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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OHSEItriR'H ovrit'B, CilllO, 111., )
Heptcmbor lr,, 10:11 p.m., 1873
llarouietor, 30.06 degrees.
Tbeimometer, 04 degrees.
Wind louth. Velocity i nille
Maximum temperature fur last 24 hour,
Minimum temperature tor the Iut24 houri,
Prevailing wind for but 24 hours, lor.tli.
I outnumber of mile traveled by wind
during ltd 21 houri, 113.
Observer Hlgtial ."orvlce. 11. 8. A.
obn y. Ilarman. (JIiki. Tlirupp
JOHN Q. IIAHMAN A CO.,
And I. find Aifent of tho I llnoln (Vntnil
and llurllngtou aud .Missouri Railroad com-
North Cor. of 1Mb at. till Ohln
OQer (or sale at low flinirni ami v ti-m
tbe following real nstitit
Nil 1 int. in ti, n . .iii.i,,. in,.vt.
nlllir tbroUb-h tba block Irmu l-'lliii.il
Sixteenth streets, hot residence property
ourteenth streets, went nidi pood iw
wiry uweii ng home on each lot. Lots &
Stilt II ail Irtl nl , ! 1 . f . . .,
v, .j;... H iU IIUIHIU IIKIIIl'tl,
l,Ot 14. ) 'XI. clll' fill Sivlh ktr.... ..,..,,1.
iue, iicitvet'ti commercial and tVasb ivton
MO 'J Lot 7 HIIll H. U .H. .HfK.fl Ifn.ir.
tetntb and Poplar street, front on Poplar
trert, wet !!. oppolt t-j!tlcc block
20 a Hfllefltlhl tiluln,,M lilillillnu p,.Ml.
dance In nccond mory, 0 roonit, ball and
froutand rear utalrway. wateron both floor.,
,u ituwuci nun vuiiuiiiod; iiiusu;!! on norm
wet corner ot Coiumercinl avenuv and
I welltb trcet. A great bargain If old
No 4 Lot 4, b 2J, Commcrcbl avenue,
between Kourtb nnd KIlUi treeU. lit 21,
b21, on Washington avenue, between Klltb
and Slitli atreeU.
So lota lu b 20, l.t ad. High
Hiuunu. vi-iescu on car pa) menui.
No OIajU I and a. In l ft nortb corner ol
I entb and Levee ttreetr lk-i-t liu-lnei loca
tion in the city termi eauy. LoU21, 22 and
II In b l'J. lit ad., nouili uitni r i,l Twi.nili.ih
M.;:7h7.rS uc"'r,'u", ,or rcluen pu"
Nos-Teno! tbe choicest lotn, In block
7. lat addition. aliflVB vrade. Iititliul ri-.l.
PtiSX0 i:ert,fle(1 cl'ccks on
treet, owned by Capt. Hurd, Irontlni; 75
feet on .Sventh treet. and running back
2U0 fett to Sixth. Thin property U well
Known to the citizen of.Calro and vicinity at
one ol the mot complete and conemcnt
... - . .
reiiuence in me cliy. ll nil an llic cou
venlencei appertaining to a Hmt-cUm home
Tbe ground are blKhly ct
adect thrubbery and fiult In abundance
carriage boune, -table and outbuilding flrxt
claH, Owing to the removal ot Capt. liurd
tb ! property will be 'old at a great bargain,
oneaiy termi. AIo twolotton cornerTblnl
aireei anu niMUtippl leee. llie l.uee
building, formerly occupied by Capt. Hurd,
In b J, Ohio levee, "ripringHeld Mock," lor
No 10 An decant renldence with four lot
in b 07, city lor talo ery cheap it nold
aoon. lllgb ground, and premitet In a No.
No II A No. 1 cottage on Fourth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
treet. AUotwoloU running from Kourtb
to Kllth street very desirable property.
No 12 New two-story dwelling In prime
order, on Locust street, highest gronnd In
tbe city, two lot". Price l XI.
No ill An elegant residence wllh about
three acres nf ground, co ercd with all kinds
of select Irult and shrubbery, in Santa Kc
for sale cheap.
A KINK CIUNCI FOU INVESTMIXT.
We have (or sale or lease vacant and Im
proved property In all portion, of the
city. Ao over 2,00) acres of unimproved
lands In Alexanderand Pula'kl counties, at
extremely low tlgurcs, and in traotn lo suit
purchasers. We are agents for tho Illinois
Centril railroad land In this and Pulanki
counties It.lTomt lands not sold prior to
November next will pas Into other hand.
Now Istlie time to purchase,
KMMKANTH TO THE CJKKAT WEST.
We are the agents of the lturllngton and
Missouri Itallroad company, wbo oiler for
sale in Inwa and Ncbra-ka millions of acres
el the best land on the continent, on ten
years credit. 0 per cent. Interest. Maps,
pamphlets, circulars and alt necessary Infor
mation relative to tlic-e lands and now te
reach them furnished upon application.
