Newspaper Page Text
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCTOBER G, 1673
DCAL WEATHER REPORT.
(JtSKHVKR'M OFFICK, CaIIHJ. JJI'm I
Hcptcmhcr lfi, 10:11 p 111 i IS"1' J
Jlarmctcr, 80.08 iluitrcc.
'.Ihcmomcter, 01 degree..
"Wli totllli. Velocity 4 mile per
MnMinmu ti'inpcraturu f.r Ut !M lioiir,
I Ildtimin temperature lor tlio hut"! hour,
J'mallltiK wind fi.rlii.t24 hour, m.v.'Ii.
Yoal number of iiiIIch traveled by wlml
(luJigluxltil hours, 113.
Oheorvcr Hlgniil Sen Ice. U.S. A.
ol.ny. Ilarmaii. Chas. Thrtipp
JOHN Q. HA11MAN A CO.,
Anil I. unci Agcntff tho I llnol Central
nail lliirllntoii and Missouri Kullroud eoin
palifea. Horlli Cor. of CIU Si. mid Olilo lr
Oder lor Halo at low tliirui anil cmy term
tilt following real esUto :
o. 1-5 lotn Initio "Klde lllock" run
))ln through tliu block Irum I'lltevtitli to
Hiceiilh nircvt, beat residence property
1m the city. l.ota II ami b 45, elty, Wash
Imj'on avenue, between '1 liirteuntb and
yoiirtcentb urettn, went Mde good two
Moiy duelllni; lniue on each lot. I.ota '
liU C, a'tjohHiiK tin: list before tunned.
Jjlll, li it, city, on feixlli Ktreet, ninth
fid", betuevn Commercial and Washington
.No '1 ljt)tl and 8, b .13. corner ol Kour
teentb and l'oplar rtreetn, front on l'oplar
tlnet, west Hide, opposite post-olllce block.
Ivo.3 Splendid InisincMi bulhllm;, rent
(leLcc In rucoml story, 0 room, hall and
froi.tand rear stairway, water on both iloora,
In Lumber one uunilltfon; tltuated on north
eit corner ot Commercial awnuu and
TWidlth street. A great bargain If hold
bn 4 Lot 4, b 2.'. Commercial avenue,
between Fourth ami Filth street. lol 'Jl,
h'i'l, on Washington aenue, betweeu Kllth
and Sixth (treelit.
So 6 hlx loU In b 29, 1st ad. High
ground. '4jcach on cany payments
N 1 1 lt 1 and i, in b 6 north corner ol
Tel th and Levee streets, licit hti-lnes loca
tion In the city termi cany. I.OU'JI, 22 and
lit In b 19, 1st ad,, nouth corner ot Twentieth
mid l'oplar utreeU. Alo throe loU in court
homo block, fronting on l'oplar street.
Nj7 l.ota IS and, HI, b 7'J fouth ldc ol
Twcntv-Urst ktreet, opposite "Convent
Jllotk f' very denirahle lor residence put
X ) ttTcn ol the choice lotn, In block
67, 1st addition, above trade, benutlful residence-location,
will be sold at u great bar
yam. Wo call particular attention l this
jiropcrty as It will be old Very low.
Ho U That elegant residence ou Seventh
vtrtut, owned by Cup;, llurd, Ironlliu; 75
feet on Seventh street, and running back
feet to hlxth. This property is well
known to the cltUeinof.t'alro and vicinity as
one ol the mo-t complete and convenient
rcl Irnceit In the city. It has all the con
venience! appertaining to a lirst-cHss home.
The gronuds are highly cmbellUhed Willi
teleel shrubbery and fruit In abundance ;
runiago house, table and outbuildings tlrst
clan. Owing to the removal ol Capt. Hurd
thlr property will be sold at a gieat bargain.
nasy terms. Al-o twolotson coruerThlrd
Uriel and MUsis-lppl leveu. Tho l.eveo
1'iilMing, formerly occupied by Capt. llurd,
la 13, uhlo loveo, "."iprliifUeld lllock," lor
S i 10 An elegant residence with four lots
la b U7. city lor slo very cheap It sold
oou High ground, and preujl.es In a -No.
1 c ndltlon.
N 11 A No. 1 cottage on Fourth street,
between Washington avenuo aim Walnut
ttreat. Also two low running from Fourth
to h lull street very desirable property.
