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THE CAIRO PAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1871.
TRWK l.R'S fill IDE.
time table or the Illinois central h. n
on wd " .i"'r. : "'h 'i. ihc Wi -
in nmM'1 "" Hip arritnl nn.I (Ic-fMit-
lire if !" "r "''" ' C'r" '
)Tii-UM train, dsllj - Ili4ip.li!
Kiprr", daily -- MpH'
Ji,.,rf-J.ail,.1".l' - 3:80111-!
Kpr. Ailt, pxcM Monday D;i p m
. Mnrrr 'am twin llsum in fcl. J.onif.
.iianff''' r" r ,,p '"-urn '" '"iHWIgP. tiffin'
prams; M ffpng r'0ri night 'rail."
rkffM,u'ci'l t ' 'l 'mtwrtint rlnts.
IlKSIrt n:i!lAN-l.it.iri-srM l.
Pr3lnns fubtmih t 1 a. and J'j r. M.
l'r)pr meplifiir HVdns-sday nt T! P. i.
?uods Sf!i iol, l r. v. .1. M l.intilen, Super
intrndent. Hv. 0. II. I'ontr, r1rr.
Mirrnnli!sr-i'ir. Kahili ami Walnut Ma.
rrmcli.ne.ftitilsnth '"'a x..mnl " i".
!'ryrinf oil' IViilrn-nlay, 7,'i p. v.
mwJj,s,Iioi AT.. 1. W. stilarll, super
ntenWrnl. Tier. K. I-.Tilimmon, Pastor.
CllbltCII OK Till". ItnilEKM KK-(i:plcnpal)
Mornlnii praters, Sbblh l"!4 . M.
Riming .ra)cr- "JJ P. N.
?llh School, W . m.
Ilcv Mr. Cmx, Rector
si. I'.tTIIICI-S C11U HUH- nr. .Ninth Pi. ami
I'uM.o crlcc,bal.lntlinti'l I't'j i. M
Vespers 3 p. x.
fce lay School, 2 r. M.
prtlcc eter' day, Sr. .M.
Iter. I'..l. 0'!Lintv, Iri -f.
t.1rlMtll vihoul, U',J a. Sabbath.
Preaching, H.Mntli H . m ami 7J p. ji.
Her J I'runii, l'alor.
MlasION .SUNDAY bCII-Ol. In ttin Christian
Churtl., Klithttenth fiiKet. babhalli senool a
J. II. llttn, Hitpcrltit endfrit.
i'OUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN AllCIATI-N-.lPK
lllarmc:'.tlIlKlelond Morulas- ecl month t tie
Prayer room of the Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meelmp, frlday. 'ii r. at., at
the I'rayiT ronin of the Presbyterian rhurt'h.
(' J'na( President.
Serv.ee",.-. .hath, II a.m.
fund it SelHiOl.Iii p.m.
IV. Itintr. TSp He.v. Win. Jackson, Pasta
HECO.Vl) .HKE-WIM. I1.PTI.ST 1'ifteenth Hi.
I.etmin Hlm tutid Ceunr.
berrioe' Oa-li-th, iy, tin I 3 p. m.
Her. .V. Kicks, Pastor.
J.EE-WII.I. IIVPrf.-'T IMMB llla.-ilu. UN
II V sC.I'JOU Corner r nut nud CedurStn.
faun I-) f.hi.ol.9 . i.
KIH-T FIlEE HIM. IIAI'TIST CHH!CH-Cur-ry'.
jcrrii-cf, -ahlnthll . M.. 3 P. . end p. w.
Iter. H'm. Ki Ltr.v, r.itor.
l'IB"T MW3I0SAUV IIAl'ltaT CIIUKCII ort
ueenliithanl llth ntiect, tunrCVilnr.
Pmehini ihiath ln; a. .,nml 7,'i r. .
I'payer.Mee We.liifulay evening.
Preaetnntt, Fridny eenin!.
MbtMth a hool, l'i r. u. John V.m II ixter and
JUrv -lepheni "Ujiermt'iiilrnt
I!ev. TJ. -njr. I'nt
(ioternor, John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor, John Donghert) i
Secretary uf Mate, K.lwar.1 Hummel ;
AiiJitnr of Mute, C. K, Ltppincott ,
MiteTrenurer, K. N. Hates ;
"lift. I'nMie lustruutlon, Newton llaleinan.
Senators 1.) man Trumbull and John A. l.oin.
Uepreaent.itit? for the Stat" at I.arn Waner.
Il"prnmtiv Thirteenth b.itrietJuhn il
MKMUEKS GEKKKAL A.SSEM JJLV.
Stnaton, 1 District-T. A. E. Holcomb, ol
Union, and S.K. (.i!xwi,of OoilUtln.
IteprMntUUte, Wt Ih.'n t II, Watasn WehL.
ir tn C'li-m.
Jnd 1 I. Hiker, .f Al'xaoder.
I'riHte'i'ins V"n.?i ). V. Mitai'n-;, of
Cir. ult Clerk Juu. IJaiman.
.-.aertfl-A. II. Irvm
V.'rn. Martin, Aewr ni TrsMnrtr.
As4'iraa,esJ. V.. .MeCriteaird f. .IinltMiton.
Uerk-Jaoob 0. Lynch,
(laroner lohn H. fiomman.
M L'.NM CI I'A U TuivK UN M ENT.
Iyor John !. I.n4en.
TrMsiiier J. II. Tatlor.
ftimptro Ier E. A. HumMI
CUrk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attornty-p. II. Popi.
Police MigistMtos-K. Hro.i. mil II. hlnti.
ChiMol Police I,. II. Myers.
