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TUK CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1873
LOCAL WEATHER KKI'ORT,
!'KK)tVKu' otnur., Cauio, UK,
Hi'Wcuibrr ir., li:i l p.m., b70.
)iii"ler, ).( degree,
tmonieter, CI degrees.
soum. Velocity I miles per
Imuni temperature for !at 21 hour.
'uum temperature Inr the lal'JI tiour.
ailing wind Tor lift 21 hnur, until.
I number of miles traveled t. j- wind
't ;i bouts, II,:.
Obterteraigniirionlee, li.N. A
'ha. I'd rti t)
I )HN Q. HARM AN .V CO.,
I.SIi'l A'elltHllf the l'llll'il) IVntMl
nn..lji mnl .tll-xmil lUllload nun.
or nl lllli Ml. mnl (llilii Iwt
lor talc .it low tlgtires un I easy teinis
wing real eelulu i
i loin in llnj "HhIkc lllock" run
jroiiK'li tint Mock Horn lillici.th tn
til nllfl'U, licst Icrldulli'c ploprrty
My Ll 'land I I, Ifi, city, Wa,h
nuuiiie, between 'thirteenth nnil
nlii streets, wet ilc good two
H.ln, Iiiiiii on each lot. I. Hi-.
lioiiiuiir tin: lut belore natm-d.
Ii i), city , on sixth street, foutli
t'( ii (,iinliM rvnl and iWhiiiglon
IM 7 and , i, .h. ,-ornerol Four
ltd Poplar strict, irout on l'oplar
i -t m If. oppo-itr ij-l-jlHce block.
S'lendiil limine.- bulldlm:, ni
MM'tiiitl story, l room-, hall ami
ri.rUirwu. watcron both Hour-,
r one comiitlou; tiltiatcd on iioitli
rnr ol Commercial aveutit anil
s'rert. A groat bargain II' mild
i ' t b 11. ( oinmerclal atciitie,
l-ouri., un 1 I 1 1 tit Mreetn. m 21,
u'lUiiton hm iHie, lu lu ten rillli
-'v 1 .t 111 l !iii, lt ml. IIIL
f I'll j' Ii on ea- py me titr..
'i 1 -m l 2, in ii ft nurtli corner 01
I1.( we Mrccti. Rt liuxlnt'i loca
( (it) linn. 1 .ikj . l.ol-2l, 22 and
lt.td ,m,ui1i coiner ol Twentieth
-rr'rect. Al-o thre lutn 111 court-
k, Iriuting on l'oplar street.
aiU i nu'1,1'1, Ii Miutlj Mile ol
rl ictt, oprfMltij "foment
ry uirnMe loi reMdeiire pin.
Ifiu.l ..i' . Ik 1 . t loli-, 111 Wotk
. I Jl.. a:jl: ifu'lv, buantilul ff.
f a, ..ii be i-o!1 at KU-ttt bar
c . lt!' uiar Httrlltlou to thif
a it v 1 1..- , 'I . ry low.
I hat i Jt-.ni t ri-.nli-ni e on Scwtith
i ' t iiuiii, iiuniin
f.'.'u tirfl, anil niniiliiK l'rk
it'll. I J111. propiTty 1 well
' i -"riio'il 1 alioaml KinlU a"
v Mini I'linplrtu ami emit uiilent
11k tin: nt. It lui nil Un, ron
:. x rtJ'Tju,.' to a Hr-l-4'li- Iiiuiip.
it art1 liUhl I'lnl.vlil.lieil llli
1:' ami Ir ii t . 111 aliniiijii':i' :
:nc, .1 il,lt at.. I tltliilililiiij(Hlt
miIiI m ri'iiwtnl nl Capt. Ilnnl
1 VMM bi' olil nt a Krral li.irijalri.
run. a -n ttMilouon corncr'l liiril
I .Muti.ippl li-vi-f. 'l'lie I.bo
fumit'rlyucriiplcd by Capi. llnrd,
ii Ititcc, '-iiriniitnl lllouU.,' lor
n Amt r."..ein With fourlot
' lor tali- rry cheap ll Mini
h gromi'l, ami prcim-f t In m So.
1 r'.t'ae on Fourth street.
a.i n'tf.n avcnnu anil Walnut
otlol" nimiii",' 1mm 1'i.iirth
t i.v te y ili'lralilc prrly.
