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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OHBRItVBH'M OfKICK, CAIRO, III!., I
September ir, 10:11 p.w . 1873.
Haroiueter, 90.06 degrees.
'1 lietmometer, 04 degrees.
Wind inilth, Velocity 4 tulles r
Maximum tLuirittiit t lor lit 'U hourf,
Minimum temperature ll tbelast'.!! hours
Prevailing wind Inr last 'II hour.', sot.lb
'lolal number r miles traveled by wlud
during last '41 hnuis, 1 1 U.
Kb WIN OAKLAND.
Observer Signal Service. II.. s. A
ibn J. lUruiiii. (.'has. Tbrupp
JOHN Q. UAIIMAN A CO.,
N OTA It IKS l'UHLIO
And Laud Age t.t of tbe I'llnoU Central
DU llurlliiKt'in uii.l .Mioiirl Railroad cum
ttorib Ur. f ails II. and Ohl Lasaa
Oiler lor sale at low figures and racy term
biiu lunun hjk real --u. :
no. i a 101 in me "lllilKe lilock" run-
lung turouKii llie lilock Irom Hltecnth to
Mxtecnth street-, bout residence iiropertl
iu llie city. Lot- :i and 4 b !, city, Wash-
niuiu uitnur, ueiween inirieenin and
1-oiirteentli streets, west side good two-
torjr uneiiuii; House on cacil lot. I.OII
hmiI 0, adjoining tbe lat before limned
l.otlt, b rlty, on Mxtb street, Koutb
tide, between Commercial and Washington
! i! Lota 7 and M. It IIS. corner ol Four.
teeiitb and 1'oplar streets, front on 1'oplar
urn, mm nine. opposite iiosi-oruce block
No 3 Siiletnllil business luilldlnif. rest
dence In oecond story, u room, bull and
trout anil rear stairway, wuterou botb floors,
In number one conditfou: situated on north.
went corner ul Uouiinercial aventlv and
Twelltb utreet. A treat Urxalri If wild
No 4 l-ot 4, b 'JJ. Commercial avenue,
between I'ourth mid Filth tri-etn. l.ot '.'I,
b'2'1, on VabiiiKtou aeime, between Klltb
ami NX Hi street-.
.So r-Slx lot In I. l, 1st ad. Hlgb
Kiuuiiii. vivacn ou easy iiaj menu.
No (i Lots 1 and '1. In b ' north corner ol
1 entb and Levee street. Kent bulues loca
tion In the city term easy. Lots',.1, 'tl and
'1 In b 1!), 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth
anu i-opiar streets. Alio tbrec lots in court
bonne block, fronting on 1'oplar strset.
No 7 Lot IS anil .III, b 7t south side ol
Twcnty-tlrst street, opposite "Cinvent
Block" very desirable lor reildem:e pin.
No H Ten ol tbe cbolcext loU, In block
17, lt addition, above tirade, beautilul reil
ilence location, will be sold at a great ,ir.
gain. We call particular attention to tbli
propertr at It will b kold very low.
Noli Tlut elegant residence on .Seventh
treet, owned by Capt. Hurd, tiontlng T.'i
fi'et on .uventb "treet, and running back
Jim lett to fllxtb. TbU property in well
known to tbe citizen or Cairo and viciultv a
olio ol the rnot complcto and convenfent
reiddeticei In the city. It ban all the con
veniences appertaining to a llr-t-cUn- boinc.
The gronmia are blgbly embellltbed with
elect nhrubbery and Irult In abundance ;
carriage house, .table and outbuilding tlrnl-
clann. Owing to tbe removal ol Capt. Hurd
thii property will be old at a great bargain.
oneaoy terim. Alo twoloUou cornerThlrd
treet and Minnixlppl levee. The l.eveo
Knil.tl.... rr... ...i.. ..!. i... -... ii,
.........., .uiii.iij ui.i.niicu ifj IIIIIU,
Inbil, ulilo levee, ".'prluglleld lilock," lor
No 10 An elegant residence with fourlotn
In b U7, cltj lor aale very chaap it cold
oon. High ground, and premlnen in a No.
