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On ami anrr oHar, l. Mm 171. If - foil -lnee-iabc
wlltfor leair.talan dimt
Ure of passi nrftr tralni ,im:
Ixpixri MaII Irnlfi. tin 11-44 p.tn
Klpieaa, ilaily - 2.-46 in
..ty il, .lady. , - A-.00ii.ri.
Ejprp '. rtsdy, cxr. pt Sunday JlsiH ..m.
.MllDKlflMr IroinOitu in M. l,otil. .No
vhtne- uf ' nr fiun. I'mln. In C'neoci. HefaM
lt,tK,ig H'h. ii lrj)inx cam "n iillit Iwnw.
mITK eihrxVed In jill Imtnrtnnt feints.
oi' k njn.niK-s
I'rfiulilfig .Sabbath at n'.j a. mid TVJ i-. M.
I'raicr iiuft tig, UV.ni.liy ill J!J ! .
nnday Mt ml, .1 p. m. J. M I.an.den, Super
intendent. Hi r. C. II. Kootr, lt,r.
JlirrilOl).Sr-C'ir. I'ihIiI'i and Walnut fct.
piraclnnj, Sat-balli In', t. .,nnd 7 r. m.
lVyef mi ell- B, Wiilnoday, 7'j r. m,
- n lat M'li.mi :tr w. I V. SIIMell, Hnper
iiif.nd. nl. Iter. t I..Tiiuuro, I'aMor.
flit tfH UK T.IK lti:ilKKMKIt-(Kpltopil)
Mii-dIii.' prater, -S tl.liHtli lo' a. M.
Kii nine prs)er 7J4 r. v.
.l.th Ndiool,!'. m.
i:ev. Ma. Ots, Hector.
sr PATH'CKS CllfllCII-.or. Mmli St. end
Waalungton Atf nur.
I'.iMiffrvlcr.Puh'nllifJfnn'l to.if t. m.
Ve-pcr 3 p. N.
Sunday School, 2 r. .
fcerriee emy day, r. m.
Hev. P..I. O'Hti.toiiAN, I'rleal,
Sabbath school, 5 a. .. f-abbath,
Preachinjf.'-.iiWlilo', . mid 7r.
Her J Knirxs, l'aator.
MI-MO.N SUNDAY sCllv01.-In tlii Cnrutlnn
Cliurcli, KigMorntb Sucet. biibhalh tcno.il a
J. II. Item, Superintendent.
iilur meetliig iwond Mondnv cad. inontli M tre
Prajer room tf (he Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Pra)er meeting, Irlunj, 7)4 r, m., it
the Prayer room of tho Presbyterian cliurcli
C. 1'aiic, President.
semce-p, Sabbath, II a.m.
Minday school, 1)4 r. .
I n9iir M.
l'rcAulnuit,"4 p. . Hev. Win. Jac!con, Pamo
T.C0N11 HtKlvll,ianlTlST-rirtHnth St.
I'Ctwvcn Wlnl nntt i:eunr.
hettice tibb.Ui, iy, r.n I 3 r. M.
Uct. N. HlCKn,Pator.
P.F.F..W1I.1, IIXPrHTllOMK Ml-lo.s flN
IIAV H'HOOI-Corner wa nut and Cedar fit.
Sund j St'lmol, U . i.
nit-T kiii:!: mm. haptnt cm i:c ii tur-
Service", riiibljith 11 a. m.. 3 v. H. and 'H T. M.
Hot. W'x. Ki tlir. I'n.tnr.
KlllTMI.S5IOVllV HAPil'l Cll LUiCil iet
cn lutli Nii.i Hill iliect", rn.irCidnr.
I're clilnr sifi Mill lu.'i a. ., and ,' r. m.
I'Myer Mec lnt. "e int-jdo cirniiig.
i'n-acliliw, rndii erenlnjf.
.-iibatli' liuol, i p. . Join Vn Hulrsrid
Mary 9teihrn Su,wnnt nd. nt.
Ilev. r I. mr. P.if
Uuvcrn .r, Juhn M. I'.ilrnor ;
l.ieuu-nnni'Ooti'rnor, John Dougherty
ki retarjr uf rtate, Klwar I Itum nel
Au4 tr of --tale, C. K. I.ipplncoll ,
i iteTre-nur-r, K. X. llJtej i
iiti. public luxtMcllon, r.'euton Ilnti inan.
fenstort-l.jtnan Trumbull mi l Joliu A. I.oan,
Ueprevnwllt foi tbe "-l.tle at Iirpc Vacancy .
It' recniMit Tli.rlecnlh litriit J jlin it
.MEM UK H5 OKNhdAI. ASsEMIlI.Y.
i ii.itu, In District T. A. I'.. Ilolcomb, ol
L'n. ii. andS. If. fn!.oo,of fiallatin.
Ki-prrariitalitt', l.t W.tr1 t II. Watson Webb.
1 I.- -1. J. llaUer, of Alatidr.
I' " i'Shk Vioracj J. V. lil'rtn"i M
i i m i Clerk Juo. i. Ilnrmao,
iir 'l-A. . Irvlu.
W i Mnrl n, tf .aor bi Tiea-nrcr.
Ju Is P. Ilroaa.
Af.B-.ae 1. U. MeCritcanJ p8. March'ldon.
C rlt Jacob fi. I.tich.
'or iner John II. (loi'imin.
ML'NICU'A L OOVKH N M E NT.
May ir Join I. I,tnden.
T ra.iiier J. H, Taylor,
'miitrnle- U. . llurnctlj
rk Michioi llottley,
)I I'.hal Andiew Cdii.
AM irurr P. ll.Popo.
I'.iici. MigntMtoi-!--. Hrjit ant ll. Himn
' .do! Police I, II, .Uyer'i,
I' I cp Con.taMei nlin heihaii (il.tf),
H feirrun .in I J. Sumner, (nteht.)
V t Julm M. I,n len,
i Ward-P. ii. sihish.
- ni 1 tfard It. Uoij.iwvm!.