M'W tw--it'r) ilwrl IiikW prime
I.01 !t M'Tfl, hihot K'iiBil in
to Inf. Price $1 mm,
nrl. .-nit rpjI lt'iK-u Willi uboiit
if .'.ml, tin t rcil with nllkimli
.-u't an I fhruhlHty, 111 santa Ke
f. CIIASCK FOIt I.NVKSTMKKT.
lor ! ale (irltac vacant ami Ira
r. ptrty in ail portloni of the
otcr S,(m) a; re of iiiilmirotc(l
lu .viinilur.HK) I'iiItKI coumlci', a;
low tliiri'S ami in tract- to -Hit
Wv are a-etiti lor thi Illinois
.llroa l lamU In tin- ami Pulaski
Italro.ul land- not Midi prior to
II xt will p:m Into other hand'.
Hum to purchase.
, .AMI" TO THE 'IKKAT WKT.
jtir.' nijenU ol the lliirlingnm ami
llCallronil coinpant, ulm oiler for
vn nr.il Nebraska inlllioii' of aire
t land on the continent, mi ten
jut 0 per cent. Iiitcrct. Map-,
I circ.llari and all livct'-ary Inlnr
ialltn to tlio-e l.indn ami Imw tu
Jin fiirnMicd upnu npnlicatluii.
te and examine. Inr vonrflvcs Ap
nIOIIN f. IIAItllAN A- CO.,
niixtlj and I.cteo tr., Cairo, lilt.
1 1 - - "
Ice fresh ieats
I K EUY DKSCUIP-nON,
U utrei't and Commercial aventl
lour to the liylnnd Haloon.
OAlIU), II, US.
AND I1KAI.KI: IN
LIES 11 MM AT,
. vitllf i T. A VltMT7KH.
jvxf, to., "H'l ara prepared to &mp
J3 JOHN SMITU,
AND DKAI.KH IK A 1.1. KlNllH OF
MlNKIRNTII AND POrTAU BTS
klaugbtori only the bent cattle,
imi. huh ik nronareu to uu any
r frinhtneiiU from one pound to
MKS IlYN ASTON,
AMI TIIEAI.KH IN
NDS OF FltKdll MMATS.
TtvcnllctU Klrncl mill Com
riviKliter only ttio bout Cattle;-
itieep. uud u preparou 10 on or
nil JlBittt frnm nnc to ton thou-
t - - -1 1
VOW COUNTY OI.KHK.
Wu hro Hutlinrl.ed to nniionncu that
.Iai-hii (. J , v n 1 1 will bo ii CHmlliUlu for
I'.iiitok liut.LMiN riimp) nniionncu
inv imiurj nl n cHtiili'lnto for tho olllco of
county tier!: John U. Cr.owi.Kr.
W'n nro authorized to nnnonncR JoJSl'll
T. Davirunui n vdiidlUnto fur thu olllco
of tuunty clerk, kI tlio oiuulng NoVHiubnr
election, Pti I'jqet to tlin ik-chiion of the
votwr of Aliimtiilf.r county.
I'OK COUSTY TKKASl 11 Kit.
Yu are ntitliiirijii J tn annoiiiion .luil:f II
(1ok.ian it cnmlidatM for tlin ollicu of
I'.lilloK Of Tlllt llul.LCTIN You Hill
plcafu fiiifiou lice my imiiio it! tlio piKiule'i
( Htidi'latu lur county treainrvr, nl tin, cn
Miiri); Nov4uilx:r election. Intending ntnl
iliMiritiK to orvn tln people, I hnpn to be
ulectitl by the pimple.
5.20ld WII.I.IAM .MAIlTIS.
T 1 1 15 U L L UTIN-
(JAIIIO I .OCA I j NEWS.
Tint atMimer Jatnpi Howard itrrived
lioro ymter ly. The i!mnj;i nutaiiiHi
by tbuflru In Imrhiild in riot tn nerioin a
at llrtt reporteil.
TlIK igiiirm of lm-l-all plnytyl -tr-
i!kv ltWHcn tlin KfyytiHii ami Neiim
club, rwultwl in a victory for tlin former
tlipy nmking 'niifwherH bel'ii twuii-
ty-Hvu mi l Dfty tinr' nmi tlinn the ile
Tu k. funeral of I'rnnk Willimm, b.tiln
tlio oinploy of .Mr. Smnuel Wrvltur, will
tike place nt SJ o'clock tlili innrniiii;, nt
the heme next tu Kuugh nrnl Kenily en
irm houiit. A pclal trniti will leavo
foot of Kiyhth ftnot, st H oVIock, for Vil.
