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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Oksehvkh'b Omi'K, Oaiho. HIi., I
September 1.'-, 10:11 p.ui., 1B7U. )
linroiueter, 30.00 ilegrrta.
'I hctuioiueter, Ij'l ilex1 '-.
Wind south. Velocity 4 lullei per
Mailinnm temperature fur bat 'it hour',
Minimum temperature tor tin; laat'Jt buuri,
f 0 degree,
Prevailing wind rorlaat'JI hours, aot'.lh.
'1'oUI number of mllei traveled by wind
during lut'Jt huuri, tu.
Oijncrvcr Sk'nal .Service, U.S. A.
otui J. Ilitrumi. Cha. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
And I,nd Agei.t" of tbe I llnoli Central
and llurliligton mid Missouri Itallinad otu
panles. Narsli Cor. ttleila HI. and Ohio !.
Oder lor sale t low diirua and easy tenn
um iouowiug real cai-'iiD :
.u. 10 ot lu the "Itldirn II nek" run
ulng through Hie bluck irum riltret.tli ft
nixteeniu street, beat residence propert
in the city. Mn a mid 4 b 40, eltl, Wuah-
tuirton avenue, between Thliteeiith inl
Fourteenth at re etc, weal aide good two-
aiory uwemni; nouie on eacn lot. l,oia a
and 0, adjoining the last before nuined.
l.otM, b XJ, city, on Sixth atreet, mjiitti
aide, between Commercial and Washington
No 2 Lot 7 and 8. b .14. corner ot four.
tcentb and Poplar atreeta, front on Poplar
atreet, Went aide, opposite poat-offlce block
No3 Splendid tmalneca building, resi
dence In aecoml atory, 0 rooma, ball and
Iron! and rear stairway, wilcroiihoth tloor,
In number one condition: altuated on nurtli-
wont corner ol Commercial avenuv and
Twelfth atreet. A treat bargain If fold
So 4 Lot 4, b 'J., Coiumcrcial avenue,
between Fourth and Filth atreeta. Lot 21,
bill, on Washington atemic, between Filth
No & Six lot lu b '), ft ad. High
L'rouud. t ion each ou eav navmuntii.
Noll Lot 1 and t, lob A north corner ol
i euin ana Levee atreet. Ileal bualuea loca
tion In tbe city term eay. Lour.!l. ti and
1 In b 1, Jut ad., noulh corner ol '1'wcntletb
unu ropiar atreeu. Also Uireu lota in court
houae block, fronting on l'oplar atreet.
7 Lots 18 and.ly, b 7l nouth aide ot
rwenty-tlrat atreet, opponlte "Convent
Mock '' very ilealrable lor residence put
Nott Teuol the choicest Iota, In block
57, lat addition, above grade, beautltul resi
dence location, will bo Hold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to tbli
propcrtr a it will be aold very low.
"oW That elegant residence on Seventh
atreet, owned by Capt. Ilurd, Irontlntc 7S
feet on .Seventh atreet, and running back
W feet to Sixth. This properly U well
known to the citizen ot Cairo and vicinity a
one ol the moat complete and convenient
realdencea In the city. It ban all tbe con
venience! appertaining to a tirsi-cUaiihouie.
I he rroond! are hlKuly embellbhed wlib
arlect abrubbcry and fruit In abundance ;
w'o'K" uouae, iaoie anu ouiuuiiiiingnrl
'laaa. Uwlogtn tbe removal ol Capt. Ilurd
thU property will be told at a Kreitl bargain
oney terma. AIo twolotitou cornerTliIrd
atrret and illumalppl levee. Thu I.vee
I'Ulldini;, formerly occupied by Capt. Ilurd,
Inb3, ulilo levee, "Sprlulicld lllock," lor
No 10 An elepant realdence with four lot
in n Ui, city lor aale very clieap ll u
aoon II lull ground, and prcuiiaea In a So.
No 11 A So. 1 cottage on Fourth atrret,
between Waihlngton avenue and Walnut
atreet. AIo two lota niunlui; from Fourth
to Kllth atreet very dcairablc property.
No 12 New two-story dwel Uig In prime
order, on Locuxt street, hlgbeat ground lu
the city, two lot". I'rico ft 300.
No lit An elegant realdence with about
tbreoacreaof ground, covered with all kind
of aelict fruit and alirubbery, in .Santa Fe
for aale cheap. .
A FINE CHANCK FOR I.VVK8TMKNT.
We have lor nc or lcae vacant and Im
proved property In all portion of tbe
city. Alan over 2A,000 acrca of unimproved
lands In Alexanderand 1'ulaaki counties, at
txtremely low figures, and lu tract to null
purcbaaera. We are agent for tho llllnoli
Central railroad lands In thin and I'ulaski
counties. Kailrnad lands not sold prior to
November next will p.m Into other handr.
Now Is ti e time to purchase.
KHIORANTII TO THE WKST.