1 1. r.l V.inl Jno. Woo J,
i- j jrtii IVtrJ s. Sm: Tiykir.
t at.I.a'ic IV. I' Halliday aid I). IJurd.
IIOAIID or AI.tiEltUE.v.
T.l. ui IVAUD-Wm. Stralton,
TI! WAKtl-l tinea (Jsrroll
, Y7ifi of Mulinp.
I i .iy Cotirnil inttto in joint kcmnn .u
ii '"w,'ln Monday of
. : mier wiCMTu.
T C,M 'It ,r.U on ,), ,;rst Wf j
i uJ Thuraduv. titter lh
tUAUb Kl llttttll,
Hoard of tMermtii rncct t.( 6n
andTilvatlay in et-ry inouth.
'OMM1TTKT.S OP THE lOIWi ii .
Tntlor, Wal.ltr. v;intfr,
Vino I .tlM MK;Kr.
biM ant Jai-M
it.,...'. , .. W,(J c"ninsharn and KIcb,
tri. Carroll, Jludtr
Onlmaarf. Men.r..Mu. u-.i i
d.i, W.tiler.fitru. . 'a "ic'rtll ,"",r, K,r'
' ie lllluol. Central lit I Ito.vl Comt.unv
LTlor ihe lollo rinifileaniL.Tl iX'l ,,i J?
.1 iuiiiohiu in t-nyoi . d.ro, tlx:
l.nt 27 block S". h ;!! bwck H.
. ...... ..... ..-.-.." 'V . IU. III
1 o,ir'na,.il. a ply to JA.MK8 JOIIVOV
rf8M Au i
iiUI(d, pi.uipl.lui,, ti let, euto, Iif nm ,
MJ Pp, dz 'lata, and ov.ry vru yet eiten.
lre iinmiPK loutracted for, and picri,i and
i'fily tieculeJ, In the iiullclln bok. tab
and naa-apaprrbiadlmr MlnWlihrvtnr. ' '
MJW UHHHKHIi ',
I'.m liii It, hr
(Vmiitifm'l I a
Inieli wild T M.lml I nnd
In N 11 I
Ii i t ! .
vfn i iii-n
!, .. I
lal' .1 v -i i.
I for llm weonirnna
i 'tin upi-i iil
1 1 nlid lii'ii I ' "
1 ini.. i.. in .k.i i llenlm..
iMilier in itji-f Liii.ui, ciitiin:,
Utt fir h ill.
oi i ml
(iitvAi" WATEM KOUTK.
II e Nfir Otl- i- Klersffif () prik. Bin ;e
, t it n I" I Iwnlfl 1 1 iW ili.. cuiniri an ui
, ni .iii( i' ". 11-nl) of Milp Uir I lri'1 1'iiul nl
I i,i in'- .i i "I Wpmiid" i fur .rn Vork or Mo.ion
.i . 'ti.. iVti.lni in, la7l.
i!4 llir I.. J. IIIOIIK. I'm.
I'dlt j.' -
Tnri'o tine I irco Imv hor.ea. lull nilni.t..!
1,-in m.rk, T nn' jold n! Vrltnie : iii... i-:
luilher IiiIiii'iiiiiiicii ni.idv In
HL'.IK, I.IUIMHA Cfi.,
t llit-.li'a ho.ix, cortu'r nl IIibiIi ip. t .irnl
Oliln Iimit. , , ,
I'nlillslK'il p(.r,t iiiiii'IiIiik, .1fontlit,t
G KNICItAL fiOC'AJz 1TKMS.
lVlk'e lnifIiR'! vettrdav vn not very
l'mbuto court nd!ouriid on Frid.i)
Jttdpc Uro nnd Clerk Lynch tvero it t
Ki'iiiembur the lunch to lie given tit
fciilieers ijHrJen this nftornoon. It will be
it crund ulfiiir.
inoie rrcnen jiiorrif , in svrun, so
populiir with connoiseur-. nro sold by .Tor
'I he number of stcninbonts nt the hind,
inir yesterday frnvo the levee n lively np
penrnnre. Fntlicr fiiimbcrt, nt one time pnstor
of the C.'itlmlic church in thN eily, i tlow
locnted nt Wnterlim. Seiieen eour.ty, New
Tor coinfortnble nnd clicnp boarding,
npply nt the old Cuurt House hotel, cor
ner Twentieth street tind VA'nshitiijtoii
l!v. I'red Thoninni will prench ia the
Mi'thndUt chureli to-dity, lit ten nnd it
half oYdock, nnd In the evening at oven
nnd it Imlf o'i'lojJ;.
Go to Jorgctifeira for imported Dun
dee ornnuo iniiriiiBhide, tne celebrated
I.undnn crystal vltiennr, in nuitrt", nnd
eholcu (ienoe.(! flg. if
A number of tliu jieojilo who nttebd
the lunch tit .Selitfel't hall to-day and e. t
of the siiuiiige Unit will bo put upon the
tiblo there, nro sure to net a gold do.li.r
The Lake Creek bridge, which was
in a very dangerous condition, hits been
fully repuired, under tlio .-up. rintendi'iitc
of Severe .Mnrehildun. iuociate ju-liee of
the count v court.
-Wo tco by the Now York reports thut
the nelt increiisuof inaiirnnce in the J.lfe
Asiociation during the year 1870 cxeetded
the net increa-n of i.y other Cumun in
the world, by over j 0,000,000.
The draymen, who do much of their
driving on tlio luvee, complain of the
plunk roid being Mocked up. Yenenluy,
In one place, a lot of bnrreli were piled nil
on the street making it verv dilllenlt to
(In Ttiftsday nioriiiiij tvu will juibliah
a t. ry Interestiiii: letter lrom I)r. .Marv
Ifurd. AVu would like to havo given it
to our reader", to-day, but owing to its
great length, nro compelled .to let it go
over until Tues lav.
