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THE CAI110 DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1871,
TRAVBI IMS GUIDE.
"ST!? rTnV or THE ILtl.VOIS CENTRAL. H. II.
On and .nerfunday, M.y Mlh. WI, the- follow
er tifp-uMr will kW "fi"1 ftnJ TMt-
ii rr of pnft-ORr r trains at Cairo t
iaif-.VaII train, dally 11:1S p.m
Kjp'eee, daily - 2.ip.tn
.(rrfw-Mall.dally 3:30 a.m
Eitirett.riallr. except Hunday 3:30 p.m
v. I nriri fi nm riro In HI. Loul.. N
h'.iitf cfcars froir (Mro to Chlcaio. K!ef"
rawing Ilnon -Irrpuin cars on night two,
nuiot' clucked t nil important tolnt.
CA1 IU)"AN iT 1,0 1 W 1'' K
wkiy P.k,i for .ir-h.n-;';; Lo"-
T. o. BYMAN.Mnilcr.
, ,,,. Cairo etety HATUflltAY at o'clock p.m.
fc!;7.-VMor Da-iaiw anply on board. r to
JAN. 1IIUUM, Ast'l.
Addition to t ic Clly of (.mr". ':
Lot 2 btocl 20. I-"' J l"??k K'
" t " .; cj;
' " W. . ai
" 0 H. ,. Si
I or terms.eie. , ...
III It JIIIM'.
..i lf..i ,l.(tl Ka rnlifftil fitl f'l Of
-1'" I anirlr.it linn, ilwel Mill' IIPll.P
.ii.ir.-i on Hightli' between Walnut and Wash.
iI1ilr.ii(ipp.tellie ri'uieru.ii uiunu is
rrnl. l-r lem... o r., ... v y . .
fjf.if Ohio l.cvro, Cairn, U,
SAYE TKOUHLE AND EXPENSE.
""CAIHO AND J'ADUCAII
The splendid Meamer
-,r. ntur, Hi.ity excepted ) a H
""",Jf J" as?
VOIl SALE, For P.WF0K SALE,
FOE SALE.) feel!. SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fnro from Londonderry
Faro from Glasoow,
Fare from Queenbtown
TO CA1K0, : : $4 8-2 0
tii........ h.-.i iti furhtiliVrdr. Itipinr. Kind
lii -Hie.-, ilrv. Blrcid).ciit iod. Iii uiij part ol
thr city, fur il.tv.in Bi:oii load.
aero I. a way to m Incalculable lloiibla In
Tour ourhol 1. ....
3 . ..-I Mr.ru.it..v. .1 Mr a nr. rtr nil-
ilro tlipin to Jllclnrl Doifri, tiiruiljtli tl po.
oilier. 'Sov 1C ,f
SlIord, ilorrn .t Ca
Inrtrpool cw.Tolk ahd Phlladflphu
I'.ci. coxraicr witb r.viriD TAIIO'", "''
FOlt PASSAGE TICKETS
or ri'RTiira lNroaunioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
lSHroadway, New-Tork, or to
II. II oil i t ,
Wa'htncton Atcnue, Cairn. oi. 5'
COAL! COAL I COAL I
UFA! IB IN
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CAEI10N
O O Jk. L !
Cominurctal-av., Eoot of Elcvcntli-st.
All Cj1 cnref.llly wclzlif J at Die yard on Fair-
rtr:. i. ueioiit wariiintek.
Coal .lflitcrd on ilio sl.ort"t notice In anj
part ol Ihc cl.y, cither by tliu half ton, ton or car
l.tarc ordar nt thcofllco on Commercial-nv. nt
Hit foot of Klorcnth ilrcct. novlCd-Cm.
rutillklit'il every iiioriilnii, Jlomlny ex
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. 1).
RnSIDENCK-No. 11 Thirtetnth fctrcft. br-.
twrea Waelungion avenue and Walnut atrett.
ii!ic 121 Commercial avenn-, up Ktalra.
C V. DUNNING, M. I).
RR-!It.EXCE-cornr::mth and UMnut atf.
Jh'p o tier -uili irei't mi l vlliio levee .
oilice hour. from 0 a.m. to Vi m , and u p.m
ALLEN, MULKEV k WIIEKLEK
V.'iUUm J. Allen,
John 11. MnlUey
samuei I'.v, ne
The Gorman Catholic church is ap
proaching completion. The wall will
within another week ho ready for the roof.
An engine and two cars woro thrown
from tho Illinois Central track yesterday
morning, a short distance below Bucking
ham's elevator. Nobody hurt.
"Wo havo boon told that u boy, living
sortewlioro in tho country n lew miles
above Cairo, hud hi arm broken in two
places yesterday. "Who tho boy is or jut
where hoHve, wo could not learn.
Tuber Urothcrs are prepared to man
ufacture any pattern of jewelry to order
lo suit the partic and tho purse. All
kinds of rings e-":il, chased and plain, to
lit tiio linger ai.d the purse. tf.
It is said that tho man who was put
under arrest bv Summurwull, and after
ward" handed over to Cliiwf Myer, is,
among thoio who know liim, considered
an lioni-l and upright mini. Hi con
duct on Friday n'lM, howevur, i not in
keeping with this ttutement.
I riicr and ad'
ctrl'giiiculnr attention t.ilJ
OFKIB-Orcr I'mt .Vaimnal ll.mk, Ohio I,eee.
