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rillfi CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAt, SETEMlJiiHi 1873
1 LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OltSEUVItH'rt OFHCK, CAIIlO, Ilk, I
Hoptembor lfi, 10:11 p.m., 1 HT:J. )
Hftroinr.tcr, 00.08 degree,
Tlietmomntor, 01 ilrgriie,
Wind hotitli. Velocity miles per
. Wcalbor clear.
I Maximum tcmpcrattiie fur laat 24 hour',
I Minimum temperature lor IhelmUl hour,
J'rovllltig wliul rurh't'il hoilrs, soUli.
Total number of miles traveled by wind
luring l it'J4 hours,
Observer Slirnal .Service, II. H. A.
lohn Q. Ilarman. Chas, Thnipp
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
Anil Land Agents of tlic IMInols Celitr.il
,nil Uurllnf;tii uml Mlrtouti Railroad com
(aides. lortli Cor. alalia It. mid Ohio I.oir.
Oder lor kale at low llgurca and eaiy terma
io following real cctato :
No. 1 f lots In tlio "Ridge lllock" run
Ing through tlio block I rum Kiltcciith to
Ixteentb streets, bet residence property
l tbe city. Lots 3 ond 4 I) 45, city, Wash
iirtnu uvcntie, between Thirteenth umi
ourteentli streets, west hide good two
.ory dwelling houe on cacb lot. Lots fi
lid 0, adjoining tlio laat before mimed.
oin, ii sj, city, on sum unci, mum
ile, between Commercial and Washington
So i I.oU 7 and 8, b Hi, corner ol Four
;eiitli and l'oplar itreeta, front on l'oplar
rcet, wot utile, oppoaltc poat-o!lko block.
No.3 Splendid liu-lnen building, real
j nee In second atory, U woius, ball and
out and rear stairway, wateronbotb lloorn,
number one comtitlon: situated on north
cat corner ot Commercial avenua and
welltli struct. A great bargain If aold
No 4 l.ot 4, b il. Commercial avenue,
'tween Fourth and FlllU street. 1Ot ii,
U, on Washington acnuc, between Flttli
id Sixth streets.
iN'o ft six lot In b t, Jat ad. High
found, i'iotleach on cay payment.
So 0 Lots 1 aud 1, In b ft north corner ol
2nth and Levee streets. Heat bulnc loca
in In tho city terms easy. Lota'Jl, 22 and
In b 1U, lt ad., aoutb corner ol Twentieth
id l'oplar streets. A So three lota in court
iiuae block, fronting on 1'ojilar street.
No 7 IMln It and. 10, blu south aide ol
wcnty-lim street, oppoalte " Convent
.ock" very dcalrable lor rcaldcnce pui
Not Ten ol tho choicest Iota, In block
, lot addition, above trade, beautilul real
nee location, will bo old at a. great bar
tin. We call particular attention to thla
opcrty aa It will be cold very low.
,No l That elegant rcaldcnce on .Seventh
reel, owned by Capt. llurd, Irontln To
t on Seventh street, and running back
,! feet to Mxth. Thla iironerty l well
liown to the citizen of Cairo aud vicinity a
b ol the inott complete ami cotncuteni
lidvnccn In the city. It haa all the con-
...I......... I. ,!.. ,,. , ,., ..!... I, n...
ic ground aro highly cmbcllltbed with
lect ahrubbcry and fruit In abundance ;
rrl.ige hoiie, -table and outbuildings llrat
ws. owing to the removal ol Capt. llurd
In pro tarty will bo cold at a (treat bargain.
uay terma. AIo two lot" ou corner'! bird
'reet and MUiiltii levee. Tho Levee
illdliiL'. formerly occupied liy Capt. Hum,
bU. Ohio levee, "SprinKlIctd lllock," lor
No 10 An clctrant realdcnce with fourloti
b 07, city lor aalo very cneaii u win
an lUKli ground, ami jireuue ma .u
No II a No. 1 cottage on Fourth atrcet,
'tween Wahin(,'ton avenue and Walnut
eet. Alao two lota running from Fourth
Klnh utrfoU very de ruble nrotierty.
So IS New two-awry dwelling in prime
I ler. on Lociikt atreet, highest ground in
c tv. two lota. Trice 1 !SW.
So ill An elegant realdence Willi about
-eeacreaof ground, covered with all kinds
elect irult awl aiiruunery, in sanui re-
A KINK CHANCE FOIt INVXSTMK.NT.
Ve have lor ale or leave vacant and iui
jved property In all portion of the
v. Ann over -iVfiOO acrea of unimproved
ida In Alexandcrand Tulaakl counties at
tremely low rlures, and in tracta to utl
rcluacra. We are agent" for the Illinois
Intril railroad lands in thla and I'ulaski
initio JUIlroad lands not aold prior to
rvetaher next will pasi Into other nanus,
jW latl.e tltno to purchaac.
VMinitANTS TO TIIK (1 II K AT WKat
v., tin- auenta of the llurllngton and
aourl Itullroad company, who oiler fur
o In Iowa and Ncbra-ka inllllona of acrea
tho best land on tho continent, on ten
'ira credit. 0 per cent. Interest. .Map,
nnlili'ta. rlrciilara and all necessary Inlon
Hon relative to those lands and how te
Mi tncin ftirn aheil upon application
I at once and examine for yourslve?. Ap-
to JOHN (J. 11AK31 A.N CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Lovco sta., Cairo, Ills,
ire 7. 173.