No 11 A No. 1 cottage on Fourth ntreet,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
treet. AIo two Iota running from Kourtb
In Klltb ntreetK very dctlrable property.
No la New two-ttory dwelling In prime
order, ou Loctitt street, highest gronnd in
the city, two loti. l'rlcc It :!00.
No lit An elegant residence with about
three acre of ground, covered with all klhili
of nclct fruit and shrubbery, in Santa Fe
tor f.vle cheap.
A KINK CIIANC (OK I.NVISTMINT.
We have lor sale or lease vacant and Im
proved property In all portion of the
city. Alo over fe.OOO acres of unimproved
lamU In Alexander and rulaskl counties, at
tztremely low tlgurea, and In tract to suit
purchaser". We are agent for tbt Illinois
Central railroad lands in this and l'ulatkl
counties. Kallroad lands not old prior to
November next will pai Into other hands.
Now i the time to purchase.
KV1CJUANTH TO THE OKET W1T.
We are tbe agents, of the llurllnirion and
tllinourl ICiilroud company, who oiler for
ale In Iowa and Nebraska millions of acres
ol the best land on the continent, on ten
years eretlit. 0 per cent. Interest. Maps,
nampniii-, circulars aim an necessary inior
uiatlou relative to those lands and bow te
reach them furnished upon application,
Call at onco and examine for yourslves. Ap
ply 10 .lima t, iiakha. a cu.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee its., Cairo, Ills,
.In-e 7. 187a.
1IYLAN1) & SAUKH,
AND DUUU IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVK11Y OKSCKIPI'lON,
Corner lOtb stroet and Commercial aveuu
next door to tbe llyland saloon,
11-10 tf. OAIHO, ILLS.
AND HKAI.ICK IN
FF ESH MEAT,
KlOBTn STUICT, BaTWXBM Waihimotoa
AND OoUMlaOIAL AvKMUU,
AdJolsitBsT Mt'lesilsoBBe staid Haaay's
Keep lbs bsst or Beef, Pork, Mutton Veal,
Lamb, Sausage, ate., nd are prepared to serve
tltusns in tbe most acceptable meaner.
(Successor to James Kynaston,)
BOTOnitB AND OHALIB IV ALL KlMUi OF
Corner Ninbtxnth and 1'oflar an.,
Buys and slaughters only tbe best cattle,
hogs aud snoop, ami Is prepared to nil any
lemaid for fresh meats frota one pound to
tun thousand pounds.
AND riKALKR IN
khh KINDS OF FRESH MEATS.
gear cor, Twentletb MlrMt ! Com.
Ituys and Uughteri only the belt Cattle,
Hojrs and Sbeeu. and It prepared to nil or
Jers for Kresh Meats from one to ten thou-
FOR COUNT y CLERK.
W are authorised to announce that
Jacob 0, Ltm.h will be a candidate fur
Editor Bulletin--.'lease announce
tuy nams m a candidate fur tb office of
county clerk. John C. Cnowi.tr.
W. afd Authorized to announce JosxfU
T. Da v no as a candidate for tbe office
of county clerk, at tbe eoiulng November
election, subject to tbe declulon of tbe
voters of Alexander county.
KOK COUNTY TKKASUKKK.
We are aulhoriied to announce John 11
Oossuam a candidate for the office of
Kditoh or Tun Hui.i.rn You will
please announce my name a tbe people'i
candidate lor county treasurer, at tbe en
suing November election. Intending and
desiring to serve tbe people, 1 bope to be
elected by the people.
8-20td William Martin.
COUNTUY SUPriTuTTTKN DKNT
We are authorized to announce Mrs. S,
E. Drown, of Thebes precinct, as a candU
date lor superintendent of school.
1'I.kasc announro me as a candidate for
Superintendent of I'ubtlc Instruction of
Mm. I. A.Tavi.ok.
Witare authorized to announce 11 IK AM
'. Putnam, of Hazlewood, s a candi
date for county superintendent of public
COUNTY COMMISSION Kit.
Wt are authorized to announce James
L. SiNtiKR,of Clear creek, as a candidate
for county commit. loner.