GKKKN & GILliKItT,
COUNSELOUS AT I
U'dHa-n II. een
William 11 fiilbert
Mile. P. Gilbert
B8-.5pr.pin attention filreu to Admiralty aud
-OHIO LEVEE, UOOMS 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
THE T1UUM1MI INSURANCE CO ,
Pt m SV,lK. IKI
h'lliciu l kind.ol ri.kx.
OCH7II Allenl.Curn, nl.
II. T. GKUOl'Ll); "
STIC AM AND GAS FITTER
AMI liLALKU IN
is nxn iti.s.
L. Kilter'a and l'lutnLer'a material, Woo I
pumpi, Klob and am; u Vilv,, nop
'Ui Aoisr rua
T.llta Itrott.era Patent Itry tin Mtrr
And Sl.irehoune, Well. A Co's Aulountic Watc
IndlcaioraiidBiipply Yali for ateam hoiler..
WI.STEIt'8 11L0CK, COJIMEItCUL-AVENUL
CENTHAL MEAT MAHKET.
KOEIILEIl & BROTHER
Hate reopened the
l'ITI,AIt MKAT MAHUKT,
Tubur Jirullicrs nro constin. -ly re
ceiving new goods not in tho line of their
own manufacture, eucl: as optical goods of
till kinds gold aud silver headed
cane", music boxes of nil kinds, toy music
boxes for children, something new and
very attractive. Silver pluto chenpir than
ever, Vc., Ac. tf.
Tho second dunce of tho tcrios to bo
given under the auspices of tho Cairo
Tcrpslchurcun club, camu til' at the St.
Charles hotel on lat Friday evening. As
was tho first dance, so was the second a
success in every pirtleul.ir. Tho attend
ance wa, large, aud tho occasion ono that
will long be remembered by those who
AVo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing William Elders, boot and shoo maker,
as worthy of moft liberal patronage. We
know whereof we apeak when we say his
work is done in u maUerly manner at the
lowest pricci. Ho wes nothing but tho
best of stock, and he cannot bo exeolled in
the lb-Heat.) tak of making an exact lit.
Givo him n cull at his shop on Twentieth
street, betueen Washington nvenuo and
Poplar stroot, nearly opposite tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Thu Under HrutlioK, corner cf Eighth
street and Washington avenue, have re
ceived and had placed in their manufac
turing rooms several pieces of new and
valuable jeweler's machinery, and are now
propared having the machinery and
skilled workmen to manufacture rirgs,
watch chains, breast pins, ear rings, and
all otlier kinds of jewelry, in anv manner
ordered, on short notice and at nrieet so
ery low they will mako the
price of other e.tnbliihrntuts of the kind
actually ashamed of theui-elvcs. Their en-
graver and cmuwlcr, who has Just nrrived
irum ine oast lioru he livs be d in the
most extensive jowelry manufacturing c-
luuimiuiieiiis me most resnons b u nnsi
1 . ---.
nuii, is prepared to do any work in his
line nnd to guarantee satisfaction. Per
sons wlshinc hair lewclrv liianufaL'tnri'il
for holiday presents, aro requested to hand
in their lavors at as etrly a day as possible
Evr. nnl oat meal nt .I..rj5nf)n,
Ihh. !?. Mofrii, if WM 11,8
c'ty et. nlny.
Jli.yor I.nnad.'ii i alrtent from the
ellv. IIo will return about the iniddlo tf
the wc. I.'.
Judge Allen returned from Jlur
pbysboro on Friday evening, llorepnrls
everything .n that section moving along
I wish the man who borrowed tho
wheel-barrow from the city Jail sometime
ngn, would return It. Immediately.
Wu. McII.u.E, City Jailer.
A clerk of a loveo hotel and inmate
of tho housa had a llsliculV yesterday.
Tho clerk come oft" llrst best. " Let us
Jun'ge Green lias been retained lo
assist in prosecuting tho negro who killed
a whlto man at Mound City somo months
A young tntiti of tnoro than ordinary
iiulllt v. wMioa lo obtain a situation in
sonic ollice, store or morcantilo house. An
ho lias never vet been engaged in buincssi
tho question of salary will bo left to tho
opinion of Ills employer. Substantial
recommendation ns to character can bo
given if desired. Address, J. P. P., P. 0,
box ana, city.
Tho Under Ilrothora, corner Eighth
street nnd Washington nvenue, havo re
ceived a bran-now lot of tho latest-styled
breast-pins, ear-rings, finger rings, brae
lets, watches, clocks, etc., mid, ln',ito tho
public to call nnd inspect tho stock. Thoy
aro also agents for tho Davis' sewing mn
chinc, Uurdctt organs and St. Louis pianos,
nnd odor to tho public the best bargains to
bo obtained ut any placo in Southern Ill
inois. Dr. Mary Satl'ord, known personally
to many of our townspeople nnd by repu
tation to nil of them, has concluded to lo
cate in Chicago, whero sho will begin at
onco the practice of her profession. Sho
has taken rooms nt No. 81", "Wnba-.li av
enue. Sho will make tho diseases of wo
men nnd children a specialty. MiJs Saf
ford propared herself for tho practice of
medicine by arduous and unremitting
study for years past and we predict for
her nn ltonor.tblo and Micecssful career.
The merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lelinincr & Kobler. on the south i-ice of
Eighth street between "Washington and
Commercial avenues, opposite Hanny's
dry-goods store, has been open only a few
weeks nnd nlready theso gcntlemo aro ob
taining n fair share of tho patronage
of tho public. They are both practical
men first-class mechanics nnd arc will
ing to guarantee satisfactory work. They
keep on band always a full line of piece
goods, to which they direct tho nttcntion
of nil who wisli to have made clothes
that are worth the money paid for them.
Cleaning and repairing dono neatly at
Tho following wcro tho arrivaU at the
Delmonico hotel, Win. Winter, propriet
or, for tho but twenty-four hour ending
Nov. mil 11471, nt y o'clock, P. !.: N.C.
Pettit, l'ichview, 111. ; Louis Pricbard,
Koche-ler, N. Y. ; K. W. llheutan, City ;
John 0. Crow, Chhngo, 111. ; Geo. .1. If.il
bit, St Louis. Mo. j It. Ilea, Cin'ti, O. ; G.
A. D. Itaan, I'llin. III.; John Stringer,
MadUon, Ind.; John Mullen, N. O. ; Jas.
S. MorrisUllin, 111. ; W. CV.Iones, Tenn,;
James Gurnerod. James Itowen, Sir. .Mary
E. Forsy the; Michael Sharp, St. LouU,
Mo. Ii". L.Wiley, Mukitndii, III.; (juins
lleekwith, ;AVolf I-land, .Mo. j John Lc
dour, Martin Fishburn, Memphis, Tenn. ;
John Heard, St. Loui, Mo, j James Clark
son, Henderson, Ivy ;Tuumn Fitziiuarice ;
THE CHURCH I'S. "ftV0 Mother Hay, nnd thoy were not sus- 'm tlmo 1,111 woc,(' sll l,iJ l,IOS0
' tnlnod. Tho council havo noi been nb'.c who liavosoenlior lo bo a splendid boat.
Let It bo remembered that on Mon
day to-morrow night, Mr. Win. Carlotoii
tho well-known Irish comedian, will hold
forth nt tho Atlienum. .Mr. Carleton Is
well rccommendi 1, mid wo feal justified
In untiring our render, that, If they wish
nu hour's real enjoyment, thoy should not
fall t" ",i and htnr him,
Tho Ilerger Family will entertain
our people in ono of their bell-ringing
performance, on next Saturday night.
From a recent Nsue of thu HiiUiinoro
llittttlin, wo copy tho following compli
mentary notice of tho Ilerger family:
"For genuine unalloyed enjoyment and
recreation, thuro has not been in Unltlmore
for n decado past such nn entertainment
ns that now olTurcd ut tho Concordia
Opera House Tho Ilerger family, with
their Important auxiliaries, get up what
may bo truthfully and emphatically
termed it "gala night" every evening.
Mis Maud Stuiiluv, who assists tho Her'
gcrs, Is n voting I
address, and gifted with a clear, beautiful
soprano voice. Sol Smith Itusscll, n u
humorist and facial contortionist, stands
at tho head of his profession ; tho Misses
llorger perform on half a dozen different
instruments, aud whether using string or
brass, nro nliko au ait In tho west and
south thoy havo nlwnys been received by
overwhelming audiences, and in Now Or
leans thoy succeeded In crowding to ex
cess for thrco consecutive weeks tho
largest hall in that city. "Without ex
ception, press nnd people speak of them
in terms of tho highest praise, and after
witnessing tho performance ut the Opera
House last night, wo must emphatically
endorse the good opinion wo see expressed
of them in nearly every exebnngo which
comes to our editorial table.''
Elder J. N.Mulkoy will preach In tho
Christian church to-day, at 11 o'clock.
Hector C an will conduct services nt
tho Church ol tho Itcdeemer ns imial tc-
dnv. Friends of thu chur.di Invited.
Huv. If. II. Thayer, of Wiitien, III.,
will preach in the Pnbylcrian church
to-day, morning nnd ovening, at tho usual
hourri. Tho public nro Invited.
llev. Fred. L. Thorns--'! will preach in
tho Methodist Church to-day, nt 10, and
In tho ovening at 7J o'clock. All friends
of tho congregation respectfully requested
to discover in tho conduct of hrntlinr O ('
Talbott, to fnr as the ovidenco goes, ought
worthy of censure, xcopt tho Implication
rolatlvu to the action of tho trustees of
your congregnMon, contained In tho third
artlcl. of this report. Thin vlnw nf vmir
council does not, however, exclude fur
ther investigation of tho church, If thoro
shall exist cause for such investigation t
nor doss it excludo tho propor scriptural
proceeding being Instituted against any
brothor or sister, who shall full to tnnku
proper acknowledgements when It la defi
nitely known that he. or sho has boon
ovortaken in n fault.
Sh" Is named Crescent City.
.Mrs. Jano O'Connor is greatly dMrjssod
about her son Michael, nged twenty yearn,
who left St. Louis about six wooks ngo
on tho Columbia a watchman. Any ono
knowing anything of thu whr.renbouU of
him will confur it favor upon her by lot
ling It bo known.
