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Tll K TJ11U 01- THkTlUNOIS CENTRAL 11, n.
On and .(.rrKun.lv. "'SZ
in ,ii.c-l6l.le w II 8""'" "'' n,r"M '""'rl
ure of " ' C'ri" ,, .,
rjiifall train, dally It: JJ p.m.
' J.ipres. dally Hijun.
M-iW.Mally - - 3:30 B.n.
Express, daily, except Hundty 3:WJ p.m.
No change of cart ftomCairo to Ht. Lonla. No
change ol " from U.1ro In Chicago. Klefsnt
prsnloK Jloo'U tUepniii cjrs on niglit trsins.
Iltggaffc -chfcltifJ vtVll ftnportt.t pUnts.
QUICKEST1 ROUTE FROM SOUTH
tliLINOlS CENTRAL U K.
SrtlLOUl, LoDlVir.LKI CINCINNATI, Cm-
3wcaoo, 2ew York, Boston,
TOINTS EASjTjVND WEST.
H'lsuSger trains arrlvn at and leave" Cairo 'at fol
lows mail. rxrarts.
Aksivi .'1 1 J im 111. 3i!i0p.tn.
Hirstr 1 113 p.m. ai3 p.m.
both trains conn"st a. Contrails, with train on the
Pans, Decatur, Hlontningtcn, Kl Paso, I,r 8t'.e,
. aienuou, r rccpori,iiuieii'i, putmnue, ami
. , all point In Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, vViseonsIn nnd
lown. Anil with
iMnes running East and West for
Sit. Louis, Hpa-nnlieM, Louisville,
Cincinnati. lmCaiianolis. Columbus.
Ahil at Chicago wllii Michigan Central, .Michigan
southern, and J'ltuNirjj. Kurt Wayne
mid tiaiengo JiaiirosJS for
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Allwny, Huston, Philadelphia,
Niagm Fall. Krle. llutlalo,
.New York, rittslrurc:, ll.Ullmnre,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through Hearts, and information, apply to
Illinois wmrai j.nurnau ir'i.
W. P. JOHNSON,
General Pn.scrjjcr Agent, Culcago.
frUN. Agent, Cairo.
SrillNGKIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH EASTEUN Jt. It.
OaanilanerMonila;', April 21th, 1871, trams nil
, rus as follows:
TBil.1l G01KO JOlTIIti.t.
, 3:0U '
, 4:2tl "
. :17 "
LcT Vircinia-....- (.:Kln.m..
Arrive at l'aua..........U:lii m
I.eaTe Pani. ...4:o(iB,m .3:3ip.ni.
" Tftjlortille ...1:17 " 4:M '
Arrire at epnngnel J...6;15 " e.00 "
Lear SpmgfielJ.....M.rcS3 " 6:10 "
ArrlTeat Vlrgiola.......(r:4i ...8:li "
nil.n ooi.so iovintmi.
LeiTe Kdgewood.. i:S0 a.m. ... 10:10 a.m.
" Flora... 8S5 ....... m
Arrire at ihawneetown3:Mp m. .... &;5 p,tn
Taatx. ooixo ktiiwut.
Leave Enawneetown IM a.m ... 8.20n.m
Arrire at jyBeWoodi!l4.'so ' ""''""".'.n
The 5.39 a.m. train from Edgowood, run's onlr
Mondajf, idnvsitaj. and Friday., and 6:5 a.m.
II..IU null, oimnursigwu ou lue.uajs, Thurso
(laT. and taturdars.
Connect, at Aaliland with luVuiiMmn .ii.i.i.-
nf Chicago and Alton Rillroad. for J v:konvllle
Petersburg, Maaon Citr, n nd all tioint. west.
At sprinneld. with Chicago ami Alton, and
ipicuo, aoasn ana uent rn Jlllro.Ml, tr
uiriuiuKmii, -iih.ijo, nnu an point" north, north'
At rn nilli Ind. and 8!. I.ouls, and Illlnoi
"' auroat lor nu poiatl call, south
r.'. t',tfe?!O0J.wl,,, Chicago Division Illioots
At Flora, with Oliio and Aflneiitslpm Kail road
Jniix Fo.3iTT.Oen'l Kr'gt nnd Tlrltet ,B't.
MOUND CITY AND CAIHO
THE STEAjM tug, cache
Capt. ili.iam II. Saxdcskt.
FOUIl TRIPS EVERY DAY
Leave 3Id. Citt,
iooi or rioiini tratrr.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At i r.M.
At, 5 r.M.
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 'J.30 r.M.
At C.30 r.M.
WILL LAND. "WHEN HAILED,
1I0X rACTORV, iiawe'r landixo, kt.
MOUTH OP CACHE, MARINE WAYS,
AND NAVY YARD.
