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UICAI. WRATH KR HlllflRT.
ciiisKHVKii'8 nrniji:, c.vii:o. Ilk
September l,"i, lu ll p.m.,
lliioineter, iJO.03 decree-.
TLetiiiouicter, Ol degrees
Wind sonih. Velocity I iulk
Maxluimii tiiijiruliiic rur '.W hiur,
Minimum teiupeutilie lot lite- lt-t i4 hours.
rivalling uliiil lurli.t it hour., m.imIi.
'I out unrulier ul mil.- traveled by wind
during bir.'Uiours, '
(li4TVnr Slenal Sti li-c. it, S, A.
FOR COUNTY CLERK,
Jacob 0. Lyx.:h v i 1 1 ,u cur..if.Uu for
KlilloK IlUlf KTIff-l'leM announce
tny imiin arandldate lor the ..Uu-,, 0(
r-ourity clufk. ,nu;r C. 0i;owi.kv.
JjjjAIgOgAlLY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1873
.SHALL WK? f ACAR,I T : -
AN APPEAL- FOIt TIM-ISM HP. T.
- - -
UUP WITH YOUR WALLKTS AM)
DOWN WITH THE DIMES
V 1 4 all
, i iko mis opportunity to inform the
citizen of Cairo and surrounding country
I Hint 1 will reiurno tny prnettco in tlio city
I " aiiom tuojisi or Decemlor.
"""u. r. L. WiM.rAMn, Dentist.
W c sre authorized to announce Josr.i u
I. lUvi-u.vas a inful;, uiu r... it.. .t!..
.... W U U
of rounty clerk, al the insuing November
olvctlon, subject to tlio doei.jlon of the
voter, of Alexander county.
Tbo people of Cairo don t care a great
deal for any oilier people m the world,
but neverlhelf-s tbey are rerv liberal, or.
ui canons, mil burling of
The furry boat Tliroe Statu will, until
rurltior notice, make two trips on Monday
leaving L'airoat 9 a.m. and I run. Lear.
tvMeago Ing .Missouri at 0.30 a.m. and -1 30 ti.m
brought tbem to their charitable milk, If ' Ikying Kentucky at 10 a
John q. Ilaruuii. ebas. Tlintpp
JOHN Q. IIAKMAN A CO.,
,. . : .'iii-iiri liuiiroad coin.
inhi-u. cur. nriiiii ai. mi.t oni.. i.,,.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
i iiRreaiilboriz.jd to announeii.loiiv II.
ui'!...mj, a candidate fur tl... otllce of
i.iuinit OK tub IlLlt.K-riV-Yoil Will
please announce my name as thu ikmh.Vs
lamuuaio tor county treasurer, nt thu on
suing .Sovember election. Intending ami
desiring to servo the peoplo, I hope to bo
eiecir-u ny me people.
William Maui in
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS
n.J.riirKlleatil,nvt.yl,re.an,leJ.yteII11. Ai KO LOCAL NEWS. 1 T
"following real fc.tal.7: ' " ......... J' city ; nor has any
i.'iiiVTunlhV" 'i'1," ',',,I,,KC .lll"cU" n"'- " ljlllJI". "or any oi
xfe h' Kt '! '." $,000. Tbi, nil wrom
i the city. Iit, ;i ami ,,
i B,.",,,M oieeli I nirte. iith and
Jourtcontli Mrrcp., (.t ile iron l tw .
.tor, .IwelllLB liou.',, ,. VuU lot o u
I w-n'tli-i! 'l'n Co,"l",,:l,,l Wa.ltliiiston
f Mill atlll I'uiihir afr.u ft..... .... it. ...i .
rit :t wi. ... i.j r -
.V.-pjiivuum IK1-INO-, I111 111 r,L'.
h. J I. Ounningliaiii takes
tliis nictliml of informing tlie
niil.l ! 1 1. ..i l. ...mi t
!''.. i iii.u nu null nas on
hand Sl'o.O(X) wnrfli nf ,1,,.
...... . -....v, nfij, l.uiitui iii r i ir, i - . , vi
:K ,1!::, etc, for which !,c ollbn
.TllfflMlJl l.li.I.... I ..II li 4 . ....
lunce In ;eon;, .oryl 0 r ''fill w!i 1 ' ',,C'-,'l UC,,1C(1 checks Oil
tlio City National, or
I'irsi .National hanks of this
in ...... i ,,Iu,,r'ulrw!,!'. acroiii,otu Boor., either
in umo..r one condition: .Ituatcil on north! t',ulul
r.." i... '"'r 01 -oiuui.tcIuI avenuv anil
Jooii! 'C,, A Kr,:at b:,ral ""will
i '.'"t oiiiinerclal acnuc,
iHwctn l-ourtli aul I'llUi truut-. l,ot -Jl
!'-,VI.,,iW,;',,,llls,''n"onUe' ootwe. ti rntj
inl Mxth lrt'('L,
Ml fi-felx loU in h 2fl, let nil.
