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TR A VEI PR'S GUIDE.
TA K K
TIMKIAMt.i:or THK ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R,
On and aflrr unly, May lllli.l'il, the follow,
in nne-laMe will govern Hip nrrl vnl and depart
nr. of .iriifr trains at Cairo i
'Jtrf-Mml train, daily 11:4 p.m.
hiprpsa, daily S.SSp.m
i -viail, dally .. - ,l:).n.
KtreM. daily, c.vcent Bundav 3:3" P "
N 1 rll.n,.. .ifcn. fr.HH Cairn In r.1 l.otll'. NO
c'unfe of cars ttoiv Cnlfo lo Chicago. Kleftnt
rimiill Ituo'ii flcpiiip eara on airS'i' trains
V-it ti flit Important tlnl.
MOL'XD CITV AND CAIRO
THE STEAM TL'tt, CACHE
C.rr William H. Sandusky.
CAIRO .A.2STID MID. CITY
Leave Mi. City,
iot cr iWHtn starrr.
At 1 A.M.
At I r.M.
At 5 r.M.
At 8.30 A.M.
At n.so a.m.
At '-'.30 r.M.
At C.30 r.M.
WILL LAND. WHK.V HAILED,
nor tapiobv. hawk's i.A.vm.vo, ky.
vofiiiorfAciir. mirine ways,
ASP SAW YARD.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
WefVli Packet tor V lueah, Evansvllle nS Lou.
Mille, the favorite ftcamer,
T. . IIYMAX, Mnstor.
Leaves Cairo every S,Ti! OKAY all o'clock p.m.
For freight or passage apply on board nr to
CAIHO AND PADUCAH
Tne splendid steamer
m in Vt'j
m. Kir Ir.'U';!
inliys excepted) at 4
pi .r, tnnli nnboardor
JAS. IIMiUS. AK't.
CAIHO AXI) EVAXSVILLE;
V. S. MAIL l'ACKLT.
The (A't-ruonlng, light diauM steamer
Leavaa Cairn FAT.M l!S-nVond TIIITniirUT
(in placeof ttesiner ldlewili.), at S p.m.
PADl'CAII AND KVANSNILLE,
(In placeof the Ark. Hell-),
Tim SI'LESMI) LIOIIT DKAIOIIT TKAMKR
i.r.r. now km.. Mnsi r.
Will Irme Cairo for F.vnv lie n -j WHIiSK."
IMV and i-Tl"ttlV at 3 0 pmk, p.m. Kor
riifht or pnii apply on hoinl or to
Ms. ni;;s, au'i.
I.M.MI(iI AX T TICK1.TS.
VOH SALE. ) Kr sa.e r KOI! SALK,
I her .-all' J '
Fan salJk'S'Ifoii salk.
Fare from Livkkpool,
Fare from Losdcndkriiv
Furo from (Jlasoow,
Fare from (Jckksstown'
SaflorJ, Morrn a c
Liverpool .Vn-Voik ahd l'hlUl.lihu
itr tOMaacT iih i-MTio kTair-Oao tatiHii
roil passaTk tickets
OB 1 1 Hill tL IPORXiTlUN
Ai-riai iu ,iun. O. J)ALK, Agt.
liriroadway, New. York, urtu
II. Hull lit,
Wanhington Avenue, Cairo. tion. 51
WILLIAM 11 SMITH, M. J).
PF.SIDENC&-N0. 21 Thirt-enih M-eM, b.
At tween kliiiioii aicnueiind Wnt ,ttf.tt
"irice-l.'.Qominfrcialaienue, up Mair.
C. W. DL'NXINd, M. I).
RI.EXCK rorn'.rN,nth Walnut at.
Ollice hoiirt-froiu a.m. to 12 in , and i) p.m
ALLEN, MULKKY & wiIEKLKK
COUXSBLOHS AT LAW,
m"iTt,;"rui;inleR:.r,'';n,'ui' ,'k,l ,o m"
OFFICE Over Kirxl Naiional llank. Ohio Levee.
GHEEN & GILBERT,
C0UNSEL0IU5J AT ;i.aw,
11, em, "1
pit .aurt, I
BtStlTu.m,:k''.,.'nD 10 Admltaltr aud
orCB-o,,,o 1 leveTkoomh 7 ani, 8 oveh
C1V WATIUSAl. LANK.
T RID M ii;-
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO
AU tyw,ixj w
0llclU all klndiol rl.ki.
AH eron. ,. h..r noTTrrPnilPrPinhoIr
p..liclo in the Aurorn. J"'.',"?" ,'
MprrlmnlV. li'r. vaw"" ' "1 Y.-.il i .1" .
