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THE CAlltQ DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 187
C. A. & T. R, R.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OhseiivkkV Oikick, Caiko. 111"., 1
Soptewber K, 10:11 p.m., IS..!, f
Barometer, S0.03 ilcrcf".
Theimometer, 01 deiir".
Wlni! south. Velocity ( mile" per
Maximum tempt-ratum for lat t!l bntir,
Minimum temperature lot tliel.i't'.M hour
f 0 degrees.
Prevailing wind birls-t'JI hour. ollh.
Total number of miles travelt J tiy wind
(luring lut til hours, II".
Observer Signal Service. I'.S. A.
John Q. llurnmi. C!i. Thmpp
JOHN Q. (IAHMAN A ('0.,
Ainl l.itut Agents or the rtltioN Central
:iliU Burlington and .Mloiiri Kalhoud i-om-paiilvt,
Morlti or. nraik n,l Ohio !
Oiler lor Hiile at low Iliftiren and cay terms
tint following real e-t.itc :
So. l-.r loti In the "Ridge Block" run
ning through tin block trom Klltvuiith to
Mxlecnth street, best resilience iirohuit)
in the city. loN :; ami t li 15, city, W.-t-h-Ington
avenue, between 'thirteenth ami
Fourteenth street, wot -good two-
lory dwelling houe on each lot. Lot
ami 0, adjiilnfii;' tbc tail before lumcd.
Lot II, b 41, city, on Sixth street, oiitb
I'l-, between Commercial ami Wellington
No 'J-I)U 7 ami S, b Bs. corner ol Four
teenth and Poplar trcct, Iront on Poplar
Ireet, wot ride. opposite pot-oIUcc block.
No.a Splendid Im-lnes building, resi
dence In second story, i rooms, hull and
Iront and rear stairway, wateronhoth Hours,
in number one condition: situated on north
went comer ol Oiinmercial avenuv and
Twelfth street. A great bargain If wild
No 4 Uit I, b 'J2. oiiiuicrrl.il cnue,
between Fourth and Klltli -trceta. Lot "I,
li'Jt, ou V. Illusion avenue, between Tilth
and sixth trcet.
No A Six lot In b 1st ad. High
ground, bleach on ea-y payments.
No Hliif 1 and 'i, In l f north corner ol
Tenth and Levee street. Ii-t Im-liie loca
tion In the city terms ca-y. lAb'l. Ti ami
41 lu b 1st ad., fouth corner ol Twentieth
and l'oplar street. Al-o three lots in court
house block, (routing on l'oplar street.
No 7 Lot IS and, IH, r VI south ride ol
Twentv-tirt i-trect. oppo-itt) "Convent
lllock very delrable lor rc-idemi: put
Not Ten of the ehoice-t lot. In block
7, ht addition, above trade, beaiitilul re-l-ilence
location, will be told at a great bar
gain. Wc call particular attention to this
propcrtv as It will bo oid very low.
Noil That clefant rc-ldencc on .xevenlh
trctt, owned by ("apt. Ilunl, li online T.'i
Iret on centirtrcet, and running back
'JW leet to ixtb. This property l well
known tothecltizenof,( slroatid vicinity a
oils ol the tno-t complete and convenient
rciflcnce In the city. It hi- all the con
venience! appertaining to a Ilri.ti:lhoinp.
The gronrul are lilfily enibelll-hcd with
elect thrnbbery and Iruit in .'ibundance ;
carrUu hnue, table ami outbuilding ti r-t-cla.
Owingto the rcinotal ol Capt. llurd
thii property will be old at a jjreat bargain.
n eaiy term. Al-o two lot-on coriierTblrd
treet and Mbi-lppl lece. The l.eee
building, formerly ocenpleil by ( apt. llurd.
Inb.1, Ohio leee. "-prlni,-rteld lllock," lor
Sn 10 An circuit retldcncew ith four lot
In b liT, city lor alc ery cheap II -old
oon lllh ground, and prcmi-e-Ina No.