Rroutnl. tiOfJcach on cur navmei.t,.
i . 1 aDl1-. In ''A iiorthcorncrol
ii 111J ,:cuo 'feet", lift liti-Iuci looa-
, " 't '!. wxali corner ol Twentlith
uu, I'oplar .trei'ta. AUo thruu loU m com t
liouw block, fronting on I'oplar ctrccu
i.rV 1H am.l!i, Ii7i south Mile ol
Inenty-HrM ftrcct, opposite "Convent
tlock'-vcry ilclrahle lor refldencc pu".
.So-Ten,.l the cholccet lot., In Mock
Ul add tlon, al.ove u-radc, l.cautllul rcM.
J...n Vi. ..' "V0"' i Brcat liar,
.nn. e call particular attention to thl..
property at It will he wild very low.
No !( -That rlreant ruldctite on .Seventh
trect, owned by Capt. liiirO, Inmtlnu'
".xe,1J1' ."trect. amlunnliiL' Hack
-M feet to xth. Tlil. property ii well
known to the cltlzeni of.Calro and v icmlty a
ne ot the mo.t complete and convenient
ii'Milcnceiln the city. It ha all the con
v i nli-nce. appertalniiiL' to a iln-l-cl,,.. home.
I he sronn.I, arc highly cmli. lll.heil with
i lert Mirubbcry and Irult in abundance :
. arrlae boui-c, .tabic and outbuilding-tlrt.
Owing to the rcmiival ol Capt. Ilnrd
HiIh property w III be cold at u great bargain
on ea.y terms. Al-o twoloUon corner Third
trect and ilb.i-lppl levee. The I.evec
mi Idlng, lormcrly ocenpltil by Capt. llurii.
inb.t, Ohio levee, ".-prliiiiflcid lSlock,-.' lor
No 10 An elegant resilience with fniirlots
m b 7, city lor alo very eheap il -oi
onti III2I1 LTOIlliiI. anil nn.ml.... l v
1 condition. ;
No 11 A No. 1 cottage on Kourth trect,
between Washington avenuu anil Walnut
.trect. Also two jot running from I'ourth
to r'lltli ttreit very ilcirablo. propertv.
No la New two-story dwelling In prime
order, on IiciiH -trect, hlghe.t ground in
the city, two lot-, l'rlen $1
No 1.1 An elegant residence with about
three acre of ground, covered with all klmln
of .elect Irult and .hrubbcry, 111 Miita Ke
lor n.tle cheap.
A KINK CIUNCK lOlt I.WKaTMKN'T.
c have lor fale orlrao vacant and Im
proved property in all portion, of the
Wty. Ai'oovcr-JO.Ooilai rcof iinlniproved
land In Ale.vanderuml 1'ulai.kl couiule-, at
KXtremely low figures and in tract- to ult
purcuaser. vv e are ageiiin ror tlio Illinois
entral railroad land- in thl- ami 1'ula-M
i-niinRMi U.iitroad land not -old prior to
N'oveitlber next will pam Into other hand-.
Now litl'c time to purchase.
:llIflAT io tup. okkvt wk.t.
W 0 arc the agent, nf tlio lltirllugton and
Frank .1. Chapman of Carbondale,
wa in thu city yetcrday.
-Col. Taylor ii .till in Now York citv.
He ii expected homo next Tuesday.
Mr. C. II. Woodward and daliybtor
...,, jiipunmv auor ten day
viiil to tho Kit.
Mr. Henry Candce and familv re.
turned to Cairo yu.torday after an ab
icnco 01 two vcck.
Y. II. Oilbort and family leltyc-ter
'lay lor a visit to tbo Chicago exposition
...m k .nori vuit to friends in the north
orn part of tlio state.
Capt. Halliday h.u abandoned tbede
..i;Ui. 01 n. .lonm, and is now, or has
been during tho past four or five daye, in
v-mro, waicmns tho tlnanctal horizon
Thu captain has loinu original ideas con
oernlng tho crisis, which be expresses with
v u aro indebted to L. II. .M v er. fur
oan rrancifco and to ,Io. Arnold for
Denver papers. .Jo's, salo n ia prosper
ingai nenver. Jlyer. 1 now att'un
Francisco, but whether ho intonds to re
main thero or return to lliuit. h.