Call at once and examine for yourslves. Ap
ply to JOHN Q. HAHMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee tts., Cairo, Ills.
Jure 7. 1873.
lll'-LAND & SAUEH,
AMI) DRALBU6 Of
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVEHY UESCUIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to the llyland saloon,
11-10 tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
ANU mCALKK IM
SioBTn Strut, Bitwrik Wabhimqtor
AKD OOMMRROIAL AVXSDEJ,
RdJolntaR BI'lenboBie stad Ilannr 'a
Keep in best or near, rora, aiuuoa veai,
Lamb, Sansane, ate., nd ar prepare.) lo serve
iii.... In ihn mml eiventeble meaner.
Sucoeiaor to James Kynaston,)
BUTOIIRB AMU DlALRR IM ALL KlMOB Ol
CORNRR NWRTRNTn AlfP l'Of LAB STi
Buy and slaughter only the host tattle,
toga and ahoep, and ia prepared to flu any
lemasd for freihmeaU from ono pound to
tea thousand pounda.
TJ T a EC -63
,AMO DRAL.R IK
kith KINDS OP FHE3H MEATS.
Hear or. Twentieth airset sssssl Vm
Hove and aliuabtari only the beat Cattle
Hois and Sheep, and Is prepared to till or
i.Ji tar tvaah MeaU front one to ten thou
1TOH COUNTY CLERK,
W aro autboricod to aohounco tbat
JitoD O. Lynch will U a candidate for
I'er County OUrk.
Editor Uui.Lrtik Please announm
my nani3 at a candidate for the office of
Joii.v C. Crowlcy.
We aro aulborlxud to announce Josxril
T. Davison at a candidate for tbe offlco
of county clerk, at tho eniuing Novemhe
olecllon, subject to tho declsslon of the
voters of Alexander county,
FOR COUNTY TREASURER,
Wu aro authorized to announce Johk II,
Go..via.v a candidate for tho office o
KlUTOK OF Till UtlLLHTIXYml will
please announce my name as the people's
candidate lor county treasurer, at tho en-
suing Is overabor election. Intending and
ae"rlnK "vi tbo peoplo, I bopo to be
elected by tho people,
Wk aro iiutborized to announce Uikam
P. Putxaii, of ller.lewood, at a candl
data for rrainlv unrlnimt,.ni .f n.il.lu
I. . .. r
. V "a"'- to --ounce Ja,
8-MJKR,of Clear creek, at a candidate
for county eorumii.lonor,
"ai."o noen soiicltud bv numerous
Voters of Aliniridur mimlr i,an..mr. .
c"uidate for tho office nf county com
misHoticr, I hereby announce that I will
b". a cnudiJate for that office, at tho eniu-
Ing November election
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
R Cunningham takes
this method of informing the
public that he still has on
hand 25 000 worth nf flr-v
"UIIU v (JriIl OI UT
ctu- lbr which he offcra
cither tllP Citv Xntinn-il or
r 'v ailOIl.tl, Or
First Yntinnnl tinnl-o r.f
Ti.UMt.sr noufclts are
scarce and in
Cocstt Clkkk Lvm-ii returned from
a visit to tbe country precincts yeeterday.
Wx regret to learn tbat Mr. Jce. Cor-
mlck, it at his home in Centralla very
Mrs. Piiii. IIowAKDand family arrived
home a day or two since, after a month's
visit to frUnds In Michigan and the East.
Tuhke new brick buildings are now in
course of erection on Commercial avonue.
Tbe fourth will be commenced in a day
J war. Ukom and Mr. Oborly will at
tend tho session of tho grand lodge of Odd
Fellows, which meets at Springfield on tbe
1 4th of this month.
The Koyal Vuddo Japancso Troupo
give their first entortainment at tbe
Atbencum in this city to-night, This is a
troupe worth seeing.
The Nemo base-ball club of Cairo has
challenged tho Idlewilds of I'aducah to
play a match game in this city. Tba time
will be fixed hereafter.
Wu. Shootv, a colored man, whipped
Jano Amount. Litllue caught William,
and Judge llross taxed him scvon dollars.
Ho will labor on tho ttreots for sovoral
Considxuaiii.k sickness has prevailed
for some time past in the ur per precincts
of this county, and a number of well
known porsoct bavo died. We aro glad
to learn, howover, that it is abating.
