THAI 15' MI'S GUIDE.
T MK TA1U.K or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11. 11,
On smi ittlrriintnj, s'"." "'I'. Hie follow -.it
np-MWe'll"T"n Uio nrrinl nml ilsrwt
if of twiDr trains nt Cnlroi
jsnsf-Msll trtn. dwily llilJi.m.
lispf'S", nmiif SM9 p.lll,
ArriM- diljr .... 8iMn.il.
i:irr..W4, exerfit !Hnd.r SMWp.tn.
N'iMiftn;eofur; IfnuiORlrn tn St, I.onlr. So
ehktijr .fi-srs f,rtit flrii t.i iT'inngo. Flrinl
Irle n'"'n .frvnm nam tin mlit Irwns
llitfiti'- lnolHNit.mil lntprliit mini.
IIKSIIV n:ilIA.-KlnlliMr. rl.
I'lrwlilrw Sdlilnilmi l'4 t. , nml ! r. st.
I'MKrineUitw, Wsslw-silny m "K ! '
ini'lii' Mi ml, .1 r. . J. M Lin.'lcn, Super.
inlriulmil. Kir. 0. 11. KontR, I'n.dr.
.MIril0l)JSr-r..r. Kwlith nml WnlniltHt".
rrrwblnjr, PnMiMli !$ k. v., nml 7 r. i.
I'rs-yr int-eHnja, H'hitay, "ij r. m.
i nl svhuisl a r x. I., V. StiUcll, Super-
nirmlrnt. Hot. K. L.TmiMi't'iN, l'alor.
t:iltRCII K T.IK ltUHKi:MEi:-(Hp.copi1)
Morning prnjcff, J?Uitli K'X; , m.
Kirning pratr') r. si.
iitbkth Nthnol, 0 ,m,
Ilcv. Mil Cms, Hector,
sr. IWTIUCKS U1UJH0H .or. .Ninth Si. and
Washington Atcnue. .
I'obllc Service, gnUlMifici-jBii.rin),' 4. m.
Vrfrii. Dr. Ni
fcnmlayfel.ool, 2 r. m.
it rt ice orery il.iy, 8r,N,
l!or. P..I.U'IItLLut, I'nrsl.
. KatAsstli School, t,i a. t., KiMialli.
I'iiwliln2,9ililtlilnj .. M mid TJ r. m.
Itov J. l'mcxri, I'nslor.
JIIvION felt.NDAY feCHuULln tlio. Christian
Cliurrti, Kiglitrenth Siteot Krlilj.tli i-onool 3
J. 11. Ill ei, huperltitomlrnt.
nlnr meetings i-coml Monday ench month at the.
I'rtiyr room of tho I'rof l tcrinn Church
Weekly l'rnjer ineetlnR, Friday, yt r, m., nt
tlm l'rnysr room of Ihe I'reshjterlnn church.
O. I'iiimis, I're.lenf.
Services, S.iliili, II a. .
.iindy Ndiool, y, ft .
I'reaehinKi " Uev. Win. .Inck.on, I'.iito
SKCOSIL l'l!i:F.-WIl,t.HAI'TlST-ririeenth St.
between Walnut awl Ceaar.
Services !tnl.l..tli, ' nn 1 1) r. m.
l!ev. N. I!irh, l'alor.
i:i:i:-wii,i, ii.utist home miiia m-n
H.tV .-I'll 001. Corner iin'nut nud re.l.ir J-tc.
biinda) Njliool, 9 a. .
I'lltoT FM'.E H'11,1. HAI'TIST CllUliC'Il-Cur-r)'
ftcrdtes, .-"nMuth II a. v.. :i r. i. and VA r. m.
Her. Wm. KciLri, l'ntor.
KJIliT JII.S-IO.VAUV HAITMT CIIUIICH-Het.
Hem Mtli and llth ftreet", nearOd.ir.
1'rciehinir.S.ibballi WA . nnnd v. w.
I'i'.iyer JlcellnR. Wedneday I'lenin.
I'renehintr, Friday ereninp.
Sibtwthh.diool, 1' j r. m. John Van H.txier and
.Mary Mepheni Miperintendent.
Ilcv. T J.Hinim-., Pislo
STATIC OFFJCKIW. '
Oovtrnor, John M. Palmer;
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty s
t-crf tary of Htale, E Iward Hummel i
Auditor of State, C. E. I.ipplncott ,
ttnte Treatmer, E. N. Hates ;
Sup!. Public Instruction, Newton li.itenian.
Senators -l.yman Trumbull and John A. Logan,
ltepresenlative fnt the tate at Large Vacancy.
Ilepreenlativu Thirteenth Putrlct John M
.MK.MIJE1SS (iKXKKAL AS.SKM1ILY.
Fnator, 1: District T. A. I.'. Jlnlcomb, ol
Union, and K. Oilon, of ual.'atin.
lipresentatie, lt District II. Waton Webb:
CO L'.VT rov V I C K US.
Jmlgf 1 1. J. Daher, of Aloxnnder
Prosecuting Attorney J. JltC.ntney, of
Circuit Clerk Jno. (. Ilarinan.
Hbn-A. II. Irtin.
Wm. Martin, Assessor ani Treasurer.
At'oc.'atej-J.'.E. HcCntonnd P. Jlorch'ldon.
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Oossman,
.MUNICIPAL 0 0 V EUN M E S T.
Mayor John M. Lsnsden.
Comptroller E. A. HumcM
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal ndrewr C.iiu.
Attorncy-V. II. Pope.
Police Migistrates-F. Ilro. and it. Shan,
Chief o! Police L. If, Myers,
Police ConMblo John Hlieth.iq, (ilav), and
Jos. H. Veirran and J. V. Sumner, (night.)