A p tition li In circulation nt Pittsburg
asking thu general government for an ap
propriation to construct a dam norms tho
Ohio below Hrunot's Island with sufficient"
Tho funeral services of Lilv, daugh'
tcrof Williim P. and Eliza W. llalllday,
will bo performed ut tho Church of tho lie-
dectner nt two o'clock to-day. At tho con-
elusion, Ihe remains will bo convoyed to
u. inis council can not too strongly ioci.n ,, t, .,., nr thr,
consurotlio spirit that Induces tho children . ? "i""-v
of tho Lord to lav tholr Grievances in tho r,vcr 111 connection with the chutes WHICH
Uhurcii oi jurist ucioro tho world by win let coal lows pass outduring tt irosfiot.
means of tho newspapers nnd public prints Tho II, M. Shrove was unround a few
of tho day, or by conversation with thoso iimlr, , i,iw... t.i . i
outside of tho church. The council nro " " W. ."" I.,lnml'
firmly of the opinion that such conduct Is 1,10 urro" unloaded hor barge hero
contrnry to tho spirit of Christianity, nnd nnd cavo it to tho Aruonaut.
detrimental to tho Kcdccmor's Klnedom Tho Forsvth will rn.n,,, i..,iin..
7. This council find Hint Hrother Geo.
Carpentor has committed n grave error in
rccoi'nizinr' Hrother John Friend nsnn
v, win. assists mo nor. tho famjiy residence, in tho grounds of older of your congregation, nnd in act- motives for tho Memphis nnd Little Kock
ady o( most pleasing wll!cll 1)CV wj ho interred. If g ofllcially with him ns such that ns nn rfttir,,i 1
ollicor of your body, no lias manifested n , .....
wimtot iiationce nnd loriioaranco: that ho " vl " " umsucu ;no r-uin-
thls week carl v.
Th Ike Hatr.mit left for Hotiefleld
with two coul Hoots containing four locc-
dcrsigned, members of tho lack of the spirit of Christ in seeking to tla'ro Cairo tho croJIt of giving her
rch of Cairo, Illinois, anx- ovado n fair and full investigation of your the trip. This Is about tho first Instance
HOARD OF ALDERMEN.
Adjourned Meeting of tlm Hoard ot Allvrmea.
Coi'.mii. Ciumiicu, Ciiko, III , 1
.Sovcinljer 17, lb.1. f
Tho board met pursuant tondjotirnment.
Prcsont Cunninghum, Fitzgerald, Wal
tier, Itcardcn, Stratton, Swnyno and Win
second r.nAniNfi ok the newly keviseu
Tho clerk jirocccded with tho second
rending .of ordiuancn No. 1, of tho newly
revised ordinances, entitled "In reforenco
to the proceedings of tho city council nnd
of the two branches thereof." On motion
of Alderman Cunningham, suid ordinance
was adopted, tho voto being as follows :
Ayes -Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Hear
den, Stratton, Swayno, Wnlder and Win
ter-7. Nay 0.
oruinan'ci: NO. 2.
The clerk then read at length ordinnticc
No. 'J, entitled " Of city officers
Aldermtn Cunningham moved to adopt.
Carried as follows: Ayes Cunninghntm
Fitzgerald, Heardon, Stratton, Swayne,
Wnlder nnd Winter. Nay 0.
OltUIN.KNCK no. fJ.
Ordinance No. :i, entitled "compeiisn
Hon of citv otlicers," wn next rt-id at
length, and on motion of AldcruiNn Win
ter adopted, the ayes being Cunningham,
Fit.gerald, ltearden, Stratton, Swayne,
Walder and Winter 7. Nays 0.
OlilllSTANC'E NO. t.
Onlinunco No. I entitled "in referonco
to olico regulations," was next read at
length, and on motion of Alderman Cun
ningham adopted, the voto being Ayes
HOW TIIK VltlEND-IIAV IIIITICIJI.TY WAH
FETTLED IIOW TIIK "COUNCIL OK
ItUETIIltKN" WAH CONVOKED ITS DECISION.
houietiitio ngo, the following petition
was circulated among tho members of the
Christian church of this citv
Wo. tho tin
iously desiring nn nmicablo settlement of
the uniumnv uimcuitics wnicli liavo ex
istcd in tho church forsovoral months past,
and believing mat such n ectticmcnt can
not bo etiectcd liy llio mcmuors tliem
selves, herein" nsk that n council of breth
ren from neighboring sister churches be
called to meet at this placo to aid tho
church in bringing about that penco nnd
linrmonv ninoni; Its members which should
characterize the followers of tho Lord
We also hereby plcdirc ourselves that
wo will, cacli of us, do nil wo can to cive n
full, fair and impartial lionrinir of all our
church dillicultic to said council of breth
ren, nnd nureo to nbldo tho decision nnd
carry out tho advice of said council.
M. I). Guntor. Nollie Miles,
Eugtnio E. Stubbs, Ella Wortham,
has ncted imprudently in closing, or suf
fering to bo closed, the dotrs of your
church building ngnlnst thoso brothori
who sought n henrine: bol'oro tho church :
that ho has greatly erred in acquiescing
in tho demand for tho arrest of Hrothor
Aiden, nnd in concurr ntr c. or
submitting to tho introduction of police
men into tno congregation, we also nnd
Hint uroiner carpenter lias manilcttcd n
burg will rcsumo tho Hed river trade from
Thoro is a genornl stir among tho stcart
bontmcn ntCln'nnti, LoulsTllloand Pitts
burg gtttlng crows and their boats ready
to leave on slioit notice.
