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timi: TAitr.K or the Illinois central n. n.
On and after Fiindy, May Hth, 1871, (ho follow
ing time tol'to t Tn tjih ntrival and depart-
f jMinRtr trains nt Cairo t
, . ;-Mi train, dally 11:45 p.m.
Kjpre, Hilly ;; ;.- 2:45 p.m.
A ! llallidsllf -.,....... 3:30 A.m.
Kxprtss, dally, except Sunday 3:30 p.m.
Nocrmnit'of csrt from Cairo to 81. Louis. No
crtsnue of can from Cairo to Chicago. Klcftnl
rmrlte lton-n lleepmg cir on night trains.
sge checked tn all Important txlnl.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly I'aeket for t'adiicah, Kvansvllle nsl Lou
isville, tho favorite steamer,
T. O. UV3IAX, MMtr.
I.MtBCilrfttty8ATUDttAY at 4 qfclook p.m.
Kor freest or passage 11T 0B board or lo
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MAIL BOAT." ' r
The splendid ateamer
Joe t'on Icr, .11ns I or.
' n titt.r, Mtnliys excepted) it 4
Kir hvuluor pi apply onbonrdor
JAM. llltltlN, AR't.
IMMIGIIANT ' TICKKTS
ron s,vu,upl' r-pou sale,1
KOV. SAIiVjKr85!;U'Oi: SALE.
Fitro from IilVEnrodl,
J'nro from .Ijo.vflcxuKniiv
Kuro from (Jlasooiv,
Faro from Qot:knstow.v'
TO UAlltU, ; :y- : : : : : $4 8-2 0
Stlnr.l, Morrn A S , Rent.
Liverpool NtiV'TOik ahd Philadelphia
iM.rn coMatct witu vxitsd btitxOhb tattitK
FOR PASSA"gE TICKETS
oa rt'imim imibbiution"
AIM'J-Y TO JOHN 0. DALE, Aot.
IMiroailivay, New York, or to
Vahinj!ton Avenue, Cairn. noli, si
I'll VNICI ANN-
WIJiljlAJI It. SMITH, M. D.
REflDESCE No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
twte.i ValmiRion avenue and Walnut atreet.
UrtV liiOoinmerclal avenue, up ataira.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKMtlKSCE-cornerNinth and Walnut ats,
ltlli'i'-:ornor sixtti street and Ohio lovec,
liriice hours fiomO a.m. to 12 m., and a p. in
ALI EX, MULKEY & WHKELEIl
COL'XSELOKS AT LAW,
' William J. Allen, "
Jol.n JI. Jlillkey, J- CAH'.O, 1I.I.1NOIH.
"Mnuil 1 Wliceler.J
iiirl'iriirulnr attention paid tn rivtr and ad
m '5 '.'ninei".
iiKKIiT.-iucr Firi-t National Hnnk, Ohio I.evee.
GREEN k GIJiHERT,
: at ;law,
'A!I1(), IIJilNOlH. j
William J I.
am JI. eep, 1
m II )d6ert,
BiS-Sppctoi ntteutmn given to Admiralty and
-C1II0 LKVKK, 1100MM 7 AND 8 OVKH
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
i'li ol riiks.
Agent, Ctiro, nls.
tollcui all ki
c.xs i'i rii:it.s.
H. T. GKUOriiDj
STHAM AND GAS FITTER
mi tintca i
m.i ,'lu'",r'a material, Wood
. n.M. .u uu)-e vai4, stop
ALSO A(.KkT ma
Ti.IUItrotii.rH l.,.llt i,r, iinH nrten
yiNTKK'b block, commkkcul-ave.vue
"" -rt- i --r - Z ;
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
vui'-iIILjEU & BROTHER
Have reopened the
OHII-AH MKAT MARKET,
lllltelii r mill Itinlr I
OlSNlK .S'lllIIIKtlCAM, t'ul'f.Uhnuilt
and sUiightora on y the very beat cam, '
shod 1 Hieep.and.U pr.iwid to on
for fresh mean from one" pound to ti u
drjui.(a.. ... '
Aim m ai tu t
ElOllTII STHKKT, .llKTWEN .WAHmsoiOX
' AN1) COMUKKCIAL AVKNUKK,
Ailjaluint; Hlllentitinaifi at Ilnauy'it.
KP the .bpit.of. Jleaf, J'ork, Mutton, VeI
Lamti, HauaajK; ri4.,aitl rC f.foprei to ne
cilucot la tin moil aceptblo manner, ag,
h a vr. a ciioici: lot or a 'I'V''0?.!"1';
jhllwI.lcirUlerlnMlliiilol. t.. MiitpuroliM.
cm, nt ruinous low t r
Call between Hn.m. '' " I'',,' i-,iii,t
tiov7d3t " " M'1
The un.ler-ignrd i dc ri u nf selling hl
J.TOKK. AT MI.I.A IIH'CH,
bullillrff and nn" " " r "
'"V'.rJ'f i."i,,r f il.o li in Hie nt. Tor
Airtner inforniAtion, Iii-pilrn of or "'I'lreiM
rurttur K A VI01OU, Vld.i ltil. Ills.
