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timf. table or the Illinois centra lr.r.
U aHiafUrfuteHy, Hlli.itTI, III follow-
in nire-wl.'e wil Koi'rn ihe niriml nnd depart
nr . f rn :: . ttwns l lairoi
)qji-f-Mall train, daily 11.43 p.m
KriM, daily CIS j.in.
iun,iji!r - s&on.ri.
ExprM daily, exempt Humlay 3:COp.in.
N. i hanxof cr from Cairo to St. I,ol. .No
cfci.tti' i( "m f.-orr Olro . Chicago. Ilejant
lr"-t l.--m lerpuig oars oo ntjjlil Iron
H' wlin'kml I mil lniKjitifil pe.lnt.
I'im -Mm t-uMmth at lojj a. .v., Hi r. s.
I'r'jft inoft ng, Wdii.l.v al ?! e.
,id.iy S !i rol, .1 p. ,v. J. Jf. Lannlen, Super-
inteiidcnf. Ktr. C. II. Footr, Pb-r.
MHTHoMir-Cur. KiMh nl Walnut ft.
frnw-hinr, Sabbath 1J . and 7 r. .
!rpy'"rtTietlr,r, Wedntnlay, "ii t. M.
-vnav Miool 3p sr. L. W. Htllirptl, Oopf r
BtndMit. "el"- UTlWJiMoy, l'.l-tor.
Clllincll OF TilK REDEEM Klt-(F.plcopl)
.Mornla prayers SaMuilli lnJS . u.
pabrMhhool,!!. ? ,, ,
hcv. Mn. Oun, Hector.
it. PATRICK'S CHURCH-Jor. Ninth Pi. and
IMbhe-ervlee, Sabbath and Id); t. .
Sunday School,! p. .
P.cv. P.J.O'ltu.i.-iaoi, Prlt.
CHBHTIAN-E'Rhleenlh ttree t.
pa-Ath School. 0'4 a. .. ?l.bnli.
Preaehinc.S.bUthl"', m., and 7J p. m.
Ki-t J. Kmrvo, Pastor.
MIsSIO.V SUNDAY SCHOOL In the Christian
Church, L'lghtc-nlh Suet!. Sabbath .S-nool 3
J. II, Rtri), Siipetlntendf nt.
OD.Nfl M EN'i CI! RIsTIAN A&SOCI ATlON-Rffi
uUr mf ttlog looond Mor.dT el' month at the
Prtyrr room t.f tlio Profl.jtcnan Church.
WttWj Pr)tr meeting, FriJay, H r.'x., t
the l'rrer room of tho Presbjtenan church.
('. Pom, Prenl'lent.
fcernce, fahtath, 11 M.
Bun.ljr S'liool, 1J$ P. v.
Can St. M.
Preachinc,"; P. x. Itcv. Vm. JacKon, I'asto
HF.CONO rnKE-'wn.lilUPTlsT-Viftenth Et.
between Walnut and Ceaar.
SerTices 8bbth, an 1 3 r. m.
lleT. N. P.ic, Pastor.
nEE-WILl-BAPTIST HOME MIsSlOA tUN
DAY sCHUOl Corner walnut an.l Cedar Hi:
Sunday School, 9 a. i.
FIRsT FHEE HIM, BAPTHT CHUP.CII-Cur-
vertices, riatlutli II a. N.,3 p. M. and 'ii P. w.
Ker. H'n. Kcutr, J'.ijtor.
HIl.TMI3SrO.VART II.lPri.ST CIIUIICH-Bet-wetnUltlmnJ
lllh itroel, ntarCcdnr.
PrtMhint Sabtialh 10: a. si., and T.'i P. x.
Tpayer Jlee'lnjt. U'e.lnendayeteninj.
i'reMhln)!, Friday evening,
fabbath .i hool, 1 p. i. John Van 11
Miry stcphein upermtendrnts.
Kev. TJ. 8110SH, I'julo
Unernor, John M. Palmer.
I.leuttnant-Oovernor, John Dougherty 1
Secretary of State, Edward Kummel ;
Auditor of SUtc, C. K. Lipplncoit i
ttale Treasurer, E.N. I!atej
Mipt. Public lu.tr jotion, Nmrtou lUlfiinn.
renators I.yinan Trumbull andJohn A. Logan.
Uepreseniatlve for the frtate at Luge Vacancy.
l:rpreemaliYC Thirteenth Dutrict John M
MEMBERS U EXEKA L ASS EM IJ L Y.
Sentor, 1st Uitrlct-T. A. E. Holcomb, cl
Union, and S. K. OiUon, of OalUtln.
U rre-entatlte, lt butri.-t II. Wat.on Wobb.
Judge I). J. ll.iker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Atloniej . I. I'. MiOartncy, 0
C r uit ClerL Jno. Q. Jlannan,
Slicritl A. H. Inin.
Win Martin, Asmsor and Treasurer.
Judge T. Dross.
Assoc.ats-J. K. McCnfcand S. .Mirch'ldon.
Clerk Jacob 0. LTnch.
coroner lohn H. Gossman.
.ii UXICI PA I. GO VKHN M K N'T.
Slayer John M. Ltnsden.
