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TIME TMthK Or TIIK lU.t.VOIS CK.VTItAL K. It.
Onn,l.f!Tun,l.v. Jl 14lfi 1J1. Ill- f.ll tt-
ms ninr-4W. will gotrra Ihc arrifal are! d'Art-
nri" nf ngsr train, al Cairn :
Xpirr-Mail train, .lall) ll:4Jp.tn
Ki4i(iUiljr ... S.lfitn
Kxprt i". dillji exii-tit rtun.lsr 3:;i ii.m
N . i hBof ctr from Oir" in Si. Irtiit, 'o
.-risus ! crt frmp firi lit Cbkafio. Kle'tnt
lt. . R-. it I if pint nr- on nilil ruin.
Urn if clnvVMl 1 1 All Important mini.
1'if liln.- .taMmlh al In", s. ami :', r. .
I'rster met I nt, li Inr at J!J r.
i).j -v'.i .n, .1 r. x J. M l.nirn, sniior
ntrfi'lrnl. Mtt C. II Konir, I'atttr.
MKllloimr- ' nr. F.ighlli mi-l Walnut f-l.
I'risxIiinjr.NiMstili l"'s. i.,aml : r. M.
I'ijrr liifrtin. Wnlm ailay, 'i r. y,
tiihlM" S-hno :i n. t V. .-UUell, Huper-ntnil-nl.
Her. F. L.TieiMr'nN, Pastor.
illlillHI OF l ilF- UKUKKMKlMKplnpo
Mornm ittfn: sVbath l'i t. v.
ntrnmi t'Mjff.'JJ r. .
.sMe,lll -'hOl, ' . M
l!cv. Mi.. tVitN, Hector.
T lvTIUCK CtlfKCtI .or. Ninth PI. Mid
1'uMlc "crt ice, r-M.Mlisj Kiel IOij i .
Vespers. 3 r. m.
J-umlity School, 2 i: ti.
fccrtlce etrj day, 6 r. n.
Ilev. P.J. O IIiLi..att, l'fitl.
Sat.li.tlti School, ' A. SaWmlli.
rreafhlnj, Siitflihl'i' s. ., Ami :!f p. u.
Her. J Kwr.sn, l'slor.
MIIO.V M'.Ml.lV SCIIuOI,-In the Christian
Cniircli, Kffthtrrnth Sard. Sabbath Hcnool 3
J. It. llrtn, Superintendent.
lOU.NfJ MKN'S CHRISTIAN AbSOClATtON-Hrg
ular meeting swond Monday tad month at the
l'r)er room of the Presbyterian Church.
Weelib l'rer meeting, Friday. i r. m At
the l'ryer room of the l'rli)terlan church.
('. I'iikim, President.
serve?., ."-jbballi, II a. ti.
tfumlay s-'huol, lj r. .
t'retclnnir.'' r. i. Ilev. U'iii. Jackson, ratio
SKCONti rltEE-WILLHU'TlsT Fifteenth Si.
Iicteen Walni't ml Cedar.
tVK-e Lmtti.lh. yt ah I 3 r. M.
Her. N. Iticas, Pattor.
HEE-WILh IHITIHTIIOMB MlvjIO.t rL'N
liAVaCiluOL Corner tra nut and Cedar Su.
bund i) School, 0 . SI
FIK-T FIIEE HIM. IIAI'TIST CHimCII-Cur-
scrvue, sahhtth 11 3 r. m. and yt r. .
Her. Wm. Ktttir, l'titor.
FlRT.MIS5IOV4HV ll.VPIhr ClIUItCII-Het'
ueen luiti Kn I lllh rtlet, nenrCVIar.
Preichlnr S.ih.iath 10 a. M.,an 1 Tf,' r. m.
Pr-iiyer Mec Ins We ioeday evening.
Preaching, Fridty etenin)!.
i-nr.tuth ; huol, y2 r. m. John Van Ilaxter and
Mary ?tephent surmt nd-ntt
l!-. T I. Hoart, I'atto
rjot ernor, John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor, Juhn Dougherty I
.vcfetary uf Slate, Edward Itummel :
Auditor of state, C. E, I.ipplneotl ,
'tale Treasure 11. S. Hates;
utt. Public Iulruftlon, teuton Il.ileman
."cnators I.yman Trumbull nnd John A. f.ogan
Itepre'enuilirc for IheMa'.c at Large Vacancy,
Henreeniatito Thirteenth Dittriot John II
MEMUKIi.S OKXKKAI. A.SSEJIH.V.
enalort, lt Di'lritt T. A. K. ifoleomb, ol
I'nion, and .. K. i.il.in,of i.alittin.
Hepretentatii.-, lt I'itriel II, Watin Webb.
l llltl'lT COL'ltT.
I . U li. .1. Iltker, of Alesindrr.
I'ro'teuliiu ttornej-J. I'. Md tmicj, .,
irint Clirl Jii. 'J. ilannan,
lientI-A. II. Irvm.
Win Martin, Attc-sor anrf Treatuier,
J .idi p. Dross.
tof,a'. s J. K. .MfCnle and S. Mareh'ldon.
Herk Jawb 0. Lvnch.
i -iriaer John II. Got-man.
M L'N ICI l'A I. lib VK KN M EXT.
Maj'.r John M. Ltnden.
I i, uier I. H. Tnlor.
' imptro ler K. A. IlurnetiJ
' . li. Mn'h el llouley.
l 'IihI Andrew (;.iii.
" i net I'. II. Pope.
P.: .f M2itrates-K. l!ro and IS. Shan-
't.iei ol I'olh e L. II, .M)er,
P'.l e (.'on.lables John 8hehan, (day), and
i II f.drrun and J. W. Sumner, (nlnht.)
