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TRAVEI ER'S GUIDK
ITAKU NOTICE.
Tl XI KTAHU: OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
n and . "'r. '.' '! ,s". "e follow
ing iinr-(jitl a '.I gove rn the arrival and de part-
ii r- of n'r trains at Cairo I
Aywrf-Mall train, dully llitlp.m.
Ki press, dslly 2.45 p.m.
,ir,i(e -Mall, dally a:.m.n.
Express, dally, eiceplKunday 3:.nip.tn.
Voilisngeofcars from Cairn to St. Loiil. No
change 'if car from Calm In Chicago. Kleisnt
raw Inn Roo-ii sleeping cr on night trains,
aggag checked to nil Important idnts.
OUII t'HUHCHKS.
IIKMIIYrKIJIAN-EigMli-slricl.
1'ie.vhlng, Sabbath t l"K IVt
I'Mjer meet ng, Wednedsy at 7-g r. .
Sunday fleleml, " r. . J. M. Lansden, Super
intendent. "v' c' Foo", l'aater.
lIKTUoHISr for. L'ightli nd Walmit Sis.
Preaching, Sutltilli A. m., nnd 7 r. x.
I'rryer meeting, Wednesday, 7i,'r. M,
Murniny rchool ,1 r. m. I.. W. Htllwell, Huper
iitrn.lmt. Iter. K. L.Tit'iMrsux, Pastor,
l.'llljltCli WTHK ltKDEKMEIt-i:plscopil)
Morning prsjrrs, fabbnth Vi t. x.
Evening prayer,"r. x.
SkMiMIi School, Hi. m.
Her. M. Cum, Rector.
MT. PATRICK'S CllUKCH-Jor. Ninth Pi. and
Washington Avenue.
Public eerTlce,Sahbatlis;$and 10,'.- a. m.
Vespers, 3 r. u.
Htmdsy Bchool, 2 r.u.
5rvlcc every dsy, 8 r. x.
Her. P.J. O'ltHLoanf, Priest.
CHRISTIAN Eighteenth street.
BabUth School, ti i. ., Sabbath.
Preaching, Habbalh lntf a. v., and m.ytT. u.
Iter. J, Fbiind, l'Aitor.
HISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL In the Christian
Church, Eighteenth Hireet. Bahbalh Honool 3
r. h.
J. II. Kim, Superintendent.
fOUNOMENy CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Reg
ular meeting second Monday etch month at the
Prayer room of the Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, iyt r, at
the Prayer room of the Presbyterian church.
C. Paasoxs, President.
and Cedar.
Services, Sabbath, 11 a. m.
sunday Snhnol, 1 r. u.
Cass it p. M.
Preaching, 7K Rev. Win. Jackson, Pasto
MECONLl FKEE-WILL BAPTIST Fifteenth 81.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Uubbth, 14 and 3 r. m.
Her. N.'Kicas, Pastor.
UEE-WILL BAPTIST HOME Mission r-UN,
II AT SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Sla.
Sunday Hohool, 9 a. M.
KlllST FIIEE WILL DAPTI9T CUURCH-Cur-
ry'e Uarraiks.
r:ervices,ijabbatrill a. 3 r. m. and V, r. m.
Iter. Wm. KlLltT, l'astor.
MRSTMiaSION'ARY DAP1I3T CIIURCH-Uet-ween
luth and lltli atrcet, near Cedar.
I'rrachlnc Sabtiath 10K a. x., and 7)i r. .
Prayer Mecling. Wednesday eventnK.
l'rpachlnz. Friday erenlnc.
habtiMhS'hool, ', r. u. John Van Daxter and
Mary rteplieiia superintenilents.
Iter. T J. Huosm, panto
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICEIIS.
Governor, John M. Palmer ;
Licutennnt-OoTcrnor, John Dougherty ;
Sevretury of Slate, Edward Kummel ;
Auditor of State, 0. E. Lipplncott i
State Treasurer, E. N. Dates j
Supt. Public Instruction, Newton llaleinan,
C0X011ESSMEN.
Henators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
RepreentallTe for the State ut Large Vacancy.
ItepresematiTo Thirteenth District John M
Crebs.
MEMDEKS (5KKEKAL ASSEMBLY.
Senntorf, 1st District T. A. K. lloleomb, ot
Union, and S. K. Ollon, of Gallatin.
Representative, 1st District II. Watson Webb'.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIIICL'IT COURT.
Jiidxe D. J. Hiker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting AttorneyI. K. .McCnrtney, u,
Massac.
Circuit Clerk Jno. (J. Ilaniifiu,
Hheritf-A. II. Infn.
Wm. Martin, Assesior and TreaJiirer.
COUNT V COUKT.
Judge F. Hron.
Associates J..E. HcCrilcand g.'Mnrchlldon.
ClerkWacob O, Lrncli.
Coroner John II. Goseman.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT.
Mayor John M. Lsnsden.
Treasurer J. B. Talor.
Comptroller E. A. Burnetii
Clerk Michael Ilowlcy.
Marshal Indrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates F. Hross an I II. Hhan.
oessy,
Chief ol Police-L. II. Myers.