... ' ' ..nnir. 11 rr nut nn-'i t iihi i
nini" ll.nrnni. hip "nrc-i
.n.l mnV Olllir lir'i-i in" vuiupniiK . ...
.1.1..1 in iilupp r ik In trip mt prurp lnuninci
poinMiilf of Hi" piiuntM .
coiiiiii ...p,..,.. 4tf.lini 1 -VliLL
rviil'i i'lviiiiu . n.ii'i.i.!
11OTl1l.1t Iimurancp Agviil".
Thr llllr.nl. Ontral RriI Ilos'l Coiniianv noM
oflpr for mIp tlio lolliwlncilccrilipd lot in, Kir
Addition f tin- nty or (.Hiro, viz:
Isfit 27 lilwk ill. 1M 2t bhick fi.
I vt), " ii " 2,
ft " P2, " 2H ' "i,
" M, ' 111 " X2,
3 2. " 3 " H.
For tprm,i-tf . apply -o HMKH.loll.N30V,
ThConinifruliil Hotrlvlll be rentrd on furor.
hWpIpniij. I'oplon rItp lmmcdUIPlv. Ap.
ply to (o!t2?ll) 0 WINSTON.
The ltrcc 11ml lommodlou. dwpllinc liou.p
.itunlfd 1111 Emlitli litwpn U'nlont nnd Wnsli
inKton (oppo..telhe I'feihvlrrlan Clmrcli) la for
rpnt, Kor prm. p(p. anpl to
THOMAS, (lltEKNA AI.DEN,
Qpt2fttf Ohio I, firs, Culro. Illi.
All city txpa muat bo paid btforo November lat,
on winch tlatp thpIlM nfilelimiuentUxea will be
publi'lied and coMx cliargxl. Cltuena will take
notice itnl Rovern thcmaeltea accordingly.
City Treasurer and Co'leclor.
Httnved from the autcriber about datlifht
Tuetdny October 31at, a llstitcolared Mule, while
rnauui, onna in leu eye. xiaa on iuii wagon nnr
noM nnd bridle with onoblind Anvnemun know
ing her whereaboutf will please leave no'ice at
lie iicLLrnx omce, Cairo, iinnoK.
'ulillNhril trery morning, Monday ei-
Wonrc to havo n variety of amiiscments
this full and winter, ntnong whloli may bo
Sermons on the cviN of too much fun
nd the sinfulness of sin ;
Lccturei, by talented tongue-uscn in
pantaloons nnd petticoats ;
Knees, in which Kynaston will take
articular delight when the weather is fine
nnd his hone wins;
Drinking hot whisky punches at Fitz
gerald'., Ilorbert';., Schoncymcyer's,
Shick's, mid Winter's j
Tho Delta Social Club parties, which
are to be very modest, and be made ex
clusive to the members ,
Shows at the Athcneum, and sly
games of faro, draw poker and keno, con
cerning which the police will know never
The ilnnees of tho Terpischorcan club,
which jtrc to be rtchtrehe affairs, in which
all the younger people of tho city will par
ticipate, and tho good looking youtlm of
Mound City be permitted to contemplate
from a distance ;
The sale of tickets for S!gnor Fiir
ini's grand concert at the Atithemcum
on Fridav night neil, 1ms ulivatly com
lnciircd at the auction e-toro of I). Hurt
man. The Signor is a musician of estab
lished reputation. " His voice," fays a
competent critic, ' is in quality an oxqui;-
ite baritone of moderate compass, espec
ially well developed in the middle register
(commonly neglected a grave fault with
baritones) nnd in cultivation thor
oughly at home in tin: intricate ornamen
tation of the school revived bv F.osini.
Hut his forte is the iiiano emphaticullv
nvtrttniental. His execution of eoorcj
differing so widely a thoe of Liszt and
crdi, Ootlsehalk, Thalberg and Herold,
stamp him a true nrtist." Signor Fiuini
will bo agisted bv talented voealUu
both amateur and profjslonttl.
TUB f. A T. I.. U. IS.
The contractors on the Urst four miles
of tho road broku ground yeitrnluy. Tho
event was one in which our people took a
deep interest, but the contractor, went at
it with a business-like ".cm-cy that Mas
truly amazing. They let nobody know
anything about it hut t la mayor, and hu
entered into their conspiracy of secrecy.
Hut tho thing was done, n fact which tskes
tho sting from the discourtesy of tho men
who had the ceremony in charge discour
tesy us provuklng 11 5 iiiinecei.sury. Hut
wnai can you expect of St. Louis railroad
men ' Thoy don't know any Mter.
Oround naa brokcn.nnd the contractor,
whose name wo don't know, expects to
have fuur mile of the embankment tin
i.hcd within ninety day. from this ilate.