1 1 Kidiee. All nre invltn.1.
Mb. l)t a T. Pakkkk of thii city it In
lVoriu in HtleniUricH nt tho ktittu fair.
Th ' .Stato .lonrntil'. ' corrvfjiondtmt tnve
of liitrt : "The v. ins: ilcrotoJ to toxtile
fabrlm, i under the -flleiciit rupririUtnl-
truy or our 6ld trienu I). 1. Parltpr.
f 'mro. Mr. Parser Ibiiikr thin the Ix-it
li'plhy in tliHt 1 iliu Iih over unw.''
I, N. I)KXl.oitR, Now York; Mr.
Story and (laughter, Dubuque, Iowh; 1..
I.euy, Cbi' fco; K. Howard, Hurnbolt,
Tumi. ('bit. II. Draper, K. .M. I)ratir.
Low llenxlict. M. K. J t.,tj(-Iict. I'runk
Djmont, Oeo. II. Hdwardu, Ja. T.
Culick, Frank Kent, Krl. lloinr!ck,
C. C. Palmer, J. Kox. Y. Ward. V. M.
Herman, D. II. .Smith, (. .1. I.'iimn, II.
Kreieb, T. It. Dixon, I.. N. Van Horn,
Kit. Fo.lr, Cbnt. II. Ruibing, of the
Diiprr. Ilenedict tnini'tteU, v.-cru regis
tered at the St. Chr!e liotol yederday,
Tiir. crowd in at'.i'ndanc at tho Atbo
neuni lal ovenlng to witnett tbu perform
anco ol Duprcx mi l I!en. diet s ininilreh,
was vory !arge the hu being literally
jainol. The troup la an excellent one and
it it well worth tbc price of admixion to
ico their performance. To-night will be
thoir lut exhibition In the city, when the
ilde-ipliltini; performance of lat nvoning
will be introduced, with consilrablo
change in the prorar.imn. Our beat citi
zen! wore preient nnd it itm impo'iible
to get even standing room alter tbe eutor
tainmoot '' u'un.
AYk publish to-day tho programme of
tho Homo fair to be held nt tho .It. .Mary'i
park on the 'J'llb met. The object of tbe
fair ii tinted, and we have no doubt all of
our titizfliis will give it u hi'trty support
and by their preonue and !..iitum:e make
it it grandj inccoeii. The gentlemen who
are e ngineoring tlio ntl'uir hnve deti-rm-i
rj oil thitt in their lexicon there
li.il I be no rUi'U word ak
full and protnito our people ft rare good
time of pliauro and recreation, tjio r
iultof tshicli will be it continual lourco of
ploASuro and profit to every initn, wdman
and child in Cairo. Vc believe the ladie
in Cairo, whotoonorgyand willingneai in
every good work hits been nbuiiditntly
proved In timet past, could bolp to mitke
the aflalr a lluancial eucceatjiy establish
ing & booth for tho sale of refreshments,
which, by u little lator, could be procured
by donation. 'Vo nro assured by tho gen
tlotnen of the couuuittne th tt ituy cll'orl of
thiskind on tbe purtof tho l.rlioi would bo
duly apprcciiited,itud that it would bo hoo
ouded by every ineftiin in the bunds of tho
committee. Wo call the iittenlion of our
readers to the progratiinio iwid hopuovery
onc will consider it u personal matter to
help inako the fair it success.
KHSOM'TIONS OF lSKSIM-XT.
At rt meeting of the Hlborniun I'iro
company, held on Thursday evening, thv
following rosulutioni wero alopted:
AViikakas, It lias ploascd Almighty
(!od in His Divine Providence, to take
suddenly from our midst our esteemed
brother. Dennis Mnhony, therefore;
Resolved, That tho Hibernian Fire
company dosincorely mourn tho death of
our brother, who Just onterlng into man
hood gave great promise, of future useful
ness ms it true Arctium nnd tlpright citizen.
Koolveij, That by his death tho com
puny bus lost an active and prompt mem
lor, and thu community ttn Industrious
citizen, nnd that wn oiler our sincere con
dolence to thoafllictod family and friends
of tlio deceased,
Uesolved, That a copy of tho resolutions
be prosontud to tho family of tho deceased,
ami that thoy bo published in tho daily
T. M. 1.0 V KIT.
'Sun' ploftso copy.
O.N TIIK IlKATH OK JAM KH (!, AMUOK.