Police Constables John Bhethan, (da), and
Jos. II. Vetrrun and J. W. Sumner, (night.)
8ELKCT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Lansden,
First Ward-P. 0. Sehuh.
Bocond Vfard C. R. Wooawnrd.
Third Ward Jno. Wood,
rourth Ward-S. HlaaU Taylor.
Clty-aULarge W. P. llalliday and D. Ilurd.
110AKU or ALDEKMKN.
FJR9T WARD-James Bearden,
Leo Kleb,
Isaac Walden.
ECOND WARD It. H.JCunnlngliain,
E. Iluder,
Henry Winter,
Jamas Swayne.
THIRD WARD Wra. Stratton,
I'Htrlck Fitrgetald.
OURTU WARD-James Carroll.;
0.11 Sease.
IJ.H.Melcair.
THme of Mttting.
The City Council meets In Joint session on
Fr Ihv evening precejlng Ihu first Monday ol
ea;h month.
surer cotxcit.
TheSelect Couni-il meets on the tirst Wednes
day and Thursday, alter the second Monday in
each month.
UiU ur AlMtMIX.
The Board of Aldermen meets cn the flrs
Monday and Tuesday In every month.
C0MMITTKI8 OF THE COUNCIL.
Oa fitrufi-Messra. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
wood ana Metcalf.
J)rotiKie-Messrs. Cunningham, Bchuh, Fitiger.
alJ.Hek,. Ld Hklllday.
Cmm-Me,,,,. Vfcoil, Cunningham and Kleb.
sad Jul-Messrs. Carroll, Budar tnd
Woodward
Ordat.Mers. Ktase, Walder and Taylor.
KiSwST 1M"'"' R'd.n,8.yne and
itt-te''H". WlnUr and Kleb.
lnM;-Mes.,r,,7ri"S;?'Joeandl)ud.r.
Uet, Winter, HtraltSn rnVc.', roil. ' Kt,r
FOS HALK
NOTICE.
The Illinois ten ral Rail Road Company now
oftrrfor sale the following described lois Inlrirs
Addillontotlie Cliyof Cairo, vln
, j7 block SO. M js tfcck K.
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" 'iS?!1' 'PP'' JAMEH JOHNSON , .
'f2dll ...1.
w --I UI HI.
IKDIKO,
mi, pamphlets, briels, caUloguta. news
Drs. tax Hats, and everr variety of in:
priaimx cunuBuicu iur, una prcinyuy md
tsluy exeoMUJ, In the Bulletin book, Job,
tMwtpaper biadlag eaUbllthnssnt
mi
jer nniir.tiii mv
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
$1,250,000 OO .
IIKIttTOHl)
F3RE JNSURANOECO..
Ol llarirnril, Con.
CIIAHTKHKD 1810.
Kiiual to the Oruat Kmerguiicy.
TIIK IRON C'liAD OLD
It
Never Niirreuilora I
Tested by the storms of Sixty-one year
AND STILL IS SOUND.
Pays from her surplus of
S 1,8 0 0,0 00
Her Losses by the
GIIKAT OHIAGO FIRE
l.eavlmt her magnificent capital of
OUSTS nciLLionsr
Untouched nnd Quarter of a Million Surplus to
pare.
"Uet thelU'iit,"
GET HARTFORD POLICIES.
Snfford, Morris ii C'nndce, nonti1,
Cairo, Illinois.
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby eiren, that on caturdav,the
2ithdsy id October, 171, a' 10 o'clock a.m., I
will sell at publio auction, to the highest bidder,
lor iasn. ine no lses j in numoer suunieu on
Iot ro. 8 in uioclc ro. 37, in tiie citv or Cairo,
Ming on 13th at, between Poplar st nnd WashliiK-
ion avenue i;airo Illinois uciouer csm isii.
Oct24dtd 3. WINBTOH
NEW BARBER SII01
Georee. the barber Intel v with Theobald and
Eschb-ch. has ODenednNtv Barbcb Hiior. on
Commercial avenue, between 17 nd lbth street,
tor lie accommodation ot ladles anu gentienen
ol the upier part of the city, lie l.ivites all hia
uau Mill urn iiicuub III TlHlb HIS BI1UI., HUtl
surea them polite attention nnd uneuuallrd work,
either In hair curling, cutting, shaving or sham
pooing, ocri.mi
NOTICE
Is hereby zlvcn that default having hf.sn made
fur more than sixty days in the uavmcnt of a
portion of tho amount secured to be riald br a
certain mortgage executed by Krnsl Weber to
?aniueininais layiorann r.awin rarsons, irusiees
01 ine uairn unv property, usten ma roll r.'in,
1SC6. recorded in tho lteciirder'a office. In nnd lor
Alexnmler county, in the State cf Illinois, in
book P, of deeds, pago 1M, Ac, We the tinder
slcned. said trustees, will nn Saturday, the 4th
day of November next. A. D. 1BT1. at 10 o'clock In
the lorenoon of that day, under nnil by virtue of
me power ui saiocomaineu in sum mortgage, sen:
at public auction, tothe hiahest bidder, forcash
i win cniice ouiiuing 'ii Mm irusieeii, corner
ui vvasningion nvenun nnil imii sireei, in in
cuyoi i;airo, in Alexander eounry an
Slate of
llllinl. Int nnmhrroil 41) ffnrlv.l in lilnrtr num.
bered I tone,)ln IheTliird Aililltioa tottiecily of
Cairo, accord log to the recorded Plat thereof,
with tin nDiiurteuanccs. to ntlsfv tfiu
purposes
anuconuiiiona oi sain morignse.