Major John M. I.'in-dcn,
Kirt; Ward P. (5. -chilli,
"e on I Kard C. H. Woodward.
Ill id Wrd Jno. Wood.
mrth Ward S. Staats Ttjlor.
' m-at-I.-.trtfe. W. P llalliday And ll. Hurd.
1I0AUIJ OF AI.DKKMEN.
FIU4 ' WAKD-Jamet llearden,
mIO Kli b,
Ki- J.Nfi U'AIIU-K. II. Cunningham,
, E. Under,
mint) WAHD-Wm. Stratton,
fufltTII WAI!U-Jnne Carroll,;
G. II sea.e,
Time of Meeting.
l' i- Cuy Council iriec-. In loint
Kn l.y --nitij; prec.in Ub firet Muoday of
rnKBlct Counull rneettun the llrstWednes
it. .nd lliuraJay, alter the second Monday iu
boa uii or ALiiri.urs.
li.e Hoard of tldermcn meets en the firs
'tt'iay ado: Tuesday in ctery month.
I-OMMITTKKS OF TUK C0U.NC1I..
J V.r-le..r. Tajlor, Waldcr, Winter,
"on i anu Metcair
-niw-Me,i CunninKliam.Scliuh, Fitrer
Kl,l,he Mud lUino,.
CniB..-Menr. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
mi ja.-3uri. Carroll, liuder and
llalliU,'vr,'lr''"'",M""r"- l-"Hli.bwyno Md
.r.Wl-M..i, ,.,,,, W . . ...
a.. i ..f i.n t .... I. . 'ration and Meltal .
den. WlnteV, Htraltoa SS'&f&t "
The Illinois Central Ha I Hoad Company now
onerior aaiw -ii lonoe ik ueiKTiwu ioi A inirira
n IUIIIOII IU me l.j VI bdllU, i iz .
Lot 27 block 20. Lit !t t.bnclc 8.'.
.. j, .. bo, -n .. k,
l " e.', ' v " H,
li ' S2. 31 " t,
23 " l2, " 31 .
Forrm(,ele. api.ly to JAMEH JOHNsOV.
lyiUKH, paaililelt, 1rieU, catalogues, news
J) paer, tix lists, and every ta it-ty of eittn.
air printing contracted for, and pr mjllt and
speedily xecutJ, in the Ilul t o took, Job,
and newspaper aiadinjr eslalillihusnl.
jJKXATOIUAIi CON VEXTIOX.
TliociintifcoTpo'nit tio BrjtSenalnriAl dl
in t,re rrouetleJ to find deKx ron
rmt.on, lo beholden At Hetroioli', on the 21st
ilAyi.f October InfUnt, for thepunioaeof noml
natinar. DcmoeiAtie ctn ldit for tldi dlMrlct,
to fill the Vacancy ocM'loned l) the death ol Hon.
Aetorl nx ! tinI repretenUtlon Adopted
the fttril coui.tie wilt to f ntltlnl to the fol
luwiutf nambef of drlegte"i
t,. ill .no.
II. Ml n
SAJICKI. I', WHEEI.KIt,
Chairman Senatorial Cmmlttee.
Tv lU rottri nf the eomtin cj Oalla!in,Sntint, liar
Oh, lijK,.oAnin Maoat, Vnfori ami .Vt-rnnJtr,
mtiprtnnr) Iht Fitit Senatorial iMriet of Mmn.
l'.uo tmtxtt-The ot.jct of this circular
It to announce to)ou tlitt I m a candidate for
the ttnte f enate, to All the vacancy occatloned by
the utitiinely ileatli of Senator Simeon K. Olb.on,
mlij'Ct, however, to the deoitlon of the demo
cratic St natorlal Convention, nhoulil one lo held.
l'rettinn miliet uevolrlng upon iw, from thl
time iir.nl electinn, Hhicli occurs on IheTlli
of Notrinber nexi, rmder it Imponllle forme
to c.iiiVA" the ill-met, hence t take this means of
making my can lidacy generally kuown. Should
I lie the choice ol my fellcw dtlzoni for tho
rlace 1 ek I shall endeantr to make an honor
able, faithful and working representative, seek
in all things the Advancement and prosperity of
ine people through the enaclmeut of wholesome
and lncflccnt laws
1 nm Jltcspect ully,
Shawticetown, III"., Oct. 6, 1871.
NEW 1JAHBEK SHOP,
George, the barber lately with Theobald and
Ethb cli, has opened a t. IHastn bimr, on
Cominerul-l nvenut, between I' nd lMh flrect.,
lor tho a'commodation ot ladiet and genlleiien
oi the upper part ol the city. Jle lovlies all his
..Id and new Itiends lo visit his sho,-, and a
sures them .loliteatlentionand unequall d work,
ellher in hair euillBtf, culling, shMtinj; orahaiii
(71!KAT WATElt KOUTE.
The New Orlean" Elevator all right. Storage
2 cell." per bushel for 20 days. No commission
or Minting, l'lentr of Minis for I ivernoul at
I id biihelof GOpjunds : forfeit- York or Ilotton
.New Orlean", October IP, 1(71.
vcltdlw. I,. J, H1GPE, Pret.
ON MAURI AGE.
Happy relief foryoung men from the effects of
errors and nbutes in early life. Manhood re
stored ftervotu I'chillty vureil. Impediment"
to marriage removed. New method of treat
ment. Itew and remarkablo remedies. Ilookn
and cirtu'arssent Iree, in .ealed envelopes. d
ires" IIUWAIU AtSOCIATiO.V. No. 2 South
NiulhSi., Philadelphia., Pa. ocl4ditf
Three fine Urge bav horse, well adapled for
heavy wi-rk, Wid be sold nt private sale. For
turther inlormation Apiity to
At thence house, corner ol Eiglh street and
Ohio levee. oclTdlw.