1 utcr-J. U. Taylor.
irr..itro ler-E. A. Hurnlii
. rs-Mlchacl Howli-y.
M .rhal Andrew CjIii.
if rnty p. II. Pope.
I' e Mititra!-F. Ilru- mid It, Hhn-
"unci Pollce-I II. Myers.
'9 faai:ai!e-J,)linBliehan, (dav), and
' 11 ""elrnn anl J. W. -Bumner, (nlgh't.)
May r-Jolin M. l.aniden,
I Ward-P. G.uhuli.
v 3iii Uurd-C. K.oo.anl.
J'li H Ward Jno. Wood,
r urtli Wrd-S. StaaU Tylor.
'V at-Urge V. p llalllday and II. Until.
1I0AIIU OF ALHEHMKS.
HU- VVAJllt Jamei Keardin,
K -NDWARD-R. II.CdnnliiKhaui,
TIIIRIi WArtI)-Wm. Stratton,
PatiieU FitigB-ai,. '
Fill ItTH WAim-Jamm Carroll,;
Time of Mtctiuy.
1 lit ,eoirii.
f 1 . joint ai'i.ion on
liuiij .riuuK 1i-ciwiiik me nmt Jiunilav
en 11 month,
T efeelect CouikII meet on the UutWtdnm
In? -ml Thursday, ntter the ai.vmd Monday i
IMAUII III AU't.UUt.S.
i.i Huara or Ahlcrmen meet en ihc lira
" i-ny and Tuenday In eery inoulli.
f'OMMITTKEH OF TIIK COUNCIL.
J. ee'i-Menra. Tajlor, Waldfr, Winter,
W ana Metcalf.
'minnc-Meain. Cunningham, Sehuh, Kittger
' tea-eatd Halllday.
C 'ikic-Mu.,,, Wood, Cunningham aud Kiel
W nl Jai-Mesr. Carroll, Iluder and
OnllMv-Me-.,,,. fc.a0l w.idernnd Taylor.
iUi'lM.a,0,'""Me""r- IU"f"-n.Bwayii0 and
-Menis. Pchuh, Winter and Kl
Will be jiild at p tU.e auction, nn Tnudt'v
Oclolr, Jltli, on tlio preml.n.at Uvuvni..
M hanlfi-jiiin liullrilng lott.. Thew. Uti V
part ol the HuidUUc.il nod i:i,a i nlaruement.
w i ,.u,v4 iu ,i,d vuvvi ,i ii.r Cliy. Ter
aalu-!caah. llaianee In 1,2 anil J yearn
The Illinois Central IU I Road Company bow
a ih.S.r,V, rn,,'JVr,;?, 'fa "'"inra
Kiru. via 1
Lot 24 Lkock Si.
" 2S " SJ.
" 31 ' '
Lot 27 block 20,
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ins cl 1
N 'tlh, Throah. !." "' !WP'm
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8 .at!., Way II! IS.1S p."- iw ''"
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IV, III'. IhiiraJn Vtl
j,, ( ftwp.m.
Mji flfJ I. R.aii'lril.c and
t'vy'K f. Kr IpfOa.m.
C;ii'ral I -l ti-iv 7:30 a.m.
.Miinpy Onl' r devilment :i a.m.
tlpsiftcr " " " a.m. 6.00 p.tn,
Mime) Order and Keginler ilcpnrlmcnts nj
CAiBa.iiiMXAsntRT. No. 13. Slated Aum'.Iy
al tlie A)lum M0!H! Hull, first and thud f-'n..
urdnva Inrach month.
Caiko CiiNriL, No. 21, I ctfular Convocation at
Mftvon'r llall.thnppcond Friday In each month.
CtRf) fit. pica. No. 71. lectll.ir Convocation
t .M.koiiio Hull, on the third i'ueadv)' of etcry
tn Dt)i. ,
Oaiao iyiixir, .o.iii p. at a. 21 HCffinar torn.
muiiicalioin nt Masonic Hull, the fiCond and
foil rili .ilondays 01 each month.
Ihlta 1a)i, .Sn.Ma 1'. a A. M. UckuIai Com
munication nt Mmonlc llall nr.t and third
Thursday In each month
Al rxANnm I.ohur, 221, Modi In OJdFellow'a.
Hfll, in Arl r' lluilJInK, every Thursday even
Inc. at e o cio jk
The countlen coti posing the first Senatorial dla-
trlct, are requested to tend delegates ton con
Tcntion, to leholden at Mctropollt, on the 21st
day of October In-tsnl, for thepurposoof nomi
nating a Democratic canuldate for thl district,
'0 fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Hon,
S. K. Olbson,
Accord.ng to the basis of representation n Joptcd
Iho several counties will lm entitled to tho fol
lowing number of delegate :
Al xander 5
Gallatin- . - 0
Ma-i-ac .- 4
SAMUEI, P, WHEELER,
Chairman Senatorial Committee,
v'o arc authoriied to announce Jude Wm.
Il jwman a a candidate for the State Scnato from
the First .Senatorial Iiilricl, fill tho vacancy
occasioned by the death of Hon Elmson K.