Police. Con.taMes Inhn ilietlun, (day), and
. II. W Irrun an I J. W. fcumr.er. (nluhtA
Mayor Jnhn M. I.amJtn,
Klni Ward I. ti. -ihiih.
Swon I ward C. K, Uoo.iu'jnl.
rh.rd Ward Juo. Wood,
Poarth War I 5 feiaats Tiylor.
Ciiy at-Laife-W. P lUlliday and D, llurd.
HOAItl) op ALUKIIMKV.
riK WUlU-Jainn U.arden,
n. ft ge
Timt of Muting.
I he City Couneii
MiKiT8 -Monday 0.
TheKelect Coun.-ll mu,on the Sr.t Wednts.
day -ml Thursday, alter the n-eon l Monday tu
eaeh month.- 7 u
iioauu or annum,
J he Hoard of Al Jermi 11 meets r.n tir n ..
Holiday andTuesdsy In every month.
COMMITTEES OF THE COr.Nfll..
CM Str(i-Messrs. Tajlor, Wilder, Winter
WooJ aim Metcair. '
'"'I'wf-Jtei,,.. Cunningham, fkhul 1, Fit rat t
aU.rVft.,,,.,) n4n j(y
.V"'""""'"'" Wood, Cunningham and KUb.
wlo'dwa;:' ""-" J'er and
ldZ!mn'--"- .. Hjn. Vnd
-tr.'rs.d'r' """ K""'
laon-M-.. I !'. "'!, hwa,,,,. k,, uU(1
Hoard ,f Jlml"-"1' ' ' '"'"'.V''" Mettall.
deo, Winter, ti.t.,n aM u' ,,!','
The Illinois Central Hi 1 Hold Company nosi
Oder for aslo the lollovrmx described lots inllua
Addition 10 the City of Cairo, vie 1
Lot 27 block tiff. L, d 24 b-icU
18 20, '.-7 " .'
fi " W, ' -ii " M,
' C ' " 31 ' Hf
' S3 " Ml " w.
Korrms.ele. apply to JAMErt JOHN-OV,
OX MARK AGE.
Happy relief for yonnir men In m ih fleet of
er t and abuses In eiriy lilo. Maulioo.i re-ato-ed.
Nerrou. ' eblllty curod, Impedimenta
to narriane removed. ' method of rest.
ro t. Ac ir and le.narkahlc rcn.ulles. Hooka
suid ilrrulnrs sent Iree, lo -eak.l elopes, d.
dress IKMVAKD A'SOCIATlOy, .W. V South
MuthUI., Phll.ulel.hln.I'a. oclidsntf
.SENATOKIA COX VI3NTI0X.
Tlie.tiuntleeo-i f;0 i. the firatfenatorlal dla
m t, are reepipte.l t aend delegates to n con
.ntor, to Ivlitfldm at Mrlmndu, on llio 2Iat
a) i-fO.'tohir lnWni, 'r thopuri.oaoof noml
i itltin Demoent . ' mIiM. for I) la dlatrlct,
.iflllllievieniie oee.v ed hj the death 01 Hon.
S. K. Gibaon.
Ar. nrd nn . the Uanaol r'pK-aentfttlunndoi'teil
,hi' ner.il ediiiitio' will lo L.tltlad to the fol
...vrio numl-erof iteliKic :
I .n ier
it .ill iiiii.
mill ii ....
AMUE1. 1', WHEELKII,
Chairman Senatorial Cumniltti e,
A N X orXt'KM K'T.
Tn Ihnoltrt C'f thtcmmtutoj (laltatin,Satinr, llnr
ilin, linr,Juhntan Mnwte, onion on i Alixawltr,
nmpriilnq tht l-'ifit Sthalorinl lHlriel f lUtnvu,
Fri.tun iiTiitNat The ohJol nf (hn circular
to nniioimce tu jou lint I am n candidate f..r
he tto eiiMe, to till the vacaney occnalutird hj
.he lintltnelv de.ith of tfenator Simeon K. f!lhon,
tiitijed, hieer, to the deelf Ion nf the Dciuc
jrntic S-fii dorl.il Convention, ahould one he held.
I'mains id" ueolilng upon tne, rroin inn
ime until tho election, which occurs on thoTth
.rNovi-mher next, rmder It ImpoinlLle forme
iocama tho illtuct, hence 1 tiiWe this means nf
naklnjt in) can lidacj generally known. Should
I he the choice ol my felh w citlrena for the
,ilace 1 a ek I shall endeavor to make nn honor
,Ue falthfuland working re(irctntntie, acek
n nli thing tho advancement and prosperity of
ue peoplo through the cnactmcut of wholesome
ind lieneflcent laws
I am IKcspect lilly,
VM. O. flOWMAN,
Shawtiettown, Ills., Oct. 6, 1871.
NEW BA11BEU SHOP,
O'orje, the harbcr lately w.th Theiiljald and
-:Wi ch, has opened a Nr. Iliaara Shop, on
Oommercl 1 hihiui , between I? nd leth alrect-,
orthea'-commodation ol ladles and Benllenen
i. tho iipiwr part ol the city, lie Invites al his
Id and new friends to visit his thoi.. and as.
...... ,i....n .oiiiuuiientioii and uneaual d work.
either In hair culling, culling, ahaviug oraham-
j.oolng. ocli! mi
GHKAT WATER ROUTE.
The New Orleans Elevator all right. Storage
icen.s per buslnd for liu days. No commission
in illlpiing, I'leniy ni amps lor i irerpooi ai
I d bushel nf GO founds ; for Aew York or Boston
New Orleans, October 10, 1871.
ocll.llw I,. J. IHfiHE, Prf t.
Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership
bt-en IInr) blout and
Iticnanl watch, ii.nler Hi
' in linn name of Hto .1 A
Wnleh. fsthtM iiar.lt.stiiVHil hv mutual const-nt.
