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TKWfii IK'S GUIDE.
. , iianofTiiK Illinois central n.n
ii. an I anr Huwlay, '." ,4". J"1. "e follow
ing hn-tt'r i)r(Ji)rn Ilia arrival and depart
. r nuMretr trains at Calroi
( .,, Mil irnln, dally. - 11:45 p.m.
J,"!!.!", ltW. ...,.. .- '2.45 l. til
. . ;l.il.dllly..... 3JOn,n.
Impress, dallr. except fltmday 3:30 p.m
K nii.nof rr from i:iro o 81. l.oula. No
'iMire w cart from Curo In Clilcago. KIf,nl
.unitig Root) tleeptiiK cars oo night trams
MUX ehecXed t all imjiortDt n-'lnt.
All persons who bate not T't ',,r"" i ,rnr
.nllclea In the. A.otn, -"' '"If? nV..I I IT.
CAIRO AN J) TuUISYU'l'R
X. O. nr.n.i.t, .Tiiatiier.
I eatri Cairo ereiy 9ATUIMAY t 5 o'clock p.m.
Vor frlhtor pijsajio npi'i j on uuaruur 10
JAN. I1IM.. A't
pendent insurance ceniln.c; are .... .
panics ;V'nf;7,;,,,,, lio,! of their pro
nd tlml for frV,i.-r th.lr policies' for
porty ney h ' ' . "! nr i,,, sc:lt lo'll.e vpee
eanceilalhro. H'J ( ;'r , rinnliima, mid in lt
n.-vr p 'Sn. wed.., If" "Old .Tllim." Hid
...V A ld" ll.Mmr... "" "hre-prooi riioenir
J i minv other flfl.H! companies, are n.
" "!i V 10 i Place riks l.i tho nust secure lusiirnnca
cW' MgJ'5-o,,,,,, CAM.EE.
no lil.1t Insurance AKents.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1871.
TU- undersigned I" desirous of pelting Ids
.toi:i:, at V11.1.A iiinrK,
Luildiriz and stock, md mil do so on (lie most
reasonable teitn ... . .
Tlil stand In ont of the bet m the state, tor
fnrinrr mioriii.ttion, Inquire of or address
r. A, 1UIUII, 111,1 Hill)!.". 111".
Nntemtcrit, 17I. noUiw
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL nOAT. '
T.le splendid steamer
euro U .V, tsiuliy. excepted) t 4
B. F,r IHUI.I r PiXS. -'Jn bo.rdo,
VOW SAliE,UjJ; J SALK,
Faro from I.tvEitvoot, '
Fure from Lo.vdc.vukbry
Pure from Glasgow,
Fure from Qukesstowx
OAIUO, :::::::: $48-
Saffnrl, Morrit i C
IN MAN LINK'
I.irtrpo&l .New.Toik nJ Plilhddpliia
VIMIk COMUfl Willi VMTKD I1I)ID Biitun
Pur Crrjing tun Malls.
roH passaTTk tickets
OK ItlTHFt IirOtV.TIOX
APPLY TO JOHN 0. DAJ.K, Aot.
l5Brondwy, New-Votk, ertn
Wahinston Atnue, Cairo. doi. s
Th. niitinU Oi.ip.I Uu.t lt.ia.1 Coiiitunv now
Oder for fule tho lollowlnKilefcrlbod loin Io r"ils
Addlllonto Hie uiijr oi (.oiro, i i
Lot 27 Mock 1W. Lot V OiicU M,
IS " iO, -
11 H, " 31 " 8.',
. j . H III ' SI.
Furlerm.,le. apply to JA5IEH.I0II.NS0V
The Commercial Hotel rill le rented onfaor
aMetenn". Ponaeilon kIt i m m "J J P
0C124IIJ v;. ni.wiu.it
The Iurb nnd comtnodloua dwelllnc houe
situated on l'.lxhlli between Walnut and Wash
iBKton (oppoi.totlip J'e.brterlan Church) l for
rent. Kor lerm. etc.( apply to
THOMAS. fiftEEN it AI.DEN,
Ohio l.erea, Cairo, Ilia.
PablUhrd every naornlav. Mondiiy ex
THE POLITICAL POT.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M.l).
KESUtENCK ,'o. 21 Thirteenih itrMt, be.
titi-ea U'mliinsion arenueand Wnltint Mret,
inhe l j-iiommercial arcnne, up atalr.
U. W. DUNNING, Mr D.
RE'-IDEXCE-cornerXinth ami Walnut alu.
O.li-e comer ?ixth street nn.l Ohio leree.
urtice hour from C a.m. to M m , and 9 p.m
AL1 KN, ML'LKKY k WHKKLKR
TIip pot it simmering, but cannot bo
brought to a boil.