Jlbson, subject to the decision of Iho uemocrattc
l'tibllklictl ecry iiioriiiiiK, Mumlny ex
Juolt Vilcos departed, yestordav for
the doomed city.
City Treasurer J. IJ. Tnvlor left for
Chicago yesterday nftcrnoon.
Those French Cherries, in syrup, so I
popular with connoiieurs are sold by .lor
gensen. . if
Quito .1 number Jof our citizen, uro
new in Chicago, to se- the sight- nftcr the
Mr. J 1). ltexford, of tho St. Charles,
returned from jChicago yesterday. Ho
was in that city when tho firo broko out
and remained until it wits over.
Adam" dry corned fi-li, a mot delicious
article, in abundar.- nt Jorgcnr-on's gro
cery store, if,
Ed. MvUcc, one of tho clorks of the
St. Charles hotel, returned home yesterday
after an extended trip through Ken
tucky for the benefit or his health, but ho
does not appear much Improved.
Tho two car loads of provisions, ship
ped from this city on Monday afternoon,
together witli four car loads from St. Louli,
was the very first that arrived for tho re
lief of tho Chicago sufferer by the fire.
T110 most popular shoe shop in town
is on 20th street opposito the court house
hotel, Whero AVm. Killers irmnnfiiplnrna
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bu of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, ana which ho gminraloes to give
enura satisfaction. Cull on him and you
will know how it U yourmlf.
One hundred iIoUhps invested at C per
e.eni. lor ntiy years itmnunts to S1.8 12.01
f i ....
"no imiiarej Uollari Invested at 10 per
t.iu iur uiiy yenrp amoiinti tnSll Mnnn
v . . - ' --I'-- -
iorh ei.mpanles invct Kl tho former
mi-', tne i.iri' A8.M:tti.m at the latter
i'.m Lamport lias riiiiuivi.il iui,i,,u.
jiiop to hight t reel, econd door from
uiili) luvec. St. .In, 11. t 1
' i,"l4 UUIIlUIIg
where ho L pn-iiared to aervn liU
tomers and a, many new ones as may call
in htin tt'iil. ... 1 ., .
fcuuu, i-iiiooi.il, clean shaves
as can b hail at any establishment of tin,
Kind in the city. oot. 0 ilUv
Tho following per.oiii. arrived al the
St. Charles hotel : J. A. Mitchell. Louli.
vtlle,Ky.; .1. M. Krout, Cincinnati, Ohio;
Cnpt. V. V. Sedam, Str. Ilidfast; C. AV.
Henderson, City; A. 1). Marlin, Cincin-
nau,uiiio; Butts, Memphis, Tcnn.
1- n. rienon, Ohicago; 1. Dulcr, Cin
cinnati, Ohio; ,1. A. (ioddnrd, Cin in
nati.Ohio; J.W. Conk, Kansas City, M
J. J., llrnrmon Nail' r t t. .
, ..v.. ,i-ttt(i, , I.J. AJQU)
m... p.. 11 i 1 1, . ...
- .winning 1 - u nn 01 1110 nrriru g
nt tho Uelmonico Hotel, "Win. AVinto
proprietor, for tho twenty-four hours ond
I fig nt 12.. dock p.m. Oct. 11th, 1871: (
w . dueK.on, Oharleston, Mo. ; J. G. Davis
St. Louis; J. C. "Williams, I'aducah, Ky
. Ji. uray; Oaves Co., Kv. ; Oswald It
ving, Milwaukee, Wi ,j T. II. .Sims, St.
Louis; G. A. Wilson, Cin., O.; W. J.
Withers, wife it child, X. 0.; L. H. Ue-
llllllll ITItlt. 711. . TITIlll- T ,
"i uiiiii.in,j 11 iiuu tiarvie, j'.vani-
viUe, Ind.; J, "W. Hntchor. Louisville,
F. Coll. VII!
OHenviU0,Ky.;N.Schuini,ker, X. 0.; J
ikk, wiun, in,., j, jj, CJiadwell. Mom-
Sniflch, Lousvllle, Kontueky.
supper for tho boncflt of tho First (colored)
Uaptlst church, on Friday evening, Oe'c.
ber 13th, at 7 o'clock. Tho festival will be
bold nt tha church. i2t2
ill I N. liarnw... i.-,,fc . ' Ciirmel, Ills.;
..." 1 fun. . :..... 1. . ..
Kamu vm, "", "S"u"' Uo, Ills.; S. D
0 X 'ii . 'I"1": v-1,1,1 " L(i(iou.
THE CAIRO DAILY
THE C, & V. 11 R-
HOW TO HE "IIUILT AS PAST AS
MO.VKY CAN 11UII.1) IT.
Wo bolievo thoro is no
nnv doubt nbout tho
of tho Cairo mid Vinccnnes
railroad, and that It will bo built at once
From n private letter, dated October "th,
written by a prominent citizen of Cairo,
now In cw York, wo arc peruittod to
inaka tho following extract:
" I linv6 no doubt of tho Cairo and
Vinccnnes railroad. "Wilson aav It will
bn built as soon st money can build It; ho
inniKS in one year.
Tho above Is indeed encouraging. Tho
people along the cntlro lino of the
road arc deeply Interested In tho success of
this roud, and any niovo that will Insure
its early completion will bo heartily sec
onded by them.