Capt. .I01 n C. White who hai mado
moinicoiient superintendent of public
instruction, should not refuse' to serve
again in that capacity. Wo desired a wo
man in tbo odlce.becauso wo thought a wo
man could give more time to its duties than
a man, but there Is no lady who seems to
have any deposition to contest for It ; and
wo would bo pleased to support Mr.
Whlto. While passing through the county
a few days ago wa saw the evidences of
we may be allowed the exproision without
otlense to the tender seniibllitlo, of our
friond Whlto and others ; but, slnco then,
thoy havo bad no opporluiiilv to n ...
philanthropies and have become tlr,..v
and closo-llsted. Thovhavo nm l,..,.i
It teem., that in a town of Louisiana,'
named Shrovcport. tho i)Uilllnnr c ...1!
low fever has ben raging, destroying
buMncss, robbing families of broad. .-.,1
tho means with which to nrocura rImm.... 1 sc. m
..1 .... .1 .1. ... . ""h -'!'.
uu ...cuieiii.;.. inoy bavo shut tboir
Otr. tn thn
nut wiiir 1 uBva nntnn
up :rom ;nat alllicted commur.itv. Not
minister ol tho km pot has onnnnd
month to plead for thonoody, tho starving
people of bt.roveporti not a church has
uifcue a movomont to extend a nvrnni.tbn(.
i nana towards that tin.illnr..,..!!
of our charitablo insti
any ol our busin Gil rnon
mis ib nu wrong. Whoro e k.v. ii,
""i-" " by don t ho tnlk out in meet
t 1 . . . ...
"iK nuou; inn iiiattor'' JIU m-i.
- - ' 'tit1iUI.
whim on earth, raid something about. lnlr
u.iwo omor. ai ye would that thov nhnnl.t
uouruo you, ana u.in't Kov. Mr. 'Jbayer
know that if bo wore 111 Shrovcport, sbk
with the yellow fever, vrithout a n.ir.n 'nr
mouieine, or money, or brtnd oven, that
ho would bo unxious to havo the ml.,1.1.,,.
of Cairo remind their peoplo that If the
nru was on earth und In Cnlre. ho w,.,.l,l
auvisothoso who loved Him to send aid
10 1 uayer in Jshroveporl ''
And where is Urosi? He tbo (jp.nd
Mailer of an ordor which tirofnsi. in ni
. . . .
iuo golden rulo as well as
it. Why lias ho not
1. . . . . ...
mi long poio 01 solicitation to
111. and u n.m.
aiko vitt 1 nttnv covi'ASv
(Aino, Saplombor 17, l;ij.
his labor in a number ofcomfortabU',good
looking but not extravngantly blgii-nriccd
.Miikouri It illroad company, who olter for school houses, and heard him spoken of bv
..ilo In Iowa ami Nebra-ka million, of acres .it .h(1 ,,ir.. n.,..,u t . '
- -.rf J'l'tu .11 I.1..II-U1 11 1 Jl
or tlio be-t land on tlio continent, on ten
year erouil. 1; per cent, lutercid. Jlans
pamphleti', circular- and all nere.-ury infor-
iiiaiion relative 10 tno-o land and how
reacli ttiem liirnlnhed upon apilii'atinii
an ai oiicu aim examine lor VOlir-lvc-. At
..I.. n ...IfV? Ik .. . .... . K. l
for. .Ixth and Levee all., Cairo, UN.
.In ii 7. 1873.
HYLAN'I) & SAUKK,
AMI tlKALXUd IH
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
ok kvery i)i;scnirj'io.N,
Collier 10th .treiil and Ciiiiimerclal avenu
next door to tho Hylanil iialoon.
Il-lfitf. CAIRO, ILLS.
BTJTC JE3T 'ID
AND 1IK.M.KK IN
F HE 8 II MEAT,
rinlfTU 3TKKKT, ItKTWKKN WASIIlNOTOh
akd Commercial Avsnueb,
kdjolnlasi UI'.tenliouNn itnti llniinx V
1.111I1, Sku.k ota.. -r.i are prep.rej 10 .blip
nr."." lu ..in 11. ii.. vvdi'I.uih Ill.nnHr.
(Suecei-or to J amen Kyim'ton,)
UTUUKK AKll UltALXII IK ALL KlNDS Ot
r USD 11 AlKATB.
CoKNK Nl.S'KTKNTII AND l'OPLAK ST8.,
lys and Hlnughtora only tho bent cattle,
gn and fihcop, and In prepared to till any
ftw fruuli mnnt j fAin nun i.Annil t .
IUJ IU I'll tiunu lUUItlil 141114 UIIU 'WI4 ltv V u
JAMKS KYN ASTON,
IB XT TO HBB
AND HKALKH IN
'jli kinds of mesh .muats.
r fur. TvvciitMIs Nlreet Hint Com.
tori!!11,! gjVilujj.0P-y.UipJgt cttic.