At tho last regular mooting of tho Delta
City Viro company tho following proam
bio and resolutions on the death of tho
lato Jatnos 0. Arrlck, were adoptod :
AViiKUKte, It has pleusi'd Almighty
Ood, in his infinite wisdom, to removo
from us In tho early dawn of his manhood,
our beloved friend and brothor, James C.
Arrlck. Tlioreforo bo it
Resolved, That In his death the Delta
City Fire company has lost a faithful aud
oocsistctit member, and tho community at
largo a truo and upright cltizon.
Resolved, That we louder to tho family
ot tlio deceased, and to his numerous
frlonds, our heartfelt sympathy In this,
uiuir great and suddon alllictinii.
Unsolved. That a cnnv of tiicm resolu
lions bo furnished to tho bereaved family.
and thittthoy also bo published in each of
mo city papers.
Dk.i.ta Citv Fihk Co,
KEV. .IAC0IJ Hit A DliEY
TO THE FKOiVT.
in-: snows now si.kki'Kk,
OAMMVrci.l, AM) II US I ON
AUH A Tit 10 OK
II K Dlil'IKS TH KM, AND WIM,
HOLD ON TO HIS CHURCH
TO TIIK LAST.
Caiuo, Illinois, Sept 19, 1S7'I.
31 k. Kruioit' I wish you to ny In
your paper that tho report against mo,
which was got up by Robert Caldwell and
Logan Sleeper, who have come into this
community tho bearers of strife,
turbulent men, and have been trying to
rob Mr. Shurci of bis church, Is film in
every particutir. ilecaue 1 would not
taki, part with these fellows ngalnst
Shores, they wont to work nnd reparted
mo to tho association as n bad character.
My letter uns presenlml regulurly by a
church in good standing, and tbo letter
was endorsed by the unanimous vote of
the members. How an association could
lie led by such a man as Sleeper, to lake
the action it did against me, only the peo
ple can toll who know the trickery of this
depraved man, who gels a living from the
hur.i earnings of colored men, by miii-
eiatlng with thum, eating their breai',
creating dillleulllc among them, and ly
ing like Satan himself while he whines
about his goolne', crying peace, nnd
subbing all who do not liko him in tho
back, proving himself at ono and the
snme time false, by uncritical and base
And there is another man, named Hus
ton, not altogether as mean as Sleeper,
but ton mean to Iki allowed in the com
pany of t en passably good christian peo
ple, who ban also gone into the persecu
tion of me, and mid lu the association
thai I had ben ien shaking hands with
Mr. Shores, and had made him (Hutonj
sutler for seren Years in ('airo. .Now
Huston didn't tell the truth about mo
wIihh he suid 1 of bad cbarac er.
Nobody can bring it against me that I
have rinned ol having my .ister-in-law.
This r.obort Caldwell, he presented
hlm.elf to me in January In good friend
ship, and he wasn't with me but a few
lit s until ho commxiioiid tn create trouble
among my mombers, muling them be
lieve that I wus ignorant and he had all
Steven Hudson, head deacon, Commo
dore l'errv. and Jim Stoval, deacons.
hereby authorize this to be put into tbe
papers to provo that my being in bad
standing in the church Is all false, which
was carried to tho association by Logan
Sleeper, Hobert Caldwell at.d Jeir Huston,
all being a plot made Ixitwixt them to tling
me out of tbe church, so that they could
get it lor themselves. Tt.il Caldwell,
months hence bad told tho congregation
at large, that he was going to the associa
tion full determined to cut mo loose from
it. I am proven by tho majority, what
ever nam" these fellows givo me, not to
love my cousin better than my wife.
Now, gentlemen at Urgo, of tho city of
Cairo, I have beer, living among thotn for
nine yer.-, and thero is not ono afraid to
meet mo at any timo of tbe night, bad a
character at they have given me. This is
tu prove, gentlcmon, that I am lioneit in
my report, whether I have the knowl
edge of these other mutt or no. When I
was without a church I worked togntono.
A man who is going to work for Ood,
which stands in the liberty of tho truth,
considered to divido truth frcm error, he
must keep lies out of his mouth, and wich
for tbo public at largo to know
that Caldwell has reported a
lie in tho association, which can be proved
by a majority of tbe church. To know
that it was his determination to rob mo of
my church, ho got my young deacons out
on ono side and told them to put a young
minister into the pulpit, and to keep m"
out of it, and If I cninu there and raised
any fuis about It to have mo arrested.