" HYLAND & SAUEH,
AND I1CALKU8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
nor 10th etroct and Commercial avenu
noxt door to the Ilyland aaloou.
MCtf. CAIItO, ILLS.
AND DKALkUt IN
ma Stbiit, Btwk Wabhinqtos
AND UOUMIROIAL ATiauas,
k.iinlar Blttenboaie aad naunr
kn thn nait or unai. rora. mutton vi
ena in inn mmnw-pttwuiB 'm.uu.i .
(Succchsor to Jamei Kynaston,)
rCUKB AND DKALBIl IN ALL KINDS OT
3RNBR MNXTXNTII AND rurtAH aim,,
la on, I aUuahtnrii nnlv tho heat cattle
k and sheep, and la prepared to All any
aad for rrean meats rrom one puuuu w
AND DIALKR IN
L KINDS OF F11E8I1 MEATS,
r cor. Tvrcullelb Street nud Com
......1 lUiiirhtara only the belt Cattle
i and Sheep, and U prepared to All or
i far rTesa jaeata iruw uo vu wsi;u
FOH COUNTY OliKHK.
We nro authorlr.ed to announce that
Jacoii (j. IiY.srii wilt bo n candldatu Tor
KlUTolt ilut.I.r.TlN Ple'aio annouueo
iny naina as a candidal Tor tlio ollico of
county dork. John O. Citfiwi.Er.
Wo aro authorized to announce Jotxrit
IAVIo.vna a candldato fur tbo ollico
f county clerk, at tho oniuing NuvemLor
loction, subject to tlio dcclasion of tlio
otera of Aloxandcr county.
l'OH COUNTY TUKASUUKn.
Wo nro autliori.od to announco John II.
os s.man n candidate for the ollico ol
Editoii or The Uullktin You will
i)a(o announce my namo as tlio people!
candldato lor county treasurer, at tlio cn
uing November election. Intending and
dedring to aervo tho peoplo, 1 liopo to bo
elected by the peoplo.
H.ZOtd WILLIAM .31AKTI.V.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
aawtaH4alt((t4((a''t'a,Ml a' aa't !
.OCAL NEWS MARKET.
llutlneta In the local nowa line yciter"
ay wna aa quiet aa a May morning on the
.Mininippi river. Thorn'.on'a I'ark lair
creatl 'I'll to Hitir on Tburiday and Kri-
ay, but yeaterday there waa nothing go
ing n with tho exception of a little
freight which wo obacrved going on a
ateamboat, nnJ l)via of tho '."iun,' who it
continually going on about aomethlng or
-The precautionary meaiurei ngalnat
yellow fever, adopted by tho city council
Friday night, auctned to roaiiuro the '.man
In tho Fourth wtrd who la afraid of th
fever, and in his family tbo tcoling waa
unquestionably bettor than on any day
luce tho opening of thil week.
Tho financial fever, which like the
ullow fuvi-r, bat been ufllictlng other leal
avorcd communitiea tbau Cairo, haa not
reached ui ; and, wo havo reaion to believe
the precautionary measures taken by Col
A. il. Mallbrd, M. I), (Money Doctor, be
It obacrvudj, tho able and energetic chair
man of our financial board of health, will
keep tho diio.uo away from our doora.
-Etstern, and indoed Western, .South
ern nnd Northern cxchange(a) aro ncg
lecied by ua, wo being too buiy pondering
upon the uncertainty of life and the nar
row gatigo road, nnd upon tho unappro-
cialiro character of tho peoplo of Cairo,
who teem to not know or cite forget to re
member what a precious jewel they havo
in The Hulleti.v, to devote any tltno to
any other aubject.
Morality in tho city continue! t'.eady,
oxceptiouth of .Sixth atrect, on Comrncr
clal avenue, where it tumbled aomowbat
aftor 9 o'clock last night. Tho premium
on Cairo morality ycitorday waa quoted
by Kev. Mr. Thayer at 101J102, with a
falling tendency. If wo could lo pro,
tccted from tho depressing olfecta of I'v
ducah importations our morality would
be at par in a abort time, provided Mound
City wero a ll'.tlo farther removed from
-Ituligion it unritiotablu ; but tho
eburebca are pooling tholr ctlbrta, aud
favorable re-suit may be anticipated. Tho
doad lock of aummor roligiout laziness haa
pasted ita point of greateit danger. Thu
aigna of encouragement aaidu from thia
are that the churchea nro gaining nn oc
casional alrny abeop, and the ahepherda
are getting ready to go out in tho cool,
p!eaartt daya of the autumn, and the long
nighta of tlio coming winter, and aeek af-
tor the wandering lambs of tho loll flock I
of theChiiitian Iaruulof Cairo.
Tho poraonal market la as dull u an old
saw. llioro is really nothini: dolni:. and
pcraona are unquotable.