Major lolm M.Linidcn,
First Vari-P. 0. Selmh.
Scon I Ward C. It. Uoodtrartl.
Ttiird Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. .taat Tiylor.
City-at-Lvjo W. P. Halliday un 1 I), llunl.
tJOAUU OK AI.DKUMKN.
riH-Ji' WAUD-JamwUfiCiUn,. " '
KOJND WAltD-ll. H.!Cunninxhtn,
mutl'll WAllIl-larots Otrroll..
;j, 1L Mf tetflr.
Time of ttttiuy.
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1 iitvVeit. , i, .
ftssw ,t,.:,Vt va
itraj iiiesii, ,
TheSeloet Council raert.ua the, rt Wedne.
day suit Thursday, alter the second Monday in
. wli iiionth.
ImAUU 0I Atbl ur.s.
tho Hoard of Aldermen inttt, t-n the lit
M.m.l'.y andTue.dsy in eviry month.
OOMMiTTKKS OK THE COIIKCII..
..-.-,,.. lufw, Mnrt winter,
U .... I st.....ir
jl.!, t-..e t,a llalUUu)'. ,
Cii.i-Mfr. Wood, Cunningbaiii and Klcb.
"" ,B,, '1'-5 " Carroll, Udder ' nnd
o. disanrw-McMrs. Sease, w.Uer and Taylor.
II'lb'yr'S't'''M''t," lt-"'H''.fia)no m,
Toe Illinois Central Ka) ltna.1 I '.run ..nu .
niter fur sale tho folio nig derribcd io.s lull ir.
Addllloiitotho Cltyof Oiio, iti '
Lot '.'7 block 'J), L'.t 21 bUjcU W,
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6 " ti, ' W " M
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irms.ete. apply to JAM KH JOHN o
iiuuui! ioicu un (iiu ursi oi t in iiii.i.ib xi if. n,i i .. ,
- ' - - . , u uioinii. Mr. , wns left. ThU i tho third or fourth ili.m
OOOKH, jianip ilets, brief, catalogues, news I "OHiies Has intlUu It good and faithful 01U- the extiross train on tbU rn,l , . t
D papers, unlsts, and eery srietyo ejten. ,.(.r ,,ml i,u ..1.. ...ni i.n i.. i . . ' oxpreM train on tills rontl bus been
U pmllng owtrwtod for ind i ProVtly and ctr' "nd 1is l)lflc w111 bo " to 1111 rohbed within us many months,
peodl y executed In tho llu) elln boos, Job, ' Tho luillm' luin,rnl.i,i i ,.
nd newspaper tnaUIng Kablfhwcut. ; ' io luille benevolent society held u I A Mr. Townsond, foreman ol a gang
U mil thn ElflDltig 1'nnl M follows:
One tenr ?
.lnde I ! J
Knit I opii'i
Hin,le v ip onej nar
Five Copifi " "
Tell t'opie " "
Or o ulll eiid tliq lollnwlnit psrlndical to
Mtlwnlwrn, In connection Mlth tlio Krrntng ll,
ti I nc pricot tinmiMi :
Harper's Weekly. SI W
Harpi r'a llninr i '. 4 ft
llntper'i. .Mastilnc 1 W
Every Stmy W
Atlaniie Muntlil)- 1 I"
Our Vounu Kolk a tl
t-VribnerV Jlontlily 1 t
The lialax) I U
The Agru iiliiirl-i :l '0
Hearth smt Hume -'I ".!
Chrlttinn Hulon i '
To i nch MiMcr bcr to the l'.rtnwg l)(nnd Chnt'
Imn Unionlorone year will le cut two cxqiilnllo
French Oil Chro7io, entllleil "wine awko' nnu
Fitft Asleep," whicli nro worth nl rclnll Jlufor
I lie oalr.
TltY it! THY it!!
For2j cents o Mill send tho Weekly Ironing
I'ot fioni now until. lanttnry 1, or for Mcents o
will cnd tho semi Weekly I'ost during tho sanio
Specimen numbers of tho Kvening Tost sent
AildrcM WM C. llll YAM , A (
I lier-bvlren that t'efaiilt linvln? been made
for more) lbn "-ly dots in tho pminent of
iiortion of (ho amount sootired to bo paid by n
eerlDin innrlgfiiio cseruted by Ernst Wcbcr to
niiiui I -inni Tiiyinrand IMwin l'arson, trustees
of rthe Cairo City properly, dated JIarcli I'Jth,
IMlfl, iicnrdedi.i tho lteorder's olllce, in nud lor
Alviitiicler eolintv. in the Htato (f llllcols. in
lmokT. ofdeeils. Iiace 1M. Ac . We tho Under
mutied. Kind IrtlMcc. Ulll on faturdnv. the ttl.
day of November next, A. I). 1871, nt lOo'clock In
Iho iorenoon of that day, under nnd bj virtue of
tliotinuer of sale, contained In sn'il mortitace. sell:
nt public miction, to the highest bidder, forcah,
at (ho office biiilillng of said trutee, eorner
of WiiHhlnglon nreiuic and lftli street, la tho
eltynf Cal.o, In Alexander county and Stato oi
Illinois, ioi niiiiioereii uuiiuiiy,! rt oiuliw i tone,)
l f'..l.l A.l.lilln. In l.n ..I... nf 1'il.n
ill till' .nnu niiiiivb m iiiui.ii; ui ..i. i.', ii-
Ing to tlio recorded plat thereol, with the npur.
Icnances to satlify tho purposes nnd condlliont
I saui inorigase.
Daicd Cairo, Ills., October &,lf71.
