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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2., 1871.
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UIKTAIiI.n 01- TIIK II.L1.V0I8 central n. n.
,h .nd n-t f i.n..j. ? ,"'. ,hr fo,lo"r
ti nrne-uMe will '' M"1 dVrw'
inini' piMiifrlfniiiH' Cairo!
,,,, f-Mal traln.daily 11:15 p.m.
Impress, daily 8:45 in.
A rits-Mall.daily n:SO.n.
Eipteai", dally, except Humlay 3:30p.m.
No chance of cm fromOairo to 81. I.oitlf. No
c , Miff of mm from C!r to Chicago. I'lefant
uwitic lno-n ileeprng ears on night trim.
V .; ' . rd t . all liitiitanl noinls.
c.Mito and i.onsviTiJ-;
We. Idy Packet Tor Prtbicih. Kvaiiavlll iiiril.ou
,i!le, the favorite sieamer,
T. U. It YrfA Matter.
I.eavci Cairo every SATUDIIAT at o'clock p.tn
For freight or pasage apply on board m to
JAN. ItUlMft, As'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
M All. ItO AT.
Tn splendid steamer
Jo Tun Irr, Mnalcr.
iiiLY. iSiiliv excentcdl all
Kir IriUhtor in on apoli onboardor
J AH, IIKIUN, Ak'I.
EOR SALE, A Vorgale I FOR SALE,
' I Krr e)ale J
POP. SALK. J KorHal'o I FOK BALK.
Fare from LiVEitroOL,
i'nro from Londonderry
Pare from ULAbOOW,
Faro from Queesstown.
TO CAIRO, :::::::: 118-20
Saltan!, Morris A Ca , gent.
Liverpool .New-Tnil; and Philadelphia
I'aMIt COIACT WITH INITIO riTOl0 BITII
I'or.CarrjinK tlie Stalls.
Koit passaITk tickets
on riatnia imoem tion
AI'I'LY TO JOHN O. DALE, Act.
IS Ilroadwar, NewYorli, or t
II. II o ni t ,
VhuiEton Avenue, Cairo. miia. ji
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
I) EVIDENCE .No. 21 Thirleeuih trei-t, b".
XX tween Waahinston avenue ami Walnut atreft.
nrti.: U'OomniercMl avenue, up Malm,
C. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
lj r;irBXCC cnmrSintli mid Wilniit at,
I i J ti r u imr nxth atreei an 1 Ohio levee,
liitioe hnura from 0 a.in to I J m , and tl p in
alli:n, .mulkkv & wiii:i:lku
William J. Allen, "I
John It. MulUev,
fiuiucl I'.Wlieeler. I
MrlNrlieiiUr audition p.iM Hi rlv.'r ntiil u.
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"I l l H-Oier 1'iml National ll.xn'c, Ohio Levee.
GHEEN A: GILHEHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
ivililaTi II. een
William II r.ilbert
Mi In r. Gilbert,
itw.speciai attention Riven to Almlralty au-J
-OHIO LKVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OYER
CITT NATIONAL DANK.
THE TltlUMIMI LVSUllANC'E CO.,
ieti iWi.K'U i
holicit all klmUfil tliU.
fietSTtl Asi-nt.t-'iiro. ol.
H. T. GHKOI'LI);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
IXUI'ULI U I
1AN I lX-iTItXH,
M. ' Plumber' unterial, Wuu 1
KiuImj and biik e lulv., atop
TufUJUrotliei-N r I en I ry On Meter.
lint Jirirehoune, Well A Co'h Automatic Wate
InJIcaiiir and supply Vah forateum boiler.
VWXTICK'B IILOCK, COMMKIICIAL-AVENUI.
f'H.NTHAL .MEAT .MARKET.
IvOEIILEll & BROTHER
llae reopened the
I'OI'l l.tu II HAT MAItKKT,
Iteluven Xliiiti uiid Tenlli NlrerU,
J, til. 0 ,',, !:L"j.m7rket' 'r,"y delyeom-
' " " I "HI. Villi
lliitclier unil Urali-r In ul ii,i,u I'reali
OltiM B .S'lriltMII A VII PuI'LAK fcmT,
O.flll . II.LI.VOB,
11' vt and lui!hter only tho very best eaitie,
J uttn a d frlleen. Mini l Lrenared 10 (ill km
dfiiiaul fur fre.h meats fioin ono pound to leu
Kioiith Stiikkt, Uktwkkn Wasiiinoton
AND CottllKKClAL AVKNUK8,
AloliiliiT ItltfriilioiIHe A Ilupuj's,
K 11 Iho 111.. I nf !Uf I'.itk. M .11... v-.l
lam huuskue.ete . atidf.ro iirei arMd in urts
111 mviitf'rf 1 nn s mmnsr: iiai
The Illinois Central Ur Ho' l"'"? iS??
oticrfnralcthololloirln-deciibed '' " Mr
Addition to the City of Cairo, Tin
Let 57 block Jo. t,,',k
v I.,,.-!, . !!' o MMIWJOIIN'O
3'A " PS.
The Commercial llot! vll bo rental m favor
able leiiiu. lipioii)!leiiniiie' llolr. Ap.
,,r to (ocl2ll) , C. UlNrTO.N.