'd li Sew two-story dwel Ing in prime
order, on Locust street, highest ground In
the cltv, two lot", l'rlce ?l ."JJO.
No lit An elegant residence with about
thn o acres of ground, covered with all kinds
cf felcct Irult and shrubbery, in Santa Fe
tor ale cheap.
A n.NK CIIANCK FOIt INVr.8TMK.NT.
We have lor sale or lease vacant and Im
proved property In all portions of Un
fit) Ali"! over J.'i.OoO acres of unimproved
lands In Alcxandcrand l'ulaskt coiiinles, at
xtremely low figures, and In tracts to suit
purchasers. We aro agents for th6 Illinois
Cci.tril railroad lands In this ami l'ubski
counties Kaliroml lands not sold prior to
Nov ember next will pas Into other hands.
Now Is the time to purchase.
EMIOUANTS TO THE OIIKAT WKJT.
Wc arc the agents of the Itiirlingion and
Mlnourl Uallroad company, who oiler for
tab In Iowa and Nebraska millions of acres'
or the best land on the continent, on ten
7eors credit, it per cent. Inlerost. Maps,
pamphlets, circular and all necessary infor
mation relatlvo to those land and how to
rau-'li tliein furnished upon application.
Cull at once and examine for vourslvM. Ap
ply to JOHN J. UAUMAN .V CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Loveo ts., Cairo, Ills.
Jure 7. 1873. .
IIYIjANJD & SAUElt,
AMD PKALXH8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVEllY DESCKU'TION,
Comor 10th street and Commercial avunu
next door to the llyland saloon.
11-10 tf. OAIUU, ILIA
AND DEVLKK IN
fllOHTU STRRKT, HkTWKIN WABniJOTO
AND OOMUKBOIAL AvlNUKS,
&4otnlng HI'tenliuuafi anil llannr'k
Knep h best or Ilf, Pork, Mutton Veol.
Ijsmb, Sausage, to sad are prpreil to utile
tltiirttts In the rot of ptahl maoer.
(Successor to Jaiiicv Kynaston,)
JJCTOIIKB AND DKALKB IN i IL KlNDB Of.
FUK8U MKATB. '
OOHNEIl NlNTItNTn AND l'OPLAH STB.,
Hnva and slauuhtorn only thfl best catllo,
ll kn ami Hhoon. and Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh moats from ono pound to
(an thousand pounds.
AND DKALKK IN
ALL KINDS OF FUR3U MEATS.
ajtnr 'cor. Twentieth Ntriwt iiutl Com.
FOH COUNTY OLKK1C.
Wo aro authorised to nonounco that
Jacoii O. IjYNCH will bo n candidate for
KiiiTou Uiat.r.TiN l'lcaie announce
my iihtna m r candidate for tho ofUco of
county clork. John C. Oiwwt.Er.
Wo aro suthorizod to announce Joszrif
T. IJavihon as a candldato for tho ollko
of county clerk, at tho oniulng November
idcctlon, ubject to tho decision of tho
voters of Alexander county. .
FOH COUNTY THKASUKBK.
Wo nro authorized to announcoJoiiN II.
Gdhsman n candidate for tho olllco of
KiiiTou or Tub IIuli.etin You will
plea'o annouiico my namo as tho pcoplo'i
candldato lor county troaiuror, nt the on
suing November election. Intending and
desiring to servo tho people, 1 hope to bo
elected by tho pooplo.
8-20td William Maktin.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
R. 11. Cunningham takes
this method of informing the
public that he still has on
hand 25,000 worth of dry
goods, etc., for which Ke oilers
to accept certified checks on
either the City National, or
First National hanks of this
Ukn. Ukbkn li. lUrni li, or vrai, in
Tlir. first regular monthly meoting of
tho city council will be held to-morrow
Gkn. K. A. UuK.vstDK has been in tho
city for several days. Ho it hero on bus
iness connected with tho Cairo and Vln
Tile scarcity of telegraph in to-day's
IlULLKTIN, is accounted for by tho fact
that thf storm last evening blew down tho
wires in many places.
Tub Johnson coUnty 'Herald' of the 2d
says: "Wo are inforrnoJ that tbore was a
collision on Uho Cairo and Yincenncs rail
road Tuei lay night, near Stone Fort, be
tween two hand cars, in which two men
were severely bruised. No particulars."