D.ated Cairo, Ills., October 23, 1871.
8. STA ATS TAYLOR,
EDWIN PARSONS,
Trusteea of (no Cairo City Properly.
oc23dtllld. 1
THE BULLETIN.
Pabllsbpsl every tuariilntr, Moiidny ex.
repieu.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Rusiness on tlio levee vesterdav
was
Rctive.
Tiuiothv Shea, being in th
Fame tlx
was alio discharged,
Local items were tlio scarcest thing
imaginable yejtcrday.
l'etu Saup is receiving a large supply
of new goods in his line.
Tho thiove9 now in the city are of the
meanest class. How can they bo got rid
of?
The sidewalk on the south iide of
Twentieth I reel is in a deplorable condi
tion. Die Massac county fuir commenced
at Metropolis yesterday. A number of
Cuiro people nro in utlfiidanco.
A firu broku out in tho kitchen of tho
St. Charles hotel at about 11 o'clock lust
night. Littlo or no damugo win- dune.
The steamers Durfco and Illinois dip
charged 1,137 bails cotton hero yesterday
for rcshipment east per Illinois Central.
Ullly Martin propoes to tako u trip
through the county before the election
nd have a talk wilh tlio country people.
Thoie French Cherrius, In syrup, so
popular with connoiseun, aro sold by Jor
gensen. tf
The nomination of Judgo Bowman, of
Sbuwneetown, for senator from this, 11 rt,
senatorial district gives general satisfac
tion to tho democrats of Cuiro.
Go to Jorgenscn's for imported Dun
dee orange marmalade, the eclobrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, nnd
hoico Genoese figs. tf
Gas lamps at tho cornor of Eleventh,
Sixteenth and Eighteenth streets nro
needed to complete the lighting of "Wash
ington avenue. Shall we have them ?
For comfortablo and cheap boarding,
apply at the old Court House hotol, cor
ner Twentieth street nnd Washington
wlng to tho illness of ono oi our com-
Dositor. and .,,..1... i . i .
. u.,utuv-r ug,g union, u con
- . . wv.b uiiiun, n tun-
Hdoruble amount of mnttor in...i,i r...
tO-Cji Bulletin Is crowded out.
-There arrived In the city on Mondav
afternoon a number or well-known gam
biers and thieve,. They ro all known to
the officers, and a CI0,0 WBtc u M
kept over their movements,
Glvo us tho Itch, unull p0X( cij0era
yoiiowiever oui uenvcr us from the
IQMBCO of Grasshopper Sam, Slippery
nun
THE CAIRO PAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1871.
Jim, Lang nnd the bnlnnco of tho ''boys"
that tiro now In tlio city.
$1,000 Kownrd Is olTerctl by tho jiroprio
torofDr. I'icrco's Golden Mcdlenl Dis
covery for n medicine tlmt will cqtinl It In
tlio euro of llroncliltis, Povcro coughs, nnd
tho oarly etnges of consumption. C8".
Tho lndy innnncer of tho orohnn
nssylum nro requested to meet nt tho rekl
denco of yf. D. Hurd, on Seventh street,
on Thursdny evening, nest, nt seven
o'olncl.-. A full nttendnnco is rcticstcd.
A innn wlioso nnmo wo could not
learn, win seriously injured by tho full
ing of n licnvy picco of iron, nt the itono
depot yestcrdny. Ono of his hnnds nnd
one loot wcro badly crushed.
"We seo by tho Now York reports tlmt
tho nclt increases of insurnncc in tho Life
Association during tho year 1870 exceeded
the net incrcaso of any other Compnny in
tlio world, by over $0,000,000.
The Cairo market is overstocked with
potatoes and cabbage. One gentleman,
from Kalamazoo, Mich., brought down
seven cars, thinking ho would llnd n good
market bore. Ho wa compelled to storo
It away not being able to sell it.
If you nro differing from chills, fever
or nny form of malarial fever, do not
wasto timo and money by trying medicines
which will stop it only for n ehort time
but use Dr. Itattinger? Liver I)rop, which
cure nt unco nnd permanently.
oct,18-dA:w-lw.
At bnlf-pnst twclvo o'clock last night
a (Iro broke cut in the llltlo cottago next
door to tlio Rough and Ready fire com
pany's engine house. It wa tubdusd bc
foro any serious damngo was done. Tho
lire was undoubtedly tlio work of nn in
cendiary, as the houe has not been inhab
ited for some time.
"Where nro you going? To tho placo
number C3, Ohio levee, whero they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish nnd game, and
the finest wines, liquors nnd cigars to bo
found in tho city. Open nt nil hours, dny
or night. J. E. 1'aiiks.