Tlir lirgo utvl comnioJioin riwellu.g house
iiimii.il mi Kiitht i between w alntil anl naali-
icjit'Ti ; ppo-.ti-1 tio I'lesbvuiian Church) It lor
rent, l-'or trrin-. ele,, apply tn
or I Ml f Ohio Leveo, Cairo, Ilia.
SAVK THOU RLE AND EXPENSE
M.t,il liiw.l fnrnlli Slnvr Dnpiorv Kirnl
llr.K -nicf, ilr, nlriMd)-t'iit uond In uii.v pait of
tile Wt, Mr wanon loan.
i n way to Kato IllCJlcllhblP ttotltiU In
tour ' OII'CllOl I,
l.i-aw orilf rn at McOaiilf iliiitf alnr, r,r ml
ilrn" llifin lo .Mlcliifl I'owd, thtougli lli' po.'
on. -Nov l& if
i Ttt'O.STOUY HOUSi: with lot, slluitPd on
lliooiith aide of Twelfth, between Walnut
mkI Cedar plreetn. The hnue. la In complete
order, roomy, well fWuhed an I p.ilnied tiild
and out ; iiimv naa n reiilnl uf f 12 per mouth ; will
be sol 1 for flourish for house and lot. Apiily to
no2l.lw No.7 Ohio Lriea.
AOI'OCKHV STAND, with full atnek of Krn
cerieai ellRlbly ahuated en on WaOilDRtnn
avi-aue, and iIomir a good biltlnesr. Appl at the
Bulletin Oflice. im211t
.t.'l... .,..M.' ,.,. ',,.,,,, ,t,'l. ".''.'
"VTOOXIJ l permlttril to make, Milt apln.t the
1 leiin"r 'I'. 1'. Ksktrt. and from thin dato no
bill will b paid unless wade bv myaelf or upon
my written oruer. u. v. iiuuai, .namer.
.Noeinl.cr'JI, 1471. notVlUCt
CA1UO AKl) MOUND CITY STEAM
Will make three trlpi dally.
At 7 a.m.
At 11 a.m.
At 4 30 .a.m.
i.rnviNo MOiitD cur
At H::wi n.m
At 1:30 p in
At : p. in
r.l. tnuii "nJ, " ' .)iii, . .lint, Jul f in..
Will lanr , when hailed, ntanycoo.l Intermediate
T . . ..... '1,1 . . fl ..., r . . . ...
iintnnfi.or paiaenRerrtor ireiru. narviu.
si anoxic .noth:i:.
A regular Convocation of Cairo It. A Crisp
ier .to. 71 win ne new at .tiaonic null
thin, Tueaday, evenlnir, November 21,
1871 . for inalHllatlon of oII'ioith.
lly order of the M.Kx II. 1'.
I'. liOHA.Mi:rKU, K.c'y.
llleil, in this city, nt an early hour yesterdiy
morn'ri.'. at the reiiideuen of hli mother, III).
WAltf) .McCKi:, in the Inenticth )enr of hi fle.
The deccnaed wai well known to iilmort eery
biily in tin community n a strictly honorable
nnd upright youriK in.m. Hi ha, torn number or
year, In en one el the lerl; of the M. Clmrlei
hold. Duo notleo will hi:iun of the tune and
plaeo of burial.
Died, at !the realdenee ol hi nn, .lohn V.
Ilarriiui in tint eiij, nn i.e loih day ol Oetober,
Mr. SAML'I.LC. llAltltlSJ.V.In tho nevenlynec
ond ear of hi age.
Mr. ll.irriou w.ti, atthn tlumifhi death .the
oVlettH eamboatman on the wetem river. 1-or
over fotly year he follOAed the rlera and in
known by nlmot every mer man from the up
per Mi.nurf lo .Vnw (irleari4, Tor u whort time
liefore Iii4 deet ie, he in i Irf hi hirnowtili lit
hon, JoliuJW. llnrrion, in tin eity. lie w.ir
i.ecteil by 'l who knew linn,
(St. I. 'in Time. pie eeopy and ehnrge tin ol
bVe. THE BULLETIN.
lulillklicl eiery imiriilni;, .Monriii)' i'A-
Sunday was the most disagreeable
diiy of tho season.
Plain directions in German and Eng-
lih aro given with llarr's Pectoral Elixir.
County court, for probato bsuiuess
commenced yestorday. P. Uro, judge,
and Jacob G. Lynch, clerk.
Another trl bo of Uvuslos arrived in
town last night. Tliuy havo a largo niiiii
ber of fino hores, iiiuIjs and wagon with
It is reported that the J.'ev. JI.
IJ. Tlieyer jiroposcs to lecture in tho
Prusliytermn cliurch sumo timo during tho
present week. Lot u luivo the lecture.
A lire broke cut in a lioum; on Nine
teenth street, between Washington avenue
nnd l'nplnr fitiuol, lat evening about six
o'clock. It wa extinguished bofore seri
i jus damage was done.
A new dry-good and clothing store
has been opened in the room recently fitted
up by .Mr. L. J. Uyrne, en Washington
avenue, between Ninth nnd Tenth streets.
Mr. Ilium i tho proprietor.