The most poraonal item wo have
hoard for many n day ia that tho new au
purlntendont of tho C. & V. road has is
sued a general order to conductors, that
heriiik tho late auporintendciit of that
road has endeavored to incite initibordin
ation the orders heretofore given to pass
him frco havo been rovokod. Tho consn
quence will probably be, that Major Leo
must cither walk to Mound City or dis
continue his visit to that small but turn
Thornton iiquotol A No. 1 alnco the
I'ark fair, and thoro la not near enough of
him in tho market; but ho ia doing all ho
can to remody that dvfect, if wo aro cor
rectly Informed. Tho demand for Thorn
Ionian energy in Cairo la unlimited, but
ha accms to havo a monopoly of it. If he
could cut himself into aay a hundred
Thomtoni, and each Thornton bad
bushol of monoy, tho narrow-gaguo road
would be complotod In it month, the
Cairo and Tonnesiee Hivor road In sixty
daya aud a dozen othor roads in about tho
lamo tlmalt would take a stuttorlng man
to Bay, Jack Ilobinson, wo would soon
havo wbolosalo (try good), grocory and
boot And shoo store houses; good nowapa
pers, manufacturing establishment!, dl
reel trade with Kuropo and a great city
tho Future City of tho Mississippi valley,
lie commands In our estimation n high
premium as tho most thorough-going
Cuiro man in tho city. If we all wore po
BOsBcd of his dorotlon to our local Interests
Cairo would soon go ahead at a rapid
Hum Irvln wo quota aa ShoritT Extra,
the best in tho markot. Ho la nn ofllcor af
tbo first water. No othor man who lias
occupied tho sheriff! ollico in Aloxandor
Has performed its duties with tbo ability c f
Ham. Irvln. Ho is a fearless, nn indus
trious , a competent and a strictly honest
officer, and wo know this market can nev
or be suppllod with too much of this kind
of a man.
Mr. Harrison Raltton and Miss
Marry Faroll, of l'ulaskl county, were
j.VJ---sbp jialnJ.it..Ju...Ung. at
Thayer, Ai a inatrlmonUl knot tier Mr.
Thayorhaino oqunls rind fow auporlora.
Wo are going to unmitrry to have
the pleasure of being murrlod again by
Mr. Thayer. Ho haa bon In the bull
tieai many yean. Juit at proaont the
tnatrlmonlal markot Udeprtaaod, with few
alos and nt low prices on long crcdita,but
Mr. Thayer la doing bis share of the ouii-
ess. Ho ii a friend of Tub IIuli.ktiv,
nnd his motto li, quick sales and (mall
rollta. This, in, part, accounts for iila
It is a fact that Judgo Mulkey has
married. Tho name of the brldo was Mils
Houso, of Metropolis. Wo congratulate
tho judge, and with him long life and com
ploto hn pin ess. In thcao hard tlmoa, with
ucli a handsomo houio, more useful to
him than tlio clearing homo of Now
rk to tho merchants of that city ho
ought to bo happier than two bugs in ono
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Herman
Meyers, tho tobacco merchant of Ohio
levee, a gentleman highly rcspectod in
this community, ruabed suddenly out of
hia atoro room, ran to tho corner of .Sixth
street, and then down Sixth to Washing
ton avenuo. Ilia frlenda noticed that he
had a peculiar oxpreasion In hit eyo and
wore alarmed. Mr. tilocklluth attempted
to slop hit mad career, but in vain. Ho
ran Stockflolb down. At tho corner of
Sixth strcot Mr. Salford caught him by
tho coat, but did not suicccd in stopping
him. Tho coat camo olf and Mr. Movers
continued his flight. Attracted by tho
xcitement, all the peoplo on Ohio levee
and on Sixth strcot rushed after tho run-
ing tobaccolst, and Mclialo, with his
police force, belioving a dreadful tragedy
ad happened and that Meycra waa a
bloody handed assassin, started In pursuit.
At Antrim a corner, on Washington
avenue, Mclialo nnd the crowd came up
with Meyers. Mac laid his big hand on
the cigar man'a shoulder, nnd said. "You
aro my prisoner I" "What havo I
dono?'' cried Movers; ' "Iota mo co;"
and he attempted to break away
from tho chief, but In vain. Uy this
timo the crowd, not recognizing Meyers,
begun to cry: "Hang him." "My
Oodr ahoutd Meyers, "there is auroly
somo mistakel I havo dono nothing."
' What wero you running so rapidly for
if you are innocent ?" criod a voiee. "Tell
us that," screamed tbe crowd. I5y this
time Meyers had bscomo as pale ai doath.
Ho bo 'an to fear for his life. " Gentlc-
mon, ho cried, " I swear to you that I
havo dono nothing criminal. 1 waa run
ning, not became 1 nrn guilty of nny of-
fenie, but bcc.iuso I havo learned that n
fow moments aro I became tho lather of
fourteen pound boy. If got
ting n baby is a crime, I , nm
guilty; but who Is the man in Cairo
that dares to throw the first stone?" Tho
crowd wat abashed. It slunk awav, and
Meyers ruined to tho embraces of his in-
fantilo heavy weight. This baby constl
tutcs tho body of tho recelpta of ycitor
We have beon requested by sovoral
ladies who arc bidders at the board of the
gossippera' exchange, of Cairo, to quote
the Oontle Uerould below par, because he
is not hitched to his liking; but wo
won't. He has nn inalienable right to not
liko his wifo If ho don't want to, or to
turn Mormon if ho does want to. "Wo
don't care; but, by Jupiter, who we be
lieve had alto a little dlfllsulty .with Mrs.