NovemterS, IS, I. hui.mwaw
n-k. iii.,i. i.i.irtl itil Itonl Coini,:nv now
ofTerforsAleiliefollowlngde.frlbed lo's In Kir
Addition tn me City of Cairo, vitt
Lot 57 blo-k . Lot 2 bfcck HJ.
.i ft " W. " !W " 8i.
C 2, " 31 Hi,
ii a ' ci, " 3t " iii.
ortertns.etr, apply 'o JAMKS JOHN'),
ron It EXT.
Tho Commercial Hotel ill bo rented nn favor-
nhletfttii. l'oeilon kIto immed Intel !)' P'
ply to (ocwut) t;. ni.ijivw.
Ml,. niniro llom dtrnllnm llOUl'
Btd on Kiithtli lelBn Wnliuil ami Waah.
IllUtmi IllppOl.lUlie l-fenuvirriaii viiuiti,; in ....
rent. Kr tennis ete., anpiy in
tlhlo l.evea. Cairn. III".
riVl ItKXT A PIANO-Enquire nt room jn, hi.
I. Charles hotel, or at offleo of the Mlsilmippl
aliey iranporiuu iu., i
It. C. WKlRtCK.
Cairo, Nov. i, 1871,
A meeltne of the tocVholdem of the Cairo and
Vlncennc ralltond company will be held
Cairo, NoremberS, I7I.
WK havo reopened the Central Elevator, and
am now nrecared to handle znln with dlf
patch at rtilucM rata, an lollowt :
ror TeceiniiK uuik ruiu, wciguiux u. vu.,
InoludlnxtlVB days' Horace, lc par huabel.
Tor aacUnc and transiur one .half cent Addi
tional.. , ,
Kor eath ten diya aflor the first five one-half
cent per bushel.
. r.. nubamuuiiii.
Cilro, III., Not. 8, 1871. nortKtut.
A choice lot of
Which are for aale low to close consignment.
Dealer! and othera wanting auppliea should
apply soon. ualliuay iihus
FOR. THE SOUTH.
For Memphis, Vicksbuxg and New Or
The fine pataenger steamer,
I). It ASHURY ..Master.
ED. MOKEIIOUbi: Clerk.
Will loavc toi the above nnd all way landings this
day, Uth Inst., at 5 p.m. fror freight or passage
apply on Lonrd or to jasmalluhi,
novodlt Passenger Agent,
I'libllahiHl every morning, Mondatjr ex.
J.qdn .Mtrlkcy ii ut'liouie.
Jude-AUon U nt Murionrx'Y!liamson
Jndgu Green nrrivod from tho city
yosterday nt tho St. Churles.
In nil tho political world thero nro but
two "bright spotsv" Alexandor county
and Now Jorsoy. -T'ley nro democratic.
A correspondent of our lcvoo cotciti
pornry compliments tho North Cnlro pre
cinct election judges. Why, of course.
Hulljdny Brothers havo just received
'a consignment of Mlchigun apples, which
they will dispoc of nt n great bargain to
John V. Holey, Esq., lias boon em
ployed by Shawncetown to superintend
the construction of the lovou which is
to girdlothnt hlgh-wiitur-alllictcd town.
.Messrs. J. & E. lluckinghutti Ip.ivo re
opened tho central elevator nt this city,
and nn now prepared to handle, grain nt
reduced rates. Seo advertisement.
A lino black mare, a good spring wag
on, and a set of now harness, for sale cheap
for cash. Enquire ut .1. Burger's, 144
-Thcru wiU bo a grand diuico nt tho
roidence of lb. P. Smith, corner Thirty
fourth the street and the lovoc, on To
morrow (Thursday) night, lHh, inslnnt
Public Invited. td.
Mr. George Fishor is unwell and so
nro wo. Tho result of tho election in Al
exander is tho cause of his unwullness, nnd
the result of the elections outsldo of Al
exander the cause of ours.
Wanted fifty toams to work on the
!At-u,;li,"J c:m0 r,,1!rdBj atT
Al,l),lcftlion ,nust bo. maJu immediately.
Wages, fll.CO per day. Apply to O. A.
Topple, Winter's block, Cuiro.
Martin is glad nnd Miller is sad, and
we know what will please him a bottle of
winu to make uijii. shine, and a pair of big
boots with which 'to kick, kick, kick tho
men who nominated hint for treasurer.
-County Clerk, Lynch, has rocoivod in
formation from the state authorities, that the
levy of taxes for 1871 is
66 cents for state purposes;
SO cenU for common schools j
15 cents for interest tn canal bonds.
Elliott l)odi!(). one of tho parties now
in the county jalHor stealing u barrel of
wuisky trom ono of the whnrfboatH at
this place, has but recently been discharged
-in iuu .nisiourl penitentiary, where
""voxj too yean for larcenv.