So 11 A No. 1 cottase on Fourth tr,ct.
between Wu-hlnk'ton avenue and Walnut
treet. Al-o two IhIh mnnlnj; from Fourth
to Filth ftrect ry doirable property.
No li New two-tory dwelllnt; In prime
order, on l.ocii't street", highest ground In
the cltv, two lot'. Price I ?).
No lil An elegant rcidence with about
three acremf ground, covered with all kind
of celect Iniltand i-lirubbery, in .-anu Fc
lor iale cheap.
A KINK C1UNCK FOK INVK8TMKST.
We have lor alc or lca-e vacant and Im
proved propertr in all portlon of the
city. Alooer4"I()aereMif unimproved
!.indi In Alexanderand 1'ulai.kl counties at
extremely low figures and In tract- to ull
purchasers We are aentu lor tho lllinoi
c entral railroad land- In thl ami l'ulajkl
onntie- Itallro'ict land- not Mdd prior to
November next will pa- into other hand-.
Now itl;c time to purchac.
KMHIUANTh TO TIIK WIV.IT WKT.
We are the j;cnt. ol the llurlliixton and
.Miiouri Itailroad company, who oiler for
-ale In lowg and Nebra-ka million or acro
o the bet land on the continent, on ten
vearf crcilit. l! per cent. Interet. Maps,
juniphlet", circular!" and all ncce-ary Infor
niatlon relative to thoe land and liovv te
reach tlieni furnitlicd upon application.
Call at once and examine for vniiMve.-. Ap
ply to JOHN O,. HAIIMAN a cu..
Cor. Sixth and Levee id-., Cairo, III-.
.hi'-e 7. 187.1.
11YLAN1) & SAUKU,
AND DIALKHH I.t
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner lOtli street and Commercial avenu
next door to the llyland ealoon.
11-lCtf. OAIKO, ILIiS.
AND IlEALEti IN
UlOUTU STHSBT, BTWBK WABHIllOTO
AND COMUiaOIAL AtBMUBS,
adjoluta HI'lenbonaB nd Huuy '
Heap the !! or Uet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
jltiient In lh moat aoctpUtila manner,
(Sacceor to .Ismei Kyim-.ton,)
UUIOHBB kVD DBALBR l ALL KINDS OF
COBNBK NtNBTBNTH AND 1'OrXAR 8T8.,
Uuy nl alaughtew only the be catllo,
Uo and uneeu, nd U prepared to Oil any
Jeujaud for freiU meats rrotu one pounu io
tun thousand pound.
AND IHAl.KIt IN
khl KINDS OF FURS II MR ATS
... cor. Twentieth Hlrtet hmiI Vobi
FOR COUNTY UL-Kl'.K.
Ws are authorized to announco tin'.
.Iaooii 0. Lv.vcn will be a camliiUte for
Koitok IIui.i.ki in I'leaio announce
my nam) a n ranJnlate for tins olllco of
county clerk. .Ioii.v C. C'kuvvi.rt.
We aro ailtborizHij to nnnounco'Joszt'U
T. Oaviox hi a camlldat for tbe office
of county clerk, at tlio amulng Noveinler
aleotion, subject to tliu ilwisilon of tbe
voteri of Aletancr county.
FOK COUNTY TKKA.Sl'KKK,
VVuarcailtliori.ed to announce .loH.v II.
(5o.Man' k candidate for the ollic of
Kmtok ok Tub llti.i.i.Tix You will
pleaio announco my name a the people's
carididati lor county treaiurer, nt the en
ming November election. Intending and
ileiring to ervH tliu people, I bopo to bo
elected by tbe people
C'AI KO LOCAL NEWS.
I'KKSON t l
.Major Munn wai in attendatirn at tlio
.Mr. Kouit Ilurbert, wholm" been aick,
r conv:iIe!cetit. Ho hx been considera
Or. Dunning will clinllennn the judge
of e'uetrinibip who doi-i not nward him
tlio lint premium, to mortal combat.