The embankment is to ho of an uverage
hight ..f Imlia than eight feet-of the
hight of the .Missi-nippi lovee, and will bo
ouui witn great care and made strong
enough to resi.i the moat powerful flovls
of the river.
At Joneiboro there a a rumr.r Si.
ng about that tho rmd hd Ui; - .ld
out' fioni Cairo U, Slr,.t,,.....
nquiries concerning it have Utt. wUh tA
Col. T aylor, the presidentof tt. tsm.tAbJ.
pronounces tho rr.,rt f 41111
He doe, not hesiutu to awsitx. x j.i
uiu emanations of
desire to defeat the proje-t-men -h,j do
alri-Ia. A. .1..
not Misn tairo to bo any more, prwpwous
than alio is now.
nut v. a v, it. 11,
Ceo. Iturnsido has probable
Now York from Europe where he has betn
marching fur money to build the Cairo
"tiu Inceniies road. V don't v
itaucC,,o has bad. If ho 1m, told
"y one they Uv not told anv onu w10
Lntry rlUU'U,','r'11't'" Partoflc
-Tho Mound ,.ly j
charactori, lo ven. f()r
v e can ncithnr see nor euen
that can possibly grow out of Mid, LaTk
Tlw... . 1 ...i.t r..i ".vutnn.
mvini noiiiiiig 11 iney mar nuthlt,,.
Gen. AVInslow, of the firm of vi.
el,.... C- It'll a "
iu ,v n iison, raiiroaa Imilders who l.ave
hr,:e '" lwc,vc ,,,on,l'!1
pl i.i.. V.r'iLe Nt r pioicctlm of their pro .. , ..
-'W.v .hmil'l purmnl-r Ihflr police, for Tllf- C. A I II. It.
iXl'XVn&Z SBE St. Louis n...l Iron M
i nV in '"l''nr"',",'L";!r.M i h.. roiul company havo bought
utfirf mint; "V" f . . .
root " rnopniT -ruiiuii runronu oi ArKun&a
THE CAIRO DAILY
con, ft now very Active on tho lino of the
, rou; 1.0 rymfi ,o E
"liiingn into jnnpc, mm inionu u no
....... i 1...M.I .!, n-1.1. it ...1.1.
uh-llu h ivi i iu mv 1 v.i'i 11 11 nil i l iv i lii
the Cairo nnd
, and we may
now expect that Mr. Allen will carry tho
travel and trade of the road into St. Louis.
but, under tho charter of the road, one of
Its tenuni must b nt n point near tho
mouth of the Ohio river, opposite this city,
nnd euro will bo taken that congress shall
not make any alteration In this condition
of tho land grant. On the Arkansas branch
of tho Cairo and Fulton road twenty miles
arc already constructed, and thirty miles
mile are prepared for tho iron. The sec
tion has also tlneo locomotives And twen
Messrs. Welch and Hart have become
fathers within the last two or thrco days,
nnd the new-comers nre bouncing boys.
J udgo Allun, who is absent on pro
fessional biifino'P, nl Shawneetown, has
become, tho father of another daughter.
J Capl. Hay of Friend notoriety pro
posesso wo nro informed to shako hnndi
with Cairo nnd go hence. Sorry to loso
Mrs. White, lato of tho Southern
hotel, was robbed on Monday night of
S425 cash. Tho suspected thief has not
yet been nrrcsted.
Mr. Willitm Klugo, tho popularmor
chant, is rejoicing over a lato ovent which
has made him the happy father ofn daugh
ter that weighs ton pounds.
Our river rcportor chroniclos the
death of Wood Mulin, lato nn employe on
Phillips' and tho 1. C. It. It. company'B
whnrfboats, " Consumption with his
ghastly dart " killed him.
In September Police Magistrate Itross
assessed fines in amount $703, and col
lected SCI 6, which he paid into tho treas
ury yesterday. During tho month he fur
nished to tho city 138 days of labor.
Fnrini, whoso concert Friday night nt
the Athcn:eum, is to be the fashionable
the bon ton the recherche ntlair of the
season, is a very affablo person. He
speaks nino languages fluently nnd is a
gentleman in all of them.
Mr. Silverbcrg, of The IJollktin
book bindery first class establishment
-was detained from his work Saturday
and Sunday. His bees swarmed, That
is what they called the affair. The mother
is doing as well as could be expected, and
tho baby is a girl. Uuz-z-z.
Tho finance committee, of tho council
will dctroy to-day $5,470 5U city sctip
received by treasurer Taylor during Oc
tober. During the month, $1,383 25 of
interest bearing tcrip was paid into tho
treasury, and only $2.14 interest collected
by tho holders.