The public Is hereby notified that the Ordinance
ri'tiiriug hogs to be Impounded, hen lound
running at laige in the Uri els, will be rigorouslt
enforced on nud afur October iMh, Inst This
notice lnon- what It savs.
L. II. MrEIt", Chief of Police.
Caro.Ost. 11, 1KI.
Agent's Ottice, I. C. It. R. Co., I
Ciiiro, Octolier 12, IS71,
Grain lubulk, and live tt ck, will now U- re
ceived for shipment to Chicago
dll J AME-j JOHNSON, Agent.
In rorisenuence of trio late illsalrous firo in
Cnicago we hate decided to no.tpone until Deal
pruiK Inn sale ol Int. mltertUi "I to take place
hransville. on Ihe !7th of October. Iut.
t jii;iur:i.iiAcu .v kias
Three HlM-kumiths wanted nt the Gamble
Wagon Factory ,32 1 street, Cairo, Ills. Plenty of
nrl! nnd K" "1 wages. .It
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I'ulillNlietl every moriiliii;, Momlny fx-
Judgu l'idjjoon, of l'uln'ki county,
wins in tin- eitv ve-tcrtlitv.
l'robato court convened yesterday.
o proceeding in another column.
Thcro was noquorutn, and consequent
ly mi inui'tiiit; of tin; council lttst night
Tlirro is eixtccn iirisoncrs in tlio coun
ty juli ainont; tlicm fcveral lor murder.
Hun, T.rximi A: Co. offer for talo three
tint" work ltortes. Sre tlieir ndvertisement
in miotlicr iliu-i
Thoje Friiiich'Cherrim, in syrup, fo
popular with connnlsrur" urn old hy .lor
Churllo Ooddin hu rcturrd from li Is
visit to Virginia, louklntr. nnd, us In- snyp,
" fueling I'tilly."
There wus a meeting of tho street
committee yesterday afternoon. Impor
tant rjuertimis were ili9eiied.
l'eto S.iup left for Springfield- i-Her-
duy. He will visit Chiengo and Cincln-
iti lieforo returning Inmo.
-Mr. A. I!. .Sll"ord, after an abence of
several weeks, n turned tu the city yester
day in a fair state of preservation.
Mr. and Mrs. .Sheldon returned to the
city on Sunday morning last. They vis
ited a number of places of interest during
Churlio Walker, the negro who killed
Geo. Taylor, thinks he ii In a light box.
Ho says lie don't feel good. Wo uhould
CIo to .lorgenscn'a for Imported Dun-
dec orunt;o marmalade, the celebrated
London crystul vinegar, in qunrtf, and
holce (ie.nocio flgs. tf
A liorie race has been arranged to come
oil' on Saturday, 'J8th. The amount run
for is $'JM, mid us the horses nro both said
to bejfust, an exciting race may bo ex
Tho city authorities havo had tho citv
Jail supplied with gin. A bran splinter
new gHS post has al&o been put on Elev
enth street, opposite the city Juilj nnd
another will, as toon as can be, erected in
tho ull vard.
Where, are you going'; To tho place
number &!l. Ohio lover, whero they keep
the bett fr,-,h oyter, tl.h and gauie, and
the linen wines, liquors and cigars to be
found in the city. Open at all hours, day
Tho surveyors on the Ctlro and n,
Louis railroad have reached the furm ur
ueo. jrwin, uuout twenty miles nbov..
Cairo. This turvey li on the permnunl
location oi tuo roau. Jiioy expect to
reach Jomsboro in about ten day
ir, H. II Candeo informs iu that
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY,
tcarly nil tho compAnlcs for which tho
Arm of which he Is n member He business,
will come out of the great Chicago lire In
m condition to my nil tholr linbllilio, nnd
contlnuo builnes on sound basis.
MI'S Ur. -Mary Safford will not, n
wo strii.il a d.iy or t -o since, establish ft
ho.'pitnl for worn n, In "Washington, nt
pit-sent, but will i;o in ChioMgri and thcri
Milmliil'tcr lo tho Winls mid itmcntso
tin? stitfering in that city.
A' drunken fellow was nrrestcd on Sat
urday for being drunk, nnd a nuhnnco gen
erally, but In consequenco of his being a
cripple, ii stay of execution wn granted In
his case, on condition that lie lenvo town In
t.vo hours. Yesterday, however, ho was
re-arrested, drunker than oyer.
The contractors and employes of the
Southern Illinois Insane Asylum sub
scribed to tho Chicago Relief Fund the
handsome sum of S16'J.C0. Col. Wood de
posited the amount in the City National
Hank yesterday, nnd directed Mayor Ma
son to draw for it.
The chances that your life will fall
within n year Is two per cent. The
chances that your house will burn within
a year is less than one quarter per cent.
Why Insuro the latter and neglect the for
mer? Delay no imjiortant duty for n
singlo hour I Insure your life in the
Life Association of America.
Mcssn. Uumd. & Co. have opened n
hide store In Thornton's block, on Tenth
street, between "Washington nnd Commer
cial avenues, where thoy solicit public pa
tronage. They advertise to pay higher
prices than was over paid for llko articles
In this city. Olvc them a call.
