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LOCAL WEATHER llEPOUT.
OUSBKVKK'B Ol'FICK, OaIISO, III.,
September 10:11 Ji.ln,, b':t.
llaruinctiir, 30.08 deirrcei.
Thetmomctcr, 04 degree.
Wind south. Velocity 4 tulle !
.Maximum temperature fur lait !M hour
Minimum temperature lor the lnt 21 hours,
Prevailing wind for lift III hour-, for.ih
'lotal number of mile tratcled ly win
during Unt'JI hour, 113.
Observer Signal Service, U. S. A
John Q. Ilsnnan. Chas. Thrupp
JOHN Q. IJARMAN & CO.,
And Lend Agent of the I llnol Central
and tiurllngton aud Missouri lUllroad com.
Mortis Cor. olfllU II. nnil Ohio Lotre
Oder lor (ale at low llgure ami eaty tertai
uiv luuun iuk real emato :
So. 1 & lata In thu "Jllik't; Mock" run
ulng through thu block trom Klltcei.th to
Mxieemu alreets, ln:it residence limpert
In thu city. Lot .1 and I b 4.', city, Waili
I iix-ton avenue. between '1 Mrtfi.nth uml
Fourteenth streets, wot side xuoil two-
iiorj Dwelling uoue on cui-li lot. Lots ,i
and II, adjoln'n the last before named.
l-t It, b :U, city, on Sixth street, Miiith
Ide, between Coiimierrlal and Vahln;;toti
No 'i Lots 7 and 8, b ."W. corner ot Four
tcenlb anil l'oplar elreets, (rout on l'oplar
street. Wot side, opposite pt-ullicc block.
Sofi Splendid biulnehi building, rusl
denco in kucoixJ nlory, II rooms ball and
trout and rear stairway, watcron both floors,
in number ono condition: tltuated on north
west corner ot Commercial avinUti and
Twelllh street. A great bargain If sold
So 4 Lot 4, b 2J. Commcrcl.il avenue,
between Fourth and Filth street. Lot ill,
b 21, on Waihington avenue, between Filth
and ft I x Hi streets.
So o-sllx loU lu b 20, let ail. High
ground. $4j0euch on eay pjymctiti.
So ii Lots 1 and 2, lu b o north corner ol
Tenth and Lcco ntreeU. Hcit butlne loca
tion In the city term easy. Lot'.!l, 'J'J and
llln b 10, 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth
and l'oplar streets. Al-o thn-e lots in court
houiu block, fronting ou l'oplar street.
No 7 Lots IS ana, 111, b 7l outh aide ol
Twenty-first street, opposite "Convent
Mock" ery desirable tor residence put
po !, cheap.
NB Ten ol the choicest lou, in block
f7, 1st addition, abou crude, beautiful i evi
dence location, will be sold at a great bar
yam. We call particular attention to this
property as It will be oid ery low.
No 9 That elegant resilience on Seventh
itrcet, owned by Capt. Kurd, lrontln 7.)
feet on sMenth street, and running back
1W0 feet to .Sixth. This property Is well
known to tbo citizens of Cairo ami vicinity as
one ot the most complete and convenient
relletices In the city. It has all the con
veniences appertaining to a tlrpt-class home.
Tin; gronml are highly euihcKtthcd with
ixlect shrubbery and trult In abiiudancu ;
tarrUgn house, -table and outbuildings Hot.
class, Owlnirto the removal ol Cant. Ilurd
this property will bo sold at u great bargain.
oneay turms. Alio two lou on cornerThlrd
street and MI.MMipl levee. Thu Lctce
building, formerly oerntilcd by Cant. Hunt.
In u.l, Ohio luvec, "sprlnglleld lllock," lor
No 15 An elegant residence with four lots
In u 07, city lor sale very cheap il Mld
s-)On. High ground, and premlsei In a No,
No 11 A No. I cottage on Fourth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
itruet. Also two lota running from Fourth
to Filth streets very desirable property.
No Vi New two-story dwcl lug In prime
order, on Loctit street, highest ground In
the city, two lots. Price 91 200.
No 13 An elegant residence with about
Ihrceacresof ground, covered with all kinds
of select Irult and shrubbery, in iauta Fe
for Bala cheap.
A PI NX CtlAXCK FOll INVESTMENT.