The commission firm of Davis & Lin
ton has been dissolved, Mr. Linton with
drawing. Mr. Davis will continuo the
business of the firm at the old stand, on
Sixth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues. See notico in an
Tue funoral services of.Mrs. Kelly will
beheld in tbo Presbyterian church to.
morrow afternoon, (Friday) at half past 1
o'i 'ocV, prompt. Meeting at the bouso at
The romains will be taken north by tbo
Mh. II. II. Williams, of Pulaski, is
putting up a new saw-mill a short dis
tance this side of Ullin. It Is said tbe
mill will be one of tho best in tnat sec
tion of country. Mr. T. O. Wilson of
this city is superintending tho work on tbe
building and seeing tbat the machinery is
The cnployei oi tbo Vincennes road
received two months pay to-dav. Oonoral
Ilunuldo, wbo has been In this city for
sovoral days, accompanied- by superin
tendent Roswoll Miller, left for Now York
this morning, During tho absence of Mr
Mlllor assistant superintendent Palmer
will bavo charge of tbo road,
1'itiiM a reliablo source we learn that tba
Cairn extension of tbe Mississippi Central
railroad will be completed within the next
forty or forty-five dayi. For th present
the depot and freight house of the new
rottd. will -a lopated ot. the Kentucky
bore, in the vicinity or tbe Cairo elty fer
ry company'! landing. t
Financial matters In this city remain
in tiatu quo. Although our bank) have
auspondtd, it does not seem lo worked any
very ieriou,i disadvantage to the business
of our merchants, They continue to do
buiipw usual, and all of them express
the greatest confidence In the banks, and
belleva everything will come out right In
We announce several new candidate!
for ofllce to-day Metin. Marchlldon and
Sandori for comtnliilonori, and Mr. Put
nam for school superintendent. Theie
are all Intelligent gentlemen, well quail
fled for the several offices for which they
' are candidal. We wlih thorn success at
the potli. Tbo have and probablr will
continue to have unobstructed paths be
a no tiarnor atiop it on tbe corner of
Eighth stroet and Commercial avenue
.where J. CJeoreo Stlenhouse with his sen
tiomeniy assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready te soothe
your feellnga with a moolh shave, or eool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It Is a first-class shop, and you are
suro of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children'! hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. 8-16-tf
Ma. Clark, chief onglneor of the 1 1 II-
nols Central railroad Is In tho city, mak
ing arrangements for extensive alteration!
in and upon the premises of the company
in this city. The local freight bouse is to
be enlarged, new wagon roads laid out
throughthelr yards, and a number of new
side track! laid down. Altogether the Im
provement! contemplated will cost consid
erable monoy, and take lotnetlme to com
Cairo, III., Oct. 7, 1873.
Presont Ills honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Korsmeyer, Moyen.Morrii and
A quorum not being prent, on mot!
of Alderman Hoblnson, adjourned toi
to-morrow (edneiday) afternooi ..
o clock. M. J. Howlrt.
Adjourned regular meeting of the City
Council Oiiauiier, i
Cairo, III., Oct. 8, 1873. 4 p. m.
Present Ills honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen HcGauley, Meyers, Morris.
,'billips, Kittenhouse and Robinson.
Mayor Wood presiding.
On motion of Alderman Kittenhouse
the reading of the minutes was dispensid
A bill for an ordinance entitled "an
ordinance to amend Section 20 of Ordi
nance No. ".relating to licenses," was read
a second time. Alderman Meyers moved
to amend tbo same by adding at the end
thereof the following words: "On which
amount they shall pay the tame at though
tbe stock wai actually on hand." Carried.
(Alderman Korsmeyer appeared and
took hit teat.)
Alderman McGauloy moved to lay
laid ordinance upon tbe table. Carried
on a division by a vote of 4 to 3.
Tbe monthly report! of tbe following
named officers wero piesonted and read,
and on motion of Alderman Meyers re
ceived and ordered filed, viz: of D. Mc
Carthy, city Jailor ; of It. A. Cunningham
city treasurer; of Police Constables Con
ant and Martin and Cain and Mehnor, for
September ; and ot F. Dross, police magis
trate, for August.
COMPTROLLER'S RETORT ON OARUAQE.
The city comptroller reported tbat be
had contracted with John Gladoey for the
removal of garbage from tbe city, two
days in each week for the sum of $75 a
month in city scrip, for the months of Oc
tober aud November. Aldorman Kors
meyer moved to table. Withdrawn. Al
derman Phillips moved lo approve tbo
contract as far as it relates to removing
garbage in October. Carried by tbo fol
lowing vote: Ayes Korsmeyer, McGau
ley, Meyers, Morris, Phillips, Kittenhouse
and Robinson 7. Nay 0.