John Brown ha become n fourth
warder. He ha? removed his stock of gro
ceries to the buildinir on tlio corner of
Twenty-eighth street nnd Commercial av
enue, whore lie thinks ho will do it belter
business than bo ha dono before. Suc
cess to him.
Our neighbor of the .Viw is opposed to
tho way tbu teachers in our public schools
have of punishing the scholars. Ilethinks
tho nystem of keeping them in after school
hours barbarous and asK if Mime other
mode of punishment cannot bo adopted.
The Sim man should employ good little
bovs to deliver his pnper. Tlmt would
quiet hi nerves on tho eubject.
EichhotF brothers have secured tho
services of an export mattress maker, nnd
aro now turninu out work in that line
equal to any of tho older and more widely
known market. It is the intention of
the EichhotV brothers to manufacture mat
tresse for tho wbolo sale as well as tlio
retail trade, andthey aredotemincd to put
their prices down to the lowest posiblo
living rates.
Tuber Hrothers, having obtained for
their watch department wimu ol' the very
best workmen In bo found, are now pre
iinreil lii turn nut mirl; ill tlmt linn wit!
1
I but little llelllV. Those lllivlll? lino nml
,11,11 ,,Mi, u.nPk n'Miilrliii. llin mint sHIIfnl
"IllliUlt uork rtquirill). Hie most Sl.llllill
workmen may now bo nssured of oCttlning
entisfaction. The finest patterns of jew
elry, as muni, are made in order at prices
that defy competition. oet20lf.
On .Saturday last tho Gamble wagon
manufacturing establishment shipped for
tlio louthorn trade u laro number of
wagon. This is tho Jlr.-t important ship
mcnt of wagons ever made from this city,
and marks a new era in IhU branch of her
tratlic. The Gamble manulaeluring ctab
lijhment ha- been in existance for nbout
one veur and during that time has built up
a largo and profitable trade.
Ono .week from Tuesday is the day
et for the drawing of Mr. 1 Rlely's
gift enterprise. However, thero remains
unsold n unal! number of ticket", and
should Mr. Ii. bo umiblu to dispose of
them by that time, it will bo necessary to
postpone the drawing for a fowdays. -Mr.
itiolv oxpeets to be obloto sell every ticket
by the first of tho month and should bis
expectations, bo reali.id, u postponement
will not be made.
Tho widow and relatives of the Into
Heurv Harris wish to return thanks to all
those pcisoiih who aided and assisted them
in their late bereavement. To the fire
men and the public generally, who by
their presence guvo evidence of their re
gard for tbo memory of tho deceased, tlioy
return heartfelt thanks; nnd to the Arab
llro company tlioy are especially thankful
for tho many nets of kindness- extended to
Mr. Harris during his long illness, and for
their valuable services at tho funeral.
The following persons were nt the St.
Charles hotel yoiterdny : C. II. Hall, Chi.
obago; Mrs. llalley, Louisville, J. Dubled,
John N. Horau, .1. II. .Mc Bride, .Joint I).
Avers, .loh n Anderson, Kmum Golden,
Unas. Williams, .1. U. Kribbcn, A. K.
AVinthrop, and W. II. Turks, all of St.
Louis; K. C. McKwen, New York; Mrs.
J. U. Miller and daughter, Memphis; U.
E. Conrad, Wheatland, 111.; J. M. Wash
burn, wife nnd daughter, IVrdinand, 111.;
Samuel George, Manchester ; J, A. Koo
ken, Tonti, 111.; A. Q. "Withers, Holly
Springs; Miss.
Fetor Saup has opened a bran now oys
tor saloon, 102 Commercial avenue, whero
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, tho largest and most doliclous In
tho city,which ho will sell tho by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with tho express view of supplying
gentlemen and ladies witli a placo whero
tlioy may enjoy it meal of these toothsomo
bivalves quietly, without boing disturbed
by tho bustlo and noises incidental to tho
commonplace restaurant oyster room.
tf,
Two women, tho meanest, dlrtlcsl,
most loitl-moutlied wretches that over dlS'
graced tho city by their prusonco, were ar
rested on Sunday afternoon for uslna oh
scene and offensive language on the streets.
On Monday they wero taken boforo his
honor, Squlro Sliannessy, fc r trial ; but oil
a promise to leave the tHy nlthln twenty-
four hours, thoy wore allowed to go ac
quit. Last night they wore ngnln on tho
streets its drtmk ns whisky could mnko
thorn, nnd moro loud nnd boistorous In their
blnsphcmcous nnd bnwdlsh conduct. Now,
wlint is to bo donowith such characters ns
these ? Can they not bogot rid of In somo
way? It is such .ili-begolton trash ns
theso and tlio potty thlovcs nnd confidence
men who bring otircity Into reproach with
tho world around about n. Can't thoy be
got rid of?