I'koiiaiii.t thn worst mud nolo in tho
city Is on Tenth street in front of tho ros
idenco of Mr. O It. Woodward. It is al
most imposiibls tar teams to pull through
it. If ibero is any way in the world that
it can be remedied, it should bo dono at
O.i Friday noxt l)n. Hartman will
auction cir s largo quantity of pieco goods,
the stock that Fred. A. lloio hud on hand
at the time of his death. Among the
goods there is some of excellent quality,
and which will be knocked down to the
highest bidder. Attend tho (ale.
Mk. IjEon Van Loo, of Cincinnati, is
negotiating with "Win. Winter for tho
painting of a number o pictures, to be
commenced in a fow weeks. Mr. W will
probably accept his propositions, and will
leavo Cairo for Cincinnati very soon, to
do tho work. All who hava not already
called on him should do to at onco, and
secure pictures beforo ho leaves tlio city.
Circuit court adjourned Saturday
night after a six voks luitiou. Judge
llaker has gone to Mound City to attend
tho regular session of the
1'ulaska court which com
menced this morning. We un
derstand the docket of tho I'ulaski court
s not largo and tho session will conse
quently not be a long one.
The storm last evening did a great doal
of damago to tho shado trees ol tho city.
Thero wus hardly any portion 01 tno city
that escaped. On Fourteenth street be-
twecn Washington avenuo and Walnut
stroet, a small houso belonging to Frod
Ulackenborg wus blown down and badly
damaged. Fortunately no ono lived in
tho houso at tho time.
In Anotiusr place in to-day's IJullk.
tin wo publish a card from Mayor Wood
inviting n moetingof tho citizens of Cairo
to-morrow morning at tho board of trade
rooms, to tcke into consideration the mat
ter of aid for Memphis and other south
ern citlot whero yellow fovor exists. It
it hoped that overy merchant and citizen
who can, will bo pretont at tVe meeting
and contribute wbatovor they can to tho
rollof fund, Tho object It a worthy one,
and should not be overlooked.
Wk havo often hoard ladioj oppress a
desire to know by what process tho flno
gloss obsorvod on linens, shirt-bosoms, etc.,
is produced; and in ordor that they may
possess the socrot, and thereby plousu their
husbands twico u woek wth a white and
glossy bosom front, wo append the receipt:
Mako gum-arabic powdor, put it into a
pitcher, and pour on it a pint of boiling
water (according to tho degroo of strength
you require,) and thon having covered it
lot it stand all night. In the morning
pour it carefully from tho dregs into a
clean bottlo, cork it and keep it for uto.
A tonspoonful ot cu.tn-wator, stirred into
a pint of staroh that has boon made in tho
usual mannor, will give to lawns (olther
whito or printod) a look of nownoss when
nothing else can restore thorn aftor wash
ing. It U good (much dilutod) for the
whito muslin bobinet.
"A ricw years ago," tay an oxchangOj
" Mr. Hall, hvlng invented a mowing
machine, proposed to the citizjns of Can-
hat tho; should loan him $10,
havo gathorcd : Two Immcnso agricul
tural manufactories ono ol plows exclu
sively, ono of mower knives, ono of sad
dlery and harness, two of furniture, one of
horse rakei, ono of farm wagons, ono ol
cultivators, ono of wrought-lron bridges,
and ono of soap, betides a largo numlor
of others, more or lets cxtonslvo.
Thoto mentioned aro not small concerns,
tho machino interest alone supporting
2,500 pooplo. Tho tpwn bat trebled in
population, quadrupled in wealth, and is
still pushing forward in that direction."
Tho above furnishes striking proof that
ono manufactory builds another. The
town that can by any hook or crook, on
ctrago hi liberal donations, substantial
manufactories will surely bo tho gainer
in tho long run, F.ach additional one adds
to much, to our productive industry.
and s'j many mora pursont to con
sumo tho wares of our merchants
and mechanics, bcsidel enhancing ' tho
valuo of our real estate
It seums lometimei like an arrogant pro
position for a wnll-to-do manufacturer to
aik a bonus for tho location of a lu
crative business j but if by a donation of
$6,000 or $10,000 wo can tocuro well paid
employment for ono or two hundred o
our laboring men, and tho permanent in
vestment of $100,000 or $200,000, wjth a
prospect of its increasing to a halrtntliion
in a fow years, tuch a donation would be
the Lett investment of rnonoy wo could
inako benefitting not only the capitalist,
but all other classes, even to tho day
laborer, by furnishing him regular and re
TH H EGYPTIANS.