Mr. a. Susanka, treasurer of the gen
eral committee on relief for tho Chicago
sufferers, yesterday turned over to Mayor
Lansdcn the sum of toOO, for the purpose
of forwarding the same to Col. It. H. -Mason,
mayor of Chicago, to bo used by him
for the relief of the sufferers by the recent
Tho Chicago Jleer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Kighth
street, is a favorite place of resort with all
.lovers of Weiss' liecr, Liquors of every
description, and a'l kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. Xo ordinary liquors are
dispensed lit the bar of tho saloon only
the very bet, nnd guests find in attend
ance polito and accomodating waiters, A
frco lunch is spread every day at 10
o'clock a.m. aualitf.
The gallant steamer Ada Hcilman,
John 11. Hull, commandinc will leave
Cairo on Wednesday next nt 12 o'clock,
for Memphis nnd intermediate points. The
ilciltnnn is u good and safe boat nnd de
serves to bo sustained in the trade fho is
K'jw employed. For freight or pft'snge
apply tc J. M. Fhillips, or to Jn. Mal-
onoy, passenger agent.
A young man by tho name of Wil
liam 1'attorion, about twenty-four years
old, and supposed to bo from Charleston,
Missouri, was killed by tho falling of a
tree at St. Gcuuvieve Island on or about
the 13th of tho present month. He was
buried on tho Island. For further infor
mation tiddress cither the captain or clrk
of the steamer . I. .1. Kbert, care of Phil.
Vetcriaup has opened u bran now oys
ter saloon, 102 Commercial nvenue, where
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
oyster?, tho largest nnd mot delicious in
thecity.which ho will sell tho by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with tho express view of supplying
gentlemen and ladies with a place where
they may enjoy n meal of these toothsome
bivalves quietly, without being disturbed'
by tho bustle and noises incidental to the
commonplace restaurant oyster room.
Tho prisoners in tho city jail made an
unsuccessful attempt to escape on last Sat
urday night. They had succeeded in re
moving the nut from one of the heavy bolts
used In locking tho door, when Jailer Mc
Halo put In an nppearanca and stopped
their opsratlons. Thoy had made a saw of
uu old knifo and wero trying to saw off
tho bare in tho windows. Melialondmon
ihedthcm,in a manner more forciblo than
elegant, to "let up" on all such attempts
by putting them in irons.
In tho llttLl.KTi.v of Sunday the state
ment was mado that tho watch taken from
tho Commercial nvenue jeweler was taken
hy a mini named Charley Johnson. This
was incorrect. John'on was in company
with tho voting man who did tnko it, but
is exhonorated by him of any knowledge of
th'i taking. From what wo can learn of
this affair, the young men wero on n "lark,"
and the watch, which was almost worth-
ljs, WHitukcn by tho young man in whose
possession it was found in n spirit of reck
lessness and not for gain. Whisky was at
tho bottom of the whole affair.
1). Lampert has removed his shop
from Ohio Levee, to 8th between Commer
cial uud Loveo, und ho now invites his
friends to ono of tho best fitted nhopi in
tho city, every thing is kept in tho nea
test and best inannur possible; snow white
towels, bright keen razors, pure water,
fragrant soaps, clcur oils and finu perfu
mery; Smooth shuvet, thorough sham
poos, fashionable hair cutting, liuir curl
ing or dressing for gentlemon, ladies or
chitdron, and polito attention Is always
In readiness for those who favor him with
their patronage, ootodlm
Arrivals at tho St. Charles yesterday
wjrn as follows: J. A. Kooken, Marion,
Miss.; Kd. II. Levy, Now Orleans; F. W
Morton, l'aducah j J. A. Ashbury, Cincin
nati! II. Lowry, St. Louis; A. Dwiding,
St. Louts; Jno. Krauss, Cincinnati; J. G.
Shueler, St. Louis; 1). Fitzgorald, 'Chp
cago; Mrs. Huston and daughter, l'ailu
cab; O. II. 1'ottlt, Now Orleans; H. H
Fox, St. Louis j l'aul Uuohlor, Now York;
Geo. Hruce, Macon, 111. ; II. F. Hlake, city ;
Admlrul W. It. Kadford, Georgetown, I),
C.; Mrs. S. A. Hoovor, Linden, Twin.;
Jno, I), Odoucal and family, Jackson
Tenn.; W. 1). Miller and wife, Sardis
Miss.; O, T. Morgan and lady, Surdls,
Miss.; J, C. MuDuiiuld, Cenlrulla; Jus
Morris, Cnpo Girardeau; Mr. and Mrs
McMillan, Now Orleans; U, .1. Adams
Lou W vile; S, Simuilds, liablmore, Geo
Flouniey, AtJunins; J. Robertson, St
Louls Ir A. Flood, Boston, E. W.
Wyant, Cincinnati j L. Linnell, Cobden,
Miss Kllen D. Eamcs, formerly of
Kalnmn.oo, having taken up her resldonco
In Cairo, Informs the public that sho is de
sirous of giving instruction In vocnl nnd
instrumental music and In French. Miss
K .mes cullies iiinnnj: us with excellent re-
fiiiiiMieMdalliin. Diiting tho late sos'lun of
the rtbwettern Acaduiiy of .Music, she
was among the most proficient In piano
foite practice and vocal instruction, nnd
the c inductors of tho nendemy unlto In
their testimony to her thorough knowl
edge of mujiic nnd her capability to teach
the same. Miss Karnes resides In thehouso
formerly occupied by Mr.G. 11. Olmstcnd
where she will bo happy to receive pupils
nnd give nuy information If required In re
gard to terms. tT.
