors of every
description, and all kinds of foreign and
liomo Wines. Xo ordinary liquors arc
dispensed at tlio bur of tho saloon only
tho very best, and guests find In nttend-
s.nco polito und accomodating waiters, A
i'reo lunch is spread every day nt 10
o'clock n. m. uuiiKtf.
Tin: jikst stock of gouulne French cnlf
in tho city may be found ut AVm. Killers'
nhop on Twentieth street, opposite tlio
Court Houiio hotel. If you want a good,
neat-fitting pair of boots, shoes, slippers
niado on short notice, and warranted, call
Fresh Oysters. 1 am now receiving
ilally, tho eolobrated 0. S. Maltby's 11, nnd
M. brand of fresli oysters, which are unri
valled, nnd for snlo by the can or ease on
tho most reasonablu tonus, try them, al
ways warranted good und fresh.
if Wm. Winter.
Urick Store for It ext. Tho brick
store, Xo. 78, Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. M. Stocklletli, Esq., is oll'cred for
rent, nnd will bo vncant on tho 18th Inst.
Apply to J.vo. II. Piiillis,
Sleenxci ltOOMS FOR Eext. Ten
vf oil ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional llnnk building. Apply to
At City National Jiank.
Just JtECEiVED. W. T, Thornton
Tenth etroot between Commercial nvenuo
and Poplar street, has just received nnd in
torn 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows nud
Go to Jorgonsen's for imported Dun
dee orange marmalade, tlio celebrated
Loudon crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
choice Genopso figs. tf
For good photographs, porcolain pic
tures, or old pictures to bo copied, call on
Thomus, No, lii Commercial nvonuo. Ho
, good workman. Givo him n trinl.
To iht Cithcnsof Cairo .'
It Is thought best to collect no more pro
visions nt present for shipment to Chicago
until further mlvlccs concerning tho sup
ply sent forward nnd rccolvod.
J. M. Laxsoex, Mayor.
October 10th, 4 p. m.
A LIST OF TIIK DOXOIIS.
Owing to tiie confusion In gelling tho
supplies shipped, It was iinposibio to ob
tain a correct list of nil tho persons who
contributed nnd the articles thoy donated.
Any seeming carelessness on tho part of
committee it Is hoped will bo overlooked
by thoso who contributed nnd Jo not find
their names In the list published bolow:
Mr Holmes, 1 box of crackors, C4 lbs.
J 1J Taylor, C boxes crackers, U50 lbs.
John Clancy, 0 lb sausage.
Itov Mr Foot, 1 box beef and crackers,
Mrs Holmes. 1 box choese, 42 lbs.
Mrs O'Cahill, 1 paper crackers, 'J lbs.
John Struulial, 1 bundlu clothing.
John Lnnsdon, 'J bxs cheese.
It Smith & Co., i dozen cans oystors.
N IVitet, 12 lb3 bacon.
S Wilson A- Son, 100 lbs hams.
J li Ohio, 83 lbs soda crackers 8 lbs
Thomas, Green & Allien, o3 lbs butter.
A Kschbiieh, 21 lbs bread.
F Winterbcrg. 3nibsbrcnd.
K O Ford, 10 ib bread.
F Theobold.lolbs beef.
1) W Hamlin, 12 lbs boiled ham.
II iilack. S lbs sausages.
O M Aluen, 1 basket bread and meat.
A II Irvin 1 hams 05 lbs.
J D Zunona, 1 box sausage, 164 lbs.
J II Phillips, 1 bbl potatoes nnd 1 box
of bread nnd meat.
P Cuhl, 32 doz. loaves of bread.
Moo Hill, sausages, 8 lb.
F Itose, 4 loaves of bread and 1 liam.
Dr Ilrignam, 1 sack of potatoes.
Mrs McCurty, 10 loaves of bread.
Mr Hale, 0 loaves of bread and u basket
Mis Sam Archer, 1 basket of provisions,
llenrv -Miller, 1 boiled ham.
A CColmnn, 11 lbs. of beef.
Mrjltccse, 10 doz. loaves of bread.
Mrs Lend, 8 lbs. bread and butter.
Mr , 1 box provision.
Mrs Uotts, 1 large basket of provisions.
L Jorircnscn, 1 bbl. crackers! and a half
J Q Hitrman, -15 lbs ham nnd beef.
J W Hill, 1 box crackers.
John Iiocpplc, 2 bbl. sausage, 3G0 lbs.
J IS Ellis, 1 box crakcrs fitli and bcof.
Unknown, (3rd Ward,) 2 boxes of pro
Mnckio & Co., 2 baskets of bread.
Mrs Fishback, 1 basket provisions.
Mrs ltedman, 1 basket of provisions.