Jupiter on account of another woman, If
Marillo wants The Ul'LLEti.v on credit sho
shall havo it, notwithstanding Uerould'
no credit advertisement I
Ono of tho visitors at tlio I'arl; fair
waa Jl. 11. bpencer, of 1 ulaswt county.
who has a first-class farm, lives liko a
lighting cock, boliovca In Grant, don't care
whether church keeps or not, nnd has a
pair of tbe most stubborn, hard to hold and
best mules In the atate. Sponcer was
formerly "tho man who laugh?." Ho was
at one timo a subscriber to Tde IIullk-
tin, but tho contents of tbo paper made
him laugh to long and loud every week
that ho broke nt loast a dozen blood ves
sola and alarmed nolgbborrt living a mllo
distant from Ills house. Ho was conse
quently compollod to discontinue The
lluLLETlK, nnd since that day ho has been
growing melancholy, and now, liko tho
king whoso priuco went down in the
barquo that hold him while the sweeping
waves rolled on, Sponcer will probably
novor smile again. Wo thoretoro quote
him depressed and drooping.
-Uerr Jorgcnson, l'rincof Donmark,
has becomo n misanthropist, and has re
quested ua to launch nt uniyersal human
ity an editorial onathama maranathn. Ho
s liko the produco market, considerably
dcproised, but is strictly fresh or high
mixod, and obtains tho top of tho markot.
To-day ho will lcavo tho city to inspect
commaridorlcs In tho northern part of the
atato, this noblo Dnno being Grand Senior
Warden of tho Knight Templars of Illi
nois, or words to that ell'ect.
A promlnont railroad otUcor
of this city 1ms boon making
froquont deposits In the bank during tho
past week, but tho financial uncertainty
now provailing and blackborry cordial has
roliovod him of tho necessity. He is now
keeping his deposits in his own safe. Ho
is a holder of provision?, and ia
kooping Ills property back, the market bo-
ing oxtromoly quiet, business being re
stricted to two or threo dnlly transactions.
-Jamoa II. l'hlllis imd V, M. lilako
havo gono to Philadelphia to represent
Cairo Commandory in tho coniecratlnn of
tbe now Masonic tomplo. Tboy aro
choico Masons nnd in good demand.
Mrs. Col. Winston is sick at tho farm,
dangerously alck, nnd tlio colonel has
boen alsoi-.t from tho city in nttendanco vt
Several notes fall duo nt tbo Atho
noum on Wednosdny night, Wo baro
no doubt that notwithstanding tho pre
vailing financial troubles they wjll ho
Tho programuio of tho proposed con
cert of tho Egyptian Choral aocloty ia
published elsewhere in thoso columns
The programme inforuiB us tljat Ed, Hint.
J4(i,vndurlu . IMtt?M,.nT thn nninl
that each of tholr hanrts ! the mourning
hoart, hut they nro mistaken. Tboy must
allow l'hll Howard to put In his oar. He
has tlio most mournful heart in Southern
Illinois. Daring tho past month ho has
been buying up all tlio tnoarofulncss he
could, expecting a demand for tho com
modity on tho approach of tho fovor, nnd
has a song tot to music so sad it would
make tbo song of tho swan, floating down
by herself to die, sound as joyful in com
parison as a wedding march. It Is enti
tled "Mlnols tho Mournful Heart;" nnd
now comes Hi nil ill' nnd Hewitt, proposing
to duct, claiming that tholrs Is tho mourn
ing heart. Aa Uiamarksaid to King Wil
liam! "Thia will novor do."
If Will Morris Is not Hans Hrclt
man, wo atu no judge of n Dutchman, nnd
we know wo aro. Wo havo had much to
do with Dutchmen in our timo, and havo
bsen suspected oursolf. They aro a com
modity wo liko, are vory salable, nnd nro
gooJ to tako, whether In tho solid or liquid
shapo. Thorcforo wo say wo know that
Will Morris, who is as musical as Hy-
slop's patriarchal box, Is Hans Ilroitman,
tho gentleman who will appear in tho
choral concort nt tho Athencum, on "Wed
nesday night next. His assistant, Jacob
Klnkle, allat L. G. Harris, of Mound City,
nlso musical, in fact a whole orchestra
himself will appear at tho tamo placo on
tho same occasion. Wo quoto Hurria at n
premium. With Harris Morris will mako
a lively ten party.
Wo havo truthfully aald In our general
reranrlci on tho condition of tho local
news markot, thnt rollglon In Cairo Is
looking up nnd that tho prospects of a
rushing business during tbo ftll nnd
winter wore oxcollont. Wo aro to glad.
Our heart is in tho causo up to tho neck.
Tho market to-day will olfer somo at
tractions of nn unuiual character, and
wo nsk attention of purchasers, to tho dla-
play. Neither timo nor expense will bo
(pared to attract attention and to plcaso
At tho Presbyterian church Rev. II
H. Tbayor, and experienced dealer In
merchandise of tho Lord, nnd In the
sparkling waters .if salvation, will 1 ly
before tho public this morning a splendid
damaik sermon, satin ilniili a suporior ar
ticle called " inward Conscious
ness Amounting to Full Asmraace."