H. .KT VATrf TA YI.OII,
Trustees of tho Cairo City Property.
NliW HAllDKll SHOP,
(Seorce. tlio barber lfttelv ith Theoliald nnd
Eschb'ch. ha onened n Ni: Haiiiivii Sitof. on
Cominercial avenue, between 1' nd Itlti streets,
for tho accommodation ol ladies nnd genlleneii
ot the upper part of the city. Ho Invites all his
old nnd new Iriends to Milt his shop, and n
Hircs them politoatlentioiimid iine(iinlled work,
either in hair curling, cutting, shiivinB or sham
GREAT WATKU KOUTK.
Tho New Orleans Elevator nil right. Storage
cents tier buhid for 'JO itavj. No commission
for shipping. Plenty of snips for 1 IutpooI nt
tin nuneioi miiiouiiiis ; Kir .wv loruor notion
New Orlcan", Octobjrll', 1871.
ocl'dlw. I,. J. Hir.HK. Presl.
Three fine I ugo bay horses, well adapted for
heavy work, Will bo sold nt private sale. For
lurlhcr information awdy to
Hl'rfF, I.OOMIS.V CO.,
At thelco house, corner ot Kigtli street and
Ohio levee. oel7dlw.
Iillillsll(l ovrr.v iiioriilli;,-, .Uoilllio "'V'
UJvNKIlAIi LOCAL ITK.MS.
Tlio street croMlngMtro in it Imil con
dition. Advertise In Tim: IH'i.i.irriN if you
wish to j;row rich.
Chief of I'olieo Jlyets returned to St.
Louis on Sunday ttftoriioon,
City treasurer Tuylor returned front
St. Louis on Sunday uinruint;.
"Wo lienr that -Mr. S. 1. Hay contem
plates removing to Tosas.
Hon. II, YVitUun W'ehb returned frnm
Hprlnfjtlfdd mi Sunday morning.
A ono handed Imby is reported ti
linva licon horn in tlsU city Inst wool;.
Silverier;; understands how to do
b good job of bonk binding. Try him.
Hog ietn under the sidewalks should
bo ubiWJ. NVImt my tho city council '.'
, Davis, of tiio Sun, is 1,'oiug to Chicago.
W hnt will Chiwago'a next cnlnmity bo ?
ThoOhio liver roe eleven luetics from
Saturday to .Monday ovenlng nt 0 o'clock.
Tltoio p'rench Clierrlej, in syru), to
popular Vfith connolicuri tiro eald by .lor
Tho ".Inmos Iluwtird," lim biggest
tetttnboat on tho vcturn vatnr.s was nt
our landing yqsterdtty.
Some ol tho old folks of tho Fourth
ward art agitating ih quoulon of an
""Ul ",lk6' nuuin
AYhoarotho thlevoi that nrrlvml in thn
city yesterday after thi, Umt'? Oivu thorn
twonly.fintr hours to ''git out In."
I'olimiiwi Chnrliti Mahnur is sullur
Dg from n ytjry oro eye. I In oipects to bo
nhle to be on duty in u few days.
We nro infnrmod tliat the liev. C. II
l'ootc, pastor of tho Proibvtorian chuteh
fil'll.l. nt... , . .
- ... vi, mia uttupieu n cull to at.l.OUIl.
An tip-town baker nud ono of ids
employee, hud high old word on tlio
Etreet yesterday. A briek was raised, nnd
dropped without Icing used.
. Hilly Martin, the democratic candi
date for county treasurer is very popular
with the country pooplo of the county.
ills election is n suro thing,
l'or coinfoi tablu nud elieup boarding,
, apply nt the old Court House hotel, cor-
I nor Twentieth Ureet and Washington
-Rev. VriH, K Thollliun u,ft )Hsl
I venl.,K for Metropolis to attend the Mas.
; e county lair. He win 111! lib, pulpit as
Mul on licit Sabbath.
de7(5o,r(!nJUree"H'",, fur '"I'wfd I)un.
J.co o ange unu, lll0 t.(jlL.ljrilU,a
u'' "-'O''d vinegar, In quurts mid
;e Ounocso llgs. '
Ollicer John Holmes win ..i
... . . ,i ,i . , ""nnu
THE CAIRO DAILY
focinblu nt tho rcsldcnco of Mm. Arthur
Hoyle, on Walnut, between Ninth and
Tenth stieots lrtt evening. There was n
AS'o sec by tlio Xow York reports that
tho nclt lncrcao ofitistirnncc In tho Life
Association during the yenr 1870 oxeceded
the not inercnio of nny other Company in
tho world, by over $0,000,000
Tho lady ninnngcrs of tho orphan
mwyluiu nro requested to meet nt tho resi
dence of -Mrs. D. llunl, on Seventh street
on Thursday ovcnir.g, next, nt seven
o clock. A lull attendance- Is requested
Tho county court of AVhlto county
lifts extended t'no timo for tho completion
of the Cairo nnd Vlnccnnes railroad until
duly 1873, Tho extension is conditional
the condition being that tho compnny shall
pay nil its debts within ninety days.
If we were not In favor of law and
order, under every clrcumstanco nnd on
all occasions, wo should suggest that n
"strong ropo and n short shrift" could bo
used to good ndvnntaga on somo of tho
t ievo. now in the city.
If you nro sutlcring front chills, fever
or nny form of malarial fever, do not
wto timo nnd money by trying medicines
which will stop It only for n short time
hut use Dr. Itattlngers Liver Drop", which
euro at once nnd ponnnncntly.
Tho City Boot nnd Shoo Store, tho
most popular place in tho city, is rccoiving
n full stock of boots nnd shoes from the
fumed factory of Urolaskl .V Co., in St.