.Iume llughet U dangerouOy aiilr,
and Win. Winter, C'orbett liodon, and
Walter McKep, aro alo on tliu tick Hit.
Climlet Alter and Henry Cubl will run
a foot raco at the fair tbl afternoon, and
Ilarman -vill go up in the (iMphic bal
-Mr. l'yon, of tlm Cairo and St.
Louis railroad, in the city Tuesday
and Weincsdav, on buin; ennrief'td
with the rodJ,
i'at. Fit.arald droro a tbiivmg buii-
ncs ni nit tent in the rark vesteruay.
Hn civs l,i per con turn of his t;ros arn-
ingi to tbe I'ark commute'.
Dr. C&'oy actl ai a judge of mulei
at the fair yeiterday. ll ii a good judgn
of inu'e. We know bo i, b'caiu he in
sisted on giving ui thi (Irst girmnium.
Judge Lrnma of ('arhondalu, U in
the city. The judge is a member ol the
lower bouie of thegeneral avseinbly, from
this district, and ii much e'toemed by hi
Dr. Huho ha fint-runtiing
hone and will try the steed i spend to-Jay.
Chief of Police McHalfl also prolceics to
have a hore that can swallow the ground
and will allow him to do to thi- nfn-r-noon.
The only feature the fair ofyettor
day neulcl to make it neompleto succeH.
was the p-eience of t"5n. Orant. Hh has
been telegraphed for, and, if linnncial
troubles are not too numerou- at New
York, be will bo present to-day.
At eight o'clock last night a young
dry uooli merchant, by tho name of Fred
olin Jlanny, Krrived in this city. He came
by tlio usual road, old as Kve, and
weighs oleven pounds. The name of
Fredolin reminds ui of tlm old story of
the good Fredolin and the bad Dietrich,
and of tlio popular song, Das Schifl'
trelcht durch die wellen. Fredolin.
Cunningham, the express-wagon
man, has mot with a misfortune in having
his w-,gotM broken in the service of the
public, and should bo remembered by the
people of the city. Hti will run liU ex
press to-day, to and from the park, and
wo hope he will be llburally patronized.
His wagon is a comfortably vehicle, and
tho fare is only a song, feek Cunning
bam, and patronize him,
I'm k Alpine. It is a difficult task for
the pen to describe tho artistic beauties of
the October AUlinc, a number which
flashes with real gem of art, even as tho
October foliage assumes Omental splona-
on, l ucre are lour tun-page pictures in
this issue, ouch a master production, by
celebrated artiets. .Mr. John S. Davis has
a lovoly picture called " Nutting," a group
of children bonoath chostnut trees; .Mr.
Alexander I.awriu give a grand view of
Eli.aboth Valley, In tho world-fumed
Adirondack region of New York; Mr. Hoi
man Hunt, tho famous Kngliih artist, is
represented by ' The Kve of St, Agnes; '
and Mr. Oroatorox has a characteristic
sketDh of an old house in Now York city,
the Harspii mansion, llesidos theso uroat
pictures, -Mr. ICruoman Van Elton gives
niid-ftimtnor view on haltnon brook, in
Conn., Mr. J. Mehntee, of the notional
Acadiiniy, has n brilliant and dreamy Oc
tober sketch called " Falling Leaves,'" as
good as anything which ever came from
tho pencil of this famous artist ; n bird
picture of b duck nnd sparrows, called
"Opulonco at.d Indlgenco," is after Gus-
tavus I.u; and nu original Amir
lean landscape scone represents tho
flirht of wild iroose nvor
reedy lake; there U it utagnillcenl por
trait of tho beautiful and accomplished
Angolica Kaufman, nnd Donjauiln Van
tlor, ono of the most popular painton at
Dussoldorf, hits a charming (Ionium Into
rior, called "Poor 1'uny !" Tho ron ain
ing illustrntiona am a little gem, "The
Hummer Shower,'' and a view of "The
Uinter-Soe, in Upper Bavaria.'' No
Journal in the now world has over At
tempted to give Ih one number ao many
rare and, beautiful pictures. The
literary contests of tliu October
Aldlno' are unusually brilliant audpliju
ant; as crisp as tho air of October. From
tliii outline sketch of tho Octobor
'Aldine,' it will bo seen that it has an im
monse variety of art gems and lltorary
artlclos of the highest order. Subserip'
lion price SO, Including chromos "Village
11" and "Crossing the Moor." james
ill- 1 - " - ' 1 -M -
A ULOIUOUS DAY'S fil'OHT.