The following bills wore presented and
read, and, on motion, referred to the com
mittee on claims, vie :
John Clancy, 1 broom lor ccuncil
chamber 9 40
II A -Cunningham, lor collecting
9160 40 sidewalk Ur.Ht'.'J percent. ,1 75
Cairo City Oat Co., 1 bbl. coal tar.. 3 00
Peter Walder, hauling a drunken
man to Jail 60
M (ilynn, buulinga drunken man to
John Gladney, removing garbage
In September 100 00
J H Obtrly, publishing September
f roceedlugs, etc 3 00
I Oborly, sidewalk tax receipt
book for county collector 14 04
Wm McIIale, city marshal, killing
and removing 44 doga outside city
It 11 Cunningham, rent of council
building for September W 00
D McCarthy, Jaller.dictlng prisoner!
in September, 2d4 days 117 00
D McCarthy, error or 33 da. s in
August report , '. 10 60
Thos Leary, hauling and rcmoviu;
4 dead cows outside city limit! ... IOC'
D McCarthy, Jailor, dlctfug prison-
era previous to trial 1;I .
Chai Thrupp, making assessment
map No. 4 lor aide walk com'n.... lo hi
Tbot Winter, 4 dayi services as
com'r In making asscsMiivnt for
sidewalk purposes under ord. bl. 20 O'i j
J Q. llarman,4 daysicrvlcesatcom'r
in making assessment forsidewalk
purposes under ord. 61 so 00
John II Uossman, 4 daya servloes as
com'r in making assessment lor
sidewalk purposes 920,and amount
paid for postage stamps, )b cents. 20 Oi
D J Galllgan, 3 days services aa
com'r in estimating cost of Im
proving Levee street 0 oo
John II Ooiiman, 3 days lervicea ai
com'r In estimating cost ol lea.
proving Levua street ,,, 15 00
John P Hely, 8 days services as
com'r In estimating cost of im
proving Levee street 16 00
John P liely, for survey, plan ind
irotlle of Lovee itreet, including
iclp 3 daya at f 10, per contract,
cash 30 00
John P Hely, 1 day's service! visit.
tng gravel ptt Oft
Wm Brackle, 6 daya' work on
Leveo street 12 38
Pater Conlan, 25 days' work on side
walk 58 .5
M K Powers, hauling 31 loads lum.
bcr at Wets, and 1) daya hauling
at 14 10 50
D McCarthy, 1.1J days' work in
charge ol chain gang 27 00
Henry Wisdom, 2(1 days' work on
streets 8 SO
Tlios Fitsgerald, 21 daya' work on
sidewalk 47 25
Cairo City Gas Co , gas consumed
In council building 3 months to
September 1 a 10
Cairo City Gas Co,, gai consumed at
Jail 3 months to September 1 1 75
Cairo City Gas Co,, gas eonanined at
tbe different engine. bouse! a
months to September 1 .11 00
' Cairo City Gas Co,, gai consumed
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1873
inro-street lamps In August.,.. 311 50
-alro city Uaa Co., gas consumed
In gy street lamp! In September., 311 50
The following bills were reported back
by the comptroller as correct, and roferred
to the olalmi committee, vie :
K Vincent, lime and drayage a
wan km, 494 feet oak uss
J H Heed. 4 dirt shovels ft nn
j a -veeo, pump lor city jail ana
other hardware ,, 27 34
On motion of Alderman Meyers said
bill! were allowed, by tho following vote
Ayei Konmeyer, McQauley, Mnycri,
Morris; Phillips, Itittonhouse and Robin
son 7. Nay 0.
Bill of Jas. Kennedy amounting lo
?37 lit for reconstructing 243 foetof side
walk on west side of Washington avenue
between Twenty-ieventh and Charles
atreeti, wai again taken up. Alderman
Itlttenhouso moved to recommit to the
claims committee. Lost on a division bv
vote of 8 to 4. Alderman McOauley
moved to allow and tbat an order on tho
treasurer be issued when tho street at the
above mentioned point li properly fixed.
Carried as follow! i Ayei Korsmeyer,
McGauloy, Meyeis, Morris, Phillips and
Kittenhouse C. Nay Kobinson 1.
The following resolution was offered,
and on motion of Alderman Mctlaulev.
Kesolvod, Tbat the Mayor bo requested
it and wllh the advico and consent of the
Ity council, to appoint a sneclal nnli
constable, whoso duty it shall bo to per
form surh services and receive such com
pensatlon as required by and paid to the
useua ouicer, unner ordinance io. V!&.
The following bills lor salaries for Sep-
tombor were presonud and read, vlr:
i Mayor...... $loo oo
"y, Uly Clerk..
i. hiifi, of Mretti
i Jlt.lth Officer
I' . ' .HM, " iTdiyV.""!!;'.'.'.'.'."..
r . limit, l'olice Megiitrate
LEVER CARRIERS REPORT,
John P. Hely, D. J. Galllgan and John
li. Uossman, the commlssionners an
pointed on August 37th last, to estimate
and report the cost of Improving Levee
street as contemplated byordinnncos Nor.