Chciipctt Hardware Store
With the Hut Assortment or Goods,
On AYathlngtun Avenue, 3 doors
-Jim Mallory, the popular steamboat
jmK'nger agcnt.ls building up u fine bus
1'iess. II o is one of thosu cntorprising,
cncrgetle, driving men, populur with tho
puhllo because accommodating nnd rolia-
i.ivia nf flip enmnanv in u ro. iiiiiiuie.
urJay, Uecember 9, U7I, at 10 o'clock, a.m., ; Tor
the purpose of rntlfylnK the act on of the board
nf ilirectom. " IjAiWIvIP,
or .iireciorn. Mrt.t,rr and Treat irrvr.
THE OAIltO PAILY
blc, who nro sure lo itecoJ In nny under
tnklng. Mr. Finlnr, forinorly of Cnlro, Is now
one of tho flrin of Roberts & Filthy, sltlrt
mtintifiictttrcr', Springfield. Mr. Finlny
will bo In Cuiro AVctlncailny nntl T1iiirilny
lClli iwkI ltith Intt., ttrul wishes till who do
siru to procuro ervlccnblo nntl nenlly lll
llng a hlrts lo hold Iholr ordun until that
The sheriff of Ballard county, Ky.,
jiniscd through Cnlro yesterday In cltargo
of four prtsoncrs for tho penitentiary nt
Frunkfort. John Ivy nnd David Athcrton,
wore convicted of stcnllng cnttlo nnd sen
tenced for four years each. Win. Bradley
nnd Chnrllo WHHnms, for larceny, go for
one yenr. Ivy nnd Athcrton are tho men
whosold Waller AMalonya yoke of stolen
cnttlo lnt Atigut, nnd were nrrostod by
Myers nnd Arnold.
When nny of tho Padttcnh onterprUos
weuken und require bolstering, thoy say :
"Well, wo must make nrrnngement'! to re
move to Cnlro, whoro wc can have bettor
facilitlc for doing our work."
Then out comes l'aducah's
wallot, nntl tho Cnlro tnlkors nro silenced
by having Iholr mtuths stufl'ed full of
greenbneks. On tho other hand, wlton
has any business mnn of Cairo, manu
facturer or merchant, said : " Well, our
facilities for business being Insufficient,
we must go to Paducnh wherothcy will bo
belter." The man who would talk In this
way would bo pointed at as nn ns. l'a
ducth has Cnlro to frar, but Cairo finds no
rival In Ptulucah. This fact speaks vol-
umos for our city, nnd is a wholo book,
of volumes ns numerous nt thoo of
Allison' history of Europe, In denunciation
of tho vain boasting of our rnther comely
nnd very hnrmloss neighbor sloopy but
THAT ROLLING MILL,
Our Paducnh cotompornry, exercised by
a report that the rolling mill at that place
would be rotnoved to Cairo, is crying
out to tho indolent sleeping citizens
Awnkol nrlsol or bo forever rolling.
millcss. Tim Ktntuckian learns from
good authority that tho apprehonsions
'which wo havo several times expressed
in regard to tho removal of tho rolling
mill to Cairo are unfoundod. " Of course,
thero is no danger. It is true tho rolling
mill men are embarrassed by tho location
of thoir wor"s at Paducah, but thoy do
not intend to pull up stakes. Thoir ob
jeet in threatening tho people
of Paducah with the loss of tho mill
tho strategy of sharp business men to
mako Paducah open its pocket ; their toy.
ing with Cairo, is for tho purpose of ex
citing her jealousy. Tho wholo move
mcnt is a sharp financial dodge
So, dear Paducah, out with your purse,
and pay the rolling mill men to quit tnll.
ing nbout Cairo.
Here is what the Paducnh KtnlucUu
snys nbout tho rumored romoval of the Pn
ducah rolling mill to Cairo :
Wo learn from good authority that tho
apprehensions which wo have several times
expressed in regard to tho romoval of the
in tn r ... .1.;. .... ...,r.....i.i
rUllltlg llllll UUIIl blllB tab KlU Ulll.UilUVU
A uood deal of stock in tho company i
owned by citizens of Pndttcah, nnd tho cs
tiihlishmont cannot bo moved withuu
thoir consent, nltliouirli many ctf'orU nro
being mndo by capitalists ut Cairo to effect
this result. Tho worthy President of tho
company, Hon. L. S. Trimble,
is making efforts to securo
the subscription of additional stock by
capitalists from u distance, and wo nro
gratified to lcnrn that ho has ninny as
surances of success in this respect as well
as in regard to tho future operations of
the mill. It is true tho people of this city
hnvn not suDDorted this cntcrnrise as thev
should havouono ; but wo nro glad to say
tho establishment rests upon a more satis
factory nnd substantial basis than wo had
supposed. Our peeplo do not fully ap
preciate tho advantage which it affords to
our city. Cairo understands this and is
consequently very eager to se
cure those advantages for
hersolf. When it is remembered
that there are only two other rolling mills
in tho whole atato ot Kentucky, and wnen
it Is further borno in mind that such enter
prises aro regarded as most valuablo addi
tions to overy community in which they
exist, it will bo seen how important It is
tnat this ono should recclvo that patronage
and suDDort which It deserves. Tho noo-
pie of this community should afford to it
that degreo of encouragomont which would
nt onco incrcaso its value to tho city and
at tho same tiuio afford a guaranteo ugainst
the poHsibillty of success to tho efforts of
any rival city to remove it.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
lAdjourin-d Itigular Meeting of the Hoard of
Uoocii. CiiAMBia, C'Aiao, III , )
November 7, 1S71.