We are the aircnta of tho Ilurlinirton and
Missouri Railroad company, who oiler for
aale In Iowa and Nebraska millions of acres
I the beat land on the continent, on ten
year credit. C per cent. Interest, ilapi.
uamDhli'ts. circulars and all ueceaiary Infor
mation relative to those lands and how te
reach them fiirnlahcd upon application
Iuui ai once ami examine lor vonrmves. Av
ply te JOHN Q. HAIIMAN ft CO.,
cor. Mixta ana uovee its., Cairo, ins.
Jure 7. 1B73.
IIYLAND & SAUKU,
AND DIALERS I
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVKltY DESCKin iON,
lloruer loth atreet and Commercial avenu
next uoor to the Uylaud aaloou.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
ANU UtCAI.KIt IN
PF ESH MEAT,
ImtiTn Stuixt, Bitwixw Wabiiimotoa
AKD UOalMIBOXAL AVXNDIJ,
llnlaalsaar Bl'luhnnu nil n...i.
U.an lha ha.l a. II... D.l ...... . . i
rob, Sausige, ata and arc prepared lo serve
.... a In Ih tnn.l ... . ..I . .
. ...., .....u..,
(Succesaor to James Kynaston,)
llTOUEB AKD DXALIR IN ALL KlNDS OF
X)IINK NtNB TENTH AND POPLAR BT6.,
.s and slaughters onlr tha hnat i.tll
I and aboep, and it. prepared to fill any
isid for fresh meat from one pound to
AND DEALXE IN
li KINDS OF FHRSIl MEATS.
Ir eor. Tavaatllalh Mlrtvat nnd
va and ihuirhtm ouly tho bait Cattla.
Iiaud Sbeap. and li prepared to nil r-
t ror rrtin ioais iroui on to tan thou-
CAIRO LOCAL NKW.3.
FOR COUNTV CLKRK,
We are authorized to announco that
Jacou G. Lynch will be a candidate fu
r.iiiTou uullktin i'lesio announce
my iiatna at a candidate fur tlie olllco of
county clerk. .loll.v C. Uhowi.rt
Wo nre autborlr.uil In announco Joxpu
T. Davihon as a vatidldato for tho olllco
of county clurk, at tho ensuing N'oveuiler
vliiutloti, ml.Ject to tlio derlttion of tbo
voters of Alexander county.
FOR COUNTY TKKA.Sl'KKK.
Woruthorized to announce Jou.v 11
UoigWAH a candidate for th otlice of
KlilToK or TlIK IIUI.I.KTI.H You will
pleaio announco my name aa tho peoplo'i
candldato lor county treasurer, t tbo en
suing ovember election. Intendiiiu and
desiring to lerva tlio poople, 1 bopo to bo
elected by tbo poople.
-'"td William Martin.
co i; n tr y "a v i' k uTfTf k n n k n t
Wk aro autliorl.od to announce Sirs.
E. Drown, of Thebes precinct, as a candl-
date lor superintendent of schools,
1'i.kai"! announco rue as a candidate for
.Superintendent of 1'ubllc Instruction of
Mm. 1". A. Taylor.
M icaro authorized to announco 11 lit am
K. l'L'TNAU, of llazlewood, as a candi
date for county luperintandutit of public
COUNTY COMM ISSION KR.
We aro authorized to announce Javm
L. SAM)Kas()f Clear creek, ns a candldato
for county commlsoloner.
Wk are authorizsd to announco Ai.e.y-
Avuxn C. Hoimjh of Unity, as a can
didate for County Coinrnlislonor.
Havi.nu been solicited bv numerous
voters of Alexander county to become a
candldato for thu utQcu cf county com
mis. loner, I hereby announco that I will
bo a candidate for that oll3', at tho ensu
ing November election.
.SCYKHE II AKCI1II.DO.V.
A Wild cat was abot on Wednesday
ovunlng about ono mile from tho Ken-
lucky. shore opposite tho Stone depot.
I will sell rny entire stock of wall pa
per at cost after to-day. Two of tho best
paper hangers in tho city at the store.
Iryrne. No. 'J Sevnth street.
10-lu lf II. Aiilx.
C. A. IScck, diviiion auperitendent for
the southern portion of tho llllnoli Cet
tral railroad, was in tho city yesterday
viewing tho work dono on tho promUes of
tbo company In this city. Mr. flock has
his bead'juarlora In Centralia.
Unhkr the head of announcements in
this morning's Hl'LLeti.v will bo found
thn name of Judgo A. C. Hodges, as a
candldato for county commissioner. If
elected Judge liodges would no doubt
make a good and faithful olllcer.
The manyfrionasand admirers of .Miss
Knlle Gilbert, the actre;s, will be pained
to learn that sbx it -eriouily ill at N'aih
villo. tiho was taken ill with Inflama
tlon of tbo lungs in the middluof Hn net
and had to be taken oil' tho stage.
Mr. Wu. Em i.iks is anxious to inform
bis friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that h duet hia own fitting
in gaiters, One boots and shoes. In fact
all his work is dona in his own shop.
A iioini urv Is reported to have bean
committed on a young colored man nam
ed Frank Rose at about eight o'clock lint
night whilo passing along Commercial
avenue between Twulfth and Fourteenth
stroot',by two colored men. Whetbor ths
report is true or not wo do not know.