Tnber llrolhcrs am prepared to man
ufacture nny pattern of jewelry to ordir
to suit tho parties and tho puree. All
kinds of ring', ,pal, chaed and plain, to
fit the finger nnd the purse. tf.
Pat. Fitzgerald unJ ono of the clerks
of tlio dim Fik,jr., drew tho steamer Jas.
Howard, jr., milled oil' at Herbert's on last
Suturilay night. They aro now looking
for nfiiceri nnd crow in man her.
-An unusual amount of busiucsi. wrs
transuded in the probato court yesterday.
From eight o'clock in tlio morning until
durk in tho evening tlio court kept grind
ing hardly taking timoto breathe.
J. H. Curr, the Union City express
robber, who escaped from a couple of de
tectives between Allenvillo and Capo Gi
rardeau, Mo., borne days since, was cup-
tured 011 Friday last nt Lester' landing,
Missouri, nnd taken to Union City nnd
lodged in jail.
Tuber Druthers are constantly re
ceiving now p,ooJs not in tho lino of 'their
own manufacture, such u optical goods of
all kinds, flim Bia nj ,ver ,0llaud
ennos, muslo boxes of Ml Vlnds, toy music
boxes for children, something new and
very attractive. Silver plate chenpt r than
over, Ac, Ac.
OnStndty evening, while walking
along tho wharf near Fourth street, Officer
Holmes found nn overcoat and a jmir of
good loj'.s. The boots wcro wrapped up In
O10 coat mid n il,u pel of tl.O COf.tR
pair of buckskin glove. The loots wcro
muddy nnd wet. Wlmto nru tliey nn 1 how
did tliey come tliori?
A youiijj tnnn of more thmi ordlnnry
nblllty, vlhea to nUitlii n situntlmt in
aoiiio office, Morn or ntcrcnntilo liouie. Aa
lie lius novor yet boon ungated In businea
the iueitlon of fr.lury will bo left to tlio
oi inlon of hU etnii oyor. Siibttnntlnl
rctiominendittlon ts to elmrnetcr can be
given if desired. Addrcsi, J. 1. 1'., 1'. O,
box 'J53. city. '.t
A lot of boys, and scvorul younp men,
engaged in n gnino of football on Sunday
afternoon, on the grounds formerly used
iy the Delta bao ball club. They tnndo
noise enough to raise, the neighborhood
for blocks nround. It is to bo hoped that
if tliev will engage in such pastimes on
Sunday, they will ut least go litilu fur
ther out of town.
Carlelon, the 1 rials eonicdiun, accord
ing to previous announcement, huld forth
to n good audience nt the Athcneum last
night, lie proved himself to bo nil that
was claimed for him, nnd if wo may judijc
from the nudienco present, every ouo felt
that Carlcton was no humbug. To-night
ho will appear for tholait timo in this city,
and nil those who wish to pcnd nn hour
of real enjoyment, will do well to go nnd
Let our Fourth ward readers remem
ber that this evening is tho time fixed for
holding a meeting to tako Into considera
tion the proposition to organizo n Fourth
ward firo company. Thnt ward wants n
company and engine that will bo thoro
when needed. All tho other compnnic
have their machines in tho lower part of
the city, and in time of bad weather it is
simply impossible to reach certain
parts of the Fourth ward In tlmn to rcn
der assistance tit fires. Let them orgnn
izc a company and timo will provo tho
step a who one.
Tho meanest man in America wai
in tho city yesterday. Ho is mean
always wni mean was Horn mean so
mean that n respectable dog would not bo
caught in his company. AVu did not learn
his name, but wo btdievu ho lives in IV
luski county. His wifo was with him, and,
as they pasted iilong'lho levee, ho npplicd
opithcts to the pour women, that, npplicd
to Ja man, w.uld lavp ro.:tltjd in a
light. Wo suppose from what
passed tlml she had been speaking to an
acquaintance or friend nt which her bcnt
of a husband look offence. Ho called her
n " 9trump.it'' "b h," and even woro
if there ran bo anything woric.
Mr. A. It. S.ifibrd left tho city yester
day for Chicago.
Win. P. Hallidny left tho city on tlio
afternoon train yesterday.
Allien, ol tho Pula-ki Patriot, was in
town yesterday, looking ns ugly as ever.
Tlie guests nt tho St. Charles yester
day wero: J. C. Kribbea, St. L'mij; Mr
liony, CVeyvlllo; Mrs. McKay, Owena
boro, Ky.; I), llouhm, Cincinnati; E. II.
Schmidt, St. Louis; Hon. 1). D. Pratt,
Indiana; R. R. Hilt, Mt. Morris,. 111.; W.
Martin, Decatur: R ibert Gray, Mm in,
Mi--.: .(..Stuart. Alton, 111; Clin. W.
K'Hirilcn, Qulriey (ulnoy, III; If. .S.
Wheeler, Chicago; II -nry Campbell,
Hickman, Ky.; Wm. Mcllean, Melropnli,
III.; H.;G. Willinms, Douver, Col.; Luiis
Reckabaiigli. do; F. Hainmorsbiirgli, New
York; . A. Hughes, city; Lewis, St.
Louis; II. Exton, Rochester, N. Y; .Inn.