THE JAWd OF
MLLK. Or. (il!
This remarkablo woman who will vLit
Cairo with tho Croat International, mon-
..b..v, ...u.uvi.i, nijuariuin iinu circus on
Monday nnd Tuesday, October 0th and
nil, Is tliun spoken of by the Now York
Lat evening wo visited Nibloa (Lir-
ucn to witness the introduction of tho
now feature in tho porsou of Mile. I)e
l.ranvillo, tho lady with tho laws of iron
and wnro both ploasod and aetoniihod at
her extraordinary exhibition of strength
with her tooth and jaws. Tho lady s not
beautiful, but can certainly bo called
pretty without iluttery. Sho is young, well
formed and graceful, and oxocutcs her
dillioult feats with tho greatest oaco. Sho
lifts a common "NY indtor chair in uvory
concolvablo position, with tho aid of her
teeth alone : lioa down and cotj mi with
it. novor relingulshini? her tml.l 1 1 rvn n It
with hor molars, and supporting It in no
other way. Sho also did a contortion act
with jtho chair in her mouth. She also
liftud n liogsliead of wator, with a boy 12
years of ago seated upon it.BOvoral feet
from the ground. Hor last feat was the
most astonishing of all. Sho raises hor.
self and the bov moiitlnnnd wllb Ur iintl,
alono, from tho stago to tho dome of tbo
thoatro- -at loast 40 foot. This romarka
bio feat is performed by slipping a rone
around thu back of hor nock, fastouini?
tin) boy to her, and tlion with nnothor
ropo hoisting hersoll Into mid air. tiainp
hor tooth to pull hor up instead of tbo
hands. This was porfoctly thrilling and
astonishing. Tho nudienco was electrlflm!
Htid at hut broke forth In nhrnr .n,,-
...... ... w . v w t HtkVS
hoor of hearty approval. Tho lady was
ropoatedly callod back, and it was some
time boforo the tilav could iro on. 1111..
De (Iranvillo is certainly a netisatlon.and
will well repay a visit to witness her
Two Hattories of two Hollers, each lil
'foot long, .12 Inch Dram, 2 M inch Flues
with lire fronts. Mud and ritoam drums(
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
JJrltcliin, all completo and In Qrst-tlass
down from tho tree of Odd-Fo!low.hln
llttlool tbo fruit of charity ! Odd-Kollow.
snip inches that thorois but or.o country
me world, but ono nation tho Inm.n
lamily ; it teashos that charity aUords real
gratlUcMlon to tho possessor and delights
to dispense its bounties in uul of tho niTed v
r.nd distrosseJ : tli. t to linrtvn i.laaii...
from conferring good on our fellow crea
tures is an exalted attribute of humanity,
and that In tho practico of charity
men lay up tor thomsslves an
abundant storo of substantial happiness.
Now, there at Sbrovoport, is an excellent
opportunity to practice the lessons of Odd
Fellowship) and wo call upon Ilross and
Coinings and Robiiieon. to not 1.0 .hi.
porluiity go by unimproved.
And to all our citizens we appeal. They
hould all give something, from a com to
a dollar. A stricken community calls to
u and Cairo should blush if sho longer
hosltatM to respond to tbo call.
O. R. R , Aoknt 0 h k, 1
Caikd, I UM Sept. 80. 19M. f
To persons wishing to attend tho St
i.owt rair to 1.0 bold at St. Louis from
October Gth to Octobor 11th. wo will icll
oxcursion tickotK to East St. Louis and to-
Salo of lickcti will com
monco October -Itb. an J bo discontined
uctouor lutli. Tickets good until Octo.
bor 16th, Inclusive. TickoU will bo issued
to parties going with slock or articles for
exhibition (but to no oihors
tor October 2d.
Boiu .Vi"di7 Rv.nsvillo
Bolle Mcmplil, .Memphis
Btst.vicsH-Vontiinuei dull-thai ...
say Ibero Is abiolntoly nothln,; being dono
in tbo way of river busln. Tt,.
1 . - wm
mtia trio LnoM. f . f . I .
v uutu is iu me lutUTo,
vu.jjitio.V or THE KtVEKi. Tn nl.i.
t . -" MW VIIIV
siiiiiueciining. having fallen ono inch
in mo iwonty-four hours emiln,. .1.
ociocw latovoninir. Thn .Mli.L.int 1.
.1 ..... . " I''. "
... .uv.ei.uig, arm 1; is almost Impossible
mr ooats 01 any sizi to navlirato
stream abovo Ibis placo to St. Louis.