Alderman Iteardon in the chair.
Present Aldorrnon Cunningham, Fitz
gerald, Klob, Itoardon, Soase, Swnyne,
Wuldor and Winter 8.
Tho bill of Jno. II. Oberly it Co., for
publishing council proceedings in October
and olhor advertising, amounting to $5 1,
was reported back as correct. Alderman
Cunningham moved to allow. Carriod as
follows: Ayes Cunningham, Fitzgerald,
Kleb, Boarden, Seaso, Swayne, Waldcr
and Winter 8.
The bill of Jno. Q. Harman, circuit
clerk, amounting to $GC for costs in cases
in tho circuit court, whereinthe city failed
to obtain judgment, was roforrod back by
the committeo ou claims recommending
the payment of $42.95 in full of said bill.
On motion of Aldormnn Fitzgerald, tho
recommendation of tho of committee was
concurrod in, tho ayes boing Cunning
ham, Fitzgerald, Kleb, ltcarden, Sense,
Swayno, Walder aud Winter 8; nays, 0.
Tho bill of H. U. Williams for lumber,
amounting to $1331,66, was reported back
by tho committeo on claims recommending
payment of tho sumo,
Aldorman Cunningham moved to al
low as recommended. Carried by tho
following vote: Ayes Cunningham,
Fitzgoruld, Klob, Kcatden, Seaso, Swayno,
Wuldor and WIntor 8, Nay 0.
Alderman Seaso moved n reconsideration
of tho vote on last ovonlng referring to
tho street committee, tho bill for nn or
dinanco entitled ," An ordinance to pro.
vldo for citterns and wells in certain lo
calitlcb." Carried. ,
Alderman Winter moved to ntrlko out
section 2 of said ordtnnncc nnd substitute
the following therefor, vl.t
"SIX!. 2 Tlmtlwoc stonuhn pnn.t ennlfi.1
of brick of tho capacity of 300 bnrrols each
tho walls of tho snino to bo of tltlckiicjs of
nno inciic, wun a sulllclont etrongth
o support engines in tltno of flro nnd tho
pnssiigo or ordinary vohlclcs.
tho Biuno to bo loc.itml i.i
Commercial nventto nonr tho corner of
Ot Ii street nnd on Washington nvenun
enr mo corner or division atrcet."
Aid. Winter cnllod for tho ayes and
nays on his motion with tho following re-
ult : Ayes Uunninghnm, Fitzgerald,
Kleb, Heardcn, Swayno, Wnldor nnd Wln-
r 7. N ny Seaso. 1 .
Aid. Cunningham moved to amend see-
on Uofsuld ordinanco by striking out
the words "cost of each cistern shall not
excced $100," nnd substituting therefore
tho words "construction of said cisterns bo
let tn tho lowc.'t nnd host blddor." Mo
On motion of Aid. Winter said ordin
anco was adopted i.s amended, tho nycs be
ing : Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Kleb,
Kcnrdon, Sense, Swayne, Wulderund Wln-
r 8. Nny 0.
Tho Clork proceeded with tho first read
ing in this Board, of tho newly revised
rdlnanccs beginning with Ordinanco
Aid. Winter moved to strike out nil that
part of section 1 of ordinanco No 4 rola-
ng to tho erection of wooden awnings.
Motion lost ns follows : Ayes Swnyno
nnd Winter!!. Nnys Cunningham,
Fitzgerald, llcnrdcn, Seaso and Waldcr 5.
Alderman WIntor moved to amend sec
tion 45, of crdlnanco No. , by Inserting
fter the word "traOk" tho following:
bctweon Fourth and Fourteenth streets, or
pon nny traveled cross street running
through lothoOhi levee, sons to obstruct
tho free pnssnge way across pitch street.
Alderman Fitzgerald moved to tnblo
Aldormnn Winter's motion. Carried.
Tho clerk having read us far us section
C4, of ordinance No. 4, inclusive, tho
board, on motion of Alderman Winter, nd-
ourned to meet to-morrow evening at 7
o'clock. M. JiHowley, City Clerk.
THE LAST OF EARTH.