64 and 05, including labor, material and
all other expenses attending tho tame, re
ported tbe following as their estimate,
For graveling and improving Levee
street Irom S. line ot 4th street to
center line of Ctu street, 9C10 60
For graveling and Improving Levee
street, Irom center line or 0th
street to center line ol Mb street 704 40
t or graveling and improving Levee
street from center line ol 8th
atreet to center line or intli tr..t rm m
For graveling and Improving Levee
irom center line oi lotn
street to canter line of 12th street 764 40
or graveling andimproing i.evee
mreci irom cecter line or J2th
street to V. tH nf nth kir,.t
For making and levying t pedal ns-
bciiivui or tax,
On motion of Alderman Morris said
report was received and ordered filed.
NEW roLlCE CONSTABLE.
Tbe Mayor nominated W. W. Wootton
for the position of police constable to fill
the vacancy occasioned by tho resigna
tion of P. A. Conant. Mr. Wootton was
elocted by the following vote: Ayos
Korsmeyer, McOauley, Meyen, Morris,
Phillips, Rittenhouie and Robinson 7.
On motion of Alderman McGauloy, ad
journed. M. J. Howlet,
Wanted to rent, a neat cottago con
taining four or five rooms. Good tonant
and prompt pay. Address " D," Rullk
tin offico. 10-8-3t.
J CUT received at Ebler's, Twentiotb
struct, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, tbo flnost French calf, pat
ent leather and Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A porfect fit and satisfaction as
sured. Any person! in noed of boots and
shoes should call on Ehlor's, examino his
stock of leathors and leave their ordors.
R. J ON ks, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest Improvements in tho line uf his
business. Only the best ana most com
petent wcrkmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo Outclass In ovory respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Wx need not remark tbat the oystor is
a good thing to bavo in the house ; every
body knows tbat j but it may bo necessary
to say tbat the best oystors in tbo city
may bo found at the oyster saloon of
Amandus Jaockol. Ho has fitted up
rooms in lino ttyio, and has made arrango
- mt whicn he will be able to obtain
los of frosh oy.tors, which ho
, r-'i l dish up to customers In any
ii ' n. r. il upon Jaockol and try his
b vhiu, j xix
i' Lnvurty, homoeopathlst physl-
ciaii, tatu of Sbawnootown, has located In
this i-iiy and intonds making it bis homo
Tho doctor comei to Cairo well recom
mended, aud referi to the otficers of tho
Firit National bank of Sbawnootown, to
whom he ia well known, having practlcod
hii profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of the patronugo of
our citizens. Office 140 Commercial avo-
nuo. 7 '-0-tf
Notick to Pa&hknukks' On and after
Monday, October Gtb, an oxtra accommo
dation train will bo run between Cairo
and Mound City, leaving Cairo at 8 30 a,
m. Returning, leave Mound City at 9;0S
a.m. Parties wishing to attend court at
Mound City should avail themselves of
this train, Roswell Miller,
IJ. F. Hurnside, Superintendent.
Two UatteriM of two Boilers, each .4
feet long, 2 inch Drain, '2 14 inch Fluei
with flro fronti. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Ohiinney and
Brltchln, all complete and in first-class
order!; been used only three rooatbs. For
prict, etc., Inquire o( J, T. RiNXir,
9-28-tf. Vulcan Iron Worki.
Antiquity of man illustrated by paint
Woman's position In tho Uiblo;
What was Jotus? Did be rlto from tho
Kacet of mankind and their destiny
,n.. . . .
Minerals and Motals.
Prophoclcs of tho lllblo.
Prayer in tbe light of Modern Scioncc
Noah't ark scientifically considered.
Tho coming day,
We aro receiving on consignment,
large lot of prime Iowa onions, which
we offer lo tbe trade cheap, cither by the
bushel or barrel.
Reserved toats can bo secured at Hart-
man's at f 1 for full course, for lady and
gcnllema n, or 26 co&tt for ono lecture
Ca m. Illinois OctrberS. 1873
Tho firm ol i.l I.lntnn lm till ilnr
dissolved by mutual consent. E, V. Davis
continuing tho business.
1IAVIS .V I.1NTOX,
i cheerfully recommend my laic partner
.. r. ismis to mo oiu patrons ni me urm.
OUANOK OF TIM K ON THE CAIRO
AND VINCENNEM RAILROAD.
Mound City train leaves Cairo at 11:80
a.m., and 0 p. m. Arrives at Cairo at 2 p.
m., and C p. in. Sunday train leaves
Cairo nt 'J a. m., and 5 p.m. Arrives il
Cairo a. 10 a. m., nnd C p, m.
I. C. R. R , Aoknt'm UrriCE,
Cairo, 111., Sept. 30, 1873.
To pcrtons wishing to attond tbo St
Louis fair to bo held at St. Louis from
October Cth to October 11th. wo will soli
excursion tickets to East St. Louis and ro
turn at f 0 CO. Bale of tickets will com-
menco October 4th, and bo dltcontincd
October 10th. Tickets good until Octo-
bor 15th, Inclusive. Ttckols will bo issued
to parties going with stock or articles for
exhibition (but to no othors), on and ni
ter Octobor 2d.