K. Speed, Memphis; .1. II. Leroy, Gales
bur, 111.; 0. W. Henderaon and lady, city ;
G. H. Garetson nnd ladv, Padticali, Kv.;
D. G. Huckson, Ky.; C. C. Gunly, Chi
cago; li. II. itunsay, (Jolumbus, Ky.; li.
F. Whitloek, city; S.S. Foster, Memphis
Cbas. M. Howo, Natchez, Miss.
Tho following wero tho arrivals at
tlio Delmon'.eo hotel, Win. Winter, pro
prietor, yesterday : U. C. Grcenley, Chi
cago; R. Garner, Ferris Landing, -Mo.; .1.
Mnthciiy, river; Wm. Colby, Fremont, ().;
D. M. Duller, lronMouittnlnR.lt.; D.
Smjdlty and C. W.Mills, Pmlucah; A.
Robert, New Orlean ; .1. P. Smith, Colum
bus; Put. .Morgan and (!. A. Curti,
Memphis; Clms. Sebastian and John God
frey, Louisville; (LAW Garner, ibilla.-d
county; J. W. Morgw, Dongola; A. A.
Luttre!le, city ; Clias. Hamilton, Kansas
City ; .1. Craig, Tenn.; C. William?, N. O.;
William Powncy, Cincinnati, Ohio; .John
Smith, I)u Quoin, III.; II. 0. Smith, Du
Quoin, HI.; Dr., J. T. Westbrook and boy,
Ark.;. I. M. Ilrigg and wife, Columbus,
Ohio; F. V. Lcsieur, Now Madrid, .Mo.;
Phillip Kopp, Now Madtid, Mo.;. I. H.
Dolan, Madinii, Itul.; .Lis. M. McCartney
and l-'umily, A'ielciburg, .Mis.; J. H. liar
ton, Carboiidale, III.; A. Meisenheimer,
Djngola, 111.; Geo. W. Everhart, Parsons,
Kan.; John W. Trover, Villa Ridge,
HI.; .1. C. AVillis, .Metropolis 111.;
E. tf. P.-ano, Uull'al.i, N. A'.; R. 11. Hons
fold, St. I.cul-, .Mo; M. .1. Vulllngding
ham, H. Richardson, Ilallard Co., Kv.;
N. C. Pettit, Richview, III.; ,1. Prick,
Jonesboro, III.; Pat. Kelly, Cincinnati,
Ohio; M. J. Husmaii, Nn-hville, Tenn;
Prank AVare, Cliicagn, 111.
Tnu SAMn.r. Room. .Mr. P. Fitzger
ald's sample room, nt tho comer of Four
teenth street and Commctcial avenue, is
supplied with as fino a toek of winos
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc,, r.s
wns over offered for snlu in this city. .Mr.
F, is doing n vlmlesnlo businciis, and be
ing thoroughly acquainted with the busi
ness in which ho hub embnrked, fools eon
ndont of his ability to sell his coodri as
cheap, if not cheaper, than any other es
tablishmcnt in tho city. Ho solicits a
share of the public patronage oollSlf,
Rr.LlAiiLK and Sati:. Dr, Honry Roit
and Plant Pills aro mild nnd pleasant in
their operation, jot throroiigh, producing
nu nausea or griping, llolng entirely
vegottiblo, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. Tlioy nrouto tho
livor and secretive organs Into healthy
action, throwing ell' disease without ex
hausting or debllitutlng tho isyslem, Try
them and you will bo satisfied. Price 25
cents u box. Sold by druggists and deal
era in medicine everywhere. Prepured by
the (Jrafton .Medicine compnny, St. Louis,
IUr. Mil o.U incnl at Jor0ci,en '
Druggist nil sell U.irr's Pectoral
Elixir, for Coldf, Coughs, Croup, &c.
A Jespernte nnd tenacious cold enn bo
br ki up and citormluatud by using
Unrr'n lVctnral Elixir.
A I Susnnkn oil'i rs for rU a two.slory
houo on Twelftit street, between Walnut
and C vlar street. Seo advertisement.
Cnpt. Dfsnit has "t'one bnck" on
alowin othnr people to mako bills for him
to p:iy. See his nntico In another column.
EreJ. Rlnnkenbiirg's introduction of n
piano into his saloon, nnd tho employment
of n pianist to play it, was n lucky strike.
His saloon is crowded nightly.
Jorgenscii, at tho corner of Twonticth
strectnnd Commercial avenue, hns just re
ceived a fresh supply of all kinds of family
groceries. Frsli egg nnd butler always
A Gentleman doing business In the
grocery line, advortites his establishment
for sale. The grocery is doing a goou
business, and, for a man with limited capi
tal, is just tho tiling to go into.