Wti have tor sale orlcao vacant and lm
)rovcd property In all portions of the
illy. Also oter 25,000 acres of unimproved
unds In Alexander and Pulaski counties, nt
txtretnely low rtgures, and In tracts to suit
lurchascrs. Wo are agents tor tho Illinois
.'entril railroad lands In this and 1'iiluoki
tountles lUliroad lands not sold prior to
November next will pas Into other hands.
ow Is tlio time to purchaso.
KUtOltAMTS TO THE Ottf. IT WKT.
We aro the agents of tho llurllngion and
ill.sourl Kailroad compiny, who oiler for
ale In Iowa and Nebra-ka millions of acres
of the best land on the continent, on ten
years credit. 0 per cent, interest. Maps,
Uiauiphliits, circulars and all necessary Inlor
mattou relative to those lands and how te
reach tnem furnished upon application.
Call at once and examine for Vourslves. A li
nk to JOHN O. 11AKMAN A CO.,
i Cor. Sixth and Levee sts., Cairo, Ills,
Jure 7. 1873.
II YLAND &. SAUEH,
AXU PKALinn IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVEKY l)KSCllT10N,
Corner loth street nnd Commercial nvcutt
next door to the Uyland aaloon,
11-lBtf. OAIUO, ILLS.
JACOB WALT EH,
AND DEALER IN
ntn Stbxht, Dxtwhm Washiwotok
IlolBlaX BlUsaboBM aari llnuny
n Ihc DAI! or ueel, rora, muiioc ai.
t, 5susko, eto sod ara prepared 10 ssrTe
ns In In moat aoeepiania mssnor,
(Successor to Jamci Kynaston,)
VnHX AKU DlALKB IV AIL KlVVt OF
tlNKB KlNXTXNTH AND POM.AB STi.,
and ilaughtori only the heat cattle,
tnd theop, and la prepared to fill any
id for rrotamoau trom one pouna io
JAMES KYN ASTON,
AHI DXALKR IN
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS.
KOH COUNTY OLEKK.
.V nro authorized to announce that
Jacoii O. Lr.vcit will be a candidate for
Kditoh liiM.l.r.TIN Please announce
tny imiin as n candidiilo for the office of
county clerk. Jou.v C. Cnowi.t-.y
Wo are atilbori.ijd to unnouncu Johsi'H
T. Davison ns a mndldate for the ollico
of county chirk, at thu eniulng November
eliiotlon, (ubject to the dociuion of the
votors of Alexander county. 1
.'OK COUNTY THEASl' KKK.
(; tiro au thoriol to announce John 11
(johsm.iv a candidate for tho otfi-'o of
Kditoh or Tux 1Ium,ktin You will
ploitse Htinouuco my name as thu pcople'i
candidate lor county tromuror, nt tho uti
suing November election. Intending and
desirinp; to servo tho people, 1 hope to bo
elected by tho people.
O-30KI WILLIAM JUMI.V,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
this method of iiifonninir the
)iiblic that ho still
iiuid $25,000 worth of drv
goods, etc., for which he oilers
o accept certified checks on
ither the City National, or
'irst National banks of this
l'GLtcK couttT wh dull vetterdav.
Tub Ohio river fell ono Inch ycjterday.
-M k. J A?. H. .Mounts and ihiully, of I'llln
ro in the city.
lienton at the Atheneum October 17
to 'J? inclusive lubjocts of the Iccturci
ill bt announced in duo time. 10-1-Zt
Cikcuit col-kt ii still grinding "hy
the Cobb, lilnisdel lV: Co. vs. the Illinois
Central railroad caie. It will probablr
last a day or two longer.
Fifty points ol superiority over all oth.
era. The Light Hunning Domestic Sew.
ing Machine. Agency at Ilannon's lloolc-
store. Ladies aro especially invited to call
nd examine It and get term. 10-1-Ct
The papers have yiven Cairo n lad cato
of yellow fuvor, tut our-peoplo do not ap
pear to be much nlarmed. They are ctlm,
and it' as cireful ai Inditferent, will soon
stamp out the f.jtrful disease. A while
frost is devoutly to bo wished for.