Jamks JotiNfiON, Agent
Sun pease copy.l !)-30-d6l.
HOjTS AND SHOES.
A very large and Varied stock of Hoot!
and Shoes are buing received at tho City
Root and Shoe store, which will bo dlt
pnied of at flguros far below tho ruling
prices. A full lino of Hrolaskl's colbrt
tod goods; gontlomen and lioV boou,
Congress gailors, Alexis, n very beautiful
and deslrablo shoo of tho vory latost ap
proved styles, and Ladies' Mines' and
Children's shoes of every quality.
Drolaski a boots and shoes lmvo Acquired
a universal reputation and obtiinod med
als of morlt at every placo exhibited, be
ing the very best goods manufactured,
Mr. Black It tbe only and solo agent bore,
and warrants and guarantees evory pair
bo sells. Cornor Commercial avenue and
Eighth itreet. 0-30lf.
Gas nnd Steamdttlug nn short nnlirp,
llross' Rlock. 'J-23K.
Oo to H. F. Rluko'i for everything in
tbo Steam and Gasfitting lino. 'J-'J8if.
The very latest styles of silk hats for
gentlomen, just received at CI, Ohio lovee.
Chandeliers, Brackets, Pendants,
Globes, etc. for salo at pricos that cannot
be beat, by B. F. Blako, Uross' Block.
For uar and steam fitting go to Ren
nle's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 9-10-tf
Flour sample boxes oi all slzos kept
constantly on band or mde to order on
short notice, at Tn Bulletin bindery.
0-LM 'Jw J. C. IIuki.h, Proprietor.
Wanted Cook. A whito woman who
has had experience and Is a competent
cook,cAn have stoaily employment at good
wages. Enqulro at The IIulletin
For Sale Cheat. Ono span good,
young mules, alio a doublo wagon. Will
sell them together or separately. Enquire
of II use, Loomih A' Co,,
tf No. CI Ohio Lovoo.
Wanted Bauhkr A good barber
can find a steady situation by applying at
No, S, Sixth street, near Ohio levoo.
Wages $14 per week. Gus, Ukim,
Mr. Wm. Eiileiis Ii anxloua to Inform
bli friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that kt itoei Ms own tilting
in gaiters, tine boots and shoes. In fact
all his work is done in his own shop.
Dr. W. R Smith has lumovcd bis of
fice to the second story of Louis Herbert's
new brick building on Eighth stroet, be
tween Washington and Commercial avo
nues, where ho has moru comfortablo and
commodious quarters. 8-10-tf
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourtoiuith stroot and Commercial uvo
nuo, olTors for salo Guinness' Porter A
Bass' ales and puro Hcnncssy brandy,
and the genuino Asgosturo bittors, all
Qnt-clais cbolora curve. Try thorn
A New Enterprise. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks between Cairo
and the terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
A Texas railroad, ranking two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2)o'clock, p. in., making close con
ntctlon with the trains on that road,
Orders for pasiongeri or baggago should
be left at Field's stable, on lOlh itreet.
Central Uouue-Oii Sixth itreet be
tween Commercial and Washington
Tbii bouso bai recontly undergone thor
ough ropaln, and li now in Arit-olau con
dition for tha accommodation of. tbt,rav
ollng public. Boardora accommodated on
reasonable termiv A inara of patronage
U lollcltwL, Mm. T, N. GiriNET,
9 30-lm, Proprietress.
Liniments ron Horses Aro slways
irritating anu ncnting, operating upon
tho principlo of countor irritation. Prof,
"Andorton'i Dormador," on iho contrnry
t. ii .1.,. .
i unco oouung niiu suoiuing. it, seems
to act chemically by illssolvlni; as it wero
tho infiammntion and soroncss, nnd dis
persing all diseased action in n short time,
restoring tbo part to soundness and health
Seo advertisement in another column.
NEW ADVERTISEM MNTS
MEKCIfA NT TAI 1,0 R 1 NG
hi oiiio i.Krr.K,
Tbe largest line ol cloth nnd piece good
of the Uncut quality, ami grcatrM nrlcty
ever brought to thl market. 'I'lic-e good-
were nought at prices ttmt rimlilo uin to
sell thorn at trn per cent, lowur ll.-nrp ill in
any hou.c In Cairo.
GUARANTEE GOOD FITS
ami ontlro satlalactlnn In ovcry report.
We also keep n full and complete stock of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
KKADY MADE CLOTHING,
-A. T IX E W E XT JVT '.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
OITOKEK ! ami 10.
'osltively the only ntiiwnralirc In tills city
lirior 10 iiieir i eiuru to
Japan, of tho
GREAT ROYAL YEIHIO
Connlstlng of Sixteen Star Artists irom
the linperiulTlicutre, Yetldo.