I'BNKIUL or KOIIERT lllttllACII RESOLU
TIONS OK RESPECT,
Tho mortal remains of Robert Brlbach
wero followed to their last retting place
yesterday by a largo concourfo of citizens,
the Odd-Fellows and the Hough and
Heady, Hibernian and Arab fire com
panics turning out in full force. Tho pro
cession, which wns ono of the lnrget that
was tvsr seen in Cairo, moved from the
late residence of the deceased at twenty
minutes to 2 o'clock, headed by tho silver
cornet band playing n funeral dirge. It
passed along Washington uvenuo to
Eighth street, up Eighth to Commercial,
down Commercial to Sixth, up Sixth to tho
levee, whoro the funeral train was in wait
ing. At tho Villa Uidgo ccmetcry,J I'cv. Mr.
Holdbig briefly nnd eloquently uddrcsscd
tho numerous mourners in tho German
language und tho Odd-Fellows paid the
usual tokens of respoct to their deceased
After tho return of tho funeral cortege
to tho city, the Odd-IclIow.s met in their
liullnnd adopted tho following roiolutlons :
Wheiieah, In tho provldcuco of God,
suddenly, the hand of death has been laid
upon n brother of this order, serving the
golden links nf that chain which binds us to
gether in fraternal affection and by its
mysterious power is drawing mankind into
ono great family, In the circle of which
shall bo no violuncu nnd brother hbnil not
lift up hnnd In unger against brother,
Jltsolvtd, Tlint, in tho death of Brothor
Robert Bribach, rudoly robbed of life und
sent without warning into otornity, wo re
cognize a losson of warning and exhorta
tion, and un additional reason for cherish
ing and profiting by carrying into all the
paths of society the principles of our be
loved ordor, which constuntiy remind
us that timo is short and should bo im
proved in good works that youth in its
narmlessnoss nnd comparative innoconcy.
and manhood with its wonted vigor and
prido of strength nro not moro exempt
than decropit und tottering ago from tho
fixed law ot being which dedicate! nil that
is mortal to death.
llesolvcd, That wo mourn our deceased
brother us a man of kind heart, whoso
bund was always open to tho demands of
Charity and who was true to the obliga
tions of friendship.
JlesolvcJ, Thut with his berouvod
family tho disconsolate widow nnd help
less orphnns robbed, and so cruelly rob
bed, of a husband and father, wo mourn
in tills hour of thoir distress, und will
oiler to them thnt consolation which
our ordor tcachos ut to oxtond to tho wifo
of a brothor when tho widow's homo Is
her a. .with its lonoliness und gloom to
gather nbout her nnd hers, witli strong
hands nnd warm hearts, protecting and
cherishing them for tho sako of liTin to
whom thoy pledged friendship,
"Failing not when life hat perishod,
Living still boyoni the tomb."
Jlcaohed. Thnt n pngo of tho journal of
tho lodgo lo fct npnrt sacred to tho mem
ory of tho deceased, that tho lodgo room
be draped, nnd tho brothors wear tho usual
badge of sorrow for thirty days.
Renohcd, Tlint the secretary of this lodge
be nnd is hereby instructed to furnish to
tho widow of tho deceased n copy of these
Jietoteetl, That tho several nowspapors of
this city bo roqucsted to publish theso res
olutions, and that the secretary bo instruct
ed to furnish to each n copy of them for
At a meoting of tho Rough and Ready
Are company hold last night tho following
resolutions wcro adopted :,
Whereas, Our brothor membor.
Robort Bribach, has, by a mysterious
dispensation of Providence, been taken
irom our miust, anu, wuoreus, u is meet
and proper that we, his fellow-mombors,
lamenting his untimely taking off, should
giro oxnression to our sorrow and rospoct
lor nts memory, ou ii inoreioro
Jlesohed, ftv the Hough and Jleadu Fire
Company, That, in tho death of Robort
Bribach, this company bus been deprived
of ono of its most ofllciont and public-spirited
mombers, who in tho discbargoot ins
duty hesitated at no danger nnd was do-
torrou by no regard ior uis porsonnl com-
ion or convenioncej iuui society has lost a
membor whoso hnnd wns " open as tho day,"
always ready and evor willing to nid tho
ncodful a man who was steadfast In his
devotion to tho obligations of friendship,
truthful und upright.
Resolved, That our heartfolt sympathies
aro hereby extendod to tho widuw and
orphans, tand our hopo oxprossed
that He who watches over tho
fall of tho sparrow may bo
their stay usd comfort inthlshour of deep
Borrow anu mstreet.
NOVEMBER 9, 1871.
pnny wear tho usual badgo of mourning
for thirty days,
Jlcsolveil, Tlint tho secrotnry of this
company bo Instructed to furnish n copy
of theso resolutions to tho widow of tho
deceased, and nlso copies to tho city pnpors
for publication, nnd that thoy bo sprend nt
length upon tho journal of tho company,
Tho following wcro tho nrrlvnls nl!tho
St. Charles Hotel yestorday: M.Sponcor,
St. Louis j Judgo Green, City; James H.