Mr. Thayer, who Ills' gathered his Block
of truth nnd illustrations from Green
land's icy mountains, India's choral strand
nnd all tbo earth outsido of thoso coun
tries, proposes to dcllvor threo Sabbath
ovening discourses in succestlon upon
Christianity in tho Past, Present and Fu
turo. He will spread upon tho church
countor tbo first pieco of till stock of
To-day r.ov. Frod L. Thom'on will
nroach his last sermon as tho Methodist
pastor of Cairo, and administer tho eacra
menu In tho afternoon thoro will ho
big Sunday school concert, bossed by Mr,
Thomson. Thoro will be no eorvicce a
night. Wo shall part with Mr. Thomson
with regret. W o liko him, if ho Is
preacher. Ho is n good man, sociable nnd
kind hoartcd, and baa dono much good
work in this city. Ho can havo n letter of
ll'ittorlng recommendation from nil who
know him. W'o don't beliovo ho pro
fiiisca to be a big preachor, but ho can
poand a great doal of good aenso drawn
from n text Into nn ordinary congregation.
His forte ia tho Sunday school. Theio hn
is a dealor no porson can beat. Wo wish
him prosperity whorover his linoj may
There will bo Sunday school nt tho
church of the Uodcomor this morning nt
9 o'clock. It is important that nil tho
teachers and children should bo present.
Hen. M. Haoev, Secretary.
Tho Odd Fellows of this city havo in
definitely postponed tholr proposed cele
bration. Gossmuii, candldato for trensurcr, and
Davlton, candldato for clork, nro in tho
Tho poiico force of Cairo havo ro
rcsolved itself into n health force, nnd has
the eyes of lynx nnd tho nosa of tho
hound for discaso breeding dirt.
McIIulo'a horso Whistler, won a raco
at tho fair. Tho horso that run against
him flew tbo track, and Whistler got in
gloriously victorious. "Whistler is as fast
as n young man oduratcd at Mound City.
-Tho Cobb, Illnisdel & Co. vs. tho 1111-
nois Central railroad company caso Is up
in tho circuit court, with Llnvgnr'nnd
somo othor Inwyor for tho plaintill', nnd
Williams, nnd Green, nnd Gilbert for tho
defendant. This caso ia tho wounded
annkocaso of our court. It drawa Its
alow length along. Hut to tho lawyors It
Is linked swctr.csa long drawn out.
At Columbui, Kentucky, on last Fr!
ilny evenings a woman nnd two children
wore drowned whilo attempting to board
tho stoamor Illinois for tho purposo of
coming to this city, Tho women camo to
Columbus by tho Mobilo nnd Ohio rail
road, and leaving tho train alio went di
rect to tho wharf-boast. When alio nt
tomptod to pnsa on to the beat elm walked
on" tho atngo plnuk into thu river, und
drow into tho water with her hor two
clrildron, whom she was leading, iiuforo
asslstanco'could reach them tlioy wero nil
Tho oonsorvatry of mtitio will be
opon on Monday September 'JOtb, when
business will con, inuons usual. Old pu
pils will plaso remomber thu day nnd hour
of their lessons provlousto tho closing of
tho conservatory. Applications will ho
roceivod on nny dny nfter tho ti'Jtli.
Private-instructions glon nt the rati)
of from $10 to IG; In daises of from f3
Satisfaction guaranteed In tuning nnd
roparing pianos nnd organs nt reasonable
Classes in singing will bo organized
about tho lCth of Octobor. If you want
n good and thorough musical education,
go to tho conservatory of music.
Lai;qet lino of tloi nnd ruchiiiga In
lmnllv at Ktnnrt A- fllmljnn'n 1'
Makuieo In this city, Hoptombor 27
by H3VH. I). Thayer, Mr. Harrison
Ralston and Mlu Mary Terrell, all of
WATitni'Roora In nil tho now colors nt
Stuart & Oholion's. 'j-28 2t
Fob has nnd steam fitting go to Ken.
nlo's Vulcan Iron wo'tka, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth alrcnt. fi-10-tf
Kkst line of hosiery and gloves In tho
Ity, at Stuart ie Oholion'i. U-28 'Jt
Fo'n Sale Ciis.vi'. Ono apan good,
young mules, also a double wagon. Will
ell them togotheror separately. Enquire
of II u.tn, Loo.MHs & Co.,
No. 01 Ohio Loveo
In great varioty, nt
Stuart & Oholson's. (VJ8 2t .
Wa.nteh A number ono machinist.
Apply nt drcssmakor'a, ono door south of
Miss Mary Lang's millinery storo, Eighth
trctt. 0.'J8 3t
Gas and Steatnfltling on short notice,
llross' lllock. 0-28U.
Mu. Wm. Ehleiis Is anxious to Inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that ij(of.t hU cioi fitting
in galtcrt, lino boots nnd allocs. In fact
nil his work is dono in his own chop.
Dr. W. It. Smith bns removed hia of
fice to the second story of Louis Herbert's
new brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington nnd Commercial nvo
nuos, where ho haa tnoro comfortnblo and
commodious quarters. 8-lO-tf
Go to il. V. lllnko'a for everything In
tho Stcnm and Ontflttlng line. 0-'J8tf.