Having been solicited by numerous
voters of Alexander county to become,
candidate for tbe otll.'e of county com
ruissioncr, I hereby announce that I will
be a candidate for that oftlro, at the ensu
ing November election.
Hirtii M amciiii.hok.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Fcatuxhs at II. Levy's, iM Ohio levee,
ia any ouanity from to 1000 pounds.
Mr. IIemhy AtHToN is again confined
to a sick bed with hemorrhage of the bow-
HiucMUKK tbe meeting of the cham
ber of commerce this morning. The elec
tion of president is the business to be
tl. levy, 3 Ubio levee, bas lor sale a
choice lot of new feathers, which he will
sell in quantities to suit purchasers. Call
early, a he desires to dispose of them.
1'rok. Ciiarlks IIakiiv desires to In
form tbo public that be will open his
dancing academy on or abeut November
20. Due notice of time and place will be
given. 10-U at
I.v an item publisbud in Tut Bulle
tin of yesterday morning we stated that
Mr. Geo. . Lounsbury of Mound City,
had beun elected Grand Master of the
Masons of Illinois, which is a mistake.
He is Doputy Grand Master.
To-DAT at tbree o'clock tbe Nemo base
ball club and the Kiverside club of Mound
City will play a match gamo in this city
on tbe Kgyptlan ground. There is no
doubt tbe game will be the most interest
ing played here during tbn season.
Ma. T. N. KiMnmroH, carpenter, shop
near tbe corner of Tenth street and
Washington avenue, is prepared to do
any and all kinds of work In his line. lie
is a thorough workman, and guarantee
satisfaction. Give him a call. See card
In another column.
A New Kntkiipkibe. Dr. H. F. Fiold
will run a lino of hacks betwoen Cairo
and tbe terminus of the Cairo, Arkansas
& Fcxaa railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2o'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with tbe trains on that road.
Orders for passengers or baggage should
be left at Field's stable, on 10th street.
Toothache. Moisten a bit of cotton
with Dr. Miller' Magnetic Balm, put it
Into the cavity of the tooth or on the gum
by the side of it, and bathe the face with
tbe Ilalm, and it will trouble you no more,
2i cents pays for a bottle of the Balm.
See advertisement In this paper.
Dk. Kansom'i Hive Syrup and Tolu,
or Honey Syrup, Is not a quack medicine.
It is prepared by a regular physician of
over twenty years' practice, who used it
many years with great succosi in his large
practice for tbe cure of Croup, Coughs
and Colds, among the children, and nearly
all of bii families kept the medicine in the
house to be ready for a sudden attack.
Only 2S cents.
Admitted Hist. Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder ie universally admitted
to be the bolt in uio, and having uied it
for a number of years we have no hesita
tion lu adding our testimony as to iu mer
its. There li nothing deleterious In lit
composition, an important consideration
in view of the numerous preparations put
up and palmed off, without considerations
as to their effect upon tbe health of tbe
consumers. Dr. Price's Special Flavor
ings, extracted from the fruit, are really
the most desirable flavors we ever used,
We bavo rtcelved tho first number of
tbe 'National Crop Reporter' published at
Jacksonville, Illinois, under tbe manage
ment of Cbas. Vf. Green, Esq , secretary
of tho ' National Agricultural Congress.'
It Is as It claims, " devoted to facts rather
than fancy, to utility rather than enter
tainment," and will prove of great assist
ance to business man, particularly those
dealing directly or Indirectly with the ag
ricultural products of tb country. Ac
charts or maps during the year, showing
tbe location respectively of the corn,
wheat, cotton, tobacco and sugar produc
ing crops, giving such information as to
averages, product, etc. as can be best
shown to the eye,
Tbe paper has received tLe endorsement
of the boards of trade of St. Louis and
other cltlos and we recommend It to all
our business men.