Tho Lycoming Firo Insuranco Company
has made an assessment of 15 por cent, on
their stockholders and on premium notes,
nmountlng to 5,000,000, realizing there
from more than doublo the amount required
to pay all their risks In tho city of Chi
cago. O. A. Toitkl, Agent,
lw" Cairo, Ills.
Arrested. A well-known citizen o
this city was n day, or two slnco,bcforo one
of our city magistrates lor being drunk
and disorderly. Ho was fined tho usual
amount $9 CO. After tho trial was over
lio might havo been heard soliloquizing
thusly : " Now, this Is tho second time 1
havo been irp beforo n magistrato for tho
samo offense. I might havo known it
if I had gone to Alba's in tho first place
and got one of thoso smooth, clean, doll
clous shaves that Alba is known to give
to every ono who patronizes him, this
would not havo happened." Therefore,
reader, take warning and nlwavs go to
Alba's barber shop, Commercial avenue,
between Seventh nnd Eighth streets, tf
Notice. Any persons desiring to in
sure their property in Companies that
have done no business in Chicago, can do
so by applying to O. A. Toppel, forinsur.
anco in tho AorA Missouri Insurance Com-
pany, of Macon, Missouri, cash capital
350,0C0; or in tho .State Insurance Com
pany of Missouri cash capital, 5052,276;
both marine and lire.
October 12, 1871. lw
Foil Sale or IIf.xt. Tho two story
frame house situated on Commorcial-av.,
between Eighteenth and Ninetcenth-sts.,
owned by John Hogarly, is offered at n
bargain. Tho house contains, on tho first
floor a good and well arranged bar room,
neatly fitted up, a largo dining room,
kitchen nnd two sleeping rooms; and up
stairs six rooms. In tho rear of the build-
ng is n porch with steps leading up stairs.
There is a good yard well enclosed at
tached to the premises. For particulars
at tho Gibson house, corner of Commercial
nvcnuo nnd Fourth streets. Oct. 0, dlf
The family grocery store of IJixby &
Kochlcr is being patronized largely by peo
ple who like fine groceries. Their location
on the north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial nnd "Washington av
enues, is a central one, and their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this now candidate for public patron
ago meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple, ilessrs. Kochlcr & Uixby proposo to
keep up their reputation by nl ways selling
tho best of all sorts of groceries to their
patrons nnd tho public, knowing that peo
ple generally tiro awaro of tho fact that
really good articles of any kind arc al
ways the cheapest in tho end. tf
Miss Klltn D. Karnes, former! v of
Kalamuzoo, having taken up her residence
in Cairo, informs the public that she is de
sirous of giving instruction in vocal and
Instrumental music and in French. 3Iiss
Katncs comes among us with excellent re
commendations. During ttie lato session of
tho Northwestern Academy of Music, sho
was nmong tho most proficient in piano
forte practicu and vocal instruction, and
the conductors of tho ucademy unito in
their testimony to her thorough knowl
edge of music nnd her capability to teach
tho same. Miss Karnes rosidos in thohouso
formerly occupied by Mr.G. H. Olmstead
whero tho will bo happy to receive pupils
iin.d give miy information if required in re
gard to terms. tf.
Gehriie iVk barber, whom everybody in
Cairo know,., lately with Etchbaeh fcTheo
bold, has opened a shop on Commercial av
enue, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth
street lor the accommodation of the ladies
and gentlemen of tho upper part of tho
city, i.eorgo is too well-known to require
a .i-vi-uiiiuiriiuiuioii iroin u, mil wo are
glad to say tho Fourth AVard in fortunato
in being able to count him ns n citizen nnd
his hoi as an institution where all work
will bo executed In the highest style of tho
Est ik Notice S10 1 v. w aud. S t r v
-d from the subscriber, on the 31st of Juiv
asi, a large roan cow. She would wcli;h
ibnnl 1 Inn 1.. . . .t. .
.. .,. uuiiim in iiie.iimo sue was
nlssed. Thero nro no special murks about
icr except that her bag is unusually kunr,
I will pay ten dollars reward to anv ono
u leering tho above described cow nt my
th .0 on the corner of Nineteenth mid
ro uar streetn, Cairo, Ills.
facplfitf James Ky.vai.ton.
New Meat Market. Nick AVilllams
AW open Ids new meat market this morn
ng nt the corner of Poplar and Twentieth
trccts, where ho will keep constantly on
hand all kinds of meat nnd tho very best
111 the market. Ho will not jiormit any
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, and earnestly invites
tho public to givo him a call ul his now
Fi ft Y-Three. M r. J. E. Park, hereby
Informs tho public that he is now ready to
servo customers with tho choicest fresh
oysters, done up In any stylo desired, at nil
hours, day or night." Tho bar of tho res
luurunt ishiippliod with thocholcost wines,
liquors, cigar., etc. Call nnd seo him.
AVantku At tho Dolmonlco Hotel une
hundred weekly boarders. Flvo meal
each duy, price $0 por week.