This is to show to tlio public at largo Unit
he was after no good, neither peace. And
now to cover the ground, if ho is running
around to rob peoplo of their churches, ho
thought it was bitter timos whon ho was
fooling after Shores church, but ho will
II ml it mighty sour times when he cornea
around on my die of the house. This is
to givo clear notice to the world jtt lurgo
that tlin.'o men have undoubtedly lied, that
Cod don't lequiro moro of us than wo
know, and that Ho did not mako umlstako
when Ho called mo, who have nevor
stumbled in church matter, and to givo
good, satisfaction to all my relatives and
friends, that ail this stumble these mon
havo mudo that apparently thoy comu as a
thief and it robber by night, and all tho
good citizens of Cairo, both ladies nnd
gentlomen, all who are qualified to know,
no man eats but he that works, have given
to understand that these men acted liko tbo
dog that wanted to eat but was too laay to
go after it; ho waited till an
othor dog got a bone and then
jumped ut him, made kirn drop it,
and then took it himself; but thcie men
will have a jolly timo betoro thoy can ge)
a church from me by Jumping and bark,
ing at me liko a lazy dog. 1 won't drop
t, J ACQ 11 llltAllt.EV.
ST. MARY'S J'ARIC.
TIIK 1M10JKCTKI) FA IK.
J'ROUKKDS TO UK DONATKD
Uhoi.kua. Tho angol of death ll gain
hoyering over our fair cities. Thousands
of lives will ho domand unless confronted
In timo with tho suroH nnd safest prevent
ativo over used Dr. McCube's Ronownod
Medicated lllackborry llrandy. It hits
never failed; its record Is triumphant in
tlio cholera districts where thousands bear
testimony to its unparalleled success. l!o
ware of villainous imitations put, in bIiii
ilur bottles with similar labels. U-17-lw
Fok uas fittings, pipe, etc., go to Ron
nie's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth stroot. 0-10-W
S S 'J'avlor
J IS Hudson
Dr W If Smith
D T Parker
F M Stockfleth
A ll Salford
J R Rend
W 11 Otrtr,
N K Way
M R llarrell
Sol Silver, who will
Tbo park committee hava tho consent
of the struct committee to hold a Horn
Fair at St. Mary's park, on Thursday and
Friday, 2Slh and Vi'ith lust.
This arrangement is special and for the
occasion, the object being to raise motuiy
to finish Improving tho ground before the
bad weather of winter.
The programme as publishod Is short,
hut will answer for a start. Tho names
announced its entries embrace all of the
gentlemen who havo horses lor tho dlll'er
ent rings that tho com mitten could call
to mind All nro invited and urged to
enter whatovor ring they will, not so
much for tlio premiums as to till out the
show and make tbo fair it financial sue
coal. Tho committee resorve the rL'ht to
return tho entrance money to any one if
there are not onough entrees lu any ring
to protect them from lot".
v e would lurther particularly stato
that at all times tho gates of the park and
tho whole grounds will bo open to all
free of charge; but the committee, for tho
purpoe of raising money for tbo Improve
ments, contemplate asking each citizen of
Cairo, Indltidually, 25 cents for
adults and 12J cents for cents for chil
dren, by tbe ptirchao of tickets, or to tho
marshals near tho gates.
Remember it is not compulsory as all
are cordially invited to attend tho meet
ing, with or without price, rely ing entlroly
on tlio known generosity of our citizens
to second our endeavors to beautify and
make available a common resort for all.
The comtnllte have so'.cctod tho follow
ing gentlemen as judges la tbe dlflorent
rings, and they are hereby" invited to be
present on tho grounds and make any se
lection from their number at thu time is
they may . Ut.
Dr C W Dunning
C M Howu
O R Woodward
P. F Huriiside
J P Heley
John WooJ Mayor
Thomas Wilson, ox-Mayor
J M Landsden, ex. Mayor
J II Oberly, ex-Mayor
D J llaker, ex-Mayor
Charles Gallagher V P Halliday
0 1 Lyon Wood Ritteuhouie
D Ij Davis.
John T Rennie
J C Whit
Dr II AVardner
Ruder, Tabor, lloupt.
Phil Howard has consented to tie
tho premium ribbons on tho lucky ones.
Any person who withes to enter its con
testants for any of the premiums, will
please cxll on either of the committee
Phil Howard, Pat Fitgcruld, or W. W.
Thornton and pay entrance fee of one
dollar, and get card for tho number of
ring. It will be a favor if all who enter
the contest will lot the committee know
at soon us possible.