A man named Hugh Doyle was l;uoc!
down by two colored men on Fourth street
night before last, and robbed of it valu
able gold watch. Some pooplo lay that
tho robbxd man was Hugh Doyle, of An
na, while others say it wai (lugh Doyle,
of .St. Louii, but il don't matter much
whore Doris wai from. He wj robbed,
Wk understand that tume un.uown
porion or perions rocontly entered the
residence of Mr. Jas. S. Morris at Ullim
and itolo from a trunk belonging to un
employe of Mr. Morris', a valuable gold
watch and a quantity of clothing, In all
valued at several hundrod dollar. Other
robberies have been perpetrated In that
neighborhood, but no clue to the thieves
has been ascertained,
Tho bnrber thop it on tho cornar of
High tit struct nnd Commercial nvonuc
whore J. Ooorgo .Stieuhoiio with hit gen
tlemenly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. Il is a flrst-class shop, and you aro
sura of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladios' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved etyles. 8-lo-tf
Lost.- -On Tuesday , September 30tb, a
Ninoty Days Noto or Acceptance, fur two
hundred and fifty dollars, dated Septem
ber 30lb, 1873, and payable to tho order
of C. J. Hawkins. All persons are for
bidden to ncgotiuto said accoptauce, at
piyment lm? been stopped. The dndor
will please leave It at Parsons, Davis &
Co.'i Qucen.waro Stoio, on Tonth street.
3t FETICH BUKQESS.
Wk nood not romark that the oyster is
a good thing to have in the house,; every
body knows that ; but it may bo necessary
to say that the best oysters in tho city
may be found at tbo oyster saloon of
Amandus Jnuckol. II u has fitted up
rooms in fino style, and has made arrange
monts by which ho will he ablo to obtain
daily supplies of frosb oysters, which he
Is proparcd to dish up to customors in any
manner. t,ll uponJaeckol and try his
Tut; followirg wero rugistorod at tho St.
Charles Hotol yesterday; J W Hyani
Calumet, Illinois ; J Flshor. Chicago; O
J Willis, St. Louis; M Tilts, K D KirK-
Patrick, Frankfort, Illinois ; O W French,
KvansviUo; Jas J Coyle, St. Louis;
Frank M Duck, St. Louis ; Jai S Morris,
wife and son, Ullin ; T K Upshaw, Mis-
sliilppi Central railroad ; D Nowton, Ja
cob Cayton, Falrflold, Illinois; M H
Gardner, International Circus; U W
Blair, Now York; Capt David Ilinor,
Mound City, Illlnoii.
The concert by tbo Mound City society
which was to have taken place at tbo Atbe
neutn on Wedueiday evening, bat been
postponed, owing to the eicknes of one,
and tbo abioncn of another of
the society. Due notice, will
be given of tho lime it comet
off. We hope our citizens will glvo them
Ycstorday morning llttlo John McAllis
ter, a colored boy ied about 7 yoari, with
orotners, viilted William Fountain, an
o. her colored boy about 10 years of ago,
to play with him. While ther were en-
gaged in some game thoy espied a flock of
partrigei near the slaughter bouso outside
ot lD0 Mljslnlppl
eveo, and William ro-
membcrcd that his father had a revolver
with which partrigei might bo shot, Ho
told his companions to wait until ho got
it, and that they would have some fun.
Having procured the pistol tho young
hunters started in search of tho blrdi, but
did not find them. Whllo they were
wilklng together William pointed the
pistol at John when John's brother told
him to put It tip that it might go off. Wil
liam let the muzzle drop, saying that tbo
lube had only a little powder on it,
nndajmost Itn mediately nftcr pointed It at
John again and pulled the triggor. Tho
pistol was discharged, and the bullet en
tered John's right breast a little below the
ulppto. John rati a ehmt dlttanco nnd fell
In thu afternoon Judgo liro-s summon
ed a Jury and held un inquest on the body.
After hearing tho evidence thu Jury re
turned n vordict that the deceased came
o his death by a pistol bullat from ants-
tol discharged by William Fountnin with-
out tho Intotitiuti to kill. One ot Wil
liam', brothers says that when be met
William after tho shooting, William said
to him : " Johnny MsAlllstcr told ine bu
didn't want to livo any longer nnd I shot
him, bui the dead toy's brother who was
prciont and siw Ibo trHgoJy says nothing
of tho kind was mi 1.
STAT1SM KNT OF KKCUll'TS AND
KXI'KNDITUHKS OF TI1K
Cash received from sub
scription list 107 li
Cash received (rum Fair,
ill source '214 70
Total cash receipts ....