Smith, Annn, III.; John Blackburn, Anna,
in.; Henry Jackson; U.S. N. ; Honry
Mondel, Cln., O. ; J. L. Miner, Chicago,
III.; J. C. Klllcnpworth, St. Louis, Mo.;
F. M. Vaughn, Klmwood, 111.: H. M.
Tabor, N. Y.; E. F. McLean, Cln., O.j
Win. A.Pendleton, Newport, Ky.; Lou.
W. Schrag, Newport, Ky.: M. A. Echols.
Nowport, Ky.: Cnpt. A. Zlcglor, "City of
vjiiestcr ; . ji. Jlorrls, City; H. B. Vnn
iJentfinyscn, Lock Heaven, Pa.
Tho following wero tho arrivals ut
tho Dolrnonico Hotel, Wm. Winter, pro.
prietor, for tho twonty-four hours ending
at 9 o'clock, P. M., Nov. 8th, 1871 : John
S. Wntti, Smithlnnd, Kv.; Wm. T. Tis
mcr, Jonesboro, 111.; O. AV. Rigor, Mem-
phis, Tonn. ; W. T. Ashbrook, A'incennts,
ind.; u. ii, Davis, River j Wm. W. Peer-
man, Alley ton, Tox.; H. W. Fulrfowl, St
Louis, Jlo.; It. M. Hill, St. Louis, Mo.;
John U. Crow, Chicago, III, Thomas Hoi
mes, St. Louis, Mo.; R. T. Jackson, City ;
VY m. Terry, St Louis, Mo.. James Cookcn
City ; Pctor Saup. Citv : J. M Leonard
Boston, Muss. ; Mrs. Fannlo Mantle,
Blnndvlllo, Ky. ; Mrs. Ncttlo Kccnc, Ky ;
Ed. Wllburn, Fnlr Vlow Lead Mines;
Geo. A. Babbith, Grand Junction. Iown :
A. Perkins, Mounds Junction, 111.; P.N
Smith, Missouri ; J. H. Watts, Memphis,
Tcnn. ; B. F. Field, Greenfield's Landing,
Mo.; L. . Marshal, John Ashbrook, Car
tor Adeir, John Miers, Dr. Geo. Thomas,
Ma). John Davis, D. M. Coll, Ballard
county, Ky.; Wm. M. McRoy, St Louis,
Returns from the country precinct
dicnto the election of Mr. Martin by n large
majority. The following return were re
Have?, democrat 22
Bovcridgo, republican 10
Democratic: majority G
Mr. Martin's majority in this precinct
is reported to bo 24.
Martin's majority 17
Democratic majority C9
Mnrtin's majority is 73. Mr. Mcrtz re
ceived ono vote, und wns the only re
publican candidate who received any.
Martin's mnloritv 20
Martin's majority 33
The majority for Bovcridgo nnd Mertz
in this precinct was 20.
In nil tho precincts tho democrats made
Go to Jorgonscn's for imported Dun
deo ornngo mnrmalado, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
hoico Gcnoeso figs. tf
Tuber Brothers, having obtained 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 lino and
difficult work requiring tho most skillful
workmen may now bo assured of obtaining
satisfaction. Tho finest patterns of jew
elry, ne usual, aro mado to ordor at prices
thnt defy competition. oct20tf.
D. Lamport has removed his shop
from Ohio Levco to Eigth, between Com
mcrcial and Levee, nud ho now Invites
his friends to one of the best fitted shops
in tho city. Everything is kept in tho
neatest nnd best manner possible ; snow
white towels, bright, keen rnzors, puro
water, frngrnnt soaps, clear oils nnd flno
perfumery. Smooth shnves, thorough
shampoos, fashionable hnlr-cutting, hair-
curling or dressing for gontlcmon, ladies
or children, und polito attention i.s always
in roadincss for thoso who favor him with
their pntronnge. octOdlm.
Tho merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lchning & Koblor, on tho south sido of
Eighth stroot betwoen Washington and
Commercial avenues, opposito Hnnny's
dry-goods store, hns been open only n fow
weeks nnd nlrcady theso gontlemo nro ob
taining n fair shnro of tho patronage
of tho public. Thoy nro both practical
men first-class mechanics and nro will
ing to gunrnntoo satisfactory work. They
keep on hnnd always n full lino of pieco
goods, to which thoy direct tho attention
of nil who wish to have mado clothes
that aro worth the money paid for them.
Clonning and repairing dono neatly at
Saup has roccived, in anticipation of
tho holidays, a vory largo and varied stock
of toys. Ho always is first in this depart
ment, and is recognized as par excellent,
the toy man of Cuiro. There Is nothing
that can bo thought of to tlcklo thojuvon
ilo fancy that ho has not laid in slock not
a small assortment, but ono largo enough
to mako happy all tho boys and
girls of Alexander county, nnd furnish
n big stock to cich of tho jobbers in ull tho
towns surrounding Cairo, within a radius
of n hundred miles, nt St. Louis nnd Cin
cinnati prices. The attention of tho gen
eral public, nnd ospoeinlly of smull dealori
is particularly invitod to Mr. Soup's stock.