All bill, w.ll be set.led by .'Jr. Waleh.
Clin, Ills., 0.'toler 17. 1871. d3t
Agent's Office I. C.
Ctiiro, October, 17, 1871.
All restriction on Chieaen shipments are re
Three fine I ree bar horses, well adapted for
h-avy work, Wul oe sold at private eale. For
luith'er tntormatton at.nl to
iiu.ir, I.WHISI ui.,
At thejlce Loose, corner ol Eigtli atreet asd
Ohio levee ocl7dlw.
The ryubt is hereby r.otif.t-1 ttM U.eOrdiiU.t
reqmrioz bz to fc irofO0!yS4. ber. im
runoinzat Uig id ttt "ill t nwm.li
enforce.! on and af er tMibl! Uli, 71UI
uoticmtass wbitit savs
l. ii. m rEK;, ca.e.' :
Ca ro.Ort. 11 1(71.
O. r trujtrt u ttTl.
Oram inbuilt, as I lit st rk. will cov Ve:e
oeived (or shipment to h'rac
l it JiMB JOHNSON Aeent.
rnlillliil every inornliiK, .vioiiilny ox-rt-iitsHl.
There is but four priwnere in the city
jail at this time.
.Mr. .Muyileld, of Metropolis, was in
tho city on Tuesday.
- Mr. W. Ii. Edson, of Villa Uidge, wns
in the city yesterday.
The ooiil trndo i becoming brisk
Winter is near ntliimd.
dimness on tholeveo ycaterday
settled n lively uppenrunce.
MuIIalc is using tho chain-gang to
good lulvnntngc on tho siduwulkt.
) Work on tho custom house is being
1 mihlipil fnrw.Lril in rimidlv ikt itnssllile.
Mr. Coehrun, 0110 of tlio proprietors of
tho St. Cli irlei liotol, was in the city yester
Work on tho new Ownnn Catholic
church Is progressing with rensonablo ra
pidity. Stout ntnl Walch have dissolved jiart
nership. Mr. Waleh settles the firm's nc
count". Those French Cherries, in ayrup, so
popular with connoWur. uro said by Joru
Thcrona 11 meeting "f thf board of
director of tho Jlibcrninu lliro company
Police business ia pluyeti out. Old
Dick Suva there U not enough doing to
o.tll it business.
The people's meat market, nt tho cor
ner of Tenth street nnd Comtticrtflnl nvi
nue, has collapsed played out.
Sotnerwell and Il.ilrd are raising the
building on the corner of Seventeenth
itrcet und Commercial avenue.
Mr. Jus. Johnson, agent of tho Illinois
Cantral, gives notice that nil restriction!
on shipments of freight to Chicago are ro
movod Jenkins, with his gang of colored la
borer,., i doing good work on tho sidewalks
011 Walnut, between Seventh nnd Eighth
Go to Joigerisen's for imnortcd Dun-
doe orange marmuludo, the celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
choice Guiiocso flg. tf
-who ol the engines of tho Ill-fated
rtewnor Virgltit,, y,, urrivi.d ,u ,0 dt
yea.ir.lay, reports that K)llt totlll wr,.cU
not worth raising.
Inr.n!"' TUnW n"noU morn
V o could hot lean, the cuK,
ouciiiicin Is no enuuL-el 1.,
v"k"gei in remov
ing his stock of wiiita, l1(jur4i ,,lC ( t() ,iU
nttwpincooi wuincss, in Meier', ,1(JW brick
between Fourth and Sixth ttretts,
Tho city Js just now the headquarters
ol u nun)' cr of thieves, who, fortuiimuly
are nearly nil known lo tho poljre. Fiv0
or thorn wora ycitcnlny polntod out to ui
nt tlio train.
Mr. Geo. It. Tlmtcbor, late of tho
Stokci liousr, nt .Moimil City, lias accepted
thn position In tlio olllco of tho M. Charles
hotel, innJo vncant hy tlio illnr-M of EJ.
IJcincinhcr that tho Ada Hclltnnn,
dipt. John II. Hall, leaves to-day at 12
o'clock for Momplils. Sec her advcrtlfc-
Dicntln anr.thcr cc'.titnn. Malory It pat
Tho He lletin bindery is capable of
turning out ns good work, and at as low
llgtires, as any establishment of tho kind
In the southwe't. To demonstrato thli fact
all wonsk is nn opportunity.
Tlio sidewalk laborers, under Devorc,
have completed tho repairs on the walk on
Washington avenue, between Fourteenth
and Eighteenth streets. The walk as re
paired, Is good for several years' wcarnnd
W hero are you going? To tho plnco
number 03, Ohio levee, whoro they keep
tin' best frefh oysters, fish and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars to bo
found in tho city. Open nt all hours, day
or night. J. E. Faiiks.
Tho board of trustees ol tho Odd-Fellows
Uoneflclal Association of Egypt was
orgunlzed last night b tho election ol tho
following officers j r. Dross, president;
Mr. A. 11. Safford treasurer, and Mr. E.
A. Burnett, secretary.
Tlio Ohio river at tho foot of Eigh
teenth street was yestorday evening fifty
feet nino inches nnd a fourth below
high water mark of 1807. This
is several feet lower than that river
was ever before known to be at this
If you arc suffering from chills, fever,
or any lorm of mnlarial fever, 0:0 not
wasIo time nnd money by trying medicines.
which will stop it only for a Miort time,
but ujo Dr. Itattingers Liver Drops, which
cure ut onco and permanently.
The chance- that your life will fall
within a year is two per cent. The
chances that your house will burn within
a year is less than one quarter per cent.