MucELr.AN-i.oi-j.Tbo arrivals and
parturos for tho past throo or four il.r.
havo boon few nr.d far betwonn. .n,i
1 . . 1 . 1 DUU
uoavs ;na; tnvo comoand gono Imvo gen
erally bad vory poor trips.
1 ho Hello Momphis carno un fm... i...
... I. ..... . V...
pins, mil uiu not tarry
1873 ATJTT7MXT X373,
STUART & GHOLSOV
Ion? lit tbt nn.l
..1 f r. 11. r .... . . .
n.m in -1 .v....B mi .jk. jj0;iu cany in the ovcnlor.
I Tl.. ...... ... . vt
1 1 110 llllin I UK h.'n. nn ...1.1. ..
.1. v.. .1,.. , T wiui n,ua,
. 11 v.., 1. l chl 1 ii. on nines.. Mm un. .... ...!...... .
ISnri .... 1 . . " L. ... 1 . . ' 'S0" Unwn
k ... , '.'-.HNIII il. I Willi Ifnit'Ml 11 hi
HOoTS AND SHOES. iUKuoy of the Illinois, has
A vry largo and varied .lock ,,r iui. a'1,lod ft Iot of 'ont: poles with hook, nn
and Shoes aro being rccolved at tho City n 6"d lo 1,11 Ilst of "fu preserving ap.
Root and Shoo etoro, which will bo di- I'or(,lu'- nny ono hai n dosiro '.0 And
po.ed of al flgurci far below tho ruling
I.riL-e.. ,v iuii lino of IJroIaski'j colbm.
ted goods ; gcntlumen and boys' boots,
Congros gaiters, Alexis, a verv biminlfnt
and desirable shoo of thu very hton p
provtl styles and Ladicn1 .Misse' and
Children's shoes of every quality.
Ilrolaiki's boots nnd shoes have iicuuirod
a universal reputation and obtained rued
als of merit at evcrv nlaco exhibits!. 1,...
ing tt.o very good manufactured
Mr. Illack is tho only and solo agent hero
ant warrants and guarantee's every nai
ho sells. Cornor Commercial nvnnim i.rut
Eighth street. n-30tf.
Tho argument in tho Cobb. Illalsdull
A Co. v.. tho Illinois Central railroad!
t.e was concluded aflor supper last oven-
itig. 1 he Instruction will bo read this
morning after which the case will no to
-A fellow on tho stoumor Exporter hit
anotbor fellow on the head vestordav with
brass knuckles, and then tried to get away
from Mcllale, but didn't. He is tho same
fellow who chloroformod his follow dock-
passengers on tno trip from Jlcmphls to
this city, and robbed them nf tboti-
J- red. htichcr has purchased the lar- I
bor shop of Geo. Reining, who retires for
tbo boncilt of his health. Tho shop is. lo
cated on Commercial avenue, botween
Seventeenth and Eighteenth stroels. and
its now proprietor is detormined to mako
It Urst-class in overy particular. Ho in
vitos public patronago.
Tho Egyptian baso bull club has
gono down in tho financial crash. It bas
dissolved. It badjno tsprit tin corns, and
consequently had to succomb to tho first
run that was mado upon it. Its bats are
all idle, its balls aro all still, its bases aro
an riiinoo, its grounds aro all dosolntc. In
short, It is among tho things that wore.
Superintendent Koswwll Miller of tbo
Cairo and Vinconnes railroad, Assistant
Superintendent Palmer, Col. James S.
Reardon, Aldermen llixby and Moyor,
and John 1'. Holey and Stroet Supervisor
Gallighan, yesterday wont to tho gravel
banks abovo Caledonia to oxamino and
select gravel with which to fill Levee
(' REAT EXCITEMENT.
dollars worth of boots, shoes. caitors. etc
at Elliott A: Haythorn's, on Commercial
nvenuo. They co on tho nr!npinl (b.i
nign prices aro as bad as
K UK LUX.
v no rou ncii and poor nllko. They havo
maiked their summer stock nt cost ami
tncirfall and winter goods at low Hi-urr.
1 . . - --
nun 1 menu
To cloier Ugures, assuring their patron
goou nargatns at all times. Remembor
tho place, Commercial avenue,
Gas and Steamlltting on Miort notice,
uro.- Uiock. 'J-2Slf,
.iii-T received by Thorns A- Itro., :JC0
kit and 50 half hb!s of mackeral. HMNSt
Tin: very latest stylos of silk hats for
gentlemen, just received at CI, Ohio lovce.
Chanhei-iki!-, Ilrackets, Pendants,
Globes, etc. for salo at prices that cannot
bo beat, by U. F. lliake, Ilros.' lllock.