Now Orleans to Chlctgo: "Send your
grain to ut through Cairo." "Wo paueo I
for Ctiicugo's reply.
Tho nttneks of tho Sun on Mr. Mar
tin are terrible for to behold. Thoy are
crushers, nnd whore's tho fellow that says
they ore not ? Trot him out and let ut sco
the etupid ass I
Tho friends of Mcrtz in Cairo are
scarcer than honest office-holders in the
republican party, and thoso ho has arc
athamod of themselves. The fact of be
ing his political friend Is prima facta cvl
denco of their meanness. Fuct.
A very small vote will bo polled in tho
city nnd county next Tuesday. The peo
ple won't become excited. The long pol
of tho politicians has no effect upon them.
They oro tired. They want rest. Thoy
hnvo got into their little beds nnd can't bo
A great number of republicans will
vote for Mr. Martin. Thoy tay they
know Mr. Miller docs not want the office
nnd would not attend to it if ho wcro
elected, and they know Martin needs it
and would givo to tho performance of itn
duties all his tim: and attention. Sensi
ble mon I
Mr. Ward, the wood man, who was
facriflced by SVood and the infalliable
Pope of radicalism, has not boon heard
of lor several days. If ho had been a
Fisher man he would Imvo caught tho of
ficial whulo he throw his line for; but he
hni been ground between tho upper and
nclhur mill stone of disappointment by
Munn'e Miller. Sehuh shoo fly.
Mr. Miller' friomU nro averting that
Mr. Martin discriminated against Cairo in
his assessments : but. "f course they aro
stretching tho long bow, which is a polite
way of saying, they aro lying, lted-
mntrb assessment of town lots in lSti'J 1
was two millions one hundred and six
thousand thirty-fivo dollars : Martin'.s, in
1870, wat two millions cloven thousand
one hundred and forty-ilvo dollars, being
a reduction by Martin of ninety-four
thouinnd eight hundred and ninety dol
lar on the assessment of Cairo. On per-
tonal property, thu same yenr, li'm atiess
ment wa thirty-nine thousand and flfty
fceven dollar less than Redman's for the
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO ytlir bcfo,'- 1,1 1871 Mr- Martin's assess
'i , . , . .
nieiii oi iiiwn 101 was ono mintireu nnu
tovcnty-clght thousand llvo hundred and
flrty.six dollari less than his amen-
ment of 1870. Thin wo ce, that in two
yt-ars .Mr. .Mnrlin reduced the assessment
on Cairo property iivo humlrttl .icecnty
thrtr thousand four hundred forlU'six dol
lars . "While this is true, it is also truo
that the assessment ouUide of Cairo wut,
not reduced ; but, more land having beeu
put under cultivation than formerly, win
increased in the two Venn- several thous-
And yet the rudicals hum
the ell'rontcry to suy that Murtin hat not
toted fair with the eltv !
COl'XSEI.OP.S AT LAW,
' William.1. AlUn, ")
I .lolm II. MiilUy, I CAIUO. II.I.INOIH.
'imii. I ! Wtieelcr.J
i:t INtiMilar illenlion iafI In rivtr and ad
it nlit i u ne.
L" 1 11 E-o.er f ret Nalmiitil Hunk. Olnu l.etee.
illKKN k OILDEKT,
COUNSELOIW" AT ;LAW,
tf ilium U. een, ) 1
V lliain H fiilbtn, CAIHO. IM.lNolH.
lr?peeim attention fclTen to AdmUalty
urriCK OHIO l.KVKK, KOOMS 7 AND 8 OVKR
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
4t .imjj0 W
Holleiis all kinds ol rliks.
Mli7ll Aitent, Cairo. lolf.
SI HAM AND GAS FITTER ""'
asi mim i
; T. "umter'a material, Wuoi
- ""- " "UK lallo, slop
iua AOLtiT loa
TnlU Itrolliem faltul Itrj Uiu Jlrlt-r.
I Ji0. '.tl. ' .Co ? Autoinalic Wat,..
.... .., cu,,,,, ,KI,e ior steam boilna.
w 151 KB a
Tat tick VYoNiiKupcr. J APANKsn
Oiiekn Tka Pile Cubk It lma llftVt'P
failed in the moil stubborn casos. It
cures by absorption. No pain. No in
jurious substances. $5.00 itlven for every
authenticated failure. Sent by mail to
I'LQCK, eot mkucul-aye-sue, any address on receipt of price (11.00)
mm -.ijc oxira to ui,y liustllL'P. Orderi
iiiuh le uddretred
William W. Monnis & Co.,
Hole proprietors for United States and
Hritlsh Province. CI Fourth Avonuu
All nattiro smiled yesterday. It wn
n bully delightful day.