Why insure the latter and neglect the for
mer? Delay no important duty for a
single hour! Insure your life in the
Life Association of America.
John Munton, a porter at one of our
hotels, was arrested yesterday fur wearing
what was claimed to be n policeman's star.
But, in fact, tho star was only four cor
nered and had on it in very plain letters,
the word "porter.'' However, squire Shan
ncsy, fined him ten dollars and costs.
Our turn has come at last: "Wc are
going to have a new sidewalk in front of
Tur Bulletin ofiec. "We are not proud,
however, and Daris, of the Sun, may
walk on it, provide! he ill invest wa
way to iwp ti hoIVgw of Hi too: from I
rxiVis; V ii ti pHtik sa be ntlkt
i ij-r V w f far ir iwrt⁢!. brcte
for t liat :bt cltset-i M'K3tJ fair for a
ruined animal. Tee bibs, of driving on
the levee sidewalk is a dangerous one, and
will, sooner or later, result in somo seri.
A Into dispatch announces that Mr. J.
Augustine Signago, a well known poci-
journaiist, and lulo Italian consul ut Mem
phis, has purchased nn interest in the daily
I'rchs of that city, nnd wilt horenfter bo
one of U editors. Mr. S. is well known to
many persons in this city, as ho ut ono
timo held a position on the Cairo 7)fi
ocrvtf. Tlio City National bank has secured
tho service- of n German just arrived from
Fadorlund, who will nttond to all the for
eign bunincn for tho bank. All German,
Frenchmen und Italians who hnvo busi
ness to transact with tlio '-Old country."
will find lltib gentleman (wo. cannot recall
tho name) well versed in tlio different lan
guages, and ready to attend to their wants.
Tho Chicago Ueer Saloon, Win.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Eighth
sticct, is 11 favorita place of rosorl with nil
lovers of Weiss' Deer, Liquors of every
description, nnd aU kinds of foreign und
homo Wines, No ordinary liquors uro
dispensed nt the bar of tho saloon only
tho very best, nnd guests find in nttend
anco polite and accomodating waiters. A
freo lunch is spread every day at 10
For somo days past nn old couple, tho
rutin ns blind a' a bat, und the woman ap
parently fifty jours of age, havo been going
from houso to house in tho city begginc-,
und ut but few nluces whoro they upplied
for alms were thoy sent nwny empty,
handed. Yesterday, however, ut nbout tlio
time of the arrival of the steamer Illinois
thovwerotobo seen 011 tho levee, near
Fourth etroet, the old tnnn lying on u pile
of lumber niilcep, nnd tho old woman, Bit
ting on 11 boai"J. making laces ut pass-cre-l.y
nnd throwing stones ut those who
were indiscreet enough to speak to her,
She hud taken on too henvy 11 load of
l'cter Saup has opened a bran now oys
tor saloon, 102 Commercial uvenue, where
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, the largest und most dollcious in
tho clty,whlch ho will sell tho by case, ran
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with tho express view of supplying
gontlomen nnd ludios witli 11 phtco whoro
they may enjoy 11 meal of thuso toothsomo
bivalves quietly, without boing disturbed
by tho bustle and noises incidental to the
commonpiaco reBinurant oystor room.
Tho black-nnd-Uns of tho first sennto-
rlal dlstric of Illinois will meet in con
vention in this cltv to-duy, to r.oininato n
candidate to bo voted for nt the November
election to fill tho vacancy occasioned by
the death ot Hon. S. K. Gibson. Of
course the man nominated for the position
Is a dead cock before ho enters the pit
This is n democratic district, und It is'
only lo k op up appearance that tho
republicans hold 11 convention to nomi
nal, u candidate, Tin y know beforehand
thul tho man nominated will 1
slaughtered. Trot out your rooster.
Judgu Bowrosn, Mr. Carroll, or some
other good democrat, will "get nwny"
with him. Itomoinbor that.
u. iiampert has removed his eho
irotii wmo i.ovoe,io8t!i between Commcr
cini itnu i,ovco, una ho now invites his
e . 1 .
tricntu toono ot tho best fitted hop in
the city, every thing is kept in tlio nea.
test nud best mnnnor possible; snow whl.o
towel.', brignt keon razors, pure wnto
fr .grant soaps, clear oils nnd fine pcrfu
inery: Smooth shaves, thorough sham
poo", fashionable hair cutting, hulr curl
ing or dressing for gentlemen, ladles or
children, nnd polite attention is always
in rcadincs" tor thoso who favor htm with
their patronage. ortodlm
Mr. Cochran, one of tho proprietors of
tho St. Chines hotel, who was in tho city
ycttcrday, informs us that in n recent con
versation with .Mr. Wlnslow, of the firm
of Wilson fi Winslow, of St. Louis, thnt
that gentleman informed lilm that their
firm had taken tho contract to build tho
Cairo and Vinconne road, nnd that they
pprebend no serious difficulty in ll
wnv of its early completion. lie nlso said
that u large forco of workmen would soon
bo employed nnd distributed nlong the
line of tho road, with the view of complet
ing it within one year. Tho people of
Cairo havo waited long nnd patiently for
this most cheering news, nnd now thnt it
seems n suro thing, beyond peradveiiture,
that the road will bo built, wc feel more
"hopeful than ever." Let us have this
nnd the Cairo nnd St. Louis railrond, with
the Illinois Central, and wo ahull sec what
wc shall sec. Cairo, the capital of Egypt,
will grow In population nnd wealth,
and the country 'round about it
will becomo tho richest nnd most
beautiful in the Mississippi Vulley.