TO-DA ' i
Yosturday was a gl)r ,ou, dHV fof ,porl(
and thij friends of tho lVk wuie In glorl
ous spirits. Nearly -rvcrvbodv of good
taste In the city Waso",it at' the' I'ark fair,
and tho managers to' In a goodly sum of
The -first thing on the programme was
thetrUil of buggy M)Me and mareUn
harmiis, and tin. t;et was "style, sizo
and sinduranre. jpeMl ,iral,I9 b,,t
not rofjulslte." A Urge number were en
terod, Hnd Upt. ttlllett, of Mound Citv.
and Messrs, Htidsoo, Charles Arter, Miles
Parker, and Falls -of this city, acted as
judges. After the horses entered hid ox
hiblted their qualities, the Judges selected
the following as tho homm among which
tho four premium elioulcl be distributed t
Jliiniiinjr'i, Foitr. .Smiths, Webb's,
Thomas', Woodward ', Thornton's and
(Jates'. Th premium were then awnrded
as lollowi ;
Dunnings, rtrt. premium;
Foster s, socond premium ,
Smith s, third irremlum ;
Webb's, roimh jiremlutn.
All theie gentlemen at onco gave their
premiums to the Irk committee.
Then came the pacing race, and th
excitement ran bigb li amlin s maro and
WarrenV horse witro entered, and when
timl, was called startod finely lor a half
mile dash, best two in three. Hamlin's
mare came out ahend U Mi, Warren'
coming in in 1:W. Uijfore tbe second dash
was called, the Hawnlin mare became
frightened and startiyl to run dragging a
negro man who had her in charge, and
who held hor like hero, at least a bun
dred yards. The nogro was thrown un
der tho mare and tbe sulky passed
ovor his body. He was alightly in
jured. Tho mar was finally stopped
but not beforn sho had brokon the sulky
and cut a wide gash in ono of her hind
legs. Mr. Hamliu was compolltd to draw
hor out of tbe raw, and the premium w
awarded to Mr. Warren, who immediate. 1
ly 'to a ii, a congressional salary grab
phrase , .-overed it into the Park treasury, i
About this time Phil Howard, who was i
riding Chief of Folic McIIale's horse,
attempted the difficult feat of putting the
horse on it dead run, and making him turn j
a summersault, the rider remaining on the (
horse back. The experiment
was riot quite succeisful, and
the coosjneneo was that both Phil and I
the burnt fell. Tho hore rolled over I
I'hil tirstitnd then Phil rolled over the
horr. Strange to say, the horse s neck was ;
not broken, and Howard came up bloom
ing like tho rose. To-day he will re. at- .
tempt tbe sumrnerfault experiment. Last
night hu lad Hilly Morris busy milking
oat neck insurance policies, and he Is now
rjady for any contingency.
Sarbin carried ou" tho tint premium for
the best draft mule, and Yociun the socond
and third premiums.
Tho first premium for the host matched
carriage horses was awarded to Perry
Powers, and tho second to Andrew Lobr.