Where nro you goiii'f To tho place
number Oil, Ohio lutce, wboro tin y keep
the bet freh oy.t ira, tUU nnd -am", .md
ihe Ilnc5l wines liqunrs and cigur.; to be
'omul In the city. Open nt nil hours, dav
Hr Slt. ,1. E. 'ai!K.. '
-Mr. J'iieher is the ugent for Alexan
der and 1'iilnskl counties for a history of
tlio war betwemi Krinieu nnd Gi rmany.
Tho work Is a good one nnd should be read
by everybody. It is printed In both the
English nnd (iprmnti '.nngunges.
Some of nur country frlcmU are
afraid thnt thr county roid between Cairo
ami Unity will be taken mr the road-bed
of the C dro and St. I. mU railroad. They
need tiol Iks alarmed. Tin- railroad wtil
cio-s thocountj road two (; threu tlmos
between Cairo nnd Unity, but niido from
these crotslnga, will not interfere with the
road in nny way.
An individual who, filling a Utile
under the weather ' the other night, took
it into bl head to get dnttik and moil
that would nut cure him. Itu got drunk,
and ns drunken men generally do. made a
fool of himself. He amined himsolf by up.
sotting water barrels, etc. Ho coin- ibuted
Uvi'doilari. to tho city, and liberally to the
ofliceia who arcited liiui.
If you are nitloring from chills, fever
or any form of malarial fever, do no
waste time and money by trying medicine
wlikh will Hop it only for it abort time
butuie Dr. Jt ittlnger I.Ivor l)rop, which
cure at mien and jiermaiiently.
One week from Tuesday is the da
H for tho drawing of .Mr.' I. itiely's
gift enterprise. However, theru reiualns
unsold a smalt number of ticket, ami
should Mr. It. bo unnblo to dispose ol
them by Unit time, it will be necessary t"
postpone, the drawing for a fotvday. .Mr.
J.ieiy expects tob,. uliluto sell cverv tick, t
by tlm llrt of tie, momi, llU,j k(mbl Id
expectations, bo realized, a poMpoiiement
ui not tie muuo.
Mr. M..S. IInl'iiiHti, tn whom the con
tract fur building the new midge ( ver
Ucho river, at Unity, wu8 awarded l,v
tho countv i'i,i,n. ..c it I...I.. ...
, munii una AI0M1I.
', ,!'17rk,;"t'"'''dge. He conte,,;.
pluteslmvln, tUo ,,rid,,. J(J11U u,ld ,., a,,v
fr - I. thirty u,v. u ,u fc ;
when the contract tu..,iwr,l... m .
mun.thal becouM ,10l 1)lllM
n id comply with Up. coinr....i . ... b
of his lot b.il
Tlio Chicago Leer
Schick, proprietor, No. .
stieet, is a favorlto place of rceoit with nil
lovers of "Welts' Jleor, I.umors oi ev...
deirripUon, and all kinds oi foreign and
THE OA.IRC DAILY
Heine r.o No ortllimry liquor nre
Jipuiifi'i nt tlm Imp of the m1ioii only
Hiu vory boil, iiikI j;iiosu llm! In Miuiicl-
'"cc I'olilo iiml iictfniiiwiaiinj; miners, a
ifi'i' Inm-h I , rend every irny in i
u'clocli a m. uuul'if.
- TU.r lir lhir, h iving ubtntni-d f' r
lhi-ir winh ti.-j.irt:iniiit onu iT tliu y
li.-fl wi.rliiii' i lo lie fonnil, nrc now -r. -mrril
m i.rn out worl in tlint lino with
I tit lltt!p dclHV. Tlnie havliij.' lino nnd
difficult i.rJi r nuiriiiL' tlio ino.-t skillful
wurkiiioii limy now bo insured of obtaining
Mtttnttori. The Ilnet nutterns of lew
ctry, n usunl, nrc mnde to order nt prices
! uihi uoiy riiinpeiiiiim. octzun.
I Mlku .Sllilliinrn. tlm mnnn Ir.illi'lilnul
t . ... ...
! wno ,v'" nrrctti two or tlireo dnys ngo
ior noi weartr.g nis oaugc n n noiei run
ppp li. rt place where it could be seen, and
dhiharg'd on payment of costs in the
ciifP. win before his honor, Squiro Shan
iiefy, yesterday again, on n charge of
runniii' for a ptt'dic house without license.
lie wa fined ton dollars and cosl. Sim
t, ions t ill soon learn that ho tuu't cither
i comply with the provisions of tho city
ordinances In such case, or quit tho busi
ness. Peter Saup has opened a bran new oys
ter saloon, 102 Commercial avenue, where
he will keep on hand constantly freh
nyMcM, the largest and most delicious In
the city, which ho will sell tho by case, can
or doen. Tho saloon has been lit ted tip
with tho cxprcs-s view of supplying
gentlemen and ladies with a place where
they may enjoy n meal of these toothsome
bivalves quietly, without being disturbed
by the bustle and noises incidental to the
commonplace restaurant oyster room.
On h,t 1'riday night the Ilrst dance
ulven under the aii'piccs of the Terpis-
c'k rean club, came oil'. It wn a brilliant
a!falr. Tho attendance whs large and of
t'tc most select charncter. As previotish
iiTsmged, tho musieiiins took their por
tion" nt prceiely eight o'clock, nnd from
that time until half-past one o'cloek
dancing wn kept up without intermiiop.
The programtne was carried out from top
to bottom, thu avoiding nny and every
misunder'tntiding us to " what' the next
A young man, who attend to busi
ness, c!o-ely and is seldom caught in bad
company, was -ick tho other night, an 1,
being sick, knew uf but one wny to get
well a good, straight drunk not n noiy,
rip-tearing drunk but 4 one of thoso
drunk), in which a man gets so full thnt ho
can't navigate, and lies down toil. IJcing
a new customer having never been be
fore his honor the old squire could no
llnd it in his heart to bo hard on him. He
ii'B'ssed the lowest lino SI and costs. The
young man departed,feciing that that wns
cheap just! -e.