Caiuo, Ills., October 0, lfc"3.
AIr. IIullbtin: The statement in
your last Usuo to tho offset that the
Egyptian baso ball club hat dissolved, is
incorrect, l'lcaio retract. Tho Egyp
tians are yet a real live institution, and al
though a couplo of our mon havo deserted
to the enemy, we are yet able to "walk
through" anything In the baseball line in
Cairo, as our worthy secretary would say.
Lf.l It be understood then that wo claim
to be tho champion base-ballistt of of
Cairo,all boasting of the enemy to the
contrary notwithstanding. Yours,
Wetako It all back. But what do the
Nemos say to the above ? Can't thoy take
a little of the conceit out of the Egyptians ?
I. C. Ii. It , Aqent'd Omce,
Caiko, III., Sept. SO, 1873.
To persons wishing to attend the St
Louis fair to bo held at St. Louis from
October Cth to October 11th. wo will sell
excursion tickets to East St. Louis and re
turn at 0 CO. Salo of tickots will enm
menco October- 4th, and bo ditcontincd
October 10th. Tickets good until Octo
ber 16th, inclusive. Tickets will bo issued
to parties going with stock or articles for
exhibition (but to no others), on 'and af-1
Jamks Johnson, Agent
Sun pease copy. 9-30-d6t.
BY THE MAYOK.
Caiuo, 111. Oct. ,C, 1870.
To the Citizens of Cairo.
An appeal has been made by the mayor
of Memphis to the citzont of tho United
States, through tho mayors of tho various
cities, calling for aid. In compliance
therewith, I hereby requost all cilizons
who feel disposed to assist the citizens of
Memphis and Shrevcport, to meet in the
council chamber to-morrow morning
(Tuesday Oct. 7, at 10 a.m.) lor tho purpose
above stated. I cannot too strongly urgo
the necessity of prompt action in this
omorgency, as tho scourgo is still on tho
incroaeo and sickness and death aro at
almost orory door. John Wood,
THE BIG SHOW COMING TO-DAY'.
According to annou;emont, tho Great
International Mensgorio, Museum, Aqua
rium and Circus arrived in our city to
day. The furowoll exhibition was given
in Dubuque on last Saturday night, after
which everything was loaded on a special
train of bixty cars and off tor Cairo, a
run of ISO miles. The company arrived
hero to-day, and will givo their introduc
tory perfomancos to-night at 7 o clock,
which will bo'followed by two grand ex.
hibitiens on Tuesday afternoon and night.
On Tuesday morning tho
Grand Street l'arado will tako
placo introducing elephants, camels
living lion looto in the streets, etc. Every
ono who can should witness this grand
free display us it is, wo aro Infbrmod,
thn most elegant street pageant that wo
have ovor had hero. Wo aro informod that
this sorithlan show did an immenso
business in Iowa. Daily thoir huge tents
were filled to ropletion with ontnuslastiu
crowds. Wo anticipate tho biggest thing
on whoelt that has over visited our city,
and adviso all who would got oven stand
ing room in tho mammoth tents,
to go early to the ticket wagon.
Tho oxponso of tho colloieal organization,
wo are told avoragos noarly $2,000 per
day. This Is an immonso undertaking
and it it etrango to us how it can bo
tnado to pay, but It certainly must,or with
u daily cxponso of su:h proportions it
cottld not livo long, as a big bank account
could soon ho doplcted at this rato, From
Cairo the big show will wind its way
South for a winter campaign ol two or
throo months when they will ship to
Louisville, Kentucky, thoro to relit for
tho noxt spring tour. Wo aro told that
the success of this gigantic
enterprise has boon without a
paralell in tho annuls of travelling shows.
It hat ono formidable rival, tho groat
ghowwan Barnuin. Wo aro anticipating
a raro amusomont, troat in tho advent of
the Groat International and hopo our host
oxpcctatlona may bo realized. The doors
open at 7 o'clock Monday night, and 1 and
7 p.m. on Tuosday. Tho equestrian dla
play takes placo ono hour aftor the opon
ing of tho doors. The location Is tho tame
that the Chicago show exhibited on. Tho
admission is GO cents and ono tickot ad
mits to monagerle, musoum, aquarium and
circus without extra charge, U
AYantki) Cook. A whito womuii who
bat had experience and li a competent
FINANCII MATTE 118 TIIF. CAUSE
OF THE ACT.