Loul. Tlio stock Is complete and stylish,
nnd smbrnces the most varied assortment
over brought into tho city.
Wo havo heard of "solid dove,"
"fallen angel;, " nnd nil them sort of
thing, but tho worst "solid doves "wo
havo ever seen win the pair arrested on
Sunday. They were drunk as lords, nnd
made moro noiso than n hundred conttn
clie Indinnson the war path could.
Tho Delta Social Club propose u bait
on the night of tho second Tuesday of No
vember, for tho especial benefit of tho
members. TIicjo bulls or rather dancing
parties will be given monthly through
tho winter, and will bo no doubt, very
"Where tiro you going? To tho plnco
number 0!!, Ohio levee, whoro they keep
tho best fresh oysters, llsh and game, and
the illicit wines, liquors and cigars to bo
found in tho city. Open nt nil hours, day
or night. J. E. Paiiks.
Tlio Under Hro. havo received a fine
stock largo and embracing all the modern
styles of watches, watch-chains, rings
sets of jewelry, etc. Tho watches and sets
nre "things of beauty,'' and not n lady in
tho city bhould lose tho opportunity to
look nt least, and if possible to buy one.
Tlio county court litis mndo u contract
with .Mr. Ctrl Thomas of this city to fur
nih finger-board to be put up nt tho dif
ferent cros'-roads of the county. Mr.
Thomas furnishes the board, lettered and
rendy to bo put up, for which he is to be
paid forty-five cents n piece.
A new bell has been purchased for
tho Church of tho ltedccmetin thi city.
Tlio old one by somo mishap became
cracked and its sound was seriously impair
ed. Tlie now bell will arrive shortly from
Pittsburg, where it was manufactured, and
the old one will bo shipped hack to that
The funeral of tho Into Henry HarrN
on Sunday last, was un imposing occasion.
All tho firo companies turned out in force
and nccompanicd tho remains from tho
re-idencc to the cars At twelves
o'clock tho train bearing tin; funeral cor
tage, left for Villa Jtidgo where the re
mains were buried.
The contract l'or n now bridge at the
"orchard," on tho Sunta Fo und Thebes
road, wni not given out by tho county
court tho bids all being considered too
high. The county court feel confident that
thoy can get tho work done for from thrco
to flvo hundred dollnrs cheaper than tho
lowest bid they havo yet received.
The city council should declaro tho
house on tho northeast corner of Thirteenth
street nud Washington nvenuo ti nuisance
nml abate it. It has for n number of
yours been tho haunt of tho lowest and
most lobneil bawds. There is hardly a
night but this place is tho tsceuo of rovolry
und drunkenness. It is it disgrace to that
portion of tho city in which it stands.
The county court, yesterday, entered
into contract with Jack Hodges for ro-lo-eating
that portion of tho county road bo
twoon the Dickey farm nnd the Potts
rood. Tho oi l rond has completely disap
peared, having been washed into tho Mis
sissippi river. Mr. Hodges will receive
SHU.7& for tho performance of the work
to bo done.
Tuber Brothers, having oblnined for
their wateh department somo of tho very
beit workmen to be found, are now pre
pared to turn out work In that lino with
but little delay. Thosu having lino nnd
ditlleult work requiring the must skillful
workmen may now bo assured of obtaining
satisfaction. Tlio finest patterns of jew
elry, its' usual, aro made to order at prices
that defy competition. oct20tf.
Ono. week from Tuesdnyls the day
set for tlio drawing of Mr. P. Itioly's
gift enterprise. However, there remains
unsold it small number of tickets, nnd
hould Mr. 11. bo unnblo to dispose of
thorn by that time, it will bn necessary to
postpone tlio drawing for n fowdays. .Mr.
ltlely expects lobe able to sellovory ticket
by the first of tho mouth nud should his
expectations, bo realized, a postponement
will not be made.
Tho expies3 train on the Mobilu and
Ohio railroad was robbed; again on last
Saturday at noon. The trnln stopped at
t'niou City for dinner. Whllo tho con
ductor, engineer, fireman and brnkeinen
were eating, 11 vu or six men jumped
on to tho enginu und run tho
t'alii back a dlstanca of a half mlle-
tllu m,m c,mrK of tllc oxpresn car was
bound hand and foot, and tho cur robbed.
. V. . vu ",ml" K"0(l t,1('lr cmM,u wfo
i uio uiucen
iirrivun nt me ti aeo t 10 trnln
BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1871.
of men who nro employed In chopping logs
nenr Ullln, for tho East St. Louis lumhor
company, was attacked by ono of tlio men
a fow dnya ngo whllo among thorn giving
directions concerning tho work. Mr. Town
send wnrned.tho nttacklng party n man
by tho nnmo of Marlon to keep oil', toll
ing ho did not want toquarrol with him.
Marlon followed tip, howovor, until nftor
backing n dlstnnco of twcnly-ilvoor thirty
yards, Mr. Townsond drew his rovolvor
nnd fired. The shot took effect In Mar
ion's neck, und ho died In forty-eight hours.
Mr. Townsond had not up to last Satur
day evening been arrested. Tho pooplo
of Ullln nnd tho neighborhood whero tho
homlcido occurred are unanimous in justi
fying Mr. Townsond for the part he look In
the terrible tragedy.
Peter Sttup has opened a bran now oys
tcr saloon, 102 Commercial nvonue, where
ho will keep on hnnd constantly fresh
oysters, the largest and most dolictous In
the city,whlch ho will sell tho by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with tho express view of supplying
gentlemen and Indies with a plnco whero
they may enjoy n meal of these toothsomo
blvnlves quietly, without bolng disturbed
by tho bustle nnd noises incidental to tho
commonplnco restaurant oyster room.