Mrs. M. Jai'kson, at her old stand on
Commercial avenue, opposite Klllott &
Hay thorn's, bas just received her slock of
fall and winter goods. This stock com
prises millinery goods of all kinds; hats
and hornet, trimmed and unlrimraed;
feathers, flowers, and ribbons in all tbe
new shades and at all prices ; bonnet and
bat frames in all the fatblonable shapes;
fine velvets, Jet trimmings, sash ribbons,
collars and undersleeves, newest styles of
high combs; tbe new velvet belts with
steel buckles; a beautiful assortment of
mourning flower, mourning collars and
undersleeves; a beautiful line nf vails
and vailing; chitdrene cloaks and hoods,
and ladies suits, neatly and durably
made according to tbe latest patterns.
Mrs. Jackson's goods are all marked In
plain figures at the lowest prices, "quick
sales and small profits " beine her motto.
She cordially invites the ladies of Cairo
and vicinity to rail, and hopes to receive
an increase of the patronage so liberally
bestowed upon her in tho past.
On Monday last Sheriff Irvln arrested
a man named Charles Sbelton, who, in
company with two other men, some ten
years ago, murdered an old man by the
name of Price, who was at that time pro
prietor of a concert saloon in the two
story framo house on Commercial avenue,
north of Tenth street. Price bad on his
person when murdered about ninety dol
lars in money and a watcb, and it was for
this that he was murdered. Some yean
ago 'William Butler, one of tbo murder
ers, was arrested, tried, convicted re
sentenced to tbe penitentlarv for life
Butler is at this time steward of tbe Den-
Itentiery, and is said to be a 'first-class
man" In bis position, and well liked by
tbe officers of the prison. On Mondav
when tbe steamer Sllverthorn arrived
here, Sbelton was found at work on her
as a deck band. He was taken In charge
by Sheriff Irvln, and lodgod in the county
an. i be third party to tbe murder is
known, and in all probability ho too will
soon be peoping through the bars of the
Alexander county jail. Sheriff Irvln Is
just now devoting his attention to 'bring
log in" a few of tbe old-time murderers of
this county. After a while they will all
have been caught, and then he will go for
the later day rascals.
AN ANSVKKTo "KG YPTIA N."
Editor Bulletin : la the ever correct
and truthful f?) 'Sun of yosterday we no
tice an article alluding to us as members
of tbo Egyptian base-ball club. Please
allow us to correct "Kt-vntlanV .-rn-
We do not belong to the Egyptian but to
tbe Nemo club. We left tbe first named
club for many reasons, among them we
will give a lew prominent ones :
First, There was no attendance at regu
Second, In every match game played
there was not a full nino of tho cl ub pres
ent, and substitutes had to be taken from
tbe Modocs and outsiders.
Third, Tbe base-ball rules say there
ball be one captain. The Kgyptalns bad
from nine to fifteen (their full number of
.Fourth, There was no secretary more
than one-third of tbe time.
Filth, The constitution and by-laws
were never respected and when linos were
Imposed they were remitted by a vote of
the few members who chanced to be pres
ent at the meeting.
Wa belong to tbe Nemo club, ezpect to
play with them as long as tbe club is con
ducted on tbe right principles: but when
It becomes an excuse for quarreling we
ill Did Ibern, as we did tbe Egyptians,
wieu. J. R, Bowles.
D. V. Fbosi.
A. M. Frost.
Cairo, Octobor 14, 1873.
AT THE ATHENICU.M.
OCT. 17, 18, 19, 20, SI, 2'i, 23, '2i, 25, 'JO, 27
Admission : Gent and lady to on lec
ture, 50 rents ; gent and lady to tbe full
course, $1. Reserved seats for full course,
t eura, or conta a night.
Antiquity of man Illustrated by paint
"Woman's position in the Bible.
What wa Jesus? Did ho rise from the
Kacos of mankind and their destiny 11
Minerals and Metals,
Prophocles of the Bible.
Prayer in the light of Modern Science.
Noah's Ark scientifically considered.
The Coming Day. octlMt
The Cairo Casino will give a social ball
In Washington hall on Monday evening,
November 3, to which all their friends are
invited. Tickets 1, at the door.
J. Kckiilxr, )
P. Ukim, Corn.
1015 01 C. WiiiER. i
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Thora will bo a meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce on "Wednesday, October IS,
at 10 a.m., for the election of a president
of tho board, to fill tbe vacancy causod by
tho resignation of Mr. Hurd. Other bust
ness of importance will be brought before
tbe board, and a full attendance of its
members is desired.