About half-past nino o'clock this morn
ing tho pcoplo living in tho vicinity of
Washiugtoti avenue and Fourteenth
street woro horrified by tho report that
Fred. Blankonborg, tho baker, hal com
It scorn that of late Blankonbcrg has
had a good deal bad luck in business
matters, and ono way and another has lost
contidorablo money, Thh has weighed
upon hit mind, and caused htm to be do
pondontand reckless in Ills habits. From
his wifo wo learnod that ho had on sovcr-
al occasions vowed his determination that
if tho ill-fortune that has attor.dcd bis al
most ovory undertaking of, late, did not
ccaso, ho .would put blmsolf out of'the
world, and thus put an end to his troubles.
A short timo since he spent considera
ble money in titling up tho small frame
hoo on Fourteenth street, directly in tho
retr of his property fronting on Washing
ton avenuo. Tho work on thp-.houio ws.9
about, complctod, and from which ho ex
pected to rcal'ze a har.diomo Interest m
the money Invested. But', unfortunately,
during tho itorm that prevailed on Sun
day evening, the houso was blown down,
wrecking it so badly as to rr.aVe it a ques
tion whotbor it would pay to rebuild it.
This mlifortuno seemed to make him more
despondent than ever.
This morning about nine o'clock ho went
into a room occupied by himiulf and
wife, and some of hit smaller children, as
abed-room. Ho set down on tho odge of
the bed in which tho children slept, and
after talking to his wlfo a short time ask
ed her if (ho "did not want to bo shot.'
She said no, and started to leavo tho room.
Just as sha got to tho door leading into tho
kitchon, she saw Fred put tho revolver to
bin head and flro, and immediately fall
back on the bed. In a short timo several
persons who weru in tho saloon In the
same building, and a man employed in tho
bakery, camo to bis assistance, when it
was found that tho ball had entered just
at tho edge of the forehead, and passed in
to tho brain.
Dn. Gordon and Evans wore called in,
and gave it at their opinion that tho wound
wat fatal, And that it was only a question
of timo es to how long he might livo.
At thrco o'clock Biankenburg was still
alivo, but no hopes for his rocovory woro
Died At one o'clock this morning,
Ida Mable, infant daughter of Frank and
Kato Gauolo, aged 2 years and 9 months.
Vuanral to-morrow at 3J o'clock from
the foot of Eighth' street, by special train.
Frionds of the family invited to attend.
Keierved seats. can bo secured at Hart
man's at f 1 for full course, for lady and
gentleman, or 25 cents for ono lecture.
I tako this opportunity to inform tho
citizens of Cairo und surrounding country,
that I will resumo my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about tho 1st of Dacombor.
O-liO-tf. V. L. Williams, Dentist.
Two Butteries of two Boilers, each '.M
feet long, -12 inch Dram, U H Inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valve;, Chimney and
Britchin, all completo and in first-class
ordor,'; been usod only three months. For
prico, otc, inquire ol J. T. Hknnie,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
A cure and suro provontativo. Dr. Mc
Cabo's Bonowncd Medicatod Blackberry
Brandy has acquired such a high reputa
tion for tho speedy euro of all bowol atl'oc
tlons, that unprincipled scamps havo re
sorted to almost overy reprehensible do
vico to steal its reputation and thus purpo
trato a fraud on tho public by using simi
lar bottles with similar lables to tho woll
known genuine, tlllod with a trash, deleto
riousto life and health. d&w-2-w
THE TBUTH WILL PBKVA1L.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is
chemically pure in Its combinations, and
possesses no ingredionts but such as are
harmless, hoaltby and nutritious. In
stronirth and purity, it has no equal. For
making light, sweet biscuits, rolls, wallles,
cornbread, etc., thoro is' nothing that can
comparo with it. And with bis Special
Flavorings, for cakes, plot, sauco, jollies,
etc., overy ludy U delighted thoy aro eo
much, in overy respect, superior to othors
'n uso. Grocors and doalnrs koop for sulo
hit Cfoam Baking Powdor and Special
A very largo and vuriod stock of Boots
and Shoot aro being recolvod at tho City
Boot and Shoo storo, which will bo dis
posed of at flgurot far bulow tho ruling
pricet, A full lino of Brolaski's colbrit
tod goods; gentlomon and boys' boots,
Congress gaiters, Alexis, a very boautiful
and deslrablo shoo of tho very latest ap
proved styles, and Ladies' Mines' and
Children's shoos of overy quality.