Under tho head of crimes should bo
placed tho folly of voting tho republican
"Old truths aro nlwnys now to us,"
says Uunyan. Any kind of truths would
be now to tho Sun.
It would bo n crimo to remain away
from Farini't concert at tho Athenteum
to-night it would, indeed.
Herman Meyer, tho well-known to
bacconist, will open Lit stock, (which is
unexcelled), In his new business house to
day. itailroad matters aro becoming very
encouraging If Durnsldc should turn
right side up with care, Cairo will bo "big
Injun I "
Tho thermometer, at 0.40 a. in., .stood
at 40, and at 8.40 p. m. at 67. In tho
morning tho weather was cloudy, in the
Tho pollco forco aro resting on their
oars. Thoy havo quieted the city by
their vigilance, and should gobbled tho few
romaining house brcakors who aro working
Mrs. Aurelia Schlesslnger,tho talent
ed vocalist, nnd her husband, who is n
singer of rnre merit, have consented to
nssist Signor Fnrini nt his grand concert
Weaver, late mato of tho Octavia,
died yesterday morning of the wounds re
ceived by him in a difficulty with ono of
tho cookt of tho steamor. Dr. Dunning
mado a yioi mortem examination of tho
Tho .S'iiii pronounces Signor Farini
"the best baritono that over trod tho
boards of a stage," which flxos tho thing.
We thought as much beforo, but now, tho
Sim having spoken, wc know our musical
judgment is sound.
A young man ot our city, led into tho
character-destroying business by n de
praved tnste, was detected yesterday in tho
aet of writing a poom on tho Chicago lire,
and was very properly and instantly hung
to a lamp post, as a lesson nnd a warning
to other thoughtless youths.
Tiekota to tho Farini concert to-night
aro only fifty centt reserved seats, seven-ty-flve
cents. Cheap. Any lover of good
music the music which only tho hand of
of a muster can bring out of a piano
would willingly give much more than tho
price of admission to hear Farini play the
"Mocking Biri," a arranged by himself
It is delicious.
It is the intention of tho contractor of
tho Cairo and St. Louis railroad to grade
the road through Alexander county dur
ing tho prciont fall nnd coming winter
to grade it, mark you, gentlemen of tho
ordinary high water mark grumbling hob
by above tho highest water mark
Wherefore, wo feel encouraged, and U
licvo our hopes nro becoming certainties.
On Suudav night thu tteamer Com
monwealth lauded at Dogtooth, in this
county to put off horses. Three of the
drovo cot loose and trotted off. Sheriff
Irvin, being informed of the escape, pur
sued tho runnwuvs and cnino up
with them near thu Jackson county
lino of Union county. Ho arrived in the
city with his horso prisoners yesterday
A Chicago sutl'erer, rejoicing in a no-e
thut would servo as a torch in tho
darkest corner of thu lowct collar of
Hades, was arrested yesterday for drunk
enness, but no convinced the officer that
ho was as sobur as Miller, the radical can
didate for treasuior, will be, after ho hears
the result of next Tuesdav's election.
" Drunk I" he exclaimed, " I'm not that
kindofaman. I'vo been sorrvever since
thcQru, me boy, and sorrow has a pecu
liar effect on my constitution. Drunk ?
Never. Its saduoss. Let's smile. "
"With his own proper eyes City Attor
ney Pope, yesterday, haw tho luborcrs
working on the Cairo nnd St. Louis rail-
road, rotir teams were running, and thu
foreman, Jim Kyan, informed Mr. Pope
that ho would, in n day or two, havo as
many men ami teams at work as he could
oversee. 'I lie embankment is being mado
thirty-two foot at the base, sloping tocight
feet ut the top from nine to twelve foot
in bight, abort the highest water mark
How about the ordinary high water grado?
A merchant of this city while being
shaved at Alba's barber shop lately, lost
his pocket book containing $300. It
dropped on the floor and was found by tho
proprietor, who retun.cd it to tho ownor
ufter he was satisfied thnt tho careless
gentleman did not know what had bo-come-
of it. This shows how important it
is to bo slmvud in thu shop of an honest
Mr. Win. II, Morris will donbnrltono
Bolo tc-nlght nt Fnrinl's concert.
Mr. Willlnnt .Martin has taken n short
journey into tho country precinct of the
Lioutonniit-Oovernor Dougherty Was
in the city yestorduy looking nftcr mat
tors private nnd political.