Tho only company which linn ever had the
uonoroi appearing ucioro tho Jllkiido, tho
prcPiit .Monarch ol Japan.
t37Adm.ion fiO cents; Iloerved Scat
76 cent; to boccurcil nt lUrtman's store,
without extra charge. Door-i open at 71
o'clock; performance to comnicneu nt t
o clock. .). C. IIahci's, .Manager.
O. L UA.Mi'nEi.l., General Agent.
AUCTION SALE !
I will offer for nalc on
FIJI DA Y, OCTOIUIK 10, AT D A. 31.
At ray iialesroomt,
ID.t C'oiiinieroliil Avenue,
Tho entire stock ol
FKUD. A. ltOSIC, Dcccaaoil.
The stock con-Utof thu follow In
a mo goous :
1 Lot Suspondors; i! Pieces Ciudtiicr
7 Dress Coats; 1 do do
1 1 Pairs Jeans Pants; fi do ,i0
I Pairs Pants, 5 do
1 Pieces Corduroys; I do
li Pieces Mole Skin; 2 do
2 Pieces Volvotecns; !l do
1 Pieco Salinotte; fi do
I I'lvcu lien t-l, I ,u
1! Pieces Cnssiniorc:
Shirts, Drawers nnd Handkerchief. In
fact tho cntiro stock of
MERCHANT TAILOHS 0001)3
will bo J-oIil. It is impossible to mention
c pry thing,
I would advLc tho.o wishing to pun-lKne
to call and examino thu good, ai tho sale is
posltttu mill without ri'u'nu.
DAN. HAIIT.MA.V, Alitlouci-r.
The great (li-cui-ry or 11m
ago. Thoro Ihiio jialn htuli
tho (Villain- I.lhimthtwillnot
relime, no hWclllug which It
will not t-ulnluu, and no lame-nch-i
which It will not cun-.
- I'hU l trong langna"c. but
uTihivuw. .nu. .bin lit, IllllUOIIg
lejiwrKe tlio rcclno N nrlnteil mmnii
each bottle. A circular containing cortlll.
"uimiriui cures oi riic-lllllilllpli),
neuralgia, lock-jaw, fpralus, swelling-,
burns, "calils. (-akiiil.hrini.t. nni.M,,,.,.
bites, friijin loot, i;out. saltrlH-imi.oar.acho
ivu., mm win rucijio oi ino 1,1 ill incut will liu
cent gratis to anjono. It U tho moct won.
"Icrful healing and pain relieving ugent tho
world has uti-rprndilcotl, Itsells as no ar
ticle ever berore did cell, and It ells because
It does just what It prott-n.N to do. One hot
tie of tho Centaur l.inlmciit lor animals
(yollow wrapper) is worth n hundreil dol
lars for spawned, drained cri...-illml hnrH
and inulns, nnd for (crew-worm in i-heep.
No family nr htnek-ownor can allnrd to lie
without Centaur Liniment. Trice. f,o cents
largo bottles, il. .1. II, Kofo ,t Co.. rri
llroadwny, Now York.
CASTOltIA Is nioro than a Mibtltutu lor
Castor Oil. It Is the onlv SAIV. nrtlelH In
cxlstcneo which Is mru to n-gnluto tho bow
cN, euro wludcollc and produce natural
sleep. It Isplcasant totako, Cliililrennocd
not cry and mothers may sleep iO-7 wiy
8 S sr. -
Llierpool New.Tuih aliil rhlU-lflpliu
DNVSU COSTHiCI WITH CKITSU ITA1 II i'K Sllltlll
Par Carr;lna thu Mails
FOR PASS AO E TI0KET8
oa rrarnaa I oamTioi
XPPLY TO JOHN O. DALB, Aot
15 HrcsJwiy New. Tor, urlo
BKMIS, BROWN & "CO
Aqintb Hohi Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
WHITE & CO.,
(Successors to L. Jorgemen,)
Sta PLn and Fancy O iiocekie.
HATS, OA PS,
ROOTS, SHOES, Ac.
And In Country Produce of all kinds.
Comer of Ttrcnlletli street,
KTTA Slinnl v of rhnlcn liuttcf from nnrlli
el it dairies coiit.i tly onli.iuil.
(Successors to II. lllxby.)
and iin.tLr.ns in
Col'KTUV PrtODL'CltOF ALL KlNPS,
Hotucen Eighth and Ninth Srcets.
Ilavlnt' wircbajo.l lb,. ntlrn ktnl; nf II.
lilNby and udilcil to it very materially, we
ak a eliaro oi public patronage.
IV Ill I .... ...... i. .... .. ... . .
,. ,i , iii nuui u li ii:iiiii lioilllllg mil Hie UCSl
gooil, ami will oil nt a rlntn mirtrlii.