Brolaski's boots and shoos havo acquired
a universal roputation and obtained med
als of morit at ovory placo exhibitod, bo-
Ing tho very best goods manufactured,
Mr. Black is tho only and solo agont hero,
and warrants and guarantee! ovory pair
ho tolls. Cornor Commercial avenuo and
Eighth itreet. 0-30if.
Wk need not remark that tho oyster is
a good thing to havo In tho houso J ovory
hody kuows that ; hut It may bo necessary
to iay that tho best oytton in tho city
may bo found at tho oyster saloon of
Amandus Jaeckol. Ho has fitted up
room i in flno ttylo, and has mado arrange
montt by which ho will bo ablo to obtain
Gab and SteamDtling on abort notice,
Brosi' Block. y-23tf.
Judt received by Thorns
& Bro., 300
kit and SO half bbls of mackoral.
Thk very latest stylos of tllk hah for
gentlomon, Just rocelved at 01, Ohio loveo.
Chaniielieki, Brackots, Pendants,
Globes, otc, for salo at prices that cannot
bo beat, by II. F. Dlalto, Brest' Block.
Foil oas and steam fitting go to Uen
nlo's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenuo, foot of Ninth street. 0-10-tf
GinL Wanted To do tho work for a
small family. Knqulro for "O,"- at The
Bulletin oillco. l0-a-t
Just Hkceived and for salo a con
signment of choice Hams and Brcskfant
Bacon. Halliday Duos.
Flouk sample boxes ot all sizes kept
conttautly on hand or mado to order on
short notice, at Tub Bulletin bindery.
U-'.M l!w J. U. IlUKt.n, Proprietor.
'Wanted A numbor ono machinist
, Apply at dressmaker's, one duor south of
Miss Mnry Lang s milllnory store, Eighth
strctt. O-'JS 3t
Fo.t Sale Cheap. Ono span good,
young mules, also a double wagon. Will
sell them together or separately. Enquire
of Huse, Loomih it Co,,
tf No. 01 Ohio Loveo.
Wantkii Bauiieu A good harbor
can Hod a steady situation by applying ot
No. 6, Sixth street, noar Ohio loveo.
Wages $11 per week. Gus. Heim.
-Mk. Wit. Eiilkiw is anxious to inform
his frionds and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that he does his oxen lilting
in gaiters, fine boots and shoes. In fact
all his work Is done in bit own shop.
Dr. W. 11. Smith has removed his of
fice to tho second tlory of Louis Horbort's
new brick building on Eighth street, bo
tween Washington and Commercial avo
nucs, whero ho has moro comfortablo and
commodious quarters. 8-10-tf
I'. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, oilers for salo Guinness' Porter ic
lines' ales and pure Ilenncssy brandy,
and tho gonuina Asgosturo bitters, all
first-class cholera cures. Try them
Go to B, F. Blake's for everything in
tho Steam nnd Gaifittlng lino. !M!8if.
GKonrjE Lattnkh's Lunch. At Goo.
Lattner't Excoleior saloon, corner
of Washington avenuo and Four
oonth stroet, is tho plaio to get
a lino hinch. Everything is served
up in good ttylo, and Goorgn himself pre
sides to sco that all are waited upon.
A New Entkhi-iiise. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks between Cairo
and tho terminus of tho Cairo, Arkunsrt
ifc Texas railroad, mnking two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2 J o'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with tho trains on that road.
Orders for pasiongers or baggage should
bo left at Field's stable, on 10th streol.
Central HoUsk-Ou Sixth ?troot be
tween Commercial and Washington
This houso has recently undergone thor
ough repair!, and li now In firjt-clafs con
dition for tho accommodation of tho trav
eling public. Boarders accommodated on
reasonable terms. A sharti of patronago
is solicited. Mrs. T. N. Gakf.se v.
9 30-lm. Proprietress.