For oas and steam .Ittlng go to Itcn.
nies Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth street. 9-10-lf
Giro. "Wantkd To do tho work Tor a
small family. Enquiro for "C," nt Tun
IIullkti.n olllco. lO-L'-Ut
JChT Eeckivkd and for salo n con
signment of choice Hams nnd Ureakfas't
Ji"C0n. . H VLt (DAY Rriw.
I-'louu sample boxes ot all sizes kept
tuutmuuj on uanu or mado 10 ordor on
short notico, at Tub Hi'li.kun binderv
0-21 .Jw J. O. Hukls, Projirietor.
vv anteii A number ono machinist
Apply at dressmakor's, ono di.or noutii of
Mis Mary Lang', millinery storo, Eighth
slrott. 0.03 31
i on bAi.K Ciik.uv Ono span good
youns mules, also a doublo wagon. Will
soli thi'iii ttigethor or separately. Enquiro
t llt'.-K, Loomis & Co
t No. 01 Ohio Lovoo
OUt llOW thnr urn n.........l ... 1.
vi'.invu ici aim goon
to the Illinois, jump overboard n,i ,
Jirknd out of tho wator. Ho will know
all about it then, and bo moro able to toll
now it It done than wo aro.
1 ho chief justico of Iowa rei entlv .1...
cidod acolorud passengorcaso against tho
upper .Mississippi stoamew, and av It I.
unroionaMo to ,ll a tirst-clasv ticket ami
uiMii rcquiro a person, no matter what
color they may bo, to eat in tho pantry or
on 1110 guards.
i no common council of St. Louis, last
weea, pa-soi an ordinanco granting frco
...lanago iu steamers belonging to tho
part and paying city lax ; nnd charging
vus.en nvo cents por ton.
Tho now steamor li. M. lllshop, now in
courso of construction at Kiiiifston. nn
tho upper Tennessee, Is 155 foot long
.vU. -uul uu o, uQtm on deck. Sho
win 00 ngnt draft and a big carrier.
Tho St. Louis 'Republican' of vesterday
has tho follow ing :
Shlpmonts are almost plavod out. Rut
vory little frelirht for uriV llnllil ....4
down to tho wharf yesterday. Tho. Mom
Phis I ackot company, owing to a scarcity
in business, aro withdrawim- thmr
ors as fast they arrive, and aro keeping
but a few n service Tho decline in tho
Mississippi nt thl, j,0ilt continues, and
tho sand bars below urn 1iitmiifni r..n.
troublesomn overy day. Sove now
onov have formed around Cairo and aro
becoming tho worst. Tho Ohio. Upper
Mississippi, IllinoU and Missouri are all
umumio samo tuat is, dead 0w and al
most unnavigal lo.
A New Extkiut.isk. Dr. II. F. rioM
will run a lino of hacks between Cairo
and tho terminus of tho Ciiro. Arknm...
v ictas railroad, making two trips each
day. caving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and 2Jo clock, p. m., making close con-
nectton witb tho trains on that road.
Ordors for passongers or baggage should
bo loit al Held s stablo, on 10th street,
Ollft flf Uin vr.rt.-W ll if . .
BOTTOJf l'JIC!i;.S KOR (JASII ONLY
DRESS Q-OODS SPEOIALTT
lowest iii II, js eit,-. ' "r 1"';to 11,11 ' "s lioretoro tho verr
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
and Domestic Dry
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Clotty
Miolslery Oooils, Window Sl.artcs, Damask, Complies
U'lalii.i. 11.. ..... .. . .
...imv;.,.!. o -..rai.inws, U0 VV fat lv run l.n... i. "".'"
"AS RKOl'ENED HIS
1 11 11 in
Will keen open day and night, ready to servo meals
t 1 1'ours, and lias a private entrance for
ladies and gentlemen, without be
ing disturbed by anybody,
and is prepared to accommodate the
travelling public. He has fitted up 8 new
rooms over the book stove, and is ready to keep
Twenty-Five or Thirty Families:
variTivo nun a call at any hour, day or night.
On Sixth street bo-
This house Iihs recently undergone thur
om;h repairs, and h now In iirst-olass con
dltlon for tho accommodation of tho trav
eling public. Itotrders accommodated on
ruiiMjanuie icrui. a slnro of patronngn
l SOIICHCU. .VI tl- T. N. ( .iriFsuv
11 JO-lm. Proprietress
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopathist physi-
No dyspopsia or stomach trouble will
atiso from eating articles prepared with
Dr. Price's Croam Ilaking Powder, it
makes tho lightest, whitest biscuit, cakos,
ctc.,of any other preparation in tho market.