Yesterday morntnr;, tho three young
men Arnold, Hicks and Johnson ar
rested on Saturday night on a chargo of
stealing a watch of Herman Wilier, wore
brought before Judge Hross for trial. Af
ter hearing tho evidence In tho case, and
giving his renon therefor, tho judge said
ho would have to hold them for trial nt tho
next term of the circuit court, nnd fixed
tho nmount of bail nt two hundred dollars
each. S. 1'. AVhccler, Kq., attorney for
the defendants, stated that ho thought two
hundred dollars too much, that his clients
could glvo one hundred dol'ars. nnd ap
pealed to his honor to reduce it to that
amount, n, in bis opinion, tho object of
bail wn as much to give tho pceson
charged with crimo an opportunity to
gain his liberty n to compel him to nt
tend court nnd stand trial. Tho judge,
however, thought tho object of ball was as
much to compel ono to attend court nnd
stand trial n to gain him his liberty.
And so the three young men were bounJ
over in tho stun of tw hundred dollars
each. They nil gave ball, however, nnd
were latt night permitted toreposoon beds
of easo instead of In tli3 county jail under
the watchful cyc nf Jailer Dick FiU.
The following were tho arrivals at the
Delmonico Hotel, Wm. Winter, propric
tor, sinco lat reported, to 10 o'clock p. m.,
Oct. lCth, 1871 : 1. J. Sidmoro, J. Lucas.
Osbkosli, Wis.; II. I). Odds. Louisville;
A. O. Kobinson, Uniontown, Ky.; A. II
Pullen, Kentucky; L. P. Stalcup, James
II. Davidson, Frnnklin Crawford, Me
trppolis; W.H.Clark, Fort Smith, Ark.
MI'S Sarah Moore, St. Louis: Thomas S.
Walker, Chicago; J. P.. Sumner, New-
Madrid ; Ojwald Irving, Milwaukee; W,
D. Lang, Carbondalo; Jnmes Mury. Jn?
IJurni, St. Louis; Hen F. Kgun, Nash
ville; H. C. Garrett, Cottonwood, Point,
Mo.; J. Hummel, Evansvillo; Gruth Noe,
Clark county, Ind.; Wm. Noe, Clarksville,
Tenn.; W. i Kobinson, Bridgeport, III.;
Wm. S. Snyder, Phllahelphla ; J. T.
Handlin, Smithland, Ky.; L. C. Patter
son, Pittsburg; J. It. Kirkpntrick, river ;
J. S. Davenport nnd family, Littlo Itock,
T. T. Oliver, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Line, Miss
Ward, Mrs. Vcnnov, Carbondule; M.
Roberts, New Orleans; Gus. Hime, Tho
Hallidav, city; F.Scott, Chicago; P. II.
Carter, Mound" City; James Montague,
John F. Gall, St. Louis; D.Slnlhird, Alb n
Dnle, Hallard county, Ky; H. II. Foy,
St. Louis; I. N. Smith, It. J.Smith, G.F
Smith, Rushes Ridge-, Mo.; Judge Pidg-
cot , Mound City.
Fon Salk on Kent. Tlio two story
frame house situated on Commerciul-av.,
between Eighteenth and Nlneteenth-sH.,
owned by John Hegarty, i ollercd nt n
bargain. Tho hou-e contains, on the first
floor a good and well arranged bar room,
neatly fitted up, a largo dining room,
kitchen nnd two sleeping rooms; nnd up
stairs six rooms. In the rear of tho build-
rig is n porch with steps lending up stairs.
There is a good vard well enclosed nt-
inched to thr premises. For particulars
npply to Joii.v Hkoautv.
at tho Gibson house, corner of Commercial
avenue and Fourth streets. Oct. 6, dlf
The family grocery store of Itixby it
Koehler Ubeing patronized largely by peo
ple who Hkc fine groceries. Their location
on the north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Comtnciclul and Washington nv
enues, U a central one, and their stock ha
been selected wilh discrimination, there
fore thi new candidate for public patron-
ago meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. Messrs. Koehler & llixby proposu to
keep up tholr reputation by always selling
the best of nil sorts of groceries to their
patrons und tho public, knowing that peo-
plo generally arc awaro of tho fact that
really good articles of any kind nro al
ways the cheapest in tho end. tf
KsTHAY Notick ?10 RkwaiU). Stray
cd from tho subscriber, on tho 31st of July
last, a largo roan cow. Sho would weigh
ubout 1,100 pounds nt the time sho was
missed, Thero nro no speoinl murks about
her except that her bng Is unusually long.
I will pay ten dollars roward to any one
delivering tho above described cow at my
shop on tho corner of Nineteenth nnd
l'oplar streets, Lalro, Ills.
fepl5tf Jam kn Kynaston.
Notick. Any persons desiring to in
suro their property in Companies Hint
havo dono no business In Chicago, can do
so by applying toO. A. Toppki., forinsur
anco in tho North Misiourl Inmimnec Com
puny, of Macon, .Missouri, cash capital
-35l),Ouo j or in tin) .State Jmuranee Com
jinny of .Wr'ajOMri cash capital. ?0.12,li7fj ;
both murine and tire.
Octobor 12, 1871. iw
Nkw Mkat Mahkkt. Nick Williams
will open' his now meat market this morn
Ing nt tho cornor of Poplar and Twentieth
streeU, whero ho will keep constnntly on
hund nil kinds of meat and tho very best
In tho tnarkot. Jlo will not permit any
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows Ins business, and earnestly Invites
tho public to glvo him uca.l in his new
Kapplk. A lino shot gun and rillo will
bo rallied off tnU (Saturday) night, 14th
instant, at tho Old Delninnico. Sporting
und tho lucky men of the city, who desiro
to obtuiu n good, first-rato gun for noth
ing, are invited to ho present ut o o'clock
Adams' dry corned fish, u most delicious
urlielo, n abundance at Jorgensen'- gro'
rory store. if.
OCTOBER 17, 1871.
SErtVK'KS AT TUB CllUttCIl OK TIIK
llEK.MKIt OK SUNHAV.
