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TIM ET.UILE Or TIIK ILLINOIS CKXT1IA I, It. It,
On bJ flerfiinrfiij, J'"-.' Hth 1871, the folloir-
m iiipr-n1-. .""rn me aimai nnii l'l art
lire of OMi wr train nt Cairo I
fryHrt-Mmt Iritin, il.iilr . 11:1) i,m.
Ki;-rcs, ii.nj- iji.m
jrntt U'iU'l'Hfy - HOT ii. n.
Ktprr.ilU,1 except eunilny 'ft.mn.m.
jthiuaorcrk fioiuOniro to M. f.otii. .No
.'hnif -'r. frmr iVlrn t.i O'llcngo. rirnl
ii'K h 'i 'Uffhif iMr4 on night tr.iin.
HutV fliM-l"l nil Important is-lnl-.
or ii noniKs.
HrMIVi'KWAN Idnlli-'i -n.
I'tTvliinx JiuMmiIi nt li'j i. ., nl 7' r. m.
J'rf r Inett lift, llV-lm fl.nv nl T!j r. v.
itnl) .Sr!i i r 'i. .1 M l..in-li-n, Super-
ntfi.-lrnl. C. II. I'ciir, lnti r.
)IKTIIODST-Or. Kiuhlh mnl Wrtlntit M.
ptrf-li ii, iMwlli I"', . v., ninl 7 r. m.
PrryiT inn ti"ff, W--liii-siy, 7), r.
xi lil.n xli'iot -If 'I. W, MIUcll, .Super-
itU-ndi fit. I.Vl.F. L.Tiiomi-shn, I'a-lor.
fill Ni'II 'K Till! IIKiKKMKIt-(Kpl-eoriH
Mnrntnit i-mji-fs, fshUitli n'$ . ii.
BifninK lr)'r.7;j i: i.
Mth Viliool, V . m.
Kn. ill:. Oin, llci-tir. ,
-r. PATIIICK - CIll'KCII - or Mntli si. fuel
Public ;tmec,fMjlli "Jfnii-I Iim, .. si.
Vespers. 3 r. V.
SunJiy School, 2 f. N.
Senlce fiery day, ( p. i.
Itov. I'. J. U'Ittt.iii. I'rl. f.
Satth -Mfliiol, li a. v., t.ililfllli.
Preaching, "nblmlli 1 H"l ' P-
Iter. J. Ki:iim, Pastor.
MISSION SUNDAY iC'HuoL-In the Clirmtlni.
Church, Eighteenth Sweet. HsLUlli .-onool ..
J. b. lttr.p.Siirerltitondi-nt.
iilarmeetlogieeonil Mondav eacl month m tl" i
Pra)fr room tf the Prel'vtermi Churel .
Weekly Praer mcctins, Ind.ij, "'t r. m., it
the Prer room ef the Pre-tijIi-nuBc'iiirih
(". 1'is.oss, I'rc!' leu t.
Cj ....Mbbatii. II v.
Sua Isi -hool, l'j r. v.
Can i p-
1'. ..Inns', 7'-5 r. m. Itev. Wm. Jnclison, Pinto
SE O.VU HtEK-Wll,MHITI.SI-Kifteenlli fet.
liftmen H nlni tmul Ceunr.
!erricrs fj.Mj.lh, ly, mi I 3 r. s,.
Iter, a, Kicks, Pastor.
KGE-IVIM. HWTIKT II 1MB Ml3.-Slu.-s tl'.S
liU' jCi lot) L Corner wa nut ami Cedar fern.
bund; school, 9 . M.
KIB-T KKEE WIM. UAPTIST ClIURCll-Cili-
serrues. -abbith It a. m.. 3 p. i. and ' r. .
Iter. W. Ki.titv. I'n-lor.
nit-TMISSIONMlV IIAl'ilsP CIIUItCII-i.il.
ween loth mi 1 11th ntieet, nenrOVilnr.
I're .chine ?ih ntli In,1 5 a. m., nn I r. u.
rinjerMic ing We.liiendnyeleului,'.
PrekChlOK, Friday erenliiv
M'jUth 3 houl, 1J4 p. m. John Van II ixier ami
Mry -tephein ii(ierintfnilent.
It". T.l.innr.i, I'.Hto
liovernur, John M. Palmer i
J.ieuii-Kini-Governor, John Dougherl) ;
pe TetAry of Plate, Edward Hummel 1
Aud'Mr of Slate, C. E. Lipplncotl ,
Nate Treasurer, K. X. Hates i
"nm. I'nblie Instruction, Xewton Ililemaii.
?entor-l.j man Trumbull and John A. I.og.in.
ltepreientative for the Plato at I.arite Vacancy.
Iteere.eni.itive Thirteenth District John SI
MEMHEUs (j EN hit A L ASSEM IILY.
Senator, lt District T. A. E. lloleomb, ol
Union, and P. K. i,iViin,of Cial'.atln,
l!preeiitatiie, lt District H, Vaton Webb.
C1KCUIT CO CUT.
J.i.li(i i. .1. Hiker, of Alexander.
I'roswutinj AttorneyI. r. Mii'i nn ji ut
Circuit Clerk Jno. rj. ILirman.
Slurill-A. II. Iivin.
Win. Mirfu. As-essor luu' TiOiWiiie .
I'Ol'.MV CO CUT.
A-soc.ates J. E. McCrllcaud 5. ,M irch'ldoii.
Clerk Jacob 0, Linch.
iVironer John II. Oossman.
.Mayor John SI. I.insden.
Trui-uier-J. U. Taylor.