The comor-stono of St. Joseph's Cath
olic church was laid on Sunday with ap
propriate ceroraonlcs. Owing to tho in
clemency of tho wcnlhcr, howover, the oc
casion was robbed of much of its beauty
and Interest. Fathor Tholnn, who deliv
ered the oration In tho English language,
wns compelled to close his remarks after
speaking for a few minute. Howover,
that portion of tho Father a oration that
was delivered was good, and there wns a
gcnoral expression of regret when ho wns
compelled to bring his remarks to a close.
Father llofThor, who was to address the
German', spoke only n moment. His re
marks aro said by thee who heard them
and aro judges, to have been well timed
nnd appropriate to tho occasion.
The Chicago Beer Saloon, AVm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Eighth
stteet, Is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of Veiss lleer, Liquors or every
description, nnd aU kinds of foreign and
homo "Wines. No ordinary liquors aro
dispensed at tho bar of tho saloon only
the very best, nnd guests find in nttend-
unco polite nnd accomodating waiters. A
frco lunch is spread every day nt 10
o'clock a.m. nunl'tf.
Officers Sheehan nnd Holmes nrrested
two men on Sunday afternoon who wore
endeavoring to dispose of a check for
$200. They urrived In this city by the
steamer Columbia, and endeavored to ne
gotiate n check for thoubove turn for their
passage. On nrrivlng in this city tnoy
went to tho St. Charles hotel nnd got sup
per, oll'ering the same bogus chock in pay
ment. On the person of one of them was
found an express order for the sum of $1,
500, ulso counterfeit. Thoy wero well
provided with bogun documents of every
description. Shortly after their nrre-t
chief Myers telegraphed to tho officers
having them under arrest to hold them
until ho arrived, as tho check was drawn
on a bank in St. Louis and was n fraud.
They nro now in tho county jail awaiting
the nrrivnl of chief Myers.
1). Lamport has removed his shop
from Ohio Levee to Eigth, between Com
mercial and Lovee, nnd ho now invites
his friend to one of tho best fitted shops
in tho city. Everything is kept in tho
neatest and best manner possible ; snow
white towels, bright, keen razors, pure
water, fragrant sonjis, clear oils and line
perfumery. Smooth sliavcs, thorough
shampoos, fashionable hair-cutting, hair
curling or dressing for gentlemen, ladles
or children, and polito nttantion is always
in readiness for thoso who favor him with
their patronage. octOdlin.
The fallowing persons wero at tho St.
Charles hotel yesterday: "W. II. IlutU,
wifo and servant, Memphis ; Mrs. Alexan
der, Paducah ; Mrs. Marshall, Paducah ;
Mrs. Taylor, Chicago; Lucien Eaton, St.
Louis; T. li. Vallotte, Horso Shoo;
I. A. Kookon, Macon, Miss.; It. C. Thatch
er, Columbus, Jvy.; rreu. It. .Houston,
Evnnsvlllo; Perry O. Oriflln, Columbus;
Mrs.T. I. Cooley und two children, Miss
M. Cooley nnd 1. M. Cooley, New Orleans ;
Dnn. Hog an. Mound City ; J. S. Hamil
ton, Mound City; E. II. Fallis, city ; E.
M. Dudley, Syracuse, N.Y.; J. N. Stuart,
Alton; G. II. Page nnd wife, Centralis;
It. "W. Dugiin, Htoamer Eekert; S. M.
Knowlo9, St. Louis ; F. A. Vallotte, St.
Louis; Win. M. Uarkley, Now Orleans;
Cnpt. 17. Dowroy, St. Louis: E. S. Hub
bard, Glongary, III.; W. N. Parks, St.
Louis; L. Italian), Mass.; Miss Hall,
Conn.; L. T. Moore, Cenlrnlin; S. H.
Sawyer, Nashville, Ills,; Mrs. Annie,
ltawlins, Carbondiilo ; S. P. Cope, Padu
cah; Mrs. "W. AV. Cops, San Francisco.
Two of tho three men who beat tlio
old man out of his money on a trnln of cars
in this city u week ago to-dny, traveled
from Cuiro to Caledonia on foot, reaching
thero In timo to catch tho steamer FIsk on
her way to Paducah. Hon. D. AV. Munii
woj on tho boat on his way to Metropolis
to nttend court, nnd having hoard n full
description "f tho men beforo leaving homo,
dropped on thorn us soon ns thoy como
aboard. Ho communicated tho facts in
tho euro to tho captain and officers of tho
bont. Of course it was not lontr until
ovtirybody on board had heard of it, and
till eyes were upon tho two thieves. Tliov
saw thoy had been "spotted," una onu of
thorn made up his mind to escupo If possi
ble, lie wont to tlio rear of tlio boat and
thero stripped oft" his hat, coat, vest nnd
boots and thou lenpod into tho rivor.
liut ho nuvor got out, for in n few min
utCH ho sunk out of eight and never como
up ngain. Tho other thief staid on tho
boat, nnd on iter arrival at Paducah was
arrested. Marshal Cain was telegruphod to
that his trial was set for two o'clock Sat
urday aftornoon, nnd to havo tho witness
es lit tlio caso there nt that time. But us
thoro was no way for tho mnrshnl to got to
Paducah at that time, wo suppose his thlof
ship como clonr, und Is now hoyond tho
reach of the officers.
Adamb' dry corned fish, a most delicious
urtlclo, In abundttiico at Jorgoiuon'a gro
cery alow. tf.
MEETING OF THE DEMOCRATIC
JUDGE 1JOWMAN, OF SHAWNEE.