Tho rnin on Sunday had tho effect of
thinning tho congregallons. Owing to tho
nbsenco of Knr. .Mr. Foot, tho Pnsbyto
rimi clmreh wns net t,p,.n, hut services
wero li Id in the other churchc.
At tin- Chinch id the It id rmwtr t .it
Rector r....w.i.l the itm.li .1 cst,,i if
rcidmg tun c.nveiit.on nddr.-ss ol tint
Kishop of Illinois. As thunddress was too
lengthy for ono reading, he only gave n
portion of it, reserving the remiimdcr for
Wshop Whltehouso is well known to
many of our readers ns ono of tho most
prominent ns well ns scholarly bishops in
tho church, and not only known in this
country, for hi wisdom nnd learning, but
abroad. For th j benefit ot those who did
not hear tho nddrcis, v0 give n few ex
trnets. In rcgnrd to tho events of
TIIK PAST YKAIt,
ho says :
Thero mny bo ut this time special npprr
henlon among u, from nn nngry and
meddling popular tono that has been jar
ring nround, nnd from n timidity that
shrinks from the nppenranco of strife, that
tho year has been ono of hindrance and
depresion to tho Diocesan Church. I feel
assured that It has been tho very reverse,
and that wo can cheerily join tho song of
praise for prospered effort, which so
many of my brethren havo uttered.
If tho dlncoso ha been stopped
on hor way, I have not felt the shock.
It sho has abated her lawful energies or
soiled hor spirit my eye has not been sin
gle enough lo seo it. If tho ditciplino In
evitable through which sho 1ms quickly
indicated principle, and laid hnnd on
lawlessness, und patiently endured tho
"madness of tho people,'' has damaged
brotherly kindness or made us sulky or
supine among our family cares, no witness
of it has faced me in tho parishes or
clouded my going in and out nmong them.
More than ever beforo do concord, unity
of purpose and heartiness of labor prevail
among us. Deeper is the realizing of th
principles and honor of the historic
churches ; moro quiet is the trust in her or
dered strength; more zealous is tho sensi
bility to primitive truths, and the ancient
caski't of words in which they havo been
kept. There is n confidence in tho leader
ship, trust in brotherhood, nnd n sense of
rc-crved force which will help us on ag
gressively for years to come. In tho
church's emblom of the Navis, there may
bo more cautious steps on tho slippery
deck and a grasp for support, and n wary
eye aloft when tho winds freshen nnd sails
strain, nnd the ship's heels down to her
scuppers, but faces arc glad and hands
stronger because sho cuts her way moro
swiftly to ' the haven whero sho would
be.'1 In regard to tho
OSKTII.IXO OK MIMsTEISIAI. KELATIO.Nfl
he suys young and weak places demand
the best bundling. There is keen abil.ty
enough to upprcciate talent, and perhaps
so littlo of trained Church clement as to
make far more of that feature relatively,
thmi ought to be made. Ilul tho ideal of
amusement for Sunday is larger a great
deal, than God loving duty nnd reveren
tial hallowing of its hours by common wor
ship, and thus tho demand is vaguely
rnydified ; more is expected than can pos
sibly lie rendered. Thouctual clerical sup
ply is nocessailiy graduated by professioi -
al uverage. Thus intidiuu lv thcro seems
to ercep n falsity into the whole
contract, which disappoints expec
tation, mukes little failures obtru-lvo
cunilicts with n speculative trust for out
side help, and breaks up at an early period,
with some disgust, the urrnngement; sends
the wandering clergyman on his wearying
hnnge, nnd exhnu'ts In long vacancy the
impulses und unorganized good feeling
with which the effort wuf started. Ex
cept ns infant life is normally delicate, it
wvuld sound very strange to hear tho
lament, for long months or years nftcr
wards ; how the parish, traditionally, had
suffered through somo peculiarity of tho
minister or his family; some slight col
lision In tho area of ordinary intercourse;
hitches in tlio collection of promised sub
scriptions; debts in tho minister, canted,
iften, by irregularity iu payment of prom
ised salarv; alleged evil living In n com
municant, on which sides are taken; a
qiiubble in tho choir; social slights nt it
picnic ; insidious partisanship, with a scent
of Itoinanism in u gloria chanted, or uu
inadvertent posture, or tho teaching of
eome le-s familiar trutli in disci
pline and sacrament". Such, nnd
hundred small, buzzing griev
ance-, with no articulate voice, do strongly
di'turb our young parishes, and uusettlo
them murh faster than my scant resources
can supply tho quick routine, or my in
fluence sootho tho nspority and dnprc-
eion. Tho following is of
At Ca'to, town and church scorned to bo
growing, with some obstacle for both, per
haps, which will gradually pass nwny.
Thero is Cor tho chiirchly Interests thero n
strong social and business influence, with
"men of mark to guide tho nll'airs; and
cortalnly thoy havo a pastor over them
whom they can well trust nnd uphold.
My text of homily there, as olsowhoro,
must bo to beware "of tho little foxes that
spoil tho grapes.''