A crowded-out paragraph of our river
column of Tueday morning, designates
Nat. Popper as tho most comical cuss in
the river business. Ho is now elaborating
a poem on '"What I Know About Medi
cine.'' It is funnier thun Watts' hymns,
and contains more wit than Paradiso Re
gained. Seasoned with such Pepper nny
company would bo endurable.
Louis Illaltau, tho well-known saloon
keeper, has fitted up, in the best style, a
bran new saloon on Eighth street, between
Ohio levee and Commercial avenue, oppo
site tho Perry house. His bar is supplied
with the purest and flnost of liquors of all
kinds from tho harmless thirst-quenching
soda to thccxhilcrating whiskies and bran
dies which ar the delight of experienced
Tho following wero tho arrivals at
tho Delmonlco hotel, Win. Winter, pro
prietor, for tho twenty-four hours ending
at 'J o'clock last night ; .lames Thompson,
Kentucky, W. llaugli, St. Louis j John
W. Trover, Villa Itidgo; Georgo Olm
stead, city; fi. J!. fury nnd A. O. Thomp.
son, L'rbana, Ills., F. K.Dodd, Boydsvillc
Ky; James McNeill and J. .1. 'Abound',
Owen county, Ky.; Mrs. P. J. llumhan
and Mrs. M. Wallace, Washburn. 111.; F.
F. Gardner, Jllandvillc, Ky., Jas. S. Mor
ris, Ulllnj C. Campbell, Verona, Mo.; F:
Ware, Chicago ; W. It. Powers. 1'olinsby,
III.; W. H.Snlbosky, Columbus, Ky.
-Tho following wero the arrivals at tho
St. Charlen hotel, yesterday: W. I.
Morgan, Centrulla, 111.; J. ". Phillips,
New-York; Capt. T. Shields, Str. Susie'
Silver; A. Hightower, Dardanolle, Ark.;
T. Faulweller, Cincinnati, ().; J. Kooken,
Maeon, Miss.; N. Failing, Macon, III.;'
II. ltoyce, I'olnt Pleasant. Mo.: .1. I)
Cresap, Point Pleasant, Mo. ; H.S, WhooU
Ul, uuii-iiku; j-.. 11. mowoii, Cniontown.
Ky.; ,. W. Ilarklay, Now Orleans; W.
L. Gago, St. Louis;.!. A. llroloski, St.
Louis; M. Levi, Cincinnati: C. A. T.nn.
-m, Lira- awii, Art.; Jirs. J. M. Lun-
J.. I l.ll- 11 V ..
r, i.ime nock, Ark.; L. D. Wallace,
Uiicaga; J. Swyne, Cook Co., III.
1 jstonlay we recorded tho rumor that
i-'.r. .Mr. roote, 0f tho Presbytorian
" city, nnd received and ac-
ptl a call from a congregation of his
denomination "l Louis. Wo havo
karni-i that the rumor is true. In losing
- uur community loses a valua
ble, memwer-ono who, during his res!
oenco in Cairo, lias made a host of warm
persona, rrna,, Ho is n oxi;!,lent
prcacner. and was very popular among
".uvra ui nis cnurch. Into society
no carries nonoof the Aminldab Sleekl.m
of tho cloth, but is a social, companionablo
gentleman who has not tauchi IiIumpH
mat 1110 eliquet of his profession debari.
mm irum tawing nn interest in tho affairs
or tlio world. Ave very much regrut, as
u. inn menus win, mat lie has conolud-
en to seek another Held of labor and use
v.uu jinqieriy, iuo acres of good land
wiwiin onu mile Iina ft half of Hickman
nviiiuuiiy, wiin goou Drick house and all
iweaaaryouiommuigl. The placu also
lias 011 It ono thousand fruit trees, 1'0
lurther Information npply to
Jab. Mallory, Steamooat A cent.
IN GENERAL, I
-Is tho hub factory to ho indefinitely
-On the lovec, yestorday, nasty though
the day was, business was fair to mid
dling. Nutting Is becoming fashionable with
the buys, nnd marbles has grown into 11
Lust year the county received $13,000
from tho state; this year, only $3,000.
What t tho mattor ?
Tho weather of tbo past fow days has
been gloomy. If our river reporter docs
not abuso it according to its deserts wo
shall bn compelled to take up the cudgel
Safford, Morris A: Candcchavoa word
or two words to say this morning on tho
subject of insurance, and to that word or
two words we desire to drnw tho attention
of our readers.
PetcrStyles, while experimenting with
Fad u cah whisky ycslcrdny, became drunk
and disordorly, nn offense against good
manners not toloratcd in Cairo. Ho was
fined by Squiro Shanncssv f5 and costs.
Tho flnost of grocorios at Blxby &
Kochler's. Their grocery, on Eighth street
between Washington nnd Commercial
avenues, is a model of neatness, and thcro
la nothing in their lino which they do not
keep constantly on hand, and deliver in
any part of tho city.