Iluggy horses or marcs in harness, style,
slzo aud endurance, speed desirable but
First premium J 10 (0
Second " h GO
Third " : CO
Fourth " ti CO
Kntranco fee $1.
P Fizgeruld, A 11 Safi'ord,
II W Webb, S' R Gilbert
Dr. W R Smith, Dr. 0 W Dunning,
IKn'l Hartmati, Perry Powers,
Isaac Waldor, W R Kdson,
Dr. R F Fiold, W P Halliday,
K W Halliday, Dr. Rrigliam,
John -Meyers, James Johnson,
John dates, 0 R Woodward,
Sl'AVheelor, A H Irvln,
.1 P Uely, R II Cunningham,
Dr. AY Wood, (leo. Yocum,
I, Jorgonson, Col. S S Taylor,
Wm Hamlin, F M Stockilotb,
Thorns, O. P. Lyon,
Thos. AY Halliday, V XV Thornton.
Fastest pacing horde or tuaro 1 mile, best
two in three.
Win. I). Hamlin, Lane Waldor,
Dr. W. C. Dunning, W. Kluge,
premiums, f-0 00
First premium $10 00
Second " f 00
Third " 3 00
Fourtlt 11 '! 00
Fastest running mule, 1 mllo dash.
1-HKMlUMh $10 00.
Rest span draft horses or mnros
I'ltKMlll.MS S10 00.
Rest draft mules.
Rost and best mutchud carriage horsos
ritF.kiiUM $10: '
First "premium .' $-r 00
Second " 3 "0
Third " 'i 00
Rest jaddlo horse or mare.
First premium $6 00
Second " 3 00
Third " 2 00
Best equostrlanshlp by gentlemen.
First premium $5 00
Bwomt " 3 00
. a 00
. a 00
. 3 00
. 2 00
Third 1 00
Rest Kqtictrianshlp by boys, U and
rHiiiiUM fC 00
First promium ....$ 3 00
Second " 2 00
Third 1 00
Rest Kqncstrianshlp by ladles:
wiemium 20 00.
First premium o oo
Second " & 00
Third " ' 3 00
Fourth " 2 00
Fastest running hone or uiaro, ono half
First premium ? 5 00
Second " ,') oo
Third " 'J 00
Fastest trotting to road wagons or bug
gies, ono mile, two in throo:
I'RKMIUM 520 00.
Flrtt premium $10 00
Second " 6 00
Third " S oo
Kourth " ' oo
Pat Fitzgerald, Isaac Waldi.r,
W W Thornton, D Hartman,
W Kluge, Perry Power',
Dr R F Field, W It Ollbort,
A R Sttlonl, A J Carle,
John Oates, Wm Kat.ses,
A II Irvin, J P Holey.
Thorns, James Johnson,
Dr O AY Dunning.
'Sun and 'Gazette' please copy.
Tho ferry boat Throo States will, until
further notice, mako two trips on Sunday
Leaving Cairo at a run. and 4 p.m. Leav.
ing Missouri at U.:'.0 a.m. and 4W p.m.
Leaving Kentucky at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Cairo Citv Feiihv Comfanv.
Caiko, Septembor 17, 1370.
There will bo a meotine; of tho chamber
of commerce at the rooms of tbo board, at
10 o'clock a m., Saturday 20tlt Instant, to
take into consideration tlio Improvement
of Levee street. All tho merchants in
thu city, whether members of tho board
or not, are earnestly requosted to bo pres
ent, a it is a mattor of tho greatest Im
portance. V.. D. Mathumi, Vice Prest.
DuQL'oi.n, Septembor 17, 1873.
To the Irieudx and patrou and would-be
p.tli'olis of the conservatory ol mii-lc.
Owing to an attack of typhoid fever, I
have failed to rc-opon the Conservatory on
tiio first of September, as I advertised
when I closed on the first of August. 1
am still on tho sick list, but expect to bo
able to bo in my room in a few days to at
tend to business, and hopo to seo all old
patrons and many new ones. Duo notice
will ho given. Yours truly,
2t. N. P. Cuktick.
for salo by
in fivo hbl lots at thu
low price ol
IIITEE.N CTS I'ER HALLOS'.
Adarkredcow, straight sharp horns,
has been In tho woods near tbe old grave
yard during the spring and summer. $0
will be paid lor tho cow or S10 for cow and
calf, dollvored at this olllco. 9-IC 3t
Tbo general lists of delinquent ildowalk
taxes having beon placed in my hands,
tax pajers are notified that If thu taxes
aro paid by the 1st proximo they may bs
paid in city sirlp, otherwise thoy must bo
paid in o.'sh together with tho colts.