Wanted to Exchange For Improved
Cairo property, 100 ncrcs of good lnnd,
within ono mile und n half of Hickman,
Kentucky, with good brick house nnd all
nocossury out buildings. Tho placo also
has on it ona thousand fruit trees, For
further information apply to
Jas. Mallory, Steamboat Agent.
Slonmor 1. W. Strador, St. Louis.
" John Lumsdon.Sl. Louis.
" Atlantic, Capo Girnrdonu.
" Kddyvlllo, Evnnsvlllu.
" Belle of Pike, Memphis.
" City of Choator, St. Louis.
:unry -Minor, i-ouuviiie.
Jus. Fisk, Jr., Puducnh.
8. H. Long, St. Louis.
Rob Roy, Now Orlcnns.
Argonaut, St. Louis.
Stoimor P. "W. Strader, New Orleans.
" Kddyvlllo. Evansvllio.
uoiioor riko, tit. Louis.
City of Chcsterf Memphis.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
S. II. Long, Mound City.
Tho rise In tho ilvor goes bravely on
and it has risen about 3J inchos during
it.. i ni t. mi.- iit.. I... ..
v.iu ,,n ..uur. aiio .iiissis.ippi I
o..tn r..nt.. ii. t.i. .t... i.-i i.i i I
ngnln falling, tho lata rise helped the chan
nol considerably and It Is too bad that it Is
doomed to becomo as bad at It was before
mo riso. ins Arkansas is railing very
fast and navigation in that river is gel'
ting bad. At Cincinnati tho Ohio is ri-
sing very slow, nnd at Pittsburg it is
still railing: stationary nt Evansvllio nnd
railing nt l.oulsvillo. Tho rocks in tho
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mouth oi the Ohio nro ontiroly coverod
and whon thoy show thomtolvcs again
.no inys ins cnuurcn will chronical
The landing presented nn animated ap
penrnnco all day yesterday, and tho stenm-
boatmen nnd wharfboat clorks wcro ns
busy as beet. Thoro'ls a vnst quuntity of
freight moving fouthwnrd from this port,
and steamers coming out from St. I-otiit
one-third loadoJ havo no trouble filling out
to tho water. Tho weather wns plen'ant
and everything looked lovoly
Tho Bollo of Piko put off 155 balo cot
ton for tho East.
Tho City .of Chester made her appear
ntico amongst us once again with a fair
trip. Her pilot reported flvo feet water to
St. Louis. Sho is olllcorcd by her old
crew who wcro on hor before sho laid up.
The Mory Miller arrived from the Ohio
after a tedious trip with tho bargo Blue
Bird In tow
Tho Fisk came down with a slim trip of
The S. H. l)ng passed up for Mound
City without landing.
Tho Atlantic was having her boilers
Tho Eckcrt did not go down the river
as was Intended. I
Tho Bob Kov came un llr?ht from Now
Orleans. Sho reported seven foot to Mom-
. "t I
phis. She legan loading immediately on
her arrival, and will leave this evening
without fail for New Orleans. She is
commanded by Capt. D. R. Asbury nnd
Ed. Morehouso presides In the otllce. Sho
has splendid cabin accomodations,' nnd is
unsurpassed ns a low water boat.
Tho Argonnntcamo down with a barge
In tow with about 200 tons freight which
sho will rcship here. Sho will load her
barge with lumber und return to St. Louis
Tho big steamer Wndo Hnmpton sunk u
fow days ago opposito Donnldsonville by
springing u leak. io llvct wcro lost, and
the boat may bo raised. Her cargo con
sisted of cotton, sugar, mo1nses nnd cotton
seca. i no greater portion oi it win t
m. . .........
saved in n damaged condition. Slin wm I
valued nt $00,000.
Tim Ktr.wlnr -..nn in lullb Ion I.imii
in tow. Sho wns aground 12 hours nt
Turkey Island and had to get ono of tho
Belfast's barire to litrhtcn her off. Her
cabin wns tilled with people.
Tho Lumsdon after laying n fow days
ut SI. IX)uis returned to this port flying
light and has laid up for tho present. No
show for outsidors un there.
Ti, Aiinni, r,i r., r..
Girardenu having mot tho Beo and barges
Aniiiiniv, i vtut tivu viii vauo
there when thoy exchanged tow. Tho
Atlantic will loavo to-dav with 4 loaded
and ouo fuel barge.