Lohning & Koblor merchant tailors,
Eighth street between Washington nnd
Commercial avenues, opposite Hnnny's
dry goods store, havo always on hand a
flno lino of genllomen's furnishing goods,
nnd fill orders promptly guaranteeing sat
isfaction. Give them a call.
Tho JJuder IJros. have Just received a
splondld nssortment of new watches,
clocks, etc., to which they cnll tho especial
attention of the public. They have nlso
nil the necessary machinery for manufac
turing jewelry and arc workmen who have
no superiors in their line in the west.
Wo desiro to say that the .Vim has
crushed us. That answer to our unfash
ionable article did the business. Wo sur
render at discretion. Cairo i.s n fashiona
ble city. All tho ladies buy their "fixins"
from Mrs. Swandors or Mrs. McGce, aud
their shoes from lllirk or Elliott & Hay
Messrs. Ilowman & Hauenstiao have
prepared at great expense after much
labor a map of tho city of Cairo, beauti
fully executed and perfect in all its de
tails. They will havo it lithographed, and
offer it for sale to our citizens. Every
merchant, professional man and mechanic
should buy one or moro, and those who
do will never regret the purchase.
Charles Summer would bo dolightcd
with Cairo. There is n barbnr shop on
Commercial avenue, below Fifth street, in
which whites nud blacks aro shaved in
discriminately. A white man in ono chair
and a black man in another i a spcctaclo
frequently seen. We, in this part of thu
vineyard, havo walked up tojthe trough of
human equality and nro munching the
fodder with n rolish.
-A merchant of this city while being
haved nt Alba's barber shop latelv, lost
his pocket book contnininc $300. It
dropped on the floor and was found by the
proprietor, who returned it to the owner
ftcr ho was satisfied that the careless
gentleman did not know what had be
come of it. This shows how important it
is to bo shaved in the shop of an honest
man whou towels are clean, razors sharp
nnd band skillful at bis business. Pat
An attempt to rob the grocery store
of liixby ii Kochlcr, was made on Monday
ight. Tho theives effected an entrance
and put out tho gas light which is always
kept burning, and wero nt work when
Officers Robertson and Mchnor passed
y tho store, nnd noticing that tho light
had been extinguished suspected tho pres
ence of n very huge mico nnd mado nn
investigation of the premises. The
thieves, on tho nlort for intruders, suc
ceeded in making their escape, lenvlng
their plunder behind them.
It ha9 been remarked by gentlemen
versed in the wonderful knowlcdgo of tho
rt of knowing everything, that the four-nd-twenty
blackbirds which were baked
in n pie and tat before thu king, and when
the pie was opened tho birds began to sing,
were killed at onn discharge of a shot gun,
which shot was as nothing to that mado by
uniccr Jtobcrtson, ol our police force, who
brought down, by the simultaneous dis
charge of tho barrels of bin doublo-barrolcd
hot gun, flfly-and-slx rlco blackbirds,
which ho mado Into a pio and sat before
himself. Call the first witness.
"1 ho funeral .o.ason," says tho Ken
tucky 1'adueahiaH, " is jiut commencing
111 vmiu aim tviii UO in 1U11 LlttSt In the
courso of two or throo woiks." Mav tho
devil havo morcy on that witty Hor's jok
ing mui, ior mem lias not been a doath in
tint cny lor over u year thnt is to say, a
death from a disease contracted hero. Say.
oral persons who visited Paducah camo
back and died, with the warning words on
thoir lips : Ilowaro of Paducah : th man
who visits it and noglects to kill himself
la lit lor murder, treason, stratagem
apous, nna, 01 course, ;therefoi0 an un
. 1 1 . . a
fit citizen of Cairo."
-The Chicago Sun pays this tribnto to
Cairo h liberality :
Of all tho many hundred places through
out the longth and breadth of the landtbat
havo done o much for suffarlng bumunltv
in Chicago, no place has done more nobly
than tho noblo city of Cairo.
fw5,twnl.s ' ? "V11"1 ,oulh of"8. over 52,-
OHO wnrth nf fond .1.. 1 wi
that gallant city before the flames had
uuun auuuuw. miuil i.-om this, a largo
nmount of money hat been k:.s,.;:i..i S.i
paidovor, which has "accomplished that
'"ti"'"" un., i neso l rtu cm.
with no nourish of trum,,,. . V.'ie
ll v loitered cars, but tl ,1 1 2 " "
hundreds who, during that eventful Mon-
mij, woru unvuu irum uomo by tho flames,
and wero wandoring houseless and friond-
is upon mo prairie. Smely Cairo has
muuhu iiurauii io me UMcBgo by lies of af
" "o may novor lio broken.