11 M Union, 7 boxes of cheese.
Mrs Davidson, 1 basket and 1 pan pro
Mrs J S Davis, 1 basket of provisions
Geo Fisher, 1 basket of provisions.
John Farmer, 1 boiled ham.
P Fitzgerald,, 1 basket provisions.
Louis Herbert, 1 box and 1 basket of
Mrs Eastman, 1 basket bread.
John Kelly, 1 basket bread and meat.
S. It. Hay, 1 boiled bam.
Dr. Dunning, 1 largo pan roast beef.
P Cuhl, 2 largo boxes bread.
P Saup, 1 box cooked meat.
1 1 libber & Major, 2 dollars' worth bread
Mrs Douthcl, 20 cents' worth bread.
Mrs 11 L Halllday, 1 basket biscuit and
S M Stoter. 1 basket provisions.
Mrs It P liobbins, 1 basket biscuit nnd
Jncob Walters, 2 hams nnd 2 tongues
Mr Elliott, 2 do, loaves bread.
Mrs McKeo, 1 basket provisions.
J O Carson nnd others, 1 largj box pro
Mrs Hulls, 1 basket provisions.
.Mrs Close, 1 basket provisions.
Mrs Popo, 1 bo 1 d ham.
John Petre, 2 boiled ham.
Xew York Store, 4 boiled hams, 3 pack
ages dried beef, 20 lbs ground cnllee, SO
lbs sugar, 30 lbs sausages, 37 lbs checto
and numerous other articles.
Mrs Patton, 1 boiled ham. 1 packazo
II Walschmidt, box cooked meat.
Bristol & Stillwcll, lariro box bread and
A Cuhl, box cooked meat and bread.
J Hettic, box cooked meat nnd bread.
S C Avers, box cooked meat nnd broad,
Itittcnliouse, box cooked meat.
Mr Piiillis, box cheese, bucket buttor,
box crackers, 2 boxes dried beef.
Greeley A: Partier, box cooked meat, box
cheese, box crackers, sack potatoes.
Mr J C White, 20 lbs cooked sausage,
20 dozen biscuits ar.d buns.
Mrs Fred Smith and Mrs Jones, 3 loaves
Mr Uriback, 50 lbs cooked sausage.
Mrs Oborly, 1 bollod ham.
Mrs Corry, 1 sack provisions.
J A Jones, 1 basket provisions.
It II Cuni.inghiiin, 1 ham.
Mr A Cummlngs, 1 ham.
VINCKNT.S LOTTKRY SAL1
THE TWEXTY-SIXTH OF DECEMRER FIXED
AS THE DAY ON WHICH THE DRAWING
WILL COME OFF.
Determined to dispose of nil tho tickets
in his lottery snle,Mr. F. Vincent lias con
cluded to postpone tho drawing until tho
2Ctli of Dccombor. Ho is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, and is meet
ing witli tlio most gratifying success ou
every hand. During n recent trip to Grand
Tower nnd other neighboring towns ho
disposed of nearly ono thousand tickets,
nnd tho demand Is rapidly increasing, tlio
drawing will not (ail to como oil' on tho
There nro blx prizes, tho principal
prize, ns is well-known, being a splendid
residence, that was erected at n cost of $10,
000. Tho remaining five prizes nro ns
Lot 31, block 1, 3d nddltion to tho city
of Cairo, valued at $000,
Lot 32, block I, 3d addition to tlio city
of Cairo, valued tit $300.
Lot 30, block I, 3d nddltion tlio city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to tho city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 17, block 40, in tho city of Cairo
Illinois, valued nt 300. octCdtf
We hnvo Just received u largo stock
nt linntlnn- stoves for c thcr coal or
wood or both, suitable for ofllce, halls par
lors or dinins rooms. U'e will duplicate
any Cincinnati, JCcansvillc or St. Louis
retail price list for either cooking or heat
inn stoves. Ordors by mail will rcccivo
Beerwart, Orth & Co.,
No. 130 Commercial nvonuo.
For ItEx r. Fivo rooms over tho city
council chamber. Enquire of Jacob O.
I.C. R. R. NOTICE.
Until further notlco no freight will bo
received for Chicago.
I'ussengor trains will lonvo 22d street,
nd run betweon Chicago nnd Cairo ns
"""il. J. Joiixsox. Acrnt.
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
l'Olt SALE 1 1
At public auction, on (ho 20th of Octo
ber, at Xo. 70 Ohio levee, all tho (urnlture,
books, papers, etc., npertnlolng thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent.
Dax. Hartmax, Auctioneer.
lloARPtxii houses use Uillet's. ngl3
Gillf.t's wu.hlng crystal makes wash
ing easy. ag 13
Wei.', regulated families uso Glllct's
Paul G. Schuh sells Itattingcr's medi
Little Muck Claim (quatrangs) nt
IIeautiful biscuits follow Glllct's bak
ing powder. nt;13
Moxey refunded if Glllct's goods don't
The best East India dry preserved gin
ger at Jorgcnsen's. tf.