1). Lamport lias removed his shop
from Ohio Levee to Elgth, bolwcen Com
mercial and Lovco, nnd ho now Invites
Ids friends to ono of tho best fitted shops
in tho city. Everything is kept in tho
neatest and best mnnnor posslblo j snow
white towel", bright, keen rnzors, puro
water, fragrant soaps, clear oils nnd fine
perfumery. Smooth shaves, thorough
shampoos, fashionable hair-cutting, hair
curling or drcsing for gentlemen, ladles
or children, and polllo nttsntlon is nlwnys
in readiness for thoso who favor him with
their patronage. octOdlm.
Under tho head of 'new advertise
ments,' this morning, wo publish tho ad
vertisement of tho Hartford Fire Insur
ance Company, of Hartford, Con. Of all
reliable insurance companies tho Hartford
is among tho most reliable. In volumn of
nsets sho rnnks noxt to tho .Etna, As
will bo seen by reference to her card, after
paying all her losses by tho great Chica
go disaster, sho will still have left the mag
nificent surplus of ono million and a quar
ter dollars tho .Etna alono ranking her
In tills respect. "Whllo thero nro a scoro
of companies, heretofore considered safe
and sound, that have been crushed by tho
Chicago fire, the old "iron clad" Hartford
has weathered the storm, and now stands
the second compnny In tho United States.
-Tho Chicago Beer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Eighth
sticet, Is a favorito placo of resort with all
lovers of eiss' Beer, Liquors of every
description, nnd nU kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. No ordinary liquors are
dispensed nt tho bar of tho saloon only
tho very best, nnd guests find in attend
ance polite nnd accomodating waiters. A
frco lunch Is spread every day at 10
o'clock n.m. aualitf.
Tho following'werc tho arrivals at the
Dclmonico hotel, Wm. Winter, proprietor,
for tho twenty-four hours ending nt ten
o'clock, p.m., October 21, 1871: Samuel
"Wright, '.Cincinnati; Chn. "Well, Colum
bus; Ii. .1. Allen, river; C. Tnylor and B.
Krci, steamer J. J. Ebcrtj Isaac Fame
man, Delphi, Ind.; .1. T. Inman, New
York; Thomas Terall, Memphis; L.
Thompson and family, Galvoston ; James
Ilouton, Centralinj S. II. Jenkins, Ken
tucky; James A. Scuddcr, Cincinnati;
W. H. Putnam, N ew 1 ork j m. 1'alin,
Cincinnati ; E. AVorth, steamer J. J. Ebcrt;
T. C. Rhodes, steamer Ebcrt; J. C. Smith,
citv; V. G. rergerson, Odin; T. i oster,
Union City, Tcnn.; Wm. Barnes, Union
City; C. Artlllius, sir. Mohawk ; Richard
S. Heir, Ballard county; Alex. Smiley,
Bi.Hard conntj ; "W. H. Parks and Thomas
Kelley, St. Louis; .1. 11. Harmony, U. S.
N.; Geo. H. Cooke, U.S. N.; Frank AVare,
Chleago; Lew Ca'sy, Chicago.
Tho citv boot and shoo store, is now
being stocked with its fall supply of boots
nnd slioes from tho renowned manufac
ture of Urola.ski A Co., St. IjuIs Mo.,
nnil presents attractions, in tho lino of
hand work never before presented in this
city.
The good-, embracing all styles, nnd
mado of tho best imported stock, of
French and Curraccy kid, Tampeco peb
ble and R. grain Goat, French morroco,
Glore kid, Calf scrgo and velvet sorging.
Every pair of boots and shoes bearing
the guar runty, aro warranted to ho in ev
ery particular as represented, and if pre
ferable tho customer may learn his or hor
mensiiro and. havo mado to order, at a
smnll ndvanco over retail prico.
The general stock of boots and shoos
now being daily opened at the city boot
and shoe storo is tho most varied in
tho citv. Tho attention of our patrons is
ccially called to this fact, as the
want of u good and non ripping boot and
shoo has been long felt In our city; and to
tho other fact that nowhero in the city will
the ladies llnd a more complete and fash
ionnblo supply of ladies' fancy goods, jew
elry, ribbons, hosiery, etc., etc.
An Inspection of tho same is rcspoct-
fully solicited by tho public generally,
boforo purchasing elsewhere. For
Fisherman and Huntci'n n lot of rubber
hip boots have just been opened out at
the citv boot nnd shoe store. 1-t
Tin: Illinois Mutual. Judgo Bross,
ngent of tho Illinois Mutual lire insuranco
ampany, has received tho following circu
lar from tho secretary of tho company. It
speaks for itself:
CIRCULAR TO AUK.V1H.
Aivon, III., October 17, 1871.
In consequence of tho disastrous losses
to this company by tho fire at Chicago, tho
stockholders hnvo determined to suspond
tlio business of tho company for tbo pres
ent. You will, therefore, take no new
risks, or incur nny now liability, until
further notice. You aro also rcqticstod to
notify policy-holders In your agency of tho
nleivo facts, and havo themsurronder their
xmcies, receive ami caneol tho same, giv
ni; them therefor n certificate, of thn
amount of unearned nroiuium duo each, to
bo settled and paid with othor existing lia
bilities of this company.
.John Atwood, Seo'y.