The Lucy Hertrum has arrived at Now
Orleans, and for a great wonder tho papers
M. H. Armstrong,
William Horry. '
Jano S. Holden,
James T. Wnrd,
I- rauklin ard,
P.. J. Cundill,
H. It. Hnv.
John C. Talbott,
llelMtcu Mull, H),d IrntU Htrtels-,
and will keep conmnilyon hand the be.tmea!
" nil ',. (n'D .1 marllf,t. Tliey dely pom
r " " '. liepllltl
JAMES KYN ASTON,
lintrlirr mid Itriilvr lu nil UlndN I resU
Oiiui .isntfrii A.su lVi'iin brmti.
CAIK ), IMilNOfJi.
pi'YH and alaii2litera only the rery bet cattli
lj noa. auil Kliip.i. bml im rirat.ared it) nil
lieuiand for fro.h moat, from one pound to iu
tl.oukand Kjuri(t. io'.'iW
Tho following were guests at tho St.
Charles hotel yesterday: "Lewis, St.
Louis ; J. Fouthgatc Hamilton, John A.
Kelly, Dan'l Hogan and Duko II. Carter,
-Mound City, III.; M. DoForrcst, St. Louis;
W. II. Morris City; PliM. S Ilisey, Hird
ville. Mo.; Leo Elliott, Hallurd county,
Ivy.; S. T. Crosley, Hallurd county, Ky. j
Geo. W. Dugan, Holivar, Tonn.; Geo. Fox,
Cincinnati, Ohio; E.M. Dudley, Syracuse,
N Y.; Thomas Orrall, Iloston;"w. K.
Ilainhart, St. Louis; T. K. Wnggoncr,
Mound City, A. 11. Hundoll, Chicago;
I "tine Farnemnn and Wife, Delphi, Ind. ;
Frank H Van Yalkcuberg, Milwaukee:
A. L. Sword, New Orleans; C. E. Merrill,
I. C. It. It.; S. N. Keer, Mo; N. E. Gray,
New York; W. II. Heeves, Missouri ; Win.
Jones, Chicago; J. II. Finlay,Springfiold,
111., W. II. .McCora, Chicago; S. G. Hob-
inson, Kimkukcc; .Ino. .1. Harton, Phlln-
The Sample Koom. .Mr. P. Fitzger
ald's tnniplo room, at tho corner of Four
toenth street und Coinmetclal avenuo, is
supplied with ns flno a stock of wines
Scotch nnd Itish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
was ever ollcred for i-alo in this citv. Mr,
F. is doing a wholesale business, nnd be
ing thoroughly ucquuintcd with the bind
ncis in which ho lias embarked, feels con-
ndent of his abilitv lo sell l.li i.n,,,l m
ull,'aP if not cheaper, tlian any other es-
iiiuiiiHi.icni iii i o c tv. tin
Carolino E. Osborn,
Almorn M. Osborn,
Nannie T. Alden,
Martha F. Hay,
Sallio H. Clark,
C. it. Nowland,
J. L. jlorris,
G. M. Alden.
Mrs. Marv E. Clark-
It. C. Wcirick and wife, membership nt
St. Lotii'. but spendin'' most of their
time in Cairo and worshiping ut tho
Hy authority which they thought they
found in tho above memorial, petition or
request, Mcsrs. Hay, Alden and Tnllott
addresed tho following circular to several
of the Cliri-lian churches in the vicinil
Oaiko, Iil., Clct.OO, 1TI.
To the Church nt .
Dkak HltETllItEN : It is porhnp known
to vou that u verv unplea;iitit dithculty
has existed in tho church nt this placo for
some months past. It seeming to be im
tinssiblu that said ditllcultv can bo arnica-
tly nnd honorably adjusted by tho church,
a mnloritv of tho "members ot tho church
havo united in u can lor nn auviscry coun
cil from our neighboring sister churches
to come to this placo to i.ld us in the set
tlement of our unhannv troubles.
The brothers nnd sisters uniting in tins
tn In, vn wit rnt.fl i,i u'ritintr t n in. crn rnr n.'d
" a ,IU.V.,V.. ft ' - t "-
Cunningliam, Fitzgerald, Reunion, Strat- I by tho advice of said council after it bus
tjn.Swavnound Walder-O. Nays Win- "d u nnd flllr loaring of all matters
On motion of Alderman Winter the
board then adjourned to meet on Tuesday
evening next at o o'clock.
M. J. Howlet,
Pope continues to " rako in " his
"Iwo-flfly a case" before tho police court,
with a calmness becoming a city pros
There arc twelve persons in the city
jail. Four women and eight men. Tho
moil aro boini; used to good ndvnutngo
on the streets and sidewalks.
McIIale, with tho chain gang, is doing
good work on tho sidewalks. A supply of
lumber having boon procured, work is
Koine ahead as rapidly as could bo ex
Henrv .Martin, nlirht policeman, to
fill tho vacancy occasioned by tho resig
nation of F. M. Sumnor, so far has shown
of difference atnone: us.
This is thereforo to notify you that said
council is culled to meet in tills placo at
1 o clock p.m. ot rriday, tho JUtu day oi
November, and to request that you will
nppoint delegate, ono or more, to repre
sont vour cont'reeration nt said mcctini;.