Coniitro'If E. A. Htirnvtl
Clrk Michael llouley.
Slaritial nJriw Ciii..
Attoraey I'. II. Pope.
Police Mttstrjtes K. llro
Chieiol puliec I.. II. Sljcis.
nil I I!. SI. mi-
Police Oon-taUcs Inlin Hliliaoi (d.iy), nnd
J j". II. vlrrun and J. V. Sumner, (nili't,i
M.jor lohn Jl.I.ansdin,
Virsi Ward I. 0. ihnh.
?i!on 1 W.ird C. I!, Woodward.
Thiul Ward Jno. Wood,
fourth Vrd t-taats Tiylor. '
City-atil.irce-w: V lUIUday And I). Huril
1I0AI11) OP At.DhKHKX.
riRr WAIlll-Jine. Itearden,
TilIRD WAItD-Wm. stution,
KOUItTII WAIID-Jaint. QwM.i
CI. II -ease,
Time of Meeting.
r.",'.c,,)r p""11' In Joint soj.ton on
ia month! ! 8 I,r,:-"" ""' nrt -Monday 01
TneSeleKun l i.n the f.rst Wednes
lay sad Thurnd.y, iief nte usiflnd Monday In
OAifc or Alt rawrx.
llm ltiard of Allirmni meets on the firs
onij and Tuesday In every month.
OOMMITTKKs. (J J' TltK C0UM.1I..
.vi,sienrs. Tajlar, Walder, Winter,
DrMMgt-M,,, Cunnlnsham.tichiih, I'lUger-
t'ni..-Mmn, slVt0lJ) cimninRham and Kick
' sal J-Menr,. CaTroll, lluder and
iM(in(io4 Mesr.h.u....u-.i.i,. , n:...,..
iv nr-'-A'Ut', Winter ani Kleb.
del, Winter,HtM,;'B';n,'. ! Mi-s.rs. P.e.r-
Th Illinois Cenlral Had Itoad Coinpwy novi
uueriu, uiiv.i,i4uei.( rii.rti IU1 ininrs
,ot 7 block I.t 21 Lfcck M,
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li ' 31 5
l-ojrin,le. aplyto JAM EH JQHXJDS ,
ftOOKH, pamphlels, briet., caUIokuu, news
IJ papera, ti llM, and mery rtrlety ol eten.
nl8 'irintlp( pnntrocted for, and prumitlyaud
rpunilly oxaculcd, in the Hulletin lok, job,
u'f uespniivr Muuinic rrinuiPiiirni
SHNATOlUAli CO.N' .-'.TIOaV.
Tliecounllcf coTpoinii f 1 1 1 '"'dl
trlcl.aro rennculrd in rrn I iIHik "' o J ron.
vfntion, lo hoholden al Mrlropolip, u the 21M
ilavidOotoher In-nnl, M Hiep-iriioof notnl
natliia DcniocmliP 0111 I'lin for t I.U dl.lrlel,
tcfllltliotcneyoialonr.li) the ilonth ol lion.
S. K. Oih'on.
Accord lift lo II 0 li"" "I tvpreanntnlloiniiloptert
Ihe jcteral eoiinllei will lo entitled lo tho Till
lr,in; liiltnlrof tleli'KiHx I
Al xmiler .m.....;
Htil ii ...
I'nlnll . .
AMUi:i. 1', WIIEKI.nil,
Chnlnnnn HriKitnrmi Coiiitnlllee.
HtJitoiit 111:0 IKnrTiv;
l'lea nniiauncc my name ni 11 cmdidnlo for
the S.hIp Semite, for ttie Pirtl Hecntorl.il IMMnci
(thiiolholi.ivin( Uen mndc Mu anl dy thpilealh
of Hon. K. (iiloon,) Mil'jpet lo Ihe ileeli-lun
of the liiMiioTntlc Seniilorlnl Conrctitlnti
A. SI. I.. MillAi:
."liiniicelnnii, UN , Oi'tnoer II, 1f7l.
To lh' ttf Ms nxtHtta oj (lallnlm, Saline, llar
ilin, lyijUfJohnwn Matune, Union ami .Kvmmrr.
tumprulno theJ'iflt .Senatorial ilrict of IKimjn,
Kiu .iiiirs The ol.jct of this circular
I. to iiniiotinci' lo joii tint I cm a o.iiilil.i(o f..r
Iho fl.itceiiate, to till the vacancy occasioned h
the tiiitlmel) doalh of t-cnatur simoon K. (liloii,
iillyect, honcrer, U Ihe decision of the Iioinc
crnlltf fcciialorl.il Conrentloii, sl.ould one ho held,
I'ressinu ilutics oevolrlns t'oon w, fr.in this
lime ui'.lil the election, lnc!' occurs on tho 7th
if Noieinher next, render it linpus.iblo fur mi
to ii.viiM tho ill-Ill t, liencc I take tlili moms 11I
linking my candidacy generally known. Should
I he the choke ol my toll, w iltlcns for Iho
lace I s'ck I shall endeavor to m ike nn honor
tie fulthfiilnnd working re resentatiie, seel;,
nnli things the advancement nml prosperity of
le people through tho cnnctineut of Hholesoine
mil bencllcilit Iiihs.
I nm ;itespect tilly,
Shanelown, III., Oct. n, 1S71.
XBW JJAltHKIt SHOP,
Oeoriie, Iho birder lately with ThenlnM nnd
-chli cli. has opened n .Nt liAnncn fcu .r, on
tiiiiliierel livtn . , between P ni lsih plrrvl-,
i-r the ivconiiiindntinn ol lid km an I Ki'ii'l""! n
1 iho upiei pint 11I tho city lie invites nil bi
ll nml new lriends to Mslt his .shu , nnd n
ores them o'.itenttvntio iiml uneriuall il work,
nher in luir culling, cuttlnjr,sliavinK orshain
OllHAT WATER ItOUTB.