Alki. U. Irvi.n,
dtd County Collect' t.
Mliil.KK & PAKKKK,
G EN EH A L COMM ISSION
DKALKHa IN FLOUR, CORN
Oat3, liny, etc.,
AGENTS roit FAIP.IIANE'S SCALES
Ohio Levoo. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
II. A. Thomi L. D. Thorns
THO.MS k imOTIIHH,
Silcccsosrs to 11. M.lltilcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HKOK KltS
M'ljile ana 1'iiiicjr tirocerliK,
Foreign and Domestic
1!H Commercial A vonne,
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS.
WM. II. WALKKK tc CO.,
(I.ate Walkor A Rarry,)
OKN KRAI, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FOIt HALF. OF
Coi xTr.r, AYkstkrn and NohTiucK.v
Niw. 15 and t7 North Water Street,
MO II ILK, ALA.
j Xnr-cclal attention (ilvett to i-oii-m-n.
incuts. , .s-io tr
For oar and steam fitting go to Ren
nio's A'ulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. H-10-tf
I will sell my entire stock of wall pa
per at cost aftor to-day. Two of tho
best papor hangers In tho city at tho store.
Try mo. No. 2 Seventh street.
.Me. Wm. KiiLr.its is anxious to Inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that ioc his own fitting
in gaiters, line boots and shoes. In fact
all his work is done in his own shop.
Dr. "W. U. Smith has romoved his of-
flco to the second story orr.ouli Horhort's
new brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avo-
nues, where ho has moro comfortable and
commodious quarters. S-10-tf
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sale Guinness' Porter A;
Rites' ales and puro Hcnnessy brandy,
and the genuine Angostura bitters, alt
first-class cholera cures. Try thom
Giuiitor. Lati'.nf.k's Lunch. At Goo.
Lattner's Excolsior saloon, corner
of Washington avo n no and four
eotith street, Is tho placo to get
a lino lunch. Everything is served
up in good style, and Goorgo himself pro
sides to ico that all aro waited upon.
JunT recolvodl at Ehler's, Twentloth
stroot, between AVashlngton avenue and
Poplar street, tho fiuost French calf pat
ent leather ami .Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A poifect tit and sutisluctUil as
sured. Any persons m nee J of boots aud
shoos should call on Ehior's, oxamlnt) his
stock of leathers and leave their ordnrs.
Dr. Ltvarty, homoeopath 1st physi
cian, lato of Shawnuetown, tins locatud In
this city and intends making it his homo
Tho doctor comos to Cairo well mcom
mended, and refers to the ofilcers of the
First National bank of Shawneetown, tu
whom ho is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years, Ho
solicits fair share of tho patronngo of
our citizens. OUlco H0 Commercial avo
nuo. 7 20-tf
Tlio barber shop is on tho cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J., Goorgo Stlonhouso with his gun-
tlomonly assistants can bo found at any
hour of thu day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or oool
your tompor and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
euro of receiving first-class troatmont.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approvod styles. 8-lfi-tf
Foil Sale Cheaf. Ono span good,
younp mules, also a doublo wagon. Will
sell them togother or separately. Enquire
of Husk, Looms & Co,,
tf No, 01 Ohio Lovoo.
For 8a i.f., Several tl and 7 octave soc
ond hand pianos.
AV anted to Rent. Throo pianos on
rossou able tonus.
Curo Taul Schuh'i Drug Store
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Li!e,'Cimunt, Flatter, Hair, Ere
No OJilo I.evco,
I will ell in car load biU .it munulac
tureri' prlcos, adding freight. 4-'MI
F. M. STOCK FLi:T II,
Rectifier and Whotcalo Dealer in
roi;i:iJ.v ami ihsmkntk.'
LIQUORS ANJJ WISES
NO. 0'J OHIO LEVEE,
U-Mf CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
WOOD KITTKNIIOUSK & BRO
Cionoral Coiiiniirtinii iMnrohnrit-
ln OHIO LKVKK
It. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALK grocers, j
Coy. Commercial Av. and IStli St.
sin t no. 1 1, l, i m si i at .