P. Fitzgorald nt his rooms, corner
Fourteenth strcot nnd Commercial uvo-
nuc, offers for salo Guinness' Porter &
Duis' ules and pure Honnessy brandy,
and tho genuino Asgosturo blttera, nil
flrat-clata cholera curca. Try them
JUsT received at Ehlor't, Twentieth
atreet, between "Wnahlngton avonuo and
Poplar stroet, tho finest Froncb calf, pat'
cnt leather and Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A porfect fit and satisfaction as
sured. Any portions In ncedof boots and
shoos should call on Ehlor's, exatnino hi
stock of leathers and lcavo their orders.
Chandelier-, Hrackots, Pendant;',
Globes, etc, for salo at prices that cannot
bo bent, by II. V. Iflako, llross' Hlocl:
Gf.ouoe Latt.vek's Lunch. At Geo,
Lattner'a Excelsior aaloon, come
of Wuahincton nvonuo nnd Pour
ecnth atrcet, is tho placo to gc
a lino lunch. Everything is served
up In good rtyle, nnd Goorgo himself pre
aides to ceo that all aro wailed upon
A New E.stei'.i'uis;:. Dr. 15. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks botweon Cuiro
nnd tho terminus of the Cairo, Arknnscs
& I'cxas rnllrond, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 4 o'clock, p. in., making closu con
nection with tbo trains on that road.
Ordora for pneengers or bnggngo should
be left at Field's stable, cu 10th street.
Wanted. A buy or mnn wiih tomo
experience, nt tho City Shou Store. 0-'JC3t
Tho barber shop h on tho cornor of
Eighth atreet and Commercial avonuo
whoro J..Georgo Stienhouso with hie gen
tlomonly asalatnnts can bo found nt any
hour of tho day or night, ready to aootho
your feelings with a smooth ehavo, or cool
your temper and head with n good ahnm
poo. It is n tlrst-class shop, nnd you nro
auro of receiving first -elm a treatment.
Ladies' and children hair cut or curkd
after the moat approved styloa. 8-lC-tf
Leather and velvet bolts, most com
ploto lino over offered in tho city, and nt
tbo lowest prices at Stuart A: Gholson's.
Stuakt it Giioi.iyj.v oxtond a cordial
Invitation to all to como and inspect their
Fall ttock. Tlioy take ploasuro in exhib
iting their goods, whether you dosiro to
buy or not. 0-28 2t
Dr. Lavnrly, horaooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Shawnootown, has located In
this city nnd intends making It his home
Tho doctor cornea to Cairo well rocom.
mendod, and rofera to the ollico ra of tho
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom ho is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for yenra. Ho
solicits a fair tharo of tho patronage of
ourcitizons. OlTlco 110 Commercial nvo
nuo. 7 '20-tf
We need not remark that tho oyster is
n good thing to havo In the houso ; every
body knows that ; but it may bo necessary
to eny thnt tho best oysters in the city
may bo found nt tho oyster snloon of
Amandus Jaockcl. Ho haa fitted up
rooms In lino stylo, und haa made arrange
monta by which ho will bo able to obtain
dnlly supplies of fresh oysters, which bo
is prepnrcd to dish up to customer in nny
manner, ('all upon Jaeckol nnd try his
Phil, H. Sadi-'s
Ladies' Oyster Saloon
has boen thoroughly re-fitted,
and ho la now prepared to uccommodato
tbo public with oysters served in nil styles,
nnd meula at all hours. Oysters for salo
by tbo can or half can at tho lowest prices,
rocolvcd dally from Ilaltluiort'. Ho has
also procitrod tho services of an expert
confectioner, and will manufacture nil
kinds of stick candy, tally, French ni.d
common kisses, nud in fact nil kinds ot
swootments, Call at his confectionery and
restaurant, No, 102 Commercial nvonuo,
botweon Sixth nnd Seventh strortt. '.l-'Jltf
for mlo by
Mathuss ii Uul
in tlvo bbl lots nt tho
low price ot
BIXTKKN CIS l'KR GALLON',
1 hereby forbid all persons from harbor
iny or tiuslinir my wife, Marilla Oorould,
on my account, as I shall pay no bills of
hor contracting on nnd after thia dato.
II. T. Geuould.
fUjim .Nniilnml.nr "7. 17D O.S
KID GLOVES I .KID OLOVE3M
Stuart iSc Gholson aro now offering a
full lino of one and two button kids In
nil tho new shades, wnrrnnted not to rip
or toar, or monoy refunded, at tho low
prlco of $1 nnd $1 25 pJr pair 0-28 2t
Tho gonoral lists of delinquent aldownlk
tnxca having been placed In my hands,
tax payers nro notified that if tho taxos
aro paid by tho 1st proximo tboy may Is
paid In city sarlp, otherwise, tboy must bo
paid In c.ish together with the costa.
Alex. H. Irvin,
dtd County Collector.
CHANGE OF TIME ON THE OAIUO
AN D V INOENNES KAILKOAD.