WBWit AVm. Winter,
THE FALL TRADE,
Mil C. HANKY'S IMMENSE (STOCK FOR THE
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
The full trade having bjen fairly opened,
our merchants nro now busy receiving and
opening their goods. Many of them havo
greatly increased their supply over tliat of
former yenis, bolcavlng that tho fall mltl
winter trade of 71-72 will bo nn unusually
brisk one. In looking over tho Hold, how
ever, wo aro induced to bellovo that Mr.
C. Hanncy, nt tho corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, Is receiving ns
fine nn assortment of goods, nnd n stock
that is as well ndapted to tho wants of tho
peoplo of Cairo nnd vicinity ns was ever
brought to tho city. His goods woro nil
selected by himself, nnd nro of tho best and
most fnihlonabli! stylw. Of silks and sat
tlns ho has a most beautiful stock, com
prising all the latest patterns. In the lino
of woolen goods ho has nn enormous nnd
withal n splendid norttiient, which nrj
marked down to nstonlshlngly low figures.
Of linens, muslins, calicos nnd cotton goods
generally, his stock is equal to that of any
other establishment in southern Illinois.
Of carpet, mattings, oil-cloths, etc., Mr.
Hanny has, without doubt, the largest
stock in tho city. The carpet trado has
long been a leading featuro with this
house, and we believe that as good bar
gains can bo obtained here as nnywhoro
else in tho city.
Notice. A select school will open
for pupils nt tho First (colored) llaptlst
church, on Monday, tho 16th day of Octo
bor, 1871. Principal,
12tf Kov. T.J. Shores.
For good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to be copied, call on
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenue. Ho
n good workman. Give him n trial.
Lost. A pointer pup, nbout seven
months old; liver-colored with some white
on nose, breast nnd fore feet. Information
ns to tho whereabouts of tho nbovo de
scribed pup will Lc thankfully received
b7 O. I'.Lycn.
Go to Jorcenscn's for Imported Dun
dee oraniio marmalade, the celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quart, and
choico Gof.ocso figs. tf
For Sale. A cottage on I2th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
AV. W. TiioitXTiiN.
Avep.t the evil. If mothers would
givo Mn. lutconil) s hyrup to their
children when sick, mortally would bo
less among them. It costs only twenty
five cents, cct 12 dw lw
JfhT Kkceived. AV. AV. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial uvenue
and Poplar street, has just received nnd in
tore 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows nnd
Pimples on tho Fac.-, Eruptions
Blotches, Scrofulous disease?, and all sores
arising from impure blood, nro cured by
Dr. Picrce'c Golden Medical Discovery.
Slf.epino P.ooms roi; P.ent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building. Apply to
At Citv Nationnl Dank.
Urick Stoke for 1'ent. Tho brick
tore, No. 78, Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. .AL Stockfleth, Esq., is offered for
rent, and will be vacant on tho 18th inf-t.
Apply to Jno. U. Phillih.
Dr. lUltingcr Fever Drops havo cured
oases of fuver and aguo of two years stan
ding which resisted nil other treatment;
these Drops never fail when taken as di
rected and no person need havo the fever
a second titno where thero Drops can bo
Frehii Oysters. 1 am now receiving
daily, tho celebrated 0. S. Maltby's II. and
M. brand of fresh ovslers, which are unri
valled, and for salo by the can or caso on
tho most reasonable term?, try them, al
ways wnrranteu uooii unu fresh.
11 AVM. AV INTER.
The iikst stock, of genuine French calf
n tho city may bo found at AVm. Ehlers'
shop on Twentieth street, opposito the
Court House hotel. If you wunt a good,
ncut-fltting pair of boots, shoes, slippers
mado on short notice, nnd warranted, call
nnil n iniiltltuili)
The Chicago lleer Suloon, AVm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Eighth
stteet, is a favorite, place of resort with all
lovers of AVeiss' Beer, Liquors of every
doscription, and nU kinds of foreign and
homo AVines. No ordinary liquors are
dispensed at tho bar of tho saloon on) v
the very best, and guests find in nttend
mico polito and accomodating waiters. A
,reo luiicii u spread every dav at 10
o'clock u.in. aual7tf.
Peter Saup has oponed ubran now oys
ter suloon, 102 Commercial avenue, whero
hu will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, tho largest nnd most delicious in
tho city.which ho will sell the by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with the oxpress viuw uf supplying
gentlemen nnd ladles with a placo whero
they may enjoy n meal of these toothsomo
bivalves quietly, without being disturbed
by tho bustlo and noises incidental to tho
coiiimonphico restaurant oystor room,
ukliaiilk and safe. Dr. Honry Boot
unu riant rnis aro mild nnd pleasant In
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping, ucing entirely
vegutablo, they can bu taken without re.
gard to diet or business. They nrouso tho
liver and secretive organs into limiltliv
action, throwing ell' disouso without ex
hausting or debilitating the system, Trv
them and you will bo satisfied, l'rleo "fl
cents u box. Sold b.v druggists and doal
ors In medicine every whore. Prepared by
tho Oiafton Medicine, company, St. Louis,
OCTOBER 12, 1871.
(Ilcforo II, Hhiinnessy, 1', .1.)