The Xew Orleans Eleintnr nil rifiht. htornae
! cen.s per bushel L, 111 ibiys. Xo comtntssoti
or sliliilng, I'l lily i snips Kir I lierioid m
d Imshelof CO 11 , uiids ; for.sew York or Jlojton
. Orleans, Octobjr lr, 1S71.
lUdlw I.. J. HimiK, Prr-t.
DISSOI. UT IO-V XOT rc K.
Xoticc is hereby tjlventhat the co.p.innershlp
lereioforo exls'inn between Henry btuut nnd
itictinrd Walch,il.idcr Ihe II rm nnme of Hto it A
iVmIIi, lathis ilay.lissolied bv mutual coneut.
ill bill will be settled by Sir. Wah-h.
Cain, Ills., Oitober 17, U71. uat
Threo fine lugn bay hores, well adopted for
heavy work. Will to sold nt prliuto sale. For
limber Information m l i
IIUrfE, I.OOMISA CO.,
Vt the'lce house, eurner il Kigili sneet and
Ohio levee. ool7dlw.
t lAt'hVii e, .., ...,,, .n.,,(.,.t, .,',. ...... .
I'libllttlird rvor.v mnrnlni', .llomliiy ox.
Ct KXKItAL LOCAL ITKMP.
l'lcn.int weather ycstenlay.
I5ll'tri(" on the lveo yostonl.iy vm-hri-U.
Tim oaon fur nutting parties Is nt
Tlio Ohio river U slowly rising nt
A flnoejolJ wntcli will ho raflloil oQ"
at Hurry 'Witllicr' tc-uli;ht.
Kellcy, Into of llic New Deliuonico,
litis t:il;cn cuniinatul of the lentncr A.
Those l'rciieh'Olionli'S, in fyrup, ?o
popular with eoniio'ncufs tiro sold by .lor
The man who don't advertise in The
llri.i.KTiv can't expeet to do much luiil-
The tin; "MontauU'' will eouie ofl'
the dock this nioiniii" n better boat than
'The thieves In ihe eliy nro nil known
lo tho ollicers. We uiuv oxpect lo soan Viu
rid of llmni.
Turn l'liUllpi, fur a lung linio a roi
dmit of ihis city, i now living in Dyers,
.lehn School give noiico this niornint;
f ix grand lunch ot tho Washington hall
ijanlen lo.inorrmv al'tcriinou.
The street luburorj under Nick
Devon nro nl work on tho fldewallc on
tho west sldu of EigLtoenth street.
I'lin members of tho Ilibornlnn VI ro
ompnny arc requostod to meet at their
ngino hutiie thU evening fur tin transac
tion of important busine.
Vor coinforlnblf and o'.icaii bo.itdin,
apply at ihe old Court Home hotel, cor-
hit Twentieth tlreot nnd VVhhliii;inn
Vlock-rif wild ejiM-oo could bo seen ll-
in over tho city at any hour yesterday.
They were all yoinln 11 Souihcrlj dircc
Vor the ben fresh oyster fold in litis
city, goto Jack Winter, at the old Del-
in uileo. They range In prieo from 10 to
S'j ecnls per can.
The rornor-stuno of the new Catholic
church will buluid to-morrow, at 2 o'clock.
The cereinoniei will bn iulcrostinjj and
wop wortli goiiij; to fee.
The horse rncu to come oil' tit the
Thiity-Sceond urcct race eoiirsu next
Saturday, will be an exciting ono. lloth
lurse are being trained fur the race.
A grand frco lunch will bo fprend
at the .St. Nicholas hotel to-niht al nine
o'clock, a oaud of inuiic will bo in attend
ance and a good time may be expected.
Mc.s-s. Hnrnian, Mcl!uh llowlevand
Oberly, delegate, lo the Di'inoeratic Sena-
i 'mil convention whieh ineut. in .Metrono-
11. ...... .
jesturduy nfiernooii for
r.raa,u,ni(.ll,UiMuii U ,lul..i,Vi
mill bin made arrangement, to e.tablUha
aDneryhcre A tannery U M.tnething
Cairo has long iieede, ami wi ,uilUll,..
edly prove a paying Imtitution
Wo don't believe it, but wo heurd a
a man say yeiterday that the radical candl -
ddte for ttatn senator In thin ill it. hi ))U j
not temo tnotigh lo rtiri'.Into good vie.
THE CAIRO DAILY
luals when set before him, or to acho when
In pain. AVo pity -Mortr..
AVho will bo tho Democratic candidate
for Senator' wn a question frequently
asked yesterday. Wo suppose ho will bo
omeinnn from olio of tho nine, counties
composing tho district. Thnt' n'l wo
know about it.
Harry Walker will spread a grand
free lunch to-night nt nine o'clock
During tho lunch n fine gold watch will
bo rallied oh". A band of good music will
be precnt to enliven tho occasion.
The dance of tho Torpischorean club at
tho St. Charles hotel last night was well
attended and passed oil' pleasantly. The
beaux and belle? of tho city were there In
lull fotco and enjoyed It immensely.
Go to .lorgeiiscn's for Imported Dun
deo orango marmalade, tlio celebrated
London cryntal vinegar, In quart, nnd
choice (iettoeso figs. tf
Where arc you going? To tho placo
number oil, Ohio levee, where they keep
ihe best fresh oysters, llsh and game, and
the linen wines, liquors and cigars to be
ouiid in tlio city. Open at all hours, day
or night. J. E. 1'aiiks.