1). Lamport ha? removed his shop
from Ohio Levee to Eigth, between Com
mercial and Levee, and lie now invites
bis friendi to one of the bc-t fitted shop
in the city. Everything is kept in the
neatest and be-l manner po'-lblo; snow
white towels, bright, keen razors, pure
watT. fragrant soup-, clear oils and line
perfumery. Smooth shaves, thorough
idmmpnos, fashionable linlr-ctlttlng, hair
curling or dre-sing fur (eiitlemcn, ladle
or children, and polito attention i alwayi.
in readiness for tinny who favor him with
their patronage. oettidlm.
Frank Kelly, was arrested yesterday
for running for a pullic house without
license. Ho wa' taken before Squire
Slianne-sy, who a--e cd against liim n
lino of live dollars and tliecoit-. Kelly, i
a new-comer, nnd, a- ho n, did not
know that a man wu compelled to pay to
he a runner for u hotel. Tho old Squire
thought if Kelly wnro compelled to pay
fitedollars and thoeoits fo tho informa
tion that a hotel 1 unner ii ouliged ,0 pay for
ihe privilege of running, ho woul 1 never
forget the fact, and consequently not bo
arrested again on tho same charge.
The following were tho arrivals at the
St. Charles Hotel yestitrdny, Oct.21st, 1871:
.1. ( Calhoun, l'aducah, Ky.; L. V. liapp,
Oolconda, Ilia.; ,Ino. .McCaTroy, .New
Orleans t.l. II. Hewitt, Memphis; W. II
Sinduky, City ; It. H. I.au and famdy
Vti'k-bttrg, Mi-s.; Herman Kramer. St.
I.o.iia; E. A. Terrell, llallatd C .. Ky.:
M. .lenlilti', Iiillard Co, Ky.; E. Kuli,,
Cneiniiati ; C. S. Slater, St. Lain; W. S
Morgan and wife, t'entr.illa, Ills.; .1. H
Vallette, Iloran Shoo; A. M tchull, Chl
cigo, UN.; C. A. Ite'jk, Central, a, Ills.;
E. II. Fall',-, City; F. A. Eldredand lady,
Mound City; Daniel Ilogan and lady,
Mound City; J. II. Kelly and lady.
Mound City"; 1). II. Carter, .Mound City;
C. Hunt le, Now York; W. II. O It lymoml,
City; F. C. Carson, 1'ittiburg, IVnn.; Mrs.
S. C. Drudull, AtkliiKon, 111.; H. S
Wheeler, Chle go, Ills.; L. Ettor, St.
I.ouia; ll'ihl. Hawkln, St I.ouN ; Colonel
.Merrill, U. S. A.; Miss Wilson, Mt. Ver
non, low. 1 ; Mrs. It. C. Thatelier, .lorscy
City, New .1 craft .
Tho following were tho arrivals til th
Delmonico hotel, Win, Winter, proprietor,
for the twenty-four hours ending at 111
o'clock, p.m., October 'Jlth, 1871 : llcnnio
W-olfolk, St. Louis; L. A. Lafon:, Mo
tropolis; T. It. (ih-s, Arkausns; "Win. Ah-
uicail, Macon, III.; J. I.. Allard, 1'aducnli ;
.lames Smherlunil, New Orleans; F. M-l-'iittlkiier,
iJoiicsboro; C. II. AVcbb, Ken
lucky ; (ieo. Clark, St. Louis ; F. McLnue,
Uliin; F. (!. .Marrs, Ilailard county, Ky. ;
II II. Evans, St. Louts; A. Whipple, Mo
iev, Mo; L. 1. I.apark, Trenton, M?s.; D
Pollock, Kentucky; Friiik Wease, Chici-
o ; Charles Harton, "Mound City; Wio-b.
.'on Icy, (teamor .lohu Kylo;t .Joseph II a
Infant, Fleetwood, Ky.; lyl.sW.iRcrr ami
wife, lliitiidville, Ky; AlexaiTiuT Kell,
Ceiilralia .Mrs. M. II. EdwanltT Carlislu;
.1. Culver, Chicago; W. W. Payne, city;
A. A. Payne, city ; 31 re. .1. L. Allard, l'a.
dneah; II. .Mehhor, St. Louis; ,1, llurger,
city; ltieliurd S, Heir, Ilailard county;
Mr Stal bird, Ilailard county, K.t.; .Mrs.
Collee and son, lllamlville, Ky.; ilrs, C.
M.Si'nii, lilnndville ; It .1. Emus, Clilin
1:0; JaiiK." Lyon, .Mt. Vernon, 111.; J. C.
Ilurd and I'e.u Cle. ve. Kentuekv
NoTH'K. A meeting of tli 1 Delta !'i c'al
club will 00 hel Ion Monday evening, '.'a I
lust., at 7 o'ulo It, when a full ulUmduuco
Is request d. S. Staatu Ta vi.011,
Cairo, Oct. 21, 1671. President
BULLETINSlTyPAY, OOTOBER 22, 1871.
From tho Vlntcnn a Sun of n rec it
date wo copy U,0 following concerning the
unround Vinommcs railroud .
AVc arogrnl.iflod to learn thnt tho pros
t jets lor the t rly resumpi on of tvoii; , i,
t in I no of r.nid ar )m, u imcoiimgiinr,
than at nny tlnm hotctofiL. ,1m.,, th ,.
pension ol work In lBOO. O.-n. ll.irn.lde
now In l.urope, Is llkelv lomov
I.,, in iiegoimung ,ecuritles ol the c
n.tnv, and placing it in a fli,ai,el 1,1...
which will Insuro tho prompt iiayment
f... .,'1 tl.,1.. Olt.t ........ h1i. I f ... '
l'n i... ,. ... ...... iiuiiui mi 11, last 119 11 call
done and furnished. Wo urn imw.l.
pleased to hear of the Mattering prospects
iii sui-cci", oecauc 01 mo Delictus wliich
will result to our city rrom the building
of the load, and alo because the enorgt
and labor of Ilurnslde, expended under
the most adverse circumstance', should
meet a proper reward. Our city will
probably b" mlled on nt aticnrly jay to
ontribtite aid to the et,torprlc, nnd it
impoitance will Jutify 11 liberal donation,
It seems the surveyors on tho Cairo A
St. Loui road don't appreciate the way
the people of Alexander county treated
them while running tlio line through our
county. The .loiie'boro Oaxcllc of this
week contain' the following on tho nib-
The engineers of the Cairo and St. Louis
railroid have arrived in town. They
havo inndo a nreltmlnnrv survcv from tin.