As tho oxistinguimcuiucs nro uoing mo
eauso wo all lovo great injury in this com
munity, wo trust that you will not fail to
respond to tills call.
o. n. HAT,
G. M. Alden,
J. C. Taliiott.
In compliance with this request, elders
Harmun, Mulkoy, Uritton, Ferrill.P.hodcs
nnd Jones wore appointed tho council,
which convened in this city a few days
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niro. Tins is uic uccisioit arrivcu t.t oy
the " council:
To tho members of tho Church of Christ,
worshimiine: ut Cairo, greeting:
Your council, nfter due deliberation, in
which nil tho circumstances connected
with the history of your unhappy troubles,
so far as thov have been presented to us,
havo been duly and impartially consid
ered, beg leavo to submit this as our unan
1. Wo Illld lliai, to a very great oxieut,
vour troubles havo grown out of the im-
lim - , f , , t ... .
uiiiic'tiiics, anu tit ucciartng inai it a
decision was rendered ngnin.t him, hn,
with twenty others, would leave llio
church nil of which, wo trust, it "an
error oi tno head and not or the heart.
of which wo hopo ho may duly repent,
ana make proper coniession to the congregation.
8. '1 ho council deculv regret that in
coming into your midst, as your brethren,
duly authorized by your sister congrega
tions to mediate in your dillcrcnccs tho
doors of your houso of worship or, we
should say, the J.ord houso liavo been
closed nguinst us. While wo do this, wo
must, in Justice, commend tho spirit that
finally induced the brethren in charge to
open tho houso to the council; wo further
desiro to commend the christian spirit that
marked tho cotirso ol this investigation,
manifested alike bv brother Carpenter and
thoso ncting with him, nnd brother liny
and thoio acting with nun.
'J. The council ngrcc, at far as the evi
dence appears beforo us, that tho election
of now trtiit.'cs was equally as imprudent
as tno conduct o: the old ones, nnd
that of a right tho new trustees should not
olaitn to exorcise tho functions of that of
fice. Wo find no impropriety in the elec
tion of tho additional elder and tho two
ndditionnl deacons, nnd do most earnestly
..... . . . .
recommend that thev, in conjunction with
tho old otlicers, devote themselves, in tho
spirit of christian charity, to tho advance
ment of tho iutcrcHs of the cause of Christ
in your place.
10. The council desire that the trustees
of the congregation take immediate, steps
to havo tho deed to their churcn property
connected in form to the satisfaction of nil
tho brethren, so that peace and harmony
my prevail, nnd every occnsion of etienso
moved from vour midst.
11. Tho council submit the foregoing
nil of which wo trust will bo nccepted and
approved by the brethren to tho end that
God mny bo glorified, nnd Christ's king
dom iidv'unoed upon earth.
A. II A KM AN,
Elder and Evangelist, Anna, Ills., .Mod.
H. O. Jo.vr.s Elder Congregation, Metrop
olis, hceretary. "
Ei.n. J. N. .Mlm.kev.
Eld. D. llr.irro.v,
Eld. W.m. Hiiodk-.
Cairo, Illinois Nov. l'Jth, 1871.
ARM V KD AND DEPARTED.
Btoamer. When. from. Where lo.
Mnrbio Citv St. Louis Memphis.
Argonaut hi. Louis ictin. nr.
St. Joseph St. Lou'n Memphis.
S. S. .Merrill . wrlcans si. ijoui.
Paulino Carroll. ..St. Louis
Mary Alico St. Louis.
Illinois Columbus Columbus.
Hello of Pike Memphis St. Louis.
Cipitol City N. Orleans... .St. Louis.
AKU lliltUlllllt- IlOl'CUUIU.
Low Water Smithlaud
St. Luke St. Louis Vicksburg.
Grand Lake Grmul Tower
Jas. Fisk, jr Paducah Pnducah.
n. Jl. bhrove St. J.ouis Ken river.
of tho kind that w have heard of, although
there has been bout ufter bout loaded htro
this aeason in preferonco so going to St.
Louis for their trips ""d not ono has been
credited with having come from this city
Tho St. Luke was aground three hours
on tho point. Sho had tho trip of tho
Wm. J. Lewis, which boat was dUiblod
by a collision with the Great Itepublic, in
St. Louis harbor, n fow days ngo.
The Grand Lako came down from
Grand Ttwcr, light. Sho il bound for
The Low Water camo In from Smith
land, with a largo containing 3.&00 empty
The Capital City had n big up-jtrcam
'Ihc St. Luke was tilled with passengers
City Xntlonal flunk Itiilldliia;.
.Special attention paid to order. Irom Meam
boats ulclit or dar.fu
Call on Jorgensen for choice London
Ji.t received and to arrive, which wo
will sell at very low prices boxes choico
cheese, 09 tubs wetern recrvo butter
(very choice i, &0 barrels coal oil, 1!S0 kits
mackerel, 600 case" can goods such as
Duckwall it Cook's favorito tomatoes, ken
suts pcachos Yarmouth corn, blueberries,
mincemeat, Shaker it Kempt s and Day
it Co.'s pre-crves -'i boxes 25 half boxes
and CO quarter boxes new layer raisins,
new prunes and currant", half million
" W. P.," " O.' and " D." cans, 10 barrels
New Orleans molasses.