A RRESTEU. A well-known citizen of
this city was a dny, or two slnce.beforo ono
of our city magistrates lor being drunk
nnd disorderly. Ho was finod tho usual
amount 50 CO. Aftor tho trial was over
bo might havo boon heard sollloqulzlne
thusly : " Now, this Is tho second time I
havo been up beforo a mai-lstrato for tbo
saillO Oll'ell80. I mlcllt hnvn Wnnum !
if I had gono to Albn's in tho first nlnrn
and gbt ono of thoso smooth, clean, doll
clous shnvos that Alba is known to givo
to ovorj- onu who patronizos him, this
would not havo happened." Thoroforc,
roador, tako warning nnd nlways go to
Alba's harbor shop, Commercial avenue,
between Sovcntb and Eighth streets, tf
TwKNTY-riVK cents. This amount
will buy it bottlo of Mrs. AVhitcomb's
Syrup, tho great soothing remedy for all
diseases incident to infants and children.
Oct. It), 1871. awlw
POLICE COURT.
IBefore F.Brosi, P.M.
Yesterday was a livoly day In tho polico
court. Judgo Dross presided and clis
purscd justlco with his usual gravity nnd
promptness dealing out to each offondor
what ho deserves.
Edward Shea and Malt Canal, had
been on a sproo, nnd not being able to get
out of tho way of tho officers wero "taken
In. " Tlio Judgo assessed against them tho
urn of $2 and costs each, which thoy paid.
Owon .Cain, n pugilistlcally Inclined
young man, was arrested on a chargo of
lighting. Ho was taxed tho sum of $5 and
the trimmings, which ho paid, and allowed
to depart tho prcsonce of tho court.
Jai. Durby, got drunk, but at It was bis
first appearance before the court, and upon
a proinlso to go nnd sin no more, was dis
charged. Frank Fitziimmons was on his muscle
and would not bo satlsflod until bo bad
" bcllod " some ono on the nasal append
ago. Ho did so, and was gobbled by tho
officers. Ho will spend tho next olevon
dnys with McHale, and will assist somo
other "gontlcmen" who aro now stopping
with Mack in cleaning up tho streets.
Frank Porter got drunk, and being
dntfik, became noisy and abuilve to thoso
about blm. He will also "grub up" at
tho city jail for tho space of sixteen days.
John Dooley was "on a bust" and got
busted, and could not settle a lino of ten
dollars and costs assessed against him and
was sent up for ten days.
FrauV Fitziimmons was arrested on a
chargo of stealing $55 from Tim Shea.
But the proof was not strong enough to
convict and ho was discharged.
Tho two men referred to in yestcray's
Bulletin for attempting todlsposo ofn
bogus chock, wcro next introduced to bis
honor Their namo is Jennings. They
had in their possession a number of pa
pers, all forgeries. Thoy wero tent to tho
calabooso for forty-two days each.
Thus wound up another dny in tho po
lice court. The result is one hundred and
twenty-one days labor for tho city; no
"pickings" for the officers, and a chance
lor too ordinance breakers to see their
names in print.
Auction Sal or Furnitubk. I will
offer for sale at public auction on Friday,
Oct. 27, at 9 o'clock a. m., at tho resi
dence of Mr. Rboutan, on AValnut street,
between Ninth and Tenth streets, a large
assortment of household and kitchen fur
niture, consisting of bedstoads, bureaus,
chairs, sofa, looking glasses, fine steel
plate engravings, stoves, crockery, mat-
trasses, pillows, etc., etc.
d-t-d D. H. Uartman, Auctioneer.
Tho family grocery store of Blxby &
Koehler is being patronized largely by peo
ple who liKo fine groceries. Their location
on the north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial and AVasbington av
enucs, is a central one, and their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this new candidato for public patron
age meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. Messrs. Koehler & Bixby propose to
keep up their reputation by always selling
tho best of all sorts of groceries to their
patrons and the public, knowing that peo
ple generally arc awaro of the fact that
really good articles of any kind nro nl
ways tho cheapest in tbo end. tf
Rei.iaiilk and Safe. Dr. Honry Root
and Plant Pills are mild and pleasant in
their operation, yet tbrorough, producing
no nausea or griping. Being entiroly
vegetable, thoy can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. They arouse tbo
liver and secretive organs into healthy
action, throwing eff disease without ex
hausting or debilitating the system. Try
them and you will be satisfied. Prico 25
conts a box. Sold by druggists and deal
ers in medicino everywhere. Prepared by
the Grafton Medicine company Ht. Louis,
3Iissouri. inyDdm
Aoency for Howe's Sewino Machine
tor Sale. To parties wishing to enter into
a good paying business, with a small capi
tal, I will sill the agency of tho Howe
sewing machine. It is a standard ma
chine, and all tho raachines I have sold
givo entire satisfaction. Tho reason for
selling is, my other business will not allow
me to givo it all tho attention It needs.
Persons wishing to purchase will apply to
the Howe machine sales room or at my
auction room, 185 Commercial avenue.
oct23-lw D. Hartman.