I0--1 3 Sec'y pro tern.
By tho Cairo Turngemsinde for tbe
benefit of the Memphis sufferers, Tuesday
evening, October iil, at Phlllls' hall. Ad
minion 50 cents,
W. P. KUCHENHKCKE,
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER lo,
Price Current OrnuE, i
Monday Lvrnino, October n, 1873.
We are glad to note some signs of I
provoment in business, as is Indicated In
tbe Increase of sates In leading articles In
our reports of to-day, Tbe general feeling
in noances is better, and stronger, and al
though money continues scared the confi
dence of merchants gencrslly In the final
outcome from tbe financial muddle and an
ear. resumption of currency and active
traoo, grows stronger every day.
Prices on all loading articles are well
sustained. Corn, oats and meal are high
er. Flour is a little dull and weak but
Ibis is believed to be only temporary.
Correspondents will probably notice an
apparently large margin between our quo
tations and those froia New Orloans. In
order that they may understand this, we
beg leave to Inform them that our mer
chants are obliged to pay In New Orleans
C and i per cent, premium for currency,
and r, pr cent, for exchange. "We hope
this state ol things wil not long continue.
A lew bales of cotton have been receiv
ed and sold within a day or two, here, and
it Is predicted that tho day Is not far dis
tant when Caiio will claim this staple as
one of the leading articles In hor market.
."Correspondents should bear In mind
that the prices hero given aro for round
lots. For broken and small lots and in
flUIng orders higher prices must be
FLOUR The market is very quiet but
not more so than way be e .pected until
currency becomes more plenty. Pi ices
eonllnue uncbsnged. Dealers would be
willing to make concessions to efl'ecl cash
sales, but show no anxiety lo soil on credit.
Our report of sales embrace K00 bbls as
follows. 150 bbls various grades, $0 to
7 oO; 100 bbls superfine. 4 75; 00 bbls '
various grades, G to 98 00, 400 bbls vari
ous grades, $5 to $8 50; and 100 bbls do
$7 to $fl 50.
HAY We note a steady demand for
choice grades at $1718 del. Common
and low grades generally nre neglected.
Prairie hay Is not wanted at all, as only
an occasional car can be used In the local
trado. Sales reported for the last two days
wero 1 cars choice del. tl"l 7 50; 2 cars
prime $10 del.; 1 car common $15 60 del.;
- can prairie aoi.?iz w
CORN There is a good local demand
for whlto for milling purposes which pres
ent receipts are In adquate lo meet. The
shipping demand for tbe southern market
is very small owing to tbe scarcity of cur
rency in New Orleans. Speculators will
not risk sales nn crsdit and there is no
cash to speak of. The price cf corn in
that market would warrant an advance
of 2 to 4 cents here if it were nnt for tho
risk to be taken in making shipments and
the high price of exchange and currency.
we note sales or a cars white in bulk on
track 48c; 3 cars yellow in sacks del. 53c,
ana 10 cars mixed in sacks del. 60c.
u A. 1ft The market Is bare. Orders
are accumulating with no receipts. Pri-
cs are quoted stiff to-day at 3Cc Bulk,
ana i-iii sacaej. salts were one car mix
ed, tacked and del. 40c; 3 cars choice mix
ed del. 43c; 2 cars mixed del. 42c, and 1
car white sacked and dul. 45c.
CORN M K AL The supply on the mar
ket Is exhausted and receipts are very
light. Prices aro firm at tbe advance
quoted. Sales, 1 car steam dried del.
$2 75, and 300 bbls steam dried del $2 75.
iiriAine market is very quief IU
celpts are small but they are fully equal to
the demand, Prices are quoted $13 per
ton sackod and del.
BUTTER Choice butter is scarce and
would find a ready market at 25 to :10c.
The market ia well supplied with a com
roontofair article which is not wanted
Sales reported wero 20 pkgs fair to good
2026c; 10 pkgs choice 25 to 30c.
FGGS There was very few offering to-
uay ana noiaers were asking 20c which Is
an davance of 2c over prices of last week.