TOWN, FOll SENATOR.
At tho democratic senatorial conven
tion, composed of dolegntos from tho first
senatorial district, hold nt Metropolis, on
tho 21st day of Oetobor, 1871, J. Q. Har
mon, of Alexander, was choen tcmpornry
president, und T. F. IJouton, of Union,
On motion, tho following committee on
credentials wns appointed :
OIirs. Carroll, ot Gallatin ; H. P. Crnlg,
of Pulaski ; John II. Obcrly, of Alexander.
F. Pickett, of Saline ; AV. P. Sloan, of
Popo, and AVm. McHnle. of Atoxnndcr,
were appointed a committee on nnrmnnnnt
Tho commlttco on credentials mado the
following report, which wns adopted ;
Your commlttco on credentials bet:
leave to rctiort that thn fnlUwin.. .......J?
gentlemen have been appointed delegates
f una itUilvUiifclUU i
Alexnndor John (J. Harman, AVm.
McHa o. Jno. II. Ohnrlv. V. AV rri,.
ton and John Howley.
ruinsKi uoo. W. Carter, M. A. Huchcs,
.P.t';jai.dE.lJ.AVatkinf. b '
ounne-ii. u. .aton, L. II. Adutns, AV.
II. Punkoy, Chas. McNew, Jacob 11.
Church and F. M. Pickett. Alternates:
it H WsiM f ' A a. tt I. T r t ....
J. JJInckman. S. I), rnrnnnlinn nrwl Ystl.
Pope-Phillip D. Flold, M.Clark, AV.
P.Sloon and John lllanchard.
Gallatin Ohnrles (?nirnll .T 1? T .ruimt.
........j vl .1, iiwmir.
J. 11. Pate, Lowcry Hinch, AV. S. Ulan-
cnaru, i.o. i ate, Isaac amith, 11. I). Pierce,
Jas. Pruitt and Jno.T. AValtors.
Johnson Ed. Karris, Joel Johnson and
Jno. J. Keith.
Union T. F. llottton, S. S. Condon,
Mor.ti Stokes, Jno. J. Keith, It. S. Rey
nolds, John M. Hilcmnn, Henry Frlck,
John F. Brown and Jamet Mt rrav.
Mnssne Inlin II Tnebnr V II V
Smith, Geo. AV. Brown, John AV. Thrift
and Harmun AVnrnckc.
The committee on permanent organiza
tion reported for officers of the conven
tionJohn Q. Harman, of Alexnndor,
piesident, nnd T. F. Bouton, of Union, sec
rotary, which was adopted.
The president announced that nomina
tions fcr candidnto for scnutor wero in
Charles Carroll, of Gallatin, nominated
Judge AV. G. Bowmnn. J. H. Obcrly
nominated J. 1J. Turner. Judgo McBauo
being nominated came forward and de
clined to be n candidate.
Judgo AV. G. Bowmnn, ot Gallatin, re.
ceiving a majority of nil tho votes cast on
the first ballot, was on motion of Mr.
Oberly, declared unanimously nominated
democratic candidate for state senator.
On motion, tho democratic papers of
this (1st) senatorial district wero requested
to publish tho proceedings of the conven
tion. On motion, the convention adjourned.
J. Q. Hahma.v, President.
T. F. Bouton, Secretary.
8T0CKKI.KTII I.V1IISNKW KSTAltl.ISUltE.VT
TUB LAKOKST hTOCK OK WINKS, L1Q
, COBS, ETC., IN KOYIT.
In The Bulletin of Friday morrung
wo mentioned tho fact that Mr. F. M.
Stockflcth, had moved into his new nnd
commodeous storo room, but now wo have
something more to sny on tho subject,
For the lust two yenis Mr. Stockflcth hns
been convinced that he would be
compelled, in consequence of his con
stantly increasing business, to se:uro
other nnd more spacious quar
ters. Accordingly when it was an
nounced that a number of now buildings
were to be erected on tho levee, he sought
nnd obtained nn arrangement by which ho
could secure n store-room nnd warehouse
suited to his immense traffic.
Tho building occupied by Mr. Stock fleth
NO. C2, OHIO LKVEE,
it ono of tho handsomest nnd most conven
iently nrranged in tho city. Ho occupies
almost tho cntiro building in storing his
largo stock of goods. But, enough con
cerning the now storo let us say some
thing of his goods.
It is a fact well-knownto every one who
has had occasion to buy liquors of this
house, that in point of prices asked, nnd
tho quality of liquors sold, it has novcr had
n succcssfulj-ivul. Mr. S.h a good judge
of liquors, and consequently always hus
on hand u full supply of tho host in the
market. Scotch, Irish, Bourbon, nnd
every other brand nro to bo found lngro in
lmmensequanitltics ;and of wines, every
brand worth hnving, is kept in largo sup
ply. In fnct, Mr. Stockflcthjkeeps a liquor
store in tho truo senso of tho word, no
does nn exclusively wholesale business, and
buyors will.flnd it to their udvnntago to
call and sen him nnd nscertaln his prices
Agency ron Howe's Skwino Machine
tohSai.e. To parties wishing to enter into
a good paying business, with n small capi
tal, I will sail tho ogoncy of tho Howo
sowing mnchlno. It is a standard ma.
chlno, and all tho uachincs I havo sold
givo cntiro satisfaction. Tho roason for
selling is, iny other business will not allow
mo to givo it ull tho attention It needs.
Persons wishing to pttrchaso will apply to
tho Howo inaehino sales room or at my
auction room, 185 Commercial nvenuo.
oct23-lw I). Hahtman.