Aiihkstkii. A well-known citizen o
this city was a day, or two sincc,beforo ono
of our city magistrates lor being drunk
und disorderly. Ho was lined tho usual
amount 9 CO. Aftor tho trial wus over
ho might havo been heard soliloquizing
thuslyi " Now, this Is tho second timo I
havo been up beforo a magistrate for tho
samo offense. I might havo known it
if I had gono to Alba's in tho first placo
'and got ono of those smooth, clean, deli
cious shnvos that Alba is known to glvo
to every ono who patronlzos him, this
would not liavo hnpponed," Therefore,
reader, tako warning und always go to
Alba's barber shop, Commercial avenue,
between Seventh and Eighth streets, tf
MiititiAOK Guiiik. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
CO cunta, Address Dr. Hutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Strcul, St. Louis,
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
AT THE COURT HOUSE, THURSDAY KVEMINo,
OCTOllElt 10TH, TO SELECT DELEGATE TO
Till! DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVEN
TION. The democracy of Alonndorcountv will
meet nt thu court home, In tho cl'lv of
CI'.., or. Thursday evening. October JOUi
, lor the purpose of selecting f..u
iln tale-in r i.i selii the m.iinly (,, t
Dwiiiuuriitiu heiia.ornil Convciitiun, to uis
held at Metropolis, Massac countv, on
Saturday, October 21st., for the purposoof
nonilnntlng a candidate to fill the vacancy
occasioned by the death of lion. S. K.
Gibson. w. W. Thornton,
Ch'm'n Pern. Co. Con. Com. '
A OllOCERr DEALER ASKS SOME PERTI
NENT QUESTIONS A SU11JECT FOR THE
CONSIDERATION OE THE CITY COUNCIL.
Editor Cairo Ilultetin:
1 wish to tell you of ono thing which I
Uok upon nsnnevidentlnjusticoto at least
a part of our citizens.
Tho city government has from timo to
time, In their wisdom, made laws and reg
ulations for tho proper government of gro
corymen, among which, one is that they
shall not obstruct the sidewalks or public
thoroughfares with their Wales; also that
they shall have a designated place of busi
ness, and, lastly, though tho most impor
tant, thoy shall have a license, regularly
issued, for which $10 por annum must bo
paid down and in current fands. This
law Is not alone, for groceries, but for
all who aro engaged In merchandising.
There Is, howevor, a class of Itinerants who
visit our city aally, nnd aro not subject
to tho law referred to, which most effects
tho groceries f. in the vegctablo lino
I meantbo farmers who use the public
thoroughfares ns a sale place, obstructing
tho crossings and paying no license for tho
privilege. Ought they not to contrlbuto
to the resources of the city as well as tho
local rctnil dealer? .
OCTOllElt, TERM MONDAY, OCTOIIER lCth.
Hon. F. Uross, judgo presiding, Jacob G.
Lynch, clerk, and A. II. Irvin, sheriff.
Tho bond of Gcorgo Fisher, executor of
the last will and testament of Hiram S.
English, deceased, amounting to 12,000,
approved and letters ordo-od to be issued.
Letters of administration wero granted
to William M. Athcrton, on the estate of
Davidson II. Morgan, deceased, bond hav
ing been given on the sum of f 1,410.
Tho inventory of Wm. M. Athcrtom
administrator of tho estate of Davidson II.
Morgan, deceased, was not approved, re
ferred bacll with orders to itemize property-Thomas
Martin, O. Greenly, and L. 11.
Jones, were appointed appraisers of tho
citato of Davidson II. Morgan, deceased.
On petition Herman Kloms, was appoint
ed administrator of the ctato of Michael
Muloney, deceased, ujion his filing bond la
penal sum of $10,000.
The final report of J. 0. McPlnoters,
guardian of Perdelca Edward, William
C. Edwards and Eliza Edwards, minor
luirsof Lutitin Edwards, was approved,
und guardian relca-ed from further liabili
ties. Adjourned till 0 a. m. to-morrow.
Ilot'OHT Out Mr. H. F. Miller, tho en
terprising Commercial avonuo tobacconist,
has purchased tho establishment of the
shiiic kind on Eighth street, betwem
Washington and Commercial avenues,
whero ho intends keeping tlio finest brands
oflclgars and tobacco. Mr. Miller will
keep constantly on hand n full stock ot
cigars of his own manufacture, which ho
will guarrantoo to be of tho best. Also a
full stock of pipes, cigur-holders, eases, etc.
Died. At Greencastlc, Ind, after a ling
ering illness of many weeks, Miss Alico
Hough, noice of Mr. J. It. Fulton, of this
citv. Deatn, wltli nn sickle keen, lias
reaped another lovely victim. Neither
bkill of physicians, nor the strong love
which triumphs over our every human ob
stacle, could stay tho hand of the dread
Lost. On yestorday evening, a lady's
small money satchel. Tho satchel Is n
leather one, fastened by n steel catch and
has n chain attached. The contents wero a
i iceipt, of no valuo to any ono but tho
o vnor, nnd $4.00 in money. Tho finder
will bo performing an act of kindness to the
owner by leaving the satchel nt this office.
The h est stock or genuine French calf
in tho city mny bo found at Win. Fillers'
shop on Twentieth street, opposite the
Court Houo hotel. If you want n good,
neat-fitting pair of boots, shoes, slippers
mado on short notice, and warrantee, call
Jorgkncon lias Just received ii largo sup.
ply of Portland bltio berries. Try thorn, tf
Foit Rent. Five rooms over the city
council chnrnbor. Enquire of Jacob G
For Sale. A cottage on ISth street
containing 7 rooms, cistorn and out
W. W. Thornton.
Fun Sale. A GrovcrA: Hnker Bowing
machine, in perfect order nnd but littlo
used. Any ono wishing to purchase mny
mako n good bargain by application nt this
Foit good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to be copied, call on
Thonins, No. 121 Commorclal avonuo. Ho
6 a good workman. Glvo him n trial.
Just Revived. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial nvonuo
nnd Poplar stroet, has just rocolvcd nnd in
toro 1.000 doors and 1,000 windows nnd
; Slkei-ino Rooms por Rent. Ton
. avuII ventilated slooping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building. Appiy i"
At City National Rank.
The best East India dry proservod gin-
ycr nt Jorgeiuon't).