Mr. Thornton, who is by rights first in
command, and deserves all the credit for
this succossful all'air, then adjournad the
fair by proclamation made by Chief Mar
shal Gossman, until to-day, when thoro
will be all the fun anybody, ovun the
most fastidious fun-lover, could doiire.
Hut then tho real enjoyment began. A
race, for half a milo ilath, was in ado up bo
tween Holy's tnare nnd Hunt's hone.
They started Hnely, Hunt's borso having
the inside, and ran, with Hunt's bono
loading, until they reached the ontrance
gate, when Huly maro bolted tho track
and nttompted to pass nut through tho
gato. Luckily tliu rider stopped hor be
foro she reached tho wire fence, but as a
matter of tour.o she lost the raco. An
other dash was agreed upon, nnd lfnly t
mare camo out ahead making tho half
mile in !? seconds.
Tlio crowd then dispersed, wtili ovory-
body satisfied with tho day's enjoyment.
Dollars worth of boots, shoes, gaiters, etc,
at F.lllott .V Haythorn's, on Commercial
avenue. They go on tho principal that
high prices aro as bad as
K UK. LI A,
Who rob rich and poor alike. They lutvo
maiked tholr summer stock nt cost and
their fall and wintor goods at low ligurr s
To closer flguros, assuring their patrons
good bargains at all times. Kemember
the place, Commercial avenue, .
The guneral lists of delinquent sidewalk
taxes having been placed in my hands,
tax payors aro notitlud that if tho taxos
aro paid by tlm 1st proximo moy may ts
paid in city sorlp, othorwlso thoy must bo
paid in o.'sh together with tne cost.
Al.KY. H. InviN,
,ltgl County Collector,
(Jnikok LA-nstr.R'H H'MJlt. At (leo.
i..ttnr' Excolnior saloon, corner
of Washington avenue and Four
eonth stroot, is the placo to got
& line lunch. Everything is served
up in good style, and Ueorgo himself pre-
fldvs to e that all aro waucu upon
On Saturday morning next,at lOo'clock,
I will soil n't publlo auction at the door of
ttit, rourt house, a lot of lumbor suitable
for fencing or stabling.
Alkx. U. Ikvin, Bherifl.
tj: last rail down, and
M'AK.SKNGEit Tit A INS
The last rail on tho Uairo, Arkanta! &
Texas railroad, was laid on Tuesday last,
thus completing tho route from Cairo to
Te.Yarkatia, on tho Texas border.
Through trains commenced running on
Tbe road runs from Cairo through tho
counties of Mississippi, Scott, Stoddard to
l'oplar Blufl, in Itutler county, and has a
longtli ol seventy-one miles. It passes
through the following places, giving them
railroad communication with Cairo:
Commencing atOroonlleld's 1andlng,on tho
Mississippi river opposite Cairo, it runs
through Hough's station, Charleston, the
county seat of Mississippi county. Ilort-
rand, Sikostun, the (cat of a largo
grain trade from the southeastern
counties- Littlo rlvor, also a station; Huf-
ilngton, on Castor river, a Hag station;
Cray's Kidge, Dexter, a new town laid
out by Mr. Allon, and a shipping point
to IlloomSeld, seven miles distant; Dud
ley station, Ash Hills, and tho terminus
at l'oplar I tin IT, whoro it joins the Arkan
sas branch of tho Iron Mountain railroad)
and the Cairo and Fnlton road. Tho com
pletion of this now line, not ynly giro) an
outlet to the places named to Cairo, but
makes an all-rail route from Cairo, on the
Mississippi to Texarkana, on the border
of Texas. It gives an nutlet for grain,
lumber, and also cotton from Dunklin
county. Mo., ami a large cotton region in
northeastern Arkansas. Dunklin county
ships 100,000 bales. Somo portions of tho
new road were built with great ditlictllty.