Our reports comprise 1600 dozen sold at
vJitiUh.hrJS There is some signs of
improvement In this branch of the market
as winter approaches. At present the de
mand is very small. Transactions are
small, comprising 2 coops old at f3 and 7
coops young 12 25.
ORANGES -Have made their appear
ance on the market and are selling at $10
APPLES In demand and scarce. "Wo
note sales of 100 bbls of choice mixed va
riatits at 92 503 per bbl.
BACON Scarce and in demand. We
note sales of 1000 lbs country clsar sides
POTATOES-Recelpls are small and
demand good . GO bbls Irish potatoes sold
according to quality at $2 to 3 per bbl
and 20 bbls Sweet potatoes at f2 25 per
HAMS -1000 lbs suar cured sold at
CHESK-Good demand; New York
factory, tb, lll7c.
SYRUPS Tbo demand la fair r-
choice at 60ol f gal, and Nw Orleans
PLASTERING HAIR-35e per bushel.
LIMK In lota 91 25 to 91 60 V bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale f.2 50 f
BURLAPS 2 J bushels corn, 91 os
151c; do 13 ox lt)c: 4 bushaU ou van
5 bushels 21c.
BEESWAX- lb 30c.
SOAP Sbaeffer's German mottled 71n-
Champaign soap, 7,o.
TAUliUW-V H TO,
COFFEE Scarce and Arm. Java ..II.
ins; at 863Gc; Laguayra none: Rlc
prime to choice 2030c.
BUU4H-I-WM A, 12j13o.
BEESWAX 2Bo per ID.
FEATHERS S. (J. per ID 05c.
TEAS Imperial. 76cAll 26: Gun.
powder, TocAtl 25; Oolong black, 75ia
1; Young Hyson, lltat 40.
BROOMS Dull: common housa aU
at 11 60 to 2 50; cboloa and extra cooler
38 76; steamboat 4 60Q6 00.
FREIGHT Cotton. cosrrjrajti u
New York, 86o: to Borlon tl. 17
compressed, to New York 91 14; to Bos
KATES To Naw Orleans anil Vfob..
burst Potatoes. aDDlaa. ate. kiv
pound freights 25o cwt; hay 97 par
ton; whiskey 91 40 per bbl.
TU MSMPBIB-Flour, ets.SOo iter ibl:
Bound frelsrhta Ida nwt ha a ... . '
A rarol ear ring last Sunday evening.
The Hndor will be rewarded by returning
it to O. R. "Woodward.
We are receiviog on consignment, a
large lot of prime Iowa onions, which
we offer to the trade cheap, oitber by tbe
bushel or barrel,
10-9-101 llALLIDAT llROi.
First lecture Is on Friday evening, the
17th Inst. I.ecluro to commence at 8
o'clock. "Prlmltlvo races of Mankind;"
illustrated by paintings and portraits.
Tickets can bo had at Hannon's, Rock
well's, Scbucb's and llartman's. 10-14 it
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feet long, 2 Inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Fluos
with tiro fronts. Mud and Sieam drums
Safety and Mud valve, Chimney and
Britcbin, all complete and In llrst-clrss
order; been used r nly three months. For
price, etc., Inquire ol J. T. Rennik,
9-23-tr. Vulcan Iron Works.
Cairo, Illinois Octrbcr S. 187.1.
The firm ol Davis. Jk Linton liaa IliU ilur
dissolved by mutual consent. K. K, Dl-
continuing tbe business.
iiavis .v i.is rnv
I cheerfully rnrntmnenil mv Into narfnnr
K. F. Davis to the old patrons of the linn.
Gas und Stuamfitttng on short notice,
Iirosi' Block. Q-28U.
Go to II. F. Blnko's lor overvthlni; in
tho Steam and Gaifittlng lino. H-'JAtf.
Chandelier, Brackets, Pendant,
Globes, etc. for lalo at prices that cannot
bo beat, by B. F. Blako, Uross' Block.