Dr. Prico's special fltvorings.of Vanilla,
Lemon, etc., nro strong, puro ana havo tho
truo rich fla vor of tho fruits. Ask for Dr
Prico's Special Flavorings, and Dr. Price's
Cream Raking Power. n.'.M
A euro and suro provontativo. Dr. Mc
Cabo'B Ror.owncd Medicated Blackberry
Rrandy has acquired such a hiuh rnnutn.
tion for tbo speody euro of all bowel aflec-
b lc.ik: smith
Cor.t:ieveuth ana PopUr IU,,
Informs Uio publlo that he hasongatfea tn
nervices of a Kimt-olasa Wagon makirand
alio a First-claw Uorse ihow and UrladT
to manufacture and epatr all klndi of work
in thl trade with npalr and dispatch.
ordorj: bcon used only throe months. To
Tho luvitntionof .Mr. Schlosinger in-
ducod us to attend the first ovoning ontor-
talnment of tho Concordia bocloty, nt
Washington hall last night. When wo
say tho singing was tho flnost we over
beard In Cairo, . wo di tint
oxaggoralo; it was splondid. foUom bus
it been our pleasuro to parlicipato ic a
moro onjoynblo party. Wo wish tho Con.
cordia 6ucco"?, and are suro. from our
knowledgo of the matorial of which it is
composod, that It will become ono of tho
institutions of our city.
Tho Mound City basa ball club, a
very excellent club composod of estimable
young men, aro to play tho Nomo club of
this city a return gamo. Tlio Mound City
boys havo got away with all our clubs
heretofore, aim absolutely wiped out tho
Nomo boys, but wo can promise thorn a
moro stubborn game tho no.vt tlmo thoy go
to tho bat with us. "Wo aro young and
inoxpnrlonced base bnll players, but wo
don't despair; as .fc'allbrd said to Casoy
"Hopo springs ctornal in tlio human
G. F. .Moyor, o Mound City, wns in
town yestorday, in soarch of his lato con
fidential clerk, llarnoy Ferredlng, who
had "gono back" on bis employer and
purloinod$200 worth ot ladies shoos. Tho
shoes vvuro found in his trunk on Tuesday
and ho was arrested at Mouuds Junction.
Ho was taken to Mound City and put in
cbargo of constablo Trover, who employ,
ed another man to help him watch his
priscnor. Instead of putting him in jail,
N ANTitii llAitiiER A good harbor
can find a stondy situation by applying at
o, Sixth stroot, noar Ohio lovoo,
ages i 1 por vvook. (5 v-. Hi:im,
-mm. it. E111.BK.S is anxious to inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom-
ors gonorally, that he data hia omi fitting
in gaiters, fine boots nnd shoes. In fact
nil his work is dono in his own thop,
Dr. W. R. Smith has rcmovod hie of
fice to tbo second story of Louis Herbert's
new brick building on Eighth stroot, be
tweou Vv ashlngton and Commercial nvo-
nuos, whero bo has moro comfortablo and
commodious quarters. 8-10-tf
i . ritzgoraid at ills room?, cornor
Fourteenth stroet nnd Commercial nve
nuo, oilers for sale Guinness' Porter A
Ilass' ales and puro Honnessy brandy,
and the genuine Ar.gosturo bitters, all
first-class cholera cures. Try them
Go to II. F. lllnko's for everything iii
tho Steam and Gasfitting lino. H-28tf. "
Oi.ti CuitoNiu Soiir.s AMI SWEI.I.I.NIIH
aro nrouiod to now llfo, waked up and car
ried away by tho thorough use of Prof
Anderson's D.ermadur. It scorns to peno
Irato all through thoiruld indolent hulks,
starting all tho vessols and surrounding
tissues to boalt'iy action.
See ailvurllsoment in another column,
Ju.vr rccolved at Elder's, Twentieth
stroot, between 'Washington avenue nnd
Poplar street, thu linos t French calf, pat
out leather and .Moroccos for gentlemen's
vvoi;r, A perfect lit aud satisfaction as
sured. Any portions In need of boots and
clan, lato of Shawnootown, has located" in lionsi lut unprincipled scamns havo ro
this city aud intonJs making it his homo 8orloJ to almost ovory roprohensible do
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well rocom. vlce to lt0l R reputation and'thus nnmfl.
mendod, and refers to tho olliccrs of tho lratQ a frnui1 on tho public by using sirai
First National bank of Shnwneetown, to 1,,r t,ottlc" with similar Inbies to tho woll
(Successor to H. Thlelicke.)