The section across " Nigger Wool
swamp ' passes over trestle work 1,200
feet long. Decaluro Axtoll is tho
thief engineer in charge. The
line i k portion of the old Cairo
and Fulton and was. purchased by
Thomas Allen, the president of tbe now
line, from the state. Previous to the war,
passenger trains wero run between P.ird's
Point and Charleston, but tho lurtner con
struction of the road was then abandoned
and tho running or trains ceased. Tho
new road is design ated among the rail
road employes for short astho "Cat'' road,
by putting the initals only together
THE PAl'.K IIOltaF. I' A I It.
No person should remititi away from tho
park fair to-day. Thoro will be bushels
of enjoyment for all who attend it.
The following "rings" will be openrd :
llest snddl" horse or mare.
.. 3 00
.. 2 00
Best equo'triariBhlp by gentlemen.
First premium $3 00
Second " 3 00
Third " 2 00
Host K'lueUriansbip by boy, 14 years
obi and under:
PREMIUM $0 00
Beit Equostriansbip by ladies
PREMIUM 20 00.
. .1 00
,. 2 00
Fastest running horio or mare, ono half
First premium ; 5 00
Second " - n
Third " - 00
Horso or Marcs.
Fafteil trotting to road wagons or bug
gies, one mile, two in tbreo :
PRKMIfVI 20 00.
First premium 10 00
W H Gilbert,
A J Carle,
"W W Thornton,
Dr U r r leld,
A H Safl'ord,
A II Irvin,
Dr O W Dunning.
WE HAVE ANOTHER.
The following correspondence explains
W. W. Thornton, Chairman St. Mary's
Dear Sir: Tho Delta City Cornet
Hand have acreod to render their sorvices
to you on to-morrow noon to enliven your
fair, free of charge; providing, you furn
isli a suitable wagon to convey us to tho
iKo. l-.isKNliKRo, Leader.
At IIu ml, Cairo, Sept., 25, '73.
Dear Sir: I will at once place, your
kind note buforo the balance of committee
for action. S'ou have my thanks for your
otl'ur. Respectfully Yours,
W. W. THORNTON.
Cairo, Ill's., Sept. 'Jr., 187.1.
(J KuKMiciRu, loadnr of tho Delta City
Cornot Hand :
DkarSih Wo called on volt yester
day and this mornlng.to lurnlhs music lor
our lair. ou Biaiou mat o" n mu
lowest price you would play for. Wo
thought it more than we were Justilled in
paying, and procured auoinor uuu iur
the two davs of tho fair, and cannot in
juslieo to them accept your offr.
W. W. Thorn ton,
Tho members of the Nomo H. H. club
are hereby notified to meet In St. Marj's
Park to day, at 3:30 p.m., sharp, to play
Fob 015 aid iteam fitting go to Bea
nie' Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth strcot. 9-10-tf
Flour sample boxes of all tl7-.es kept
constantly on band or made to order on
short notlc, at Tmb Bulletin bindery.
!'-i!l liw J. 0. Uukls, Proprietor.
For Sale Cheap. Ono span good,
young mules, also a double wagon. Will
soil tbant togethor or separately. Empilre
of Hl'SK, Loomi & Co.,
tr No. CI Ohio Lovee.
I will sell my entire stock- of wall pa
per at cost after to-day. Two of tbe
best paper bangers In the city at tho ttoro.
Try me. No. 2 Seventh street.
2 H. Aut.E.
A llm Tiiio. The biggest stock of
groceries nod notions : tho biggest bar
gains in grocorie', and the biggest man in
town to wait on customers, aro at 11. .1.
Cundlff't, on Washington Avenue.
Mr. Wji. F.III.ERS is anxious to inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that , Vs Ai oicn lilting COPPERAS
in gaitors, lino boots nnd shoes. In fact j
all his work is dono in his own shop, i
Dr. W. 11. Smith has removed bis of
fice to the second story of Louis Herbert's
now brick building on Eighth street, bo -
tweon Washington and Commercial ave-
nues, wnere ne nu more comrortablo nnd
commodious quarluri. 8-10-tf
For Sa i.k. Sevoral 0 and 7 octavo sec
ond hand pianos.