Miss Ellen D. Fames, formcrlv of
Kalamazoo, having taken up her residence
In Cairo, inlorms the public that she is de
sirous of giving instruction in vocal nnd
instrumental music und in French. Miss
Fames comes among us with excellent re
commendations. During tho Into session of
the Northwestern Acadcmv of Music, she
was among the most proficient in piano
forte practice and vocal instruction, nnd
the conductors of the nendemy unito in
their testimony to her thorough knowl
edge of tntiMC nnd her capability to teach
the same. Miss Fames resides in thchouso
formerly occupied by Mr.fi. II. Olmsteitd-
where she will bo happy to receive pupils
and give nuy inlormtitior. if required in re
gard to terms. tf.
Akrested. A well-known citizen o
this city was a day, or two sinec.before one
ofourcitv magistrates lor being drunk
and disorderly. He was lined tlio usual
amount $9 CO. After tho trial was over
he might have been heard soliloquizing
thusly: " Now, this is the second time I
have been up before a magistrate for tho
same offense. I might havo known it
i if I had gone to Alba's in the first place
and got one of thoso smooth, clean, deli-
1 cioui shaves that Alba is known to give
' to every one who patronizes him, this
; vould r.ot havo happened. Therefore,
reader, take warning nnd always go to
Alba's barber shop, Commercial avenue,
between Seventh and Eighth street, tf
The family grocery store of IJixby i:
Koohler is being patronized largely by peo
ple who like fine groceries. Their location
on I In; north sldo of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington av
enues, U.u central one, and their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this now candidate, for public patron
age meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. Messrs. Koohler & Uixby proposo to
keep up their reputation byulwajs selling
tho best of Ml sorts of groceries to their
patrons und tho public, knowing thnt peo
ple generally arc uwarn of tho fuct that
really good nrticles of tiny kind uro al
ways the cheapest in tho end. tf
Foil Sale or Kent. Tho two I'.ory
frame houso situated on Commercial-av.,
between Eighteenth ami Nincteenth-sts.,
owned by John Hegarty, U offered nt a
bargain. Tho house contains, on thofir.U
floor n good nnd well arranged bar room,
neatly fitted up, .n largo dining room,
kitchen and two sleeping rooms; and up
stairs six rooms. In tho rear of tho build
ng is 11 porch with steps lending upstairs.
Thoro is n good yard well cmdo'cd at
tached to the premises. For particulars
apply to John Heoaiitv.
tit tho Gibon house, corner of Commercial
nvenuo and Fourth streets. Oct. f, dtf
Kstha v Notice 510 Uewakd. Stray
ed from tho subscriber, on tlio 31st of July
last, a largo roan cow. She would weigh
about 1,100 pounds nt tho timo blie was
misled. There uro no hpeciui murksuboul
her except thnt her bag is unusually lung.
I will pny ten dollars reward lo tiny ono
delivering tlio ubovo described cow at my
shop on the corner of Nineteenth nnd
1'oplar streets, Uulro, ills.
seplCtf James Kynaiton.
Notice. Any persons desiring to In
sure their property In Companies that
huve dono no business in ChU'Hgo, can do
so by applying to 0. A. Toppel, forinur.
nnco in tlio A'orfi MUsouri Innuranee Com
pany, of Macon, Missouri, cash capital
!?:iM)JGO ; or in tlio Slate Innuranee Cum
jtany of .Missouri cash capital. ?052,l!7fij
both murine nnd fire.
October 12, 1871. hv
New Meat Maiikkt. Nick Williams
will open his now meat market this morn
ing nt tlio corner of Poplar and Twentieth
streets, whero ho will keep constantly on
linnd all kinds ot meat and tho very bet
in tho market, lie will not permit any
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, and carnestlv Invites
the public to give him a call al his now
ItAFFLE. A lino shot gun and riflo will
bo rullled oil' this (Saturday) niglit, l lth,
Instant, at tho Old Delmonlco. Snortlni;
and tho lucky men of the city, who desiro
to obtain 11 good, ilrt-rato gun for 110th
ing, uro Invited to bo present at 0 o'clock,
The rest stock or gutiuinu French calf
in tho city mny bu found nt Win, Filler'
shop on Twentieth street, opposite tho
Court Houso hotel. If you wuiit a good,
neut-fitting puir of boots, shoes, slippers
miidoon short notice, und toarranfrtf, cull
Tho following were tho nrrlvnla at tho
St. Charles yesterday:
J. L. Amry, llickm.in; J. Hum Mur
phy, San Francisco j A. J. I'hlllips,
Philadelphia j 0. C. Mitchell, Chicago!
Will M..j..r, Rochester, N. V.; C. It. Hay
wood, Kutliih-.l. Vt.; S. 0. Lewis, Wal
bridge, Hi.; A. Kehur, city; Albert . I .el;
son, .Memphli-i Felix Cross, Mobilo; Ans
Travis, Chicago; W. A. Cratldick, Mat
toon, III.; E. S. Johnston, Lotiltvlllo; M.
II. Wood, J. 0. Zeplcl, St. Louis ; H. S.
AVhnclor, Chicago; J. .Marrow, New Or
leans; K. W. Watermnn, Wilmington,
III. ; Jnmes Morris, Capo Girardeau; E.
L. Klder, New York; 0. W. Cochran,
Haton Itougp, Li Wm. II. Armstrong,
Paduciih; 11. .M.Martin, Evansvl'.lo ; Geo.
L. Gobi nnd lady, New Madrid, Mo.; Capt.
Jas. llamard, St. Louis; Alex Moses, New
Orleans; N. V. Gregory, llemcnt, III.;
Win. M. Ila'kley, Now Orleans; J. 0.
.McD.rn.iId, Centralin; Jno. Stewart, W
It. lletinett, Now York; Mrs. Herryhill,
Metropolis; .Mrs. Hentritch, Little Hock:
J. P. Anawatt. Indian.inotls.
AT THE DELMoNlCO,
The following wero tho arrlvnls at tho
Delmonlco hotel, Wm. Winter, proprie
tor, for tho twenty-lour hours ending nt 10
o'clock p. in.. Oct. 17th .