STEAM ERA. BAKER,
Cairo and Capo Gh'nrdeau
J. H. IIAY.Analer,:
Will leave Cilto for Vpe fflrnrdcau etery Tuej
dv and Kndiiy, at 8 o'cloclc, a.m.. nnd returning
w .11 leave, (! (iirariieuu every Wednesday ani
Stuidsy morniui!! at the mine hour. I'or frolght
and pe.?e apply nn ImaM "eptntf
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Wtcily Packet for Paducali, F.vansvllle sn Lou.
T. O. 11 YJIAX, Jluitor.
Leave. Cslro eveiy HATUDHAY at 6 icloak p.m.
t ht trclntit or passage apj ly on boanl or to
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
The splendid steamer
Joe Fun ler, Muster.
Les.es Clro DAILV, (Bundaya oxbtpted) at
I' H. ror trelclit ur rin.t.pA Annlt ntilmurdnr
CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
U. K. MAIL l'At'KITr.
The lasl.rut.nlBK, 'light d.au,ht steamer,
; M ALIA K 1UG0N,
OHH KOWLKR .....
W ILL KOWI.E It ...:Z'Z"" 8l
Leaves Cairo : EVERY SUNDAY a.,d THtiltBliAT
(inplaceof sttainer Idlewlld), at s "UAT
JAW. IIHitiH, Alf'l
PADUCAII AND EVANSNILLE,
(In place of the Ark.Dclle),
THE etLVSDW LIGHT DRAUOUT BTKAMUR
I.EE MOWKIX, Mawter.
Will Irara Cairo roi"Et!Bvllle ivryWEDNFJ?.
DAY i ml WATUHDAY. at B o'cltot, i.ra. Vot
freight or pmw apply o,iloaro o u
JAM. !, At'i.
MHS. ANNA LAtfO,
FinllTII'ST., HET. WA8HINOTON AND COM"
In now receiving v beautiful a'4rlrhenVot'
Ifnll titlinery Goods,
In'linlinllBt and Shape of the l.itcsi lylo.
ItlhtirrN, 1'liiner. mill KcnltierM.
Mrs. Lang will also .how customers Ibf l.rgeal
. .election of . ..
To bo found In the cltyT-
MllS. M. BWANDEIl,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Comincrclnl Avenue, oifilr I.lllo
CLOTHING FOlt LADIES WEAK
Made lo order, or Read.Kade.
Ha received a full an t complete stock cf good,
the ncucst nnd coiniilctc.l in the dir.
in me cur. An
inense rarity ol
KIIiBOXS, LACES AND FltlNOES
she oflera creat Inducemtl. to her natrons anil
ah bluer, to can oniier.oxaiuin. me prices, mjim
and quality of her gnortai
ICXDAT ITltX0,imiltB, 2lh.
The rattling fatce of
THUNDER ASD LIOI1T.VIXC.
Jacob. a rich miller H. Pruejs.
Johanna, his daughter-.....- -.-.Miss K'n.
uranaeim, bngmcer i.ituivnan...nucneouacKer.
Tollberg, an overseer .-.....C. Bchon.mjer.
wm. Munser, otuuent - ja. jikhci.
Margaret, miller a housekeper Mrs. Meenner.
The celebratad American actors. Mr. P. II. and
V. I), have been cinrcsslv entraied for the occa
sion. Mid wilt entertain the audience with their
sweetest vocal and Instrumental tones. Mr,
Jaeckcl therefore Invite hU American triends.
SO con la.
Doors or.en at T o'ocloek. Performance to b'
gin at 8 o'clock.
I'iiIiIIsIumI every m timing, Monilny ei
Tiiaxkh. Sir Knlghl.Jamcs II. Fulton
hns our tliiinks for u cony of tho Ualtlmoro
ion Kent. YWi rooms otct tho city
council chamber. Eiiciuiro of Jacob G
The Letter List. Wo publish this
morning n Hit of lottors rotnnining In tho
post oflico tmcalle:! for.
oMARt ALKCK6 Tho niomber. af tho
radical cliquo aro tryintr to conciliate
Vnrd, In hope that by o doing thoy raav
ward off defeat.
Church or the Kedkkmbr. The rec'
tor having relumed home, sorvices may be
expected in thii church' at the usual hours,
10:30 a. m. and 7:38 p.m. J
The DrsR are. Homorrhage) malarri i?
the numo of tho diseuio that killed Mich
ael Mnlonoy. It resemble black YOmit,
and is ns fatal, but it is not contugcous.
Tlio dlseuso is a now one.
Moderating. Tho vreathcr. During
tho fore part of thi vvcttk tho "Blow, yo
winds of morning," nnd of nvenlng, too,
wore decidodly chilly, but yesterday they
becamo balmy very pleasant.