Tho old squire has things nil his own
way Just now, nnd dispenses Jutlco with so
much precision that wo nro led to bolievo
ho Is the best Judgo of the exact amount of
Justlco that should bo meted out to offend
ers as they nppcnr, ono by ono, beforo him,
In tho universe.
Yesterday, nn Individual, who, go .-rally,
Is ft quiet and ponconblo citlzon, was be
fore his honor for shooting oil' his mouth
in an abusive and offcnslvo manner. As
tha offender was nn unfrequcnt customer,
only $.j nnd costs woro nsscssed ngninsl
Poor Hill Lawlor, who, only Tuesday
morning, gnlhcrcd together his small store
of worldly goods and departed from Hotel
do McIIalc, was, tho samo evening, rear
rested by Uillingsly and Mohnor for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct. A
lino of flvo dollars nnd tho trlmmingn wns
assessed against AVIlllam, nnd ns ho had
not tho wherewith to settle tho bill, ho wns
sont back to tho calaboose for the space of
George James and AVilllam Uaiiloy, two
old offenders, nrrcslcd by Cain, being ex
ceeding good customer, who havo contrib
uted many dimes to. tho city and tho offi
cers, wero ench fined one dollar nnd sent
to the calabooose for five days.
GRAND OPENING LUNCH.
HO 1 FOR 82 OHIO LEVEE TO-NIGHT.
A'nletitino Kcsch, having rented nnd re
fitted tho room lately occupied by Tabor
Brothers, No. 2 Ohio lovee, will to-night
spread a grand freo lunch, to which hn In
vites nil his lricnds and ns many others ns
cm make it convenient to bo in nttend
nncc. Tho lunch will consist of turkey,
roat pig, oyster soup, sour krout nnd
upccL A band of excellent music will bo
in nttendanco to enliven tho occasion.
Albert Grindler will bo found behind tho
bar to servo customers with tho choicest
wines, liquors nnd clgnrs, with which tho
establishment is well supplled.lt.
AVc hnvo just received a largo stock
of heating stoves for either coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
lors or dinins rooms. IIV will duplicate
any Cincinnati, Kvanscille or St. Louis
rrtail price list for cither cooking or heat
ing stores. Orders by mall will rcccivo
our prompt attention.
IlEERWART, OltTH & Co,
No. 130 Commercial uvonuc.
lcTr, r. notice.
Until further notice no freight will bo
received for Chicago.
Passenger trnins will leave 22d street,
nnd run between Chicago nnd Cairo as
usual. J. Johnson, Agent.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
FOB. SALE 1 1
At public auction, on tho 2oth of Octo
ber, nt No. "0 Ohio levee, all tho furniture,
books, papers, etc., apcrtaining thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent.
Dan. Hartsian, Auctioneer.
Phillip Bauoii is master of his trade
.nnil warrants nil of his work to be of the
very best material nnd manufacture; guar
antees a completo fit and cntlro satisfac
tion, isnot confined to nny'partlcular style,
but makes every variety of boots and shoes
from the heaviest cowhido to tho finest
French calf and morocco. He also keeps
a largo stock on hand, of hisoicn manufac
ture, and ntiy ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
hi in at bis shop on Eighth St., south side,
ncur corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. dtf
For Sale or Exchange for Cairo
Property. I havo One Hundred and
Sixty acres of first-class unimproved
land in Johnson county, which 1 will sell
on reasonable terms, or exchange for Cairo
citv properly. P. II. Pope.
Marriaoi: Guide. Interesting work
numerous encravini:, 221 iiatrcs. Price
60 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary'
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis.
Mo. See Advertisement. tf
For Bent. Five rooms ever tho city
council chamber. Enquire of Jacob G.
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Battingcr's Fe
ver Drops. AVnrranted to euro tho chills
Oysters. Louis Herbert has nlwns on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Bock oys-
Ioroenson lias just received n largo sup
ply of Portland blue berries. Try them, tf
Thy tho American club llsh, put up in
oil, to bo found at JorgonEen's.
TliEbe-t East India dry preserved gin
ger at Jorgensen's. tf.
The finest vanilli ehocolato paste in
glnsis, at Jorgonson's. tf.
Beautiful biscuits follow Gillct's bak
ing powder. ngl3
Money refunded if Gillct's goods don't
The hotels uso (illlevs oxttacts nnd
Gii.lkt's washing crystal mnkes wash
ing ensy. ' ng 1-1
AVel'. regulated families uso Gillct's
Paul G. Sehuh sells Battinger'.s medi
Litti.i: Muck Claim (quatrnng) nt
Boarding houses use Qillet's. gl3
ADM INISTKATOB'S SALE.
Ihn brick building nml leniehnld Intereal on
and to lot No. IU hi block No. 4 on Lovee street, in
iho oil) ill l ni o, to b sold aubject to nlefOM. held
by me. thu condition uf which h.u ns follewti If.
at the exiilrMiiin of tho teum tho piny owulng
tho lot, should lieo Ue term 1 u e, may oillier pur
chase tlio iiiiiirovciiii n un said iot at n fulr prico
in L-imn, in no uM.'uriiiiniHi iiymreo goon iiisiiuer
este.l Iiieii.eitltens it Cairo Onn to bu Kelecttd
severally bv tho natiii-ri hcriio. tliv two to no.
led thoihlid, or ho shall extend tlio leuse.for a
period of tliu jcara, Ihu puce per hiiiiiiiii to be
ileieruiined Hi fiku uiHiiiier. Will bo sold on tlio
HthJiiy of October, 1871, at U o'clock, u. tn., on
. , . , louih hlattaU,
Oct- . did Admliilstialor.