Halley has somothing now at his tin
store. It is tho Dudley Co., ccieuraieu
colled cato nnd door spring. Asagulonnd
door shutter th! anrhiir is about thrco
length's abend of nny other spring over
Tho rallle for the Hibernian Dro
company's old engine house will come oil
without full on saiurnay evening, Novem
ber ''5th. Tho rufllo will bo held in tho
now engine house on Thirteenth street
Tickets CO cents. dot
Tho tug Cache hns entered tho Cairo
and Mound City trndo again, and will
mako thrco trips dully betweou tho two
cltlci, leaving Cairo nt 7 nnd 11 o clock
a.m., nnd 4:30 p.m.; nnd returning, will
leave Mound City nt e:30 n.m., nnd 1:30
nnd 0 o'clock D.m. Faro each way, 30
cents, or ten ticket for L'.oO. She will
land when hailed at nny good intermediate
A member of the Now lork com
mltteo uf seventy passed through the cil
yesterday, nnd was shaved nt William Al
ba's shop, Commercial nvonuc, near tho
corner of Eitrhth street. Ho says it wns
tho smoothest shave he hits received for
years. Alba has a new nnd experienced
barber to lend him a helping hand and
can accommodate all hi patrons prompt
Tlio Ruder Ilrotliurs, corner Eighth
street and AVashington avenue, havo re
ceived a bran-new lot of tho latest-styled
breast-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brnc
lets, watches, clocks, etc., vnd, incite the
public to call nnd inspect tho stock. They
nro also agents for tho Davis' sewing ma
chine, nurdettorgansar.il St. Louis piunos,
nnd offer to the public tlie best bargains to
bo obtained t any placu in Southern Ill
inois. Wo have no hesitation in recommend
ing Willinm Killers, boot and shoo maker,
as worthy of most liberal patronage. AVc
know whereof wo speak when we say his
work is done in n masterly manner at tho
lowest prlcos. Houses nothing but the
best of stock, ui.d ho cannot be excelled in
tho ilcllcito task of making an exact fit.
Give him a call at Ids shop on Twentieth
s'.rect, between AVashington nvcnuo and
P.iplnr strost, nearly opposite tlio court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Just received and to arrive, which wo
will Fell at very low price, C59 boxei choico
cheese, fiO tubs western resorvo butter
(very choico I, CO barrels coal oil, 250 kits
mackerel, 500 cases can goods such as
Durkwall A Cook's favorite tomatoes, ken
suts, pcaeho, Ynrmouth corn, blueberries,
milieu meat, Shaker & Kempt' ur.d Day
A Co.'s preserves 25 boxes, 25 half boxes
and CO quarter boxes now layer rulslns
new prunes and currants, hnlf million
" W. P.," " G." and " D." enps, 10 barrels
New Orleans molasses.
Stiiatton A Hird, Ohio Levoc.
Tlie merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Leaning A Kobler, on tho south side of
Eighth street between AVashington and
Commercial avenues, opposite Danny's
dry-goods store, has been open only a few
weeks and already theso gentlemo r ob
taining a fair share of the patronage
of tlie public. They are both practical
mon first-elas mechanics and aro will
ing to guarantee satisfactory work. They
keep on hand always a full lino of piece
good, to which tlioy direct tho attention
of all who with to havo made clothes
that aro worth the money paid for them.
Cleaning and repairing dono neatly nt
Tlie Ruder llrolliers, corner of Eighth
street nnd AVashington avenue, hnvo re
ceived and had placed in their manufac
turing rooms several pieces of new and
valuable Jeweler's machinery, and are now
propnrod having tho maohinery nnd
skilled workmen to manufacture rings,
watch chains, breast pins, ear rins, nnd
nil other kinds of jewelry, in any mnnner
ordered, on short notico and nt pricoi so
very low they will mako the
prices of other establishments of tlie kind
nctunlly allium ed of themselves. Thoir cn
gravor and onamcler, who has just nrrlvcd
from tho east where he has hold in the
most extensive jowolry manufacturing es
tablishments tho most responsible posi
tions, is prepared to do nny work in his
lino and to guarantee satisfaction. Per
sons wishing hair Jowolry manufactured
for holiday presents, aro requested tohnnd
it. their favors nt as early a day as possible
TltV TIIK WONDKllKUI, JaI'ANHSR
Giiekn Tea Pile Cciik It has novor
fnileJ in tho most stubborn cases. It
cures by absorption. No pain. No in
jurious substances. 50.00 given for every
authenticated failure. Sunt by mail to
nny address on receipt of prieo ($1.00)
ond 'JOo extra to pay postage. Orders
must bo addressed
AV11.1.IA.M W. Mourns A Co.,
Sulu proprietors for United States nnd
ilritish Provinces, 01 Fourth Avenue
Pittsburg, Pa. novlcodllm.
Sl.EEI'INd ROOMlS I'Oll JtKNT. Toll
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building, Apply to
At City National Bunk,
The funeral of Lily E. Hnllldnv, on
Sunday last, was well nttended. Tho ro-
innins wore conveyed to tho Church of tho
ltodeomer, wh -o tho funeral sorvlces ac
cording to Una church woro performed.
lhr collln was opened at tho church, and
nil wlio wished wero permitted to tako u
last look ill tho corpse. The irMi oss of
sector Co.ui wns nppropriuto and woll-
timed, mid will bo long remembered by
those who heard It. After the services ut
the church, tho remains wero conveyed
back lo the residence of tho bereaved pa
rent, near which thevwero Interred,
tiii: town or Mooni.v, mo., iicunkh on
At a Jut o hour on Sunday night tho vil
lage of Moorly, Jlo., a town of somo six or
seven hundred inhabitants, was arrousod
by tho alarm of Are. Tho flro originated
in tho principal hotel of tho villngc tho
Moorly house. It snrend with
wonderful rapluily and in a
short timo hnl consumed nearly
tho entire village. Every effort was made
to stop tho devouring clement, but all to
no purpose, and but little of the town is
left. It is known to havo been tho work
of Incendiaries. A dispatch was received
by officers in this city yesterday giving a
description of tho suspected parties.