Stuatton it IliitD, Ohio Loveo.
Where aro you going? To tho plat(
number 03, Ohio levee, where they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fiih and game, and
tho flnc.t wines, liquors and cigars to It
found in the city. Open at all hours, daj
or night. J. E. Parks
Fresh Seguiu mackerel on hand at Jor
Dit. Price's Golden Medical Dia
rnVKitr tvI1I nnl mitt, tlm .lend, lint it will
benefit and euro tho living, For all sever.
Coughs, Throat and Bronchial diseasoa i
bn. nnrer liofii (viiiaIpiI. fiSO
Select Lleme figs in layers, can b
found nt Jorgenten's,
the rivers and their condition..
Hero th Ohio hns begun to fall and du
ring ho past 21 hours has fallen about ono
A typographical error yestorday made
tho amount of water at Pittsburg 2 foot
0 Inches when it should havo road 9 feat
Our authority for reporting a ten feet
nso at 1'ittsburg cumo, ns wo thought,
from n good sourco, and wo did not lioe-
Markiaok Guide. Interesting worl
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Trie
GO cents. Address Dr. Hutts' DIsponHnrj
.no, 12 ortn J-.igntn ftircot, i. ajouu
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
himself a good ofiico. May ho never grow prudc,nco of brother John Friend, in acj Unto to mnko it known.
shnro of the public patronage.
weary in well doing
The revised ordinances will havo to
be read onco more in tho board of aldir
men, nnd then go into tho
bunds of the printers for public
ation in book form. The members of
tho council will not, regret it when
"this infernal crJinnnco reading business'
is off their hands. It has been a tedious
"B MALM u
Eighth Stkbkt, Uetwrek Washington
and Commercial avenues,
A4JImIbst KMteiilioiue a llnuuy'a.
Kp III beat of Ilttcf, 1'otk, Mutlbn. Veal
Lamb, Haunage.atc., aud arc proiatei) Itl rr r
citlstna In thn rnM acceptable min&ei;
HXylHmVl.j.Mt'tVi , .
Hki.iaiile and S.srE. Dr. Honry Hoot
and Plant PilH aro mild nnd pleasant In
their operation, jet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. HoW cntlrcl v
vegetable, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or buelne. They urouso the
liver nnd secretive organs into healthy
action, throwing cfl disease without ex
hnuitlng or debilitating the system. Try
them and you will bo satisfied. Price !,
cents u box. Sold by druggWts and deal
ersln medicine every where. Prepared by
the. (Irufton M liclno company, St. Louis,
M.uouri. " myOdn.
tr . "
, amu. to iAciiANor.-Fur Improved
V.I.IIU j....p.:riy, j.io Ul-rui of Kd
wiuiui u.iu ... wim ii j,uir of llickinati
Kentucky, with good brick hoiuo and nil
nccei;.ry out uunuingt. Thu pl co nho
bus on it ono uiousnmi iruit trees For
further Informntlon apply to
Jah. Mallorv, Steamboat A-cwt,
. ....I -t!i i it i Ids OXClusion jiuiu juiii uu.iiuui , ni.u 1140 wcuiiier was inn, uuuui. -. ,.. .... piumc, generally, an rnienainwcut u. .",' -.
"r fM' 00 ,lk'ul your council agree in tho opinion that the it hegan to rain and ns we close this it is
former for ofl,,18ve and proceedings, tinder thoso c.rcumsu, h AIT""
Tut the Wonderful Japanusk
Grkbn Tea Pii.k Cuhi:-U has never
failed In tlm mo.,t stubborn cases. It
cures by iibsorptlon. No pain. No In
jurlous substances. $5.00 Ki Vtr for every
nuthentlcnttd failure. Sent by mail to
mi nuuress on receipt of price (ll.Oin
aim .ue exira lo pay postage. Orders
must bo addressed
William W. .Mouhim a- r.
Solo proprietors for Fnited States'' am)
iiritisu irovinces, 01 l ourth Avenue
Pittsburg, Pa. novleodyin.
A member of tho Now York com
mittee ol seventy pas.ed through tho city
yesterday, and was shaved at William Al-
ba's shop, Commercial avenue, near tho
corner of Eighth street, Ho savs it was
thu smoothest shave ho has received for
years. Alba haa a new and experienced
barber to lend him a helping lmn.l und
can accommoduto nil liL patron, prompt-
WuiuiiT'h nu plun ultra minced mc t
prejiared expressly for family use, at J..r-yenscn's.
wore arrested, tho
threatening language, and the latter for
langungo considered olfensive, and taken
before his honor, SqulroShannessy, yostor
day; but 111 the opinion of tho venerablo
justlco, tho ovidenco ngulntt them was
"too thin,'1 and thoy woro discharged
m.i e . I .11. .11.1 .
ino lorociotis iiiuiviiiuai wno gave
Ohiuf .Myors a "bolt over the oyo, on Fri
day evening was beforo Judgo llross yes
centine the position of ovangellst, or pas
tor ot your congregation, ufter having
boon notified of tho protest of nn cldor,
two dencons und other members of your
body ; and in further assuming to act ns
your elder oy viriue 01 111s position us
Tho ovidenco that has been presented
to this council docs not sustain tlto charges
and sncciilcatlons iigainst brother S. H.