(lood lellercd In aii p-i. u w city
free oj charge. (i.-.'i )m
(Successor to II. Thlclcckc.)
n. iilcr tu All ltlnita
IIKTWKKN TXNT1I AND ELEVKNTII BTRUKTS
Hjiiiigptircliaaed tho grocery ctalllsh
mcntof II. riilclucko, I !inll nlwnys keep
nu li mil n (ulliuiil rrci-h supply ol ullthn best
nootl In my line, to lie round In the market.
Ity trlut attention to tiui.tnc, nnd lair deal.
ItiK. I bopo not only to retain all tho custom
tho plant has enjoyed In tho pat, but to add
to tho lUt many new patrons. Asking a
lair h:iro of public patrnnazo.
Respectfully, Hkkma.n Sciimetzstoiii-p.
li. b l'ARER,
(Successor to Parker V Wake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
witTuo-w o-Xiv. a a.
Snd Iho eclebrttnd illnmlnatln
Daoaa'LOiutiNn cop 1 Itb ST. a com
"in - 1 1.1.) VOIR.
G It A N I) ESYSGI IEM K EVERKNOWN
CtRAND GIFT CONCERT
KOR TI1K IIKNEPIT OP TlIK
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
l'J.OOO CASH (JI1XS $l,.-iOO,000.
KVKRY KlI-'TII TICKKT DRAW-A GIFT
$250,000 FOXl J3GO
Tho Kourtb Grand (lift Concert author
l.i il In- special act or tho Legislature tor tho
lienelltol the Public l.ihrarv ol Kentucky,
will take pl.iee In the Piibflo Library Hall
at I,ouls(le, Ivy.,
Wi:i).Vi:sl).Y, DKCEMRKR 3, 167.1,
Only Slxly thousand tickets will bo sold,
mid one-hall ol those aro intended lor tho
Ktirnpean markut, thus leavfiur only 3D,(H)0
lor kiIu In tho I'liiti-il .States, where 100,000
wero dlpoeil of tor the Third Concert,
l lie iitl..-t., are iliiilud Into ten coupons or
parts, and have on their back the .scheme,
u Ith n full oxplatiatluu of thu moilo ol tlraw
UK. At tills roiliTt. which Hill be the uraiul.
ot miiKlcal display ever wllncseil lu this
country, tho tiniirvcedcntod sum of
ilUUteil Into cash gilts will be dlMrlb-
tllt-il by lot among tho ticket-holders. Tho
numbers of Ihu ticker.- to hu iJnum Irnm
ono wheel by blind ihildrcli, and tho gilts
LIST OF CUTS.
Ono Grand Cash Gilt $2M,000
Ono Grand Cash (Hit iso.irh)
One Grand Cols (lift f)0,0(K
One (Iranil Cah (lilt ''.Yimiii
One Grand Cah (illt 17.M
10 Ca-h (lilts illi,("H) each 100,000
30 Cash (lilts fi.ooo each 1W.000
M Cnsli (iltts 1,000 each. .. . 00,000
0 Cash Gilts rKH)eaeh 40,000
100 Cash (lifts 100 each IO.t'00
1WI Ca-h (litis ikH) each 4.Y0OO
'J."iO Cash (iiltx Uoo each ro.ooo
:t." Cash Gilts 100 each .! rss)
1,000 Cash Gifts fiOeach W.000
Total, l'J.OOO Gilts, All Cash,
'I ho dlstrlliution will lie noslt ve whether
all thu tickets are sold or not, and the l'J.OOO
gills all paid In proportion to the tli-ketssold
ait uiisoui ueieisi)erjg uesiroveo as m mu
Plrst tied Second Cuneerls nnd not repre
sented lu the draulng.
l'RK'H 01' TICKETS.
Wholu tlckoti, SM.OOj Halves. 25,00;
Tenths, or each coupon f."i,00; Kluvcn
Whole Tickets lor 3.W.0O: ";u Tickets for
$1,000.00; 11.1 Whole Tickets tor 6,000.00;
J-J7 Wiiolo Tickets for $10,000.00. Kn dls
count on lei-s than rKW.Worth ot Tickets
to a time. , , ,
Tho tinnarallolfld sueeon oi ino iuiru
Gilt Coucuit us well as the satis-
lacllou given by "nu
s.H-niiii makes it only necessary toaiinouuco
tho I'ourth to Inniru tho prompt salo ol ov
cry ticket. Tho I'ourth Gilt Concert will
be conducted iunlllU details like tho Third,
anil roll particulars may bo learned Irom
,reul.trb which will bo sent tree from thia
ollleo to all who apply iorthciu.
Tickets now ready for salo and all ordtra
accompanlrd by tho monoy promptly illled.
Liberal terms given tu thoso who buy to sell
again. THOS. K. lIltAMLh'n'K,
Agen runiio i.iurary jvemueay anu jhui-
CITT KJITIO.IAI. 1UNK BCIKPIJIO. t' VS'ii.i.ice i
S3T8pcUl attention paid to order
steamboats, night or day.