D. W. Chapman, St. Louis; P. Kelly,
Littlo ltock; "Wm. Florence nnd wife
Chicago; A. J. Warden, Illandvllle, Kv.;
Charles C. lUndcl, Picrco City, Mo.; F.
A. Victor, Villa Uidge, III.; Joseph Cot
tingham, river; S. O. Lewis, Wnlbrldgc.
III.; Thomas Halliday, city ; W. C. Carr'
Joseph Hicks, Ullln, 111.; Mis Smith,
G. Wrltterback nnd lady, Hlundvllle, Ky.;
A. P. Cross, Camden, Tenn.; J. P. Collier,
Metropolis; C. K. Parks, Anna, III.
HlsTOHY OF THE War IN EuitOI'E.
Tho Nitti'.nnl Publishing Company of
Cm dnnati, bus jut issued a vcrv vnlunblo
history of the la'o war between Germany
nnd Frnnce, from tho pen of ono of cur
most popular writer', Mr. James. D. Mc
In n largo volumo of 815 octavo psge,
the nuthi f tells a wonderful story all the
strunger because of its truth. Ho tells of
buttles which have shaken' F.uropo to its
centre, and tho consequences of which,
even wc of the Western World mast feel ;
of patriotism, heroism, military skill and
statesmanship, never surpassed in history.
The author writes with tho weight and
forro of truth, nnd the great merits of his
book are its reliability an J strict impar
tiality. The book is complete in overy particu
lar. It describe tlio causes of" tho war,
and the events which preceded it ; the
opening of tho campuicn, and tho first re
verses of the French j the effect of these re
verses upon the Frmch people; the frantic
effort to rescue the benten nrmy, Mid the
terrible disu'ter at Sedan ; tr-u capture of
tho Emperor Nnpuleon nnd tho cntiro
urmy; tho revoiutim in Paris; the ri 0
nnd'tormatioti of the republic; the flight
of the empress from Pris; tin scige und
surrender of Strasbourg and tho frontier
fortresses of France1 ; tho triumphal ad
vanco of the German armies to Paris
the efforts of Uiz-tino to ccipo
from Metz, and the final f-urrender of his
army ; tho investment and sicgo of Paris;
the detailed history of this great siege; its
l.luns. sortie, buttle-, successes and fail
ures: the course of events in the beleuirured
citv, ulveti in the form of n full dinrvof
tlio events of the sie"c; tlio campait;ns on
tho Loire, and in oilier portion' of Franco;
tho peace negotiations tli-! surrender ol
Paris, and the treaty ; the naval history of
the war the iliplomaiic jntory on Hot 11 the
Gcmiin nnd French aides: tho hlsto'v cf
'lie form iti. in oft .0 ureal German Krnpir. ;
h proc aiming of Kr.g Wilatn Em
i. .or, al.d the rval.z.u. on ol'Gei man utniy;
tho events of the civil war and second
sicgo of Paris, its terrible t-cer.o of blood
sliecl nnd vi.dalism, with u mlnutinest and
brilliancy, which leaves nothing to bo de
sired. No Ititc'.l g ml pjr-on can afford t
be uninformed us to these event? which
have left so deep nn irnprcion on the
world's h'.storv, and few will fail to reao
this splendid work ; or, having read it, to
endorse it as tlio standard American His
tory of tho or.
In this ace of sensational literature, we
cannot too highly commend this br.lliunt
and thoughtful narrative to our readers.
Tlie book Is hand'omelv bound und illtis-
truted with 0110 hundred nnd fifty
maps, portraits battle scenes, anil
views of the principal localities connected
with the war. No expense has been spared
hv tin- Dtlblishcrs to iiiuhe it worthy of tho
support of the public, und we predict for it
an immense sale, especially us its low price
brings it within tlio reach of nil. It is for
sale by subscription only, nnd Mr. W. F.
i'ltclier, who is tlio nutiiorizta ngent lor
Alexander nnd Pulaski counties, is now
caiivussing for it.
Orders for tho ubovo work may bo left
at tho residence of Mr. Win. F. Pitcher,
Eight, cnth street, between Walnut
street und Commercial uvenue.
This work is a good one, containing
much valuable information; giving lite
movements of tho armies, grnphic descrip
tions of tho great buttles fought, and
sketches of tho lives nud characters of tho
moro prominent actors in that long and
bbiody strife. Huy u copy.
Mea::s W hat He Says. Though "con-
firmntions strong in proofs of holy writ"
nnd ns numerous us the sands on the sea
shore, wero produced to provo that Dr.
Piurco, tho proprietor of Dr. Sage's Ca
'arrli ltemedy, is in earnest nnd means
what he says wl.on he oilers $500 reward
for any cuso of catarrh w.hjch he cannot
cure, yet there would bo some skeptics und
fogies wliu would continue to shout, " Hum
bug f ''HumhuoJ " "It cannot be, be
cause Dr. Homespun 6tiys catarrh cannot
bo cured''' Now, this Dr. Homespun Is
the idonticul, good-natured old fellow who
honestly believes and persists in decluring
t latthis eartli is not round or spherical, but
fiat ns 11 "slnp-jitck," und does not turn
over, otherwisu tho wntor would nil bo
spilled out of Deacon lluscom's mill-pond.
Hut astronomical science has positively
demonstrated and proven that Dr. Home
spun is wrong In supposing that this earth
to bo flat and stationary, und medical
science is daily proving the fact that ho Is
no less mistaken nnd behind tho times In
regard to curability of catarrh. In shirt
it has beon positively proven that this
world moves and that medical science is
progressive the opinion ol Dr. Homespun
to tho contrary notwithstanding. That Dr,
Suge'a Catarrh Hemedy will euro catarrh,
thousands win. lmo used it will attest.