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Hnv: and ins. in connection wuii mu
fact that brother Friend, without tho au
thority of holy writ, ussumcd to act ns
vour elder, whon ho had not been regularly
chosenland stt apart to that work in your
congregation nullifies nnd renders void
liih exclusion irom your iitimoer uuu
Mononguhcla is 8 feet 5 Inches and fall
As Louisville the river is rising slowly.
Tho Ohio is swelling nt Evnnsvillo nnd
stationary at Cincinnati.
Ouchita is still rising and boats aro
having no troublo running.
Ucd river is still rising and heavy rains
havo fallen for tho past U days.
Tho Mississippi is jig tun rising with n C
feet stago in tho chnnnol.
weather and iiusiness.
During tho greater part of yesterday
tho weather was fair, and about p. m.
Just Heceiyed. W. W. Thornloi .
fTst. .AA.A l.niti .nnn rVitnta'.nVitt'll 1 DlWinM '
and Poplar street, has just received and i
irtro 1 ..Hill finnr. ,111(1 i.inrtf winuuvto uui ,
Adams' Dry Corned Fish for sale)
sen's t 1
Motulity unil Tuesday r.senliica,
seinlier UlNl anil i!2l, 1H71.
At tho sobclt ition of numerous Cairo friends.
Ii.vn ,li'ii rnnried on nre.entlnic them and II .
public, generally, an pniertalnment ot n Tana
urn contrary to tho teachings of tho serin
turcs. nnd tho practico of tho christiun
church In conlorniity tnorowitii.
t "is uounc i sironer v censuro 1110
spirit nnd nits of your Trustees; first in
MISCELLANEOUS AND OENERAI. NEWS.
Twonty'threo tow boats with tows of
und afterwards coal amounting to 2,135,000 bushols havo
through n tioliceman, tho koys 01 ino
church; tecum, In instituting acivu sun
cing ail iinpro i. .trn"c(lnto tiie'church taming 2,211,000 busl
iiii,iin.ri und rottrCA. in acting upon tho M.070,000. This Is tho
grave matter 01 uiihiiub . j-.tunccnav,
torday morning. His name is McCltllan, tltlin. 1 1 ho consent of, nt least, 11 fair ma
aud tho evidence Against him beiuL' vorv in.ht- nf tho congregation : for nil of
ltroni'. he was ou nu over n tin. , r I n-lilr.li llmso uruiureu siioum maK.i
five hundre o.lars to iiwnit tho ncthm of VWZr T Aide,,,
J "'" i Ku when tempted by considerablo provociv
anu was given npurununis m the county tion, has yielded to tho inlluenco ot a
sweat box to await tho ttim nf tlm n.,vi lm.t v nnd violent tnmtior. litis, no lias
tunn of tho circuit court. admitted publicly 10 tno council, aim
. 1011I1I inako thu samo open coinossiou 10
a. 'Ph.. council find that tho proceedings
ni.atnat. and withdiitwal from, brothers
loft Pittsburg for Cincinnati, nnd the sumo
number of boats loft for Louisvlllo con-
bushols. Grand total,
first start this sea-
... . .... . , .titi....
son. xnoro win uo minions mm iiiiuiunn
of bushels run down if the wator will per
mit. Tho Marblo City camu down drawing C
foot 11 inches nnd rubbed but littlo. dipt,
lion. Klilrlov.'ono of hor pilots, informed us
fl.r,t tl.nin la L'Ood 0 feet (if Wator ill tllO
Tho Argon-nit laid hero waiting for tho
S, S. Morrill to arrive with' her barge;
Kim loft vesini-.lnv for Tonnossoe river
GEMS OF EUIN,
and In tho perlormanco of which I shall be a
aiato 1 by
Mrw. Wllllnni Cnrlettin. '
I rcapoctfudy solicit tho patronage of the H
ions, and pronilao thorn faithfully togneane:
joyanlo evening to on. and all CAET0.V.
FOlt THE SOUTH.
'Ihe mammoth nnd fine passenger steamer, j
..in i p.i.. Hun.lov. l'Jth Inst., at 10 n'c-lof
n.m .lor tlm above pons. For Irolght or pass.i.
apply on board or to
Hiiick Store rou Hent. The brlc
store, .No. iB, Uhio I.ovec. now occuolod
by F. M. Stockfletb, Esq., is, offered foi Hay, Alden irndTulbott and sister Clark : lown t.cu hargos which will bo loaded
rent, and will bo vacant on thu 18th Inst ro ,lol.lu ,a'corJ","..0,wU.U..!l'? I ?, with lumber.
Al'l'ly to Jno. It. Piiillis. tZ itlon of eldership by brother Tho Morrill had but ft littlo trip lor
octlltf Friend: tecund. from the fact tlmt these
brothers and this sibtor worn not proporly . towboat belonginc to tho
May be found at rteod A Itutm'a from this foi
rraru. Any woik hi u.o
Mill receive prompt attention.
LIIU I . . ... I .
nt Jorgensen's Staple nnd Fancy Grocery ovd.nco, no specified chnrges wero jiro- Missusijipl "S ulloy transportation tompa- , a nX ufvk,wmnh business carried 01
Kiore I furred auainst nny ol thoio meutiencd, I uy Will leavo uiiiciniuui wr'""lim
Found. That tho choicest butter is
labored with inpriuto; fAt'rrt, from the