Cash paid out for improve
ments or I'arK, as per
statement Auir. 7tb, '73 Ai'2'J b9
Cash paid out fur expenses
oi rair ii u'j
Total cash pnid out....
Leaving bal. unpaid..
Amouut subscribed and
not paid 47 03
Yet due from Fair 10 76
i 57 75
Ami. ye, due com i ltd 10
Il is hopiwl ibe amount of i'ji 10,
which illll remains due and unpaid, will
be remitted to the committeo at once.
There will appear discrepancies in our
statement of to-day and of August 7th
1873, which is uxplaineJJJby this being a
staluiiioat of actual cntb received and (mid
out; while the statement ot' August 7th
was of amounts subscribed and expended
To the liberality of the persons who
pild their entrance fees and donated the
premiums to the Park nro we indebted for
theiuccoti of thu late meeting.
W. W. TnoitNTiix,
There will bo a meeting of the Nemo
baso ball club this evening at the Delta
Social club rooms, A full attendance of
members Is requested.
liy order of the Pkksmknt.
I take this opportunity to inform tho
citi.ons of Cairo and surrounding country,'
that I will resumo my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about tbejlst of December.
y-30-tf. P. L. Williams, Dentist.
CHANGE OK TIME ON THE CAIRO
AND VINCENNES RAILROAD.
Mound City train leaves Cairo at 11:30
a.m., and fi p. in. Arrives at Cairo at 2 p.
m., and C p. in, Sunday train leaves
Cairo at i i. m., and B p. in, Arrives at
Cairo a. 10 a. m., and 0 p, m.
The ferry boat Throo States will, uutil
further notice, mako two trips ou Sunday
Leaving Cairo at 0 a.m. and 4 p.m. Leav
ing Missouri at 9; HO a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Loaving Kentucky at 10 a.m. audG p.tn,
Caiuo Citv Fekky Company.
Caibo, September 17, 1870,
FOR SALE. "
Two liatteries of two Rollers, each '21
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 11 Inch Flues
with tiro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud vnlvos, Chimney and
Dritchln, ail complete and in first-class
order; been used only throe months. For
price, etc., Inquire of J. T. Rknnib,
U-23-tf, Vulcon Iron Works,
No dyspepsia or stomach trouble will
aiiso from eating articles prepared with
Dr. Price's Uream Baking Powdor. It
makes thu ligMest, whitest biscuit, cakos,
etc.,of any other preparation in the market.
Dr. Prico's special flivorings.of Vanilla,
Lemon, etc, are strong, pure and liavotbe
true rich fla vor of the fruits. Ark for Dr
Prico's Special Flavorings, and Dr. Price'
Croam llaking Powor. 0-'24
I. C. R. R , Aoknt'h Orrice, l
CsiB", III, Sept. 30, 1873.
To persona wishing to attend the St
Louis fair to bo held tt St. Louis from
October 0th to Octohor 1 lib, wo will sell
excursion tickots to East St. Louis and ro
turn atfG CO. Sato of tickets will com
niunco October 4tb, and bo dlicontlned
October 10th. Ticket good until Octo
ber 16th, inclusive, Tickots will ba Issued
to parties going with stock or articles for
DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1873
I'i'icx Current Oi i ice, )
Mo.Miay, September 29, 1873.
(1 E.N K HA I. REM Alt KM.
The market Is at a standstill, Wu havo
no transactions to report. Prices on lead
ing articles are fully sustained, holders
refusing to mako concessions, believing
that the worst stage of financial difficulty
It ovor and that within a week or two at
farthest business will resume its wonted
activity. Dealers are unwilling to force
sales, in fact would, In some caios, rather
hold tho stocks on hand than tend
thorn out during tho proiont unsettled con
dition of finances all ovor the country.
Our commlsilon merchants wo Leflevo,
have unanimously decided to make no ad
vances on consignment!, nor honor drafts
on shorter timo than thirty days. Ship
pirs will undoubtedly understand the
neceislty and recognize tho wisdom of
this course taken a it is, for toe benefit of
All parlies, and will give to it an earnest
and hearty support. Our banks tojdny
noting under tho advice of the buitness
uen of tho city, have, aJontlnc tho tilan
of tho banks of other ritio, impended cur-
rsney payments and now use only certi
fied checks as a circulating medium.