A New Knterpiiibe. Dr. 15. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks between Cairo
Hnd the terminus of the Ctlro, Arkansas
& I'exas rutlroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. tn., and
and 2Jo'clock, p. m., making closo con
nection with the trains on that road.
Order for passongors or baggage should
bo left at Field's stable, on 10:h street.
Mk. Jou.v Christ of l.allard county,
catno to Cairo yosterday with a lot of fine
hogs which ho desired to sell. Whon tbo
porkeri woro driven of tho forry boat
tbrso of them broko from tbo gang and
made a straight line for tho Ohio river
which they onterod, and ono of thorn, a
good slzod follow, almost reached the op-
posuo snore ueioro ho was overtaken and
brought buck, fbey were all tbroo ro.
Died Thursday, October ltitb, 1873.
3J o'clock p.m.. John 0.. ion of Tim.
tby and Hridget O'Callahan, aged 1
At ono o'olock to-day tho remain will
be taken to tho Gorman Catholic church,
where tbe funoral ceremony will take
place. A special train will loave the foot
of Fourteenth troet at 2:30 p.m. Friends
and acquaintance of tho family invited to
Notice to Fahsknoeiu'--On and after
Monday, Octobor 0th, an extra accommo-
dation train will be run betwoen Cairo
and Mound City, leaving Cairo at 8:30 a.
m. Keturnlng, leavo Mound Cltv at 9:or,
m. Farlle wishing to attend court at
Mound City should avail thomselves of
this train, Uoswkll Miller.
11. F. HunNiiDK, Superintendent.
Oh last Suxdat a couple of young
men well-known In tills community, bar
ing a slight mltunJentandtng to settle,
concluded to go outside the Mississippi
levee and settle it. They wont out, and
iter one or two ro md, as we are Inform
ed, one of them ratne to the conclusion
that thu all'nlr hail gone far'tinough, a.d
rciiicinberlng tbo. adngo, that ,"ho who
flgbti and runs vfaywill livo to light
nnotnor day," started but bis adversary
was not to no put on in that way and ran
after him, Tho result was that they both
ran until they wore out of wind nnd will
lug to call tho light ailraw.
Wx need not remark that the oyster Is
a good thing to havo In tbe house; every-
ooay knows that j but It may be necessary
to say that the best oysters In tbe city
may bo found at tbe oyster salon of
Ainandua Jatckel, He has fltted Up
roomi in inn siyie, ami lias made arrange
menU Jy which he will bo able to obtain
dally supplies of freah tytor, which he
Is prepared to dish up to customers' In any
... ....... ll ... r .-I... . . .
mi uiuii .inocKei anu try his
WicyeMorilay took ii look through the
I'lanter'a house, John Oocko', proprietor,
and must say we woro surprised and hi
tonished to witness tho amount of im.
provement ha ha put on tbe house within
tho past year. A; new addition contain
ing some twonty good ilr.ed roomi has
been built and finished in an elegant
manner. They aro carpeted and furnish
ed In handsome stylo throughout.. The
bed are excellent,; and each room con
tains every convonionco to make thorn
comfortable for thoso who occupy'them.
The dinning room is one of tho largest and
but arranged in the city, and is entirely
removed from .tho bar-room. In chort
the rianter' houso is now ono of tbe sub
stantial institutions of tho city, and its
proprietor deserves, nnd will no doubt
receive a liberal share of the patronage
of the traveling public.
li rout, a MKr.mo. . -
OOV.NCII, Ciiauikr. l ,
Cairo, 111., Oct. 14, 1873. J
Present His honor tha Mayor, and
Aldermen llliby, McOauley, Mevora,
Morris, Nellis, Itittcnhouso and Robinson
Mayor Wood presiding.
On motion ot Alderman McOauley the
reading of tho minutes was dispensed
Tho following bills were reported back
by the committee on claims, recommend-
ng payment of same, viz-
John Cbncy, 1 broom lor council
K A Cunningham, inr collecting
Teter Walder, hauling a drunken
mm to Jail
M (iltnn, hauling a drunken man to
John (iladney, removing garbage
in nuJiuuiuvr. .. .'. t
J II Obrly, imbllsblng septtmbtr
proceeding!, etc ;
in aeuieojucr. .
J II Oberly, sidewilk tax receipt
hook mr county collector
Wm Mollale, cltv marnbal, killing
and removing 41 dogs ouulae city
11 II Cunningham, rent of council
building for September
1) McCarthy, jaller.illetlng prisoner
in aeinvmucr, M ilaya
I) McCarthy, error of : data lu
Thol,cary, hauling and removln
4 ljlei.il ciiu oul.l.lu . llyjlinlt. ...
P. McCarthy, Jailer, dieting prison
era jirev loin to trial
Chas Thrupp, making a-emment
map No. 4 lor sidewalk com'rs....
Thos Winter, 4 dayn services
com'r in making asfnmcnt Inr
sidewalk purpose under oril. 61.
J (J Harm-.ii, 4 day sen Ices aa com'r
lu miking acimcnt foraldowaik
puriiotc under ord. M
John II OoMtnan. 4 days ervlc'e ai
com'r In making ai.eiiamcnt lor
aide walk purpose UO.anU apiount
paid for tiostavo atamna. O.'i e4,ni.