Aurksted. A woll-known cltizon. of
this city was n day, or two Bince,boforo ono
of our city magistrates for being drunk
and disorderly. He wns fined tho usual
amount ?9 CO. Aftor tho trial was ovor
ho might havo beon hoard soliloquizing
thusly : " Now, this is tho second timo I
havo been up beforo a mo;istrato for the
amo ofl'enso. I might havo known it
If I had gono to Albn's lit tho first place
and got one of thoso smooth, clean, deli
clous sbnvcs that Alba Is known to givo
to ovory ono who patronlzos him, this
would not havo happoned." Thoroforo,
reader, tuko warning nnd ulways go to
Alba'a harbor shop, Commercial nvenuo,
between Seventh nud Eighth streets, tf
Johuenso.h has jukt received a largo sup
pi ii of Portland bluo berries. Try tUcm. tf
lllcfore B.Bhannesiy, I'.MJ
Tho oldsqulro had his hands full yester
day six offenders being brought before
him for judgmonl. But thero wns only
one, out of tho wholo posse, who could
rnlsotho necessary "clrculntum" to liq
uidate his little account with tho city.
AVm. II. McGeo had Indulged in n llt
llo drunk a quiet, ordorly, peaceable
drunk for which tho squlro thought ono
dollar and tho trimmings would bo suffi
cient. William, howover, could not find
that amount about his clothes, and In lieu
thereof was sent to tho calaboose for tho
space of five days.
Molllo Hunter nnd "Sis" Jones, two as
blasphemous and foul-mouthed bawds as
cvor disgraced tho city by their presence,
wero arrested on Sunday by offlcor Shchan,
tnd taken boforo his honor for a hearing.
They wero ordered to tho calaboose for
twenty-four days, but, upon n promise
that thoy would lenvo tho city In twenty
four hours, thoy were allowed to depart.
If thoy aro found within tho limits of tho
corporation after that time, they will ho
calaboosod for the timo above stated,
Pat Malory, "a daccnl going man' was
arrested on a charge of fighting. Pat had
no money nnd was sent up for ten days.
John Bunco, got drunk nnd was gob
bled by tho police Ho likewiso will rus
ticate In tho city jail for flvo days.
Dan Bream, on a chargo of fighting, was
fined flvo nnd tho costs. Ho paid llko a
man nnd went on his way rejoicing.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SA LE-
THE TWENTY-SIXTH OK DECF.MIIKK VIXKD
AS THE BAY ON WHICH THBDKAWINU
will come orr.
Determined to dispose of all the tickets
in his lottery sale,Mr. F. Vincent hot con
cluded to postpone the drawing until the
2Cth of December. 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
Tower nnd other neighboring towns ho
disposed of nearly one thousand tickets,
nnd the demand Is rapidly Increasing, the
drawing will not lull to come off on the
Thoro nro six prizes, the principal
prize, ns is well-known, being a splendid
residenco, that was erected at a cost of J10,
000. Tho remaining five prizes aro ni
Lot 34, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $o00.
Lot 32, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 30, block , 3d addition tho city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 83, block 1,3d addition to tho city of
Cairo, -jalucd At ?300.
Lot 17, block 40, in tho city of Cairo
Illinois, valued at $300. octedtf
AVe havo just received n largi stock
of heating stoves for either coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, hulls pnr
lors or dinlnt: room. II V will duplicale
any Cincinnati, Ecanwllr or .S7. J.ouii
retail price list for either cooking or heat
imj fiotei. Orders by mail will receive
our prompt nltentlon.
Bkeuwaut, Outh i: Co.,
No. 130 Commercial avenue.
CHAMIjER OK COMMERCE
FOR SALE I !
At public auction, on tho 20th of Octo
ber, nt No. "io Ohio lovee, all tho furniture,
books, paper, etc., apertalning thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent.
Dan. llAfiTMAN, Auctioneer.
The family grocery storo of Bixby Jc
Koehlor Is being patronized largely by peo
ple who like flno croceries. Their location
on tho north sldo of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial nnd AVnshington av
enues, is a central one, nnd their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this new candidutu for public patron
ago meets exactly tho wants of the peo
ple. Messrs. Koehlor & Bixby propoho to
keep up their reputation by always selling
tho best of all sorts of groceries to their
patrons nnd tho public, knowing that peo
plo generally nro awaro of Uio fact that
rwally good articles of any kind nro al
ways tho cheapest in tho end. tf
Reliadle and Sake. Dr. Henry Root
and Plant Pills are mild and pleasant in
thoiropcration, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or gripiny. Being entirely
vegetable, they can bo tnken without re
gard to diet or businses. They arouso tho
liver and sccrctivo organs into healthy
action, throwing off disease without ex
hausting or dobiliUting tho system. Try
them nnd you will bo ratislled. Prico 25
conts a box. Sold by druggists and deal
ers in medicine everywhere. Prepared by
tho Grafton Jledlclno company, St. Louis,
The Sample Room. Mr. P. Fltzgor-
uld's snmplo room, at tho corner of Four
teenth street and Commercial avenue, is
supplied with ns fine u stock of wines
Scotch nnd Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
wns over offered for sale in this city. Mr,
F. is doing a wliolosnlo businoss, und bo
ing thoroughly acquainted with tho bus!
ncss in which he has embarked, feels con
fident of his ability to sell his goods as
cheap, if not cheaper, than any othor es
tablishment in the city. Ho solicits a
shnro of tho public patronage. octl8tf.
Bought Out Mr. U. F. Miller, tho en-
torprising Commercial nvenuo tobacconist,
hn purchased tho establishment of the
sanio kind on Eighth street, between
AVnshington and Commercial avenues,
whero ho Intonds kooping tho finest brands
of clears and tobacco. Mr. Mlllor will
k!fin constantly on hnnd a full stock of
ignrs of his own manufacture, which ho
will guarfantce to bo of tho best. Also a
full stock of pipes, cigar-holdors, casos, etc.