Then buy It, und usU it, in doubt do not
You will find it In drug stores all ovor
Hie laud oetlM&wlt. 680
The best Ktut ludmdiy jproeerved gln-
gor at JorgcnsertV tf.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
AT THE COURT HOUSE, THURSDAY EVENINfl,
ni'Tftttt-n trtTft r f . ..... .... .
"I "J "'.Ml DM, Ml ATKS IO
THE DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVEN
TION. The democracy of Aloxnnder county will
meet nt tho court house. In tho nltv of
Cairo, on Thursday evening, October 10th
lo I, for the purpose of selecting four
ilclegntes to represent tho county In the
Democratic Senatorial Convention, to no
huld at Metropolis, Massuc county, on
Saturday, October 21st., for the purpose of
nominating n candidute to fill the vnenncy
occasioned by the death of Hon. S. K.
Olbsoii. W. W. Thornton,
Ch'm'n Dem. Co. Ccn. Com.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALE-
THE TWENTY-SIXTH OF DECEMIIER FIXED
A IS THE DAY ON WHICH THE DRAWING
WILL COME OFF.
Determined to dispose of all tho tickets
in his lottery sale.Mr. F. Vincent has con-
eluded to postpono the drawing until tho
JCili of Dcccmbor, Ho Is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, and Is meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
every hand. During a recent trip to Grand
lower nnd other neighboring towns ho
disposed of nearly ono thousand tickets,
and tho demand is rapidly Increasing, tho
drnwlng will not tall to como off on tho
fhoro are six prizes, the principal
prize, as Is well-known, being n splendid
residence, thnt wasercctcd nt n cost of $10,
000. The remaining five prizes are as
Lot 31, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued al $500.
Lot 32, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition ths city of
Cairo, valued nt 300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to the city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 17, block 45, in the city of Cairo
Illinois, valued nt $300. octCdtf
The Samtle Hoom. Mr. P. Fitzger
ald's samplo room, at tho corner of Four
teenth street and Commctcinl avenue, is
supplied with as fine n .Hock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc, as
was ever offered for sale in this city. Mr.
F. is doing n wholcsnlo business, und be
ing thoroughly acquainted with the b 11 si
ne's in which ho has embarked, feels, con
fident of his ability to sell his good as
cheap, if not cheaper, than any other es
tablishment in tho city, lie solicits a
sharo of tho public patronage. octl8tf.
liocoiiT Out Mr. H. F. Miller, the en-
torpri'ing Commercial avenue tobacconist,
has purchased tho establishment of the
samo kind on Eighth street, between
Washington and Commercial avenues,
whoro ho intends keeping the finest brands
of cigars and tobacco. 31 r. Mlllor will
keep constantly on hand u full stock of
cigars of his own manufacture, which he
will guarranto-s to be of the best. Also a
f.jll stock of pipes, cigar-holders, enes, etc.
Heliaiilk and Sate. Dr. Henry Hoot
and Plant Pills arc mild and pleasant in
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. Heing entirely
vegetable, thoy can bo taken without ri -
gird to il'ct or business. They arouse tl.o
liver nnd secretive organs into healthy
action, ihrowinc (-11 dlseate without ex
hausting or debilitating tho system. Try
them and you will be satisfied. Price 2;
cents u box. Sold by druggists nnd deal
ers in medicine everywhere. Prepared by
the Grafton Medicino company, St. Louis,
Juht Received. W. W. Thornton
Tcntli street between Commercial avenue
nnd Poplar street, has just received nnd ir.
toro 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
Sleeping Koomh for Kent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City'a
tional Hank building. Apply to
At City Nutionnl Hunk.
Twenty-five cents. This amount
will buy a bottle of Mrs. Whltcomb's
Syrup, tho great soothing remedy for all
diseases incident to infants nnd children.
Oct. 18, 1871. dwlw
Markiaoe Guide. Interesting wrk
numerous cnuravinjrs, paces, met
50 cents. Address Dr. Hutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis.
Mo. Sco Advertisement. tf
Avert the evil. If mothers would
glvo Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup to their
children when sick, mortally would bo
less among thorn. It costs only twenty
flvo cents'. oct 12 dw lw
For Sale. A GroveriSc linker sowing
machine, In perfect order nnd but little
used. Any ono wishing to purchase mny
mnko n good bargain by application nt this
For. good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to bo copied, cull on
Thomas, No. l-'l Commercial avenue. Ho
s n good workman. Glvo him 11 trial.
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
W. W. Thornton.
Wanted At tho Dolmonico Hotel ono
hundred weekly boarders. Five monls
each day, prico $0 per week.
nug20tf Wm. Winter
For Kent. Flvo rooms over the city
Enquire of Jncob G
Adams' dry corned fish, a most delicious
nrticlc, in nbundunco nt Jorgenscn's gro
cory store. ,1,
Oyhtkiis. Louis Herbert has nlwas on
bund a fresh supply of Suddlo ltock oys
Go to Dr. McGauloy for ltattlngor's Fe-
ver Drops. Wurrimtcd to euro tho chills
JoRtiRNSON has Just received 11 largo sup
ply of Portland blue berrios. Try them
Try tho American club fish, put up in
oil, to bo found nt Jorgonsen's.
The fines, vunilh chocolate pnsto in
kIrs", nt JorReriton'a. tf.
t- 1 . .