1) J Oalligan. .'1 iluvs aertlrea aa
com'r In eatlmatlng coat of Im-
lnuTing i.evce sneet
lohn II Oossman,.'! dns service aa
com'r In cstimatfnp; cost ol Im
proving l,e street
lohn 1 llely, 8 daa service!. a
com'r In etlmat!ng cost of Im
proving I.ovee street
lohn 1' llely, 1 day' aenlcei visit
ing gravel pit
Wm Jlrackle, :, days' WOrk on
I'nter Conlan, aS d'ays: work onVldV-
U K l'owera, haullnc 21 loailV'hiiii'.
ocr ai .-wcu, anuij days hauling
D McCarthy, 13, days' work In
charge ol chain cans
Uonry Wisdom, 'Jo dm' work on
Thos Fltrgcrald.'ai liajv'work on
nmc mm ..
Cairo City Caa. Co , gin coiiVmiiVd
in council uuiiuiiig 3 montlit to
Cairo City Ua Co., gas consumed at
Jail 3 months to September 1.. l
t Incent, lime and drayago.... a
JVnllAKnt. 4!l toot oak..7 o
.i ii iieeu, 4 inn moveH
' 'teed, pump for city Jail and
ino. II. Oborly, publishing August
I'ruccbiimgs, .va t. ...... 22 W
on motion of Alderman Meyers, said
bills woro allowed, by tho following vote:
Ayos lllxby, KcGauley, Meyers, Morris,
Nellis, Rlttoihouio and Robinson 7.
Tho claims commlltoo also reported back
me lonowing bills recommondlng pay
mer.t of same as bolow sot forth, viz:
vairo city uti Co., gas consumed
in siren laaipa In August, .
lu full of bill for Mil 60,..., a...)3
CVr,inC.Uy Um. Co" " consunii'd
lnMjHtreet lamp! in Scptembtr
v... iiiuimii ui muerman atoms, aald
miia were anowou as rocomrnendod, by
tho following vote: Aye Uixby, Mc
Gauluy, Moyor, Morri, Nollls, Kitten
houso and Itobinsen 7, Nay 0
ITnHnr n.l 1... .1. M
-.. ...... Vj Tinuo oi tea-
tlon i of ordinnnco No. lil, of tho
revlsod ordinances, tbe mayor nominated
Charles Lamo for tho olllae of street u-
lu,l,ln nnlll ...... ..
t ' '"u ov tax lor tne cur.
rent lineal yoar. Mr. Lame wa elected to
said olllco by the lollowing vote ; Ye
Uixby, McUauloy, Moyeri, Morris, Nellis
Klttnnhouo and Koblnion 7. Nay o!
HT IlKKT COMMITTEE BEI-OUT.
The itroet committee to whom, on tbo
9th ult., wa rororred a resolution In rela
tion to tho dralnago of the lough botwocn
Thirty-sixth and Forty-secoud. treoti nn
Commercial avonue, reported that thoy
bad employed John I'. H.jy, cjvl ons,, .
eor, to ox?mlno nnd make an estimate
ol tho cost of the necessary dralna o of
said lough, which estimate show the en
tire cost of thu work would be f 020. The
commltteo recommondol that the work
be done as soon a practicable an)
that the ordinance committee bo In
structed to report an ordinance to to it ef.
ItUl. On mct'on ot Aldorman MaM
THB OA1KQ DAILY riUlKTliN,
mmilal'on df tli e cninmltlen rnnniirr..! I.
ii-.t.t. .. . t , ..
cui;oii oi ii.o iiormnn J.uUiorsn
church and Tbornat Hoaly was prcaonttd
and read, praying tho council to order the
construction of a sidewalk on Thirteenth
slroot between 'Washington avonue and
Walnut stroot and agreeing to pay their
assoiirnent in advance, if required.
On motion of Aldorman Nellis the potl
tlon was referred to tho strcot commltteo
with authority to arrango with tho pel!
tlotitri for tho construction of laid side
Stale and city bonds of llotto A' mono
for liquor llconso were prrsonlod. On
motion of Alderman Morris tho city bond
wa referred back for further socurily
On motion of Alderman Meyers the slate
bond was approved.
OFFICIAL HON l.
Thoolllelal bond of W. W. Wonttun ns
pollcM I'onitablo wis presented and, ori
motion ol Alderman Nellis, approved.
On miitim of
AI Icriimn Mor. 1 , ad'
l'llICK Ct'RHKNT OFFICK, 1
Thurday Kvonltig, Oct. 10, 1873. f
Matters aro slowly working around all
right with the banks, bankers and curren
cy. Tho banks of Cincinnati have fully
resumed currency payment and lira ex.
poriencing no difficulty In meeting nil de
mands. Reports from Now York in re
gard to tho banks show that the situation
s Improving. They aro confining them-
solves ton legitimate business, and mr.
rency Is flowing into tho city from tho
country in large quantities. We, In this
soction, are feeling gradually thoellcct of
this, although thu wavo of improvement
will not reach us for sorno time to come
as tho grealcU effect in tbo right direction
for our market must come from tbo South.