Stcitmor Lady Lee, New Orleans.
Andy Johnson, St. Louis,
" 1,akori Capo Girardeau.
Belfast, Now Orleans.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Florence, St. Louis.
Steamer L.ulv Lcc, St. Louis.
" Atlantic, Nuw Orlcnns.
" Ada Hellmnn, .Memphis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Florence, AVoolf Island.
" A. Bnkcr, Cnpo Girardeau,
Tho Lady Lcc, from New Orleans, camo
up flying light. Sho mado tho trip from
hero to Now Orleans nnd return inside of
sixteen days, and three davs ol that thno
sho lost by bad weather.
Tho Andy Johnson arrived during tho
forenoon. Sho denies being nground on
her way out. Ono of tho officers of ho
City of Qulncy is ournutliorlty for report
ing her aground.
Tho high-hended Cupo Girardcnii packet,
A. Baker, came in with u fnlr trip of flour,
Tho Belfast will load hero for New Or
leans. Sho rcshlps n large amount of
freight to St. Louis.
At this point tho Ohio has fallen one
Inch. A rle of two inches Is reported in
the Mississippi at St. Louis, caused by
the lato rain. At Lousvillo tho Ohio con
tinues to fall and thirty inches is all that
is reported on tho bars between there nnd
Cincinnati. At Cincinnati tho river it
slowly falling witli two feot eight Inches
in thcchnnncl. The packets report i feet
1 inches with the stick Jto St, Louis. At
Bccvc' bar below Memphis -I feet 8 inches
arc reported and hardly a boat passes thero
without having trou blc. The Ohio nbovo
is getting in such a deplorable condition
that nono of tho packet! arrive on time.
Tho Faducah packet has not arrived beforo
dark any trip this week.
Business was p-nod ronsidorint; tho lim
ited number of arrlvnls. Tho wcuthir was
cool and plcnant.
Tho Atlantic departed for the south with
a full tow of loaded barges.
The Adn Hcllman clcarel for Memphis
with nil tho freight she could carry and n
goodly number of passenger".
Tho Florence passed down the Missis
sippi without landing. Wo presume sho
Is going down after n log barge.
Cs.pt. J. H. Bay, late of tho A. Baker, Is
on tho lookout for a packet for tho Capo
Tho Cairo City wharfboat was taken
out on the Mound City wnys yesterday.
During her abscnec a largo barge is being
used in her stead.
4'ily Xullounl Iliuik IliiiltHiiK.
fpcclal attention jnid lo unlets fiom Loa(
Ight and day.
CA1HO CITY COAL
Is;,prepr-d -iupily emtemcr with th bl
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ry.IinilS Icfl nt Halllday Ilros. ofnee, 70 OHIO
J I,LVr,r,i or nt ine t-tini jru uviuw mo r.
CnarlfH Hotel, win receivo prompt aiivniion.
THKTUG "MO.VTAU1C" will i.rlncoal nlor-g
mde au-amers at any hour. iwSJif
H A M W I L S 0 N ,
" BOAT STOBES
0 It O 0 E R I E js ,
Ohio Levee, :::::: Cairo, III.
np.nr.ns ikomptlt ruirn.
G. J). WILLIAMSON.
COM.M rSSlON .M HKC'IIAXT,
C A I It 0, I I, I, I N C 1 K.
t-Zj-fj.ccinl attention ',mta to ConslKUiiuul
i iiuu nrurs.
r.v.tiii.v ato i:itiv..i.
LOUIS .1 OltO KIN'S KX,
Healer in all kinds of
STAPLE A.ND FANCY
I'acini-r'N Vnnl nnil JStnlilliiK
Cor, W.iHiiintjton-av and Twentioth-fit
CIVIL ANK M1.C1IANICAL
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
ItposH' IluililliiK, corner r.lcvciitli uf
unit Ciniimcrclnl nve- Cairo, III.
1)LAN AND frl'ECIKlCATIONSfornlllmnche'
X "I Civil KnuineeriliK nnil Arcniiwiuru, ui-i.
u Mupa forCountb-R, Wetrlcts. or Corporations,
nana ami i.uicuiatlona lor nimm ",.
i'n.Ar. in, in, in ,i,iui i,-utnliliHlinitinta. for Iron
Htono or Wooden llriilK'a. f"r Churche, Court
jioutuaannouiar ruuno iiumnuiea, nu -UwellinK
Houses, Cottages, etc. etc, lurnUhed
Itoport of tlio Condition
CITY NATIONAL liANIC
At Calm, in lh ktnlm nt Ilium .1, nt the e'0,0 e.
uu-iiiqi'p, vokjiht :!, 1 11,
nn I diwM'nt,, ,.
Honda t erute tlren.