The finest vunilh chocolato pasta In
glass, nt Jorgcnsoti's. tf.
Trt the American club fish, put up in
oil, to be found nt Jorgonsen's.
Jokoexsox has just received a large sup
ply of Portland blue berries. Try lliem. tf
Go to Dr. McGaulcy for Itattingcr's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted lo cure tlio chills
Oysters. Louis Herbert liasnlwason
hand n fresh supply of Saddle ltock oys
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
bouses complete. Apply to
W. W. TlIORXTOX.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work
numerous cncravini's, 221 paces. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
Xo. 12 Xorth Eighth Street, St. Louts.
Mo. Seo Advertiicnif nt. tf
Is kants. Tho most irritable and restless
of thesu tender little household buds, aro
charmed as it wcro into quiet nnd sweet
repose, by using Mrs. AVhitcomb's Syrup.
Bead tho cardde-cribing Dr. Itattir.
cer'a fumilv medicines. Tlio medicines aro
no patent or quack prepractions, but the
result ol special siuuy nnu experiu-jcu .
regular pliysician. wci -luawiw
For Sale or Exchaxob for Cairo
Property. 1 have One IIuniired anu
Sixty acres of first-class unimproved
land in Johnson county, which 1 will tell
on rcasonablu terms, or exchange for Cairo
city property. P. H. l'oi-K.
Phillip Bauoh is master of his trade
nnd warrants nil of his work to bo of tho
very bett material mid maiiufanturc; guar
antees n complete fit and cntiro satitlac
tlon, isnot confined to any'pnrtlcular style,
but makes every variety of boots and slioci
from the heaviest cowhido to tho finest
French calf nnd morocco. Ho also keeps
n largo stock on hand, ij .isoicn tnanufae-
turr, and any ono desirous of purcha'lng
L'ood custom work cheap should call on
him nt his shop on Eighth St., south side,
near comer of Ohio levee, Cblro.
Steamer It. P. Walt, Memphis,
11 Ada Hcllmnn, Memphis,
" Columbia, Memphis,
" City of Qulncy, St. Loul--,
" Belle of Pike, Memphis,
" Atlantic, St. Louis,
11 Illinois, Columbus
It. P. Walt, St. Louis,
" Columbia, St. Louis,
" Cilv of tjuincy, Xow Orleans,
" Indiana, Xow'Orlcan,
" Tom Itecs, Xew Orleans,
Bulks of Pike, St. Louis,
" Illinois, Colutibus.
The Ohio nt tills point has declined two
inches sinco our last report. Tlio Missis,
slppl is still falling slowly. The Ohio
above Louisville, Is so low that navigation
lias almost been suspended'
Business on tlio leveo was good ; the
wcathor was clear and pleasant.
Tlio Ada Hollman camo up light from
Memphis. Shu will not go nny further
up tho river, but will load horo for Mem'
phis wliich shocan do without any delay,
The Columbia discharged at tho I. O. It
It. wharfboat 308 bulcs of cotton. Tho
Indiana doparted for Xew Orleans loaded
to tho water, iho had a heavily freighted
barge in tow.
Tlio City of Qulncy came out with n
good trip for tho South, and received n
inrgoamoiint of freight horo.
Tlio Tom Itces clearod for Xow Orleans
witli four barges heavily loaded and a fuel
bargo in tow.
Tlio Andy Johnson is roportod nground
at Turkoy Island, and tho Hollo Leo Is ly.
ing above tlio island waiting for her to got
out of tho way.
The Colossal is aground at Harrionvlllc,
and the Sallioat Point Pleasant.
Tlio Atlantic brought out n tow of barges
ladon witli freight nnd will mnko an nddi
tion to her tow hero.
Tho Southwestern landod alongside of
tho Virginia nnd took oll'htr passengers,
nnd will tako them to their various des
Ellis Harris, lato second dork of tlio
City of Chester, is coming out on tlio Alice
in tho samo position.
Tlio It. P. Walt, from Momphis, had but
Sam. Finhor, mato of Phillip's wharf
boat, is confined to his bod by sickness.
John Kellcy, formerly ono of tho pro
prietors of tho Delmonico hotel, is now
captain of tho A. Bakor.
At tho Koyrtonoconl works near Pitts-
burg, owned by W. II. Brown, pro
tln largest nmount of coal was Ion'
IptPrtAfl tin T1......1 .. . . I
plishcd In onu day either in this to
or Huropo. In thirteen working
28,150 bushols wcro plac 1 in two b
Tlio cars each holding twenty-llvo b
averaged nearly two n minute. Foi
years ngo John O'X'clll loaded
bushels in eleven hours, nnd has ovci
nntrtf..1 .it, tita it.t.iL ,, int f t,...
presented to him. Ho will prcici
horns to Mr. Ilrown, but cxproucs b
termination to rctakotlicm.