.... . juafc rcnmvfwi n mrrrn iinr
neaung (Laves for ellliee ennl
wood or lintli si,ti..l.t.
lora or dining rnmiu nr- ... ...if.j
, - IUI UiilUL's 111111 1IU
7ciii jricc ihi or ciiier mni ;,, ,.
....' fl.J - -
inn snres. Ilrilnra li ..,tl ...ill
our prompt attention.
JiEERWART, ORTI1 i: CO.,
No. 130 Commetciiil avenue,
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
FOil SALE 1 1
At Mt.1t if-. al n,t. . t M.I
without rcicrvc, for non-payment of rcn
WAN. 1IARTUA2T, Auctioneer.
Vnvatr fW . f
(Ifl tit.' llin SAln1.IJ 1 Li St .l I
t I a . -
. w....,v. si .oii ujicru. wnicii lire un
vuiica, nnd for ftnlo by the cun or cma
.... . . ,,
.vd-villiuiu IVI II ML irv I f 1 . . I ( 1
niijo niirrnnieu coou anu iri,tn.
S ii. M IM Kll.
t.',. o . . .. rr
TS,M.vtav... f I. -. . - r tf
"". ilSU UJSK llUHUREri A
SlVTV nn,.i f rt... -1 ,
n,1 tn .ti.l.n.nn t.l.t. T ,11
nn rn 11 1 .1. . I , . ... . A. ......... c r,
.U.V...U.U .vi nip, eeiiiiiiLiu lur vnl
l-iv rirnnsr.,. 1 fr
",'. j . s, 11, I UI F11
1UIICK nTORK FOR KENT. Thn l,r
store, No. "8, Ohio Lovee, now occupi
by r. -.1. htockllctli, hsq., is offered
rent, and will bo vacant on the 18th in
A mil v to Ivn It I'nnii.
Steamer Columbia, St. Louis.
Mary McDonald, Vicksbure.
" Lucy liertrnm, St. Louis,
" Illinois Columbus.
" Alice, Mimphls.
Steamer Columbia, Memphis,
" Mary McIVmald, St. Louis
' Utah, St. Louis.
' Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr Paducnh
" Alice, St. Louis.
Here tho Ohio is still on a stand.
.1.1.. .1... .,-!-. 1 1
i 1. 1
reached. It is now 50 feet 11 inches
makes it lower than ever was known
In r tt t r nn.nn.li flil rtVT IS Slut
ary, with only two feet three inches in
mint' si trie rnir 01 rurcf incnes a
Ited river is reported having raised
- - - - -
foot and more looked for. It is the
VIUI SUJIJ'USIIIUI. illUS IU-3 . ..
will be in a fair boating stage In a
A denso fog prevailed night before
I.,'.,..,, ,.. v., ,., .. 1. . u..,.i .a.-i
lav mornini;, reminding one of b-iin
WIIV IIU.l III LIU 1111 IIll IL L'll.ril H
1 nn ni'.'iiis are tool, anu irosi csn oe
esrly in tho nvrning.
. ... t t.f . ,1 m
A U-9 - tt t .'.V. UU.I.Vl. IllIll ILft, .J
the fog between h ro and Columbus,
--w - - a
hail to lay up nbout seven hours.
cotton. She 1ml a Uuhl cargo for
I ho I.ticv Ui-rtram. camn out wit
any delay and filled out here. She
.-.1 .1... m T .. . ...! . . n
- I " M.V...... M.
isiunu. nnu ine 11. anu oarires airroui
otr loottt. usih. win. xnomoson
misad ton iiertram ana uweu J. cat
in tho office.
The Alice, from Memphis, had n
on itrfnm Inn t in rennrteu overt
lovely down the river.
William Hamilton, engineer of
steamer x.CKcri, camo un irora inu w
- - - --o .
raising her has been abandoned, as
t.11 e t. . . 1 .A
uuii, iru.u iuu Bbn.u iu .11- imi-uu,
torn away by the obstruction she hit.
. . T, ' . ..... ..
r-.ni.fht 1. ml win lakn nut tlio mac ill
in a few days.
Tim .In VIsL- Mill not lpavn lor 1 'fld
..i , i... . -. r
u.ivii i,vw. iv.v.wwj, -
"Cotton," who is is known far and
as tne preni. umuerianu rnor u.-
hud iu uai u 1 . uu " "
deal out pi.en to tho Trinity riverites
TIlO Uairo Lilly wuariooav was irj"
to come off tho ways last evonlng.
StW - J t 'imhii-w.i D
tneAntuno thobargo Jcanncito ju.ck
bo lifted in her plnco.
T - - r .
e- . a tt .. i) ..1.: .. . -.s ..mo .nnw
,UDU HUIiry linuiliniii,u "v .7 .
sutnption nt his residenco in unci
In at Kridnv nii'ht.
OH. !...,. Am nMnnln.lnn tT CflTIB
j a . . .
X 14 U ltu - vuisiisws..(j - "
been cxtcnucu iron uctouor zv 10
NKW A ) V K 1 1 lML.r.
tisit 1 iMTTiixmrnnnoM
Itsgularatro and Memphis Passenger 1
jl i j j jyj- .-
.-. . as j
Will i.ly aa a regular weflsly Packet
Cairo ami Memphis UurlnK th season,
Cairo cveiy Wednnsday at 12 m., and at
.r Hull.rilav nt 4 D.m. Will Day ParllC
tcntion to wav bus nosa, and will laua I
ha.ls. For freight or jia.
nee arm r
v nmipi, or
itTnt'Ci l.'inis ii k ,"U I
a i a i y a. a i a m. . m. J t .
ITnvn unsinoil n IKifSi KfiMA in Tliftrnt All's I
rrnll saS iihafu II, lLl.ls.t It nr n
forepatd for tho flame articlrH m tliU city,
Como nnd aco uh,
c-;16(r WRNETT A