IioihI on fiund....
tUti KI-, b.ld aiel
W 000 o
I 0 0
irotn redeeming nnd re-
ir ir iijfcilir.tmH.,, h ..
Due from other National
frittti I in pi L a nurl l.nnl. Fa
11.VM01- 122,112 r.
is i?n i ii i7ii i
f rsial salaln
..... wi, mim ui'illft
of oilier National banka
tloilfll ftlirrann. . .1
Xtm nn.l ..,1... ....
nickel ' ' .
Le-gal tender not'es',1
Cl rc n I n 1 1 o a "ouYJ i'a a 'dinTi '
.''"''" ' 2 77S 23
Iniereft...... 9 8l
'rollt and loss ailsos trr 31 420 o
in IT dual ilptHi.il. ... ' , .'It.. "
I'lQintUIMIlKfl IIHJ lAlHIC
.State oflllinoli., Alexander county, at.
Mili'i-ribcd and wotll lo ln-rnra Inn,' Hi 7
av of IVIober. 1(71, II. II. CaNHKE,
""'Atlcaj! Notary Pubic
H. uai dav. i
L II. Cunningham,; lurector.
11, L. Hullidiy. )
Of thoCondillon ofthc
JIIIJS AI41J i VAUtlJ JJi ui I
OF CAIBO, ILL.
At the cloio of biii!if,0. tolr 2d, IS'ii,
I.',ani nnd dUcoiinla
Over draft -
U. H. bonds lo tecuro circula
U. H. bonda and Kcciiritl on
Other lock, bonda, and Inurt-
Duo from redeeming and rc-
Ilu-from oilier National hank
Hue from bank, and Inokern .,
lied entate .
rurnlture and fixture
4S MI C
Current eiprnse .,
Cah Itemi, ineludin ttamp
Ca.li on band, In roin ,1 2,3
1 I'.'i :
II- .,' O'J t
Onpllil a.oc! .
Profit nnd lof . US 4"-
Due to National Imski
l4 13 (,
State of IllinOK, County of Alexander, k.
I, t', ... llugtief, caii:er "I tn rirat .moni
nnk ol Cairo, do neifpnirilTtwear that the alxv.
pinirijiri . in hub iiic i'i . ,11, Bltv-I.UM
ani inei. jil tiiir-, va.iucr.
emiwriupn anil aworn io uior rn, hob iii
day ol October, IHI. CI1 A3. CUNN1NOH AM.
Corr!t Atleti Notary Pi.bllc.
1). Hum, I
Itobt. W. Miller, J-Dirtclora
H. SIeyer, J
CAIKO AND LOUISVILLE
T. . KV.MA.V.JInMcr.
Lnavea Cjiro every S ATI' OKAY at t, o'clock p.m
Kor Ir-uiit or paae apply on ocarnur 10
j a s. iin.i., ar-i.
CAIKO AN') I'ADUCAH
,','ie r le mlid ttcamer
Jor Vow Irr, 5Intlrr
Illtr.V i4in,lin pxlpntpdl at
ill. rur ireizui or iix"-zi eeij uuw,uw
CAIKO AND KVAXSVIJjLE
r. s. mail l'Aotirr.
'I he fjM-riiniiliij;, lifiht diaujlit xteamcr,
GCS KOWLKU Mastrr
WILL I'OWLKit - ClerU
Lnve. Cairo EVr.HY SUNDAY and TUUHSDA
I in Inf.. nf ktnllll.r IllU'U iMI. at fl H.III.
' JAS. MIIHiS, AirM.
hihl'lllll AVI 1,'1'lVCVII T.l'
1 jVI'i ivii n.ie ii i a,iu.iij.i.iii
(In place of tho Ark. Hell"),
...... i.i-,.in T ir.iiT nnirniiT htk.vmk
I.i:i: 1IOWKI.I.. .HuHler.
Will leave Cairo for Kvnnnvdlo cve;y WKIlNEH-
HAY niel HAliiwi.M hi uciucb, inin, .
freight ol pamiRe apply on ooaru or iu
IAS, IIMiliN, AK't.
IAKKKK et KliAK'E,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
, nitly, Ucnzine, UiinoIIiip,
And tho celebrated illuminating
IHIO...S' IiriLKINO, COll. llTH-ST. i COM-
.AIOOKE et MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Ileconillvc l-niierliiiiiKliiif, KiiIhoiiiIii
Done In tho hlshent ctjle ol the art, anu a
rules that defy competition,
SHOP IN PERRY HOUSE, CORNER OF 8TH
hTIIEET AND CMMKRC1AL AVENUE.
UAKL h. THOMAS,
I prepared to do all kinds of plain nml orna
ICALSOMININO, PA PUB HANGING
HI ON WRITING, KTO.,
At llcuri'i Inch defy all coinpetlon, aud in (he
highest stylo cf the paliiter'a t,rt.
SHOP IN TIufPEBltY HOUSK,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
,i. ' i "''. ''" eaariiif oillin (,'lty
llonal Hank, of Cairo, ilo n.lctnnly aw. ar that Hi
avovualatemriit iatriio to tp,. trrt of my ki,nw
filap nml bclmf. v. IIV4l.ni. . if..,., .