A ralllo for a splendid shot gun will
coinu oil' nt the Old Deliuonlco to-night.
'I he gun is acknowledged to bo ono of tho
best in the city. A frco oyster lunch will
be spread for thoso who may wish to par
take while tho ratllegocs on.
If you nro suffering from chill, fever
or nnv form of malarial fever, do not
wasto tunc and money by trying medicines,
which will stop it only for a short time,
but use Dr. Kuttlngers Liver Drops, which
cure at once and permanently.
The chance- that your life will fall
within a year ii tvo per cent. The
chances that your houc will burn within
a year is lcsi than ono quarter per cent.
Why insuro the latter and neglect the for
mer? Delay no important duty for n
singlo hour! Insure your life in the
Life Association of America.
It ha been asked why the sidewalk
laborer.- ml" the odd-numbered streets
nnd repair the sidewalk- only on those of
oven number. The even numbers extend
to the levee, nnd on lhee streets every
stranger who come- to the city mii-t travel.
The odd number) extend to Commercial
avenue and no further.
Tabor Ilrothers, having obtiiinr.il for
their watch department ono ot the very
best workmen to bo lound, arc now pre
pared to turn out work in that line Willi
but little delay. Those having line and
dilllcult work nquiring the most skillful
workmen may now bo assured of obtaining
Mitisfuction. The llncst patterns of jew
elry, nt- ti-tial, arc mnde to order at prices
that defy competition. cct20tf.
.Mr. Henry Harri. ono of the oldest
inhabitant of Cairo, died yesterday. .Mr.
Harri-, at tlio time of hit death, was forty
five years of age. He was identified with
tho interest of Cairo for a long timo nnd
added considerablu to Us enterprise ar.d
prosperity. He was an activo member of
the Arab tiro company, the Hag of which
company hang nt hall'-mnst in rcpect to
hi, memory. .Mr. Harris nact been in
feeblo health fur some time, and his death
was not much of a surprise to any one.
Xotico of tlio timo and placo of hi- burial
will be given in tu-morrow'.- Hui.I.ktix.
Voter .Simp has opened a bran new oys
ter saloon, 102 Commercial avenue, where
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
ow'teni, tho largest and most delicious in
thocity.which ho will sell the by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been litted up
with tho expre view of supplying
gentlemen and ladies with a placo where
they miiy enjoy u incal of these toothsome
bivalve quietly, without being disturbed
by tho bustle and noises incidental to tho
commonplace, restaurant oyster room.
The Chicago Ileer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, No. 20 nnd 29 Eighth
Bticct, i a favorite placu of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' llcer, Liquors of every
description, and a'l kinds of foreign and
homo AVine-. No ordinary liquor. nro
dispensed at the bar of tho saloon only
tho very bet, and guests llnd In attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread ovury day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual'tf.
MUs Ellen D. Eame, formerly of
ICalama.oo, having taken up her residence
in Cairo, informs tho public that she is do
ulrous of giving instruction in vocal and
instrumental music and in French. Mi-
Lames comes among us witn excellent re
commendations. During the late session of
iho Northwestern Academy of .Music, she
was among tho most prolleienl in piano
fotte practice, and vocal instruction, and
the conductors of tho academy unite in
their testimony lo her thorough knowl
edge of music and her capability to teach
tho same. .Mis Kaine resides in thohouse
formerly occupied by Mr.fi. H. Olmftead
where ho will bo happy to receive pupils
and give any information if required in re
gard to terms. tf.
Kkuaiilk and Sake. Dr. Henry l'oot
and riant l'ills are mild and pleasant in
thuir operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. llelng entirely
vegetable, they can be taken without n
gard lo diet or busines. Tlioy arouse tho
liver and secretive organs into healthy
action, throwing ell' disease without ex
hausting or debilitating tho r-ystem. Try
them and you will bo satisfied. Vrieo 2,1
conts a box. Sold by druggists and deal
ers in inedlclnoevcrywhoro. l'rcpared by
tho (Jrafton Medicine company, St. Louis.
Tin: Sample JIoom. Mr. V. Vlt.gor
aldV sample room, at tho corner of Vour
teenth street and Commeicial avenue, is
supplied with us Hue a stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
was ever olleicd for sale in this city. .Mr,
V. Is doing a wholesale business, and be
ing thotoughly acquainted with Ihe biisi-iiL-s
In which ho has embarked, fuels con
fident of his ability to sell bis goods as
cheap, If not cheaper, than any other es
tablishment ill till) eity He tollclM a
i niro ot tlio public patronage, octlMf,
Vyp. Kent. Vivo rooms over the ulty
council chamber. Enquire of Jacob U
BULLETIN, 5 A.T LT R D AY,
WHAT OUlt EXCHANGES SA V AllOt'T IT.
Wc clip the following from tho Carml
Courier of tho 18tli!
" General E. V. AVinsiow met our county
court lust Tuesday In rpechd session ami
delivered a short address, asking that the
present contract between the court nnd
General Hurnsido might be extended, and
hriellv told the prospect lor the speedy
completion of this work. Tlio new c-iu-tract
extends tho time for the completion
of tho road to July 1, 1873. Provided nil
claim now due are paid oil' within ninety
days after tho work is begun on any pai l
of tlio lino or In nny event by the first day
of July, 1872. The new contracting par
tie are Wlnslow Wilson. AVo feel that
we can now safely promise the early com
pletion of tho road."