'ity Xatlonnl Hank IltllK'ing
Ni-tfistint a i I as. 4 ( . I . a.. .i. . r
Kcport r tho Condition
U1TI lNATlOiN Aii A
At Cairo, initio Ktatn of Illinois, al tho c
iiosiness, uctoricrftl, 1671.
Loans nnd discounts
I', f. Ilonds lo trvuro eircu
17. H. bonds on bund
Oilier slocks, bonds and
(Iter dM Is
I)iu ruin redeeming nnd rc-
srrr agcus s;2,iG is
I)u from other National
Hanks... .. oTxu tf
IMiorrumlntiiksauil Imnktrs ll.vel 81 12;
oar King nou , j,ooo t o
Other real estate I.VKO If
Current expenses 2,1 kj I't
Taxes iiald Mi 70
Clii-oks and other cash iii ins CMS U)
mill, or other National banks 3,IC Ol
Fractional curency i,nd
nickels 1.741 30
Hpecle.coln 7.131 61
i.e)jni leri'ier Holes xvo w
Cardial stork 100
wircii'aiiu j uuisuinti nit ....... s
Kxchanae t 2,778 Z
Inlere.t tf.Jfi SI
Profit and loss .. ? aoo u? ni
IndiTldiial deposits 22o
Duo tomaioiMnks am iank'
ers .. u
State of Illinois, Alexander countr. ss.
I, W. Ihslon, assistant cashl. r of tho Cil
avnvp stnlptnrnt Is trti. tn lh. ttt nfmr 1
nuum II..UM, ui v..,,,,, "iriilulT wrr u
edge and belief, W.HVdLOI'. Asst. Cisl
subscribed ami sworn to before nm, th
dsy of Cctober, mi, II. II. C A.NDF.
Correct Attest ;
II. L. Halllday. J
i nnu i-r wl u i 11 iwvi vn
Of tho Condition of tho
OF CAIEO, ILL.
At Ihecloso of business, Octoter
Loans and discounts
I'. ti. bomU lo secure circula
tion L'.H. bonds and securitl s on
f ith. r stocks, bonds, a'ld inirt
from redeeming an I re
line from oilier National I .inks
Iliielroin banks and b inkers
He I estate -
Furnittir and fixtures
Cash items, Irx hiding stamps
cash on I ana, in coin....
'IS I It- i't
Capful stock -
I'rol'u nnd los
I! 720 t
CIS i 4,'
Iiuo to National bask-'..
1 C N HiiL'lira. r-.. ..r of tho First Nil
Mlnfi,nrrL is true In thn lies! nf my know
lianK oi i;airu, uu suiemrny swear iiiai inr s
,,i t.n.-r I' v. Mi'.jlii'-i n.ili
rfnv ol Uctnhvr.1811. CFlAd. CU.NNINOHA
Ki.u.. I ii.,", iiii.i pnui,, .... , ....
1'nrrrt Attest t Nolarv Pub
li. mint, i
Robt. W. Miller, J-Dirrctora
II. Meyers, J
'A t .1X11 I 1 I I , I I . I . I
Welty PacUrt for Pivlucftb, KTanrlil id4
ipviiit. iiQ irtTorne t learner,
T. O. KYM.VN, .Mnslrr.
Leaves Cairo every HATUDKAY at 5 o'clock
For freiMlit or passage apply onboardur to
CAIKO AND PADUCAII
The splendid steamer
Jor 1'on ler, JIuilrr.
so I'mio IIU'.V, iSindiyi
in. ror ireuir. or pa sixs
t'AIltO AND KVAXSVILLK
II. S. .11 All. IMCKI7T.
Tho fast-running, light diautht steamer,
t - ri..i.A t'rnn' Qttvn,v...i tim , nai
(in placo of steamer Idlcuilr!), at A p.m.
ftfc. fcl A ...
ii i mm ii avii iMrivovin
l jutvau nisi j-i a1 Qi i lili
(In place of the Ark.Ilell),
TUB hrLENDII) LIQHT DRAVOnT STEAM
I.r.i: IIOWLI.I,, Mnsilrr.
ii.ii uni da i uiuia i ai f o ciocif, p.m, r
freight or passago apply un board or to
.1 4.U stsststsi a.rs
, i. rABKin. a, r, i
J'AUKKlt k 11LAKK,
O i IJ1J 1 ill 1.J lillll 11
I'litly, llcnliie, iUNollne,
And tlio celebrated illiiiulnatlna
HU03S' UUILDINO, COlt. llTII-ST. A CO.A