We depend almost entirely oi New Or
loans for a market for all shipments, and
until money Is easier thoro oir expect
tmns must be small, as currency Is still
soiling at 6(3,0 per cent, premium, whilo
fr cx:bango 4o per cent. Is charged.
FI.OUH Hoavy and dull, l'riecj are
unchanged but tho demand is very llmi-
...1 ..-! f . . . ..
9u. aiocKs aro mil, transaction! aro
limited to lOObb! good XXX f 7: 100
good XX 10 25; 150 choico XXX $8 25;
100 bbls supor $1 76; 100 bbls on order
S3; 1 bbls In lots fi ftOgSand 1 car
load on orders iofn'.K
HAY Very dull for all kinds except
strictly choico. Wo would urge correspon-
dants to keep low grade huy out of this
market. It is not wanted at any price
and cannot bo worked off except in very
small quantities. Strictly choico hay find
a ready market at all time at fair prices.
Sales wore 4 cars primo delivered $1C ;
3 car strictly choico brought Jl8dellv-
ored; 1 car primo sold at $Ki and 1 car
common f u oo ueltvcrod.
CORN All kinds are plenty and tbo
demand is small. There is no shlnninr?
demand. A fw cars of wbito flncTsalo
for milling purposes. Wo note tale of 4
cars white in bulk at 48c; 4 cars mixed
lacked and delivered 53G4c, and 4 cars
yellow sacked and del 55c.
OAR) Thoro Is no shipping demand.
Stocks are a;cummulaling. Our reports
cmbraco J cars white sacked and del 43e;
10 cars mixed sacked and del 4"o: 1 car
black 4ue,sacked and del,. ami 1 car mired
in sacks, on track 40c.
cuk:s .iik,Ij Receipts havo teen
moro liberal and tho marknt is ensiur to
day. Salos wore 300 bbls "St. Charles'
on private terms; 300 bbls steam dried,
f2 75; 100 bbls kiln dried, $2 72, and 200
bbls steam driod, 70.
""u a renuy market
t $2 Cnfit 00.
vim.,ur,o-v''oieu ai ?iu por udi.
ONIONS Plenty and none wanted.
POTATOES Fair demand and small
mppiy. liuotoa by tbe barrel at a 60
3 00. onote a sale aft car l'e.rh.
blows in hulk, dellyored, at $1 per bushel
HAMS We note sales of 1C00 lbs
augur curod at 15c. .
LARD In small packagos Is quoted at
OAHUAGLS We nolo sales of 1!000
beads at 7'Jc.
KKAN Thoro it sorno demand for till,
Ingordors, but tho present prospect is that
tho supply will fall off and tho mill aro
holding back la anticipation ol an ad
HUTTKR Recolpts are larce; stocks of
an kind aro Increasing and thomarkot is
oisy. halo woro 2,000 lbs. choice 2530c;
iu pKgs choice 25; a pkgs common 1C; 10
pkgs common l!O01L'c
and 10 likes str rl v
- " 1
EGOS Unchanged. Tho markot Is
easy. Hales 1,000 dozan 18(oV20a: 600
iloasn lie; 10 ukes IrVAIOi:.
CHICKENS The mnrkot Is ..lntt..,l
... w w I
nodomanil. Wo note sales of 'Jo conns
young and old mixed $2 50; 0 coon do
- So'.! 80 and 1 oosp choico $2 76.
CIIKiCSK Good demand; Knu v...i
r. . ,w" '
mvtorjr, v lu, JUJ(U)1IC.
oiuura run demam a rui.
choico av oucQi)i y gai and Kiw Orlcam
PLASTERING HAIK-360 por bushol.
.Hm.1.? IoU ' 25 ,0 $l 60 V bbl.
CEMSNT At wboliiaaln vl r.ll
COAL OIL 'il!o
HUHLAPS 2 IlllabeU mm 01 ,..
I51u; do lo. lu'u: I bmhnU nil. .in.
6 bushols 21c.
II EES WAX lb 30,.
SOAP Shaoffor'a Gorman mottled 71o:
Champaign onp, 71c.
'PA I I ik tar mi .f .
COFFEK-Hcarco and firm. .lava anil.
ng Mt o6(aUlUc: Lmruavria n.mn . uu
, . SB a " w MV"V AtlV
primo to choico 2030c,
ouuau coileo A, 12J 3o.
FEATHJCR3 S. (i. per lb 05c.
TEAS Imperial. 75cra$l -jr. in.
powder, 75c '25 1 Oolong black 75c
II; Young flyson, ll 40. v
..H. Du'W common bouse soH
,Ao ,r t0. 69 000,00 Mi ef CfaolCt
38 76; steamboat $4 606 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, comoresied K
Njw York. 85c: to Uortnn l II.
compreiiod, to New York $1 14; to Bos.