For oak and steam fitting en to Iter.-
nie's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 0.10-lf
Wanted. A flno Coat Mukor can sot
constant work and good prices by apply
ing nt No. 2 Broadway, Paducah, Ky.
diVw-tf Merchant Tailor.
toR Sale Cheap. Ono span good,
young mules, also a doublo wagon. Will
sell thorn togothoror separately. Enqulro
of Huse, Loom ix fc Co.,
tf No. (JI Ohio Lovne.
Wanted to rent, n neat cottagu con
talnlng four or II vo rooms. Good tonant
and prompt pay. Address " D," Bulle
tin ottlco. 10-8-3L
"Wanted Cook. A whlto woman who
has had experience and is a competent
cook, can have stonily employment at good
wages. Enquire at The Bulletin
Mr. Wm. Kiiliks is anxious to inform
bis friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that he ioc- his own fitting
In gaiters, fine boots and shoes. In fact
all bis work is dono in bis own shop.
Dr. W. K. Smith bas removed his of
fice to the socond story of Louis Horbert'
new brick building on Eighth stroet, bo
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nuee, where ho has moro comfortable and
commodious quarters. 8-10-tf
r. fiizgoraia at ins rooms, cornor
Fourteenth stroot and Commercial ave
nue, Offers for salo Guinnees' Porter 4
Bass' ales and pure Honnessy brandy,
and the genuine Angostura bitters, all
first-class cholera euros. Trv tbom
K. Jones, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest Improvements In tbo lino uf his
business. Only tbo best ana most com
petent wcrkmen oinployod, and all work
warranted to bo tlrstclass In every respect
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Just roceivod at Ehler's, Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, tbe finest French calf, pat
ent leather and Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A porfect fit and satisfaction as
sured. Any persons in need of boots and
shoes should call on Ehler's, cxamino his
slock of leatbors and loitve their ordors.
Ckntral UousK-On Sixth street be-
twoen Commercial and Washington
This houso has recently undergone thor-
ough repairs, and ii now in first-class con-
ditlon for tbo accommodation of tbe trav
eling public. Boarders accommodated on
reasonable terms. A share of patronage
Is solicited. Mrs. T. N. Gakfnkv.
9 -30.1m. Proprietress.
Wk need not remark that tho oyster Is
a good thing to have In tho house ; every-
oody knows that ; but it may bo necoa.'nry
to say that the bust oysters in tbo city
may bo found at tbo oystor saloon of
Amandus Jaeckol. Ho has fitted up
rooms in tine stylo, and has made arrange
ments by which ho will bo able to obtain
dally supplios of fresh oysters, which bo
is proparcd to dish up to customors In any
manner. Call upon Jauckol and try his
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathist pbysl-
oian, late of Shawnoetown, bas located In
this city aud Intends making it his homo
The doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mendod, aud rufors to the officers of tbo
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
bom he Is well known, having practiced
bis profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair sharo of tho patronngo of
ourcitlzons. Olllce HO Commercial avo
Notice to Pamskniikks- Ou and after
Monday, October Oth, an extra accommo
dation train will be run betwoen Cairo
and Mound City, leaving Cairo at 8; 30 a.
m. Returning, leave Mound City at 0.05
m. Parlies wishing to attend court at
Mound City should avail themselves of
this train, Roswkll Miller,
B, V. Bubnsiiie, Superintendent.
I tako this opportunity to inform the
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resumo my practice In tbo city
-r.-l- - . . i . . . .
Ol vairo on or auoui me is. oi Jjacemiwr
! The barber st.nn .. n it.
v mum -w-we mw- VI
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where .L.Ooorgo Stlenhouio with his gen
tlemonly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and hoad with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you are
sure of recoivine first-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. 8-lCtf
For Sale. Two desirable lots No. 7
and 8, block 70, city; corner of Tenth and
W.eJput strrvol. Will be sold with or
without the homo on lot 8. For particu
lars, etc., apply to
10-ll-2w Mavhuss A UtiL.
CARPENTER & BUILDER
( oit.i:n iii
retillt Mreel nn I WualilLtua Avfutie
r-TTAII kind of Inl.l.tiii.
Miort notice, ami In good l vie, Lravo or
tier at this sbopj
K. W. STRA U'J Z,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cur. "th -l. ami Commercial Ave.
KooU und Shoe made to order, and In
the latent ami inostjraslilonalile Ijle.