Sandy, in AIcmuiiIci county, and will run
iiiu nno again immediately. We are sor
ry to hear from Mr. M. (Sreinrv. that imp.
ties along the route In Alixander ninnlv
charge the pmty of survey irs exorbitant
I. ill. At ..1.1 r-.. 1 ... 1
"l "'u t-oitv, toe ennrges Were
unreasonable- lftllisisso. the fact will
be remembered, we ireumc. when tin.
contractors locnio Millions in that vicinitv.
The engineers do not expect to get board
free, but tin y do not like to be fleeced by
parties whom tho railroud will benefit so
much, and who havo been so liberal in
llieir former promise'.
The engineers of the Cairo nnd Si.
Louis rnilrond hnvc found a good rout-
from Ilig Sandy to .lone-boro.
It may bo that at some places they were
overcharged; but that the people along
the line tried to " fleece ' them, wo can
STOCKn.KTll 1.V1IISNKW TAM.ISIIM KNT
Tin; i.Anor.sT stock op winks i-i'i-
fOl'.S, KTO, IN KdYPT.
In Tub Hl'M.kti.n- of Friday morning
wo mentioned tho fact that .Mr. F. M.
Stockfleth, had moved into his new and
coinmo'leous store room, but now we have
something more to ay 011 tlio subject.
For tlio last two yeats .Mr. Stockfleth has
been convinced that ho would bo
compelled, in consequence of hi, eon
atantly increasing bii'lnes, to scure
other and more 'ptciou qu'ir
ter. Accordingly when it was an
u uinced that a number of new buildings
were to be erected on tho levee, he soughl
mid obtained an arrangement by which he
could pccure a 'lore-ivKim nnd wirelmu-o
suited to his immeitH' traflic.
Thcbuililtng occupied by Mr. Stoektleth
KO. 02, OHIO I.KVKK,
i one of tho liamLomest and mod couven
icnily arranged in the city. Ho occupies
nlmost the entire builiing in storing his
large stick of goods. Hut, enough eon
eernin.'tho new More lot us say some
thing of h'.a goods.
It is a fact well-known to every one who
has had occasion to buy liquors of this
hoti'e, that in point of prices nskod, and
the quality of liquors sold, it has never had
n successful rival. Mr. S. i' n good judge
of liquor-, and consequently always has
on hand a full supply of tho be.-t in the
market. Scotch, 'Irish, llourbon, nnd
every other brand are to bo found lngro in
immense qtianitities ;nnd of wine, every
brand worth having, is kept in largo up
tdy. In fnct,,Mr. Stockflet'iikoeps a liquor
store in the true sense of tlio word. He
does an exclusively whole-alo business, and
buyers will find it to their advantago to
callanilseehinilil.il ascertain lit, prices
(Oman (winolTic" (7HUUC1I.
Tin: ci)r.Ni:ii-s'rciNi: to 111; laid on sc.v-
IIAV, OC'TOlimt vi'Jd.
The corner-stone of tho new German
Catholic church will bu laid on next Sun
day, October Slid, at two o'clock p. in
Tlio Hev. D. Phel ni, or St. Louis, will
deliver the oration in tlio Eiigli-h Inn
guage, and tho Hev. Thus. Hruner, of
tiuiney, an oration in tliu German lan
guage. Tlio ceremonies will bo of a very
interesting character, nnd as a like oppor
tunity may not occur again in many
years, the public are respectfully invited
to lie present.
lly order of tho trustees of St. Joseph'
Thoro will be 11 freo lunch at Lou's
Hlait iu's new ailoon, on tho corner of
Eighth street and Cmumereial avenue on
Monday morning at lii o'clock. Louis
has lilted this place up in a lino and tasty
stylo, and will always hoop 0,1 hand the
Illicit brand of wines beer and cigars.
Tho lunch will bo the finest ever spread
in Cairo, A full band id muslo will be in
Como one, emtio all, and partake of the
good tiling, free gratia.
A OIIANli TlMi; AT iCIIKKlYn OAKIilIN.
On Sundiiy afternoon .lohu Sehcel wil
proud a grand dinner, to winch ho invites
hi- numerous friends tocouio and partake.
Ho will treat them to some of tho finest
sauugo made this year. Tho am-ugo will
bo in cukes, and a number of them will
each contain a gold dollar. So, you tec,
there is fun ahead. During the afternoon
a grand concert will bo given.
Wo havo just received a large stock
of heating stoves for cither coal or
wood or both, suitable for otllee, halls par
lors or dini.ig rooms, HVieii7 duplicate
any Ci i-iii-iuti, EtawvilU or St. Louis
retail jince ti.il for atlicr cooAi1,7 or luat
i'ii fotv. Orders by mail tv.ll receivo
our prompt attention.
llKKIIWAItT, OltTII it Co.,
No, 130 Coti'inercltil nvenue
Itegirar mmuiilcatlon of Cairo
Lodgo No. an 7, A. F. it A. M.
.'idlllblV OVelllll!'. Octnl.nr 0.I1..I A
L. f.87l. at 7J o'eloek. Veiling brotl'iors
nre cordi illy Invited.
Wm, H. Kkknkv, Secy.
Aiir.Mio.v, Ait Alt,! Vimr urn herein'
n.'t iio.1 to report nl the com ny's eliglno
house t.Mdny (Sundnyj nt li o'clock pre
'i'clt.to nt'-tid the futioml of our late
bi'- ihe-. Il. nrv Hirrn. The train will
leave the fool of Sixth street at 1 2 s!f, hnrp
John H. Hoiiinson, Sec'y.