At n meeting to-day on CIimieu' at
tended by all of our p'lnclpnl business
men the following rciolutions were unan.
Imously adopted. Wo give them In full
that corresponden's may hotter under-
stand tho situation.
Resolved. That owim- i il i
derangement of financial mailers throm-h-out
the country, uo deem it fur the bt
luie.-esi oi our business community, and
rtquou that, for the present, the bnk nf
our city iupnd currency payment, and
adopt the Us,i of certlflm! oWL-i . . i..
culaling medium in lieu of currency.
jtrcuivuu, mat inn innrctianis and bust.
noss men of this city have full conlUence
in Iho solvency of the banks of this city,
ou luivgruy am character ol tbo man
aging officers thereof.
Resolved, That wo hereby request that
the banks extend to our iimrehknti uml
bu-lnrjs men nil Miistanco that they pos-
Jtesolved, That we, tho merchants and
business men of Cairo, agree to receivo In
a!l busine.M transactions tho cortlflod
checks of any ol the banks In this city.
FLOUR Inactive. Transactions light.
A good trade is anticipated when business
opens again, and it is thought large stocks
will be wanted. S.ilei, COO bbls 55 to i,
CORN Nominal. Nothing doing.
Prices hold firm. Mixed 6'253c; white
64c. Saltv '2 cars mixod .j353o sacked
HAY Oilot. Prices are nominal at
$10 to 17. Very Utile coming and not
OATS No demand. Prices are quo
ted to-day at 37(Tj;3Se. Forcud snhi havo
been made at low us 3Cc.
CORN MEAL Holdora are firm nt pre
vious quotations, htocks light.
MUTTER Choice- is wanted for the' lo
cal trade, himI wuuM find reidv nlo at
EGGS Fiir dimund for home sun
sumption. .-'lling to-day at 18o. Salci,
7 boxes and oOO dozen nt IS to 20o.
CHICKENS rho market Is overstock
ed and dull. Choice young chickens wore
selling to-day at 42 50 and old 53.
ONIONS Aro in gcod domaLd and
scarce. We note sales of a few bid at
POTATOES -Fair demand nnd none
HIDES Orocn salted per lb 6(j0o; dry
flint 18c; dry salted Mr; dry calf ikins 20c;
green do l'Jc; dry sheep pelts 60o to $1 2C;
green do 26c to $1.
IJEESWAX-28c per lb.
FEATHERS S. O. per lb G5c.
TEAS Imperial, 76c(iil 25: dun.
powder, 75c(a,,?l 25; Oolong black, 75e
jl; Young Hyson, $1(3)1 40.
CHEKSE Good demand; New York
factory, V lb, 16J17c.
SYRUPS The domain! is fulr for
choice at COcfTjjIl gal, and Nw Orleans
riiAMrKiUSU HAIU--35C per bushel.
LIME In lots SI 26 to I 60 bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale S2(&1 60 U
llUltLA PS 2i bushels corn. 0J oz
lihi'. do 1)02 lUji 4 buhels oats 20c
& bitMiels 21c.
BEESWAX V lb 30c.
SOAP Shaeffer's German mottled Tie;
Champaign soap, 7Jc.
1 ALLOW lb T
COFFEE Scarce and firm. Java sol!.
inc at U5(7j80c; Laguayra none ; Rio
(rune io cuoico .VJUO,
bUUAH A, 1213c.
BROOMS. Dull; common liouso sell
ot 1 50 to 2 60; choice and extra choice
$3($3 76; steamboat $1 C06 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, comuressod tc
Now York, 85c: to Bolton SI. Un
compressed, to New York$l 14; to Bol
RATES To Now Orleans and Vlcks.
buret Potatoes, apples, etc. 60
pound froights 2Bo cwt; hay $7 per
ton ; whiskey $1 40 por bbl.
TO MEMPUIS-Flour. ctc.30o per bbl:
pound freights 15c cwt; hay $5 par ton
wuibKy ouu per ooi.
A cure and sure provontativo, Dr, Mc-
Cabe's Renowned Medicated Blackberry
Brandy has ucqulreJ such n blyh reputa
tion for the speedy cure of all bowol affec
tions, that unprincipled icamps have re
sorted to almost ovory reprehensible de
vice to steal its reputation and thus purpe
irate a fraud on tho public by using simi
lar bottles with similar labloa to tbo well
known genuine, filled with a trash, delete
rious to life and health. d&w-3-w
BOuTS AND SHOES.