Wantkii to Kent Three pianos on
Care Paul Scliub's Drue .Store
P. PJlxguraM at bis rooms, corner'
Fourteenth stroet and Commercial avo
nuo, offers for salo Oulnness' Porter &
Has' ales and pure Honuessy brandy,
and the genuine Angostura bitters, ail
llrst-elass cholera cures. Try them
The Southern hotel is becoming a fa-
Lyndo knowj how to keep hotel holds all ,
his old customeri,and adds now onos to the i
list every day has fitted up i flno and f
commodious hotel otllco that travelers Hnd
a pleasant placo to loungo in. So always
stop nt tho Southern. it1
Jest roceived at Ehlor's, Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and 1
Poplar stroet, the finest French calf, pat- 1
nt leather and Moroccos for gentlemen's j
wear. A porfect lit and satisfaction as
sured. Any persons in need of boots and
shoes should call on Ehlor's, examine his
stock of leathers and le.-ive their order.
A New ENTERrRtM:. Dr. II. F. Field
will run a lino of backs between Cairo
and tho terminus of the. Cairo, Arkansrs
V Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and l o'clock, p. m., making close con-'
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for pntsongers or baggage should
be left at Field's stable, on UUh street.
The barber shop is on tho corner of
Eighth stroet and Commurcinl nveuuo
where ,I.aUoorgo Stienhouso with his gen
tlemenly assistants can bo found tit any
hour of the day or night, ready to sootho
your fooling with a .smooth shave, or cool
your temper nnd head with a good sham
poo. It is n llrst-clnss shop, and you aro
sure of rt-ceivini; llrst-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved ntylu. fi-lA-tf
W: need not remark that tho oyster i
a good thing to have in the bounej every
body knows that ; but it may bo necessary
tosay'thnt the boil oysters in tlio city
may be found at tlio oyster saloon of
Aninndus Jaeckol. Ho has fitted up
rooms in tine style, and has made arrango
monts by which ho will be ablo to obtain
daily supplies of frosb -oysters, which ho
is prepared to dish up to customers in any
inannur. Call upon Jiteckol and try his
Phil. H. Sai pV
Ltdie' Oyster Saloon
has been thoroughly rodlttcd,
and ho is now prepared to accommodate
tbc public with oysters sorved in all styles,
nnd monls at all hours, Oysters for salo
by tho can or half can at tho lowest prices,
roceived daily from Baltimore. Ho has
nlso procured tho servicos of an expert
confuctioner, and will manufacture all
kinds of stick candy, tally, French nt.d
common kisses, and in fact nil kinds ol
swoctmcats. Cnllnt his confectionery and
restaurant, No. 102 Commercial avenue,
botweeii Sixth and Sovonth stmrts. U-'JItf
Pure Ci i Kit
for salo by
Mathucs A- Uui.
in live bbl lots at tho
low prico ol
RIMKKN CIH PER (I.VI.I.OS.
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopathist physi
cian, lato of Shavvneetown, has located in
this city and intonds making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
mended, and refers to tho oillcers of tho
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom bo is well known, having practiced
his profession among thum for years. Ho
solicits a fair sharo of tho patronage of
our citizens. Olllce 1 10 Commercial ave
CHANCE OF TIME ON Til E OAIKO
AND V1NCENNES KA1LKOAD.
Mound City train leave Cairo ut 11:30
..in,, and fi p. in. Arrives at Cairo at 2 p.
in., and 0 i. in. Sunday train leavos
Cairo atti s. m., and 6 p. in. Arrives at
Cairo a'. Hi a. m., and C p. m.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each '.'I
feet long, -2 Inch Dram, i! U inch Fluo,
with llru fronts. Mud and Sloam drum
Sarety and Mud valvos, Chimney and
lirltchln, all complete and in llrst-class
order!; been used oniyinreB muium
Wholesale and Retail Dealei in
Foreign and Domestic Dry
LARGE STOCK OF
Upholstery floods, Window
Wishes be nubile In I... nrrm.l lli
any In the f outheitst, and that he Is determined to sell ev err article at nricoi lower than
an I t " examine goods and
CAKDOLA T E OF
r E II M A A G A
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
OJa SALE LOW PEICE3
COKNKU WASHINGTON AVKNTK AND KIOHTII STRKKT.