Tlio Harrihurg Vlironiclr of tho 10th
We understand that n dispatch has
been received from Gen. Iliirnside, stating
lie has been succesfiil in securing the
necessary altanee to go ahead with and
complete the C. iV V. railroad.'
The Evanvllle Courier of tho ISth has
tho following concerning Gen. AVinslow's
speech at Carmi :
" General AVinsiow, preside t of tho St.
Louis and Southeastern railroad, arrived
on last evcnine:'s train, lie delivered a
speech in Carmi, ye.-tcrdny, in tlu inter
ests of tho Cairo 'and Vinculums railroad,
in which he stated that if subscription
were nromntlv made tho debts of the road
would bo paiii oil' in ninety days, and the
road In operation in one year.'' "
HTOCKl-'LETH l.VIIISNKW K-TAlll.lSllMF.NT
THE LAIUIHSjT fTOCK OK WIM:, MIJ
roil, ETC., IX KOVTT.
Ill The lifi.i.KTi.v of Friday morning
wo mentioned tho fact Hint Mr. F. M.
Siockfloth, had moved into hi new and
coiiiinodcou store room, but now wo have
something more to say on tho subject.
For the last two ycats Mr. Stocklleth has
been convinced that he would bo
compelled, in oon'eqiieiiee of his con-
tantly increa-lng bn-ine., t te.'tire
oilier and nnro spicimt iiuir-
ter.. Ac-nrdinglv when it wa an
nounced th-it a number of new building
were to be erected on the levee, he sought
and obtained nn arrangement by which he
could secure a store-room and warehou-o
tilted to his immense trallic.
The building occupied by .Mr. Stocklleth
NO. 02, OHIO LEVEE.
I- one of tho hnmhome-t nnd most conven
iently arranged in tho city. He occupies
almost the entire building in storing his
large -tock of good. Hut, enough con
cerning tho new -tore let us ay some
thing of his groJs.
It is a fact well-known to every one who
has had occalon to buy liquor- of tlii
houc, that in point of prices asked, and
the quality of liquor. sold, it ha- never had
a successful rival. Mr. S. i- a good judge
of liquor-, and consequently always ha
on hand a full supply of the best in the
mtrket. Scotch, f Irih, llourbon, and
evc-y other brand are to bo found lro in
immense quanilities ;aud of wine, every
brand wortli having, is kept in large sup
ply. In faet,jMr. Stoekllethjkeeps a yior
store in the truo sene of tlio word. He
docs an exclusively whole-ab I'"1' "'
buyers will find it to tlieir ii'lvantnge to
call and see him and ascertain his price
('.HUMAN CATHOLIC I'lOCH.
(.oiivEit-vroxr. to he laid
DAY, OITOIIEH 22ll.
The corner-tone of the new German
Catholic church will bo laid on next Sun
day, October 22d, at two o'clock p. m.
Tlio Itev. D. Plielan, of St. Loui, will
deliver the oration in tho English lan
guage, and the Itev. Tims. Jlruner, of
liuinry, an oratmn In tho German lan-
.... ...1,1 i ..e ..
gunge, i no ccreinonie- win uu ihbici;
intere-ting character, and ns alike oppor-
tunitv mav not occur nu'iiin hi main
years, the public nro respectfully invited
to be present.
Ily order of tho trustees of St. Joseph s
A ititEsTED. A well-known citizen of
this city was a day, or two since.tieloro one
of our city magistrates tor being drunk
and disorderly. Ho was HnoJ tlio uual
uuiount S'J 00. After tho trial wa' over
ho might have boon heard soliloquizing
thnsly : " Now, this is the second timo I
have been up before a magistrate for tlio
Fin 1 1 o oll'en'o. I might have known it
if I had gone to Alba's In tho first placo
and got one of thoso smooth, clean, deli
cious shave tliat Alba is known to give
to every one who patronizes him, this
would not have happened." Therefore,
reader, take warning and always go lo
Albu's barber shop, Commercial avenue,
between Seventh and Eighth street., tf
Tho family grocery sturo of liixby A:
Kochlcr is being palronlzud largely by peo
ple who liito lino groeorles. Their location
on the north sldo of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial nnd Washington av
enues, is a central nne, and their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there-
loro this new candidate for public patron
ago meets exactly tho wants of tlio peo
ple. Messrs, Koehler A; liixby propose to
keep up their reputation by always selling
the best of all sorts of groceries to their
patrons and tho public, knowing that peo
ple generally uro aware of the fact that
really good articles of nnv kind uro nl-
wiiy tin. cheapest In the end. tf
i-on male on in. nt i no two story
Inline iiouso sltunteil on Coiiiinerciul-av
between Eighteenth and Niiieteenth-sts.,
owiieu ny .lonn iiegarty, i- uiiured nt a
bargain. Tim Ionise contains, mi the first
lloor a good and well arranged bar room,
neatly fitted up, a largo dining mom
kitchen and two sleeping rooms; and tip
stairs six roo,s. In tho rear of tho build-
ng is a porch with steps lending up stairs
There is a good yard well enclo-ed at
tached to the premises. Vor particulars
apply to John 11 khaki v,
nt the Gibson house, corner of Commercial
avenue and Fourth streets. Oct, fi, dlf
FkesU OyrTKKs. 1 am now receiving I
dally, tho celebrated C. S. .Maltby's H. and
M, brand of fresh oytur, which are iinrb
v.illcd, and for salo by the can or onto on
the most reasonable terms, try them, al
ways wurranted good and fnh.
OCTOBER 21, 1871.
WHAT 1)1!) I r MEAN?