A very large and varied stock of Boots
and Shoes aro being received at tbo City
Boot and Shoo storo, which will bo dis
posed of at flguros far below tho ruling
prices. K full line of Hrolaiki's eclbra
ted goods; gentlemen and boys' boots(
Congress gaiters, Aloxii, a very beautiful
and desirable shoo of ibe very latost ap
proved styles, uml Ladiea'Mistcs' and
Children's shoes of evory quality,
Brol&ski s boots and shoes liavo Acquired
a universal reputation and obtained med
als of merit at every place exhibited, be-
the very best goods manufactured.
Flour samplo boxes ot all sizes kept
constantly on hand or undo to order on
hort notice, at Thk Bulletin bindery.
2w J. O. IIuels, Proprietor.
Gas and StcamQlling on short notlco,
Bross' Block. t-23tf.
The very latest"slyi7s"orstlk hats for
gentlomen, just received ntCI, Ohio levee.
For oas and steam fitting go to Ren
nle's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. n-10-tf
Just Received and for salo n con
signment of choice Hams and Breakfast
Bacon. HALi.triAY linos.
Wantkh A number ouu machinist.
Apply at dressmaker's, ono ilor south of
Mils Mary Lang's millinery store, Eighth
strelt. si.28 3t
For Sale ('iikaI'. One ipan good,
young mules, alio a double wagon. Will
sell them together or separately. Enquire
of 11 use, Loom is it Co.,
tf No. CI Ohio Levee.
Wanted Baku eh A good harbor
can find a steady situation by applying at
No. 5, Sixth stroot, near Ohio levee.
Wages $1 1 per week. Gun. Hkim.
-Mr. Wm. Eiilek.1 Is anxious to inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that he Vi Ais oicii fitting
in gaiters, line boots and shoes. In fact
all his work Is dnno in lii own Mmo.
Dr. W. U Suillli has removed his of
fice lo Oin second ilory of Louis Herbert's
new brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, vvbro be has more comfortable and
commodious quarters. 8-10-tf
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth stroet nud Commercial avo
nuo, offers for sale Guinness' Porter &:
Dais' ales and pure Uonncssy brandy,
and the genuine Asgorturo bitters, all
fint-clais cholera cures. Try them
Go to II F. Blake's tor everything in
thu Steam nnd Gasfitling lino. U-'JSiI".
OLU CtlftOMU SoKKj AMD SWELLtJnS
are aroused lo new life, waked up and car
ried away by the thorough use of Prof,
Anderson's Dormadur. It seems to pene
trate all through their old indolent hulks,
starting all tho vcisols and surrounding
tUsucs to hoalt'iy action.
See advertisement in r.nothcr column.
JUsT received at Ebler's, Twentieth
stroet, between Washington avenue and
Poplar streot, tho fiuctt French calf, pal
ont leather and Moroccos (or gentlemen's
wear. A perfect fit and satitfactiou ut
sured. Any persons in ncodof boots and
shots should call on .Khlcr's, cxatniuo his
stock of leathers and leave their orders,
Geohue Laitker's J.uki:ii. At Geo.
La'.tner's Excelsior saloon, corner
of Washington avonuu and Four-
nth street, is thu place to got
n lino lunch. Lvcrything is served
up in good style, nnd Ooorgo himself pre
sides to sec that nil are waited upon.
A New Enterprise. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks botween Cairo
and tho terminus of thu Cairo, Arkansas
A- Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m,, and
and 2 J o'clock, p. in., making close con
nection with the trains ou that road.
Orders for passongers or baggage should
bo lelt 'at Field's stable, on 10th street.
Central House On Sixth street be
tween Commercial and Washington
This houso has rocontly undergone thor
ough repairs, and il now In first-class con
dition for tbo accommodation of tho trav
eling public. Boardors accommodated on
reasonable terms. A share of patronage,
is solicited. Mns. T. N. Gavkney,
0 30-1 m. Proprietress.