BATS To Kew Orleans and Vlcks-
buret Potatoes.'' annlna. i an.
r""M ;"'""i JU wt nay 7 per
FMIJaY, OCTOBER 17, 1873
Sin. Eli i toe Inasmuch s one of our
city clergyman proposo to deliver a series
of sermons upon sorno of the subjects upon
hich l'rof, Don ton I to lecture, wo
cordially In rite the laid clergyman to
Jojn lisue with l'rof. Denton, upon any
evening or evenings that a mutual com
mltteo may tolect, either ilurinir tho course
or iirimbdlatoly after, as l'rof. Denton will
remain four or five day after the cloio of
the lecture, Ifdetlrod for discussion.
liiiiKRAt. Lecture Committe.
worth nf boot and shoes to he disposed of
wiuiti ihe noll lilly jtJ st panic pricer.
Klllott A: Haytlmrno havo them, and they
are the best lot of goods of tho kind over
oll'ored In this mntkot. Oo and rou them,
w Aim: d" toITen t.
Two furnished bed-rooms with titlliig
rnoiii and uso of kitchen. Address
Mot 84.., 1'ost Olllce.
We aro rrcnlvlng on consignment, n
largo lot of prime Iowa onions, which
wu offer to llie'trado cheap, ellhur by tho
bushel or barrel.
10-9-lOt Hallidat Bos.
I tako this opportunity to inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
tnat l will resume my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about tho 1st of December.
O-Iio.tf. l ,, William, Dentist.
l'irst lecturoison Friday evening, tho
th Inst. Lecturo to commence at 8
o'clock. "Primitive race of Mankind;"
illustrated by paintings and portrait.
Ticket can bo had at Hhunon's, Rock
woll's, Schuch' and Hartman's. 10-14 It
Cairo, llllnola. Octrbcr 8, 187:1.
The llrm of llavla fi. I.tntnn li:n llil. ilnr
Ulakotved by mutual consent. K. K. UavU
continuing tuo tm-luctti.
iuvm .t i.ixton.
I cheerfully recommend my late partner
1. 1 . Davis to the old patron of the linn.
The Cairo Casino will givo a social ball
in Washington ball on Monday evening.
Novcmbor 3, to which all their friends aro
invited. Tickots $1, at the door,
J. KtEHLER, )
1' Heim. (Co
O. Weieu. j
Two llattorlcs of two Rollers, each IM
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 14 Inch Flues
with llro fronts. Mud and Steam drumi
Safoty and Mud valves, Chimney and
Dritchin, all complete a. d in flrst-clasi
order'; been usod only thn e months. For
price, etc., Inquire ol J. T. Ke.nnik,
9-23-tr. Vulcan Iron Works
Hy th Cairo Turncomelndo for the
I benefit of the Meruphls autlerers, Tueidny
ovoning, October 'Jl, at Phlll ' hall. Ail.
mi'slon 50 cents,
W. F. K L'CIl ENHKCK Kit,
Committee of Arrnnyomentj,
l'urties desiring the position of Secre
tary of the Chamber of Commorco aro
roquested to write, stating terms, to II. L.
uaiimay, president. All loiter must bo
In tho hand of tho board of director
previous to 10 a.m. Saturday, Octobor 18.
Hy ordor of tho board.
K. A. Huhnett, Secretary pro-tctn.
clergyman, whilo residing in South
Amorlca ns a missionary, dlscoverei a
salo and ilmplo remedy for tho euro of
nervous woaknoss, early decav. disoaio of
tho urinary and seminal organs, and tbo
whole train of disorder, brought on br
it r.., . .. . w
uaumui anu vicious habits. Ureal num.
bcr have boen curod by this noblo remedy
Prompted by a desiro to benefit the af
'ctu ana unfortunate, 1 will send the
roceirt tor prenarlmr and mini. ill,
lcine in a sealed envolopo to anyone who
noeus ,Jree. tf charge. Address
Johki-u T. I.NMAX,
Station 1), Iliblo House, New York.
August 'Jtf, 1 yr
"KV. II. li. Tuaykh is now preparing
ormons uPn lollowing subjects:
1st. "Who Was Jesus," historically 7
2d. "Woman' Position In the Iliblo."
3d. "Tho Protihocies of thn Hibbi"
lib. ' Prayer and Modern Science.'
oth. wiuit Is True Kevolatlon 7 "
um. ".xoair Ark In tho liirttt ot His
rpi. ll... -f .i ,,
juu mil ui meao uncourses will bo di-
llvoroJ V.) Sabbath ovoning, Octobor
A" uori will follow on tho sue
coeuing Sabbath ovenlnL'S. Mr. Thavor
111 . ' a"
w,u '" pretmro and dullver a sermon on
1,10 fucU wi"' efroncetotlie "antiquity
of rll0, '"bject will ba troutod
fBiry candidly and thoroughly, in tho
lull light of modern conco and discus.
ion, thu object bolng to correctly Bsccr
tain " what is truth."
From Mr. Tliayor's woll-know nnd rnc
ognizod ability It cannot bo doubted that
ho will bandlo tho subjects abovo referrod
to in a scientific nnd logical mannor
AT TlIK ATHKNHl'M.