Joo Washington, tlis colored voting-
stcr, who got Keen into trouble was fined
$5 and tho co-ts. Paid.
Charles James, John Murphv nnd
George Garner, wero nil throe drunk, but
not disorderly. They wore lined ono dol
lar nnd costs each, and nil of them paid
Polly Hopkins, h colored lndy, get
drunk on Sunday evening, nnd wns nrrest
ed by Martin nnd Rillingslv. AVhen ta
ken before Slianne.sy yesterday, she was
released on payment of costs in tlie case
A black-Smith, whoso given name is
Peter, got in a squabble witli tho propric
tor of n Commercial nvcnuo saloon, and
ususunl, got whipped. He, of course, had
tho saloon keeper arrested. He wus fined
tho ustiul, "fighting fine" $5 nnd costs
which ho paid.
A despornto fight took place,
Sunday night, between Tom Johnson
nml Jim Spencer and a shoemaker nnd a
tailor. The shoemaker wns eo badly
benten tbnt if ho gets out within the next
month he will do well. Johnson nnd
Spencer wero before tho old squire yes
terday, and fined ten dollars and costs
each. Paid. ,
Pojr Nancy Dillon, wife of Dr. Dil
lon, colored, got into a row with some if
her neighbors. She was arrested, nnd
obliged to pay $9.70 fur uing abusive lan
guage. Nancy swore all kinds of ven
genneo against her persecutors, nnd de
clared that ehe would havo another fight,
and that nothing but blood would satisfy
her. She paid and went her way madder
than u " March hare.
Martin Keen, n young man from Mis.
souri, enmu to v tiro to sell some poultry.
He got into a light with tlio negro porter
ofu dowii'town grocery atoro. Ho wlilpjifd
tho durkey, was arrested and fined $5 and
tlio trimmings. Ho became in'olcut before
tlie court and a second charge for using
obscene nnd otlensivu lnncuaire wns
brought niX'unst him, nnd ho
was tnkon in for unotlicr fJ3 and costs
Paid. un bunday morning about one
o'clock n party of five men got into n muss
at tlio St. Nicholas hotel. Officer Holmes
appeared upon tho scene, nnd, in attempt
ing to quell tho disturbance, was set upon
by tho whole party. Ono of them drew
revolver on him ; but bo was wido awake
and immediately placed n well-loaded re
volvor at tlio fellow's mouth, nnd lie cam0
to time. Constablo John Cain cama along
nnd thrco of tho rowdies were marched to
tlie cnlaboese, tho other two making good
thoir escape. A'cstcrdnv tho thrco wcro
taken beforo his honor, Squiro Shanncssy,
ind n fino of $10 and cost assessed
upon each of them. They paid liko little
IKrom tho Cairo livening Kiln.
Dr. J. AViiitk. AVo are glad to learn
Hint Dr. J. AVhito is receiving calls for his
advice anil remedies which bid fair to re
tain him in Cairo all winter. Dr. White's
skill in so promptly dotectlng, us ho does,
every ailment and the truo conditioner
tho entire body of tlio sufferer is often tho
wonder of tho sullbrer himself, itnd every
ono who witnesses tho cures,
Porsons careless or Indifferent to this
opportunity for restoration to health may,
regret thoir neglect for tho balance of
their litei! AVo ad vl so thecnrly cnll of
diseased on Dr. AVIiitc, with confident ex
pectation of permanent relief.
His rooms nro nt tlio Southern hotel,
Ohio lovco. nov7-lm
AVantkd to Exciianok For improved
Cairo property, ICO acres of good land
within ono mile nnd n half of Hickman,
Kentucky, with good brick house nnd nil
necessary out buildings. Tho place nlto
has on it ono thousand fruit trees. For
further information apply to
Jas. Mai.i.oiiy, Steamboat Agent.
Insure your lifo in tho "Life Asssel-
ation at America." Do you lack k
motive? Think of tho dying words of thu
lamented General Kawliugs; "1 know
that I am to die; and my only regret it
that I leavo my family paupcri."
AVhere aro you going? To tho place
number 63, Ohio levee, whero tlioy keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish nnd gnmo, nnd
the finest wines, liquors and cigars to bt,
found in tho city. Open tit nil hours, day
or night. J. E. Parks
Dit. Price's Golden Medical Dis
covery will not raise thu dead, but It will
benefit and euro tlio living, For all sevcro
Coughs, Throat and Hronchlal diseases It
has nuvcrbeeii equaled. 0S0.
AViuuht'h no plus ultru minced men
prepared expressly for family use, nt Jor-
AIIMVKII AND DEl'AHTKD 8UNDA Y.
Bleamcr. Wher from. Vl.... it.