Mr. Paul O.SjIiuIi Wd J Is m gool a
vocalist as druggist, will do the Magic
Flute Cavitlna n. tho Fnrlnl concert to
night. Farini, whoso grand concert nt tho
Anthoncum to-night, will attract a very
largo audience, is ono of tho famous musi
cians of the day.
Phil Howard denies that ho has had a
chango of heatt, but ho docs insist, and
very strongly, too, that ho has tho best
meat that steamboats over used and knowt
how to sell It at figures away down.
Everybody in tho city knows Her
man Meyers to be a house builder of
good tasto. Ho throws all olhor Cairn
builders completely into tho hade, as ov
cry ono who will look at his now build
ing, with its really handsomo front, must
Mr. Ilolmos shook hands with tho po
lice forco yestordny and became a private
citizen. The business was not to his taste.
He did not lake to it kindly. While- on
duty, howovcr, ho vr very vigilant in tho
discharge of his duties, and gavo satisfac
tion to tho city officers and citizens.
Arthur IJoylo, whoso prosenro ucd to
bo fumiliar to our streets
and whose musical voico was
nlways tlnutlng tho battle cry
of freedom, or something of tho kind, docs
not linger with us now. Hois giving all
his time and attention 1" tho Southern
Illinois Normal University, and i doing
a splondid job, rapidly. Work does not
linger under Arthur's hand. Ho knows
how to crowd it through.
John Gockol'a residence on Sixth
street was burglarized Wednesday night,
nnd about 30 worth of jewelry nnd cloth
ing carried off.
Lnno's residence, in tho Fourth wavd .
was entered on Wednesday night by n
robber, who secured an overcoat to keep
from bis dclicato person the winds of tho
coming winter. He entered like daylight
through the window.
On Wednesday evening, two thieves
engaged passage from hero to New Mud
rid on tho steamer Capital City, paid their
fares and retired to bed. Tho boat laid at
the wharf nil night. In the morning
yesterday tho thieves wcro missing as
alsowcietho pocket books of six pas
sengers, containing nbout 1.00. No ar
rest yet. Arnold is on tho scent.
Night beforo last n barrel of whisky
was stolen oil' the Cairo city wharfbout.
Tho thieves threw it oil' thu stern into the
river nnd then picked it up with a skill'
and took it over to tho white lint boat on
tho opposite side of thu river. After day
light they came back nnd told Mr. Wright
that if he would givo them fifteen dollars
thoy would toll him whero Iho whisky was.
While they wcro making n bargain Mar
shal Cain and policeman Sheehau came
down and their arrest was ordered. At
tho time they were in n skill", and when in
formed that they wero wanted on the wharf
boat, tried to shove out into tho river.
A couplo of pistols wero brought to bear
on them, and they camo to port. Chief
Myers procured a, skiff and went over to
their boat, where the whisky was found.
intern Dulmonico is becoming a
popular institution with the public. Jack
knows how to keep hotel, nnd is rushing
Tho following wore tho arrivals utthe
St. Charles yesterduy; lit. -Gov. Jno'
Dougherty, Jonesboro; Hiram Calvin,
Caledonia; F. II. Vallcttc, St. Louis; K.O.
iligelow, Georgetown ; C. Frank Liebke,
St. Louis; II. J. Crane, St. Louis; Major
A. Ilium, Contralin; F. II. Aldon, Cincin
nati ; Capt. K. W. Dugun and family, Cin
cinnati; II. 11. O. Mill, Mound City; A.
F. Turner, Henderson, Ky.j A. K.Trabuc,
Hannibal, Mo.; H. Young, Charlotte Holl
Md.; 11. H. Newlun, New Orleans.
Tho following wero tho arrivals nt
tho Delnionico hotel, Win. Winter, pro
prietor, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 9 o'clock last night: J. M, Williams,
Jonesboro; D. Gibbs, Sonthoru express
company; John St. Leger, I)u (noiii;
Capt. II. Scott, F.vansvillej K. Hussey,
Kichviow, 111.; J. M. Tliroop, (icorgo
Tliroop, Hen. F. Kgan, Turn Ktter, .lacl
Thoio French Cherries, in oyrup, so
populnr with connolscur nro sold by Jor
Go to Jorgeiison's for Imported Dun
dco orango marmalade, tho eolobrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, nnd
h oico Genocso figs. tf
Whero nro you going? To tho place
number C3, Ohio lovcc, whero they keep
tho best frpsh oysters, fish nnd game, nnd
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars to bo
found in tho city. Open nt alt hours, day
or "lCht. J. E. I'aiiks. '
Whatever may bo said about flno
beef, nnd however thick pralso of tho beef
of othor bdtchcM may bo spread, tho fact
remains that Nick AVilliamt will not ad
mit that any other butchor in tho city
keeps for snlo as lino beof ns that which
ho sells at his popular meot market at tho
corner of Poplar and Twentieth street.