AIo, kek,. coantautljr on hand a nimt oom
I'lute utoek uf
KCOTCIJ AVD IKI8H WniBKIKS
-(I I N a.
l'ort, Mitderi, Shorryand Catawba ?in-
R. Smith Co. are uUo aucnte lor PM-n-
cer, .McKay .vC'o.'n l'ltti-burg ule,ol'v.hlt'li
largo stui'u ih uopi coiiataiiiiy on iiiinn at
It. J. U UNI) IFF,
C IJ N U HA L PRO DUCK
COM M ISSION M ERCI I ANT
No. 17 EiaiiTii Sr.,
TWO .IHHITft ohxy
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
Septembor 10th and 20th.
till Triu m lx txx.t.
DUPREZ & BENEDICT'S
NEW ORLEANS MINSTRELS,
Composed only of Artists of yearn, expert-
icutu .urn uinirdu veieoni,
Xotr oo lliclr 3thl Antsuitl Tour,
Et cry where the acknowledged Minstrel
Trolllin Of III,. tnrl.r .fit. I rolMhntii.. Imm
their grand, .niccessful Northern, Eastern
uiid t e stern Tour.
For (Mil llirf l,.tllira t.m am.ll t.lll. ITnlU.
- ... ..... ,'...... i v .- ii.iii mil... ai.ui0
change of progrninme each night. Adnils-
blA. .i ........ I . .. : ' i .
.. ....... ,.,,Mii.n inee-. neserveu scuts lor
mile at the Usual place.
i. hah. ii. lil FitKZ, .Manager.
CH tK. H. Keknsiiin, Ocneral Agent.
WIJiIilAM J. ALLKN,
Ottlcoovor KlrbtNatioualbank. 3-li)-:tm
SAMUKL P. WHUKLEK,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllce ovr First National bank.
ORKKN & GILBERT,
' OOUNSKLORB AT LAArY,
William ll. Clilb.rl, I OAIKU, ILMN0I8.
MileaK. Oil Wert, J
arSpeoial aittatiou kItsb to AJmlralty anil
0TVI0B OUIOI.lcVia,H001ll 7 AMD 8ov'a
01TT NATIONAL PA UK.
A bit: battle has been irotntr on for vnara
between llio (onstittitlons ol tho sick ononn
fide, and all the active polwns, falsely
ralU'd rcmcdicH, on the othor. The poisons
have had tbc bct of the fight, and a long
Hit of the killed msy be found In every
cemetery, lint at lat, common sense is
putting a stop this pernicious conflict. At
ot the hick-room have discovered that In
Tarrant' Ellervcscent Seltzer Apperlebt.
the) havo a tonic, a lebrifuge, a laxative, a
iiiureiic, a corrective, a regulating anu anil
bilious medicine, cotlal to to all ordinary
exigencies, and good Inr every ailment ol
the stomach, the bowels, the nerves, th
muscles, and the secretive organs, fiold by
an druggist. u-t7-eoua:w-2W
OF ST. LOUIS.
k Suited lo all Climates,
AND FAMOUS FOB BONO
EZST TO US3I
CHEAPEST TO BUY II
EASIEST TO SELL 1 1 1
.sV'd ritnona for dotog mot anil
-vSluV ialcker andSTbcaper
Thin uj SlmtoltUoMl,
vMHl FAMOUS OB OIVJISO
'0AK and mrso
$0 Especially Adapted
nwj or mi Emm,
O. W. HENDERSON,
t'AIIIM, 1 I.I.N.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. F. lUI.I.IHAV. ITMl,Unt-
11 UN It I I,. 1IA1.I.IUAT, Vlo Fr.itJiat
4. H.HAKKllHI), Uashlur;
WAl.TUH HVdl.OF, A.ititlulU.hl.r-
Htasts Tavlou, lloatar 11, Ot'Skisjiiia,
Ht.lUJ L. IllUIPtT. W. I'. IlltLIM.I
(IS'l, IJ. WlLl.liMM.-l, UtlVIIIK llluli
A. II. HirroniJ.
KKClimiHP, Colli Mild SJiiISmI StsialKa
lloiKla lloiiKltl aud Nulil.
DEFOHITB rnclTnil, and a sTanral baaklnj
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OA IU.
It. W. M11.LKH, Prfsldont.
.). M. Piiili.ifx. Vleo-l'ro.liluut.
Ciias. CUN.Nl.NOIIAM, Caahler.
COLLECTIONS l'ROMITLY MADE.
EXCIIANtlK, coin, bank nols ami Unil-U
Htalss seourltl bought and sold,
lultirtMl Allowwl on T liuo OrioalU.
JJ. F. TARKER,
(Succcsior to Parker V lllake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
Aid th olbrU4 UlamloatU
bbom'loilduco, oom lira t. com