Jobokniio.v has just received a lire
NOVEMBER 1, 1871.
Tlif-u French Cherries, in syrup, so
popular with connoisour. nro sold by Jor
Go to Jorgenscn's for imported Dun
dee ornngo mnrmalado, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, nnd
hoico Genoese figs. tf
AVhere aro you going? To the plucu
number C3, Ohio levee, where they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish and game, and
tho flnost wines, liquors nnd cigars to bo
'ound in tho city. Open at nil hours, day
or night. J. E. Pauics. '
AVhatovcr may bo said about flno
beef, nnd howover thick pratso of tho beef
of other batchers may bo spread, tho fact
remains that Nick AVDllams will not nd
mlt that any other butcher In the city
keeps for sale as fine beef ns thnt which
ho sells at his popular moot market at tho
corner of Poplar nnd Twentieth streets.
Give him n call. tf
Taber Ilrothcrs, having obtnincd for
their watch department somo of tho very
best workmen to bo found, aro now pre
pared to turn out work In that lino with
but little delay. Thoso having fine and
difficult work requiring tho most skillful
workmen may now bo nssured of obtaining
satisfaction. Thu finest patterns of Jew
elry, as usual, aro mado lo order at prices
that dofy competition. oct20tf.
Tho Chicago Ucor Saloon, AVm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 'JO and 28 Eighth
street, is a fnvorito place of resort with nil
lovers of AVeiss' Beer, Liquors of every
description, and all kinds of foreign and
home AVincs. No ordinary liquors aro
disponsed nt tho bar of tho saloon only
tho very best, and guests find in nttend
anco polito nnd accomodating wnltors. A
free lunch is spread every day nt 10
Peter Saup has opened a brnnno w oy
ter saloon, 102 Commercial nvenue, whero
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, the largest and most delicious In
tho clty,whlch lie will sell tho by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with tho oxprcss view of supplying
gentlemen nnd ladies with a placo where
they may enjoy n meal of theso toothsome
bivalves quietly, without being disturbed
by tho bustle nnd noises Incidental to tho
cornmonplitco restaurant oyster room.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALE-
THE TWENTV-BIXTH Or IlKCP.MIIKK FIXED
AS TIIK DAY ON WHICH THE DRAWINd
will come orr.
Determined to dispose of all tho tickets
in his lottery sale.Mr. F. A'incent has con
cluded to postpone tin: drawing until the
2Cth of December. Ho Is now giving tho
matter hi devoted attention, and is meet
ing with the most gratifying success on
every hand. During n recent trip to Grand
Tower and other neighboring towns he
disposed of nearly ono thousand tickets,
and the demand is rapidly increasing, the
drawing will not tail to como off on tho
Thrtru nre six prizes, the principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residence, that waserected at a co't of $10,
000. The remaining five prizes are a
Lot 31, block 1, 3d nddition to the cltv
of Cairo, valued nt $500.
Lot 32, block -1, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, vnlued nt $300.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition tho city of
Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to the citv of
Cairo, valued At 5-.JU0.
Lot 17, block 45. in tho city of Cairo
Illinois, vaiuea nt ;wy. octuitt
The best stock or genuine French calf
n tbo city may be found at AVm. Ehlers'
shop on Twentieth street, opposite tho
Court Houso hotel. If you want a good,
neat-fitting pair of boots, shoes, slippers
mado on short notice, nnd icarrnnted, cnll
Fresh Oysters. I nm now receiving
dally, tho celebrated C. S.Multby's H. nnd
M. brand of fresh oysters, which nre unri
valled, nnd for salo by tho can or case on
the most rcasonablo terms, try them, nl-
ways warranted good nnd Iresn.
11 V M. WINTER.
Strayed $15 reward. A black,
hoavy-set maro mule, about 14 hands
high, 8 years old, yellow nose, shod all
around, tnil nnd main very bushy. AVhcn
last seen had a halter on. Strayed from
Cairo on or ubout October 4th, 1871. I
will pay the nbovo to uny person or per
sons who will return or glvo nny Informa
tion of her whereabouts.
John AV. Muri-hy,
Octl02wd. Twelfth street, Cairo, Ills.
D. Lnmpert has removed his shop
from Ohio Lovco to Eigth, between Com
mercial and Lovec, and ho now invites
bis friends to ono of tho best fitted shops
In tho city. Everything is kept in tho
neatest and bett manner Mjsslblo ; snow
white towels, bright, keen rnzors, puro
wnter, frngrant soaps, clear oils and lino
perfumery. Smooth shavos, thorough
shampoos, fashionable hair-cutting, hair-
curling or dressing for gentlemen, ladies
or children, nnd polito attention is always
in readiness for thoso who favor him with
their patronage. octodlm.