Goinu to Uuii.1). Mr. O. Close is hav-
ng the plans and sticciflctttiona of his nro-
poscd new house prepared. It will be ono
the most beautiful, comfortable and
convenient residences ic tho city.
A hlk. Harmon Ablu hns lust flntshod
putting a new coat of paint on tho steam-
r "IiOiiuviUo." Able in fact as woll as
name put his best foot foremost in this
job and has mudo his vr ark speak for Itsolf.
Architects and Dhauohthmek .
Mofisr. Uuuman ic Ileuenstino. n liross'
building, aro prepared to promptly do
any work In their lino, and in a manner
that cannot bo excelled In any of tho larger
Orit jor Europe. Tho Salino Countv
Jltgirttr of tho 20th, cays that 'Gen. Eaura
received a dispatch from Gon. Burnsldo.
lust night, to tho effect that ho (Burnsldoi
had ordered work to be comrnonced in tho
lower counties at once, and that he sails for
TiieSional Station. Sergeant Fen
ton of tho signal servico, has boon
withdrawn from this post, nnd hiijucces-.
sor appointed. Tho now officer is in the"
city, nnd will enter upon his duties lm.
mediately. Sergeant Fenton will prob
ably bo called to "Washington.
"Cross Hands, and Down tub Mid
dle," A professor of tho Thorpslcorean
art, or, in plalnlanguago, ftdancing-mastor
m xno larger citlo of tho east a reallv
.-.wising, moucst-appearing man
proposes to teach the toes of our voting dan-
ktLZ , , 110 will commonco his
harmonic hnll nn k,,,i.... . . "
1V11I lm nldl.l,l 1... .
"... mu u.iiitvu ujr tniuiivcu amateur.
to uso Mr. Jitockel's language, bv "ii,.
two eclebruted Amoi lean actors, Mr.P u
und Mr, W. I)., who havo been oxprtsily
onuueed for the occasion ttnl will i nt .
taiu tho audienco by their swoetcft TOCRl
and instrumental tonot."
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1871.
Tath Tli .Tnnr.bOTO Oattttt
avtn JL slll i A IIU v---
slin.,1.1 t. i,i it Jon't. In tho Issue
of that papor dated 23d, instant, wo
llin fnl'.iwlnf t
- ........ 0 rl.- it..
By it peoples' ticket rmo in mu iue
'imin tahoii the town, o white
Inborori nro employed upon tho public
works, null Siimbo bus it all his own way.
Tills Is nlwayii true. Give h dnrkoy an
Inch and hu will alwnVs taho an ell.
Tho nsscrtlon that thero aro no white
laborers employed' npon tho public wotlu
of Cairo will bojiows to our citizens, and
thoy will uo astonished to learn that the
nocrooa havo taken the town. Thore aro
five negroos In tho employ of tho city, and
all tho other employes, twenty In numbor,
aro whlto men. Tho success of tho citi
zens' ticket wai a blessing to the city, a
fact which, no candid man, not.lgnorant
of tho facts, can dony. Sorip hat bocn
pprcoiatod In valuo from 65 cents to par j
tho thieving grasshopper clement which
during last year preyed upon strangers
and citizens aliko lias beon eliminated;!
needed reforms havo been introduced Into
thomuniclpat government ; nnd If tho pol
icy which has been inaugurated during tho
present year shall boporsovcrcd in for sov
ernl years, Cairo's financial credit will bo
redoomcd, and tho reproach of bcfn tho
rendezvous of confldonco men, gamblers,
thieves and peripatotic roguos cannot.be
any longer cast at her.
Be Prepared. Within tho noxt few
days, Father Hoffman nnd Mr. m.
Klugo will canvass tho city in behalf of
the society of St. Joseph's church, to. col-
loct tho subscriptions of such of our citi-1
zons ns responded to tho call of tlioSt. Jo
seph's socioty for aid in tho building of
thoir church edifice. It is to hoped that
all who subscribed will respond promptly,
and that thoso of.our citizens whoso nninc.i
do not appear upon tho list, will come
forward and assist in nn enterprise which
will add to both tho moral and material
prosperity af tho city. It is tho design
of thoso having it in charge, to put up a
building that will not only be a credit to
the society but an ornament to tho city,ono
which, in design and architectural display,
will far surpass all the other church build
ings in Cairo. In order to carry out this
purpose it is necessary to collect all that
hu been subscribed, whether tho tamo bo
great or small, and it is respectfully urged
that subscribers, and all ottiora who may
wish to contribute,wilI be prepared for tho
visit of Father Hoffman and Mr. Kluce.
Tho following persons'wero nt tho St.
Charles hotel yesterday : J. C Noeinlt,
Chicago, 111.; W. L. Norman, Lockport,
N. Y.; James Fletcher, Mound City, 111.;
Dr. Brown, tame; J. H. Dennis, Tcnn,
Dr. Dodson, Anna, 111.; J. B. Bozlcr, St.