Fresh OYsTEits. I am now receiving
dully, tho'colobratcd 0. S.Maltby's H. and
M. brand of fresh oysters, which are uurl
vn lied, and for salo by tho can or caso on
th o most reasonable torms, try them, al
wnya warranted cood nnd fresh.
tf AVm. AViktkb.
U'aul G. SchuU soils KftttlDgor'B raedU
gor nt Jorgenscn'o.
T.TTTfV t,,A1. i.a. 1
"mi;, siuin iiiiiiinnuu
glnsf, nt JorgonsonV.
Tut tho Amorican club fifth, put
oil, to bo fuuml nt Jorgonson'.
riin ni-.t i r ii ii niiJiiin i:vit ti
1) .. LM.. .... t
M . . .. t. t . - i
" , .
r me irnnii Ttiini nirrHiiim. ixircniB
tures, or old pictures to be copied,
D j o i i i
sa b L'unu will ii ill nil . a v si iimi m in
huadred weekly boardors. FWi
each day, price 0 per week.
For Sale. a cottage on 12th
iv in t nirtirtrs -j
hottsos complotc. Apply to
.1 I'flT 1 . w Hf Hrt
Tenth street between Commercial
nnd Poplar street, has just received
tnrn 1 IMin .inn.. .. .1 i nm i.
ion Sale. A Grovcr& Baker
iihviiiiiv, iiuiia-L (iriipr .nn nil
used. Anv nn. wt.l.tn..
make a good bargain by application
Maiuuaok Guide. Interesting
numerous engravings, 224 panes.
60 cents. Address Dr. ButU' Dlp
ro. 12 JNorth Eighth Street, St.
Mo. See Advertisement.
1 nlSTT.nvK CENTS. Thi
n.111 I - I -i.l- -r . ii.i i.
Syrup, tho great toothing remedy
.. ....... ...vimviiv muuimi auu til
..i la IotI i
" - --i -w urn
Sf.KKPIVn ItAnUH vnu Itw
w it 1 1 iriiLiiMLiii iisisiiinn TAnmi s r
.Htt..A.1 -I '.. .
. ..vvj.iujij iwvuii i VI
tionnl Dank building. Apply to
At nu,t V.i!Hl ti
Steamer Mary Alice, St. Louis.
" Molllo Ebort, "
" Alice, "
" M. J. AVicks.
Emille La Barge. A'icksbu
a. iiKr, uoiumbui.
" Columbia, Hemphls.
" Lady Lee, St. Louli.
" Mollle Moore, "
" James Howard, "
" Belle St. Louis, Metuphii.
" Alice, Memphis.
11 S. S. .Merrill, St. Louli.
" Dexter, New Orleans.
.. i. in. w tf
Slimmer Mallie Ragon, Evansville.
" (JIarksville, bt. louis.
" Edyville, Evatuville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" .lames Fiik Jr., Columbus.
Espcranzu, St. Louis.
Steamer Lady Lee, New Orleans.
" Clarkiville, Vicksburg.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" John Kvle, New Orleans.
" James i'iik Jr Paducah,
Y" t .1 . i i t i il. riui
U Ii ai low as over. The rise here
.1 1 1
will lnt no one knows. Tbe rirer
Louis Is etill fulling; however! the
nel remains about tho same depth.
"in. i nrn kbiii if ii ijiiaiiL'-t. lij k uuie
S WO g tnsils uuitU s vs v
them often a lis foot channol could
during low water seasons.
IlllMl IIIH IJI1 L11U IHllUllllT. L11U
V I E
Vt 11, UU BCCU .UIIIIHI UVHll i.
Louis the shake nnd came out here
to load for points below.
'inn Marv a nn rirnn iiiir wii.ii ir
cd barges, alio has tlio wnariDoai
rnpiiinr u Im nnnot In I lift M U Itinn
. w . ... - j D "
. s r i
lev transportation company, ii nai
purchased for Columbus, Ky.
II.... 41,n nr. n mlnuf f 111 flYV ft
aground nnd was detained ono hour,
did not take any freight here other
tnat brougut out oy inu o
lliu ivn " 1'" -
Willi II lUUIIIIg . j ,
ceived a larco addition here,
ou jjiunt ii.i .v--."-
leans with n big load for the stage o
XUO -lL.il. T ICStD "
1 1 ,ti r.j,inhil. Hho lata
tllu IHIIKD nw" ..v.m
UVUruis; Ulguv auu. v - 1
to take hor chances among tho many
The Mary E. Forsyth came down
Off WiTlCUilO. JJ " w '
.1 f An lw.1,. nf nnttin nn A Wl
in Mnnrifi i:trr wnnrnauo win uu kit
genoral repairing. Oapt. BUko will
. 1 1 .... A 1-. I . 1, a hns nilflD
Tho mommoth James Howard
kr 1 nt. til i.HK r- it,. I
XI UW OUU Kill ivri w w uw i
The Mallie Kagon, from Kvanivillo,
ltlt Hiirt finmft iintvn in nntop thn
phis trade, nnd Cnpt. Tliroop sayi lie
stay with us all winter.
very good trip.
The Utah wns well loadod for VI
liiivrr nml rnnnlvntl nsnallnfAllln frfl
Tho Eddyvillo came down fiom Ev
villo with n fair trip of assorted frel
... , a f . a t. v
Hha fnufAi hap trm to rinucsii nn m. n
and thero transfttrrod it to herMlf.
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