A SIATTKIl WOltTHV THE ATTENTION OF
Yesterday nfternoon, about thrco o'clock,
a young man might hnvo been seen on the
corner of Eighth street and Wushlnglon
avenue, holding In his hand a lnrgo roll of
giconl neks, A woman camo tip to him,
when he said :
" Did you see tho polico on Commercial
Woman "No. Why?''
At this point nnothor young man came
up from toward Seventh street, and said :
" I nm nfraid this thing will out."
First young man "Out nothing. Did
you see the polico upthat way?"
Second young man ' No."
At this Hugo a third young innn came up
from ihe direction of tho brewery, and
says speaking lo tho first young man:
'1 don't feel right about It;' and then
speaking to tho womnn, s aid : "This Is
all on the square. Did you sco the police
up that way Y'
The woman answered no; nnd then sus
pecting thai thero was something wrong,
hurried away. As she left, however, she
heard iho first young man say:
"Some s n of a b h will go hungry
for his supper to-nlgnt. All 1 want is to
get out ot thi town, nnd I will go to
Texas I "
Tho last icctt of Iho thrco young men
they were going up Poplar street, toward
the Fourth wnrd, walking at n very rapid
Again wc nk AVhnt did it mean?
A OKAXD TIME ATCCHEEL'h HARDEN.
On Sunday afternoon John Schcol wll
spread n grand dinner, to which ho invites
his numerous friends tocoino nnd partake
He will treat them to some of tho finest
sau-ago made this ear. Tho enu'ago will
bo in cukes, nnd n number of them will
each contain n gold dollar. So, you see,
there is fun ahead. During the nfternoon
a grand concert will be given.
Hiiiku.ma.n- An k.stion. A special
meeting of the- compnny will be held nt
the engine house on this (Saturday) even
ing, forthepurpoo of transacting imiiort
nut buiiiof. All member' arc required
to bo present.
Hy order ol tho President.
2-t T. M. Lovett. Sec'v,
Etuav Noi ice. 'IVken up bv the
subscriber on the loth of September, a
medium siziil milch cow and young calf;
calfabotit two weeks old, more or les;
color red, mixed with white; her left
horn broken; right hind leg has a swelled
Joint next the hoof. Tho owner can have
her by proving property and paying
charge-. P. ConcoitAN,
Twenty-eighth, between AVashington
and Poplar street-.
We have just received n lurgo stock
of healing stoves lor either coal or
wood or both, suitable for olllce, hnlls par-
to.. Ji.,- . Willis. He " -----
aw Cincinnati, Keanititle or St. Louis
retail uricc Hit fur either cooking or heat'
in' utoro. Ordors bv mail will receive
our prompt attention.
Ukkiiwakt, Oktii & Co.,
No. 130 Commercial avenue.
liitici: Stoke ion P.ext. Tho briik
store, No. 78, Ohio Levee, now occupied
bv F. M. Siocklleth. Est)., is offered for
rent, and will be vacant on tho 18th in-t.
Apply to Jvo. II. Phili.is.
Jc.vr ItKCE! veil AV. AV. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial avenue
and Poplar street, has just received and in
torn 1.000 door and 1.000 windows anU
Si.EEPiXd ItooMK fop. Kent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Itank building. Apply to
At Citv Kationnl Hank,
Fon good photographs, porcelain pic
ture., or old pictures lo bo copied, call on
Tbmiins. No. 12 1 Commercial avenue. Ho
a r. good workman. Givo him n trial.
Foit Sale ok Exchanoi: foi. Cairo
PitoPEKTY. I have One Hundkkd and
Sixtv acres of first-class tinimprovco
land in Johnson county, which I will sell
on reasonable tcrtn, or exchange for Cairr
city property. P. IL Pope.
The iikst stock of genuine French calf
in tlio city mav be found nt AVm. Elders
shiiiiou Twentieth street, opposito the
Court House hotel. If you want u good,
niiut-fltting piir of boots, shoes, slipper
mnde on short notice, and warruntcu, cm I
New Meat Market. Nick Williams
will oiien his now meat market this morn
irig; nt the corner of Poplar and Twentieth
street, where ho will Keep constantly on
hand all kinds of meat and tho very best
in tho markut. Ho will not permit nny
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, and earnestly invites
tho public to give Him a can at nis nuv.
Strayed flu reward. A
biMiw.wr.t lililtM mule, about 11 hands
hiirh.'s vein- old, yellow noso, shod all
around.'tail and main very bushy. AVhen
l,..t seen hud a halter on. Stnived from
Cairo on or about Octuher -1th, 1871. 1
will, pay tlio above to any person or pcr-
somi who will return or give nny informa
tion of her whereabout'-.
John AV. Mubpiiy,
OctlU2wd. Twelfth street, Cairo, Ills
llouiuiT Out Mr. II. F. Miller, tho on
torn rising Commercial nvenuo tobacconist
has purchased tho establishment of the
saiiiu kind on Eighth street, between
AVasliliii'ton and Commercial avenues,
who ro ho Intends keeping tho finest brands
of ulnars and tobacco, Mr. Miller will
ko'-n constantly on hand a full stock of
cigars of his own manufacture, which ho
will L'unrrniitu'i to bo of the best. Also a
full stock of pipes, elgur-holdors, cases, etc
(lloforo P. tiros, I', SI.)
Tlio first enso called wnsthatof Eliza
beth Smith, charged with entorlng tho
houso of Mr. A. C. Colomnn, on Second
street, In the nlght-tlmo nnd stealing
tncreirom articles of the value of S14. Tho
accused plead culltv to the, n.hr
was held to bail In tho sum of $300 to an
swer nt the next term of the circuit court.