Dr. Lavnrty, homoeopathitt physi
cian, late of Shawnoetown, has locatod in
this city and intends making it his homo
Tho doctor comos to Cairo well rocom
mondod, aud refers to tho ofilcers of tho
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom ho is well known, having practicod
his profession among thorn for years. Ho
solicits a fair sliaro of the patromigo of
ourcltizone, Ollico 110 Commercial ave
nue. 7 20-tf
CitAKUKLiEnx, Brackets, Pendants,
Globes, otc, for salo at prices that cannot
be beat, by 1). F. Blako, Bross' Block.
Dollars worth of boots, shoes, gaiters, uto ,
at Elliott ,V Haythorn's, on Commercial
avonuo. Thoy go on tho principal that
high prices are as bad as
Who rob rich and poor alike. They havo
maiked their summer stock at cost and
their fall aud winter goods at low llgurrs
To closer ttgurei, assuring their patrons
good bargains at nil times. Remember
thu place, Conimorclal avenue,
THE TRUTH WILL PREVAIL.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdor la
chemically puro in Its combinations, and
possosses no Ingredients but such as are
harmless, healthy and nutritious. In
itrcnetn and purity, It baa no equal. For
making light, iwaet biscuits, rolls, waffles,
oornbread, etc., tboro Ii nothing that can
comparo with it. And with bi Special
Flavorings, for cakos, piei, sauce, Jellies,
very ladyjs jieJUliiJi-ih'
Andorson. Jonnlo Austin,-Manda
Becker, Mrs Barnes, Melons
Church, Racbael II Cocke, Fannie A
Ciarkston, Manicie Derby, Martha
Krles, Mooly Gilbert, A B
James, Mary Kane, Mary
Maheny, Mary Ann Meredith, Anise
filter, uatnanne JUaton, ilartba
Smith, U '
V elden, Florlno
Alexander, Jas M
Bishop & Co
Bozmau, K M
Browley, W II
Barry, J A
Baker, Law ion
Brown, Phllo 2
Cotton, A C
loioman, u 11
yrowaer, J r
Campbell, John W Crawford, ,'oieph
l...l t ...... U kl 1
Davil, .1 C
Floyd, B 11
Heed Jas II
FisUor, J O
Hord, O W
Jacobs, S V
Littleton, W 111
Miller, Capt A W
-Mason, Dr. D.
.MoN'cor, K W
Perkins & Ilyrd
lUhl & Co
Ryan, J no W
Raymond. T J
Spornborisor, C R 3 Stewart, K B
Sumner, F M
Woodward, C I)
Weil, E W
Tnotnas, J H
Whltoman, W C
CHARLESTON CLASSICAL ACADEMY
This Is a school tor both sexes. Fall ses
sion began Heiitcmber 8. Course ol study
embraces ancient and modern languages,
matbeniatlca. sticnecs, Engllrh literature,
music, wax work, painting, drawing, etc.
Hoard only $3 no per work.
For catalogues containing full particulars,
address .1. P. Ukannock, Principal.
C.'iv lr. Jlrnrjr'siWorld'a Tositc and
Ills the great household remedy, pleaaant to
'ako, yet Jjotsnt for the prevantion and cure of
dtsecaes. It la better than Blttcra, Cordial,
UucUuorSarupsjtUa. Bold by Druggists
Dr. ncnt-y'a Root aad Flaat Pills.
M lid y el thoronnh no nausea or irrlDln
'ireiy veBttable great liver remedy
:cnts. Sold by Dragglsta.
Mrs. TTbJtcomb'a Sjrrui.
The creat soothing- remedy. Paiaqi tpCr S
:'iit. GWes rest to tbo mother anil health to
!lm child Bold by Druggists .
J!f nrrlace Guide.
lattrritinz Work, Enlargrd Edition, New
tngravlngs, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
filec CO cents. Address Da. Butts ' Disnrx
iiar, 13 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
AUCTION SALE OF I'NC'LAIMEU BAG
GAOE. Will he kntll At nn,.tlnn nf thn tintr
house on Sixth Micet, Cairo, Illinois, on tho
1st day of November, at 10 o'clock a.m., a
largo quantity of unclaimed baggage to sat
lsly charges thereon.
w-ou 11 aiiis. 1. N, liAFl NEY.
B S a 2
i. F. PARKER,
(.Sticces-of to l'arker.V Khku,)
PAINTS AND OILS
wiiTX) ow oiiAaa.