Louis; "W. II. Hamilton, same; D. II.
Mory, Paducab, Ky.; Henry Burnett,
same; U. . I'reston, ow Orloans; J.
"Whitchouse and son, Cincinnati: Mrs.
Vandcrguft, Now Orleans; Miss Josie
Vandcrguft, same; Mii Mollio Vander
guft, samo ; "W. C. Johns, Decatur, 111.;
TV. G., Banners, Cincinnati ; E. T. Blythe,
tamo; J. C. McConnoll, Richmond, Va;
J. WIscner, St. Louis ; T. II. Butts.Michi
gan ; "Y Stevenson, Pittsburg, Pa.; J. A.
Johns, Springllcld, 11).; John Grohcgan,
Florida; G. L. Voodry, Ch'eago; "Win
Isenberg, same ; TV. T. TVhitmore, same.
The New "Wilson. Smith & Biink-
meyer, corner Commercial nvenuo and
Eighth ttroct, ara selling tho Now "Wilson
Under-Feed Shuttle Sawing Machine, tho
best and cheapest machine in tho world.
It is told $20 cheaper than any other ma
chine. Some of the many advantages
claimed for it are as follows :
1st. It is as1 durablo, well finlshifd, and
costs as much to manufacture , as other
First-class Machines; but sells for some
2d. For hemming and felling it is un
3d. That It is the simplest tliutth ma
chine made. , , .
4th, It has less wearing parts.
Sth. It has no grooved cams, ball joints,
compound cranks, or cog wheels.
Cth It is adapted to a larger range of
work, without change, than any other ma
St. Louih Police Convention. Chief
of, Pollco Myers has received it letter from
James McDonough, Esq., of St. Louis, I
chief of police of that city, usking his
prcsonco'nt n pollco convention to bo hold
on tho 20th of October noxt. Mr. Myers
is empowered to extend nn invitation to a
limited number of gentlemen interested in
and known to bo " posted " on polico mat
tors, llatlroad traninertation will bo fur
nished to such as accept tho invitation to
attend tho convention, tho objoct of which
is lo discuss police xnattors, with n ylow to
inir improvement and benefit.
"Why Not? It may bo an error of our
judgmont, but wo bellove tho pooplo of
Wiro ought to loam what Horace Greeley
knows abaut farming. If thoy know, thoy
would bo happy and grow rich. Is it not
thorefore tho duty of the Younc- Men's
Christian Astociution to procuro.tho servi
ces oi tlio great farmor as a locturor ? Ho
Is choap, and ought to coma Cairo for tho
bonoflt of both bis moral and physical
hoalth. By all moans (nnd this meant bus
iness) lot the farmor of Chapaijua bo sent
Nkw Meat Market. Nick Williams
will open his new meat market thit morn
ing at tho corner of Poplar and Twentieth
ttrcots, wheroho will keon constantly on
hanil all klndt'of moat and tho very boat
in tho market. Ho will not permit any
butcher in tho city to excol him. Nick
knows his business, and earnostly Invites
the public to give him a call ot.his now
FuiLLir Bauqii it natter af kit trade.
and warraatt all of hu work to be af the
ry it tt material and manufacture; guar
anteesa complete "lit arid entire iatisfac-
tlon, is not confinod to anvroarticular stvle,
but maket every variety of boott and shoes
irom tbe heaviest cowhide to tho finest
Fronch calf and marocco. He also keeps
largo slue on liand,'o hxiown munufae-
turf, ana any ono duslrout of purchasing
good custom work cheap ahould call on
" at His ttiop on Eolith it., aouth aUlo,
near corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. dtf
1'hk hotelt uta Glllevi axtiacti and
OUR FREIGHT BUSINESS.
THE ILLINOIS OENTIIAL
rnr.ia.iTS rr.ot notmt to north, and
prom north to south ovjcr half a
BILLIO.f POUNDS HAND Jin m 1870,
During tho onr 1870, according lo nn
oluborulo and vury carefully propnrod os
tlinnlo which has just boon complotcd by
Mr. James Johnson, of this cily, th0 total
receipts of freight
FROM NEW ORLEANS
at the Cairo station of tho Illinois Central
railroad amounted to thirty-six millions,
ilvo hundred ninety .thousand, thrco
hundred nnd thrco pounds, nnd consisted
in part of
30,972 bars railroad iron ;
7,177 hogsheads sugar;
294 hogsheads coconnuU;
3,113 barrels molasses;
1,475 barrels oranges;
5,291 barrels cement ;
2,733 barrels rico ;
1,200 barrels rosin;
25C barrels pneans ;
1,000 boxes rasins ;
G,705 barrels oraugci nnd lemons;
3,2S0 sacks salt;
3,473 sacks coll'oo j
1,721 bales moss ;
750 bales hides;
21,500 bundles green hides ;
Theso freights, nllowlng 20,000 pounds
to tho car, would lond 1,829 cars; but, in
fact, they filled at least 2,000 cars, nil of
which were promptly forwarded to their
Tho. freights received nt this station
amounted to over twcnly-ono million
pounds, ns follows:
071 barrels cotton seed oil;
1,039 barrels apples ;
1,770 barrels potatoes;
750 bundles green hides;
11,012 dry hides;
42,105 bales of cotton.