Sho could not give bull nnd was sent to
the county Jail to await tho sitting of tho
Mr. Andrew J. Carl, charged with as
saulting Mr. Michael J. Huckloy, was
nrrested on u warrant sworn out by the
latter, Tho testimony ndduced, howeven
In tho opinion of tho court, was not sufll-
cicui to jusiiiy n nnc, nnu .Mr. Uari was
discharged. Mr. IJuikley wns not sail
fled, however, nnd sworo out pnuther war
rant, accusing Mr. Curl with u.lng threat-
cnlngnnd nbuslvo language. Hut in this,
ns In tho formor case, the uvidonco wns too
thin, and Mr. Carl was discharged.
Tho fourth case was that of Frank
Ames, for indulging in n plain drunk. As
Ames had only got drunk and laid
down disturbing nobodv, n line of onlv
$ 2 and "perks" wns nsscssed against him.
John AV. Itutlidgc, charged with
forgery, In signing the immo of Oliver
Crook ii Co. to n note, was next heard.
Ilutlldge is the man who obtained n note
from one of our Commercial nvenuo drug
gists nnd sold it. The evidence In the case
wns heard and tho caso continued till the
27th of the present month, when other
evidence, If nny thero be, will bo heard
In tho meantime ltutlidgo was icntcnced
to be confined In tho county jail In default
of $500 bail. Itutlidgc claims that ho has
been in the employ of the house of Oliver,
Crook V Co., and fully authorized t
transact business in their miine ; and that
if ho ha been discharged from the firm,
docs not know It.
Mike Simmons, a runner for tho Me
chanics Exchange, was arrested by ollicers
Shehan and Holmes, (or not wearing his
badge in n conspicuous place, where it
could bo plainly seen. Simmons took a
chango of venuo to Squire Shnnnessv.
After hearing tho evidence tho Squire dis
missed tho case al defendant's cost.
Slat, ilurn, arrested by Shehan and
Holmes, for threatening to whip the offi
cers in the above case, wa lined five dol
lars and cots. Mr. llurns gave notice of
nn appeal to tho circuit court.
And thus endcth tho chapter.
THE TWEXTY-CIXTH OF DKCF.MIIKK FIX Ell
AS TDK DAY ON WHICH THE DRAW INO
WILL COMF. OFF.
Determined to dispose of nil tho tickets
in his lottery sale.Mr. F. A'incent has con
cluded to po-tponc the drawing until the
20th of December. Ho is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, nnd is meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
every hand. During a recent triplo Grand
Tower and other neighboring towns ho
disposed of nearly ono thousand tickets,
and tho demand I- rapidly increasing, tho
drawing will not tail to come olf on tho
day,Diatilletlto six prize, the principal
prize, ii- i well-known, being a splendid
residence, thnt wa erected at a co-t of $10,
000. Tho remaining live prize are as
hut 31, block 1, lid addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $500.
hot 32, block 1, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 30. block 1. 3d addition tho city of
Cairo, valued at &300.
Lot 83, block 1,3d addition to the city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
hot 17. block 45. in the city of Cairo
Illinois valued at 5300. octOdtf
Estray Notice $10 Kkwaud. Stray
ed from tho subscriber, on tho 3lst of July
last, u large roan cow. She would weigh
ubout 1,100 pounds at tho time she was
missed. Thero are no special murks about
her except that her bug is unusually long,
1 will pay ten dollars reward lo any one
delivering the above described cow at my
shon on the corner of meteentli Hnu
l'oplar Street, airo, ma.
' . , , r Til.
SCpliitf .JAMES IV YN ASTON.
Dancino School. On Monday even
ing. October 23d, Mr. Charles Hardy will
open n dancing school in winter s oiock
in tho room next door to the gas compa
,,v,,fTire. Thero will two classes. Tho
geiitlcmens' class will meet on Monday
and Thursday evenings, nnd tho children
on Saturdays, from 2 to l p. m.
Twenty-five cents. This amount
will buy a bottle of Mm. MntcomUs
Nvrun.tlin e-rcat soothing remedy for nil
'V I ' o
discuses incident to infants nnd children
Oct. 18, 1871. diwlw
Maukiaoe Guide. Interesting work
numerous engraving. 221 pages. Price
60 cents. Address Dr. Ilutts Dispensary
K.i .19 North Kle-bth Street. St. Louis.
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
For Sale. A GrovorA: linker sowing
machine, in perfo.'t order ami but little
used. Any ono wishing to purchase may
nmko a good bargain ly application nt till
"Wanted At the Delmonico Hotel ono
hundred weekly boarders. FIvo monk)
each day, prico $0 per week.
nug20tf AVm. A ixtek.
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern nnd out
liouos complete. Apply to
AV. AV. Thornton
Adams' dry corned fish, 11 inont delicious
nrticlo, in nbundanco at Jorgonscn b gro
Oysters. Louis Herbert has nlwns on
hand n fresh supply of Saddlo Hock oys
Tim best East India dry preserved gin
got- at Jorgenscn'u. tf.
l.iTTi.K Muck Clams (quahntigs) nt
Paul fi. Sehuh sells ltattlnger's mcdl
'I'm: finest viinlllt chocolato liasto In
gins, at Jorgeiuon's.
Titr tho American club Hub, put up in
oil, tube found at Jorgonscn's.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
FOIt SALE 1 1
A t . 1.1 . . "
i j.uoiic miction, on the 25th of t
bor. aI Nn ir. rn.i.. i... .... .
,""' i'"i"-" oio., iipertalning tin
WithnilL renrv .. .. . -
.,. . . .
i "oii-niiymeni oi
Dan. IIahth a...i
Steamer St. Luke. St. Louis.