W havn I.... . .
or fleatinit atnv. u. ..in... ...t
WOOU Or linll, i f. . . ..
. ir , .ur uuii-e, nun pit
wi. ur uminr rimir,. ,,s ... , ..
retail prtet thl for nther cor.kin'a or hen
t" stoves. linlr.M l, n .i. .
our prompt, iii'.'iiMnn.
JJEKflWAP.T. OliTir X- I',.
S.i. I'M Ctiiiuiel.i.i VvMl0.
VltVUtf llvevi-ha T . .
dnllv. tlm nnlAt...i.a it u si..i.t...i
M. tiriirwl f..l. i
-, vw.ww.m.vv. vy, ,j, .itMlvilV Ii ll. HI
Vailed, ntwl fV, 1.- .1
the most reHSOnftliln tnrina leu -
ways warranted Rood nnd fresh.
JUr. ItattlnrroF. -p...... ii i
cases of fnvet- .n.1 . r .
iln .l.t..t I . .
. t.. sun iui'ii i uk l a nn
;oim umo wncro there Drops can
unrr itv I !... rt.... tt
U.1L 11TM HFT A
OIXTV acres nf fle.tlo.. ...!... ..
land in .tulininn rtrtitnl t, ! I . t ...fit
Of! PnnCflfintstn lntn 1 r
U 1 III
mtlt'K Stork vnn 1!vwt ti. la.t.
Htnrn Vm Til nvl. T
lit' P f (Jtsw.L-ris.'l. L'- f . ii 1 j
'j iw,it.tlt;ui, ir VI.. IB (Jill TP! I Ir.
B.S. I ...Ill I . .. ....
, - sjsiw aotu in-
APP'y to Jno. 11. Piiillis.
Little Muck Clams (quahaugs)
Paul (i. Schuh soils Rattlngnr's met
Steamer Colorado, Vlcksburg.
" James Fisk JrM Paducah.
" II. M- Shreve, St .Louis.
" It. P. Walt,
Hollo of Pike, "
" A. Raker, Price's Landing
" Umpire, Eransvillc.
Steamer Colorado, St. Louis.
" James Fisk Jr., Paducah,
" H. M.S'.reve. Vicksburg
" R. P. Walt, Momphls.
" Rello of Pike, "
" L'mpiro, Evansvillo.
Steamer City of Alton, St. Louis.
" IJurksville, Evansville
" Tobo Hurt, "
" Illinois, Columbia.
" Hell Leo, St. Louis.
' R. J, Lock stood, St. Loui.
" Falls Pilot, Dog Tooth.
Steamer Citv of Alton, New Orleans.
" Hufksville, Evansville.
" Tobo Hurt, New Orleans.
14 Illinois, Columbus.
" Hell Lee, New Orleans.
" R. J. Lockwood, Vickiburg.
" Falls Pilot,
ftstionary. A rise may bo looked for
i in l.ti, ruins liavit liiw-n ennnril. T
and an improved stngo cf water in t
lorrer part of that river is looked for
Rites from St. Louis to New Orlea
havo somewhat declined, owing to t
competition of the.boats now getting rra
The Ohio above is falling steadily d
of tho wharf-boat at Mound City w hi
Parties aro busily engaged in haulit
away -coal from tho sand bar on tho Kc
........ e o
two day was good. Tho weather yeslf
day was quite pleasant.
Tim Ilelle of Piko brought down a fa
rrn inr tl i.mtirus. nno mniip isvsrii hii
tion to her freight list.
Tho A. llakcr did not go to tho Ca
last trip. Sho found 2,600 sacks of corn
Prices Landing, and rcturnei from the
mi. T - t i f I.
. I . I j. . i,
imi.n .JiniiiiiiLt ..v.....i...'.., ...... -
, . I . I ... ... .. .nMln..ii, ... . . 1 . m n
at Nick ronnington in tho office
Tlir. I" lit A llnii nrfii'nrl umMi nil I
liniiijl fillsm.' luir t rt Iirini Atlt fit
made mrgo auduioiu hero.
II ti s-bjuSliA in ml a tinf n tin Jin rfl r.
(IU l4OI3tw IUM V IIWS "J' --
from tho place called Evansville wilh
- i 1
1 no jouu xiur ia uu ncr iu x-i
n imm itin .tm nnn inn Aitnn uu
n " "I"
hut were detnlncd but ft short time.
. . .a 1
tlio JJCiio lieo lo iuu nori. pot- wuo ui
lltWIs IUUIU nlV. vaw
i i i i i . I., niini iirt fun rn
tint? n iKii tuiiu "nt. '
uuarun uiiu muyvw mm tuvu
l .....i : l.i..i mi i linn n tmnp u uu
which lifted hor up so that with tho hcl
..a 1 1. 1. a A1I I 1st fat
t i-t ti urn on in nun tmi nin mi rivriii. sjht
A 1 1 1, 09 ItllU Mia V r .nv w
At Ti. A I lAllnlnl dltrl Al A?f IllirilUB
LIUIla V UIU J.i'tiUiilH-' Dim Ai.w
are tho Leo's pilots, nnd stand at the hea
Ul bllUll UJVCOIWIU HW ww -
a iiuuiiu ui iiuiuiiii iiiwi
-r ...i.i. Poitt iiitirti Ana i
is holr to."
JOHN A. KOEHLKK,
Manulncturer ol all kinds of
HIFLES AND PISTOLS.
mai iliiiu aa ws m- - -
HATI (FACT10N'WAnit ANTED.
CoMMKnciAi.-AV a Fkw Doom Delow
Toivder, Hhol. Otpa m all aorla ot (Cartridges
..n. ....... L.in tianrl. l..nisr-