2STO. 74 OHIO XjiiVES
WORTH OF GOODS
The iiiHlmigiicd will coiitiimo .selling tlie re
maiiMlcr of li is Large Stock of
AT ACTUAL COST.
As I am determined lo closo out i
i detcrmliit'd lo closo out my present business as soon as possible.
JO A DID ALL MISTAKKS lIKHKAFTKll, THIS STOCK
WILL Hi: SOLI) STIUCTLV VOH
HAS ItKOI'KNKD 11 IS
i mi i
Will keep open day and night, ready to servo meals
at all hours, ami has a private entrance- for
ladies and gentlemen, without be
ing disturbed by anybody,
and is propared to accommodate the
travelling public. He has fitted up 8 new
vnnms over the book store, and 'is ready tn keep
Twenty-Five or Thirty Families:
MSjrCivo In m a call at any
No dyspepsia or stomach trouble will
ailsu from eating artlclos prepared with
Dr. Frlco's Cronm Dak Ing Powder. It
makoa the lightest, whitest biscuit, cakes,
! otc,,of any other preparation in the market.
Dr. l'ricu s special lltvorings.ot antiia,
Lemon, etc, are strong, puro and havotlm
ttuerk-b iavorof thul'iuits. Ask for Dr
l'rlco's Special Flavorings, and Dr. l'rico's
Cream Baking Power. !-'-!t
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
Tho tirm borctoforo existing under tho
, , .,, ,
namo of Saup A' Clarkson, havo this day
dis.olvod bv mutual conseut. Mr. Clark-
son retiring from the bu-lness.
Phil II. Sauc,
.1. T. CHRKSilN,
1 will continue the confectionery busl
nes at tho old stand, and pay all doot
contracted by the tirm prior to Sept. 2H,
and colloct all outstanding debts. Thank
ing tho publlo for past patronage, 1 hope
for a rontlnunnei' f fsam
Slmdcs, Damask, Cornish
l,n I, l,.n.l , ... i ..i. ... i ...
prices. He vvlll satlily you both to ejus I
IJROMO CHLOU ALU Ji
L I U E ,
N A TE OF POTASH
hour, day or night.
D U, HULTZ
III'. IN Nil 1.1, MVIRU AND IM V.1IKO
lll otllco and dUpcnsary at
NO. '22 KIGNTiI STREET,
Bet. C'omiucu-ial .ma Washington avenues.
It I- true, the doctor It ono of the olden
pliyloliins of the place, ami Ida diploma,
that liap' In lil otllco, hIiovv that he ha
been 112 ycura in tlio profeanion. lie it doing
a birgur ullli-e prai-tlee titan any other phy-It-bin,
treating nil kludt of chronic disease
l " t uumaimyMeiu, nueii oiuiucer, ami
u ,nt.;IM.M of me vtn, humor and blood
PoImiiu; uli-o ilUcunc of the throat; also
all tlUuaxe ol the eye of year standing ;
ul-o artificial oyes Inserted; Ustula cured
without tho use of a Kiille ; cancer cured
by the application or medicines; pimples ou
tho face it-moved; all urinary disease,
cured ; all form of venereal and private
dieask.irt'il In tliu ahorteat time ; rmiil
weakness and i)f-:tbuse cured lu i short
"'u is olf-evtdent that a pbyslclau treatlotf
cases for twuiity-two year ac.vure tirttl
All eniiHUltatbiiiM itmlL!