Tho Eddyvlllo enmo down with a light
Tho family grocery store of Bixby &
Kochlor Is being patronized largely by peo
ple who ltko fine groconos. Their location
on tho north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial und Washington nv-
ontics, is n centrnl one, nnd their stock hns
been soloctcd with discrimination, there
fore this new enndidnto for public patron
age moots exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. Messrs. Koohlor & Bixby propoao to
koop up thoir reputation by always soiling
tho best of ull sorts of groceries to their
patrons and tho public, knowing thnt peo-
plo generally aro uwaro of tho fact that
renlly good articlos of any kind aro al
ways mo cheapest in tho end. tt
Reliable anu Saek. Dr. Honry Root
und PJnnt Pills nro mild and pleasant In
thoir operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. Boing entirely
vegetable, thoy can bo takon without re
gard to diet or business. Thoy nrouso tho
liver and sccretivo organs into healthy
action, throwing off dlseaso without ox
bnusting or debilitating tho systom. Try
thorn and you will bo satisfied. Prico 25
cents a box. Sold by druggists and deal
ers in medicine eyorywhoro. Proparcd by
tho Qraflon Modicino company, St. Louis,
M issouri. myOdm
The Sample Boom. Mr. P. Fltzgor
ald's samplo room, at tho cornor of Four
teenth street and Commercial avonuo, is
suppliod with as fine a stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
was over offered for salo in this city. Mr,
F, is doing a wholosalo business, and be
ing thoroughly acquainted with tho busi
ness in which ho has embarked, feols con
Mont of his ability to sell his goods as
cheap, if not cheaper, than any other es
tablishment In tho city. Ho solicits a
sharo of tho public pntronngo. octl8tf.
Agents Wanted. An, oxpcrlonccd
agent wanted for each county In tho Unltod
States. Business lucrative, pormanont and
res poctablo. From $5 to $7 per day, cash,
guaranteed to tho right man. None need
apply unless possessed of sterling buslnoss
habits, not afraid of work, and well mom
William W. Morris & Co,,
01 Fourth nvcuuc, Pittsburg, Pa.
Hoi for llnllyl
Now Store I Now Goodsl
Beit assortment of
Cooking nnd Healing Stoves
over brought lo Cnlro,
on Wa-hlnglon nvonue, tlirco doors nbovo
Thy tiii: Wohpeiii'ul Japanese
Giieen Tea Pile Cum: It has novor
fnlled In tho most stubborn cases. It
cures by nbsorptioti. No pain. No in
jurious substances. $0.00 given for every
authenticated fnilure. Sont by mall to
nny address on receipt of prico ($1.00)
anu JOc oxtrn to tmv Postage Ordor
must be addressed
William w. Vmh. &. r'n..
Solo proprietors for trnltnd Stales nnd
til Fourth Avonuo
-Where aro you going? To tho placo
number 63. Ohio levee. , the Wn
tho best fresh ovstor. n.l,
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trio finoit wines, liquors and clears to U
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found in tho city. Open at all hours, iltryl
or night. J. E. Park
Bkick. Stork vor Kent. The brldl
store, No. 78, Ohio Levee, now occupied!
ny t . M. HtockUtli, Esq., It offered fori
rcnl anJ w"' 1x1 vacant on tho 18th imt
"IW JNO. i. l'liiLLts.
Tkutii Tho powers of Mrs. Whlt-I
comb's Syrup for children are us positivil
at the snhlight from Heaven, and trentl
nnd soothing ns an nngel's whisper.
For good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or. I
Thomas. No. 124 Commercial avemio. llA
s a good workman. Give him a trial.
If you desiro rosy checks nnd n corn. I
plcxion fair and free from Pimples Blotches
and hruptlons, purily your blood by taking
Dr. Pgerces Golden Medical Discovery I
It has no equal fur this purpose 6831
For Sale. A Grover & Baker sowin
machine, in pcrfoct order nnd but littl
I used. Any one withlng to purchase mi;
mako a good bargain by application at thi
Sleeping Booms tor Kent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms In City NaJ
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
Kconouy. By using Mrs. Whitcomb'a
Syrup for children many a doctor's bill
can be saved and much suffering nvcrtedJ
Head tho advertisements In another eoH
t0R SALE. A cottage on
rooms, cistorn and out I
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Tuornton.
Apauh' dry corned fish, a most dellcioai
article, in abundance nt Jnrgcnsen's'gro
Oysters. Louis Herbert has alwas onl
hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Kock oy
Go to Dr. McGnuley for Bnttinger's lfc-1
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chilli
-Tlioio French Chorriw, in tyrup, sol
popular with connoiscur are sold by Jr
Tut the American club fish, put un nl
0n. to bo found nt Jorccnson'.
1,IE nt'n vanilla cuocoiato psjto i
I glUSf, nt JOrgelltOD 8. II.
The best East India dry preserved gin
ger nt Jorgenscn's. tf.
Joroenson has just received a large sup-
ply of Portland bluo berries, 'lry thefnt,
vttul G. Schuh sells Kattingcr's mcdl
XaITTLX jiuck wains inuanautiii i
I -. w . ... . 1 ..
City National Hunk HiilMlns;.
MS.Special attention paid toordera Iroin steam
boats night or dav.S
Dealer in nil kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
t'nrmrr'sj Yard aud NfnbllHa;
Cor, Washington-ay and Twentieth-st.,
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
(.'unnerelsil Avennr, opposite Kill
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ready-M ade,
lias received full and complete stock of good ,
the newest and completes! m the city. An Im
mense varlty of
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
she offers sreat lnducemats to her natrons nnd
all othera to call on her.exajnias the prices, stylet