The Sample Boom. Mr. P. Fitzger
ald's sample room, at the corner of Four
teenth street and Commercial avenue, is
supplied with as fino a stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
was over offered for sale in this city. Mr.
F. Is doing n wholesale business, and bo
ing thoroughly acquainted with tho busi
ness in which he has embarked, fcols con
fident of his nbility to sell his goods as
cheap, if not cheaper, than any other es
tablishment in the city. Ho solicits a
share of tho public patronage. octlStf.
Strayed $1S reward. A black,
heavy-set maro mule, nbout 11 bnnds
high, 8 years old, yellow nose, dhod all
around, tail and main vory bushy. When
last seen had a halter on. Htrayod from
Cairo on or about October 4th, 1871. I
will pay tho above to any person or per
sons who will roturn or give any informa
tion of her whorcabouta.
John AV. Murkiiy,
Octl92wd. Twelfth street, Cairo, Ills.
New Meat Makkkt, Nick AVIliiame
will open his now meat market tbls morn
ing at tho corner of Poplar and Twentieth
streets, who.o bo will keep constantly on
band all kinds of meat and the very best
in tho market. Ho will not permit any
butcher In the city to excel him. Nick
knows bis business, and earnestly irrvites
the publio to givo him a call at bis new
stand. tf
Fresh Oysters. I am now receirlng
daily, tho celebrated 0. S. Maltby's H. and
M, brand of fresh oysters, wbtcU are unrl
vallod, and for sale by the can or case on
tho most reasonable terms, try them, al
ways warranted ood and fresh.
tf AVm. AViNIEK.
AV anted At the Dclmonico Hotel one
buadrcd weekly boarders. Firs) meals
each day, price $0 per week.
WgJOtf "Wm. WlHTCT.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALE.
tii twenty-sixth or dkckmiikr fixed
n tiik DAT ON WHICH THE DIlAwmu
will comx orr.
Determined todla nil tbn tickets
in his lottery salo.Mr. F. Vlncont has con-
ciuucu 10 postpono tho drawing until tho
ioui oi irocomoor. h0 Is now giving the
matter hi dovoted attention, nnd Is meet-
ng with tlio most gratlfylnrf success on
ovory hand. During n recent trip to Grand
lower ana other neighboring towns ho
disposed of nearly ono thousand UMrMi
and tho demand Is rapidly Incrcnslng, the
urawing will not tail to come off on tho
day named.
'Xhoro aro six nrlzcs. the nrlnelnl
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residence, that was erected at a cost of $10,-
000. Tho remaining five prizes nro as
follows :
Lot 34, block 4, 3d addition to the citv
ol Uairo, valued at 1500.
Lot 32, block 4, 3d addition to tho citv
of Cairo, valued at S300.
Lot 30. block 4. 3d addition tho citv of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to tlio citv of
Cairo, valued At $300.
Lot 17, block 40, In tbo city of Cairo
Illinois, valued at $300. octCdtf
STOVES.
AV havo Just received a large stock
of hcatinc stoves for cither coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, balls par
lors or dining rooms. We teilt duplicate
anv Cincinnati. Ecamtillc or Ht. Louit
retail price list for either cooking or heat
ing store t. Orders by mail will receive
our prompt attention.
JSEERWART, URTH (X CO.,
No. 13C Commercial avenue.
sop21dlm
CHAMHER" OF COMMERCE
FOR SALE II
At public auction, on the 25th of Octo-
bor, at No. 75 Ohio levee, all tho furniture,
books, papers, etc., apcrtalnlng thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent
Dan. Hartman, Auctioneer.
oct5dtd.
Sleepino Rooms for Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tlonal Bank building. Apply to
EDAVARD DEZONIA,
At City National Bank.
Economy. By using Mrs. Whltcomb's
Syrup for children many a doctor's bill
can bo saved and much fullering averted
Read the advertisements in another col
umn.
Just Received. AV. AV. Thornton
Tenth streot between Commercial avenue
and Poplar street, has just received and in
tore 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
mouldings.
For Sale. A Grovcr ic Baker sewing
machine, in perfect order and but little
used. Any ono wishing to purchases may
make a good bargain by application at this
office. tf.
Marriaoe Guide. Interesting work
numerous encravincs, 221 paces. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis.
Mo. Seo Advcrtisemf nt. tf
For good photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call on
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenue. Ho
s a good workman. Givo him a trial.
scptlStf.
I or Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern nnd out
houses complete. Apply to
- AV. AV. Thornton.
AiiAMb' dry corned fish, a most delicious
article, in abundance nt Jorgenscn's gro-
jry store. tf.
Jokoenkon has just received n large sup
ply of Portland blue berries. Try them, tf
The best East India dry preserved gin
ger at Jorgenscn's. tf.
Little Muck Clams (nuanauirs) a
Jorgenson'Sj tf
Paul G. Schuh sells Rattinger's mcdi
clnes. f
RIVERNEWS.
PORT LIST.
ARRIVED.
Steamer AV. J. Lewis, Memphis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Octavia, Mound Citv.
" E. H. Durfee, Now Orleans.
departed.
Steamer Mary Allco, New Orleans,
" Columbia, Power's Island.