Kato Kornny....St. Louis N, Orleans
Carrio A.Tliorn..Loulsvlllo K. Orlenn
A. linker lenn. river. ..U.Glinnl'ii
yick.buW st. Loui,;
Kdilyvllle lvv nsvlllo Kvnnsvlllo
CLy of Chestcr...St. Louis Momphis.
Aom uees lenn. r v.
i . , , . .... 14UIII9.., ..,
E. II. Durfeo N. Orlenns St. Louis.
tVda Hoilmnn Kvnnsvlllo Mctnnlils.
Emtio Lnllarge...Vicksburc St. Louis.
Hello MomnhTs...St. Louis Mcmnhls.
Octnvia Mound 01tv...Mcmruls.
Columbia St. Louis Wlilto rlv.
Illinois Columbus Columbus.
Colorado St. Louis Vicksburg
Jas. Fisk, 1r Padtical Paducah,
Umpire Kvnnsvlllo Kvansv'lo
Lady Lee St. Louis lted,rivcr.
IllVEIW AND T1IE1H CONDITIONS.
Last evening tho river was nbotit on a
stand. It Is probably that It will bo ris
ing by to-night.
At Evnnsvillo tho river continues to rise.
At Louisville the river is on n stand
with 4 feet at tho head of tho canal nnd 2
feet In tho chute.
At Cincinnati tho river wns stationary
but tho lato rise ts expected every day.
The Mononnghela Is six feet nnd falling.
The Mississippi atSt, Louis is riling nnd
it is thought It will last sevcrul days
thero Is now 0 feet good water slnco the
lato rise In thnt stream. Tho channel has
changed n lltllo but not enough to cauc
Tho Arksnnsas river is rising again.
The Upper Mississippi Miisouri mid
Illinois are stationary nnd ngnin giving
boats n little trouble
From hero ty Memphis there ji evcn
WKATHEU AND llfblNE..-.
The weather yesterday wit clear and
vory pleaant. During the morning it
was quite cold, but as the sun got higher
it became warmer. During tho past two
days the landlag hus picsented nn ani
mated appearance. All the puekels ar
riving and departing had fair trips.
items or cauoo .
Tho Eddyvillo had 01 coops poultry,
132 bbls. potatoes, 23 bbls. dried fruit, 65
bbls. whisky and a lot of furniture, nil for
Tho Hello Memphis had a small lot of
merchandise for the cltv.
Tho Ln I) urge discharged 222 bales cot
ton for tho cast, nnd hnd a big lot for St.
Tho Umpire cnino in from Evansvillc
with u big trip of miscellaneous freight.
MISCELLANEOUS AND GENEKAL NEWH.
Tho Grand Lake started for Louisville
Sundny, but on arriving ut Grand Chain
she found the water too shallow to go
over. She returnod hero nnd took a
bargo to lighten her over the chain.
Tho Great Republic is hard uground nt
tho head of Devil's Islnnd.
Tho new boat Carrio A. Thorn arrived
here lato Saturday night. She i- a very
pretty little packet Ur the trade for which
stio was built.
Tho Ot'tuvlu started fur tho south to
piy tho vurious snug boats a visit.
The Tom Recs started for the Tenne.jeo
river, where she will get u tow of iron for
Cincinnati, pruvidi 1 there be enough
A lard oil lump exploded on tho steamer
Chesapeake n few nights since. Tlio bar
keeper being near at hand, threw the lamp
overboard and smothered tho flames. No
serious damage wns sustained.
There has been but one accident reported
among tho lur"j licet of towbouts tint left
Pittsburg, and that wus u collision between
tho Coal Hill and Tom Dolswortli. Tho
Coal Hill .wm ascending and tho Dod
worth descending, whun the tiller rope of
tho Coal Hill became foul, nnd she bcenmo
unmanageable ur.d backed into tho barges
of the Dodworth, doing but little damage
Tlio damages to tho Wm. J. Lewis by
colliding with tho Great Rapublio, will
amount to 52,000.
Fred. AVilliams is now chief clerk of
tho Ada Hcilmnn.
It is reported that tlio Idlowild will re
enter tho Evnnsvillo and Cniro trade this
week. Sho will probably wait and see
how the Into rise pans out.
A new hull has been built for tho Ty
rone nnd sho will be ready for business in
a few weeks.
Tlio L'idy Leo had a big trip far Red
river nnd did not get anything here.
Tlio Umpire had another largo lot of
Gypsies southward bound. Somo of tlium
wero hideous enough looking to have stop
ped a nigger funeral.
Harry Matson and Sam Mcl'hetors uro
pilots on tho Hclle Memphis.
The Huilman came down from Evans
villo with it light trl), but sho received
enough here to givo her u fair load,
Alox, Hard is spending a few days with
his boat Tyrono at Paducah.
Tho last timo wo heard from Jolly Hard
ho was a M. D. (mule driver.)
Itoats aro loading at Cincinnnt! for
Now Orleans nt 40o per 100.
Only tho old locks of tho canal can bo
used until tho accumulated mud can bo
cleancdout uf the now locks, and It is
probablo that it will tuko until January
before this can bo dono.
City Wnliounl Dank IlntlUIng;.
.Hiecial attention paid toordcra Irom steam
boats nkht or duv.ia
Call on Jorgcnsnn for choice London
Select Elemo figs,
found at Jorgons enV.