Aad the CAlotrated Ulumtnatln
DROBrt' LtllLDINt 0OB ilTU ST, A COM
JOPLIN & WEBB,
COUNTltY PHODUOE, GRAIN,
Flour, Meul, llncon, Etc.
No. C IIowahii'b Row,
riTLlberal advances ou coiisiirbmucnts
l'artiea ulshlnir to keen nosted with our
market will please sead address.
UKKERKSCES Uanks aud businessmen
of Memphis, TcnLcasee.
1), AYJtHU. K. J. AYBIta.
AYERS" Jk CO.,
XS prjUEI.T A. VZOETIBIX ntDUUTIOV,
composed almply of watl-ksown ROOTS.
HERUb. ana FRUITS, comUaM wlUl oOH
Viropntles. bcli In thir oatur are Cathartic.
.. ...... VhM.Im.. U .. - - . . . .
ArnrKni, nuuiuona. morsue, AltsratlteaoaABtt-
lllll.lfia. Thft hnl. la - A .
iuuitll7 0f spirit from tt SIOAR CAiSE la
tli.m Ininvrllfflil hl.hn.kM,i.
1 if of th- tnnat ilrtlrabla Tontra siadCathar-
1 1 lntha worM. Tbry are UHaodad itrlctlj aa a
only lot nd aa a medicine, and always aoosrdlaai
Thoy ara the saaet-anehor of tha feebls and 4
Linuuvl. Thar act upon a diseased liver. ao4
silniQlste to such a drgree, that a healths' action la
st oarn brought about Aa a remedy to which
ereryotbrr sUmolant A a Spring nd Huiu.
inrr 'Ionic, they bare no equal. They ara a
mild an I gontln furgiUyoM wtfl aa Tonte. They
iMrllr Hi" liloo-J. They area iplsndlil AppeUaer.
TUey nulrn tbe weak strong. They partly and la
Tlorato. T)iy coro Dyspepsia, Co nttl nation, and
ltMili:ba. TLey act ae a epedfle In all epeelea of
illor0er which ivnaermlne tbe bodily strength and
break down the asUBaleplilU. ey
" Detiot. 63 Tark Plans. Haw York.
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It promotes the GROWTH, PnstSBf
VKi tha COLOR, nd.tncreauee tb '
VI(orBndBEArTV4rtleUAlU.r' ' lDS
Om . . B
tnr. Hiia was first placed In thDirkft by Frofrisor
t. Tliomse Lyon, a gradoale of lTlnceton CoUtce,
flin name ledetienl from the Orrrk "Km, " '
JtBMfylng to eleeKic. purvty, rawmitt, orttttert.
Tiie favor 11 ha "d. and the porularlty It bia
obtalntd. Is uupraeedtntrd and lumdthla. it in.
crease-the tsaoWTB and Uiactt or tbe II Ain. Itl
a dfl'ghtful draaatng. It eradicaUo dandrntr. It
rreveuU tha Hair from turning gray. It keeps the
head cool, aad glree tbe balr a rich. soft, glossy ap
peysnce. It la the t me in Qcivtitv iiid Qcautt
c It was 1 over a goiiuaa of a CrirniKt Aoo, and Ii
old by all DrpggtsU and Country Stores atonlr 50
Cent par Haiti,
THK ONLT BSLIABL1 OUT SIDIBIBU
TION IX TBE OOUNTBT I
IN VALUABLE GIFTS 1
To be distributed In
. X3 . SIN 33 ' S
To be drawn
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3,1873.
ONE QHAND CAPITAL PRIZB
One Phizk $6,000 i.v SilymI
Five Prises 11,000 S f
Five Priaes 1500 " GREENBACKS
Teu Prices 100 j (.
Two Family Carriages and Hatched Home
with Sllver-tnounted Harms, worth
9 l.oOO each. w
Two Horses, Buggies, etc., worth
Two Bne-toneQ Ilosewood Pianos, wortn few
Ten ifamlly Sewing Machine, worth 100
1,600 Ootd and SUver
Watches (In all,) worth trom t U
each. , .
Gold atain, Sllver-wara, Jawalry, ate,
Wnol'e number QltU 1W00. TtekaU talUd
AOrarS WAITED TO BELL ..TICJWT
To whom Liberal Pramluma will bjpaJU.
ouse as on soveral occasions