Denier In All Klasla
11KTWEKH TKNTH AND LVSTII BTBIBT4
whom ho is woll known, having pwjr tltod know'' genuine, illlod with a trash, doloto
III. nrnfotfiinn nmnn. l T... 9 t i plniuln nr.. ..... 1 ... . -
i uiviii iu. jcurn, no vio.u uiu nuu noailll, (KV'W
soitcits a fair sharo of tho patronago of
our citizens. Olllco 110 Commercial avo-
nuo. 7 o0.lf
Having purchasod tho grocery esUbllsh
mentor II. Thlelecke, I shall alwayi keep
i ouhand a full and Ire.h supply of all the beat
Lost. On Tuesday , Septombor 30th.
Ninety Days Noto or Accoptanco, for two
hundred and Uftv dollars. iltn,i Mnr.in..
bor 00th, 1873, and payable to tbo ordor "idoS 10 HC0 l,mt 1,11 aru WltUed "I10"-
GKOIKIK LAtT.VKR's LVMII. At Goo.
Lattner's Exceliior saloon, cornor
of "Washington avenuo and Four
contli street, is tho placo to got
a lino lunch. Everything is sorvod
up iu good stylo, and Georgo himself pro-
goods in my line, to be found In Uu market.
ii) "ii;v aucuuon io uusineu, and fair deal
ing, I hope not onlv to rntln .n h.
the placo has enjoyed iu the past, but to add
to tho lUt many new patrom. Asklnu a
lair sharo or publlo patronage, J
1-l?yi.,Ciruly UJSUMAN SCUMKTZSTOIWr.
Mmpool ew.Tork ahd rhil.dpai.
r.p.a eo.raicT witb c.itio statu aid uituus
Kor Carrying tha Mail.
t'OU PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rc.THia'i oiatnoi
M'PLY TO JOHN
ot u. d. Hawkins. AH persons aro for-
omucn to nogottaiu said aeceptaueo, as I
paymont has been stoppod. Tho findor
will ploaso loavo it nt Parsons, Davis &
Co.'s Quoonswaru Stoio, on Tenth Btreot.
t PETER RURGESS,
ALOI'IO.N bALEOF I NULALMKU 1IAC.
Will bo sold .-it inn. Mm. 'i l 1 1., i r.,i.in.i I
. ... .. " - ... .11., LI,..,,,,.
iiou-u on aixiu -tieel, Cairo, IUIiiuIh. on tho
Tho barber shop ., on tho cornor of
Klrrblb lrnn( un.l iLl? T.I.V.. . Vi.L ... W l-H-
whore J.Georgo Stlofihouso with hisgon-
ninuu.j ai.iaiiiii can no lounu nl any
hour of tho day or night, ready to sootho
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper nnd bond witli a good sham
poo. It is a Urst-class shop, and you aro
suro of recoiving Urst-class truatnmnt.
i.auies and children s hair cut or curled
after tho most approved Hyles. 8-10-tf
We need not remark that tlio oyster is
a good tblng to havo In thu house ; ovory.
uoay Knows that but It may bo necessary
tossy that tho best oysters iu tbo city
may bo lound at tho oyster naloon of
Amandus .laeckol. Ho bas Uttcd up
rooms in lino style, and has mado arrange
moiits by which lie will bo able to obtain
dnily supplies nf fresh oystors, which ho
is prepared to dish up to ciutomors Iu any
manner, t.all upon Jauckol and try his
THE TRUTH WILL PREVAIL.
Dr. I'rico's Croam Ilaking Powder Is
ciiemically puro In itu combinations, and
possosses no ingredients but such as are
harmless, healthy and nutritious. In
strongtli nnd purity, it has no equal. For
tuaiilug light, swoot biscuits, rolls, vvallles,
coriibruml, etc., thorois uothinir that can
compare with it. And with his Spocial
Flavorings, for cakus, pies, sauce, jellies,
otc, ovory lady Is dollghtod thoy aro so
much, in overy ro.pcct, suporior to others
jWV4 -Mil ilr.L.Ci. 1.... r.M..1
Slits. T. N Oavi-xrv.
-, r. u
C j k.
loBro.Jway Naw-Tork, irl.
R. Ho apt.
HKMIS, BROWN.& lur
O YSTE IR; S .
R. F. PARKER,
iMU'cc.-or to 1'arkcrA lllako.i
rAlINTS AND OILS
AdiI the oelebratea illumtratla
UIlOBH l.UlLUINO COB IlTIIMT
Aoenth Home Cotton Milu
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Uli.
CITT NATIONAL HANK DDIlDIjtO.
tTrs'D'clarattentlon natii tn nrH.ra tma
steamboats, night or day.
ftCKD STAMP FOR
3Yiiiniif 10 Mien piihti'i vxllh .
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