Theso freights were destined ns follows:
1,00'J bales to local points in Illinois;'
18,470 bales to eastern states by National
22,G81 bales to eastern states by Bluo
It roquired 1,100 cars to loud theso
freights, nllowlng 20,000 pounds to the car
TR9M THE M01IILE AND OHIO R. It.
amounted to one million six hundred
eighty-nine thousand nnd fifty-four pounds
"of cotton 2,504 bales, destined ns followt :
1 100 bales to local polns in Illinois;
221 bales to eastern slates by Bluo Line ;
2,233 biles to eastern states by National
Tho National Line did not commenco
shipping over tho Illinois Central until
tho first of October, 1870, nnd tho run sunt
of cotton handled by that, lino was han
dled in thrco months ending January 1,
1871. Tho Continental Fast Freight Line
will also ship largely by the Central this
year. It is boliovcd by tho railroad offi
cers that at least 100,000 bales of cot
ton will be shipped through Cairo by these
lines during tho present year.
The abovo cstimato shows tho freights
shipped north und cast. Tho freights re
ceived from tho north nnd cast, over the
Central, from August 1, 1870, to August 1,
1871, for tho merchants of Cairo nnd rc
thiptnont to points south, amounted to two
hundred sixty-thrco millions five
hundred sixty-seven thousand six hun
dred nnd fltty-six pounds, or 13,178 7-20
cars of 20,000 pounds each.
When wo take these facts into consider
ation, and remember that during the year
1870, 5,000 steamers, of nn averago ton
nage of flvo hundred tons each, landed at
this port, wu may form sotno idea of tho
importanco cf tho shipping and forward
ing business of Cairo.
Police Court. Judgo Uroia' court
yesterday was patronized by n goodly
numbor of cltizons ninlo and fctnalo.
John Budges was fined 55 and costs for
fast driving through tho streets, nnd
S. Hemphill for acting ns a steamboat run
nor without n license, $5 and costs. A-
number of fights and drunks wero investi
gated, und a lot of frail girls flr.od 10
and costs, each, for, plying their lewd
trodo. Theso girls havo been outlawed by
socioty, daro not follow any docont voca
tion, nro shun nod by tho virtuous nnd
tctimingly virtuous as if their very pros-
enco wcro contamination, are compelled to
ply thoir uebaucliing calling, und, by
thii operations of tho ordinances aro kept
torover penniless, tt largo proportion of
tiicir earnings finding Its way in to tlio poc-
huisoi uiocity oiucurs. Of courso, tho
officors do no moro limn is required of
thorn by tho ordinances, but their vigl
lanco Is rathor hard on tho girls.
Attack on Hev. Bradley. Wo nro in
reoclpt of n communication, signed by
Doacon Abernnthy and Wm. Morse, col.
orod churchmon, violontly assailing the
character of tho llov. Mr. Brudloy. Thov
Buy ho forged n cortaln man's name to n
letter to tho Baptist association, and pre
sented that letter with tho credentials
" that had been taken from him by publi
cation," nna tlioy say other hard things
The communication closes with tlio follow
ing peculiar sentonco : " Ho stolo that wo
man's, monoy that wus plckon cotton, yes
stole, and Jncob setton buy her sido." Wo
cannot boltovo Jacob morits all this abuso.
Ho is toocaroful too Jealous of his good
Our Munn. Cairo cannot bo left out
in tlio cold, even in a radical convention,
a fact which was demonstrated tho other
day nt Springfield when our Munn was to
lected to prctldo ovor tho republican stnto
convention. In this net tho importance of
tho capital of Egypt was recognized, and
M linn honored. It was tho right thing in
tho right placo, and proved to bo thobnlm
of Giload which healod our disappoint-
meat, occasioned by tho determination of
tho radical managors to nominate liovor
ago to congress instead of our fellow
towTiiman, PaulG. Kohui lellt itattlngor'n medl
Boardi ho houses uso GUlet'i. gl3
Jorgcnsen has u great run for Cnpt.
Whlto's oriental pickles. tf
Go to Parker A Blithe' i for window
(bus, putty, etc. nug2Cdliu
Gillkt's watblng crystal makes wn.h
lug easy, ag 13
Shrlvo's celebrated 11 o'ekek lunob
oyestors at Jorgcnsen t. tf
Beautiful biscuits follow GUlol't bak
ing powder. agli
Go to Parker & Blake's for wall pa
per, window shades, otc. aug'JGdltn
kt Gil let's double-3trength extracts.