The Sample Koom. Mr. P. Fitzger
ald's sample room, at tho cornor of Four
teenth street and Commercial nvonuo, is
supplied with as fine a stock of winos
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
was ovor offored for halo in this city. Mr.
F, is doing a wholesale business, and be
ing thoroughly acquainted with thn bus!
nest in which ho has ombarked, fools con
fident of his ability to sell his goods as
cheap, if not cheaper, than any other es
tablishment in the city. Ho solicits a
sharo of tho public patronnge. octl8tf.
Rki.iaiile and Safe. Dr. Honry Root
and Plant Pills nro mild and pleasant in
thoir oporatlon, yet throrough, producing
no nnusoa or griping, liolng entirely
vegetnblc, thoy can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. Thoy arouso tho
livor and secretive organs into healthy
action, throwing off disoaso without ex
hausting or debilitating tho Bystcm. Try
them nnd you will bo satisfied. Prico 25
cents a box. Sold by druggists anddoal-
crs in medicine every whoro. Preparod by
Paul G. Hchuh soils Rnltingcr's modi
Jiiin.K iMiick Clam, (riunhnuKiJ nt
Tut: best Knsi Indlndry preserved cln-
gor nt .lorgensenV. jf.
OvKTF.nv. Louis Herbert bus nlwna on
hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Hock oys
Auamh' dry corned fish, n most delicious
nrticlc, in nbundnncc nt Jorgcnscn's gro
eory store. tf.
AVanted At tho Delmonlco Hotel ono
hundred weekly boarders. Flvo meals
each dny, prico $0 per week.
nug29tf AVm. Wistkr.
For Sale. A Grovor A: Hnkcr sewing
machine, in perfect order nnd but little
used. Any ono wishing to purchase may
make a good bargain by application at this
Fori good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures lo bo copied, call on
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial nvenue. Ho
s n good workman. Give him n trial.
Economy. lly using Mrs. Whitcomb's
Syrup for children many n doctor's bill
enn bo saved nnd much suffering nvortcd.
Read tho advertisements in another cob
Just IIkceivkh. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial nvenue
nnd Poplar street, has just received nnd In
tore 1,000 doors und 1,000 window nnd
MAiuiiAnE GuiPK. Interesting work
numerous cngrnvings, 221 pages. Price
50 conls. Address Dr. Ilutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis.
Mo. Sco Advertisement. tf
Ruick Stoke for P.Ksr. The brick
store, No. 76, Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. M. Stockllcth, Kq., is offered for
rent, nnd will bo vacant on the 18th In-t.
Apply to Jso. It. Piiillic.
Stkaved $5 reward. Strayed away
about two months ago, from tho Academy
of Lorctto, ono red cow, about C ycnr old,
end of tall white and white under her
belly. I will pay thu nbovo reward for her
return to the ncademv. AVhon she left
Cairo sho wns on the point of cnlving.
The family grocery store of liixby fc
Koehlcr is being patronized largely by peo
ple who liko fine groceries. Their location
on the north side of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial nnd AVasbington nv
enues, is n central one, nnd their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this new candidatu for public patron,
ago meets exactly the wants of tho peo.
pie. Messrs. Kochler fc liixby propose to
keep up their reputation by ulwajs selling
tho best of nil sorts of groceries to their
patrons and the public, knowing that peo
pie Generally aro nwnro of tho fact that
rally good articles of nny kind nre nl
ways' the cheapest in the end. tf
Stcnmcr Glcncee, NewOrlonns.
" Mallio Ragon, Memphis.
" S. S. Merrill, St. LouU.
" Suslo Silver, Now Orleans.
" Commonwealth, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Caluiubus.
" James Fisk, Jr. Paducah.
" S. Hayes, St. Louis.
' St. Joseph, St. Loui".
Steamer Glcncoe, St. Louis.
" S.S. Met rill, New Orleans.
" Suslo Silver, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus,
" James Fisk, Jr. Paducah.
" St. Joseph, McmpLis.
Hero tho Ohio is again stationary and
in tho language of tho roustabouts wo say
"Oh, don't let her go back again." Tho
lato riso at F.vnusville has about had time
to get down this far nnd probably that nc
counts for the river being on n stand still
At St. IL'iui. tho rivo rls rising again
Daring tho last two weeks that river, if
such it may bo called, has changed it's po
sitlon at least a dozen times. Tim clian
n el to Puducnh is getting bad again nnd
in order to nrrivo nn tiniu tho packet had
to tow n lighter. To St. Louis tho rive
is still in n very bad condition. Dogtootl
is now about thu worst place; the dredg
ing thnt thoOctnvia gave it. did not do n
purticlo of good for it filled up as fast as it
was cut out. A fow hours after it wn
dredged, n couplu of loats came through
drawing but 4 foet, and had hard work to
keep from sticking. Thero is only on
placu between hero nnd St. Louis thnt can
be dredged to do nny good, and that is nt
Power's island, whoro the bed of tho rive
is a compound of gravel nnd'will not fill 1
The Ragon from Memphis had 8." bales
cotton, Sho has got her belly full
Memphis nnd will keop nwny from that
placu for nwhilo. Her officers reported
tho lovco as buing in a perpendicular con
dltlon and not fit to put freight on. Th
laborers domaml 40 cents per hour nn
nt that will not work onlv as suit them.