OCT. 17, 18, l-J, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 23, 27
Aumissions (lent and lady to one loo-
turo, 50 conts ; gonl and lady to the full
course, 14. Reserved seats for full ,n-,
fl extra, or 25 conts a night,
Antiquity of man llliutrated by paint
Woman's position In the Bible. "
Wnet waa Jesus? Did he rlso from tbe
Races of mankind and tbelr dsttiny IN
Minerals and Metals,
Prophecies of tbe Hlbl.
Prayer In the light of Modern Science,
Noah's Ark scientifically considered.
(Iai nnd .Stenmllttlng on abort notice.
uross- mocK. !M8lf,
Oo to II, V. Illake't lor everything In
the Steam and (Jashitlng line. li.'.'H'.r.
OitA!j)KLiER, llrackot. I'ondants.
Globes, etc. for sale at prloc that cannot
be beat, by II. F. JJIako, Uros' Hlock,
Kor oa5 and teain lilting go to Ron
nie Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth trcct. n-10-tf
Wanted.-. A lino Coat Maker can got
constniit work and good prices by apply
ing at No. 2 Uroadwy, l'aducah, Ky.
lw-tf Merchant Tailor.
For Sale Cheap. Ono span good,
young mules, alto a doublo wngon. Will
sell them together or separately. Knquiro
l' HllKK, I.OHMIH A Co.,
'I- No. 01 Ohio Loveo.
Dr. W. R. Smith bus removed bit of.
lice to tho aocond story of Louis Horborl'
new brick building on Klghtb itreet, bo
twven Washington and Commercial ave
nues, wboro ho ha moro comfortablo and
commodious quarter. 8-10-tf
V. Filzgorald at hi rooms, corner
Fourteenth troot and Commercial are
nuo, offer for alo Guinness' I'orter &
Uass' ale and pure Hennessy brandy,
and tho genuino Asgosturo bitter, all
first-class cholora cures. Try them
l. Jo.VK, fashionable boot and hoe-
maker. Cork oles, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest Improvement in thu line of his
business. Only tho best ana most com
patent workmen employod, and all work
warranted to bo flrtclass In every rcsnocl.
Shop on Commercial avonue, near corner
of Tenth streol. 10-7-lf
JuaT rocelved at Khler'i. Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
l'oplar streot, tho finest French calf, pat
ent leather anil Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A perfect fit aad satisfaction as
sured. Any portions in need of boot and
shoes should call on Khler'i, examino hit
stock of leathors and leavo their order.
Central Houje-Oii Sixth street be
tween Commercial and Washington
This houso has recently undcrgono thor
ough repairs, and ii now in first-class con
dition for tho accommodation of tho trav
eling public. Iloardors accommodated on
rcaonnblo terms. A share of patronage
I solicited. Mna, T. N. Gai f.vev.
For Sale. Two desirable lots No. 7 I
and h, block 70, city; cornor of Tenth and
alnut stroels. Will be sold with or
without tho houso on lot 8. For particu
lars, etc., apply to
10-11-2W MatiiUh 4 Um..
Tbo harbor shop n on tbo cornor of
Kightli stroot and Commercial avonuo
whoro.I.Joorgo Stionhouse with hlcen-
ll ! . . . .
..ui.ivnijr a.;aiaianis ran do lound at any
Hour of tbo day or night, ready to soothe
your Toolings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tornpor and head with a good sham
poo. Jt is a llMt-elass hop, and you aro
suro oi recoivine I rst.e nas trn.in,.ni
Ladios' and children' hair cut or curled
nftcr tho most approved styles. 8-16-tf
nr. iiavarty, homooopathist nhvsl.
Clan, latoof Shawnootown, has located In
I ar '
this city and Intends makinc it his bomn
AUOUOCtOr COlnOS to Cairo Wull r.mnm-
mondod, and icfor to the officer of tho
First National bnnk of Shawnootown, to
wuom no is won known, l.avlnc nractlffed
ins proiession amonir them for vears. Itn
solicits a fair iharo of tho patronage of
otircitlitons. OfticollO Commercial ave-
nuo. 1 20.lf
ADMITTED IlEXT.-Dr. Prico'i Croam
foranumborof year we Imyo no beiltn.
tlon in adding our testimony as to its mer.
ill. Thoro I nothing deleterious in It
composition, an important consideration
in view of tho numorotis preparations nut
ijianu paimou on, without considerations
as to thoir effect upon tho health of tbe
consumers. Dr. Pr co' Snee.ial VUvnr.
ing, extracted from thu fruit, aro roallv
ino mos; uciirnlilo IHvurs we uvor used,
oct-l l d&w-lw
N ENV ADYiRTISEMEINTTS
oiiio i.i.v i;
llotween Fourth mid Sixth S!rcct.
JOHN (JOCKBL, - I'ltoi-itiKTdii.
Ibis bollro bavliiL- reemille iiiiilrf.ni..
thnioiigh ri'iialrs,undaililitiiiiriif more than
iwemy goou ioilaiii well liinillieii rooma
bavliiK been udded to It. u imw iireiinrnil
to aceommodate comfortably at lenit ono
ii nureu guoais. The table In alwaya aim-
Hied Willi the heat tho nurkiif. nilnr.i
xencd up in the must unproved atvio.
lormi reasonable. A alium nl tniirnmu...