IHOIIIO I.KVstSt. 4'nr. llllNI,
The largest line nl rlolli mi. I i.Ict. Ij
of the finest quality, and greatest variety
ever brought to this market. These goods
Were boilL'lit at nrlcea I hut phhI.U m tn
ell them at ten tier cent, lower iUnna tlmn
any house lu Cairo.
GUARANTEE GOOD FITS
auil cntlrc satisfaction in every iv-pcct.
ii u uibu keep a urn anil complete stock or
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
JtfcAUl MAIlr, CI.OTIllNti,
HATS. CAPS, ROOTS, SHOES, Ac.
C ! Cm
LttMPool Nvw-Tark hd Phll.UIphi
uuia comiici wtta catTBD avaTM i aiTtaa
For Carr;iDE tbe Mails
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa iDit-u oaasTtoa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE. Aot
IS Broadway New-Tork, riu
BEMIS, BROWN & CO.,
Aointh Home Cotton Mili.b
NO. W) Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.-l-3-2m.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
'orwarding and CommiBsion
propared.lo fir.v tr I ill kluU nf freights
to all points.
u 1 1 ii atitr tta toprouti t.r.
GENERAL COMMISSION MKHCHANT
And dealer In
Lm, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc.
No Ohio Lavoa.
KTl will sell In car load lots at
turvra' prices, addlnir frelxht.
Kiohth St., Bt, Com. a Wiw,
WHITE 4 CO.,
Cl ... . . . . . . rs
o ia riiK AND i? ANCY if ROC
t 1 AND-
A till In fVillntt- Uv,Iha . ti w
Corner ofTwentieth street,
cm iiHinti oomuntijr on liana.
HIUOMAN & FROST,
(.Micccssors to It. Blxby,)
AND nrAMtM IN
rine-.h n... ... ts
u.i i ni a nuiiLLi ii all rv i
llttlwetn Eighth and Ninth .Sree
iiastiuac nu mil maps l in anrit has
liKDy ami added to It very material
ask iiiare ol public patronage.
goods, and will sell at a close margin.
m niii tkciTU uii ii anil nfiriiiniri.nl i
uuuuj ueiivcreu iu anv nirt nt t
iree ol enanre. 0.9
(Successor to H. Thlelscke.)
Dealer Its All Mia .la
Ylf tl fllll ft. PYWt St A -- .
TT -no 111 ii u X J2S AVJbriUlV,
llfiultlf tll1lrilvaaail 1. . . i
melfl ol. "; Amlecke. I shall always
t V , I . full w- . .. '
- - -. iiiu (.uiinsu uic L'liirrrv Pkr
Lrnni I n in m v iinta tr a-,. pAll.j i a v .
t.. . . : : "-mv aaa u us
- -. - -M muu sv uusiucin. aalltl
mo mace nas enjoyed in the past, but t
to the list many new patrons. Ask
fair share of public patronaire.
AVARD & ROBERTS,
Dealers in Window Shades,
. t Wall Paper, Pur White
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
WaslUngton avenue and Eleventh atrs
v..w - I I.I.I
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f.'.n .1 tl ' T . t
. w w u. u. . u. I J VIOIUUI
IM OHIO LIVIB
R. J. CUNDIFP,
No. 17 Kiuhtii St.,
COFFEV, HARRISON A CO.,
(Successors to 1), Uurd A Sen.)
aTf.OUB, OKA IN AHB KAT.
No 03 Ohio Levea, CAIltO, ILIJJ.
NEW YORK STOxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Cos-aer at laatMatat assssat aad saia
O. O. V ATI Kit
I: F. BLA.KE,
(Successor to II. T. (lerould,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer in
Can and Svt.An 1'irE Fittinqs.
UI.OHK ANB A!fUI.K VALVES,
l.KAD IMl'E ANDl'UMru.
, GLOBES, ETC.
Drive wells put down In any part ot
tbe city or surrounding couhtrv,
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
GREEN A GILBERT,
aaeial aatsaltea alvea t AitatMMf sa4
SttaasD I bastaeas.