Aftor thoy havo tickets givun thorn they
begin to rat and slip off up town nn
when thoy aro paid thoy want full tim
and generally havo tho thing arranged so
that tho boats nro compelled to pay them
Tho S. S. Merrill, for Now Orleans, hnd
u good trip. Our old friond. Ed. Young,
Is on her In tho capacity of second clerk
Ed. wns on tho whnrfbout horo at ono
time, nnd mndo for hlmsolf many friend
by his gentlemanly qualities.
Tho Susio Silver, from Now Orlcan
had u fair trip for St. Louis.
Tho Commonwealth cniiioout with tw
barges in tow. Sho was nground for 48
hours nt Dogtooth nud had n hard tin)
getting oil'. Sho loaves for Now Orleans
Yesterday business wns veryjfair on thu
landing cnnstdorlng what n nasty wot day
it was. Thero Is n largo nmount of grni
being shipped from this placo nnd n con
tinual train of drnys nud wngons nro en
gaged ovory day transferring it from tho
Luinsdcn, up the Mississippi where ho
will stop nt tlio first placo tbat ho thinlts
will pay him to do so. Klio onlv draws 22
inches lighl, arid could bring out n fair
oad on four feet. Ho will ulncn her bj-
ween hero nnd St. Louis.
Tho Glenceo, from New Orleans, had
,000 bars railroad iron nnd n largo tot of !
ssortcd freight f..r St. Lciils. She wulti,d
II fi'ghl fur dnvliglit.
Thu Fisk brought down a fair trip. Sho
ad her lighter in tow.
Tho Thayer has been up nbovo St,
'ui$, pulling snags, She Is now on her
way south to engage In the same business.
urn. Joseph, from fit- Louis, had a I
splendid trip for Mmnphls, and arrived on
good time. Hho reported tho river clear
J ho many friends of Mr. Wood MaHnl
will bo sorry to learn of hit doath, whlchl
iccurcd a resr days ago at bis homo. Hel
wns connected with Phillips' and 1. 0 .11. R.J
whnrfbonl but a few months ago, and rodJ
many friends whilo a retldent of our cltr I
His disease was consumption, of whicbl
ui had been sulfering for somo lime.
LOUI S .1 O II G K N S E N,
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
1'iirmer'a Ynnl unit Mlabllnar
Cor. Washington-ar and Twentieth-M j
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared lo supply en.u.iiier wlili th b
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOI
Oltl)F.Its lefl at llalliday llro.. office, 70 OH
I I V nr nt Hi I r al Tird below the
iare HOlel, win reoeiTe prumpi .nuii'.u. I
Pill: TL'O ' MO.NTAl'K ' w.ll I.'inccoal aloi i
JAH I ITTIJIN.
I". S. Ml'HHAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTE"
HAS REMOVED rnoM FERRY H0L'E .
IiKICK I1UILDINO o.v SEA'ENTH I '
orpoiTi: winter's block, '
OA 1110. ILLINOIS.
KB has Kreatly improTed Ins stock, and
now on hand all klodi of
HALL I.IOH' j
II K HAS MARKED DOAVN PRIC ,
o the loTeiit living fliiuret, and he Invitta 1
liA'ron.'.e n Ihe plll.llc.
MOO HE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornament
DerorHllve I'nperliniiKlnir, KtiUon)
Dono in tho hlRhe.t style ot the art, am
ral.a that Jely competition.
S1I0F IS FERRY HOUSE, CORNER OF I
STREET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
CAHL L. THOMAS,
is prepared to do all kinds of plain and orrjj
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANOI
HI ON WRITINO, ETC.,
At flgurea which defy all competlon, and In
highest style tf the painter's art.
SHOP IN THEPERRY IIOUSIi
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE .j
EIOI1TII BTREE T.
I'AINTfi, OILN, !
, r. rARKtn, i. r. L, i
l'AHKEH k BLAKE,
PFALFIli l.S '
WALL PAPER, PAINT
I'ully, Ileiicltie, Cntjollne,
And the celebrated illuminating
lmoss' nuiLDiNo, cor. 11xii-st, & cfl