IltiiMitNiANS Attkntio.v I Every
inemlior of the Company Is hereby noti
fied to mo-t nt the engine house In uniform
to-day nt t) o'clock a.m., for tho purpoo of
iittcndlng tho funeral of Henry Harris,
deceased, of tho Arab File Compnny.
Hy order of tl.c Company.
L -M. Lovktt, Secy.
Attention, Itoucius ! At a meeting of
tho Hough mid Heady fire company, held
last night, tin Invitation from tho Arab
lire company to intend tlio fuiiornl of their
into brother, Henry Harris wns accepted,
and tho following resolution adopted;
ttcHitvctt. That wo accent tho Invitation
of the Arab llro company to attend the
lutieriil of their Into brother, Henry Hur
Ti', niiel to meet at tho engine house nt 11 J
o'clock, sharp, in citizens" clothing.
llAitr.Y bciiun, Sony.
Estiiav Notice $lu Hewaku. StrHy
ed from tho sub'cribcr, on tho 3tsl of July
last, a largo roan cow. Sho would weigh
about 1,100 pounds nt the time sho was
missed. Thero are no sipeclal murksaboui
her except that her bag is unusually long.
I will pay ten dollars reward to nnv one
delivering the above described cow at mv
shop on the corner of Nineteenth and
I'oplar trcots, Cairo, Ills,
seplotf James Kvnasto.v.
HouohtOl-t Mr. H. F. .Miller, tho or -
torprising Commercial avenue tobacconist,
ha ptirclmed tho establishment of the
same kind on Eighth street, between
Washington nnd CV.ntncrclnl nvenue,
where he intend keeping the fine-t brand
of cigars and tobacco. Mr. Miller will
kep constantly 011 band a full stock of
cigar of Ins own manufacture, which he
will gunrraiite" to be of tho best. Alio a
full stock of pipes, cigar-holders, enses, etc.
ort. 1 "ill w.
Stkavkii $1& iiKWAiiu. A black,
heavy-set mare mule, about, 14 banda
high, 8 years old, yellow nose, shod all
around, tad and main very buhy. When
last .".con had n halter on. Strayed from
Cairo on or about October 4th, 1871. I
will pay the above to any person or per
sons who will return or give any informa
tion of her whereabout.
John W. Ml'upiiv,
OetlOiwd. Twelith treet, Cairo. Ills.
K-.TUAV No. ice. T. ken up by the
ubcrilier on the 10th of September, n
medium sized milch cow and young calf;
calf about two weeks old, more or less;
color red, mixed with white ; tier left
horn broken; right hind leg has n swelled
joint next tho hoof. The owner can havo
her by proving property and paying
charges. P. CoitcoitAN,
Twenty-eighth, between Washington
and Poplar street-.
The Sample Hoom. .Mr. P. Fitzgerald'-
sample room, nt tlio corner of Four
teenth street nnd Commeicial avenue, is
supplied witli as fine a stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., us
was ever oflered for sale in tlii city. .Mr.
F. Is doing a wholesale business mid be
ing thoroughly acquainted with the bui
nes in which ho ha. embarked, feels con
lldent uf his ability to sell Id goods us
cheap, if not cheaper, than any oilier es
tablishment In the city. He solicits n
share of the public patrnnngo. octlStf.
Hki.iaiu.e and Sake. Dr. Henry Hoot
and Plant Pills nro mild nnd pleu'nnt in
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nnusea or griping. Hcing entirely
ve-gotable, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. They arotiso tho
liver and secretivo organs into healthy
action, throwing ell" diseaso without ex
hausting or debilitating tho system. Try
them and you will bo satisfied. Prico 25
cents a box. Sold bv druggists and deal
its In medicine everywhere. Prepared by
the Grafton .Medieino company, St. Louis.
Fon Sam: or Hent. The two story
frame houso situated on Commercial-av.,
between Eighteenth and Ninctcenth-sts.,
owned by John Ilegarly, 1 oflered at a
bargain. Tim house cent dns, on tho first
floor a good and well arranged bar room,
neatly fitted up, a lar,o dining room,
kitchen and two sleeping rooms; and up
stair? six rooms, in the rear of tho build
ng is a pireh witli stepi leading upstairs.
Thero is a good yard well enclosed nt
inched to the premls . J'or particulars
apply to John Heoahtv,
at tho Gibson lioue, corner of Ciuniiiorelal
avenue and Fourth streets. Oct, ij, dtf
The family grocery storo of Hlxby it
Koehler is being patronized largely by peo
ple who lino fine groeorles. Their location
on tho north sldo of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial nnd Washington av
enues is a central one, and their stock has
been selected with discrimination, thoro
lore this new candidate for public patron
ago meets exactly tho wants of tliu peo
p'e. Messrs. Koehler it Hlxby propose to
keep up their reputation by always selling
tho best of all sorts of groeorles to their
patrons and tho public, knowing that peo
ple gunerally are awnro of tho fuel that
really good articlos of nny kind nro nl
Wats tho cheapest in tlm end. tf
Aitni:sTi:ii. A well-known citizen of
tills city was a dat, or two siiiee,bofoio ono
ol our city magistrates lor being drunk
and disurderly. Ho was fmoJ tlio imial
amount?'.) 00. After tho trial was ovor
ho might havo boon hoard soliloquizing
thusly : Now, this is tho second ilino I
liavo been up beforo a magistrate for tlio
sumo oilcnao, 1 might havo known it
if 1 hud gone to Alba s in tlio first placo
and got one of those smooth, clean, deli
cious chaves that Alba is known to givo
to every ono who patronizes him, tills
would not havo happened." Thoroforo,
nudor, take warning and always go to
Albu's barbur bhop, Commercial avenue,
between Seventh and Eighth streets, tf
Condensed from our Kxrhnnxe v
- A daughter of .Mr. Searls, living nor.r
Lldorndo, was fatally burned on Saturdav
-Tho two Pickerings confined In the
Saline county jell (or murder, escaped
Thursday night a week ago. Tho jail,,
was gagged, the keys of tho cells taken
from his pocket and tho prisoners set free.