" Mary E. Poo, St. Louis.
" Colorado, St. Loult.
" C. V. Kountz, St. Louis.
' Sallle, Vicusburg.
' S. 8. Merrill, St! Louis.
Octnvl., St. Louis.
Minnie, St. LoU,.
John Kyle, New Orleans.
Steamer St. Luke. Memphis.
..lnry v.. Jl'oe. Nnw Or ear.
" Sallie, fet. Louis. b
" Illinois Columbus.
" Ada Hcllman, Momphi
" OetaviR, Mound City.
I hn (IbLi Is et.lti.. ....... .1 ,
slow. In fart as In - 1....I1.. .,
i no river nt St. Louis is falling
ntlil I linf-n 14 .lt .1 r...A ft J 1 .
cnnnnei. inc aNun.efit place ft at
Tf.nlii. Our filifi.4t ......
thnt tin! Iinvn tifv..t a.,. tl... .1...
Ill' h n rfifi il it I s.n i m 1 1. . 1
tiriif- nirVa !. 1, ...... l . .
.....v. v.ns Hint u nt ii r rwi'r
before are now plainly Vistula on
sine. Tim Arlumn. u.tni. .... . u . .
few dnyi ago, is now on a stand, w
fair boating stage. There nro soiuo
lilirl Tllfimtt ImliKAAn I, ...... .1 ft . .
. IUnvtll I1UIII IB.III1 .11 11
u 111 t tin Li',1. .us..... If.. r .
n- tu iiiiu 1 11 tj in. Jinrmv n ruint ro
A U I A II .1 I I Y II.. I
m.s..,.,...,, "iiuviit unviiiK iVVH PLErOU
one of llic many inndy tUcci. The
ubovc hero Is still m of old In
.. .it. t ..mi 1
ttt tin Vt,'nttitlta i.utxt r .
Tim Pi.L- tf... I. --.I 1 .
corniuunlcation with i'uduculi, anJ.
. U I . A.1 a a ett
river in AWs'lling 1out.
iiimncsi on the lantllng wa very
There were boven nrrivah from .St.
U.atifi-ti t. (cinilli(n ft,... I.
cuiiivHiiiii, tiuni, uai uur, uv.
h,tiiFii fitf n Innti tiinn. till
tiuu 111 uui v . x 1111 hl' u nr rrmn
tni. .1 t
lttfl.lltll nml liioin. 1 1, . .ri...,...
j Hj .21. i.um; u-jij 111 wiih a vtT
fin r.if Vnsnnhti .m.I ... .. CU . .1
few tonn and left about nun,
rl. t t ik . e . . i
a goou inp, mmicii ncre ymi ncr
. 1 1 f t . . t 1 .
on the siilur. hhc whs aground
night out at tho harrncki.
in iiiinniit tiromTii mi rnm inn
'JO buleft domestic.
Ti nt i. r .t - ;
iniMorate trip. f5he diicliarged
about GO tons AVhhe rivor freight.
The AUa Ileilman cicareu it the
Uitv oaiieil rte.'t). cimtain .-
irijnni in intiu iiiiu niiuuun l hi
enmo' flying into port yeUerday
rw,-... & i
1 . 1 1 lU. . 4.I..
ffl . t I. II 1.1 1. . I I V.
1 I1U ihU UUIIllllItt IM1 Hli
?motic Hucki pu!.nt'J a fiery red.
ilir 1.UIU1UUU MilllVI'luiili ..v
load her to the water
H00 bnles of cotton.
Tl,n C C M..r.ill ..nn ilns-n Wit
freightcil Imrges In tow, una nerseit
lOaueu. Olio iranners iiur hdi(ju
. . .1 1 , . Tl. 1.-..,.. .
turns to St. Louis.
Tho C. A'. Kountz had n good
flown 1 lie UL-nu. iusi onnosue luu cii
hit a bank of some kind but escaped
out being hurt. Capt. Shaw said
she had been drawing a foot more
Mi- u'riiiui 1 1 n v n 1 toon fcnruniHi v uiiui
. . ift .
Plum Point, and will probably have
docks this morning, and will bo In
- - a
did condition. She has had a now
LoaI mil nn. The wheel
i.mtmj it.itn. Til in run mil mi,' uiiii
. ., .. ., . .11 1
h.Hniitm ... tniiL-n hits rrn an hist, in.
. . j" .1..
u; ill u.':n them nil in w ion tlllllor wa
il.A II. innn tnnlr t tl n HIT n IV
1 IIU ,.u,,,i(ut ,un ..
Ciiunii In tnu- nm u-ill lnnvn II a
wreck of the Virginia.
Fivo feet five inches to Memphis.
Tho tug Cach is as busy as a bee.
ing tho time tho Moutauk has been
I.m. ...ill ii.ii1,. lin rfw.til.P trim in
City which has kept her very busy.
Tho fuel barge of tho Illinois will
tho docks to-day for repairs.
t-ltrxnfnlina r-n, I nmn i 1 nnv 111:
K. P. AV alt has been turned over t
owners and thut the liollo St. Louts
has been laid up thore is coining out
. ...... 1...,.
jilf ill luiiinuu u,w w.j..v-. v
1 . P 11 .-.1 1 l.li.n l.n.MlAfl TV Llll
U o III Ul lli;viMI,l . . a
vor Drops. Warranted to euro tlio
. -P.- sii "nT
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WINES AND LIQUO
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
Whiskies. Fruni'h brandies. Holism
iirnno nun (.miiorniu . inrs. u