Wslv. regulated families use Glllet's
Everybody goes to Jorgentea't family
gorcory for tho Halferd Leichesterihlr
MoNir refunded if Glllet's gondt doa't
Those French Cherries, la syrap, so
popular with coanolseura are sold by Jer
gensen. Go to Parker & Blake't far- Uaap?
lmnp chimneys, paint brushes, etc.
School bookt will now bo in demand, or
ought to bo. For tho latest nnd best books
go to Rockwell & Co't. Thoy also keep a
largo assortment of all varieties of sin
Go to Jorgenten't for imporked Dua
dee orango marmalade, tho celebrated
London cryttal vinegar, la quarts, and
choice Genoeso figs. tf
If you wish to see a largo supply of
wrapping paper, and the ttrongest nnd
best paper bdgs. look in at Rockwell &
Mr. llurger hns returned from Now
York with n stock of dry goods, tho most
complete ever boforo brought to Cairo.
Thero is nothing in the dry goods line
which ho has not got, and, as for prices, ho
defies competition, and protests his ability
to sell for lets, money bettor goods than
than any other merchant in the city.
Tho most popular thoe thop in town
Is on 20th street opposite the court house
hotel, where Wm. Ehlert manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which he guanralees to give
entire satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it is yourself. j yCtf
Rockwell & Co. claim to havo the
best assortment of blank books, envelopes
and general stationery south of Chicago.
Tho next drawing of the Golloday lot
tery, of Bowling Green, Kentucky, will
take placo on tho 23th Inst., noxt Mon
day, and all who desire chances in It mutt
mako immcdinto application to Loflin, at
tho post office. There nro 16,000 tickets,
and every one a prize. This is nohumbug,
but a fair and squaro enterprise. Tickets,
$1 each, or six for $5.
Mr. F. Rose has removed his tailoring
establishment to his new store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. He keeps on hand a
splendid assortment ef piece goodt which
ho will make up for his customers in a
manner warranted to bull. He employs
only tho best workmen, and gives bit
personal attention to the business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices rcasenablo.
Call nnd tco him. aug31ra
At Eiehhoff Bros,' Factory.
Sell Furniture for Cath ;
Lower than any other IDcalcr in .Cairo.
Our Furniture ' '. '
Made out of Seasoned Lumbtr, ' ,
and will be
Inturcd for Six 3Iontbi.
A Euro Chance
The Chicago Beer Salooa, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nes. V, and 28 Eijlith
street, is a favorite place of retort with all
lovers of Weiss' Beor, Liquors of every
description, and a'l kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. No ordinary liquort are
dispensed at the bar of Ue saloon only
tho very best, and guctti find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters. A
freo lunch !b spread every day at 10
o'clock ii.m. aual7tf.
Messrs. Bixby & Koohlor havo
ed a family grocery ttore on tlio
north sido of Eighth street, between Commer
cial and Washington avenues. Theso
gentleman aro well-known business men,
and desorvo and we doubt not will receive
a liberal sbaro of public patronage Their
storo room has been fitted up in excellent
style, nnd.thoy proposo to dual in nothing
but first-clatt goodi. They will keep on
hand constantly n full stock, and will sell
ut the very lowctt figures.
Wllllnm Alba's barber si op it grow-
Ine in public favor overy doy. It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
skillful workmen in tlio city, 'iiio pro
prietor has had many yenrs' cxpcrieacO in
liis business and it recognized us ono of tlio
most export shavers in Southern Illinois,
whllo young Alba Is a master in his pro
fession. Citizens nnd strnnisers who wish
u pninlost shave, a luxurious ehampoeing,
or tlioir nnir cui in mo latest bijio biiuu.u
patronizo Alba. His shop is on Commer
cial nvonuo noxt -"oor to Hannon's aewt-
Miss Ellon D. Eamos, formerly of
Kalamazoo, having tnkon up her residonce
in Cairo, informs tho public that alio it do
sirousof civlng instruction in vocal and
instrumental music and In Fronch. Miss
Eames comes among us with excellent rc
commendations. During tho Into session of
tho Northwestern Academy of Music, sho
was among tho most proflciont in piano,
forto practice and vocal instruction, nnd
the couducters of the academy unite in
their testimony to hor thorough knowl
edge of music and hor capability to teach
tho Biuno. Miss Eames rosidon In thohouso
formerly occupied by Mr.G, II. Olmstead-
whoro tho will bo lmppy to receive pupils
and glvo auy information if required in rc
I gnrd to toroit. tf.