The parties who helped them oir were
blacked nnd disguised, No effort has been
inudo to rctnko tho pri'niiers.
Honry H. IMorgullc', nn inmnto of tho
Poor hoti'c of Saline county, committed
suliddo recently. Ho had nt ono time
been in easy circumstances, but loss ol
property nnd health preyed upon his mind
and it is supposed ho was partially Insnne
when ho ended his life by cutting his
(lire nt witli a razor.
Tho colored Hnptlsti of Du Ouoln talk
In the neighborhood of 4 to pupils nt
tend tho public school ot Du Quoin.
Hurghtrics nro frequent in Oltioy.
Ten mnrriago licenses were issued in
Carml the past week.
Sunday night a week, u thief possessed
himself of S4G0 huloii trim. In Thin Uli.
Hams, of Ilurnt Prairie.
The citizens of White county want
Irili potatoes S1.00 per bushel.
The corn crop Is the large! ever
Htisincs in Shawnectowii is hmking
The Gallatin county teacher' iii'ti
tuto met nlOimtliH, on .Monday last.
The Carbondale nnd Shawnectowii
railroad is progressing satisfactorily,
Circuit court of Gallatin commence
A largo force is at work in Shawnec
towii on the conl depot and round-house of
tho St. Louis it S. E. Hallroad.
Cairo mail. matter readies Shawncc
towu in a week from tlio time it is started.
Several leading merchants of Shaw
noetown have been arrested for selling
ling liquor, ale and beer without licontc.
VI SCENTS LUiTKkT.SA LE-
THE TWENTY-SIXTH OK IlECEMllElt YIXZU
A THE DAY ON WHICH THE IlliAW'I.NU
WILL COME OI'K.
Dctermiti'.-d to dispose of all the tickets
In his lottery sale, Mr. F. Vincent has con
cluded to po-tpone the drawing until the
2Cth of December. He Is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, and i meet
ing with tlio most grntlfting success on
every hand. During a recent trip to Grand
Totter and other neighlioring town hi
dipoed of nearly ono thousand tickets,
amJ the demand i rapidly inercn-ing. the
drawing will not fall to come oil' on the
1 Here are six prizes, tin- principal
prize, a- ! well-known, being a splendid
residence, that was erected at a co-t of $10,
(.00. The remaining five prize aro as
Lot a I, block I, ilI addition to ihe city
of Cairo, valued nl ?,"()0.
Let P.'J, block I, 3d addition to tho cit.t
of Cairo, valued tit f 300.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition the city of
Cairn, valued at ?300.
Lot 83, block 1,3d addition to the city of
Cairo, valued at i.'lOO.
Lot 17, block 40, in tlio city of Cairo
Illiimls valued nt S300. octCdtf
CIIAMBKIt OF COMMERCE
At public auction, on the 20th of Octo
ber, at No. 70 Ohio levee, all tho furniture,
books, papers, etc, apcrtaining thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent.
DtN. Hahtman, Auctioneer.
New .Meat Makket. Nick Willinmi
will open Id new ment market this morn
ing at tlio corner of Poplar and Twcntietl
streets, whero ho will keep constantly 01
band nil kinds of meat and tho very best
in tho market. Ho will not permit nnt
butcher in tlio city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, and earnestly invite
tho public to givo him a cull at his new
FiiEsit OYsTnns. I am now receiving
daily, the celebrated O. S. Maltby's II. am
M. brand of fresh oystors, which are ttnri
vailed, and for sale by the can or case on
tlio most reasonable torms try them, id
ways war ran led good and fresh.
tf Wm. Wintek.
Wanted At tho Delmonico Hotel on.
hundred weekly boarders. Fivo moab
each day, prico $0 per week.
mig29tf Wm, Wi.ntkr.
Foil Sai.k. A cottage on 12th street
continuing 7 rooms, cistorn and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. TlIOIlNTO.V.
Adams' dry corned 1Kb, a most dellciou
article, in nbuadnnco nt Jorgeneon's gro
cery store. tf.
OysTitits, Louis Herbert hasnlwnsoi
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Hock oy?
JonoESSON has just received n largo sup
ply of Portland hliin berries. Try thorn, tl
Goto Dr. iiuu.inny ior itattlnger's Fe.
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tlio chills
The best East India dry prcecrvod gin-
gor at Jorgensen's. tf.
Litti.U .Muck Clams quahoags) nt
Paul G. Sohuh sells Hattingor's medi
The finest vanilU chocolnto paste ir
gluss, at Jorgcn'on's, tf.
Tut tho Amorlcan club fish, put up in
oil to bu formd Ht ilorgonson's.
rim following I n ilslof loltcri, rcma
ing uncalled for in the post office, nl Ca
Illinois, for tho week ending Onto
lilst, IH7I :
i.adik' 1,1 sr.
Iluek, Addie; Hreuhaii, Knln; llnrl
I.. A. Harder, M. A, Hnv. Jem
Illodgett. .Miiry; Dilllbip, M . Pj Go
...I.. M..... 11. 111.,.. U,..lt ..... I...
' ' " ' ,
Mi.. Hobeit; Johns, Mainly ; LennJ
.Mart-Ann: Lewi. Mo'lv E.t Paving?
H. J.j Hiehardsiin, A .; Hunter, Ma
Van Huron, .Mr. J. E
CIE.VTI.KM ENS LIST
Vrmstrong, C. W.; Arthur, Chnrb
Anderson, Ezra Ar'lngtun, J. W.; II
dish, George; Herry, Isuni; Hold. Hen
Hrootn, II, Ij Hvrno. 31. Ilj Croci
Dr.; Crlghdom. Eaton; Cook, Oeorl
Carroll, Joslah; Clark, J. A.; Carr
1 lin. W.s Co emnn. V. .1 f'nll.v V
hjii, a rmiK ; iavis, iticiinrd; Utn
S M.; Dean, Wm. H.; Elliott, C.