Givo him n call. tf
Tabor Brothers, bavine obtained for
tnoir watch department some of the very
best workmen to bo found, nro now pre
pared to turn out work in that lino with
but littlo delay. Those having flno nnd
difficult work requiring tho most skillful
workmen may now bo assured of obtaining
satisfaction. Tho finest patterns of jew
elry, ns usual, nro mnde to order at prices
that uoty competition. oct20tf.
Tho Chicago Beer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Noi. 20 and 28 Eighth
aticct, is a fnvorito placo of resort with all
lovers of Weiss Beer, Liquors of every
description, nnd nU kinds of foreign nnd
homo Wines. No ordinary liquors nro
dispensed at tho bar of tho saloon only
tho very best, nnd guests llnd in attend-
anco polite nnd accomodating waltors. A
freo lunch is spread ovcrv dny nt 10
o'clock a.m. ntinlTtf.
Peter Snup has opened ubrannow oys
tor saloon, 102 Commercial avenue, whero
ho will keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, the largest nnd most delicious in
thocity,which he will sell tho by case, can
or dozen. Tho saloon has been fitted up
with thu express view of supplying
gentlemen and ladies with a placo where
they may enjoy it meal of these toothsome
bivalves quiotly, without boing disturbed
by the bustlo nnd noises incidental to tho
commonplace restaurant oyster room.
D. Lamport has romoved his shop
from Ohio Levee to Eigth, between Com
mcrcial and Levee, and ho now invites
his friends to one of thu best titled shops
in tho city. Everything is kept in the
neatest and best manner possible ; snow
white towels, bright, keen razors, puro
water, fracrant soaiis, clear oils and Unu
perfumery. Smooth shaves, thorough
shampoos, fashionable hair-cutting, hair-
curling or dressing for gentlemen, ladies
or children, and polite attention is always
in readiness for those who favor him with
their patronage. octOdlm.
sells Bnttlngcr's medl.
Titr. best East India dry ureservod iriii-
gor at JorgonscnV. tf
Tub finest vanilla chocolate unsto in
glass, nt Jorgeiison's. tf.
Tnv tho American club fish, put un n
oil, to bo found nt Jorgonsen's.
Jowiknso.v lias just received n largo sup.
ply of Portland bltio berrlos. Try them, tf
Go to Dr. MeOauloy for Kattlngcr's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro tho chills
Oystkjis. Louis Herbert hns nlwns on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Kock oys
Mamuaok Ouidk. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
60 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis.
Mo. Sec Advcrtisctnf nt. tf
Economy. By uing Mrs. Whitcomb's
Syrup for children manv n doctor's bill
can bo saved and much suffering averted
Bead thu advertisements In another col
Si.r.Ki'i.so Booms ron Bent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tlonal Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
Fon Salk. AGrovcrtA: Baker sewing
machine, in perfect order nnd but littl
used. Any ono wishing to purchase may
make n good bargain by application nt thi
Foil good photographs, porcelain pic.
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call on
Thomas, No. l'J t Commercial avenue. He
s a good workman. Givo him n trial.
Hiiick Stork ion Bkxt. Tho brick
store, No. 78, Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. M. Stocklloth, Esq., is offered for
rent, and will bo vacant on tho 18th int
Apply to Jno. B. Piiillis
III) Nnlloiml Ilnnk lliillillnir.
Dftjpecl d attention paid to orders from ttosra-
boats nlcht or dny.'Su
Oenrirt.. Il.n l.nl... tnii.lv uilli Tli nltnl, I nnd
V., 1,1. i: ,.' .'" V.. i...... L...... ...
Commcrci.l aveii'ie, between I' nd lath atrecte,
ror thuM'roiiimndalioii ol Udle Mi l Kentleoiea
Olllio Upper nail ol llm eitv lla lnlle all Im
old and new Iriemla in v.-li l,u kl.nn. and aa-
C.'iC" U,",P ol'toallenlioiiiuid uno'iuali' (1 work
either In liair curling, cutting, fthavitiK orolm-
Cor. stlh-Hl. mid 'ouiuerelnl-nv.
Lii'in ioki'Ii and
OVLftdlea' nd children' hull ent an. I .l..m.
ttooed, either at the ehup or at lliuir own home.
"Tf.eiitletnen'r wbl.kera and hair dyad in a
entitle manner. sni(atetien tfuaranteed.
WJNKf. AND l.ltlUOIU.