Just rocelved at Ehlor's, Twentieth
street, between Washington avonuo and
Poplar streot, tho finost Fronch calf, pat
ent leather and Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A perfect lit and satisfaction ns-
surod. Any porsons in noodof boots nnd
shoes should call on Ehlor's, oxamino his
stock of leathora and leave their orders,
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathist physi
cian, lato of Shawnoetown, has located In
this city nnd intonds making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, and refers to tho olllcors of tho
First Nutional bank of Shawnoetown, to
whom ho is woll known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair sharo of tho patronago of
ourcitlzons. Olllco 1 10 Commercial avo
nuo. 7 'iO-tf
LosT.Oii Tuesday , Septembor 30th, a
Ninety Days Note or Accoptanco, for two
hundred and fifty dollars, dated Septem
ber 30th, 1873, and payable to tho order
of 0. J. Hawkins. All porsons aro for
bidden to nogotlato said acceptance, as
payment lias been stopped. Tho finder
will ploaso loavo it ut Pareons, Davis iV
Co.'s Queenswaro Stniu, on Tenth streot.
3t PKTKK HUUUKSa;
Tho barber shop on tho corner of
Eighth stroet and Commercial avenuo
whore J. Goorgo Stionhouso willi hlsgon-
tlomonly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to eoutho
your feelings with a smooth shavo, or cool
your tompur and hoad with a good sham
poo. It is a llrst-class shop, and you aro
sure or rccomnt: iirst-cities treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
lifter tho most approved stylos. 8-lu-tf
1). AYKH3. K. J, A VKIiS.
A.YKKS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkyxk, Caiuo, Ills.
AUcMrIbN sTii: oF'ivci'XMED bag".
Will ho sold at unction at tho Central
Mivm. i iuri), nniiom, ou me
Beerwart, Orth & Co.'s,
NO. 136 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
To Partios Having Either
CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS,
or CITY SCRIP.
Owing to the existing financial panic, and tho tightness of tho
present currency market, wc will sell bur stock of
At greatly rcducocl prices. City
Call and examine prices and sco
We have now in stock the
COOKING STOVES :
1873 AUTUMN" 1873.
STUART & GHOLSON
Arc now showing ono of tho most attractive stock of Now
"Fall Dry Goods over shown in this city, which they oiler at
BOTTOM PRICES KOR CASH ONLY
DRESS O-OOIDS -A. SPECIALTY
Our new dress ''oods comnriso all tho cleernnt now fiihrica
and novel shading which aro now so much in favor.
Wo arc warranted in savins that nowhoro in thn mt.v will
he a hotter selection, and our prices will be as heretoro the very
lowest in this city. . 9-29-2v.
Wholo3iilo and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths
Upholstery Goods, Window Similes, Damask, Cornishes
Wishes i 'ho liuhllc to he Informed that he hax on hand n stockof Rood an cxtenslvo as
any in the SmitheiiM, and that ho Is determined to coll every article at prices lowcrthan the
I 1"" t " ux'l,ul,UJ BoodaHudpiIeun. lie will batlsfy you hoth to qmlity
HAS JtEOl'EXKl) HIS
rill lcop open day and night, ready to servo meals
at all hours, and has a private- entrance for
ladies and gentlomon, without he-
l'ng disturbed by anybody,
and is prepared to accommodato tho
travelling public, lie hasjittcd up 8 now
' rooms over tho book store, and is ready to keep
Twenty-Five or Thirty Families
fJCGivo him a call at any
,r u P
. . re
o : s
O - rt
Liverpool New-Turk ahti I'hlU.lolphit
CIDIU COXtaMJt WITH VHITID ITiTU 111) IBlTlik
Pur Carrying th Mail
FOtt PASSAGE TI0KETB
oa rvatnia I oauttioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALK, Aot
serin taken at marked value.
for yourselves that
THE LARGEST STOCK
33onti Varl oty
IN THE CITY.
hour, day or night.
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
sjKCO.XD AMD OI.IVK 8THKETS,
T. LOUIS, .
TVTI2WI.Y FITTED AND ItKFURMWED
1 throughout: stork Idt-graph In I lie Iiuum;
street entrance lighted at ii'Rlit by calcium lifli'I
baa till modern ltiiroemrnts. Conducted on lh
American ami Mirupean pian, r.uropean iao,
room l per day; ineuU Wo each. Auierlcaa
plan $2 .60 per day.
DOKIt, TllATCIlKll A CO., Proprietor.
BEMIS, BROWN k CO.,
. oay ct
Aqkktb Uomi Co