Mound City train leavoa Cairo atlli.10
in., and 0 p. m. Arrives at Cairo at 2 p.
m., nnd C p. m. Sunday train leavca
Cairo at ft i. m., nnd 0 p.m. Arrives at
Cairo a. 10 n. m., nnd C p, m.
Two llattcrloa of two Hollers, each 24
feet long, '2 Inch Drnm, 2 14 Inch Fluca
with llro fronts. Mud nnd Steam druu. ,
Safety and Mud vnlves, Chimney nn.
Ilrltcbln, nil completo nnd In firat-claaa
ordorf; been usod only threo monthi. For
prlco, etc., inqulro of J. T. Hennik,
U-23-lf. Vulcnn Iron Works.
DISSOLUTION OF CO PAHTNEH-
The firm heretofore existing under tho
name of Saup it Clarkson, havo this dny
dissolved by mutual cbmont Mr. Clark
son retiring from tho business.
Phil II. Saui-,
I will continue tho confectionery busi
ness at tho old stand, nnd pay nil debts
contracted by the firm prior to Sept. 23,
and collect all outstanding debts. Thank
ing tho public for pait pntronagB, I hope
for acontlnuanco of tamo.
Phil U. Saup.
Cairo, Soptcmbo 25, 1873. J-25 3t
No dyspepsia or stomach trouble will
aiisofrom eating nrticlos prepared with
Dr. Price's Cream linking Powder. It
makes tlio lightest, whitest biscuit, cakci,
etc ,of nny other preparation in the market.
Dr. Prico'a special flivorlngs,of Vanll'a,
Lemon, etc., are strong, pure and havo tho
trua rich fin vor of the fruits. Alk for Dr
l'rlco'a Special Flavoring, and Dr. Prico'a
Cream Uaking Power. U-24
Pi.ouk sample boxes ot nil alzoa kopt
conatnutly on hand or iimdo to ordor on
abort notice, nt The Bulletin bindery.
0-21 2w J. C. Uuki.8, Proprietor.
FIRST GRAND CONCERT
EGYPTIAN CHORAL SOCIETY
ai i in:
Wkii.mmkav 1Sveni.no, Oct. 1, li73.
Valsa llrillUnl. "l'lano," - - Delaux.
Mils L. (i. U.kltllH.
;ipy Countex, Duct, In cuitoin, Operatic.
)oitf CAurnit, V.. II. iir.wirr.
Avourneen, Pong, - - Couch.
I.. ... 11AURIS.
"Mine la the Mournlni Hearth." - I'oilar
En. lii.Nrut-T, 1.. H. Iir.wirr.
ily Disant Home, Solo, - -
Jins. W. r. ll.ki.r.niAY.
" I lie Scctet Dial u MUting," - Hanks,
(Son and Chorus,)
Mol.ltl.-f, Hl'.WlTT, UlNTI.IFI', llAUUIS.
lit. Rock of Asei, 'iuartette, - - V.mtn.
Mu.-. (Iooi.ok, .Miss CtnTeu, Mu.
iluwirr, Jin. HiNTMrr.
W. II. .Mown.
Screnudc lo Ida, Solo, - - Wcinand.
Mi?s Uoua Caiitkii.
Sons! of the Iloaiitiful, Quartette, llmdLury
IXmlc Lecture on (.'heap Muilc, Hjr Hans llrelt.
man, AsiUtant Jacob Kinklc.
B. F. ARKE 11,
(Biiccesior to Parker & lil.iko,)
PAINTS AND OILS
WALT j PAt'KU,
Aail the evlcbratou illumlrmtin
tlHOBrt'LOlLDINf 00 B ilTn ST. COM
I I.I.I HOIP.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor,
'Ohio Lovec, bet, 4th anil Oth streoU,
MKALS AT ALL HOUlta.
A tlt o now Dlntnt! Hall wlth ovory con
feuleiK u has been added to this popular
Itcstaui ant, and tho iruceta will tlml every
etUllt o tor their accomodation,
TILE HILL OK V AUK
:onslst! ot every aubstantlal and Uollcitcy ol
Uie scan in,
is suppllod with the
3H0ICEiiT LldUORSiWlNES & CIGARS
SarMlxqd drinks prejianul with care.
JOl'lilN &. WEBB,
COUNTHY FKODUOK, GRAIN,
rionr, 9titl, Baron, Etc.
No. 0 Howard's flow,
tSTLIbcrnl ndvanccs on conaiglinmeuU
Pirtlca wNliing to keep posted 'with our
market will please fend adilresa.
UK KKItKNCES Hanks and business men
Of Memphis, Tennessee
llct. Commercial and Washington atchucs,
Mns. T, F. OafI'ney, Proprletreit,
This houso haa recently undergone thor
oiitli rcpilrs, nnd la now In tirat-cl.is con
il.'.lon for the accommodation of tho travel
i 'if public. Iloaidcra accommodated on rea-
table terma. A aharc of patrongo laiollu
liu!. 0-23 tf
GRANDEST SCHEME EVER KNOWNil
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
FOR THE IlENKriT OF TltE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
12,000 CASH GIFTS $1,500,000.