W.m!""h. Scil UTTER,"
Tiik nr.sT stock of gciuinu French calf
in tho city may be found at Wm. Ehlers
shop on Twentieth street, opjiosito the
Court House hotel. It you want a good,
neat-fitting pair of boots, shoes, slippers
made on short notice, and tearranl'd, call
A. Baker, Capo Glrardaeu.
T. F. Eckcrt, Wreck Virginia.
Bcu A- Barges, bt. liuls.
Importer hmsI Wholruile Dealvr im
TOBACCO Ac CIf3-JV.ES. I
A Kiit for the iM.-nt brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
luilH.rlrtl Alt- of Different Kindt. J
II CAirtO. 11,I.I.NS.
F. M . STOCKFLETH,
incuMi evtiLi . iiooiut.
Beeliryer untl Wholesale Dealer
foreign and Dotnewtle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Lkvf.e, ;
nE keens on hand on.tanlly
JllOld Kentucky I o libon, Itje
a full tock ci
1 o Itbon, 10 e ana JionooKai
hela Whlskiee. French Hrandtei, Holland Gin I
Khineanl California wines. j.ojjii i
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALE-
TIIK TWKNTY-SIXT1I OF DKCKMIIKll KIXKD
AS TIIK DAY ON WHICH Til K MIAWINO
WILL COMK OFF.
Determined to dispose of all the tickets
in his lottery sale.Mr. F. Vincent has con
cluded to postpone thu drawing until the
'JGth of December. Ho Is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, nnd is meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
every hand. During a recent trip to Grand
Tower and other neighboring towns hu
disposed of nearly one thousand tickets,
and tho demnnd Is rapidly increasing, the
drawing will not fail to come off on the
. . . . ...
Tlmrij aro six prizes, tne principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residenco, that was erected at a cost of $10,-
000. The remaining live prizes aro ns
Lot 34, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $500.
Lot 32, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 30. block 4. 3d nddilion tho city of
Cuiro, valued nt $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to the city of
Cairo, valued at juo.
Lot 17. block 45. in tho citv of Cairo
Illinois, valued nt $300. octCdtf
Ahams' dry corned fish, a most delicious
nrticlc, in nbundanco at Jorgenson s gro-
Stiiaybo $5. hkwaho. Strayed awoy
about two months ago, from the Academy
of Loretto, ono red cow, about 0 years old,
end of tail whlto and white under her
belly. 1 will pay tho nbovo rownrd for her
roturn to the neademy. When she left
Cairo she was on the point of calving.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
AUttllLEU & BROTHER
Hate reopened the
1'OPII.AII Mi: AT MAHUKT,
neililon GIvm iln.7? '"I'"1' 'I bey del; eon
, . -' septJltf
JA.MJ-.& KYN ASTON,
The family grocery store of Blxbv &
Koehlcr Is being patronized largely by peo
ple who like fine groceries. Their location
on tho north side of Eighth itroet. 1.
j twoen Commercial and Washington av
enues, is a central one, und their ttock has
been selected with discrimination (V,.r.
I.u.cl.e. anl uenit-r I., .a. ,,, rrf- fore thi. new candidate for public patron-
hs-iii, "8 ee" exnetly the wauts of tho pco-
Coa,ra .Vim im mii am Punau bia.iT --. ivoeuicr dc Hlxby prnposo to
AOAIR . I M, now. l'l UP ")ir reputation by always teliw
RUYis and aUiiglitvra only the very Lett raiiu, 1 1 " bw r 'ort. of groceries to their
.ItTnarJ for frsli meal, from ,VJ und to ten Z " " U,t) mWlc. knowing that poo
Heard, Thoodoro Beard nnd James How-
man whose towels aro clean, razors sharp ord, steamer Mallio ilagon; 0. F. Hnseu
and hand skillful at his business. Pat- Louisville : Oswald Irvintr. Milwaukee
Suup has received, in anticipation of
the holidays, a very largo and varied stock
of toys. Hu always is first in this depart
ment, and is recognized ns par excellent,
the toy man of Cairo. Thcro it nothing
that can bo thought of to tickle the juven
ile fancy that hu has not laid in stock not
a tmall assortment, but one largo onough
to make happy all tho boys and
girls of Alexander county, and furnish
a big stock to etch of tho Jobbers in all the'
townt surrounding Cairo, within a radius
of a hundred miles, at St. Louis and Cin
cinnati prices. Tho attention of the gen
eral public, and especially of small dcalcrt
is particularly invited to Mr. Saup't ttock.
The merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
John F. Clulery, t'apo Girardeau, D. II
Waters, wife nnd daughter, Pittsburg; Ed
wnrd S. Jones, Nashville; Mrs. J.W. Lin
cy, Littlo Bock; Mrs. B. B. Hurdon, Co
ltiiubuB; J. A. Fullcrtoii, lady and child,
Huyspolnt, Mo.; Dr. B.M.Shclton, Bland
vlllo; John Tliroop, steamer Mallle Ba
gon; J. Anderson, Mound City; James
Muring, Dayton, O.; F. W. Down, steam
er Ada Ilollman ; John Sanders, Colum
bus; Wm. F. Scott, La Salle, 111.; F. Mol
chcr, St. Louis.
I .TAK'K W.tlrHK
avo Mitm in
Eighth Stkket, Betwjjen Wahui.noto.v
and commeucul aybnuks,
AU(tttff KlltnboHe at llauu'K.
Kaen the heal of JJeaf, Pork, Mijllcu, Veul
l.amb, Hauage, etc , hUd are prepaied to erro
ciureoi id mo input Hccei.ia.Jia nwarn-r rgvi.
. -- ?-v.Hi0 urouwuro of thu fuel
-") koou art cles of unv kind
ways tl,, cheapen In th0Uo,.
W U'TVI, a,. 11.
Cairo property, ICO aero, of ,,,,
wimiii onu iiuiu una a im)f of Hickman,
""i "" rw" nousu and nil
- ....ii.,, ,,,i .
uKs.vmif out uuiiuinga. i lit) j,)M n)0
hat on it onu thousand fruit trees. For
uirther Information apply to
Jas. Mallokt, Steamboat Agent.
Aoknth Wantkd. An experienced
agent wanted for each county in the United
States. Business lucrative, permanent and
resroctublo. From $5 to $7 per day, cash,
guaranteed to the right man. Nono ncod
apply unless possessed of sterling business
Lehning & Kobler, on the south side of habits, not afraid of work, and well recom-
Eighth street bolwcen Washlncton nnd mended. Address
Commercial avenues, opposite Hunny't
dry-goods ttorc, has boon open only n few
weens ana already theso gontlemo aro oh
talnlng a fair tharo of tho patronage
of the public. They aro both practical
moil flrat-cluis mechanics and aro will
ing to guarantee antiafactory work. Tlicv
koep on hand always a full line of piece
goons, io wnicu uioy direct tlio uttentlon
of all who wi.li to have made clothes
that are worth the money paid for them.
Cleaning and repairing dono neatly at
William W. Momua & Co.,
01 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Just Bkcisivkd. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial avenue
and Poplar ttrcet, has just received and in
tore 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
For Salk. A cottage on l'Jth ttroet
containing l rooms, clstorn and out
houses complete. Apply to
Stkaykd $15 itKWAKP. A black,
heavy-set in are mule, about 11 hands
high, 8 years old, yellow nose, shod nil
around, tail nnd main very busliy. When
Inst scon had ft hultcr on. Strayed from
Cairo on or nbout October 4th, 1871. I
will pay tho above to any person or per
sons who will return or givo nny infornia
tlou ot nor wnorcauouis.
John W. MunniY,
OctI92wd. Twolfth stroet, Cairo, Ills
Bkliaiilk anii Safk. Dr. Honry Boot
and Plant Pills aro mild and pleasant In
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. Being entirely
vogotable, thoy can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. Thoy arouso tho
liver and secretivo organs into hoalthy
action, throwing ofl dlsoaso without ex
hausllng or debilitating the uystom, Try
them and you will bo sutisflod. Prico 25
conta a box. Sold by druggists and deal
era in medicine everywhere. Prepared by
tho Grafton Medicino company, St. Louis,
Thk Samplk Boom, Mr. P. Fitzger
ald sample room, at tho corner of Four
James Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
J. J. Abert, Lower MI'S.
Ada Hellmen, .Memphis.
Steamer Capital City, N. O.
" t.. A. Uiirlee, -.u.
' Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
Since our last report the river has been
stationery at this jilucc. At Cincinnati
tho river is still swelling a little, nnd navi
gation is improved to n a until extent be
tween Cincinnati nnd Louivillo. The
channel to St. Loui- is getting better, and
packets aro bringing down very good trip.
Thorn is now about 43 feet to St. Louis.
Boats leaving hero for bilow can load to
tlx feet without danger of grounding. He-
low hero tho river is in a very Huge.
Beeves' bar, below Memphis, has been
giving steamers n great deal of trouble.
Thcro it six feet of water thcro now. At
Ouincv tho river is uiraiu stationary. The
river is falling again nt Pittsburg, with dl
inches in the channel.