We lmvo Just received a large stock
hflating uovos for either coal or
wood 6r both, etiltaWo for office, halls pur
lor, or din I0(MIU,
rincWer cooling w
Ing Wo-v. Or,:er, by tnal. T ll receive
o iv prompt nt'enllon.
Beurwart, Orth & Co.,
No. 130 Commercial avonUo
NEW GOODS FALL STYLES JIM ATJT I FUL,
DUIIAI1LK AND CHEAP DRKfiH GOODS, NO
TIONS, HIIOES, ETC. CALL AND UKH FOR
Mr. J. Burger, tho enterprising mer
chant on Commercial arc sue, nro rccoiv
ing their full stock of dry goods. Tho to
lection bus been mndo with great care, and
with nn oyo lo tho wtnts of thii market,
nnd will bo found to contain beautiful,
durable and fashionablo artlclos of an end
lest variety, Among tho drcit goodt may
bo found poplins, alpacas, cmpre.t oloths
and many new ttylet of every coler and
quality. Woolen thawls, .ingle and
double, will be in great demand the com
ing seiuon, and Burger hnt laid in
a bnaullful selection. They have also on
hand u fine stock of well-made shoes, com
prising gaiten.sido lace, congress kid and
cloth boots, and the latest stylo of slippers.
Handkerchiefs, cellars and cuffs, the now
est style of fancy Jewelry, and an in
numerable stocks of " notions," aro among
the many attractions of thit establish
ment. As for price, an examination of
Burger's stock will convince every
one that "quick sales and eery small
profits" is their motto. tf.
UllSOII Clnlkil. Uill SO.D (JOBFABT,)
Caibo, Ut.,SepUrober 11, 171.
To persons wishing to attend the Illin
ois Stato fair, te bo held t Du Quoin, from
September 26th to September 30th, we
will sell excursiou tickets at $3.80 from
Cairo lo Du Quoin and return.
Sale of tickots will commence Sontem-
bor21th and discontinue after departure
ot train on the morning of September 20th
Tickets will bo cood until October Sd
On and after Septerabor 18th tickets will
be on salo to parties going with ttock or
articles for exhibition, but to nono others.
On and after tho 2Cth a special train
will be run during the continuance of tho
fair, us followt:
Leave Cairo at 5;25'a.ui. Arrive at Du
Quoin atO-lO a.m.
Lcavo DuQuoin at 5:30 p.m. Arrive at
Cairo at D-.30 p.m.
dlw Jauei Johnson, Agent.
NoTIci. C'lirii. Anthei has onened hi
new meat market in RaulSchuh's old drug
ttore. two doors below tho noil office
on Commercial avenue, nnd invites all hit
acquaintance! to a trial of hit cut meats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, rausnge, &c, Ac.
Also corned beef, pork and bacon. His
hot) it kent in the best o" style, and hr
customers served with neatness and d!'
patch. The proprietor, Hr. Anthei, him
self attends to the slum, and bis ou.stcm
on may nlways feel insured of f.-.ir and
honorable trcittnunt, fvll tceighi, and tho
right chmigt bad, whether thor send their
or t.rvnuu or atteiiu marxc;
NoTicr.. Parker & Bloke save rtmered
to Brest' brick stor., on Commerelal ave
nue, teeond door from tit corner ef 11th
street. They Iists added to Uclr already
largo stock of paints, oils, wlr.dew glass,
wall paper, shades, lamps, varaithes, etc.
and invito tho public gtnerally te sail on
them in their new quarters. Thoy make
a tpecinlitv of tho celebrated Aurora oil,
which they will supply to their customers
in quantities from a half pint to ten bar
rels, ut much loss cost than coal oil, and
warrant it not to explode. stij2Cdlin
Estrat Notice f 10 Reward. Stray
ed from tho subscriber, on tho 3lst of July
last, a large roan cow. Sho would weigh
about 1,100 pounds at the time sho was
missed. Thero aro no special marks about
hor except that her bng iv unusually long.
I will par ten dollars reward lo nny ono
delivering tlio abovo described cow at my
shop on tho corner of Nineteenth and
Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
ecpl5tf James jvtnaston.
Fresh Otsteiw. I am now receiving
dully, the celebrated C. S.Maltby'sH. and
M. brand of fresh oysters, which are unri
vulled, and for salo by the can or caso on
the most rotiFonnblo terms, try them, nl
ways warranted nood und fresh.
tf Wm. AVinter.
For Sale or Exchange for Cairo
Property. I havo Onr Hundred axd
Sixtt acres of first-cliiss unimproved
land in Johnson county, which 1 will soli
on rcasoniiblo terms, or exchnngo for Cairo
city property. P. II. Pope. .
Delays are Danueiiouh. Mothers at
you lovo your offspring don't full to use
Mrs. Whitccomb's Syrup for soothing chil
dren. Rend tho advertisement in anoth
For good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to be copied, call on
Thomas, No. 121 Commercial nvouue. He
is a good workman, Glvo him a trial.