EVEKY FIFTH TICKET DHAWS AGIFT
923o,ooo ron $oo
The Fourth Grand (lift Concert author
ized bv apeclal act of tho Legislature for the
benctlt ol the Public Library ol Kentucky,
will tako place In the Public Library II a 11
at Louiiwllc, Ky . ,
WKDNKSDAY, DKCEMHER 3. 1878,
Only Sixty thousand tickets will bo (old,
and one-half of these are Intended for the
Luropcan market, thus leaving only 80,000
for salo In the 1'nltcd States, where 100,000
were dlpoed of for tho Third Concort.
The ticket are divided Into ten coupons or
part., and havo nn their buck the htcherae,
wuti a nm explanation oi ine moae oi draw
ing. At this concert, which will bo tho grand
est mu-lcal dlaplay aver wltncased In this
country, tho unprecedented sum ol
diWdcd Into 12,000 rash gins will bo distrib
uted by lot among tho ticket-holders. The
numbers of thu tlnkeU to be drawn lrom
uito wheel by blind children, and tho gilts
I rem aiiotiicr.
LIST OF GIFTS.
()no Grand Cash Gift
qIio Grand Caali Gift
olio Grand Cash Gift .,
Xno Grand Cash Gift
tlne Grand Cash Gift
10 Cash Gift $10,000 each ....
I'.O Caah Gltta r,000 each ....
M) Cash Gin 1.000 each....
SO Cash Gltta r.00 eaeli ....
100 Caah GlfU 400 each....
IN) Cash (lilts HOOeaeli ....
Cash Gifts 'JOO each . . . .
;)-r Caah Gllta 100 each ....
1,000 Cali Gift W each
Total, 12.OT0 (lilts, All Cash,
amniintitu; to l,MK),000
Tho diatribution will bo positive whether
all the tickets aro sold or not, und the 12,000
gifts nil paid In proportion to the tickets sold
all unsold ttcketabolng destroyed aa at the
First and Second Concerts and not repre
acutcd In the drawing.
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Wholo ticket, fWl.OO; Halves, 25,00;
Tcnlim, or each coupon $5.00; Eleven
Wholo Tickotn for $WO.OO; 2,1, Ticket for
$1,000.00; 1111 Whole Tickets lor 0,000.00 ;
227 Wholo Tickets for ?10,000.00. So dis
count on leas than &00.00 worth ol Tickets
to a time.
Tho unparalleled sueicsa of tho Third
Gilt Concert as well as tbe satis
faction clvon by tho First and
.Second makes It only ncceasary to announco
the Fourth to Insure tho prompt sale of ev
ery ticket. Tho Fourth Gift Concert will
bo conducted In all Its details liko the Third,
and full particulars may bo learned lrom
circulars which will bu ent free from this
illleo to all who apply for them.
Tickets now reaily for sale and all orders
.ccompanlrd by tho money promptly tilled,
i Ibcral terms given to thoso who buy to toll
.itralti. T1IOS. K. 1IHAMLKTTK,
Aifcn l'libllc Library Kentucky and Mana-
mm mw mm
Illarrhtra, Drarutrrr, Cholrra Marbna, Sauaa
ner Comululut, Flux, Chllilrtn'a Telh
lug, and the Orent frrTcntlT af
or rraif Tronrt-t 10 in pow, ir ta awwimaa
vbiVbll Ii8ln4kl. h? Incur poiMiiUi tcaUoBlAU
furaiilUKl toloniwIlF tr Col. Unj, 111 Clf TtpoifJpWl
KnloKT Durrta t M iHIdio i Ota. Flu titan Wurii,
Htm. fletuowo bJ thit of Ui nbyj ruttr F. J
tuamti, ihelbrit4 lDJia mliitoBtryi offlstrt f ik
brr, mtfoom, hiltl sttwftr ! cwo.n4ri Drotarly y
Uftmtr pliioioo ih Mlitnin( and trtbutaiT rtra, Wmi
tn Hnliauyn4 ChriiUa Cvuailltii, arm; cbaplaua and
eibtrt mo Qumrrous to rnvntlaa. LUiwWa btbitagntwma
otttn ri, fraliloc lit raiuablt avJIcalqiaaiiUft la ifta blA
nurmtt No oibfr roediclut bi ui.h rtoo a n&da wa
ciu aUg for to bit KitMlWDtry, Hi Grata Brown. ai-Goraraar
of MUtourl i an J Hod. Joiib brown. Mayer of ibaittj af Si
Louis, dJ maor sihr Hiaui ffietVi, for hleb ibara U bo
La la i hi aJTtrUMDctit. Aaiftta Uekaiaaa Kabblu.
Nj. vl and wi KuIwq n., h'w utl, bull by dntuUU m4
J. A 0. ilAnciiiE, Bole rroprletort.
9, W. corPH- ofOUTu ana titconU iti., tit. loui,
Alo. rrlce. 75 rfnli per bolllc.
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k isriLtiBLK srsnirio for DIH4M. t ta uut.
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ftmtlt laftn,tmDU. H MnUl&l B4 Mbatlo Iftltl U4 U
lb TCfcltbl lubitllutt Sir CftlolMl.
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jm toa kialtar ppwiic D7 u nwiiiii.
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rtiuitUaa ul oolot ul mwiM U l"l S,,'J';,
rfcouri Id bolMJDu MllDCtUi. wa. J"viJ
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