...ii,. n... i
Wlll.lll.,1, 11-IU II
of valuable lerry privcllgu with good ferry
boat, at Padueali, Kentucky.
u naiiuunr, Hurciillicr J.i, ai iiiu Hour ol
: m.. at the ferry lundliiL'tn Piulm. ih i.-....-
tueky, we will sell thu lerry privilege (Imv
ng about 17 ycarM to run) belonging to the
lute . uaren. Tho IlllnoU and Southeast
ern railroad crosslm?. ut ill
this valuable propel ty. The limit Is nearly
ne w, ami baa Just niulergoiio thorough re
P'ilr. ItiiiH ton miles an hour iigulimt the
Ohio curronl, nml lurgc enniigli to do all the
bUNlncm. On amo day will aell othornron.
rty too iiiimorou to mention. Terms, a,
and II lliouthi. with irood aeeurllv' ulih In.
itOllKKT AMI IlKNKV OAIIR.V,
. Adm'rol V. OarcuN eatale.
Paiiucaii, Ky October IS, 187a. 10-1B Id
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
UMBER OF ALL KINDS
H.1HU axis orr.
Keep constantly on band
KbOOIUNU AND SlDINO, ALSO LATH.
ILt. AND TAItll COBNKR TIllRTT-roUKVH
BT H I KT AND OMlQ LBTB .
iiy virtue of an execution to me directed
by the clerk of the circuit court of Alexan.
der coun ty, In the Hate of llllnol. In faTor
of the Hrt National bank ol 3airo, and
nKl,,1,t.A,freJA' Arrlck, I have levied upon
I of the right, title and Interest ol tald
iJ?e'.! A.' Arr'!lf ' nl to the following
described properly, altuated In the city of
rifiVT0! C0.un,Jr, ot Alexander and itate or
illlnnN, to-wlt: Commencing thlrty-Ove
(M) fiet north of the Intenectlon ol the
Jlfl,rtih of T.'fty-iecond treet. If ex.
tended In the Flrt addition to said city,
with the east line of levee itreet In said ad
illtlon, thonce south on said east line ot
Levee atreet three hundred (800) feet:
thence east at rght angle to said Uree
stroetnlnety (HO) feet ; thence north parallel
to tald Levee trent three hundred (300) feet;
and thenco wost to place of beginning nine
ty (00) feet, together with all the buildings
and Improvement! thereon situated, aa also
the right or said Arrick to the use of the
ground between the above described land
and the Ohio river, forthe purpose or transit
and trnportatlon to and from aald river,
and all other right said Arrick may have
upon said l.it mentioned ground, which I
f ball offer at public tale at the tomhweiter
ly door ol tho court-house, In laid city oi
inl.ro,.'.on,ne , vlu day of November. A.
I). IHi.t. between lbs hour nf nlnai nVtnek.
a.m., anil sunset ol laid day, forcaah, to tat
lily laid execution. Ai.kx. H. Irvin.
HiierifT ol Alexander Cotiuty. llllnoli.
CAIIto, llli., October 17, 187.1. 10-17dtd.
T. N. KIMimOUGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Ttisih fttrttel mil Waabliaiaai Ayeaaie
tJTAII kind of Jobbing work done on
abort notice, ami In good style, Leave or
dera at tha shop.
F. W. STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. Sth St. and Commercial Ave.
lloota and Shoe made to order, and
the latent ami moatfaahlonable atyle.
Liverpool New.Totk ahij rhlladelptus
caoia coiraaor witi eatriD statu tia laitua
for OarrjtD; th Mails
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvavaia oiiitioi
1PPLY TO JOHN O. DALK, Aot
IHroiIary 1ir.fort, art
H. Ho capt.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Buoeisaor to Joha B. PhlllU.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, etc.,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
Cob. Tbnth Stmit ad Ohio Livkk
J. O. MATI1EWSON,
And Agent for
U ACi.KD AND DOroKT PoWDIB Co.,
7.o.arn. AUGUSTA, OA.
WHITE & CO.,
(Succeisors to L. Jorgensen,)
BOOTS, SnOKS, 4c.
And In Country Produce of all kinds.
Comer of Twentieth atreet,
EjT"A sutinlv of I'linleft imitur rr...,. ....i.
crii dalrli a conattt-tly on bund.
D. AYBR8. K.J. aim
AY KRS & CO.,
GKNEKAl, COMMISSION MKHOHANTS
No. 78 Ouio Lbvbb, Caibo, Illh.
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dkalbhs in Winixiw Suaubs,
Wall Pai-bb, Pubb Whitb
Lbao, Linsbkd Oil
Sl'IllITM TliBf BNTIMB, GLUB
Shbllac, ALConoL, Etc., Etc.
Waiblngton avenue ami Eleventh street,
OAlrtn. . . . Ills m or
NEW YORK STOitlfi,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHQBST VA BIBTT STOCK IM TIB OITY
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOSB.
roravr f RtMaiMaith atrt uI sjaiaa
O. o. PATIam
CITY NATIONAL HANK ItUIIDlKO.
ETSpi-clal attention paid to orders troai
steamboats, night or 4ay.
U. W. DUNNING, M. P.