English, Edmondj EnMmnn, C. L; Ed
James; Forsyth, Jocph; Frlghnm,
W.j Fitzpatcrlck, P.; Gt.ntcr, M.
Gravll, James; Ooldsby, James; Hulbi
A.; Hale, Dnn'l; Howard, E. C; Hin
b-y, Johnnie; Hinckley. J. Ai Jewell
rt....it.t. U-.....1.. I. .... ...
W U',,11,,.,, V At. 1.. ..
ixrini, t. ..; i.nmli, E. F.; Lym
Chns. W.; Libby. ltobert ; Land, Tlioim
Meb-y.M. Oj .Murphy, J.; Morgan,.!.
.Mitdden, Hev.Jno.; .Myllav.J. 15.: MoK
.-ituuiiv, r.., .iittsori, o. ..; tiarsnhi
.5.; Mason, James , McCorgirick, Wti
Mental, Walter; Nickerson, S. E.; N
tela, Valentine; Oeecn. Hobt: Port
Arch.; Peoples, Charley : Ibmdson. M
Itipley, G. E.; Hichnrdson, G. L.; Hobcr
O. I..; Iteskle. Hobt.: Stewart. Clinrl
Seep, G.; Schlcrter, John; Situs, Franci
I urner, M. S.; Wyatt, Abo; AVado,
litis; AVebb, Fred.; WikkI, E. A
a j. nr.,. i, a i.u .uiis lver VIIO CI
11 . ..
council ebnmber. Enquire of Jacob
l-oii good photographs, porcelain p
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call
1 iiniiuia x n i.'j i nrninnrei.il n n . , . . i
J 1 .-v. v. ... M.iiuu. j
s n good workman. Givo him a trial.
.tf.T l L'..i.i..i. VV? ter rtM ..
T... 1. .. . l.. 1
..IVvl WSt.V.. MUlll 1IIVI Villi iiven
nnd Poplar street, has just received nnd
..... I nn .1 - .1 . rr.r. . ..
J-on .s,,u:. A (.rover it linker scwii
!.! I.. . t , 1 ... ....
A.... ...t.l.t a 1
make n good bargain by application at tl
Maihuaoe GfiDE. Interesting wer
numcrntM crifpnvlni-t. 5-J1 tn.i-ea ln
60 cents. .ddre.M Dr. Units' Disnonsar
No. 12 North Klghtli Street, St. Loui
r ' . . , .1 .1 . . . . . r
jiu. :eu avuvertiseini 111. 11
will buy a bottle of Mrs. Whitcornb
Syrup, tho great soothing remedy for 1,
iiiaeaaea iriruienr. in lriinnia nn i erniiirc
I!. . I I I . . . 1 ,,,
Oct. 1?, 1871. diwltv
S1.EEPINO ItoOMr- KOI! Hent. Tt
taV'fiii v n n 1 1 1 11 r iw , sr nn rii nir rnnm in 1 1 v .t
.. ti .tt i .1 t r'v
tional Hank building, Apply to
ED WA HD DI'.ZONIA,
At C-tv National Ilnnk
HI VEU NEWS.
Steamer .Mohawk, New Orlean-.
" Hurksville, EvaiisVille
" D.'.xter, St. Louis.
" .las. Fi,k, Jr., Padiicah
" A. linker, Capn Ginardcau.
' II. S. Turner, St Louis.
" Illinoi, Columliu.
Steamer Minnie, Memphis
' Hurksville, Evnnsvilie
' .las. Fisk, Jr.. l'aducah.
" Illinois Columbus.
" A. linker, Columbus.
One incli is nil th 1 river hns ri-en dur
ing the j.iiit 21 hours. Too rise in tho
river is out of tlio Tennessee, nnd will bo
-r.l . .1 .!.. 1. ,. .i .i .. ...
I. rising slowly. At Lottl'villo it is Ju't
ne reverse, with le.- than 2 feet nt the
head of tho cnniil. At St. Louis tho Mis
sissippi is falling slowly every hour. The
lepth of water remains about the same as
t lias been for tho last two weeks. Tho
Arkansas is falling as fast as it rose.
There were three steamers receiving for
New Orlerna yeslcrJay, bosides tho local
packets which gavo the leveo n busy look
during the d y.
Tlio nights arc so dark and tho river in
such a bid stago hat thero is hardly ever
in arrival after nightfall.
Tho light draught Hurksvillo came
lown with u good trip of pasengers nnd
'reight, and returned with n fair trip for
Tho Ddxter was very lucky getting out
in 18 hours. Since sho ha been laid up at
St. Louis alio has been overhauled from
item to stern, and is a complete a boat ns
Tho Fisk enmo down yesterday fore
noon sovoral hours behind time. The
river is so low that it is almost impossible
or her to run on timo nnd transnct nny
Tlio Adolphus linker camo down from
Cipo Glrurdonti with 440 bbl. flour for
N'ow Orleans nnd 000 bbl. limn for Colum
ns, and 031 empty barrols for tho city.
Wo went on board of her, and, to our as
.onishmcnt, wo found eight horses in hor
.-iibiti, and tlioy were not tied, cither. They
,vero wooden ones.
The H. S. Turner brought out a barge,
ml after her arrival hero hud more than
'nougli to load her to tho water. Sho
urned ovor 1,000 sacks of grain to tho
Tho Kylo nnd Morrill are still exchang
Tho pilots of tho Turner roported tho
towboat Mary Alico aground and stop,
ping tho channel nt Tower's Island und
some boat expocted to bu tlio Molllo Eburt
grounded at Dog Tooth Jmt us sho was
g'ttligoitof s glit. Four foettw 1 Indies
with the stick was all tho wntor that could
Tho Mohaulc will probably go back
Justus wo closn our report some boat
ha grounded on tlio point