In layors, can bi
Marriaoe Guide. Interesting work
numorous engravings, 221 pages. Price
50 cents. Address Dr. Hutts' Disponsary
No. 12 North Kliihth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Seo Advortiseuii nt-
coeonnuu and pecans
Found. That tho choicest butter is
at Jorgeiueu'i Staple and Fancy Grocery
VI! " '.PS LOTTERY SALl-
TIIK TWENTV-S1XTII Of DKCT.MnElt FIXED
AS TIIK DAY ON WHICH Till! DIIAW1NU
w ill comk ovr.
Determined to disposotof all tho tickets
In his lottcrv salo.Mr. F. A Incent lias con-
, . . . .i. .i-,,.!. until tlm
B'ra, .. " l. :r : r ; ; iz
M01" 01 JJC-U,"UU " o -
matter his devoted attention, nnd is mcct-
In,, with tin. mml L'tnlifvinir success on
" - ' "
Thnro nro six prizes, the principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
rcsldcnco, that was erected at o cost of $10,
000. Tho remaining five prizes nro m
Lot 3 1, block 4, 3d addition to tho city
of Cairo, valued nt $500.
Lot 32, block 4, 3d addition to the eity
of Cairo, valued at 300.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition tho city of
Cairo, valued ut $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to tho city of
Cairo, vulttcd at $300.
Lot 17, block 45, In tho city of Cairo
Illinois, valued nt $300. octCdtf
Hoi for Hallyl
New Store I New Goods I
Reit assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
ever brought to Cairo,
on AVashington avenue, thrco doors above
Invest one dollar In llarr's Pectoral U
Kllxcr,und stoji thnt troublesome cough.
Cheapest Hnrdwnn; Store
With the Host Assortment of Goods,
Is nt Hnlley'a,
On AVashington Avenue, 3 door
Fit r ll Segulu mnckcrelou hand nt Jor
If you desire rosy chocks nnd a com I
plcxion fair nml free from Pimple. Hlotchet
and Eruptions, purily your blood by taking
Dr. Pierce's. Golden Medical Discovery'
it has no equal lor tins purpose. 009
Adams' Drv Corned Fish for sale at
For; good photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or.
Thonins, No, 121 Commercial avenue, lie
s a good workman. Giro him a trial.
Edam nnd Snp Gago cheese nt Jorgen'
Truth. Tho powers of Mrs. AVbit"
comb's Syrup for children nro ns posltlvsj
as tho suhlight from. Heaven, and gentl J
nnd soothing as an angel's whisper. I
llarr's Pectoral Elixir is simple, plcasl
ant, nnd n sure cure in uil diseases of th1
Throat and Lungs.
Hhicic Stop' rou Rent. The brlo(
store, No. "ft Ohio Levee, now occupit
by F. JI totkfleth, Esq., is offered fo
rent, an li be vacant on the 18th Initj
Applv to Jno. II. Piiillis. J
Just Received. AW W. Thorntorl
Tenth street between Commercial avenu;
and Poplar street, bus just received and I '
tore I, WO doors and 1,000 windows ans
For Sale. A cottngo on 12th stros.
containing 7 rooms, cistern and ou
AW AW Thornton.
A fino black marc, a good spring w(
on, and a set of new harness, for salochca
for cash. Enquiro at J. fliurgor'i, 14'
Paul G. Sch till sells lUtlirigor's nied
Go to Dr. McGwuloy for Rattingcr'i F'
ver Drops. AA'urrunted to euro the chilli
Otstkrs. Louis Herbert hasalwascj
hand a frwh supply of Suddlo Rock oy,
COAL! COAL! COAL I
biAlta It I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Cominercial-av., Foot of Elevcnth-st
All i:j"l carefully weighed at (be yard on Kal
FULL WEIU11T WARRANTED.
Coil ilelivertd on the aliortest notice- in ai
part nt tho cl.y, either by tuc half ton, ton ore'
I.eavo ordar at the office on Cominercial-av.
the foot of Eleventh street. uovlOj-Cm.
Sloiulny anil Tueatluy
1 ember t!lt and
At the sohclt'Jtiun of numerous Cairo friends,
havo determined on presenting them and tl
public, generally, an entertainment of a varii
order, eomprlsuiK Hkctche of Drama, lluileiqu
Cninedy and Faroe, interspersed with mua
floiiK nnd dance, entitled
GEMS OF ERIN,
and in the pcrlormsnco of which I ahull bo
Mrt. Willinm Carleton.
I respectfully solicit the patronage ol the cl
zona, and promise them faithfully to give an 0
Joyaolo evening to oue and all.
J ' WILLIAM CAItETON.i
FOR THE SOUTH. '
MfiiiplW, VicktiburK nnd Xew Orleans
lliomainmoinnnd fino passenger steamer.
will leavo rnlrn. (Sunday, 10th inst..at 19 n'clocj
a. m .forth above porta. iorfrelKht or pass u
annly ou iiiiaru or to
PI ' JAS. 1I10G9, rassenor Agent.
PETE SMITH, j
May bo found at Heed A Munu'a from this IV
nurd. Any worn in ins
will receive prompt attention,
and a general blaeksmithlnt! btilnes carried 01
riive mm a iriau "ii