" AV. J. Lowls, St. Louis.
" James Howard, Now Orleans,
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Octuvia, St. Louis.
" E. H. Durfee, St. Louis.
Tho rise in tho Ohio continues and
during tho past 2 i hours has risen four
inches making 18 inches of n rite since..,it
first commenced. Thero Is no perceptable
change in tho Ohio from Louisville down
to Evansvillo it still remaliiBln the ragged
condition that it has been in forscmotime.
At Cincinnatit tho river is again falling
the lato rain was of such short duration
that it did not improve navigation in the
least.
Tho Mississippi is ngnln on tho stand
still at St. Louis. Tho Arkansas is still
falling, but another riso is expected ero
long. At Dubuquo tho river is rising
slowly, with ovor thrco feet to St. Paul,
and the packets aro now ablo to run tothe
Hatter place. Below hero tbo Mississippi
is still in a bad condition, and It requires
from two to three days for a boat to go to
Memphis.
Business on the landing was good
throughout tho day, considering tho small
number of arrivals.
Tho AVm. J. Lewis discharged horo 430
balos cotton.
Tho Illinois brought from Columbus,
per rail from Mobile, 220 sacks coffee for
Chicago merchants.
The flag ship of tho snag boat float Oc
tavia, bourd down from Mound City with
out landing, bar destination is supposed
to bo St. Louis. The government boats
aro difficult to keep the run of, for thoy
go to Mound City to receive orders nnd
on their roturn hardly ovor land here.
Tho Mary Alice finished transforing tho
freight brought out by tho Beo to kcr
low and cleared for Now Orloans carl
tho morning. Sho detached tho Colur
wharf boat from her tow and left It
for thoMohauk to low down,
Tho Jnmos Howard completed hir i
to tho depth of tho water nnd left foi
south drawing a littlo over five feet.
Tho Columbia boing somowbat intd
cd in tho Argonaut left for Power's I J
whera she is hard aground to llghlcnl
off.
AVo wero wrongly Informed s
Espcranza. bbc docs not rcsblp herl
nils out hor cargo for New Orleans
IRSJVnANCE,
w. ii. uoinis,
II. II. CA1
noiary rubllc,
No. Pub. and U. 8.
nrs-u'iRis!
HULL, CARGO", L1VK ST!
CUIDKNT, LIFKj
JKTNA, IIARTrOBD.
Asset , . S,Mt
NORTH AMERICA. FA.
Aasels.. ... i,7S
HARTFORD, CONN-
AlMlMNl(IIHHIIMMIHMIMIMSIHIIIMIHIIIltl&
rUCINIX. HARTFORD.
'- .1,TM
INTERNATIONAL, H. T
Assets........ l,j
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
Assets.. 7
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Assils ill
HOME, COLUMIIUB.
Assets... .ill
AMERICAN CENTRAL,, MO.,
Assets .,..
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE.I
Assets ,...SO,0
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE
ACCIDENT,
Assets.... IV
RAILWAY I'ASSENOERS' AS8URAS
CO., HARTFORD,
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Aw Betas' !
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CAM
71 Ohio JLcvfVfi
City National Bank, CAIRO. II
FIRE AND MARI
i iisr s U iR .A. isr
eeMPAHiMi
NIAGARA. N. Y
Assets ... ...41,4
OERMANIA, N. T.,
Aasels -
HANOVER, N. T.,
REPUIII.IC, N. Y..
Assets
Comprising the Underwriters' Afenl
TONKERS, N. v.,
Assets .
ALBANY CITT.
Assets
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. F.,
Asset
SECURITY, N. T. MARINE,
QiuHK, Dwellings, furniture, Mulls
kJ goes, insureu at raws as lavoraixe i
permanent aecuriir will variant.
I respecttully ailc oi the cilisens of
snare oi ineir paironaie.
c. sr. Mtrei
ome-t First National
WATCIIRfAKEB.
PRACTICAL WATCH. MAI
H. HOUPT,
NO. 150 AVASHINOTON AVI
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Has oa hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCI
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, El
Particular attenlioa given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCB
The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WAT
IN TMI citr.
MHJUIIfBMT.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICI
MRS.C. McGEE,
EIOIITH STREET, BETWEEN WASHl
AND COMMERCIAL AYXBUJ
Has just received a full and Splendid!
NEW GOODS! ,
Dress trimmings, alllt gimps, ilM
sure laces, moss trimmings, crocket
ilk and velvet buttons, plnsli na mu ii.
vat, hats and bonnets, line kid gloves, la'
childrens' abees, and a full and complete,
Millinery and Fancy
All ef which she propose to ssll j
THE VERY LOWEST CAMI T
BABBBktl.
J. GEO. STBINHOUSE,
FASHIONABLE BARll
or. iiafst. (! cMmciltf
tBTStira Razors,
VCIaan Towala and
JTSklllfull Wi
aWLadlcs' and children's hair cut and
pooed, either at th shop or at their own ,
WGentlemen'e whiskers and hair dyl
t atlfte maDBcr. Batlsloctloa gsianvslceJ

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