Wanted A good cook, or a woman to
do general homo work. Enquiro at tho St.
Nicholas Hotel, Commercial avenue.
Haiirt Walker, Proprietor.
Wanted At tho Dolmonlco Hotel ene
hundred weekly hoarders. Five moals
each a" ay, price $0 por wcok.
augSOtf Wm. Winter.
For Sale. A cottngo on 12th ettoct
containing 7 rooms, clslorn nnd out
W. W. Thorhton:
Go to Dr. JlcGaulcy for Rattiager't Fo
yer Dropi, Warranted to care the chills.
"A good manlcavoth an inhorltnnco."
Insure your lifo iu the " Life Ausocla
tlonof Ami.rlg&." septdlw
Otsters. Leuis Herbert has nlwal OS
hand a fresh tupply of Saddle Rock oye i
House Wasted. A cottngo houso, from
rnit to six r"ooms, wanted to rent. Apply
at thijt office to Edward Willett.
Jvst Rcckivf-D' W. W. Thorntoa, hd
T.nth street between Comincrclnl avnnL
una 1' iplar street, nut just rccoivoa and In
toro i,uuo doori anu i.wj wiauows and
iik a Binno to rent, win unu an aDniipanv.! ,.
llV tlfnrMl. Ul.. Vll.n Tl V.mu . . 1 I .
osn.m JIOOMS TOM KHT. Tan
well ventilated ileonlne rooms In Cli
tlonal Bank building. Apply to
At uiiy mtional Bank.
. . .. . ' IAS
ur. naiLinr'Ars in.. sii.in.iiv
and Fever and nil other material fv.r at I
onco anu permanently; thoy are purely!
. . . 1
vcgetauie anu notwithstanding belnr mL
vmiuuiuctuim, tenuvdwiw. r
. . ........ 1 .... v . . . m
numorout enrravlnci. 224 natsx v,ir(..
d.u, uvorsisciiirnA. i
Eight or Ten Good Boarders
At tho house known as the Court
Five Dollars per week.
i.m uijjuwi iiiiiu in mo rjeptemDerp1
I H ,. , I I . 1 . It . ft
uo lauav drswincr I. zi.ooa in srssnkui,.. rz
mo iccjnu, ?ouo horto,buggy and harness; I
tho third, a 300 oiano. nnd to on.
All n T a . .1.11.- !
drawing will take piece. This It a sqearal
cn. uoiore mo insi nn shih Vaiahsi
Th following It all.t of letters remsJnlaj ub
called for in the pottotOca at Cairo for th waK
ending rlday, Heptember.ZSJ t
Berry, mis MaryH
Howls, mis. Am. nia
Farrow, mr. Amelia,
HIaugnter. ran Aaa
Thomas, mr. Jo. at
unanman, mrs J.llen
ivnlcely, mary H
lane, miss Luals
Harry, John A
(Indwell, L. L
Do ienjr, C K
Davis, J sines
Kiruson, A L
llfird, liso A
H. y, hyrtf
Jo iii-on, Carl O
Johnson, h 11
Keen, Wm M
I. stnh, T I
MaW'Cws. A I.
Hr n. Klttani
Ilolln, John M
Doanell, J. K.ACo
Donley, Jno H
Dar.es, W A
Kills, li U
Kranklln, J II
(ialsun. W E
lUi-lmn. l H
llsrr.s'0 j. i-smael C
Miller, Fred H
Williams, J V
htose, l,i orgo A
nnrina. a (sinora
has.enu, 7u k
Vslenliiic, Oro W
ta friL kajt
AT BARCLAYS DRCO STOKI.
, t ., , , .1
MOCKING BIRD POOD
all (aiABiIlroa ess. wnasesf aatataa
JJ X L M B h O'Q
GRAPE f CATAWBA J r, f BAM 1 TILLS
i CATAWBA ORAFI
GRAPE I aATAWBA Jl .BAr ) PILLS
in au er
IE R I. M II O I, D MXDICIVX
FRISK 7B0M FIMT KAVDa,
Alnay. 1st stoslc la l.rge supply, sad far sale a
ir'Kican rjBxran .diojc
I orRnlobj' thaOls-a Battle r dalle.
CSfExTRA Fine Coloone;
BaTGlNUlKK ImTOETBD IlTlAtTI
CgyllAiR, Tooth and Kail BbUHUI
SSVIndia Rudder Nursery GoOr
PUKE WHITE LEAD
PURE FEEKCII ZIKC.
Ilest rmles In Urge slssk and va
riety, very .k.api
Full Like of Coloub, .
.t as. m eikj
I'alat llriskss, Liss.sa ail,
Whitewash P;asL. Turp.aWa,
ALL KIMDS AU .TA.SABD SVAUUli