The wcathor, yesterday, was clear and a
littlo cool. Business on the landing was
During thu month of October there was
271 steamboat arrivals at this port being
7.ri tnnrn nrriv als then was renortod by the
hrnbor mastor nt St. Louis.
Tho Capital Citv departed for Now Or
leans with a good trip of freight and peo
ple. She had on board n company of
"black boys in blue "who aro going to
Dr. Tims. J. Grfliths, surgeon in chargo
of the United States inarino hospital at
Louisville, retiorts the following as tho
condition of tho hospital during tho month
of October, 1871 : Numborof patients re
maining tho last dny of Soptombor, 133 ;
number of patients admitted during tho
month of October, 12 ; treated, lio; dis
charged. 'J8 ; dtud, 2; remaining, .5; pri
vate patients treated, 8.
Tho Bakor came in from Capo (jirar-
doau with 272 bbls. flour ; 485 empty bhls;
100 sacks bran and 50 bbls. Lime.
Tho Eckcrt came up from tho wreck of
tho Virginia with the doctor, shafts nnd n
lot of freight. Sho has got everything out
of thu wreck except the englno nnd boil
ors. Thu littlo Sampson will tako them
out. Tho .Ttachinory will bo shipped to
St. Louis whero It will bo sold.
Tho Beo arrived yesterday willi il loaded
Tho DurlVo cleared for Now Orlcuns,
with hor guards on tho water.
The Illinois brought up 28 bales of col
ton for tho cast.
ThcJ.S. Abort came up for stores nnd
coal, When sho will go to work, wo uro
Tho Ada Heilmati from Memphis had
30 bales cotton. Sho will load bore again
for Memphis. She roportcd no boats
acruund bolow horu.
Tho Lucy Bortram will bohoro to-day
fenm New Orleans lllld will load hero for
a roturn trip.
Mr. Weaver mato of the Octavia, died
yesterday from tho stubs ho received u low
days ngo. His body will bo tnken to in
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
r.lOIITH STHKKT, 1IETWEKN WASIIINOTO
AND COMMERCIAL AYENU1,
lla. put reeeired a fllll and splendid t ne uf J
fire.s trimmings, nlk Rlnip-s silk galoon, an
pure lacee, tno". irnnmlns, ciocKei ouuon
..ii, ...it! i.tittan. itlu.h and trimming ve
! hni. mi'i Imnnrt.. tine kid slotes, ladies' ai
childrens'ahi', Mid a full and complete stock
h linovv Mini Pancv L00U1
All of which ahe prupo.ca to sell at
TIIK VERY I.OWEHT CASH PRICK
F. S. MURRAY,
i GAS AND STEAM FITTED
HAS REMOVED 1'ltOM PKnilY HOUSE
teonth street and' Commcicinl avenue, it dianapolu to-day whoro it will bo interred.
supplied with as flno n stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cignrs, cto., as
was evor offered for salo in tills city. Mr
F, is doing n wholesale business, and bo
ing thoroughly acquainted with tho busl
ncss in which ho bus embarked, fcols con
Tho Bollo St., Louis after a few days
spent in idloncjs.raised steam last evening
and loft for St. Louis to-day.
Dispatchos fram Now Orleans sayt tho
steamer Loulsvillo loft that port for Louis-
vlllo. Few over hen rd ot thu like of
Uont of his nbilitv to sail his coods as that, n boat of her aizo rrolnir to Loulsvillo
cheap, If not cheaper, than nnv othor cs- when thero Is onlv nbout two feet wator in
.i.it:.i . i.. . ',, .. . . i . . . . r, in
..vuouuiuiii. in inu city, jut solicits a tno river. That iciiow win icei sorry ior
I1KICK BUILDING on SEVENTH 8
OPPOSITE winter's liLOCK,
i; has greatly improted Ida stock, and
now on nana an itin'ia in
PENDENT!1, HALL LIO HI
OLOIIES, SHADES, ETC.I
HE HAS MABKED DOWN PBIC1,
o the loyest livliiK flKUrea, and ke InTitea I.J
..i,nn.i..nrih. rill lil le. M
obdebb raourTir ruitp;
O. I). WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
0 A I II 0, I I, I. I N C I B.
given to Const gnmtu
T;3 pedal attention
i liui: orders.
HIDES! FURS 1 1 PELTS ! 1 1
S XT OR IsT S "T T fie C Ol
Have opened a Hide Hloro in Thoruton'a Illo
Tenth street, where the highest caali price
bo paid for Hides, Sheep Pelts, Kara and ti
low. WchiII pay higher pncea than vria em K
fore paid for the same articles in thla city, !
Come and see us,